Clack, T. and M. Brittain (eds) The River: Peoples and Histories of the Omo-Turkana Area. Oxford: Archaeopress (download free e-book or purchase hard copy here)
Clack, T., Brittain, M. and D. Turton. ‘Oral histories and the impact of archaeological fieldwork in contact encounters: meeting Socrates on the Omo.’ Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 23: 669-689.
Salazar, J., Clack, T. and M. Brittain. Una perspectiva desde la cotidianidad sobre la cultura material mursi (SW Etiopía). Complutum 28.2: 432-443.
Insoll, T, Clack, T, and O. Rege. ‘Mursi ox modification in the Lower Omo Valley and the interpretation of cattle rock art in Ethiopia.’ Antiquity 89: 91-105.
Brittain, M. ‘Assembling bodies, making worlds: An archaeological topology of place.’ In Alberti, B, Jones, A, and J. Pollard (eds) Archaeology After Interpretation, 257-276. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.
Brittain, M., Clack, T. and J. Salazar Bonet. ‘Hybridity at the contact zone: Ethnoarchaeological perspectives from the Lower Omo Valley, Ethiopia.’ Archaeological Review from Cambridge 28: 133-150.
Brittain, M. and T. Clack. ‘Pristine wilderness, participatory archaeology, and the custodianship of heritage in Mursiland.’ In Mol, L. and T. Sternberg (eds.), Changing Deserts: Integrating People and Their Environment, 192-212. Cambridge: The White Horse Press.
Brittain, M. and T. Clack. ‘Archaeological and ethno-historical investigations in Mursiland, S.W. Ethiopia: Second Interim Report.’ Nyame Akuma 78: 41-57.
Clack, T. and M. Brittain. ‘Place-making, participative archaeologies and Mursi megaliths: some implications for aspects of pre- and proto- history in the Horn of Africa.’ Journal of East African Studies 5.1: 85-107.
Clack, T. and M. Brittain. ‘Megaliths, migrations and medicines in Mursiland.’ Current World Archaeology 42: 32-39.
Clack, T. and M. Brittain. ‘Excavations and surveys in Mursiland, S.W. Ethiopia, May-July 2009: A preliminary fieldwork report.’ Nyame Akuma 73: 65-76.
Clack, T. and M. Brittain. ‘The ‘Ella’ stone platforms in Mursiland, Lower Omo Valley, Southwestern Ethiopia.’ Antiquity 84.