2018 July to November: Visiting Academic, Voltaire Foundation, University of Oxford, United Kingdom
2018 ongoing: Sessional Lecturer, Centre for At History and Art Theory, School of Art and Design, Australian National University
2017 ongoing: Research Assistant, Performing Transdisciplinarity (Australian Research Council Discovery Project), Centre for Art History and Art Theory, Australian National University
2015 to 2017: Volunteer Curatorial Assistant & Conservation Assistant (Houstone Collection of Early Australian Silver), National Gallery of Australia
2014 to 2016: Visiting Research Fellow, School of Literature, Languages and Linguistics, Australian National University
2013: Visiting Research Fellow, School of Cultural Inquiry, Australian National University
Candidate, Master of Art History and Curatorial Studies (Advanced), Australian National University School of Art and Design, 2017 ongoing
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Arts and Social Sciences, Gold and Silversmithing Workshop, School of Art, Research School of Humanities and the Arts, Australian National University, 2012
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Arts (Visual) with First Class Honours: Latin, Anceint Greek, Ancient History, Gold & Silversmithing, Australian National University, 2007
2017, Conference Review: “Enchanted Isles, Fatal Shores: Living Versailles,” National Gallery of Australia, April 17-18, 2017, The Court Historian, 22.2.
2016, Review of Metals in LBA Minoan and Mycenaean Societies on Crete: A Quantitative Approach by Lena Hakulin, 4 May, 2016, Bryn Mawr Classical Review, http://www.bmcreview.org/2016/05/20160504.html.
2014, "Minoan metal vessel manufacture: Reconstructing techniques and technology with experimental archaeology", in Rebecca B. Scott, Dennis Braekmans, Mike Carremans & Patrick Degryse (eds) 39th International Symposium on Archaeometry: 28 May – 1 June 2012 Leuven, Belgium, Centre for Archaeological Sciences, KU Leuven, Leuven: 81-85.
2013, The Manufacture of Minoan Metal Vessels: Theory and Practice, (Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Pocket Book 178), Åströms förlag, Uppsala.
Review: Philip P. Betancourt, 2017. Book Review of The Manufacture of Minoan Metal Vessels: Theory and Practice, by Christina F. Clarke, American Journal of Archaeology 121.
Review: Andrea Dolfini, 2014. Review of C.F. Clarke, The Manufacture of Minoan Metal Vessels: The Manufacture of Minoan Metal Vessels: Theory and Practice (Uppsala 2013), Antiquity 88: 1337-1339.
2012, “Hollowware manufacture in Crete during the Bronze Age”, Newsletter of the Silver Society of Australia, October 2012: 9-11.
2012, “Minoan metal vessel manufacturing: Techniques and technology”, Chronika 2: 11-21.
Robert Wellington and Christina Clarke, “Image, Music, Text and Metadata: Reflections on the Challenges of the Choix de Chansons,” 47th Annual Conference British Society of Eighteenth Century Studies, St Hugh’s College, Oxford, United Kingdom, 3-5 January 2018.
“A new approach to the identification of inter-regional connections in the Eastern Mediterranean
during the third millennium BC,” Historical Metallurgy Society 50th Anniversary Conference, Quaker Friends House, London, UK, 14-16 June 2013.
“Minoan metal vessel manufacture: Reconstructing techniques and technology with experimental archaeology,” 39th International Symposium on Archaeometry, Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven, Belgium, 29 May 2012.
"Minoan metal vessel manufacturing: Techniques and technology," Historical Metallurgy Society Research in Progress Meeting, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom, 9 November 2011.
“The craft of metal vessel manufacture during the Greek Bronze Age,” ANU School of Art Graduate Conference, Australian National University, 23 September 2011.
“Identification of a raised vessel manufacturing workshop in Minoan Crete,” ArchaeoMetallurgy Conference (Research in Progress Meeting for the Historical Metallurgy Society), University of Bradford, United Kingdom, November 2009.
Lectures and Seminars
"Tears of the moon, sweat of the sun," [Pre-Hispanic metalsmithing technology in Peru], National Gallery of Australia, Parkes ACT, Australia, 10 April 2014.
“Roman and Etruscan metalwork in the ANU Classics Museum,” Australian National University Classics Museum, Acton ACT, Australia, 28 October 2013.
“The manufacturing techniques of a Roman ‘saucepan’ and Hellenistic gold earrings with antelope-head terminals in the ANU Classics Museum collection,” Australian National University Classics Museum, Acton ACT, Australia, 21 September 2012.
“Hollowware manufacture in Crete during the Bronze Age,” Silver Society of Australia, Crows Nest NSW, Australia, 3 September 2012.
“Smithing with stones: the craft of metal vessel manufacture during the Greek Bronze Age,” ANU Classical Society Guest Lecture, Acton ACT Australia, 7 September 2011.
“The craft of Minoan metal vessel manufacture during the Cretan Bronze Age,” ANU (Canberra) Friends of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens, Hellenic Club of Canberra, Woden ACT, Australia, 7 July 2011.
1/2013: Visual Arts Graduate Season, SofA Gallery, Acton, ACT, April 2013
Space, Form and Light, ANCA Gallery, Dickson, ACT, February 2008
Graduate Exhibition 2007, SofA Gallery, Acton, ACT, December 2007
Evidence of Survival…, SofA Gallery, Acton, ACT, August 2007
In My Tribe, SofA Gallery, Acton, ACT, September 2006
In the Can, Gig Gallery, Glebe, NSW, January 2006
Graduate Exhibition 2005, Gold and Silversmithing Workshop, ANU, November 2005
Endeavour Research Fellowship, July to November, 2018
The Australian Academy of the Humanities Ernst Keller European Travelling Fellowship, May 2013
Funding from the Institute of Classical Studies for research in Greece and the UK, April 2013
The Australasian Society for Classical Studies Early Career Award, January 2013
The ANU (Canberra) Friends of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens Scholarship for Research in Greece, November 2012
Australian National University Vice Chancellor’s Travel Grant, November 2011
Silver Society of Australia Contemporary Silver Award, September 2011
Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences Graduate Materials Award in Visual Arts, September 2011
The ANU (Canberra) Friends of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens Scholarship for Research in Greece, October 2009
Australian National University College of Arts and Social Sciences Grant for Research Travel, September 2009
Partial funding from Research Councils UK China for attendance at the Institute for Archaeo-Metallurgical Studies Archaeometallurgy Summer School in Beijing, China, July 2009
Australian Postgraduate Award, March 2008 to September 2010
Short Courses Undertaken
Niton XL3t XRF Analyzer and Radiation Safety Course (HH and FP XRF), Portable Analytical Solutions, National Gallery of Australia Conservation Department, August 2016: training in use of pXRF for metals analysis
Experimental Archaeometallurgy, Butser Ancient Farm, Hampshire, UK, May/June 2013: experimental smelting of copper and tin from ores with reconstructed Bronze Age furnaces, bellows and refractories
Summer School in Ancient and Historic Metals, University of Southern California, July 2012: metallographic examination of ancient and historic metals
Institute for Archaeo-Metallurgical Studies (IAMS) Archaeometallurgy Summer School, University of Science and Technology Beijing, July 2009: introduction to archaeometallurgy and ancient metallurgical practices in China and Europe
British Society of Eighteenth Century Studies
Australasian Society for Classical Studies
Australasian Women in Ancient World Studies
ANU (Canberra) Friends of the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens
Historical Metallurgy Society