David A G Clarke is an educator and academic with a focus on the philosophy of education and creative and transdisciplinary inquiry.
His research focuses on critical issues of how we conceptualise our relationships with environments in both pedagogical and research terms. His research has implications for multiple areas of study and has been cited in discussions in the areas of cultural anthropology, cultural studies, geographies of space and place, environmental and conservation sciences, health and wellbeing, qualitative inquiry, and new materialisms and posthumanisms. His work has been particularly cited in the field of education, specifically within debates in the cultural politics of education, climate change education, science education, comparative education, and environmental and outdoor education.
He is presently a Teaching Fellow in Outdoor Learning and Sustainability Education at the University of Edinburgh, where he completed his MSc and PhD, and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.