Dr. David Clark studied anthropology in Canada, Uganda, USA and Britain. He carried out research on the housing of ethnic minorities in the West Midlands and on employment and shiftwork among ethnic minorities in south London. He taught Leisure and Tourism at Thames Valley University, and completed his doctoral work at London Metropolitan University. His dissertation focuses on Jewish museums in Europe. His current research interests include research on community construction and a sense of belonging amongst European expatriates in Crete, as well as the re-launching of the Jewish museum in Sarajevo. Dr. David Clark is also on the editorial committee of a Jewish cultural magazine, Jewish Renaissance, as well as on the editorial committee of Exiled Ink, a magazine devoted to the writings of refugees writers currently living in Britain and elsewhere in Europe.