Tiina Manne

Associated Researcher, ICArEHB

Interdisciplinary Center for Archaeology and Evolution of Human Behaviour (ICArEHB)
FCHS, University of Algarve
Campus de Gambelas
8005-139 Faro

Associate Professor of Archaeology, University of Queensland

School of Social Science, Level 3 Michie Building, University of Queensland, St Lucia, QLD 4072, Australia

Other Affiliations

Max Planck Institute for Geoanathropology, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Heritage, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries London


ORCID ID: 0000-0003-2202-791X

Research Interests

Coastal archaeology, climate change, human migrations, zooarchaeology, taphonomy and site formation processes.

Short Bio

Manne holds a BSc Hon (1998) from James Cook University; a MS (2003) from the University of Miami; and a PhD from the University of Arizona (2010). Her PhD research involved reconstructing past diet of peoples occupying the Upper Palaeolithic site of Vale Boi in southern Portugal. In 2012 she returned to Australia and took up a position at the University of Queensland. Her current research seeks to understand the motivations behind the initial colonisation of northern Australia and New Guinea and the manner in which people subsequently navigated large-scale shifts in climate and local environment