About CAS Seminars
The CAS seminar Series is held throughout the year with the aim of promoting the research of professionals working in the region, or research about the region. A wide variety of seminars have been held over the years, presented by local aboriginal elders, consultants, independent researchers, and academics.
Recordings of some of the seminars are provided by the NMA through their Audio on demand feature HERE. You can find Dr Josephine Flood talking on the cultural riches of ancient south-east Australia, Ngunawal elder Wally Bell providing an aboriginal perspective on archaeology, Dr. Amy Way describing the archaeology of Lake George, Dr. Dougald O'Reilly sharing insights from the Plain of Jars in Laos and more!
2021 Line Up:
This year CAS is joining with CAR at the ANU to produce our seminar series!
To remain COVID safe, all seminars will be held on Zoom, and in some cases both in person and on Zoom.
The following is the list of seminars held throughout 2021:
The next upcoming seminar is highlighted in blue
Watch previous seminars on the CAS youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFnkj8C2foWtquBJGkTxVJA
24 March : 6:00 - 8:00pm AEDT
Professor Matthew Springs, ARC Laureate - ANU
'Has the question of the origin of Pacific peoples now been solved?'
In person: Lotus Hall Auditorium Theatre, China in the World Building (188), ANU, Fellows Lane
Zoom: Link provided on registration
Eventbrite registration link:
POSTPONED 24 August : 3pm
Dr Mary Hutchison - ANU
'Reimagining Ginninderry: interpreting the cultural landscape in a local sustainable development'
- Uncovering Old Weetangerra Road around Ginninderry
- Ginninderry Gains Recognition ACT Heritage Awards
Download the flyer HERE
3 November : TBC
Dr Colin Pardoe
Dr Colin Pardoe