Ian Lilley

Ian Lilley is Reader in Aboriginal and Torrest Strait Island Studies at the University of Queensland.

He does archaeological research in Australia and Melanesia and also writes about archaeology in contemporary society. He is Secretary of the World Archaeological Congress.

His book Archaeology of Oceania was published by Blackwell in 2006.


It’s life, Jim, but not as we know it

EssayTHERE HAS BEEN a great deal of environmental change in the Australian region over the 50,000 years that people have lived here. There is going to be a lot more of it in the future, too, whether or not...

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