AA41 (December 1995)


David, B., J. Collins, B. Barker, J. Flood and R.G. Gunn 1995 The Lightning Brothers Project 1990–91 field seasons. Australian Archaeology 41:1–8.

Bowman, D. 1995 Two examples of the role of ecological biogeography in Australian prehistory: The fire ecology of Callitris intratropica, and the spatial pattern of stone tools in the Northern Territory. Australian Archaeology 41:8–11.

Lilley, I. and S. Ulm 1995 The Gooreng Gooreng Cultural Heritage Project: Some proposed directions and preliminary results of the archaeological program. Australian Archaeology 41:11–15.

Grimwade, G., K. Mickan and A. Darroch 1995 Moulding and casting Aboriginal carved trees. Australian Archaeology 41:15–21.

Thomas, I. 1995 Models and prima-donnas in southwest Tasmania. Australian Archaeology 41:21–23.

Ulm. S., B. Barker, A. Border, J. Hall, I. Lilley, I.J. McNiven, R. Neal and M. Rowland 1995 Pre-European coastal settlement and use of the sea: A view from Queensland. Australian Archaeology 41:24–26.

Brown, P. 1995 Still flawed: A reply to Pardoe (1994) and Sim and Thorne (1994). Australian Archaeology 41:26–29.

Sim, R. and A. Thorne 1995 Reply to Brown: Australian Archaeology, Number 38, 1994. Australian Archaeology 41:29–30.

Argue, D. 1995 Aboriginal occupation of the Southern Highlands: Was it really seasonal? Australian Archaeology 41:30–36.

Short Reports


Allen, J. 1995 A short history of the Tasmanian affair. Australian Archaeology 41:42–48.

Golson, J. 1995 What went wrong with WAC 3 and an attempt to understand why. Australian Archaeology 41:48–54.

Book Reviews