The Darrell West Prize
The Darrell West Prize is named in honour of Tasmanian Aboriginal man Darrell West who had a long history of working in archaeology and cultural heritage management.
|2019||Jade Turner||Fighting archaeology’s colonial legacy|
|2013||Steve Free||Sieved to in situ: The changing control and ownership of Aboriginal cultural heritage in Australia|
|2012||Mick McKenzie, Glen Wingfield, Harry Dare and Adrian Henham (poster)||Working together with archaeologists at Olympic Dam, South Australia|
|2012||Phil Hudson (on behalf of the Koondrook Perricoota Cert 4 Group)||Koondrook Pericoota Project|
|2011||Sharon Hodgetts||Understanding Aboriginal connections to place through a contemporary understanding of the archaeological record|