Dr Natalie Franklin
Honorary Research Fellow
BA (Hons) (Anthropology), University of Sydney
PhD (Archaeology), La Trobe University
State Representative - Australian Rock Art Research Association
Member - Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Member
Member - Australian Rock Art Research Association Member
Member - Australian Archaeological Association
Member - East African Association for Paleoanthropology and Palaeontology
Member – Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association
Member – European Society for Human Evolution
- Rock art research worldwide
- Australian archaeology
- Middle Eastern archaeology
- Origins of modern human behaviour.
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.