Dr Jon Prangnell
|Dr Jon Prangnell|
Phone: (+61 7) 336 52887
Fax: (+61 7) 336 51544
Room 406, Level 4,
Michie Building (#9), St Lucia Campus
BA - Hons (Archaeology), University of Queensland
Ph.D (Archaeology), University of Queensland
Member - Brisbane City Council Heritage Advisory Committee
President - Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology
Member - Editorial Board, International Journal of Historical Archaeology
Co-editor - Australasian Historical Archaeology
Lecturer, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland, 2005 - Present
Director, University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit, 1997 - 201
- The social archaeology of late nineteenth and early twentieth century southeast Queensland particularly examining the development of capitalism and its relationship with colonialism, Victorianism and industrial innovation. Excavated sites include sawmills, sugar mills, pastoral properties and gold mining towns.
- Scientific studies related to the taphonomy of the North Brisbane Burial Grounds
Prangnell, J. and Mate, G. 2011 'Kin, Fictive Kin and Strategic Movement: Working class heritage of the Upper Burnett.' International Journal of Heritage Studies 17(4):318-330.
Prangnell, J., Ross, A. and Coghill, B. 2010 'Power Relations and Community Involvement in Landscape-Based Cultural Heritage Management Practice: An Australian case study.' International Journal of Heritage Studies 16(1-2):140-155.
Ross, A, Prangnell, J. and Coghill, B 2010 'Archaeology, Cultural Landscapes, and Indigenous Knowledge in Australian Cultural Heritage Management Legislation and Practice.' Heritage Management 3(1):73-97.
McGowan, G. and Prangnell, J., 2009, ''The Truth Will Out’: Recycling of Packing Timber to Construct a Nineteenth Century Australian Coffin.' Australian Archaeology, 68:56-58.
Prangnell, J. and Quirk, K., 2009, 'Children in Paradise: Growing up on the Australian Goldfields.' Historical Archaeology, 43(3):38-49.
Prangnell, J. and McGowan, G., 2009, 'Soil Temperature Calculation for Burial Site Analysis.' Forensic Science International, 191:104-109.