Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology
The Australasian Society for Historical Archaeology (ASHA) promotes historical archaeology in Australia and New Zealand. The Society encourages archaeological research on historical sites, buildings, artifacts, and relics by appropriate means including historical research, survey, recording, excavation and analysis, and the publication of results of such research. The Society promotes the exchange of information, research and reference material relating to historical archaeology within Australia, New Zealand and overseas. ASHA publications include the annual journal Australasian Historical Archaeology, a quarterly Newsletter and a monograph series, Studies in Australasian Historical Archaeology. The Society also supports the conservation of sites and relics that are part of the Australian and New Zealand heritage.
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