About Me

I am an anthropological archaeologist specializing in the investigation of human-environment and human-animal relationships, risk management strategies in marginal environments, and sociopolitical organization. I utilize a range of methods in my research, including GIS analysis, predictive modeling, survey, excavation, ethnoarchaeology, experimental archaeology, and zooarchaeology. My main area of field research is Mongolia and the Eurasian Steppe where I have been working since 2007. I am currently the director of the Northern Mongolia Archaeology Project in collaboration with the National Museum of Mongolia. My full CV can be found here: Julia_K_Clark_CV_April2015.