Irrigated taro, malaria and chiefdoms in Solomon Islands: keys to the Melanesian cultural mosaic?
Publication date: Sep 22, 2012 05:10 PM
Start: Oct 11, 2012 06:00 PM
Location: Room 209, Institute of Archaeology
Dr Bayliss-Smith's research interests range from biogeography to cultural geography and development studies, with a regional focus on islands in Melanesia and northern Scandinavia.
The occasional lectures are free to attend and registration is not required.
For more information please contact Sarah Byrne (email@example.com).
4 October: Paul Sillitoe (Durham University)
What use is archaeology to anthropology, or anthropology to archaeology: A New Guinea highlands' view?