Research Interests: Aboriginal Studies, Gender Issues, Globalisation and Indigenous Peoples, Indigenous Australian Archaeology, Internet, Rock art, especially in Australia and in terms of women’s roles, Socially mediated terrorism



PhD: University of New England, Australia, 1996


Selected Publications:

Global Social Archaeologies: Making a Difference in a World of Strangers, Smith, C. & Mizoguchi, K., 2019, 1st ed. London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis. 298 p.

Pursuing social justice through collaborative archaeologies in Aboriginal Australia, Smith, C., Burke, H., Ralph, J., Pollard, K., Gorman, A., Wilson, C., Hemming, S., Rigney, D., Wesley, D., Morrison, M., McNaughton, D., Domingo, I., Moffat, I., Roberts, A., Koolmatrie, J., Wilika, J., Pamkal, B. & Jackson, G., 1 Dec 2019, In: Archaeologies. 15, 3, p. 536-569 34 p.

A new framework for interpreting contact rock art reassessing the rock art at Nackara springs: Reassessing the rock art at Nackara Springs, South Australia, Smith, C., Ralph, J., Lower, K., McKinnon, J., Ebbs, M. & Copley Senior, V., 1 Jan 2019, The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology and Anthropology of Rock Art. David, B. & McNiven, I. J. (eds.). Oxford University Press, p. 587-610 24 p.

An engaged archaeology field school with a remote Aboriginal community: Successes, failures, and challenges, Smith, C., Jackson, G., Ralph, J., Brown, N. & Rankin, G., 2021, In: Journal of Community Archaeology and Heritage. 8, 2, p. 105-126 22 p., 105-126.