Study archaeology at UNE
Archaeology is the study of human behaviour through the recovery and analysis of artefactual and environmental traces. Drawing on both the humanities and the sciences this discipline aims to extract the maximum amount of information from the incomplete remains of the human past.
Whether you have a passing interest in archaeology or you're determined to become a practicing archaeologist, our undergraduate courses are well suited to the needs of students studying on or off campus. Our motivating online courses are designed to be flexible to encourage "wrap around study" in relation to the demands of home and work.
If you're considering postgraduate studies, Archaeology at UNE has a long and successful history of research at honours and PhD level. As active researchers and experienced graduate supervisors we are committed to ensuring graduate success through all stages of the process from initiating well-resourced and viable research projects to final write up and beyond!
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Eleven Humanities PhD students graduate
Published date: 20/04/2017
The School of Humanities had ELEVEN PhD students graduate on 8 April 2017 – see photo in link below of eight of our students with some of their supervisors. (Bishnu...
Peace Studies presents the Nonviolence Film Festival 2017, 1-5 May in Oorala Lecture Theatre, UNE
Published date: 05/04/2017
All films are FREE and begin at 1 pm. This is a School of Humanities initiative. With a focus on youth, this year’s festival is an opportunity to meet like-minded...
Diary of an Archaeologist 15 March 2017 – Richard Tuffin and David Roe
Published date: 15/03/2017
Diary of an Archaeologist But did they wash behind their ears?: preliminary findings from the 2016 Penitentiary Ablutions arch Date: Wed 15th Mar 2017 4:00pm-5:30pm Location: Large Lecture Theatre EM1,...