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Room 2C25
Tel +64 3 479 8399

Research Interests

Pacific archaeology, in particular Melanesia; the archaeology of trade and exchange; the development of social complexity; the archaeology of East Asia; archaeometry; cultural heritage management; archaeology and the school curriculum in Papua New Guinea.



Summerhayes, G. (2023). Reflections on populating the Western Pacific. In C. Nimura, R. O'Sullivan & R. Bradley (Eds.), Sentient archaeologies: Global perspectives on places, objects, and practice: Essays in honour of Professor Chris Gosden. (pp. 9-17). Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books. Chapter in Book - Research

Roberts, P., Hixon, S., Hamilton, R., Lucas, M., Ilgner, J., Marzo, S., … Luu, S., … Summerhayes, G. (2023). Assessing Pleistocene–Holocene climatic and environmental change in insular Near Oceania using stable isotope analysis of archaeological fauna. Journal of Quaternary Science. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1002/jqs.3555 Journal - Research Article

Summerhayes, G. R. (2023). New Guinea's past: The last 50,000 years. In R. T. Jones & M. K. Matsuda (Eds.), The Cambridge history of the Pacific Ocean (Vol. 1): The Pacific Ocean to 1800. (pp. 406-433). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. doi: 10.1017/9781108539272.024 Chapter in Book - Research

Kerby, G., Ford, A., Summerhayes, G. R., Leavesley, M. G., & Palin, J. M. (2023). Fit for purpose: Investigating adaptations in late Pleistocene lithic technology to an island environment at Buang Merabak, New Ireland, Papua New Guinea. World Archaeology, 1-21. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1080/00438243.2023.2172070 Journal - Research Article

Summerhayes, G. R. (2022). Sue Bulmer and New Guinea archaeology. In H. Howes, T. Jones & M. Spriggs (Eds.), Uncovering Pacific pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. (pp. 527-534). Canberra, Australia: ANU Press. doi: 10.22459/UPP.2021 Chapter in Book - Research

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