Faculty

Adrien Hannus

Dr. Adrien Hannus
Professor

605.274.5494
Adrien.Hannus@augie.edu
Wikipedia Bio

Dr. Hannus, professor of anthropology and director of the Archeology Laboratory at Augustana College, has nearly 40 years of archaeological experience, specializing in prehistoric and historic cultural dynamics. His educational background includes a Ph.D. from the University of Utah, with an emphasis in archaeology, and an M.A. in cultural anthropology from Wichita State University. In addition to accomplishing cultural and archaeological fieldwork throughout the Great Plains and Rocky Mountain West, he has collaborated on projects in Egypt, Mexico, France and Great Britain. His teaching and research interests include early human populations in the New World, historic Native American cultures of the Plains and lithic analysis.

Landon Karr

Dr. Landon Karr
Assistant Professor

landon.karr@augie.edu

Dr. Karr holds a bachelor’s degree from Augustana and a Ph.D. in archaeology from the University of Exeter. Following his undergraduate studies, he served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the municipality of Guajiquiro, La Paz, Honduras. As a postgraduate research student he served as a graduate teaching assistant in the department of archaeology at the University of Exeter.

Dr. Alan K. Outram

Dr. Alan K. Outram
B.A. M.S. Ph.D. MIfA FSA
Adjunct Professor

Dr. Alan Outram is an environmental archaeologist and palaeoeconomist who specializes in zooarchaeology (the analysis of archaeological animal bones). Although most of his research relates to prehistoric periods, his interests extend into later periods as well. He is particularly interested in people's exploitation of food resources, notably in economically marginal environments. His most recent work has been on tracing the domestication of the horse in Central Asia.

Dr. Bruce A. Bradley

Dr. Bruce A. Bradley
Adjunct Professor

Dr. Bruce Bradley is director of the experimental archaeology masters program at the University of Exeter (UK) and has extensive experience with Stone Age technologies and experimental archaeology. He is involved in a variety of research projects including the Upper Palaeolithic of Russia and France, horse domestication in Central Asia, early peopling of the New World and prehistoric pueblo archaeology of the American Southwest. Bruce is also active in bringing his archaeological interests to the public through presentations, teaching and participation in documentaries.

Pete Bostrum
Adjunct Professor

Pete Bostrum operates the Lithic Casting Laboratory, a world-class artifact replication facility in Troy, Ill. Bostrum has replicated thousands of the finest and most important artifacts from around the world and is an avid participant in the archaeological community.