MA (Archaeology) Latrobe University; BA (Hons) History, Melbourne University
Jasmine Scibilia (BA Hons History, Melbourne University; MA Archaeology La Trobe University) has worked as a cultural heritage advisor since 2010. Jasmine’s interest lies in Indigenous history, specifically land rights and Native Title. She had worked with Aboriginal corporations and Traditional Owners across Victoria and Western Australia.
Jasmine is a senior project manager and archaeologist and has worked on a broad range of projects from small developments to large-scale infrastructure projects. She has extensive experience in the managing, reporting and investigation of Aboriginal places and historical sites across Victoria.
Jasmine is currently a member of the Course Advisory Committee- Masters of Archaeology, La Trobe University.
Jasmine’s recent publications include:
Scibilia, J. 2013. Ground Conditions and Survey Outcomes: Atherstone Residential Development Melton South. Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria 2: 85-90.
Kucera, P., Filihia, M. and Scibilia, J. 2015. Revisiting Toolern Creek, Melton South: New Perspectives from recent investigations of Victorian Aboriginal Heritage Register place ‘Atherstone South 6’. Excavations, Surveys and Heritage Management in Victoria 4: 27-34.