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Professor Ian Barber

Professor Ian Barber

Prof. Barber specialise in the study of dynamic historical environments including new uses of the past using innovative and interdisciplinary theory to investigate changing relationships between material and social environments.

He has studied Māori and Moriori archaeology; cultural change and contact; archaeological resource management and politics; anthropology of revitalisation and religion; agricultural innovation and introductions in New Zealand and Polynesia.

He works closely and collaboratively with several Māori and Chatham Island Moriori communities in his research.

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