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Bonnie Clark

Primary Area of Expertise:

  • Archaeology
  • American West
  • Gender
  • Hispanic landscapes

Also qualified to speak on topics in the following areas:

  • Diversity & ethnic conflict
  • Women’s Issues
  • Anthropology


Bonnie Clark is an associate professor in the University of Denver’s Anthropology Department. A professional archaeologist for over a decade, Prof. Clark’s work has focused on using the tangible past–artifacts, architecture, settlement patterns–to tell a more inclusive history of western North America. Clark’s research interests include the relationships between material culture, ethnicity, and gender; cultural landscapes; and the politics of heritage management. Her most recent field research focuses on the Hispanic occupants of southeastern Colorado and the material record of their relationship to tradition, the landscape, Euroamerican settlers, and global economic forces. Clark received her Ph.D. in Anthropology with a Designated Emphasis in Women, Gender, and Sexuality from the University of California at Berkeley. Her Master’s degree in Anthropology is from the University of Denver.

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Fax: 303-871-2437

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