Dr Natalie Franklin
Honorary Senior Research Fellow
Phone: (07) 3870 4382
87 Miskin Street, Toowong QLD 4066
BA (Hons) (Anthropology), University of Sydney
PhD (Archaeology), La Trobe University
Australia Day Achievement Medallion, 1997
State Representative, Australian Rock Art Research Association
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Member,
Australian Rock Art Research Association Member,
Australian Archaeological Association
Environmental Officer (Cultural Heritage), Main Roads, 2008 - Present
Senior Heritage Officer, Environmental Protection Agency, 1990 - 2008
- Rock art research worldwide
- Australian archaeology
- Middle Eastern archaeology
- Origins of modern human behaviour.
Upcoming projects and papers:
Presenting a paper in August 2011 on an analysis of visit books at Carnarvon Gorge rock art sites at the East African Association for Palaeoanthropology and Palaeontology Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiop
P. Bahn, N. Franklin and M. Strecker (eds) (2012) Rock Art Studies News of the World IV. Oxford: Oxbow Books. : http://www.oxbowbooks.com/oxbow/rock-art-studies-4824.html
P.J. Habgood and N.R. Franklin (2008) The revolution that didn't arrive: a review of Pleistocene Sahul. Journal of Human Evolution, 55:187-222.
N.R. Franklin (2007) Discontinuous Dreaming Networks: Analyses of variability in Australian pre-historic petroglyphs. Rock Art Research 24: 79-103.
N.R. Franklin (2007) Review of "Introduction to Rock Art Research" by David S. Whitley. Walnut Creek, California: Left Coast Press (2005). Australian Archaeology 64: 56-57.
N.R. Franklin (2007)Aboriginal engravings in the south-west of Western Australia: analysis of the Kybra site. Records of the Western Australian Museum 24(1): 65-79.
N.R. Franklin and Phillip J. Habgood (2007) Modern human behaviour and Pleistocene Sahul in review. Australian Archaeology, 65: 1-16.
N.R. Franklin (2004) Explorations of Variability in Australian Prehistoric Rock Engravings. BAR International Series 1318. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports.