Jason Kariwiga

Participation: 2018, 2019

Jason Kariwiga is a PhD candidate in the School of Social Science, University of Queensland. He is interested in trade and exchange systems and the exchange of material culture and ideas, particularly along the Papua Coast of Papua New Guinea, and into the Torres Strait and Cape York in northern Australia. Before commencing his studies at UQ, Jason was a tutor at the University of Papua New Guinea. Jason has worked as a research and consultant archaeologist across PNG and Australia, and has more than ten years of experience as a field archaeologist in PNG, a country where there are (sadly) only a handful of indigenous archaeologists.

https://social-science.uq.edu.au/profile/4129/jason-kariwiga

https://social-science.uq.edu.au/research/uq-bioarchaeology-and-osteology-network-bone-research-group-0



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editorsppp (2018, June 15). Jason Kariwiga. Papuan Past Project. Retrieved June 14, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/snux

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