Dr. Zoe Cormack
Zoe Cormack is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the African Studies Centre, Oxford University and an honorary research affiliate at the Pitt Rivers Museum. Zoe has previously held research fellowships at the British School at Rome, the British Institute in East Africa and the Open University. Her most recent article, ‘Violence and the Trade in Ethnographic Artefacts in Nineteenth Century Sudan,’ is published in The Journal of Art Market Studies (2020).
Books by Zoe Cormack
Pieces of a Nation
South Sudanese Heritage and Museum Collections
Edited by Zoe Cormack & Cherry Leonardi | Forthcoming
South Sudan became independent in 2011 after decades of rebel wars with the Government of Sudan. Independence prompted discussions about South Sudanese identity and shared history, in which material objects and cultural heritage featured as…