NZAA warmly congratulates its 2019 award winners!
These awards acknowledge those who provided the best posters and papers in AINZ and at the annual conference.
Best student paper in Archaeology in New Zealand: Jessie Garland, for ‘An archaeological survey of Catlins Lake and Estuary, Southland’, March 2019, Vol. 62 No. 1
Best student poster at conference: Ruby Parker, for ‘Hair today, gone tomorrow: investigating exposure of arsenic, mercury and opium in hair samples of Otago early settlers’
Best student paper at conference: Rob Henderson, for ‘Changes in Lapita mobility and interaction: insight from the analysis of obsidian from Apalo, West New Britain, PNG’
Best overall poster at conference: Dr Rachel Darmody, Ken Phillips, and Eleanor Sturrock, for ‘Unfolding Tauranga’s story’
Best overall paper at conference: Jeremy Moyle, for ‘The archaeology of a kitchen and servants’ quarters in Māori Hill, Dunedin’
The Public Archaeology award was also given this year to the Arakite Charitable Trust. Read the citation here.
Finally, the Roger Green Lifetime Achievement Award was given to Professor Atholl Anderson. Read the citation here.
For more information on the awards click here