@ the NZAA Conference

Today, Kurt got to present his thesis research on the Rangitoto Island ships’ graveyard and baches to a New Zealand audience for the first time, at the NZ Archaeology Association Conference in Christchurch. Although he has been at Flinders University in Adelaide for almost 5 years, he’s obviously still a Kiwi through and through—even Auckland Uni want to claim him! /MF


Kurt's abstract in the NZAA Conference Program

Kurt’s abstract in the NZAA Conference Program


One thought on “@ the NZAA Conference

  1. The Rangitoto Island Historic Conservation Trust is pleased to be involved with Kurt and his research. It will add to the depth of the Trusts social history archives started by the late Susan Yoffe whose MA thesis on the Rangitoto Island Bach Communities was pivotal in this area of research.
    The Trust restored Bach 38 at Rangitoto Wharf as a social history museum, the picture of which starts the blog entries.

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