Dr Jay Hall
Dr Jay Hall
Adjunct Reader
Archaeology

j.hall@uq.edu.au

Qualifications:

BA - Hons (Anthropology) University of Utah
MA (Anthropology) University of Utah
PhD (Anthropology) University of Chicago

Professional activities:

Co-Director - UQAPCA, The University of Queensland Archaeological project in Central America
Co-Editor - Queensland Archaeological Research
Member - Australian Archaeological Association
Member - Society for American Archaeology

Background:

Reader in Archaeology, School of Social Science, University of Queensland, 2000 - 2007
Director, University of Queensland Archaeological Services Unit, University of Queensland, 1986 - 2000
Senior Lecturer, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, University of Queensland, 1986 - 1999

Research interests:
  • Maya Archaeology
  • Australian Archaeology / Prehistory
  • Middle Range Research
Representative publications:

Hall, J. and Viel, R. (2004) The Early Classic Copan Landscape: A View From the Preclassic. In Bell, E., Canuto, M. and Sharer, R. (eds) Understanding Early Classic Copan, pp. 17-28, University of Pennsylvania Museum.

Ulm, S. & Hall, J. (eds) (2002) Recent Archaeological Research in Southeast Queensland. Queensland Archaeological Research 13, The University of Queensland.

Hall, H.J. & McNiven, I.J. (eds)(1999) Australian Coastal Archaeology, ANH Pubs. R.S.P.A.S. Australian National University, Canberra.

Hall, H.J. (1999) The impact of sea level change on the archaeological record of Southeast Queensland. in Hall, H.J. & McNiven, I.J. Australian Coastal Archaeology, ANH Pubs. R.S.P.A.S. Australian National University, Canberra.