GRADUATE SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SCIENCESSETTLEMENT ARCHAEOLOGY


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Didier Bouakaze-Khan

                                     




Room No: 413

 

Phone: (210) 6215

 

E-mail: didier(at)metu.edu.tr  

Research Interests


​Rock Art Studies & Archaeology of Arts, Conservation & Management of Archaeological Sites (incl. rock art sites), Archaeology of nomadic people, Modelization for Rock Art Interpretation, Anthropological approach to Rock Art Studies, History & Theory of Rock Art archaeology


 

Education


BA Archaeology, Art History and Anthropology, Sorbonne University, Paris


MPhil Archaeology and Anthropology, Non-European Societies, ULB, Brussels


PhD Archaeology, Sorbonne University, Paris


 

Taught Courses


African Past: History, Anthropology and Archaeology, Bogazici University


Cultural Heritage and Politics, Galatasaray University


Applied Development Policy in Anthropology, Galatasaray University


Anthropology and Sociology of Religions, Galatasaray University


Archaeology of the Horn of Africa, University of Botswana, UB


Archaeology & Development, UB


Ethnoarchaeology, UB


Rock Art Archaeology, UB


Themes in Palaeoanthropology and Palaeolithic Archaeology (part of), UCL


Archaeology and Art of Early Asia (part of), UCL


World Rock Art from Palaeolithic to present, UCL & METU


Rock Art Studies: Theories, Methods and Management, UCL & METU


Issues in Archaeology: Power, Politics & Ethnicity (part of), METU


 

Publications


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (ed.) (Forthcoming). “World perspectives on Rock Art Sites Management”, Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites.


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (Forthcoming). “Rock Art of the Horn of Africa”, BAR International Series, Archaeopress.


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (Forthcoming). “The Rock Art at Tsodilo Hills (Botswana): participatory conservation planning”. INORA


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (2012). Review: Blundell, G. et al. (eds.), Seeing and Knowing. Understanding rock art with and without ethnography, Wits University Press. In Azania: Archaeological research in Africa, vol. 47, No. 4, 535-37


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (2011). “Introduction: Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites in Sub-Saharan Africa”, co-authored with Ceri Ashley. In Ashley, C. & D. Bouakaze-Khan (eds.), Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, vol.13, No.2-3, 95-102


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (2011). “Review: Cultural Heritage and the Law. Protecting Immovable Heritage in English-Speaking Countries of Sub-Saharan Africa.” W. Ndoro et al. (eds.) ,ICCROM Conservation Studies; and “Review: Protection juridique du patrimoine culturel immobilier: orientations pour les pays francophones de l’Afrique subsaharienne. B. Rakotomamonjy. In Ashley, C. & D. Bouakaze-Khan (eds.). Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites, vol.13, no.2-3, 283-5


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (2011). Pastoralist’s ways of making culture in the Horn of Africa. African Archaeology Seminar series, Institute of Archaeology, March 2011, UCL


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (2010). Voir Ça, Savoir. Echanges sur l’Art Contemporain et l’Art Préhistorique. French Ministry of Culture/DRAC Aquitaine/Pôle International de la Préhistoire.


Bouakaze-Khan, D. (2010). World Heritage Conservation as development opportunity in Southern Africa. Centre for Applied Archaeology Seminar, 23 May 2010, UCL