Dr Timothy Clack

Dr Timothy Clack

Dr Timothy Clack

Timothy Clack MA PhD Manc, FRAS, FRGS is Research Fellow and Lecturer in Archaeology and Anthropology. Tim is an anthropological archaeologist with diverse research and teaching interests.

Tim is an elected fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society, Royal Geographical Society and the Royal Anthropological Institute. He is also holds associate membership of the British Institute in Eastern Africa and the African Studies Centre, University of Oxford.

He has been fortunate in being able to conduct archaeological and anthropological research in the UK, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Borneo. Themes with which he is currently engaged include: archaeology of experience, collective identities, heritage mediation, syncretism and religious fusion, anthropology of conflict, and memory and cultural landscapes.

His primary project is The Mursiland Heritage Project.

Select Publications

Clack, T. A. R. and R. Johnson (eds) 2014. At the End of Military Intervention: Historical, Theoretical and Applied Approaches to Handover, Transition and Withdrawal. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Clack, T. A. R. (ed.) 2009. Culture, History and Identity: Landscapes of Inhabitation in the Mount Kilimanjaro Area, Tanzania. Oxford: B.A.R.
Clack, T. A. R. 2008. Ancestral Roots: Modern Living and Human Evolution. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
Clack, T. A. R. 2007. Memory and the Mountain: Environmental Relations of the Wachagga of Kilimanjaro: Implications for Landscape Archaeology. Oxford: B.A.R.
Clack, T. A. R. and M. Brittain (eds). 2007. Archaeology and the Media. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.