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Timothy Hare, Ph.D.

Professor of Anthropology hare.jpgin the Dept. of Sociology, Social Work & Criminology (School of Humanities & Social Sciences)


  • Ph. D. in Anthropology, University at Albany
  • MA in Economic Anthropology, University of Iowa


Hare has directed several archaeological projects in Mexico aimed at reconstructing the transformation of political and economic systems in ancient Aztec and Maya societies. 

He has most recently co-direct archaeological investigations at the ancient city of Mayapan in Mexico. In addition, he is developing software tools to facilitate the quantitative analysis and comparison multivariate spatial distributions. Professor Hare's prior work has appeared in Latin American Antiquity and Anthropos. Hare lives in Morehead with his wife and three children.

Research Interests: Political economy, spatial statistics, medical anthropology, social landscapes


350B Rader Hall