Lecturer in ArchaeologyLocation: 244E/061
MPhil in Archaeology from the University of Bergen, Norway
Post Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Botswana
BA Humanities (Archaeology Single Major) from University of Botswana
I am Archaeologist with research interest on faunal analysis from archaeological sites and Stone Age archaeology. Of late I have been working on issues of incorporation Indigenous Knowledge into archaeological research methods and theories. My rationale is that the incorporation of IK into archaeological methods and theory can assist us to better understand southern African archaeology.
Faunal Analysis in Archaeology
Stone Age Archaeology
1. Late Stone Age transitional hunter-gatherer archaeologies
2. Church Archaeologies with a special focus on Old Forest Hill Catholic Mission site in Botswana
1. Zooarchaeology with a special interest in ethnoarchaeology animal remains.
2. Late Stone Age archaeology focusing on transitional hunter-gatherer and early herding communities.
1. 2019 "This is a butterfly and it identifies a water container, the relevance of IK in Archaeological interpretations. In. Anati E. (ed) The message behind the object. Capo di Ponte, Atelier
2. Mooketsi C.O, Ndobochani N.M, and Mulalu I.M, 2018 "An Archaeology of Relevance: Community Empowerment through Archaeological Research and Heritage Management in Botswana: A preliminary Report, SENRI Journal
3. 2017 "This is a butterfly and it identifies a water container": the relevance of Indigenous Knowledge in Archaeological Interpretations, Expressions, No. 16, pp. 92-97.
4.2011 "The challenges of writing about southern African Archaeological theories of migration" Postamble, no. 7
5. 2001 "Butchery styles and the processing of cattle carcasses in Botswana, Pula Journal, vol. 15, pp. 108-121
6. 2009 Archaeological surveys in the Shashe-Limpopo Basin, eastern Botswana: a preliminary report. In. Pwiti G., Radimilahy C. and Macamo S. (eds) Dimensions of African Archaeology