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Aboriginal archaeology & cultural heritage management

Personnel Profiles

Mia Dardengo

Mia has completed a Bachelor of Ancient History at Macquarie University (2013) and Masters of Archaeology and Heritage Management from Flinders University (2019).

Mia has considerable experience working with communities in the Northern Territory (NT), and has participated in a number of training experiences and workshops in both the NT and Queensland (QLD). Employed as a casual archaeologist, she has participated in numerous archaeological surveys, recording projects and salvage excavations in the NT, New South Wales (NSW) and Western Australia (WA). She is currently a full-time employee of WHC where she undertakes both field and office-based tasks.

Mia is a member of the Australian Archaeological Association and is an associate member with the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists (AACAI).

Dardengo, M., A. Roberts, M. Morrison and River Murray Mallee Aboriginal Corporation 2019 An archaeological investigation of local Aboriginal responses to European colonisation in the South Australian Riverland via an assessment of culturally modified trees. Journal of the Anthropological Society of South Australia 43:33–70.

Dardengo, M. and L.A. Wallis 2019c Cultural Heritage Surveys on the Ranger Project Area. Unpublished report prepared for the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and Energy Resources of Australia (Commercial-in-Confidence).

Dardengo, M. and L.A. Wallis 2019b ERA Ranger Audit Summary September 2019. Unpublished report prepared for the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and Energy Resources of Australia (Commercial-in-Confidence).

Dardengo, M. and L.A. Wallis 2019a ERA Ranger Audit Summary August 2019. Unpublished report prepared for the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and Energy Resources of Australia (Commercial-in-Confidence).

Wallis, L.A. and M. Dardengo 2019b Identifying, Documenting and Preserving Cultural Heritage in Tagalaka Country, Queensland: Outcomes from a Workshop and Recording Program, June 2019. Unpublished report prepared for Northern Gulf Region Management Group.

Wallis, L.A. and M. Dardengo 2019a ERA Ranger Audit Summary June 2019. Unpublished report prepared for the Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation and Energy Resources of Australia (Commercial-in-Confidence).

Dardengo, M. 2019 A Living Archive: An Archaeology of Culturally Modified Trees at Calperum Station in the South Australian Riverland. Unpublished Master of Archaeology and Heritage Management Thesis, College of Humanities, Arts and Social Science, Flinders University, Adelaide, Australia.