Pictures of Time Beneath: Science, Heritage and the Uses of the Deep Past
by Kirsty Douglas
Pictures of Time Beneath examines three celebrated heritage landscapes: Adelaide’s Hallett Cove, Lake Callabonna in the far north of South Australia, and the World Heritage listed Willandra Lakes Region of New South Wales. It offers philosophical insights into significant issues of heritage management, our relationship with Australian landscapes, and an original perspective on our understanding of place, time, nation and science.
Launched at National Museum of Australia 22 June 2010 by Tom Griffiths.
Tom Griffiths’ Speech (PDF)
Kirsty DouglasKirsty Douglas is a heritage specialist with a background in geology and history. She has been an ARC Postdoctoral Fellow at the Australian National University and completed her PhD in history at the same institution in 2004.