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David Bulbeck

David Bulbeck is a specialist in the late prehistoric and historical archaeology of Sulawesi. His PhD (obtained from the Australian National University), investigated the rise of Makassar as a city-state through an analysis of Makassar’s genealogical records and a reconstruction of the 14th to 17th century settlement patterns in Makassar’s hinterland. His postdoctoral research, undertaken jointly with Ian Caldwell (then at the University of Hull), documented the prehistoric origins and pre-Islamic history of iron production in Luwuq, northwest of Makassar. Currently he is employed with “The Archaeology of Sulawesi: A Strategic Island for Understanding Modern Human Colonization and Interactions across Our Region” project, funded by the Australian Research Council to the Australian National University.



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