Donald Henry is an archaeologist interested in prehistoric human ecology. That is, the influence of the environment on the composition of prehistoric cultures and how environmental change affects the tempo and trajectory of cultural evolution. Methodologically, he focuses on the analysis of stone tools and paleoenvironmental evidence.
Ph.D., Southern Methodist University
M.A., Southern Methodist University
B.A., Southern Methodist University
Better understanding how the ecological relationships of humans and the environment conditions the modes, tempo and direction of human biocultural evolution with a regional emphasis on the Near East
Exploring the ecological relationships of humans and the environment in the deep past from an archaeological perspective
The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.
‡ Henry, D.O., Belmaker, M. and Bergin, S.M. (in press). The influence of landscape on Neanderthal range viewed from the Levant. Quaternary International.