CG Archaeology is a way for me to disseminate my current research on societal collapse in Sri Lanka, to share my thoughts on conceptualisations of time in archaeology, to poster up people who have shaped the way we do archaeology today and might in the future, and to engage with you, Dear Reader!

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The Drift of Time: 'Enjambment' as an Alternative Archaeological Conceptualisation of Time
Anuradhapura, Jetavanaramaya Dagoba by Arian Zwegers
A Question Posed; A Question Answered
Dorothy Garrod Archaeologist
Posting Up People Who Helped Shape the Archaeological Field as it Stands Today
About Me

I'm currently an Honours candidate at La Trobe University based in Melbourne, Australia. My archaeological interests encompass foodways and diet, collapse theory in archaeology, conceptualisations of time, sustainability and resilience.


© 2020 by Cassie Gordon as part of CassieGordonArchaeology.com

I acknowledge the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which I live. I acknowledge that the land of this country was stolen and that sovereignty was never ceded. I pay my respects to all elders past, present, and emerging.