Ms. Dinithi Wijesuriya<BR>
Ms. Dinithi Wijesuriya
Lecturer
B.A., (Kelaniya), M.Phil (Kelaniya)
Member- SOSSA - Society of South Asian Studies Association
Member - IAAH – International Association for Asian Studies- Sri Lanka
Student Member- Council of Sri Lankan Archaeologist Society
Member – South Asian Studies Association - USA
Member- ICOMAS Thailand
Member – Royal Asiatic Society of Sri Lanka
dinithiws@yahoo.com

Research Interests:

Industrial Archaeology, Maritime Archaeology, Ethno Archaeology

International Conference Publications

  1. Vaddhas in transition .A case study on Dambana Vadda village in Sri Lanka Conducted by South Asian studies Association SASA International conference, University of Utah, USA. 2014
  2. Cultural heritage Treasure hunting in Sri Lanka. 2 nd International Conference on Social Science 2013 Conducted by the  University of Kelaniya ,Sri Lanka 
  3. An Archaeological and historical legacy : Udugampola sub kingdom conducted by IAfOR. Brighton, Uk  2013
  4. 19th  20th Sri Lankan Society and vintage vehicles Conducted by South Asian studies Association SASA International conference Claremont, Graduate University, Claremont, CA, USA. 2012
  5. An industrial Archaeological study on motor cars used in Sri Lanla. conducted by ICOMAS Thailand International Conferences .Thailand  2011
  6. Old houses Annual Research Symposium Conducted by the Post Graduate Institute of University of  Kelaniya                                               
  7. Heritage tourism, Complexity of land management and Archeological Presentation 2006. Annual Research Symposium Conducted by the Post Graduate Institute of University of Kelaniya
  8. Archeological Heritage in Biyagama Division. Annual Research Symposium in 2006 Conducted by the Post Graduate Institute of University of Kelaniya
  9. Industrial Archaeology and Vintage vehicles in Sri lanka . Annual Research Symposium in 2008 Conducted by the Post Graduate Institute of University of Kelaniya

Academic Journal Articles

  1. The Analytical Study on Regional Expansion of Vintage Motorcars in 19th and  20th Century Sri Lanka.The IAFOR Journal of the Social Sciences: Volume 2 – Issue 1,  2016., ISSN 2187-0640
  2. AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF MOTOR CARS IN RELATION TO THE CAST SYSTEM IN SRI LANKA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE LATE 19TH AND EARLY 20TH CENTURIES,ISBN 978-0-9925622-1-2, Proceedings of the 2015 Australian Academy of Business and Social Sciences ,Page Number: 812 – 824
  3. THE IMPACTS OF TREASURE HUNTING ON CULTURAL HERITAGE IN SRI LANKA.
    2013/11/22,  2 nd International conference on Social Science - 2013 University of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka, Research Centre For Social Sciences.
  4. The study of Body Mass Index (BMI)of school children in Dambana Primary School at Mahiyanganaya, Sri Lanka.2011, Arya Vibushana Felicitation Volume,S Godage Publications,Colombo 10 
  5. Polonnaruwa Industrialization, 2009, Pulathisi Wanshaya, Ministry of Cultural affairs and National heritage Publications, Setsiripaya, Bathtaramulla 
  6. Archaeological Heritage ; damage and illegal trade in Sri Lanka, Archaeologia  Volume III, Published by Department  of Archaeology, University of Kelaniya -2007 
  7. “Kingdom of the Udugampola-Wasundhara Annual   Research Journal Published by Department  of Archaeology, University of Kelaniya -2004 
  8. The study of Deepawansaya” – Wasundhara Annual   Research Journal Published by Department  of Archaeology, University of Kelaniya -2004

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