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 - World Archaeological Congress
Member - Editorial Board, International Journal of Historical Archaeology
Co-Editor – Queensland Archaeological Research
Member - Editorial Board Australasian Historical Archaeology
Lecturer, School of Social Science, The University of Queensland, 2005 - Present
Director, University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit, 1997 - Present
- Early Redcliffe Project – The Search for the First British Settlement in Queensland
- The social archaeology of late nineteenth and early twentieth century southeast Queensland particularly examining:
- Victorianism, colonialism, industrial development, and social relationships
- Family life at Caboonbah Homestead in the Brisbane Valley
- Life at Paradise, a gold mining town in the Burnett River Valley
- Life at Mill Point, a sawmilling town on Lake Cootharaba
- 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." In Australian Archaeology, 68:56-58.
Prangnell, J. and Quirk, K., 2009, "Children in Paradise: Growing up on the Australian Goldfields." In Historical Archaeology, 43(3):38-49.
Prangnell, J. and McGowan, G., 2009, "Soil Temperature Calculation for Burial Site Analysis." In Forensic Science International, 191:104-109.