Dr. Brad Bartel

Professor

Dr. Brad Bartel
(615) 898-2515
Room 1145, Science Building (SCI)
Office Hours

Monday  10-noon

Wednesday-Friday  10-noon

Areas of Expertise

European Prehistory

Mortuary Practice

Colonialism

Serbia, Ireland, Turkey

Biography

Ph.D. Anthropology, University of Missouri (1974)

BA Anthropology, Brooklyn College (1970)

Publications

Select Publications:

1998  Yortan Culture. In The Archaeology of Anatolia: an Encyclopedia. G. Kenneth Sams, ed. Bilkent University, Ankara.   1990    Archaeological excavation and education at the San Diego Royal Presidio, 1987-90. Journal of San Diego History XXXVI (4): 3-45. 1989      Acculturation and ethnicity in Roman Moesia Superior. In Centre and Peripheries: Comparative Studies in Ar...

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Select Publications:

1998  Yortan Culture. In The Archaeology of Anatolia: an Encyclopedia. G. Kenneth Sams, ed. Bilkent University, Ankara.   1990    Archaeological excavation and education at the San Diego Royal Presidio, 1987-90. Journal of San Diego History XXXVI (4): 3-45. 1989      Acculturation and ethnicity in Roman Moesia Superior. In Centre and Peripheries: Comparative Studies in Archaeology, T.C. Champion (ed.).  London: Alien and Unwin, pp. 173-185.   1985   Comparative historical archaeology and anthropological theory. In       Comparative Studies in the Archaeology of Colonialism, S. Dyson (ed.).   British Archaeological Reports, International Series 233, pp. 8-37.   1982   The development of social stratification in Early Bronze Age western   Anatolia: evidence from ecological and mortuary variables. Journal of    Mediterranean Anthropology and Archaeology 2(1).   An historical review of ethnological and archaeological analyses of mortuary practice. The Journal of Anthropological; Archaeology 1(1): 73-86.   1981    Cultural associations and mechanisms of change in anthropomorphic figurines during the Neolithic in the eastern Mediterranean basin. World Archaeology 3(1): 73-86. 1980      Colonialism and cultural responses: problems related to Roman provincial analysis. World Archaeology 12(1): 11-26. Collective burial and social organization: a multivariate analysis of human   populations from Early Bronze Age western Turkey, Journal of Mediterranean Anthropology and Archaeology 1: 3-21.   Cultural resource management: the view from Europe. In The ABC's of CRM, D. Hanna and Charles S. Bull (eds.). San Diego: RECON, pp. 3-12     1979    A discriminant analysis of Harrapan civilization human populations. Journal of Archaeological Science 6: 49-61.   Excavations at Kraku'lu Yordan, northeast Serbia: preliminary report, 1973-76 seasons. Journal of Fie/d Archaeology 6: 127-149 (with V. Kondic and M.R. Werner).   1978           A multivariate analysis of Neolithic anthropomorphic figurines. Proceedings of the IXth International Congress of Prehistory and Protohistory. Universite de Provence. 1974    Anatolian Symposium. Archaeology 27(4): 278-280. 1973   A multivariate analysis of European death ritual. Ethnologia Europaea 7(1):  111-128. 

 

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Research/Scholarly Activity

Select Excavations:

Thomas Edison/Henry Ford Winter Estates, Ft. Myers, FL

Old Salem, North Carolina

San Diego Presidio, California

Mt. Kosmaj, Serbia,

Kraku-lu Yordan, Serbia,

Sirmium, Serbia

Dun Ailline, Ireland

Bronze Age Survey, Turkey