New fieldwork, old collections: Historical archaeology of the New Hebrides Presbyterian missions

New fieldwork, old collections: Historical archaeology of the New Hebrides Presbyterian missions
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Free lecture by James Flexner, Australian National University.

James Flexner is currently an ARC-funded postdoctoral fellow in the School of Archaeology and Anthropology at the Australian National University. He has done research projects on the archaeology of Iron Age craft production on the Swahili Coast of Africa and the archaeology of tenant farmers in the Virginia Piedmont, but his main focus is on the South Pacific. James did his doctoral research on the historical archaeology of the leprosy settlement at Kalawao, Moloka‘i, Hawai‘i. He is currently focusing on a project examining the archaeology of the early Presbyterian missions in southern Vanuatu.

Speaker
James Flexner
Hosted by
King's Museum lecture series
Venue
Regent Building lecture theatre
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Free lecture - no need to book

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