Dr Mark Moore
Phone: 2 6773 5075
BA (Indiana University), MA (Ball State University), PhD (UNE)
Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow
- ARPA 343/543 Archaeological Field Methods (assisted)
- ARPA 351/551 Rock Art a World Perspective
- ARPA 384/584 Archaeology of Stone Artefacts
- ARPA 302/502 Aboriginal Archaeology
- ARPA 401h & 402h Archaeology Honours
- Stone tool Manufacture and technological 'design space'
- Reduction sequence analysis
- Stone tools and human evolution
- Southeast Asian and Australian stone flaking technology
2010 Moore, Mark W. Lithic Design Space and Technological Change. In Stone Tools and the Evolution of Human Cognition, edited by A. Nowell and I. Davidson. Boulder, CO: Colorado University Press.
2010 A. Brumm, M. W. Moore, G. D. van den Bergh, I. Kurniawan, M. J. Morwood, F. Aziz. Stone technology at the Middle Pleistocene site of Mata Menge, FLores, Indonesia. Journal of Archaeological Science 37, January 2010, p. 451-473.
2009 K. E. Westaway, M. J. Morwood, T. Sutikna, M. W. Moore, A. D. Rokus, G. D. van den Bergh, R. G. Roberts, and E. W. Saptomo. Homo floresiensis and the late Pleistocene environments of eastern Indoesia: definin the nature of the relationship. Quaternary Science Reviews 28(25-26), December 2009, p. 2897-2912.
2009 Moore, M. W., T. Sutikana, M.J. Moorwood and A. Brumm. Continuities in stone flaking technology at Liang Bua, Flores, Indonesia, Journal of Human Evolution 57(5), November 2009, p. 503-526.
2009 Brumm, A., I. Kurniawan, M. W. Moore Suyono, R. Setiawan, Jatmiko, M. J. Morwood, and F. Aziz. Early Pleistocene Stone Technology at Mata Menge, Central Flores, Indonesia. In Pleistocene Geology, Palaeontology and Archaeology of the Soa Basin, Central Flores, Indonesia edited by F. Aziz, M. J. Morwood, and G. D. van den Bergh. Special Publication No. 36. Centre for Geological Survey, Bandung.
2009 Moore, Mark W., and Adam Brumm. Homo floresiensis and the African Oldowan. In Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Oldowan, edited by Erella Hovers and David R. Braun. Springer, New York.
2008 Morwood, M. J., Sutikna, T., Saptomo, E. W., Westaway, K. E., Jatmiko, Due Awe, R., Moore, M. W, Dwi Yani Yuniawati, Hadi, P., Zhao, J-x., Turney, C. S. M., Fifield, K., Allen, H., Soejono, R. P. Climate, People and Faunal Succession on Java, Indonesia: Evidence from Song Gupuh. Journal of Archaeological Science.
2007 Moore, Mark W. Lithic Design Space Modelling and Cognition in Homo floresiensis. In Mental States: Nature, Function and Evolution, edited by Andrea Shalley and Drew Khlentzos, pp. 11-33. John Benjamins, Amsterdam.
2007 Moore, Mark W. Stone artefacts recovered from the Pleistocene deposits of Liang Bua Cave, Flores, Indonesia, in association with Homo floresiensis remains. Antiquity 81:10.
2007 Moore, Mark W., and Adam Brumm. Stone artefacts and hominins in island Southeast Asia: New insights from Flores, Eastern Indonesia. Journal of Human Evolution 52:85-102.
2006 Brumm, Adam, Fachroel Aziz, Gert D. van den Bergh, Michael J. Morwood, Mark W. Moore, Iwan Kurniawan, Douglas R. Hobbs, and Richard Fullagar. Early Stone Technology on Flores and its Implications for Homo floresiensis. Nature 441:624-628.
2005 Moore, Mark W. Review of A Record in Stone: The Study of Australia's Flaked Stone Artefacts, by Simon Holdaway and Nicola Stern. Lithic Technology 30(1):70-75.
2005 Brumm, Adam, and Mark W. Moore. Symbolic Revolutions and the Australian Archaeological Record. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 15(2):157-175.
2004 Morwood, M. J., R. P. Soejono, R. G. Roberts, T. Sutikna, C. S. M. Turney, K. E. Westaway, W. J. Rink, J.-x. Zhao, G. D. van den Bergh, Rokus Awe Due, D. R. Hobbs, M. W. Moore, M. I. Bird, and L. K. Fifield. Archaeology and Age of a New Hominin from Flores in Eastern Indonesia. Nature 431:1087-1091.
2004 Moore, Mark W. The Tula Adze: Manufacture and Purpose. Antiquity 78(299):61-73.
2003 Moore, Mark W. Flexibility of Stone Tool Manufacturing Methods on the Georgina River, Camooweal, Queensland. Archaeology in Oceania 38:23-36.
2003 Moore, Mark W. Australian Aboriginal Blade Production Methods on the Georgina River, Camooweal, Queensland. Lithic Technology 28:35-63.
2003 Moore, Mark W. Australian Aboriginal Biface Reduction Techniques on the Georgina River, Camooweal, Queensland. Australian Archaeology 56:22-34.
2001 Moore, Mark W. Appendix B: The Late Woodland Habitation of Cedar Creek and the Adams and Kramer Circular Enclosures. In An Archaeological Evaluation of Late Prehistoric Village and Subsistence Patterns in North-Central and Northeastern Indiana, by Andrew A. White, Dorothea McCullough, and Robert G. McCullough, pp. 154-169. IPFW Archaeological Survey, Reports of Investigations 216.
2001 Moore, Mark W. Aboriginal Stone Tools: Camooweal, Queensland. In 1901: Australian Life at Federation: An Illustrated Chronicle, edited by Aedeen Cremin, pp. 15-17. University of New South Wales Press.
2000 Moore, Mark W. Lithic Technology in Tasmania. Archaeology in Oceania 35(2):57-73.
2000 Moore, Mark W. Technology of Hunter Valley Microlith Assemblages, New South Wales. Australian Archaeology 51:28-39.