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No. 34, Jun 2016


From criminal intelligence analyst to archaeologist

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This month, we have the pleasure of introducing you to archaeologist Chris Carter. Starting as a police officer in criminal intelligence, he's now not only a foremost expert on Mayan civilisation but regularly leads archaeological, cultural heritage and ecology tours through South America, Europe and Australia.

"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness", Mark Twain.

We interviewed Chris about his work, passion and devotion to learning from our distant past. In explaining Mayan culture and its downfall, we were reminded of our own failures to understand the environment around us ... as Sydney houses fall into the sea. It makes us wonder how better off we'd be for broadening our minds through learning with Chris on one of his trips.

In this edition, we'd like to invite you to simply tell us if you'd like to know more about Chris's work and archaeological expeditions.

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Archaeology

Chris Carter: From Intelligence Analyst to Archaeologist

Chris Carter: From Intelligence Analyst to Archaeologist

I'm an archaeologist with the Australian National University but my real passion is raising the public's awareness of archaeology and I've been doing that for a number of years. I've always been an advocate of teaching in the field and not out of books. Students challenged me to walk the walk, so ...

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More than Macchu Picchu by Penny Heath

More than Machu Picchu by Penny Heath

We were extremely fortunate to have Juan Cardenas with us, a local professional guide from Cusco who has first class knowledge of every aspect of Peruvian culture and history, the terrain, as well as its native wildlife and vegetation. I came to know him and his family well whilst ...

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VIDEO: Mummies in the Atacama Desert

A video with Chris Carter about his work in Chile, where students and visitors have been able to get involved in excavating thousands of years old artefacts and remains.

Where the Rivers Run by Harry Wooller

Where the Rivers Run by Harry Wooller

The exploratory party made good time along the Hume and Sturt highways heading towards Wagga Wagga where they boiled the billy and had lunch. Beside the road east of Hay there was a small cemetery where, in the nineteenth century ...

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