Staff Members

Academic Staff

Anwar Thosibo

Historical Archaeology

Iwan Sumantri

Prehistoric Archaeology

Akin Duli

Prehistoric Archaeology

Khadijah Thahir Muda

Archaeological Conservation

Erni Erawati

Classical Archaeology


Prehistoric Archaeology


Islamic Archaeology

Muhammad Nur

Prehistoric Archaeology


Cultural Resources Management

Yadi Mulyadi

MARITIME Archaeological


Cultural Resources Management

Nur Ihsan D

Conflict Archaeology

H. Jamaluddin


Bahar A. Teng

History of Islamic Civilization

Fredryk Mandey

Organic Chemistry

Muhlis Hadrawi


A. Muh. Akhmar

Literature and Philology

Ilham Alimuddin

Geographic Information System

Supporting Staff


Head of Secretariat

Lukman Hakim

Laboratory Assistant

Satria Karsa


Supporting facilities

Field and research activities are supported by several laboratories either managed independently by the Archaeology Department or by other Departments at Unhas. Research activities of students and academic staff are carried out in the laboratory of the archaeology department and also using other Unhas laboratories at the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, and Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences. Several field activities were held at the Field Geology Campus (eg, Prehistoric Methods and Archaeology courses) and Barrang Lompo Marine Station (Underwater Archaeology courses).

The Archaeology Department carries out its main activities at Kampus Unhas Tamalanrea (one of the three Unhas campuses). Currently, the Archaeology Department has adequate educational and research facilities. Academic and research activities in the Archaeology Department consist of teaching staff rooms, meeting rooms, reading rooms, and classrooms.

The Archaeology Department Unhas manages two classrooms equipped with air conditioning, whiteboards and LCD projectors to support teaching and learning activities. The number of classes is sufficient to accommodate 20 courses that run each semester.

Mandala Majapahit is a study and learning room that stores a collection of artifacts and literature related to the Majapahit Kingdom. inside the room, visitors can get information about Majapahit in the form of artifacts, books, magazines, and other audio-visual media. Through the Majapahit Mandala room, there is hope that the Majapahit heritage will remain sustainable and be known by various circles, especially for the younger generation of Indonesia.