Middleton Angela

From Archaeopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

Contents

Angela Middleton

Angelamiddleton.jpg
New Zealand archaeologist: PhD, 2005, University of Auckland. Honorary Research Fellow, Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Otago; director, Arch Hill Heritage Ltd (archaeological and heritage consultancy, Otago-based.

PhD thesis: Te Puna: the Archaeology and History of a New Zealand Mission Station, 1832-1874.


Publications

Books:

Middleton, A. 2007. Two Hundred Years on Codfish Island (Whenuahou): From Cultural Encounter to Nature Conservation. Invercargill, Department of Conservation.

Middleton, A. 2008. Te Puna -A New Zealand Mission Station. Contributions to a Global Historical Archaeology Series. New York: Springer.Link

Middleton, A. 2012. Archaeology of the Hohi Mission Station University of Otago Studies in Archaeology No. 24.

Middleton, A. 2013. Kerikeri Mission Station and Kororipo Pa Otago University Press.

Middleton, A. 2014. Pewhairangi: Bay of Islands Missions and Maori 1814 to 1845 Otago University Press.

Books, co-authored:

Henare, M., A. Middleton and A. Puckey. 2011. Te Aho Claims Alliance Oral and Traditional History (report to the Waitangi Tribunal). Auckland: Uniservices, University of Auckland.

Book chapters:

Middleton, A. In press. Mission Archaeology in Aotearoa / New Zealand. In M. Campbell (ed.) Historical Archaeology in New Zealand (provisional title). Auckland: New Zealand Archaeological Association.

____. In press. Missionization and Maori in Aotearoa / New Zealand. In S. Lawrence, J. Symonds, and L. Wilkie, Oxford Handbook of Historical Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

____. In press. Missionization and the Cult of Domesticity. In S. Camp and S. Spencer-Wood (eds.), Historical and Archaeological Perspectives on Gender Transformations: From Private to Public. New York: Springer.

____. 2007. Kirikokai: The Kerikeri Kainga. In J. Binney (ed.), Te Kerikeri 1770 - 1850: The Meeting Pool. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books.

_____. 2007. Potatoes and Muskets: Maori Gardening 1770-1840. In J. Binney (ed.), Te Kerikeri 1770 - 1850: The Meeting Pool. Wellington: Bridget Williams Books.

Peer-reviewed journal papers:

____. 2010. Missionization in New Zealand and Australia: A Comparison. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 14(1): 170-187. (DOI 10.1007/s10761-009-0101-2)

____. 2009. Harbour Cone: A Relic Landscape on the Otago Peninsula. Archaeology in New Zealand 52(1): 32-45.

____. 2007. Mission Station as Trading Post: The Economy of the Church Missionary Society in the Bay of Islands. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology 28 (2006): 51-81.

____. 2007. Silent Voices, Hidden Lives: Archaeology, class and gender in the CMS missions, Bay of Islands, 1814 – 1845. International Journal of Historical Archaeology 11(1): 1-31.

____. 2003. Maori and European landscapes at Te Puna, Bay of Islands, New Zealand, 1805 - 1850. Archaeology in Oceania. 38: 110-124.

____. 2002. Le Jeune’s “Inhabitants of New Zealand, with a view of their fortified stronghold or ‘Hippah’. 10 April 1824”: A correct identification of this “Hippah”. Journal of the Polynesian Society 11: 45-50. Report, co-authored:

Jones, M. and A. Middleton. 2007. Rangihoua Historic Area Rangihoua and Wairoa Bays Bay of Islands. Historic Area Registration Report, registration no. 7725, NZHPT.

Arch Hill Heritage Ltd. consultancy reports completed since January 2011

Middleton, A. October 2011. Regent Theatre Dunedin: Final report on archaeological authority 2011/262 for Oakley Gray Architects / Dunedin City Council. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 99.

____. October 2011. 189-195 King Edward Street South Dunedin: Archaeological Assessment for the Brocklebank Family. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 98.

____. August 2011. Beach Road Oamaru: Archaeological Assessment for Lakes Consulting Group / Waitaki District Council. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 97.

____. August 2011. 234-242 George Street, Dunedin: Archaeological Assessment for MRF Properties. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 96

____. July 2011. The Beeches / Pig Burn Proposed Mine Area Archaeological Assessment for Glass Earth Gold Ltd. Arch hill Heritage Report No. 95.

Middleton, A. & H. Williams. July 2011. Oamaru Harbourside Walkway / Cycleway Final report on authority no. 2009/214. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 94.

Middleton, A. June 2011. Takiroa Rock Art Site: Final report on authority no. 2010/03. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 93.

____. May 2011. Drybread Proposed Mine Areas: Archaeological Assessment for Glass Earth Gold Ltd. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 92.

____. May 2011. Ophir Post Office Final report on Archaeological Authority 2011/343. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 91 Report to NZHPT.

____. May 2011. Ambrose Building, Gore Final report on archaeological authority 2010/330 for Mollison & Associates / Mataura Licensing Trust. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 90.

____. April 2011. Vulcan Hotel St. Bathans: the archaeology of the waste water scheme earthworks. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 89.

____. April 2011. Outram Blacksmithy, Hoylake Street: Archaeological Assessment for Gerald Rillstone and Lisa Chatfield. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 88.

____. April 2011. 38 Derwent Street Archaeological Assessment for Daniel & Rayleen McCloy. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 87.

____. March 2011. Vinegar Hill Gold Workings Archaeological Assessment for Glass earth Ltd. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 85.

____. February 2011. Conroy’s Road, Alexandra: Five Schist Culverts. Final report on authority no. 2011/251. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 83.

____. January 2011. Bannockburn Gravel Pits Archaeological Assessment for Central Otago District Council. Arch Hill Heritage Report No. 82.

82 previous Arch Hill Heritage reports written between 2005 and 2010.