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Emilie Dotte-Sarout


(MENAFN- The Conversation) ARC DECRA research fellow, The University of Western Australia Profile Articles Activity

My research focuses on 2 relatively underdeveloped fields of research in the archaeology of Oceania: archaeobotany and the history of archaeology. My main current research project aims to investigate the history of the first women who participated in the development of archaeology in the Pacific. Previous and ongoing research also include the historiography of francophone archaeology in the Pacific and the development of archaeobotany in Australia and the Pacific Islands.

Experience
  • –present ARC DECRA research fellow, The University of Western Australia
Education
  • 2011  Australian National University / Sorbonne University, PhD/Archaeology

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