This prominent archaeologist served two terms as President from the World Archaeological Congress and taught for quite some time at Flinders University in Adelaide, Australia. She researched rock artwork among Australia’s Aboriginal people, performing fieldwork in her country’s North Place, Barunga, and South Australian, Ngadjuri-populated areas. She gained both a bachelor’s level and a PhD in archaeology through the College or university of New Britain in Armidale, South Wales, Australia. She edited the Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology and co-wrote such functions as Digging It Up RIGHT HERE as well as the Archaeologist’s Field Handbook. She frequently worked well alongside her spouse and fellow archaeologist, Gary Jackson. She and English archaeologist Louis Leakey carried out fieldwork in Africa and Australia, respectively.
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