Bruno David


Bruno David is Associate Professor in archaeology at the Monash Indigenous Center, Monash University, Australia. His books include Hiri, the World Archaeological Congress Handbook of Landscape Archaeology, The Social Archaeology of Australian Indigenous Societies, Landscapes, Rock-Art and the Dreaming and Inscribed Landscapes. In 1994 he was awarded the inaugural Antiquity Prize for his work on the archaeology of meaning in rock art, in 2007 the Australian Archaeological Association’s Bruce Veitch Award for Excellence in Indigenous Engagement, and in 2013 the Ben Cullen Prize for writings on the social construction of caves and rockshelters. His current research involves working in partnership with Indigenous communities in northern Australia and Papua New Guinea, exploring the historical connections that people have formed with places and documenting the antiquity of rock art and its meaning to local communities today.

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