Published Works of J. Desmond Clark
BOOKS AND MONOGRAPHS
The Stone Age Cultures of Northern Rhodesia. Cape Town: The South African Archaeological society.
The Victoria Falls and the Batoka Gorge. Livingstone: Northern Rhodesia National Monuments Commission.
The Prehistoric Cultures of the Horn of Africa. London: Cambridge University Press. Reprinted in 1972. New York: Octagon Books.
Clark, J.D. and Cole, S. (eds.) Prehistory: Proceedings of the Third Pan-Africa Congress on Prehistory, Livingstone, 1955. London: Chatto and Windus.
The Prehistory of Southern Africa. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books.
Prehistoric Cultures of Northeast Angola and their sigificance in Tropical Africa. Museu do Dundo, Lisbon: Publicaçôes Culturais, #62. (2 Volumes).
The distribution of prehistoric cultures in Angola. Museu do Dundo, Lisbon: Publicaçôes Culturais #73.
Clark, J.D. and Howell, F.C. (eds.) Recent studies in Palaeoanthropolgy. Special Number of the American Anthropologist. Vol. 68, part 2, no.2.
1967 The Atlas of African Prehistory. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Bishop, W.W. and Clark, J.D. Background to evolution in Africa. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Further Paleoanthropological Studies in Northern Lunda. Museu do Dundo, Lisbon: Publicaçôes Culturais #78.
Kalambo Falls Prehistoric Site, Volume I. London: Cambridge University Press.
The Prehistory of Africa. London: Thames and Hudson; New York, Praeger. Reprinted, 1984 by Greenwood Press, Westport. Translated into Portuguese, Polish, Japanese and Russian. Chapter 2 reprinted 1973 in M. F. Fried (Ed.) Explorations in Archaeology- Readings in Culture, man and Nature. pp. 165-182. New York: Crowell Co.
The Kalambo Falls Prehistoric Site, Volume II. London: Cambridge University Press.
(Ed.) The Cambridge History of Africa, Volume I: From the Earliest times to c. 500 B.C. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Clark, J.D. and Sharma, G.R. (Eds.) Palaeoenvironment and Prehistory in the Middle Son Valley, Madhya Pradesh, north central India. Allahabad: Abinash Prakashan.
Clark, J.D. and Brandt, S.A. From Hunters to Farmers: The Causes and consequences of Food Production in Africa. Berkeley:University of California, Berkeley.
(Ed.) Cultural Beginnings: Approaches to Understanding Early Hominid Lifeways in the African Savanna Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmusem. UISPP 11th Congress, Mainz, 1987.
Aumassip, G., Clark, J. D., and Mori, F. (eds). The Prehistory of Africa: Papers
Presented in Colloquia XXIX and XXX at the XIIIth International Congress on Prehistory and Prehistoric Sciences. Forli: ABACO Edition.
de Heinzelin, J., Clark, J.D., Schick, K.D. and Gilbert, W.H. (eds.) The Acheulean and the Plio-Pleistocene Deposits of the Middle Awash Valley Ethiopia. Royal Museum of Central Africa (Belgium) Annales Sciences Géologiques, Vol. 104.
The Kalambo Falls Prehistoric Site, Volume III. London: Cambridge University Press.
ARTICLES AND PAPERS
Cooke, H.B.S. and Clark, J.D. New fossil elephant remains from the Victoria Falls, Northern Rhodesia and a preliminary note on the geology and archaeology of the deposit. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa. 27 (3): 287-319.
Stone Age Sites in Northern Rhodesia and the possibilities of future research. Occasional Papers of the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. Livingstone. Old Series, No. 1.
The inception and aims of the David Livingstone Memorial Museum, Livingstone, Northern Rhodesia. Museums Journal. 39(1): 13-17
Further excavations (1939) at the Mumbwa Caves, Northern Rhodesia. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa. 29: 133-201
The use of the bored stone in Abyssinia. Man 44: 31-32
Clark, J.D. A Kenya Fauresmith factory and home site at Gondar, northern Abyssinia. Trans. Royal Society of South Africa. 31: 19-27.
Short notes on Stone Age sites at Yavello, southern Abyssinia. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa. 31: 29-37.
Plan for the new Rhodes-Livingstone Museum. South African Museum Association Bulletin. 4(1): 14-18.
Museum as a public service. Journal of the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute. 4:40-41.
Notes on primitive copper production in Central Africa. Copper Development Association Bulletin. January.
Notes on prehistoric sites in the Rhodesias. East Africa and Rhodesia yearbook. London: Union-Castle Mail Steamship company.
How the Victoria Falls were formed. The Northern Rhodesia Information Department Handbook. Lusaka: Northern Rhodesia
In search of Bushmen. Sphere. London.
David Livingstone Memorial at Chitambo's. Northern Rhodesia Journal. 1(1): 24-33.
Clark, J.D., Oakley, K.P., Wells, L.H. and McClelland, J.A.C. New studies on Rhodesia Man. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 77(1): 7-32.
The Newly discovered Nachikufu Culture of Northern Rhodesia and the possible origin of certain elements of the South African Smithfield Culture. Presidential address. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 5(19): 2-15.
A Note on the pre-Bantu inhabitants of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. South African Journal of Science. 47(3): 80-85.
Bushmen hunters of the Barotse forests. Northern Rhodesia Journal. 1(3): 56-65.
Recent prehistoric research in the Somalilands. In: L.S.B. Leakey and S. Cole, (eds.) Proceedings, First Pan-African Congress on Prehistory, Nairobi, 1947. pp. 146-141. Oxford: Blackwell's.
Origin and spelling of the name 'Zambezi.' Northern Rhodesia Journal. 1(6): 69-71.
Dancing masks amongst a negroid people in Somaliland.Man. 53(72): 49-51.
A Note on Bantu iron-smelting. Mufulira Magazine. 2(3):10-12.
Relics of Cecil John Rhodes in the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum. Northern Rhodesia Journal. 2(2): 49-55.
Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, Northern Rhodesia. Rhodesian number of Times Colonial Review. London: July.
The Palaeolithic hunters of Central Africa some 1,000,000 years ago: Their tools and camp sites rectntly discovered near Lake Tanganyika. Illustrated London News. May 29: 917-919
Display of ethnological material in museums with particular reference to that in the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum. South African Museums' Association Bulletin. 5(14): 353-358.
Early Upper Pleistocene site at Kalambo Falls on the Northern Rhodesia/Tanganyika border. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 1954, 9(34): 51-56.
Early man in Northern Rhodesia. Northern Rhodesian Journal. 2(4): 49-59.
History and development of the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum. South African Museums' Association Bulletin. (15): 383-388.
Life and letters of Livingstone (Rhodes-Livingstone Museum). Rhodesian Annual. 1954: 62-63.
Note on experiments in photographing prehistoric rock paintings by ultraviolet light. South African Museums' Association Bulletin. 5(16): 417-421.
Preservation of Palaeolithic sites in the Rhodesias. Archaeological Newsletter. 5(7): 126-127.
Bond, G. and Clark, J.D. Provisional correlation of prehistoric cultures north and south of the Sahara. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 9(33): 3-17.
Quaternary sequence in the Middle Zambezi Valley. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 9(36): 115-130.
Upper Sangoan Industries from northern Nyasaland and the Luangwa Valley; a case of environmental differentiation? South African Journal of Science. 50(8): 201-208.
Environmental and culture contact in prehistoric Africa south of the Sahara. In: L. Balout (ed.) Actes du Congrès Pan-african de Prèhistoire, IIe session, Alger, 1952. pp. 359-365. Paris: Arts et Métiers
The stone ball, its associations and use by prehistoric man in Africa.
In: L. Balout (ed.) Actes du Congrès Pan-african de Prèhistoire, IIe
session, Alger, 1952. pp. 403-407. Paris: Arts et Métiers
Broken Hill Man. Broken Hill School Magazine. Northern Rhodesia.
Clark, J.D. and Toerien, M. J. Human skeletal and cultural material from a deep cave at Chipongwe, Northern Rhodesia. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 10(40): 107-116.
Museums and education. Presidental address for the South African Museums' Association. South African Museums' Association Bulletin. 6(1):15-22.
Northern Rhodesia Excursion Handbook for the Third Pan-African Congress on Prehistory. Lusaka: Government Printer.
A Note on a wooden implement from the level of peat I at Florisbad, Orange Free State. Researches of the National Museum. 1(6):135-141.
Solitary traveler (Livingstone and the Centenary Exhibition). Rhodesian Annual. 1955: 73-75.
Stone Age cultures of Central Africa, part 1. Archaeological Newsletter. 5(11): 211-214.
Stone Age cultures of Central Africa, part 2. Archaeological Newsletter. 5(12): 235-238.
Catalogue to the David Livingstone Centenary Exhibition. Livingstone: Rhodes-Livingstone Museum.
Clark, J.D. David Livingstone Centenary Exhibition and a site museum at the Victoria Falls. South African Museums' Association Bulletin. 6(8): 198-205.
Prehistory in Nyasaland. Nyasaland Journal. 9(1): 92-119.
Early man and the Stone Age in the Federation. Department of Information, Salisbury. Federal Handbook.
A re-examination of the type-site of Magosi, Uganda. In: J.D. Clark and S. Cole (eds.) Prehistory: Proceedings of the Third Pan-African Congress on Prehistory, Livingstone, 1955. pp. 228-241. London: Chatto and Windus.
Prehistoric Research in Northern Rhodesia an Nyasaland.. In: J.D. Clark and S. Cole (eds.) Prehistory: Proceedings of the Third Pan-African Congress on Prehistory, Livingstone, 1955. pp. 412-432. London: Chatto and Windus.
Digging up Rhodesian history. Rhodesian Annual. 1957: 50-53.
Fact and fancy in archaeology. Bulawayo Chronicle. Dec. 23, 1957.
Historical introduction to the tribes of Northern Rhodesia. Northern Rhodesia Police Magazine. 5(2): 7-9.
Importance of distribution maps in the study of prehistoric cultures and the compilation of an Atlas of Prehistory for southern Africa. South African Museums' Association Bulletin. 6(12): 314-320.
Pre-European copper working in south central Africa. Roan Antelope Magazine. 6(5): 12-16.
Rowing. Hillcrest High School Magazine. 2:22-23.
Uncovering the past. Mufulira Magazine. 6(3): 22-27. Reprinted in: Mufulira Magazine as The fascinating search for the past. 6(4): 8-11.
Certain industries of notched and strangulated scrapers in Rhodesia; their time range and possible use. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 13(50): 56.
Chifubwa Stream Rockshelter, Solwezi, Northern Rhodesia. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 13(50): 21-24.
Digging up history. Pamphlet published by the northern Rhodesia National Monuments Commision.
Digging up history. Address to Rotary International, Victoria Falls. Northern Rhodesia Journal. 3(5): 403-412.
Early man in Africa. Scientific American. 199(1): 76-83.
Natural fracture of pebbles from the Batoka Gorge, Northern Rhodesia and its bearing on the Kafuan. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, London. 24:64-77.
Schematic art. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 13(50): 72-75.
Some Stone Age wood-working tools in southern Africa. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 13(52): 144-151.
The Rock Paintings of Norhtrern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. In: R. Summers (ed.) Prehistoric rock art of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. pp. 163-220. Salisbury: National Publications Trust.
Rock engravings of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland. In: R. Summers (ed.) Prehistoric rock art of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland. pp. 231-244. Salisbury: National Publications Trust.
Further explanations at Broken Hill, Northern Rhodesia. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 89(2): 201-232.
(correspondence) Miscellaneous notes on Broken Hill, Mapungubwe and Middle Stone Age stratigraphy. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 14(55): 116.
Reflections on the significance of prehistoric cultural influences in South West Africa. South African Museums' Association Bulletin. 7(2): 37-45.
Equatorial influences in the prehistoric cultures of southern Africa. In: Trabalhos de Anthropologia e Etnologia. Festschrift for Mendes Correa. Sociedade Portuguesa de anthropologia e etnologia. Vol. XVII, pp. 257-265.
A note on early river craft and flishing practices in southeast Africa. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 15(59): 77-79.
Human Ecology in Pleistocene and later times in Africa south of the Sahara. Current Anthropology. 1(4): 307-324.
Research at Kariba. South African Journal of Science. 56(3): 75.
Zimbabwe Ruins. Outlook. 11(4): 10-14.
The Stone Age Culture of Africa. In: Encylopedia Americana. Revision published 1966.
The archaeology of the Horn of Africa. In: Encyclopedia Britannica. Revision published 1964. Later revised in 1971.
Bone harpoons. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 16(64): 151.
Fractured chert specimens from the Lower Pleistocene Bethlehem Beds, Israel. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History), Geology. 5(4): 71-90.
Sites yielding hominid remains in Bed I, Olduvai Gorge. Nature. 189: 903-904.
Beyond South Africa. In: The contribution of C. van Riet Lowe to prehistory in southern Africa. Southern African Archaeological Bulletin. Supplement to 17(65): 68-77.
L'Abbe H. Breuil. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 17(65): 21-22.
The problem of the pebble cultures. Atti del VI Congresso Internazionale dello Scinze Preistoriche e Protostorie. 1: 265-271.
The spread of food-production in sub-Saharan Africa. Journal of African History. 3(2): 211-228.
A Reader on Anthropology, 2nd ed. Edited by Peter B. Hammond. pp. 284-296.
Vegetation patterns, climate and sands in northeastern Angola. In Mortelmans, G. and Nenquin, J. (eds.) Actes du IVe Congres Panafricain de Prehistoire et de l'Etude de Quaternaire. Museé royal de l'Afrique centrale.Sciences Humaines. 40:151-165.
The Kalambo Falls prehistoric site: An interim report. Actes du IVe Congres Panafricain de Prehistoire et de l'Etude de Quaternaire. Museé royal de l'Afrique centrale. Sciences Humaines. 40:195-201.
Carbon 14 chronology in Africa south of the Sahara. Actes du IVe Congres Panafricain de Prehistoire et de l'Etude de Quaternaire. Museé royal de l'Afrique centrale. Sciences Humaines. 40:303-313.
Van Zinderedn Bakker, E.M. and Clark, J.D. Pleistocene climates and cultures in northeastern Angola. Nature. 196(4855): 639-642.
Africa south of the Sahara. In: R.J. Braidwood and G.R. Willey (eds.) Courses Towards Urban Life. Chicago: Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, no. 32. pp 1-33.
Archaeology in sub-Saharan Africa- its contribution and its future. Proceedings of the Federal Science Congress. Salisbury: Rhodesia Scientific Association. pp. 415-520.
Equatorial Africa, Area 12 and East Africa, Area 14. Council for Old World Archaeology Surveys and Bibliographies, no. II to 1961. Reprinted in: Council for Old World Archaeology, Surveys and
Bibliographies, No. II, 1961-1965.
Ecology and culture in African Pleistocene. South African Journal of
Science. 59(7): 353-366.
The Fifth Pan-African Congress on Prehistory, Tenerife. Antiquity. 148:303-306.
The evolution of culture in Africa. The American Naturalist. 97(892): 1-28.
A Stone Age site in the Erongo Mountains, South West Africa. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society. 28:1-17.
Clark, J.D. and Clay, G. Chronology of David Livingstone. Northern Rhodesia Journal. 1963, 5(3):261-267. Reprinted in: David Livingstone 1873-1973. Edited by B.W. Lloyd.
Foreword. In: The Rock Art of Southwest Africa. Edited by A.R. Wilcox. London: Nelson.
Howell, F.C. and Clark, J.D. Acheulian hunter-gathers of sub-Saharan Africa.In: African Ecology and Human Evolution. Edited by Howell and Bourliere. Chicago, IL: Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology, no. 36. pp. 458-533.
Stone vessels from Northern Rhodesia. Man. 2:161-183.
The Prehistoric origins of African culture. Journal of African History. 2:161-183. Reprinted in 1973. In: E.P. Skinner (ed.) Peoples and cultures of Africa. New York: Doubleday for American Museum of Natural History. pp. 34-58.
The influence of environment in inducing culture change at the Kalambo Falls prehistoric site. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 19(76): 93-101.
Clark, J.D. and Van Zinderen Bakker, E.M. Prehistoric culture and Pleistocene vegetation at the Kalambo Falls Northern Rhodesia. Nature. 201(4923): 971- 975.
Prehistoric Man at the Falls: The Native Tribes. Handbook to the Victoria Falls, Revised Chapters for the 2nd edition. Edited by B.M. Fagan. Northern Rhodesia National Monuments Commission.
Changing trends and developing values in African prehistory. African Affairs. Special Number pp. 76-95.
The distribution of prehistoric culture in Angola. In: L.D. Cuscoy (ed.) Actes de Ve Congres Panafricain de Prehistoire et de l'Etude du Quaternaire. Museo arqueologico de Tenerife. 5: 225-309.
The Atlas of African Prehistory: A report of progress. In: L.D. Cuscoy (ed.) Actes de Ve Congres Panafricain de Prehistoire et de l'Etude du Quaternaire. Museo arqueologico de Tenerife. 5: 311-328.
The later Pleistocene cultures of Africa. Science. 160(3698): 833-847.
Charcoals, sands and channel decorated pottery from Northern Rhodesia. American Anthropologist. 67(2): 354-371.
Culture and ecology in prehistoric Africa. In: Ecology and Economic Development in Tropical Africa. Edited by David Brokensha. Berkeley, CA: Institute of International Studies.
Prehistory. In: The African World, A Survey of Social Research. Edited by Lystad. London: Praeger. pp. 1-39.
The Sangoan culture of Equatoria: the implications of its stone equipment. In: Miscellanea en homenaje al Abate Henri Breuil, Vol. 1. Edited by E. Ripoll Perello. pp. 309-325.
Initial investigation of the archaeology of Karonga District, Malawi. American Anthropolgist. 68 2(2): 67-87
Acheulian occupation sites in the Middle East and Africa: A study in cultural variability. American Anthropologist. 68(2): 202-229.
Archaeology in Malawi. Society of Malawi Journal. 19(2):15-26.
Bishop, W.W. and Clark, J.D. Report on the 1965 Symposium Systematic Investigation of the African later Tertiary and Quaternary held at Burg Warteenstein by the Wenner-Gren Foundation. Current Anthropology. 7(2): 253-256.
Clark, J.D., Stephens, E.A. and Coryndon, S.C. Pleistocene fossiliferous lake beds of the Malawi (Nyasa) Rift: A preliminary report. American Anthropologist. 68(2):46-49, 67-87.
Clark, J.D., Cole, G.H., Issac, G. Ll. and Kleindienst, M.R. Precison and definition in African archaeology. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 21, 83(3): 114-121.
Notes on Pine Spring (48 SW 101) and other sites from southern Wyoming. In: Prehistoric Occupation Pattersn in Southwest Wyoming. Edited by Floyd W. Sharrock. University of Utah Anthropology Papers, no. 77. pp. 211-215. Appendix II.1967 Clark, J.D. The Middle Acheulian occupation site at Latamne, northern Syria. Annales Archeologiques de Syrie. Special number pp. 31-74. Reprinted in: Quaternaria. 9:1-68.
Further excavation (1965) at the middle Acheulian occupation site at Latamne, northern Syria: General results, definitions and interpretations. Annales Archeologiques de Syrie. Special number pp. 75-120. Reprinted in: Quaternaria. 10:1-71.
Notes on archaeological work carried out during 1966 in northern Malawi. Society of Malawi Journal. 20(2):12-16.
Report of the Archaeology Committee of the African Studies Association for the year 1966/7. African Studies Bulletin., 33-38.
The Portuguese settlement at Feira. Northern Rhodesia Journal. 3:275-292.
The position of research in African archaeology: future developments and needs. African Studies Bulletin. 10-17.
African studies at Berkeley. Brochure for The Institute of International Sudies. Berkeley.
Archaeological Studies. Africa in the Wider World. Edited by D. Brokensha and M. Crowder. New York, NY: Pergamon Press. pp. 70-84.
The problem of Neolithic culture in sub-Saharan Africa. In: Background to Evolution in Africa. Edited by Bishop and Clark. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. pp. 601-627.
A record of early agriculture and metallurgy in Africa from archaeological sources. Reconstructing African Culture History. Edited by W.C. Gabel and N.R. Bennet. Boston, MA: Boston University Press. 3-24.
Zambia. Catalogue of Fossil Hominids. Edited by K.P. Oakley and B.G. Campbell. London: British Museum of Natural History. pp. 122-125.
The Prehistoric Origins of African Culture. Journal of African History. 5(2):161-182. Reprinted in: Readings in Anthropology, 2nd ed. Edited by Morton H. Fried. New York, NY: Corwell Co. 467-490. Bobbs-Merrill Company.
Clark, J.D., Brothwell, D.R., Powers, R. and Oakley, K.P. Rhodesian Man: Notes on a new femur fragment. Man. 3(1): 106-111.
Old World Prehistoric Societies. In: International Encyclopaedia of the Social Sciences, Vol. 7. New York, NY: Macmillan and Free Press. pp. 9-15.
Studies of hunter-gatherers as an aid to the interpretation of prehistoric societies. In: Man the Hunter. Edited by R.B. Lee and I. DeVore. Chicago. 1968, pp. 276-280.
Report of the Archaeology Committee of the African Sudies Association for the year 1966/67. African Studies Bulletin. 11(1): 33-38
Report to UNESCO on a survey (1968) of the antiquiteis of Malawi and the organisation of an Antiquiteis Programme. UNESCO Consultant Reports, mimeograph.
The Middle Acheulian occupation site at Latamne, norhtern Syria. Further excavations (1965): General results, definition and interpretation. Quaternaria. 10: 1-71
Digging for History. Society of Malawi Journal. 22(1): 52-64.
Clark, J.D. and Haynes, C.V. An elephant butchery site at Mwanganda's village, Karonga, Malawi and its relevance for palaeolithic archaeology. World Archaeology. 1(3): 390-411. Reprinted in: An Elephant Butchery Site at Mwanganda's village, Karonga, Malawi and its Relevance for Palaeolithic
Archaeology. Reprint Series in Archaeology. Warner Modular Publication, Ltd., 1973
Clark, J.D., Haynes, C.V., Mawby J.E. and Gautier, A. Interim report on palaeo-
anthropological investigations in the Lake Malawi Rift. Quaternaria. 13: 305-
VIth Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, Dakar, December 1967. In: Palaeo-ecology of Africa, IV. Edited by E.M. van Zinderen Bakker and Balkema. Cape Town. pp. 109-114.
Interim report on the archaeology of the Malawi, Rungwe and southern Rukwa regions. Quaternaria. 13: 331-354
Research in African Prehistory, 1966-7 and the Programme at Berkeley. Palaeo-ecology of Africa, IV. Edited by E.M. van Zinderen Bakker and Balkema. Cape Town. pp. 133-136.
Human behavioral differences in southern African during the later Pleistocene. American Anthropologist. 73(5): 1211-1236.
Problems of archaeological nomenclature and definition in the Congo Basin. South African Archaeological Bulletin. 26: 67-78.
Report on the present state of research in Angola and Mozambique. Bulletin of African Studies Association of the United Kingdom. Special issue 6- 8.
Clark, J.D. and Wendorf, F. The Implications of Nile Prehistory for Africa and the Levant. Report of a conference organized by J. Desmond Clark and F. Wendorf. Current Anthropology. 12(3): 408-411.
Davidson, C.C., Giauque, R.D. and Clark, J.D. Two chemical groups of dichroic
beads from West Africa. Man. 6(4): 645-659.
Hall, D.N., Williams, M.A.J., Clark, J.D., et. al. An archaeological survey of northern Air and Tenere , In the British Expedition to the Air Mountains. Geological Journal. 1971, 137(4): 445-467.
A re-examination of the evidence for agricultural origins in the Nile Valley. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, no. 37. pp. 34-79.
Note on 'The Ounanien'. Encyclopedie Berbere.
The archaeological project: Preliminary report. Science in the Sahara: British Expedition to the Air Mountains. Edited by D.N. Hall. pp. 9-12.
African Beginnings. History of Africa. New York, NY: American Heritage Publishing Company. pp. 16-32.
African Prehistory: Opportunities for collaboration between archaeologists, ethnographers and linguists. In: Language and History in Africa. Edited by D. Dalby. London: Frank Cass. pp. 1-19.
Discussion and criticism on "Wilkinson's Model for Man-Animal Relationships in Prehistory". Current Anthropology. 13(2): 283-284.
Mobility and Settlement Patterns in Sub-Saharan Africa: A comparison of late prehistoric hunter-gatherers and early agricultural occupation units. In: Man, Settlement and Urbanism. Edited by P.J. Ucko and R. Tringham. Proceedings of a meeting of the Research Seminar in Archaeology and Related Subjects, held at the Institute of Archaeology, London University, April 1972. London: Duckworth.
Paleolithic Butchery Practices. In: Man, Settlement and Urbanism. Edited by P.J. Ucko and R. Tringham. Proceedings of a meeting of the Research Seminar in Archaeology and Related Subjects, held at the Institute of Archaeology, London University, April 1972. London: Duckworth. pp. 149-
Prehistoric Origins. In: The Early History of Malawi. Edited by B. Pachai. London: Longman's. pp. 17-28.
Archaeological investigation of a painted rockshelter at Mwana wa Chencherere, north of Dedza, central Malawi. Society of Malawi Journal. 26(1): 28-46.
The University of Californa, Berkeley, Expedition to the Central Sudan. Nyame Akuma. 3: 56-64
Problems of archaeological nomenclature and definition in the Congo Basin. Papers in the Proceedings of the VIth Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies Dakar, 1967. Edited by H.J. Hugot.564-582.
The emergence of man the toolmaker. Explorations in Archaeology - Readings in Culture, Man and Nature. Edited by Morton F. Fried. New York. pp. 165-182. Originally Chapter 2 of The Prehistory of Africa, by J. Desmond Clark. New York, NY: Praegers, 1970.
Details on Malawi. Expedition to the central Sudan. Nyame Akuma. The Revised Catalogue of Fossil Hominids. Edited by K.P. Oakley. Berkeley, CA: The University of California, Berkeley. 3: 56-64.
Clark, J.D., Haynes, C.V. and Mawby, J.E. Paleo-anthropological investigations in the Lake Malawi Rift (1965-66): An interim report. Papers in the Proceedings of the VIth Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, Dakar, 1967. Edited by H.J. Hugot. pp. 513-530.
Clark, J.D., Williams, M.A.J. and Smith, A.B. The geomorphology and archaeology of Adrar Bous, Central Sahara: A preliminary report. Quaternaria. 17: 245-297
James Harvey Chaplin. Azania. 9: vii-viii.
Davidson, C.C. and Clark, J.D. Trade Wind Beads: An interim report of chemical studies. Azania. 9:75-86.
Adamson, D., Clark, J.D. and Williams, M.A.J. Barbed bone points from Central Sudan and the age of the 'Early Khartoum' tradition. Nature. 249: 120-123.
Memoir of Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey, 1903-1972. Proceedings of the British Academy, LIX. pp. 3-27. Reprinted in: Human Origins. Edited by G. Ll. Isaac and E.R. McCown. Staples Press, W.A. Benjamin Inc. 1976 pp. 521-541.
Clark, J.D., Butzer, K.W. and Cooke, H.B.S. The Geology, Archaeology and Fossil Mammals of the Cornelia Beds. O.F.S. Memoirs of the National Museum, Bloemfontein, O.F.S. no. 9.
Clark, J.D. African in Prehistory: Peripheral or Paramount? R.A.I Huxley
Memorial Lecture, Nov. 7, 1974. Man, n.s. 10: 175-198.
1975 Clark, J.D. and Stemler, A. Early domemsticated sorghum from the central
Sudan. Nature. 254(5501): 588-591.
1975 Clark, J.D. Problems in Prehistory: North Africa and the Levant.
Papers presented at a Conference, December 5-8, 1973, Conference Overview.
Edited by F. Wendorf and A.E. Marks. Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist
University Press. 1975, pp. 459-462.
1975 Clark, J.D. Stone Age Man at the Victoria Falls. Mosa-oa-Tunya: A Handbook
to the Victoria Falls Region, 3rd ed. London. pp. 28-47. The first edition of
the book was edited by J. Desmond Clark in 1952.
1975 Williams, M.A.J., Clark, J.D., Adamson, D.A. and Gillespie, R. Recent
Quaternary research in Central Sudan. Bulletin de Laison: Association
Sénégalaise pour l'Etude du Quaternaire Africa. 46: 75-76.
Davidson, C.C. and Clark, J.D. Transvaal Heirloom Beads and Rhodesian
Archaeological Sites. African Studies. 35(2): 123-137.
The Pan-African Congress Commission on the Atlas of African Prehistory. Nyame Akuma. 8:2-10.
Recent archaeological research in southwestern Ethiopia: Some preliminary results. Nyame Akuma. 8: 14-23
Clark, J.D. and Williams, M.A.J. Prehistory and Quaternary environments in central Sudan. Palaeoecology. 1976, 9:52-53.
Clark, J.D., Phillips, J.L. and Staley, P.S. Ancient Egyptian Bows and Arrows and their relevance for African Prehistory. Paleorient. 2: 323-388.
A comparison of the Late Acheulian industries of Africa and the Middle East. In: After the Australopithecines. Edited by L.W. Butzer and G. Ll. Isaac. World Anthropology Series. Mouton: The Hague. pp. 605-659.
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Porc Epic Cave, Dare Dawa. L'Ethiopie avant l'Histoire, Vol. 1.CNRS. pp. 79-80.
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The domestication process in sub-Saharan Africa with special reference to Ethiopia. In: Origine de l'elevage et de la domestication. Nice: Pretirage, Colloque XX. IXe Congress Pre- and Proto-historical Sciences, pp. 56-115.
Clark, J.D. and Kurashina, H. New Plio-Pleistocene Archaeological Occurrences from the Plain of Gadeb, Upper Webi Shebele basin, Ethiopia, and a Statistical Comparison of the Gadeb Sites with Other Early Stone Age Assemblages. In: Les Plus Anciennes Industries en Afrique: The Earlier Industries of Africa. Edited by J.D. Clark and G. Ll. Isaac. Nice: Pretirage, Colloque V. IXe
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Prehistory and Quaternary Environments in southern Afar and on the Arussi-Hara Plateau, Ethiopia. In: Palaeoecology of Africa, Vol. IX. Edited by E.M. van Zinderen Bakker. Cape Town. pp. 98-100.
Carter, P.L. and Clark, J.D. Adrar Bous and African Cattle. In: Proceedings of the VIIth Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, Addis Ababa, 1971. Edited by Berhanou Abebe. Addis Ababa. pp. 487-493.
Malawi. In: K.P. Oakley and I.I Molleson (eds.) The revised catalogue of fossil hominids. London: Trustees of the British Museum. pp.69-71.
Prehistoric arrow forms in Africa as shown by surviving examples of the traditional arrows of the San Bushmen. Paléorient 3: 127-149.
Clark, J.D., Kleindienst, M.K. and Lee, C. Amino acids in fossil woods. Nature. 267:468.
Bone tools of the earlier Pleistocene. In: Memorial Volume for Moshe Stekelis. Edited by B. Arensburg and Ofer Bar-Yosef. Hebrew University of Jerusalem. pp. 23-27.
Clark, J.D., Oakley, K.P., Andrews, P. and Keeley, L.H. A Re-appraisal of the Clacton Spearpoint. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society, no. 43. pp. 13-30.
Clark, J.D. and Williams, M.A.J. Recent archaeological research in south-eastern
Ethiopia (1974-1975): Some preliminary results. Annales d'Ethiopie. 9:19-44.
Palaeolithic research and human origins with particular reference to Africa: Where do we go from here? Anthropology for the Future. Edited by D.B. Shimkin, Sol Tax, J.W. Morrison. Urbana. pp. 48-56.
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Clark, J.D., Williams, M.A.J. Plio-Pleistocene environments in south-central Ethiopia. In: Paleoecology of Africa and the Surrounding Islands. Edited by E.M. Van Zinderen Bakker and J.A. Coetzee. 10/11: 145-149.
Clark, J.D. and Prince, E.R. Use wear on Later Stone Age microliths from Laga Oda, Haraghi, Ethiopia and possible functional interpretations. Azania. 13:101-110.
Memorial to Robert Fleming Heizer (1915-1979). Journal of
California and Great Basin Anthropology. 1(2): 240-245.
Clark, J.D. and Kurashina, H. An analysis of Earlier Stone Age bifaces from Gadeb (Locality 8E), Northern Bale Highlands, Ethiopia. South African Archaeology Bulletin. 34: 93-109.
Clark, J.D. and Kurashina, H. Hominid occupation of the east-central highlands of Ethiopia in the Plio-Pleistocene. Nature. 282: 33-39.
Radiocarbon dating and African archaeology. In: Radiocarbon Dating. Edited by R. Berger and H.E. Suess. University of California Press. 1979, pp. 7-31.
Obituary, Robert Fleming Heizer, 1915-1979. Nature. 283:118.
Raw material and African lithic technology. Man and Environment. 4:44-55.
The middle Stone Age: The antiquity of Man. L.S.B. Leakey Foundation News. 16:1 & 16.
Early human occupation of savanna environments in Africa with particular reference to the Sudanic zone. Human Ecology in Savanna Environments. Edited by D.R. Harris. Academic Press. pp. 41-71.
Human populations and cultural adaptation in the Sahara and Nile during prehistoric times. The Sahara and the Nile. Edited by M.A.J. Williams and H. Faure. Rotterdam: Balkema. pp. 527-582.
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Louis Seymour Bazett Leakey, 1903-1972: A memoir. Proceedings of the 8th Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, Nairobi, 1977. Edited by R.E.F. Leakey and B.A. Ogot. Nairobi. pp. 12.
The Plio-Pleistocene environmental and cultural sequence at Gadeb, northern Bale, Ethiopia. Proceedings of the 8th Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, Nairobi, 1977. Edited by R.E.F. Leakey and B.A. Ogot. Nairobi. pp. 189-193.
The origins of domestication in Ethiopia. Proceedings of the 8th Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Quaternary Studies, Nairobi, 1977. Edited by R.E.F. Leakey and B.A. Ogot. Nairobi. pp. 3-5.
Clark, J.D. and Kurashina, H. New Plio-Pleistocene Archaeological Occurrences from the Plain of Gadeb, Upper Webi Shebele basin, Ethiopia, and a Statistical Comparison of the Gadeb Sites with Other East African Assemblages. Homo erectus and his time, Vol. I. Edited by J. Jelinek. Brno: Anthropos Inst. Moravian. pp. 161-187.
Clark, J.D., Barbetti, M.,Williams, F.M. and Williams, M.A.J. Palaeomagnetism and the search for very ancient fireplaces in Africa. Homo Erectus and His Time, Vol. I. Edited by J. Jelinek. Brno: Anthropos Inst. Moravian Museum. pp. 299-304.
Tools and ourselves: An African legacy. 17th Annual Raymond Dart
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Ethno-archaeology in Ethiopia and its relevance for archaeological interpretations. In: C. Roubet, H.J. Hugot and G. Souville (eds.) Festschrift for Professor L. Balout. Recherche sur les grands civilisations, synthèse No. 6: 69-79. Paris: Editions, A.D.P.F.
Ethnographic archaeology and a possible use for the stone bowls of the East African Neolithic tradition. Melanges Mauny, Festschrift for Professor R. Mauny. Edited by J.-P. Chretien et. al. Paris. pp. 143-154.
Prehistory in southern Africa. General History of Africa. Edited by J. Ki-Zerbo. Paris: UNESCO. pp. 487-529.
Clark, J.D. and Kurashina, H. Ethno-archaeology in Ethiopia: A case study and its relevance for archaeological interpretation. Material Culture. Edited by R. Gould, M. Schiffer, W. Rothje, and P. Motenon. Academic Press. pp. 303-321.
Our roots in time: Significant new hominid discoveries. L.S.B. Leakey Foundation News. 23:1 & 17-19.
Report on a visit to Palaeolithic sites in Korea. Munwhajai (Cultural Properties). 15:127-33 (Korean text); 134-40 (English text).
Clark, J.D., Assefa, G. and Williams, M.A.J. Late Cenozoic history and archaeology of the Upper Webi Shebele basin, east-central Ethiopia. SINET: Ethiopian Journal of Science. 5(1): 27-46.
Charles Brian Montague McBurney, 1914-1979. Proceedings of the British Academy, LXVI (1980): 455-461.
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The cultures of the Middle Palaeolithic/Middle Stone Age. Cambridge History of Africa, Vol I: From the earliest times to c. 500 BC.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 248-341.
Burning questions (Man's first use of fire) in Japanese. Asahi Science Magazine. 11: 32-35.
Clark, J.D. and Harris, J.W.K. Results of archaeological research in the Middle Awash, Ethiopia - 1981 field season. Nyame Akuma. 22: 6-9.
Clark, J.D. with J.M. Kenoyer, J.N. Pal and G.R. Sharma. An Upper Palaeolithic shrine in India? Antiquity, 57: 88-94.
Clark, J.D. with J.M. Kenoyer, J.N. Pal and G.R. Sharma. Baghor I: A possible Upper Palaeolithic shrine in central India. Anthroquest, 25: 1, 11-14.
New men, strange faces, other minds: An archaeologist's perspective on recent discoveries relating to the origin and spread of modern man. Proceedings of the British Academy, LXVII (1981): 163-192.
The significance of culture change in the early Later Pleistocene in northern and southern Sahara. The Mousterian Legacy. Edited by Erik Trinkaus. BAR International Series. 164: 1-11.
1981 Middle Awash Discoveries (in French). L'Anthropologie,88(1): 129-130.
Old Stone tools and recent knappers: Late Pleistocene stone technology and current flaking techniques in the Zaire basin. Journal of the National Museums and Monuments of Zimbabwe. Special number in honor of Dr. G. Caton Thompson, pp.8-22.
The 9th Pan-African Congress on Prehistory and Related Studies, Jos, Nigeria, 11-17 December, 1984. Nyame Akuma. 23:1-4. Reprinted in: Anthroquest. 1984, 28:20
The way we were: speculating and accumulating; new approaches to the study of early human living. Anthroquest. 30:1 & 18-19.
Clark, J.D., Asfaw, B, Assefa, G., Harris, J.W.K.,Kurashina, H., Walter, R.C. White, T.D. and Williams, M.A.J. Paleoanthropological discoveries in the Middle Awash Valley, Ethiopia. Nature. 307:423-428.
Clark, J.D., Williamson, K.D., Michels, J.M. and Marean, C.A..A Middle Stone Age occupation site at Porc Epic cave, Dire Dawa (east-central Ethiopia). The African Archaeological Review. 2:37-71.
Cultural evolution in the Plio-Pleistocene: A review of the African evidence. Volume d'hommage au geologue G. Zbyszewski, Editions Recherche sur les Civilisations. Paris. pp. 343-351.
Prehistoric cultural continuity and economic change in the central Sudan in the early Holocene. From Hunters to Farmers: The Causes and Consequences of Food Production in Africa. Edited by J.D. Clark and S.A. Brandt. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press. pp. 113-126.
The domestication process in northeast Africa: Ecological change and adaptive strategies. Origin and Early Development of Food-Producing Cultures in North-Eastern Africa. Edited by L. Krzyzaniak and M. Kobusiewicz. Poznan: Polish Academy of Sciences. pp. 25-41.1984 Clark, J.D. Epilogue. Origin and Early Development of Food-Producing Cultures in North-Eastern Africa. Edited by L. Krzyzaniak and M. Kobusiewicz. Poznan: Polish Academy of Sciences.
Introduction to D.C. Crader, Hunters in Iron Age Malawi: The zooarchaeology of Chencherere rockshelter. (#21. xv-xlx) Malawi Government. Ministry of Education and Culture, Dept. of Antiquities Publication.
Mary Leakey: A tribute. Anthroquest. 31:12-13.
Clark, J.D. and Harris, J.W.K. Fire and its roles in early hominid lifeways. The
African Archaeological Review. 3:3-27.
Leaving no stone upturned: Archaeological advances and behavioral adaptation. In: Hominid Evolution: Past, Present and Future. Edited by P.V. Tobias. New York, NY: Liss. pp. 65-88.
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The microlithic industries of Africa: Their antiquity and possible economic implications. In: Recent Advances in Indo-Pacific Prehistory. Edited by V.N. Misra and P. Bellwood. Oxford; Oxford IBH Publishing Co. pp. 95-104.
Glynn Isaac, 1937-1985. Antiquity. 60(228): 55-6.
Glyn Llywelyn Isaac, 1937-1985: A personal appreciation and assessment. African Archaeological Review. 4: 7-19
Charles Brian Montague McBurney (1914-1979): An appreciation. In: Stone Age Prehistory. Edited by G.N. Bailey and P. Callow. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 7-25.
Archaeological retrospect 10. Antiquity. 60: 179-188.
Cultural evolution in the Plio-Pleistocene. E.E. Smith Museum Bulletin. 4(1): 4-8
Clark, J.D. and Williams, M.A.J. Palaeoenvironments and prehistory in north central India: A preliminary report. IN: J. Jacobson (ed.). Studies in the Archaeology of India and Pakistan: 19-41. New Delhi and Oxford: IBH Publishing Co.
Clark, J.D. Fred Wendorf: A critical assessment of his career in and contribution
to North African Prehistory. In: A.E. Close (ed.) Prehistory of Arid North
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Blood from Stones. David Skomp Distinguished Lectures in Anthropology. Indiana University
Adamson, D.A., Clark, J.D. and Willliams, M.A.J. Pottery tempered with sponge from the White Nile, Sudan. African Archaeological Review. 5: 115-127.
Transitions: Homo erectus and the Acheulian: the Ethiopian sites of Gadeb and the Middle Awash. Journal of Human Evolution, 16: 809-826.
A Unique Record of the Past: an Appreciation of the Work of Professor E. M.Van Zinderen Bakker. Palaeoecology of Africa, 18:xxiii-xxvi.
The Middle Stone Age of East Africa and the Beginnings of Regional Identity. Journal of World Prehistory, 2(3): 235-305.
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A Review of the Archaeological Evidence for the Origins of Food Production in Ethiopia. In (Taddese Beyene ed) Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, vol.1, pp.55-69. Addis Ababa: Institute of Ethiopian Studies.
Le Origini della Societa Umana. Archeo, 43:74-79.
Clark, J. D. and Schick, K. D. Report on a Recent Study Tour of Palaeolithic Sites in Northern China. Journal of Human Evolution, 17:439-448.
Brain, C. K., Churcher, C. S., Clark, J. D., Grine, F. E., Shipman, P., Susman, R. L., Turner, A., and Watson, V. New Evidence of Early Hominids, their Culture and Environment from the Swartkrans Cave, South Africa. South African Journal of Science, 84:828-35.
The Origins and Spread of Modern Humans: a Broad Perspective on
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Traditional Temporary Structures as Clues to Prehistoric Dwelling and Settlement Patterns. In (N. AlSayyad and J. P. Bourdier, Eds.) Traditional Dwellings and Settlements: Working Paper Studies, pp.1-15. Berkeley: Center for Environmental Design Research.
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La Fiamma delluomo. Archeo, 47:41-47.
Clark, J.D. Keith Radcliffe Robinson (1904-1988): An Appreciation. The Digging Stick, (South African Archaeological Society), 6(1):5-6.
Shabona: An Early Khartoum Settlement on the White Nile. In (L Krzyzaniak, Ed.) The Late Prehistory of the Nile Basin and the Sahara, pp.387-410. Poznan: Poznan Archaeological Museum.
Clark, J. D. and Khanna, G. s. The Site of Kunjhun II, Middle Son Valley, and its Relevance for the Neolithic of Central India. In (J. M. Kenoyer, Ed.) Old Problems and New Prespectives in theArchaeology of South Asia, pp. 29-46. Madison: Wisconsin Archaeological Reports, vol.2.,Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin.1990 Clark, J.D. The Biennial Conference of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists. Nyame Akuma, 33:40-44.
True Common Heritage: The significance of hunter/gatherer societies for human evolution. Inaugural Mulvaney Lecture, Australian National University, Canberra.
Why Change? An Example of the Technology from Indias Enduring Past. Deccan College Bulletin, Sankalia Memorial, Poona. 49:83-98.
A Personal Memoir. In (P. Robertshaw, Ed.) A History of African Archaeology, pp. 189-204. London: James Currey.
The Field of Anthropology: A Commentary. Crosscurrents, 4:49-53.
Les assemblages dartefacts lithiques de Swartkrans, Transvaal, Afrique du Sud. LAnthropologie, 94(2):195-210.
Unora per face unascia che valeva una moglie. Scienza, 43:23.
Cosi si falascia neolitica. Il Gazzettino Cultura, p.4.
Clark, J. D. and Williams, M. A. J. Prehistoric Ecology, Resource Strategies, and Cultural Change in the Son Valley, Northern Madhya Pradesh, Central India. Man and Evolution, XV(1):15-24.
Stone Artifact Assemblages from Swartkrans, Transvaal, South Africa. In (J. D. Clark, Ed.) Cultural Beginnings: Approaches to Understanding Early Hominid Lifeways in the African Savanna. pp. 137-158. UISPP 11th Congress, Mainz,1987. Bonn: Dr. Rudolf Habelt Gmott.
The Earliest Cultural Evidence of Hominids in South Central Africa. In (G. H. Sperber, ed.) From Apes to Angels: Essays in Honor of Phillip V. Tobias, pp.1-15. New York: Alan R. Liss.
Early Copper Mining and Smithing Methods on the Zambezi/congo Watershed. In (H. Thoen et. al., Eds.) Liber Amicorum Jacques A. E. Nenguin, pp. 7-13. Seminaire voor Archeologie Universiteit Gent.
Clark, J. D. and Howell, F. C. Retrospective and Prospective. Journal of Anthropological Research, 47(2):279-283.
Ligabue, G. and Clark, J. D. Stone Age Survivors. Prestige Magazine, 4(1):67-71, and Orient Express Magazine, 8(1):67-71.
Schick, K., Toth, N., Qi, W., Clark, J. D., and Etler, D. Archaeological Perspectives in the Nihewan Basin, China. Journal of Human Evolution, 21:13-26.
African and Asian Perspectives on the Origins of Modern Humans. Phil. Trans. R.
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The Earlier Stone Age/Lower Paleolithic in North Africa and the Sahara. In (F. Klees and R. Kuper, Eds) New Light on the Northeast African Past, pp.17-37. African Praehistorica, 5. Koln: Heinrich Barth Institut.
The Antecedents and Origins of Chinese Civilization: Joint Research at Nihewan. China Exchange News, 20(2):7-11.
Toth, N., Clark, J. D., and G. Ligabue. The Last Stone Axe Makers. Scientific American, 267(1): 88-93.
Distinguished Lecture: Coming into Focus. American Anthropologist, 95(4): 823-838.
Stone Artifact Assemblages from Members 1-3, Swartkrans Cave. In (C. K. Brain, Ed.) Swartkrans: A Caves Chronicle of Early Man, pp. 167-194. Pretoria: Transvaal Museum Monograph vol. 8.
The Aterian of the Central Sahara. In (L. Krzyzaniak, M. Kobusiewicz, and J. Alexander, Eds.) Environmental Change and Human Culture in Northern Africa Until the Second Millennium BC. pp. 49-67. Poznan.
Personal Reminiscences of Ray Inskeep in Northern Rhodesia (Zambia) 1957-1959. South African Archaeological Bulletin, 48:113-114.
White, T. D., Suwa, G., Hart, W. K., Walter, R. C., Gidey WoldeGabriel, de Heinzellin, J., Clark, J. D., Berhane Asfaw. and Vrba, E. New Discoveries of Australopithecus at Maka in Ethiopia. Nature, 366:261-265.
The Acheulian Industrial Complex in Africa and Elsewhere. In (R. S. Corruccini and R. L. Ciochon, Eds) Intergrative Paths to the Past: Paleoanthropological Advances in Honor of F, Clark Howell, pp. 451-469. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice Hall.
Digging On: A Personal Record and Appraisal of Archaeological Research in Africa and Elsewhere. Annual Review of Anthropology, 23:1-23.
Africa from the Appearance of Homo sapiens to the Beginning of Food Production. In (S. J. de Laet et. al., eds.) History of Humanity, vol. 1, Prehistory and the Beginnings of Civilization, pp.191-206. Paris: UNESCO.
Clark, J. C., de Heinzelin, J., Schick, K. D., Hart, W. K., White, T. D., Gidey WoldeGabriel., Walter, R. C., Suwa, G., Birhane Asfaw., Vrba, E., and Yohannes Haile-Selassie. African Homo erectus: Old Radiometric Ages and Young Oldowan Assemblages in the Middle Awash Valley, Ethiopia. Science,
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South African Archaeological Bulletin, 50:168-174.
Introduction to Research on the Chiwondo Beds, Northern Malawi. Journal of Human Evolution, 28:3-5.
Fei, X., Jun, L., Clark, J.D., Toth, N. and Schick, K.D. The refitting studies applied in the comprehensive analysis of the Cenjiawan Site Chinese Archaeology. I Gen. No. 16: 25-38 (In Chinese).
Mary Leakey: the International Archaeologist from Africa. Kaupia, 6:1-5.
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African Archaeology Today: Needs and Directions. In (B. R. Barich and M. C. Gatto, Eds.) Dynamics of Populations: Movements and Responses to Climatic Change in Africa, pp. 11-14. Rome: Forum forAfrican Archaeology and Cultural History, Bonsignore Editore.
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The Prehistoric Rock Paintings in the Lower Rock Shelter at Laga Oda, HararProvince, Ethiopia.Rivista di Scienze Preistoriche, XLIX: 231-233.
Before Food Production in North Africa: Overview and Discussion. In (S. di Lerina and G. Manzi, eds.) Before Food Production in North Africa, pp.165-177. Forli: XII International Congress on Pre and Proto Historical Sciences, Forli (Italy): ABACO Edition.
Cultural Continuity and Change in Hominid Behaviour in Africa During the Middle to Upper Pleistocene Transition. In (H. Ulrich, ed.) Hominid Evolution: Lifestyles and Survival Strategies, pp.277-292. Gelsenkirchen: Edition Archaea.
Grahame Clark and World Prehistory: A Personal Perspective. World Prehistory. Studies in Memory of Grahame Clark (J. Coles, R. Bewley and P. Mellars, eds.) Proceedings of the British Academy, 99:1-10.
De Heinzelin, J., Clark, J. D., White, T. D., Hart, W., Renne, P., Gidey WoldeGabriel, Yonas Beyene, and Vrba, E. Environment and Behavior of 2.5-Million-Year-Old Bouri Hominids. Science, 284:625-635.
Professor G. R. Sharma: A Memorial Tribute. In (S. C. Bhattacharya et. al., Eds.) Peeping Through the Past: Prof. G. R. Sharma Memorial Volume, pp.13-18. Allahabad: University of Allahabad, Department of Ancient History, Culture, and Archaeology.
Ecological and Behavioral Implications of the Siting of Middle Stone Age Rockshelter and Cave Settlements in Africa. In (N. J. Conard ED) Settlement Dynamics of the Middle Paleolithic and Middle Stone Age, pp.91-98. Tubingen: Kerns Verlag.
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Mary Douglas Leakey, 1993-1996. Proceedings of the British Academy, 111: 595-614.
Clark, J. D. and Brown, K. S. The Twin Rivers Kopje, Zambia: Stratigraphy, Fauna, and Artefact Assemblages from the 1954 and 1956 Excavations. Journal of Archaeological Science, 28:305-330.
The Prehistory of the Transval, by R. Mason. Man 64: 123-124
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Lost Worlds of Africa, by James Wellard, New York: Dutton. For: The Catholic World.
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Excavations at Sanga (1957) The Protohistoric necropolis, by J. Nenquin. Musee royal de lAfrique centrale, Tervuren, Belgium, Sciences humaines, no. 45.
The Archaeology of Early Man, by J.M. Coles and E.S. Higgs. London: Faber. Antiquity. 44 156-159
Fossil Vertebrates of Africa, Vol.I. edited by L.S.B. Leakey: Man 6: 403-405.
Igbo-Ukwu (2 volumes), Institute of African Studies, Ibadan, by C. Thurstan Shaw. Man. 6: 403-405
University of Colorado Investigations of Palaeolithic and Epi-Paleolithic sites in the Sudan, Africa, by H.T. Irwin, J.B. Wheat and L.F. Irwin. American Anthropologist, 73 (2): 429-431
Le Sahara avant le désert, by H.J. Hugot, Toulouse. African Arts. 9: 74-77. U.C.L.A. Center for African Studies.
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The identity of man as seen by an archaeologist, by J.G.D. Clark. London: Methuen. Society of Antiquaries Journal. 65(1): 143-144
Ancient Egypt: A social history, by B.G. Trigger, B.J. Kemp, D. OConnor and A.B. Lloyd. Cambridge University Press. Society of Antiquaries Journal, 65(1): 151-152.
Academic Freedom and apartheid: The Story of the World Archaeology Congress, by P. J. Ucko. London: Duckworth. American Antiquity, 54(1): 213-216.
Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Pakistan, by A. H. Dani. Paris: UNESCO, 1988. Antiquity, 63(240):639.
The Rock Paintings of the Upper Brandberg, by H. Pager. Koln: Heinrich Barth Institute, 1989. Antiquity, 66(250):279-281.
Forschungen zur Umweltgeschichte des Ostsahara, Ed. by R. Kuper. Koln: Heinrich Barth Institute, 1989. Antiquity, 66(250):281-282.
Olduvai Gorge, vol. 5. Excavations in Beds III and IV, and the Masek Beds, 1968-1971, by M. D. Leakey and D. Roe. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994. AmericanAnthropologist, 98(2): 400-403.
Encyclopedia of Pre-Colonial Africa: Archaeology, Linguistics, and Environments, Edited by J. Vogel. Walnut Creek: Altamira Press, 1997. Journal of Field Archaeology, 26(4): 443-453.
FOREWORDS, PREFACES AND INTRODUCTIONS
The Rock Art of Southwest Africa, by A.R. Willcox. London: Nelson
Olduvai Gorge, Vol. III. By M.D. Leakey. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press,
The Hunter-Gatherers of Gwisho. By B.M. Fagan and F.L. Van Noten. Tervuren, Annals, no. 74.
Large Mammals and a Brave People: Subsistence Hunters in Zambia. By Stuart A. Marks. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Preface to The Acheulian Culture of the Hungsi Valley, Peninsular India: A settlement system perspective, by K. Paddayya. Poona: Deccan College.
Rock Art of Africa, by A.R. Willcox, London: Croom Helm.
Man on the Kafue, by R.Derricourt. New York: Lilian Berber Press.
Radiocarbon Users Handbook. By R. Gillespie. Oxford. University, Committee for Archaeology; Monography No. 3. Oxford: Oxorian Rewlwy Press.
Man on the Kafue. By Robin Derricourt. London: Ethnographica.
Introduction to Hunters in Iron Age Malawi: The Zooarchaeology of Chencherere Rockshelter, by D.C. Crader. Department of Antiquities, Lilongwe, Malawi, Monograph No. 21.
Koobi Fora Research Project, vol. 5. Ed. by G. Isaac and B. Isaac. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp. v-vi.
Tribute to M.C. Burkitt (1890-1071). Yearbook. Geological Society of London: 26.
Discussion and criticism of Wilkinsons Model for man-animal relationships in prehistory. Current Anthropology. 13: 283-284
Comment. On John J. Harlan and J.M.J. de Wet On the quality of evidence for the origin and dispersal of cultivated plants. Current Anthropology. 14(1/2): 56-57.
Comment. On Archaeological Classification and Ethnic Groups, by Andi Haaland. N.A.R. 1977, 10(1/2): 18-20.
Comment (page 323) on Meat Eating, Hominid Sociality and Home Bases, by L. Rose and F. Marshall. Current Anthropology, 2: 307-338.
ANNUAL PUBLISHED REPORTS
Annual Reports of the Rhodes-Livingstone Museum, Northern Rhodesia, from 1947-1960 inclusive.
Annual Reports of the Northern Rhodesian National Monuments Commission, from 1948-1960, inclusive.
Annual Reports of the Victoria Falls Trust, Northern Rhodesia, from 1954-1960 inclusive.
Bibliographie annuelle de l'age de la pierre taillé - contribution for the Rhodesias and Nyasaland form 1956-1960 inclusive.
Dr. Leakey and the Dawn of Man. (Film). American Journal of Physical Anthropology. 34: 311-312.
In Man and Environment XIV (2) In Memoriam H.D. Sankalia (1908-1989). Condolence message, p.62, Reminiscence, foreign academics, pp. 144-145. Photograph with Sankalia and S.B. Deo, 1985. P.116
Paddayya, K. Prehistoric research in India as viewed by two senior American archaeologists - J.D. Clark and L. Binford (interviews). Puratattva. 19: 77-78.
FILM AND RADIO
Provided the script and commentary and edited the film on early man in southern Africa - In the Beginning. made by the Northern Rhodesia Information Department Film Unit.
Broadcast talks on the Federal Broadcasting Corporations system in Central Africa on archaeology and museum work in southern Africa.
Broadcast talks on southern Africa in the series The Archaeologist on the British Broadcasting system, London, Third Programme.
Assisted with the script and advisory work for two films on prehistoric stone workings techniques showing F. Bordes and D. Crabtree at work. Films made by the Film section of the Extension Media Center of the University of California, Berkeley.
Acted as adviser for the archaeology and narrator of the script for the film Nuclear fingerprintsof ancient pottery, by I.Perlman and F. Asaro of the Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory.
Adviser on the archaeology of Two Rivers, a film on early man in the Dordogne, France made by the Film Section of the Extension Media Center, University of California, Berkeley.