David W. Anthony
|Main interests||Indo-European migrations|
|Notable ideas||Kurgan hypothesis|
David W. Anthony is an American anthropologist who is Professor Emeritus of Anthropology at Hartwick College. He specializes in Indo-European migrations, and is a proponent of the Kurgan hypothesis. Anthony is well known for his award winning book The Horse, the Wheel, and Language (2007).
Anthony has been a Professor of Anthropology at Hartwick College since 1987. While at Hartwick, he was also the curator of Anthropology for the Yager Museum of Art & Culture on the campus of Hartwick College in Oneonta, New York. According to Princeton University Press, "he has conducted extensive archaeological fieldwork in Ukraine, Russia, and Kazakhstan." Anthony has been Archaeology Editor of the Journal of Indo-European Studies.
The books of Anthony include:
Anthony has appeared as a relator of history in works such as: