Publications

The EAMC reports are also available on the FAIMS Repository.

Historical Archaeological Studies

Database Guides

Resource Assessment Reports

The publications listed above are also available in hard-copy format. As we offer them on a 'print-on-demand' basis prices will vary from time to time. Please contact Tim Murray [t.murray@latrobe.edu.au] for further details.

Other Publications

  • T. Murray 2001, 'Exploring the Archaeology of the Modern City', Heritage NSW newsletter, vol.8, No.2, pp. 6–7.
  • T. Murray 2002, 'But that was that long ago: theory in Australian historical archaeology 2002', Australasian Historical Archaeology, vol. 20, pp.8–14
  • N. Iacono 2002, 'Beyond the Breach: Strategies for Archaeological Management Plans', Australian Historical Archaeology, vol. 20, pp.39–47.
  • P. Crook, S. Lawrence and M. Gibbs 2002, 'The role of artefact catalogues in Australian historical archaeology: a framework for discussion', Australasian Historical Archaeology, vol. 20, pp. 26–38.
  • T. Murray [ed.] 2003, Exploring the Modern City: Recent Approaches to Urban History and Archaeology, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Sydney.
  • T. Murray, P. Crook and L. Ellmoos 2003, 'Understanding the Archaeology of the Modern City', in T. Murray [ed.], Exploring the Modern City: Recent Approaches to Urban History and Archaeology, Historic Houses Trust of NSW, Sydney.
  • N. Iacono 2003, 'Managing the archaeology of the modern city: Doctoral abstract', Postmedieval Archaeology Society Newsletter, second series, No. 57.
  • T. Murray, G. Karskens and A. Mayne 2004, 'Explorations in Slumland: a reprise', Australasian Historical Archaeology,vol. 22, pp.94–97.
  • P. Crook and T. Murray 2004, 'The Analysis of Cesspit Deposits from the Rocks', Australian Historical Archaeology, vol.22, pp. 44–56.
  • T. Murray and P. Crook 2005, 'Exploring the Archaeology of the Modern City: Issues of Scale, Integration and Complexity', International Journal of Historical Archaeology, vol. 9, no. 2, pp.89–109.
  • Editorial Introduction. In Tim Murray [ed.] 2006, Archaeology of the Casselden Place Site, Melbourne, Australia. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 10[4]: 291-298.
  • Integrating archaeology and history at the 'Commonwealth Block', 'Little Lon' and Casselden Place Sites. In Tim Murray [ed.] 2006, Archaeology of the Casselden Place Site, Melbourne, Australia. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 10[4]: 385-403.
  • T. Murray, R. Mackay and G. Wilson 2007, Historical archaeology at Camp Street, Ballarat, Victoria. In A. Mayne [ed.] Eureka 1854-2004: Reappraising an Australian Legend, pp. 97-103. Curtin University Books: Perth.

Edited journals

2006

Tim MurrayVolume 10[4] Archaeology of the Casselden Place Site, Melbourne, Australia. International Journal of Historical Archaeology

Interviews

2007

Gavin Lucas, Visions of archaeology: An Interview with Tim Murray. Archaeological Dialogues 14[2]: 155-177.

Conference and Seminar Papers

Tim Murray

2001

  • 'Forging new relationships between archaeology and history: lessons from the archaeology of the modern world', Ecole des hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris, 14 January.
  • 'Varieties of History and varieties of Archaeology', ARCHON – Graduate School of the faculty of Archaeology, University of Leiden, 19 January.
  • 'Some recent examples of historical archaeology in the community', to the AIPA forum: Archaeology in the Community, 17 March.
  • 'Exploring the Archaeology of the Modern City', Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference, Canberra, September.

2002

  • 'Doing the Archaeology of a Vanished Community', La Trobe Politics Society November.

2003

  • 'Varieties of history, varieties of archaeology', keynote address at the Australian Historical Association 30th Anniversary Meeting, Mildura, 29 September.
  • 'Understanding the Archaeology of the Modern City', Urban History Symposium, Museum of Sydney, 2 May.

2004

  • 'Global City: An Archaeology of Victorian London', Museum of London at Docklands, 9 June.
  • 'Exploring the archaeology of the modern city: Melbourne, Sydney and London in the 19th century', the Institute of Archaeology, University College London, 15 June.
  • 'Exploring the archaeology of the modern city: a global and local phenomenon', University of Göteborg, Sweden, 13 December.
  • 'Lessons from cesspits at the end of the world: an archaeology of the Imperial periphery in 19th century Sydney', University of Göteborg, Sweden, 14 December.

2005

  • 'Exploring the archaeology of the modern city: Melbourne, Sydney and London in the 19th century', department of Archaeology University of Durham, 1 February.
  • 'Anthropology and archaeology in the making of contemporary Australia', 20th International Congress of Historical Sciences, Sydney, 7 July

2006

  • Adventures in the Archaeology of the Modern World: Melbourne's 'Commonwealth Block'. De-partment of Archaeology, Leiden University, 1 May.
  • Creating Commonwealth and transnational archaeologies. Smuts Lectures, University of Cam-bridge, 3 May.
  • Archaeologies of indigenous contact, settler colonialism and postcolonial societies. Smuts Lectures, University of Cambridge, 4 May.
  • Cities and nations: the movements of people and things – 1. Smuts Lectures, University of Cambridge, 8 May.
  • Cities and nations: the movements of people and things – 2. Smuts Lectures, University of Cambridge, 9 May.
  • Creating Commonwealth, Imperial and Transnational Archaeologies. Archaeology Program, La Trobe University. 1 June.

2007

  • The archaeology of the modern world. Department of Archaeology, University of Leicester 28 February.
  • Building transnational archaeologies in the modern world, Centre for Archaeological Research, Australian National University, 18 May.
  • Transnational archaeologies, New Ground conference, Sydney, 22 September.
  • Creating Transnational Historical Archaeologies Of The Modern World 1600- Present, USTC, He-fei, PRC 4 December.

2008

  • Archaeology and heritage in the modern city: Melbourne's 'Commonwealth Block' to the Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology, Dialogues with the Past: Culture and Heritage. The practices of owning the past. Swedish Institute, Alexandria Egypt [March].

Penny Crook

2002

  • 'Archaeology of the Modern City: A Progress Report', University of Sydney weekly seminar series, 13 September.

2004

  • 'Archaeology of the Modern City: A Progress Report', Sydney Historical Archaeology Workshop, Newtown, 5 November.

2006

  • 'Linking People and Place: The Exploring the Archaeology of the Modern City Project', Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology Annual Conference, Darwin, 16 September.