Published sources

This page provides access to published articles on the Marakwet and neighbouring communities.

Davies and Moore 2016. Landscape, time and cultural resilience: a brief history of agriculture in Pokot and Marakwet, Kenya, Journal of Eastern African Studies

Moore 2015. Can agroecology save us from ‘scorched-earth’ agriculture? The Ecologist

Davies 2015. Archaeology in Eastern Africa. Oxford Bibliographies in African Studies.

Davies 2015. Economic Specialisation, Resource Variability, and the Origins of Intensive Agriculture in Eastern Africa, Rural Landscapes: Society, Environment, History

Pollard, Davies and Moore 2015. Women, marketplaces and exchange partners amongst the Marakwet of northwest Kenya, Journal of Eastern African Studies

Davies 2014. Don’t water down your theory. Why we should all embrace materiality but not material determinism, Archaeological Dialogues

Davies 2014. The temporality of landesque capital: farming and the routines of Pokot life. in Håkansson and Widgren (eds.) Landesque capital: the historical ecology of enduring landscape modifications.

Davies, Kipruto and Moore 2014. Revisiting the irrigated agricultural landscape of the Marakwet, Kenya: tracing local technology and knowledge over the recent past. Azania: archaeological research in Africa

Davies, Dupeyron and Moore 2014. Mobile internet technologies and the possibilities for public archaeology in Africa: Marakwet, Kenya. Antiquity Project Gallery

Davies 2013. Forced Moves or just Good Moves? Rethinking environmental decision making among East African intensive cultivators. in Davies and M’Mbogori (eds.) Humans and the environment: new archaeological perspectives for the 21st century.

Davies 2012. Thoughts on a useable African archaeology, African Archaeological Review 

Davies 2010. A view from the east: An interdisciplinary ‘Historical Ecology’ approach to a contemporary agricultural landscape in northwest Kenya , African Studies

Davies 2008. The irrigation system of the Pokot, Azania

Davies 2006. The archaeology of the Cherangani Hills, Nyame Akuma


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