Dr. Ralph J. Hartley
Ph.D. Geography, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 1989
Adjunct Professor of Anthropology
Office: 818 Oldfather Hall
Ethno-archaeology; inter-group cooperation and conflict; visual communication; spatial orientation
Recent and Representative Publications:
Sleeping with the enemy: An essay on mixed identity in the context of violent conflict. (2010) Social Identities. 16(2): 225-246.
Variability in the Behavior of Women in Violent Inter-Group Conflict. (2009) Mankind Quarterly 49: 320-345.
Human Modifications to the Landscape of Hunt and Sheep Mountains, Wyoming: Exploring Socially Constructed Space. (2007) (with A. Vawser). In Digital Discovery: Exploring New Frontiers in Human Heritage. Ed. Jeffery Clark, pp. 203-213. Budapest: Archaeologingua.
To Massacre: A Perspective on Demographic Competition. (2007) Anthropological Quarterly 80(1): 237-251.
Signifying Places of Atrocity. (2006). In Spontaneous Shrines and the Public Memorialization of Death. Ed. J. Santino, pp. 285-303. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
American Anthropological Association
Society for American Archaeology
Australian Rock Art Research Association