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Kelly Wiltshire

Kelly Wiltshire

Kelly D. Wiltshire is a Canberra-based archaeologist and audiovisual archivist specialising in the ethnography of archaeological practice. Her current research focuses on the content and management of audiovisual archives related to past archaeological practice in Australia. She is the author of several articles in the areas of archaeological theory, archaeological archives and Aboriginal heritage. Kelly is currently working on her first book that charts her decade long experience working as an archaeologist in South Australia.

Kelly D. Wiltshire reviews 'A Little History of Archaeology' by Brian Fagan

August 2019, no. 413 22 July 2019
As the old saying goes, one should never judge a book by its cover; however, the instantly recognisable iconography on the cover of A Little History of Archaeology does provide an insight into this book’s content. In presenting this history of archaeology – which forms part of a larger series that includes histories of philosophy, literature, and science – author and archaeologist Brian Faga ... (read more)