Matthew Davies
Matthew Davies
Lecturer in Global Prosperity, University College London
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A Childish Culture?: Shared Understandings, Agency and Intervention--An Anthropological Study of Street Children in Northwest Kenya.
M Davies
Childhood: A Global Journal of Child Research 15 (3), 22, 2008
Wittfogel's dilemma: heterarchy and ethnographic approaches to irrigation management in Eastern Africa and Mesopotamia
MIJ Davies
World Archaeology 41 (1), 16-35, 2009
Some thoughts on a ‘useable’African archaeology: settlement, population and intensive farming among the Pokot of northwest Kenya
MIJ Davies
African Archaeological Review 29 (4), 319-353, 2012
The irrigation system of the Pokot, northwest Kenya
M Davies
AZANIA: Journal of the British Institute in Eastern Africa 43 (1), 50-76, 2008
Revisiting the irrigated agricultural landscape of the Marakwet, Kenya: tracing local technology and knowledge over the recent past
MIJ Davies, TK Kipruto, HL Moore
Azania: archaeological research in Africa 49 (4), 486-523, 2014
Landscape, time and cultural resilience: a brief history of agriculture in Pokot and Marakwet, Kenya
MIJ Davies, HL Moore
Journal of Eastern African Studies 10 (1), 67-87, 2016
Economic specialisation, resource variability, and the origins of intensive agriculture in Eastern Africa
MIJ Davies
Rural Landscapes: Society, Environment, History 2 (1), 1-18, 2015
Stone cairns across eastern Africa: a critical review
MIJ Davies
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 48 (2), 218-240, 2013
Back to the grindstone? The archaeological potential of grinding-stone studies in Africa with reference to contemporary grinding practices in Marakwet, northwest Kenya
AC Shoemaker, MIJ Davies, HL Moore
African Archaeological Review 34 (3), 415-435, 2017
An applied archaeological and anthropological study of intensive agriculture in the Northern Cherangani Hills, Kenya
MIJ Davies
Taylor & Francis Group 44 (2), 277-278, 2009
Humans and the Environment: New Archaeological Perspectives for the Twenty-First Century
M Davies, FN M'Mbogori
Oxford University Press, 2013
The temporality of Landesque Capital: Cultivation and the routines of Pokot life
MIJ Davies
Landesque Capital: The historical ecology of enduring landscape …, 2014
A view from the East: An interdisciplinary ‘historical ecology’approach to a contemporary agricultural landscape in Northwest Kenya
M Davies
African Studies 69 (2), 279-297, 2010
Women, marketplaces and exchange partners amongst the Marakwet of northwest Kenya
G Pollard, MIJ Davies, HL Moore
Journal of Eastern African Studies 9 (3), 412-439, 2015
The archaeology of clan- and lineage-based societies in Africa
MIJ Davies
Mitchell, Peter and Paul Lane. eds. Oxford Handbook of African Archaeology …, 2013
Total one-stage repair of aortopulmonary window and interrupted aortic arch in a neonate
MJ Davies, U Dyamenahalli, RR Leanage, RK Firmin
Pediatric cardiology 17 (2), 122-124, 1996
Archaeology in South Sudan past and present: Gordon’s fort at Laboré and other sites of interest
IJ Davies, Matthew
Sudan and Nubia 18, 165-176, 2014
Ecological Knowledge of indigenous plants among the Marakwet Community (Embobut Basin), Elgeyo Marakwet County (Kenya)
BK Wanjohi, EW Njenga, V Sudoi, WK Kipkore, HL Moore, MIJ Davies
Ethnobotany Research and Applications 20, 1-16, 2020
Don't water down your theory. Why we should all embrace materiality but not material determinism
MIJ Davies
Archaeological dialogues 21 (2), 153-157, 2014
BIEA archaeological surveys in the Juba-Nimule Nile region of South Sudan 2009
MIJ Davies
Nyame akuma 78, 23-40, 2012
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