Spring 2021 Office Hours: Monday/Wednesday/Friday 12:00-1:00, Monday 2:00-3:00, or by appointment.
Introduction to Anthropology (ANT 2200)
Human Evolution (ANT 2742)
Violence and Warfare (ANT 3258)
Native American Cultures (ANT 3691)
Archaeology of the Earliest Civilizations (ANT 3712)
Hunters & Gatherers (ANT 3900)
B.A. Penn State University, Anthropology
A.M. and Ph.D Brown University, Anthropology
Don Holly is Professor of Anthropology at Eastern Illinois University. His research focuses broadly on hunters and gatherers, but he has a special interest in the archaeology, history, and history of scholarship of the indigenous peoples of the eastern Subarctic of North America. He is the author of History in the Making: the Archaeology of the Eastern Subarctic (AltaMira, 2013), co-editor, with Kenneth Sassaman, of Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology as Historical Process (Arizona, 2011), and numerous articles, including most recently, “Toward a Social Archaeology of Food for Hunters & Gatherers in Marginal Environments: A Case Study from the Eastern Subarctic of North America” in the Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory (2019).
History in the Making: the Archaeology of the Eastern Subarctic (AltaMira, 2013) http://www.amazon.com/History-Making-Archaeology-Subarctic-Woodlands/dp/0759120226/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1380034185&sr=8-1&keywords=history+in+the+making+the+archaeology
Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology as Historical Process (with Kenneth Sassaman; University of Arizona Press, 2011) http://www.amazon.com/Hunter-Gatherer-Archaeology-Historical-Process-Amerind/dp/0816530432/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1380034108&sr=8-2&keywords=hunter-gatherer+archaeology