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Andrew Jamieson

Associate Professor In Near Eastern Archaelogy
Historical And Philosophical Studies
Ethnoarchaeology
Archaeological Ceramics
High Temperature Industries
arts & humanities
archaeology
humanities, multidisciplinary
arts & humanities - other topics
social sciences
art
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A/Prof

Andrew Jamieson

 
Division
Arts
 
Primary Interest
Near Eastern archaeology
Andrew Jamieson's Profile Picture
A/Prof

Andrew Jamieson

 

Andrew is associate professor of Near Eastern archaeology and has extensive field experience in Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Georgia and Australia. In the mid-1990s he was involved in the UNESCO post-war salvage operations in Beirut, then for ten seasons he worked at Tell Ahmar in northern Syria.

As well as teaching at Melbourne, he has lectured at Monash University and spoken at numerous public events. In 2015, he won the Barbara Falk Award for Teaching Excellence. Andrew has also been involved in a range of curatorial, conservation and field projects with Heritage Victoria. For many years he was a member of the Archaeology Advisory Committee of the Heritage Council of Victoria. In 2014, Andrew was invited to represent Australia on the SHIRĪN International Committee, a Research Initiative for the Safeguarding and Protection of Syrian Heritage. Andrew first visited Georgia in 2017 and is now the director of the Georgian-Australian Investigations in Archaeology (GAIA) project. In 2019 Andrew led the intensive field school and excavation season at Rabati in South West Georgia.


Research
Andrew’s research interests include the archaeology of the ancient Near East and Egypt, and historical archaeology in Victoria. He specializes in the study of ancient ceramics and archaeological artefact collections.

Projects

Displaying the 9 most recent projects by Andrew Jamieson.

Additional Information

Recent Grants & Awards:

(2020)

Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation (SRNSF) grant (No FR 17-415) ‘Changes and Continuity from the Early Bronze Age to the Antique period: Multidisciplinary Investigations in the Upper Kura basin, Rabati Settlement’ $26,000 Chief Investigators: BEDIANASHVILI, MARTKOPISHVILI, KAKHIANI, MAKHARADZE, JAMIESON, SAGONA, BIRKETT-REES, LONGFORD. BERTHON.

(2019)

FACULTY OF ARTS TEACHING EXCELLENCE AWARD for an innovative new curriculum initiative – known as Field Archaeology an overseas winter intensive level 3 subject : $5,000 Chief Investigators: JAMIESON

Faculty Internal Grants Scheme (FIGS) (Archaeology of the South Caucasus: Change and Continuity in the Upper Kura Basin):

4,450 Chief Investigators: JAMIESON, KIM, LORDKIPANIDZE, KOHN.

EQUITY INNOVATION GRANT (Object-Based Learning: An Aspirational Educational Pathway for Disadvantaged Students in Rural Victoria): $38,619 Chief investigators: JAMIESON, VOLK.

(2017)

EQUITY INNOVATION GRANT (Object-Based Learning: An Aspirational Educational Pathway for Disadvantaged Students in Rural Victoria): $38,185 Chief investigators: JAMIESON, VOLK.

(2016)

ENGANGEMENT GRANT, University of Melbourne (Object-Based Learning: An Aspirational Educational Pathway for Disadvantaged Students in Rural Victoria): $20,000 Chief investigators: JAMIESON, VOLK.

HALLMARK AGEING RESEARCH INITIATIVE (HARI) (The Role of Cultural Institutions in Facilitating An Age-Integrated Society with a Focus on Older Cohorts in the Context of Global Ageing Populations): $27,450 Chief investigator/s: GAN, GAUNT, JAMIESON.

MCCOY PROJECT Seed Fund (The Museum Multiple):

9,961 Chief investigator/s: GAN, GAUNT, JAMIESON.

DYASON FELLOWSHIP (Collaborative Pathways for Engagement with Middle Eastern Archaeological Objects: Disarming Social Disaffection): $2,546.00 Chief investigators: JAMIESON, BRUSIUS.

(2015)

BARBARA FALK AWARD FOR TEACHING EXCELLENCE, Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne: $ 20,000 Chief investigator: A. JAMIESON.

MCCOY Strategic Australian Postgraduate Award (STRAPA) (Museum Objects and the Making of Meanings): $45,000, Chief investigators: USTUNDAG, JAMIESON.

(2014)

MCCOY PROJECT (2014/15) (Cellulose nitrate: Self destructive cultural heritage: management of CN materials in museum collections):

3,250 Chief investigator/s: NELL et al., JAMIESON.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 10 most recent scholarly works by Andrew Jamieson.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2019

Faculty of Arts Teaching Excellence Award

2015

Barbara Falk Award for Teaching Excellence

1995

M A Bartlett Scholarship

1994

Gertrude Bell Award British School of Archaeology Iraq

1994

Alma Hansen Scholarship

1993

Australian Post Graduate Research Award

1988

Fanny Reading Scholarship in Middle Eastern Studies

2019

FSA - Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries


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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Associate Professor In Near Eastern Archaelogy

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Unesco Roster Of Experts

UNESCO Roster of Experts

Victorian Curriculum And Assessment Authority (Vcaa)

Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (VCAA)

Ad Trendall Research Centre For Ancient Mediterranean Studies In The Faculty Of Humanities And Social Sciences, La Trobe University

AD Trendall Research Centre for Ancient Mediterranean Studies in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, La Trobe University

Archaeological And Anthropological Society Of Victoria

American Schools of Oriental Research

Melbourne College Of Reviewers, University Of Melbourne

Melbourne College of Reviewers, University of Melbourne

Alternate Archaeologist Member

Heritage Council Victoria

Archaeological And Anthropological Society Of Victoria

Archaeological and Anthropological Society of Victoria

Australian Institute Of Archaeology

Australian Institute of Archaeology

Education

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Master of Arts

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Arts

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Arts

Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

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