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Aboriginal archaeology & cultural heritage management

Personnel Profiles

Jordan Ralph

Jordan holds a Bachelor of Archaeology (Honours) and he is a PhD student at Flinders University. His doctoral thesis is currently under examination. He has been an active member of the archaeological community for a number of years and he is currently the Membership Secretary and Junior Representative for Southeast Asia and the Pacific of the World Archaeological Congress and the Webmaster for the Australian Archaeological Association.

Jordan has significant experience working with Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory (NT), where his academic research is based. He also organises and co-teaches an annual field school in a remote Aboriginal community in the NT. Jordan has been a casual field archaeologist for a number of companies in Western Australia and has gained considerable experience in archaeological field surveys and recording projects. In addition to his work as a heritage consultant, Jordan has been a casual tutor at Flinders University for five years and has taught a number of undergraduate topics. He publishes widely in peer-reviewed journals and regularly writes more accessible articles that tackle broader social justice issues faced by Aboriginal people in Australia.

Jordan is a member of the Flinders Archaeological Society, the Australian Archaeological Association, the World Archaeological Congress Committee, and an associate member with the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists (AACAI).

Follow Jordan on Twitter @JordsRalph