Dr Angela Clark
Assistant Research Fellow and Teaching Fellow
Office: 330 Lindo Ferguson Building
Research Activities: Dr Clark has interests in human adaptation during the prehistoric intensification of agriculture. Currently working with Associate Professor Hallie Buckley and Associate Professor Nancy Tayles, Dr Clark is examining the heath of the prehistoric adult individuals at site of Ban Non Wat, in Northeast Thailand. Dr Clark has bioarchaeological experience working in Thailand, the Cook Islands, Peru and the United Kingdom. She completed her PhD research in 2013, which investigated sexual dimorphism and indicators of stress during the intensification of agriculture in prehistoric Thailand. Her research was awarded the Prize for the Best Dissertation in Biological Anthropology in 2013, from the Societe d'Anthropologie de Paris, France.