Phillips Caroline

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Caroline Phillips

Caroline Phillips is a well known practitioner of professional archaeology in New Zealand. Her expertise in the archaeology of Maori sites and in the engagement of tangata whenua in their interpretation, management and investigation. While she has a long list of professional assignments, she is remarkable among consultants in maintaining a strong presence in academic publication.

Her website includes the following: "Caroline has lectured at The University of Auckland and Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, and co-directed many of the University of Auckland archaeology field schools. She has published academic books and articles, and presented conference papers and seminars, both locally and internationally. She also co-convened the Second Indigenous World Archaeological Inter-Congress."

She has been a leader in professional development in New Zealand.

Web Resources

Caroline's consultancy web page is here.



Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen 2013. Archaeology at Opita: Three Hundred Years of Continuity and Change. Research in Anthropology and Linguistics, electronic series. Number 5.

Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen (eds) 2010. Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century. One World Archaeology Series, Number 60. Left Coast Press, California.

Phillips, C.A. 2004. Waihou journeys: the archaeology of four hundred years of Maori settlement. Auckland University Press, Auckland. (Reprinted from 2000).

Allen, H., C.A. Phillips, A. Skipper, J. Te Moananui-Waikato, C. Reidy & B. Cook 1994. Taskforce Green/University of Auckland Archaeological Project, Waihou River (1993). Department of Anthropology, University of Auckland.

Refereed Journals & Chapters

Phillips, C. In prep. Temporality in a Maori landscape: The progression of interrelated activities over 400 years in the Hauraki Plain, New Zealand. In U. Rajala & P. Mills (eds). Temporalities to Ceramiscenes: 20 years of Taskscapes. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Phillips, C & A. Ross. 2015. Both sides of the ditch: The ethics of narrating the past in the present. In C. Gnecco & D. Lippert (eds). Ethics and Archaeological Praxis. Springer, New York, pp.27-40.

Allen, H. & C. Phillips 2013. Māori agency in colonial Hauraki: The historical archaeology of Ōpita. In M. Campbell, S. Holdaway & S. Macready (eds). Finding our Recent Past: Historical Archaeology in New Zealand. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 29, Auckland, pp.97-122.

Allen, H. & C. Phillips 2010. Maintaining the dialogue: archaeology, cultural heritage and indigenous communities. In C. Phillips & H. Allen (eds). Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century. One World Archaeology Series. Left Coast Press, California. pp.17-48

Phillips, C. 2010. Working together? Maori and archaeologists in Aotearoa/New Zealand today. In C. Phillips & H. Allen (eds). Bridging the Divide: Indigenous Communities and Archaeology into the 21st Century. One World Archaeology Series. Left Coast Press, California. pp.129-156.

Phillips, C.A. 2004. GIS, landscape analysis, or the cart before the horse? IN van Hove, D. and U. Rajala (eds). A GIS with a view: social interpretations and cultural agents in modelling human perceptive behaviour. Internet Archaeology 16.

Phillips, C.A. & M. Campbell 2004. From settlement patterns to interdisciplinary landscapes in New Zealand. IN Furey, L. and S. Holdaway (eds) Change Through Time: 50 Years of New Zealand Archaeology. New Zealand Archaeological Association Monograph 26. Publishing Press, Auckland. pp 85-104.

Wilmshurst, J.M., T.F. Higham, H. Allen, D. Johns & C. Phillips 2004. Polynesian settlement impacts in northern coastal Taranaki, New Zealand: introduced fauna (Rattus exulans) and translocated flora (Corynocarpus laevigatus). NZ Journal of Ecology, 28(2): 167-79.

Phillips, C.A. 2004. Ethnicity and identity: politically charged issues in Aotearoa/New Zealand. IN Hakenbeck, S.E. and S.G. Matthews (eds). Reconsidering ethnicity: material culture and identity in the past. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 19.2: 84-101.

Phillips, C.A., D. Johns & H. Allen 2002. Why did Māori bury artefacts in the wetlands of pre-contact Aotearoa/New Zealand? Journal of Wetland Archaeology 2:39-60.

Allen, H., D. Johns, C. Phillips, K. Day, T. O'Brien & Ngati Mutunga 2002. Wāhi ngaro (the lost portion): strengthening relationships between people and wetlands in north Taranaki, New Zealand. IN Marshall, Y. (ed.) Community Archaeology. World Archaeology 34 (2). Routledge, London. pp 315-329.

Phillips, C.A. 2000. Post-contact landscapes of change in Hauraki, New Zealand. IN Clarke, A. and R. Torrence (eds) The archaeology of difference: negotiating cross-cultural engagements in Oceania. One World Archaeology 38. Routledge, London. pp 79-103.

Phillips, C.A. 1999. Old boys and female critics: problems of equity for women archaeologists. IN Casey, M., D. Donlan, J. Hope and S. Wellfare (eds) Redefining archaeology: feminist perspectives. ANH Publications.

Phillips, C.A. & R.C. Green 1993. Excavations at the stone walled pa, N15/224. IN D.G. Sutton (ed.) The archaeology of the peripheral pa at Pouerua, Northland, New Zealand. Auckland University Press, Auckland. pp 7-26.

Phillips, C.A & R.C. Green 1991. Further archaeological investigations at the settlement of Waiwhau. Rec. Auckland Inst. Mus. 28:147-183.

Phillips, C.A. 1988. University of Auckland field school excavations at Waiwhau, 1987. NZ Journal of Archaeology. 10:53-72.

Phillips, C.A. 1986. Excavations at Raupa Pa (N53/37) and Waiwhau village (N53/198), Paeroa, New Zealand, in 1984. NZ Journal of Archaeology. 8:89-113.

Other Published Papers

Phillips, C.A. & T. James-Lee 2014. Deriving social events for the Reitmann’s faunal waste. Archaeology in New Zealand. 57 (3):172-7.

Phillips, C.A. 2014. Georectifying oblique photographs at Thames Hospital. Archaeology in New Zealand. 57 (1):25-31.

Phillips, C.A. 2013. Interrogating a building. Archaeology in New Zealand. 56 (2):100-7.

Phillips, C.A., M. O’Keefe, A. Young & M. Low. 2013. Practical Buildings Archaeology. Archaeology in New Zealand. 56 (2):71-2.

Phillips, C.A 2010. Continuing the Dialogue: Remote Sensing - Data and Metadata. Archaeology in New Zealand. 53 (4): 230-231.

Phillips, C.A. 2010. To a mentor and a friend [dedication to Roger Green]. Archaeology in New Zealand. 53 (1): 53-55.

Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen 2006. Damage assessment of Waihou River sites. Archaeology in New Zealand. 49 (2):82-93.

Phillips, C.A. & H. Allen 1996. Anatere Pa, Athenree, Bay of Plenty. Archaeology in New Zealand. 39:284-77.

Green, R.C. & C.A. Phillips 1986. Pouerua project, phase II: the fieldschool excavations at a stone walled pa, N15/224. NZAA Newsletter. 29:29-40.

Phillips, C.A. 1985. Preliminary investigations at Paeroa. NZAA Newsletter. 28:36-40.

Phillips, C.A. 1984. District Scheme Review: Variation No 4 (Proposed Karikari Tourist Resort Zone). Mangonui County Council, Kaitaia.

Phillips, C.A. 1983. The possibilities and practicalities of pa recording. IN A lot of spadework to be done. NZAA Monograph 14:111-127.

Phillips, C.A. 1981. Kawerau site survey 1980-81: an interim report. NZAA Newsletter. 24:179-183.

Phillips, C.A. 1980. Site recording at Pouerua, Bay of Islands. NZAA Newsletter. 23:148-160.

Sutton, D.G. & C.A. Phillips 1980. Construction of a raised rim kumara storage pit. NZAA Newsletter. 23:46-50.