These pages were established as I transfered to Oxford in 2010 after 15 years at University of Kent
For the time being my original web pages remain accessible at University of Kent
But in late 2012 the updated/maintained version moved to the Virtual Institute of Mambila Studies.
A small AHRC funded project on "Facing the Future (with an eye on the Past)" running in 2013Using clay as a long term digital storage medium. Time to bring back the tablet? No batteries and potentially readable in 6000 years. Beat that Apple or Samsung.
An interview with DZ made in 2002 as part of Sarah Pink's Visualising Ethnography project. This was copied here in 2012 as the orginal web site closes
I have an official web page at ISCA
My academia.edu web page is here.
1. Material from Jonathan Zeitlyn
2. Material from Alice Zeitlyn
3. An article by my late father (10 Feb 1922- 18 March 1979). It has been typed up for web publication by my mother, Alice Zeitlyn: "Jokes and the Doctor-Patient Relationship" by Bernard B. Zeitlyn History of Medicine – Spring Issue 1972, Volume 4 No. 1 pp 10-12.
Created 10 October 2010
Modified 16 June 2014