Teaching and research in archaeology: Some statistics

23rd January 2014

Sue Feary


For this special issue of AA we thought it would be appropriate to provide readers with a bird’s eye view of the current numbers of scholars involved in archaeological research, as well as something about the departments where they work. All the major teaching and research institutions in Australia were invited to provide information about their aims and objectives, staff and student numbers and research locations. We received responses from 11 departments and have compiled the table of the statistics which appears below to enable quick comparisons of the different departments and what they have to offer. We have also included, at the end of this article, the addresses of institutions that did not respond.

*Note that an abstract was not included with this paper, and so the introductory paragraph has been included here instead of the abstract.

Feary, S.
Teaching and research in archaeology: Some statistics
December 1994
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