David Anthony, Professor of Anthropology

316 Yager Hall
anthonyd@hartwick.edu
607-431-4862

Areas of expertise:
Prehistoric archaeology, origins and results of domestication and riding of horses, origins of the Indo-European languages, North American prehistoric archaeology.
Education:
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania

Recent courses taught:

  • Archaeological Theory
  • Anthropological Film
  • Pop Archaeology
  • Introduction to Anthropology
  • Old World Prehistory
  • Native North America

Selected publications:

  • The Horse, the Wheel, and Language. How Bronze Age Riders from the Eurasian
    Steppes Shaped the Modern World (2007). Princeton: Princeton University Press.
  • “Archaeology and language: Why archaeologists care about the Indo-European problem” (2017). In European Archaeology as Anthropology: Essays in Memory of Bernard Wailes. Pam J. Crabtree and Peter Bogucki, eds. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.
  • A Bronze Age Landscape in the Russian Steppes: The Samara Valley Project (2016). Edited volume with Dorcas Brown, Pavel Kuznetsov, Oleg Mochalov, & Aleksandr Khkokhlov. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute Press.
  • “Massive migration from the steppe was a source for Indo-European languages in Europe” (2015). With multiple contributors. Nature 522: 207-211.
  • The Lost World of Old Europe: The Danube Valley, 5000-3500 BC (2010). Edited volume with Jennifer Y. Chi and maps by Dorcas Brown. New York: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World.
  • “The Indo-European Homeland from Linguistic and Archaeological Perspectives” (2015) with Don Ringe. Annual Review of Linguistics 1:199-219.

College service and professional affiliations:

  • Yager Museum Curator
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Archaeological Institute of America
  • Association for the Study of Language in Prehistory
  • European Association of Archaeologists
  • Society for American Archaeology
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