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The 1997 AWSANZ Conference Program and Papers



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MONDAY 14 JULY 1997

Martin Building Lecture Theatre, La Trobe University


SESSION ONE: REGIONAL OVERVIEWS OF WHALING RESEARCH

Chair: Susan Lawrence
 

Recent Research on Whaling Archaeology in Tasmania
Mike Nash, Parks and Wildlife Service Tasmanian

Overview of Historic Whaling Research Carried Out in New South Wales and Norfolk Island
Denis Gojak, National Parks and Wildlife Service New South Wales

Whaling Sites in Victoria
Leah McKenzie, Heritage Victoria

Whaling Sites and Shipwrecks on the West Coast of South Australia
Terry Arnott, South Australian Heritage Branch

Shore Whaling in New Zealand
Nigel Prickett, Auckland Museum


SESSION TWO: CASE STUDIES

Chair: Leah McKenzie
 

Colonial Boats and Foreign Ships: The History and Archaeology of Nineteenth Century Whaling in Western Australia
Martin Gibbs, School of Anthropology & Archaeology, James Cook University

Three Whaling Stations in the West of South Australia: Fowler's Bay, Sleaford Bay and Streaky Bay
Mark Staniforth, Archaeology, School of Cultural Studies, Flinders University

Whaling at Wilson's Promontory, Victoria in the 1840s
Jane Lennon, Jane Lennon and Associates, Heritage Consultants
 


TUESDAY 15 JULY 1997


Martin Building Lecture Theatre, La Trobe University
 
 

SESSION THREE: THEMATIC STUDIES

Chair: Mark Staniforth
 

'If the Government Think Proper to Support It': Issues of Relevance to Australian Whaling in the Demise of the British Southern Whale Fishery
Dale Chatwin, Australian National University

Interpreting the Shipping Data for Australian Whaling
Michael Pearson, Heritage Management Consultants

Whales and Whaling at the Australian National Maritime Museum
Patricia Miles, Australian National Maritime Museum

Seascape and Landscape Archaeology in Bass Strait
Iain Stuart, School of Archaeology, University of Sydney

'When Whaling Was a War': The Tasmanian Bay Whaling Station as a Centre of Cultural and Environmental Conflict
Parry Kostoglou, Forestry Tasmania

An Integrated Approach to the Archaeology of Whaling
Susan Lawrence, School of Archaeological and Historical Studies, La Trobe University

Discussant Remarks
Tim Murray, School of Archaeological and Historical Studies, La Trobe University
 



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