David R. Braun
Title — Assistant Professor of Anthropology
Address — 2112 G St., 203
Phone — (202) 994-6953
E-mail — firstname.lastname@example.org
Areas of Expertise —
Hominin evolution, archaeology of East African Pleistocene, early hominin technology and behavior, lithic studies.
Ph.D. 2006, Rutgers University
M.A. 2002, Rutgers University
B.A. 1998, Haverford College
Selected Journal Articles and Book Chapters
2011 Ndiema, K.E, C. D. Dillian, D. R. Braun, J. W. K. Harris, and P. W. Kiura. “Transport and subsistence patterns at the transition to pastoralism, Koobi Fora, Kenya,” Archaeometry 53(6): 1085–1098.
2010 Braun, D.R. "Paleoanthropology: Australopithecine butchers," Nature 466: 828. DOI: 10.1038/466828a
2009 Braun, D. R., T.P. Plummer, J.V. Ferraro, P. Ditchfield, L.C. Bishop. "Raw material quality and Oldowan hominin toolstone preferences: Evidence from Kanjera South, Kenya," Journal of Archaeological Science 36: 1605-1614.
2010 Braun, D.R., J.W.K. Harris, L.C. Bishop, B.G. Richmond, and M. Kibunjia. “Early hominin diet included diverse terrestrial and aquatic animals 1.95 Myr ago in East Turkana, Kenya,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (U.S.A.)107(22): 10002-10007.
2009 Brown, K.S., C.W. Marean, A.I. Herries, Z. Jacobs, C. Tribolo, D.R. Braun, M. Myers, J. Bernatchez. “Fire as an engineering tool of early modern humans in coastal South Africa,” Science 325: 859-862.
2008 Braun, D. R., M.J. Rogers, J.W.K. Harris, and S.J. Walker. "Landscape scale variation in hominin tool use: Evidence from the Developed Oldowan of the Koobi Fora Formation," Journal of Human Evolution 55: 1053-1063.
Anth 3838 (old 118): Theory and Practice in Archaeology
Anth 6801 (283): Paleolithic Archaeology