Position: Professor Emeritus
Qualification: BA Denver, Ma and PhD Illinois
Phone: 011 717 6042
Room: Origins Centre Basement 02
Archaeology of pre-colonial farming societies in Southern Africa
Huffman, T., 2006: Maize grindstones, Madikwe pottery and ochre mining, Southern African Humanities, 18.
Huffman, T., 2006: Bantu migrations in southern Africa, in H.Soodyall (ed.) The Prehistory of Africa, Jonathan Bell, Johannesburg.
Grant, M. and Huffman, T., 2006: The extractive metallurgy of copper at Iron Age Madikwe, South African Journal of Science,
Huffman, T.N. 2007: A Handbook to the Iron Age: The Archaeology of Pre-Colonial Farming Societies in Southern Africa, University of KwaZulu-Natal Press, Pietermaritzburg.
Huffman, T., 2007: Broederstroom and the Cradle, in P.Bonner and A.B. Esterhuysen (eds), The Cradle, Wits University Press, Johannesburg.
Huffman, T.N. 2007. Leokwe and K2: Ethnic stratification during the Middle Iron Age in southern Africa. Journal of African Archaeology 5 (2): 163-188.
Huffman, T.N. 2008. Climate change during the Iron Age in the Shashe-Limpopo Basin, southern Africa. Journal of Archaeological Science 35: 2032-2047.
Huffman, T.N. 2008. Zhizo and Leopard’s Kopje: test excavations at Simamwe and Mtanye, Zimbabwe. In S. Badenhorst, P. Mitchell & J.C. Driver (eds), Animals and People: Archaeozoological papers in honour of Ina Plug. BAR Series, 1849. Oxford: Archaeopress, pp. 200-214.
Huffman, T.N. 2009. Mapungubwe and Great Zimbabwe: The origin and spread of social complexity in southern Africa. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 28: 37-54.
Huffman, T.N. 2009. A cultural proxy for drought: ritual burning in the Iron Age of Southern Africa. Journal of Archaeological Science 36: 991-1005.
Huffman, T.N. 2010. State formation in southern Africa: a reply to Kim and Kusimba. African Archaeological Review 27: 1-11.
Huffman, T.N. 2010. Intensive El Nino and the Iron Age of South-Eastern Africa. Journal of Archaeological Science 37: 2572-2586.
Huffman, T.N. 2010. Debating the Central cattle pattern: a reply to Badenhorst. South African Archaeological Bulletin 65: 164-174.