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Wendy van Duivenvoorde


(MENAFN- The Conversation) Associate Professor in Maritime Archaeology, Flinders University Profile Articles Activity

Native to the Netherlands, I have lived in Australia for 15 years and am an associate professor in maritime archaeology at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia. I am a scientific diver, drone pilot, and cultural heritage advocate.

I have undertaken archaeological research on sites and collections dating from the ancient to historical periods in Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Madagascar, the Netherlands, Spain, Turkey, North America and Australia.

My research interests focus on the archaeology of ships and seafaring (including the archaeological remains of Western Australia's early European shipwrecks), technology advancement and transfer, culture contact and communication at sea, Indigenous agency in maritime industries, ship construction, seamanship, archaeobotany, archaeometallurgy, dendro-archaeology, and 3D modelling & photogrammetry.

Experience
  • 2017–present Associate Professor in Maritime Archaeology, Flinders University
  • 2008–present Affiliated faculty, Institute of Nautical Archaeology
  • 2009–2018 Adjunct, University of Western Australia
  • 2014–2017 Senior Lecturer in Maritime Archaeology, Flinders University
  • 2011–2014 Lecturer in Maritime Archaeology, Flinders University
  • 2006–2011 Maritime Archaeologist/Curator, Western Australian Shipwrecks Museum
Education
  • 2008 Texas A&M University, PhD/Anthropology
  • 2000 University of Amsterdam, Masters in Mediterranean Archaeology

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