College of Arts & Sciences Anthropology

Larry Bradley

Larry Bradley
Professor
Anthropology, College of Arts & Sciences
UE East Hall 109
Phone: 605-677-5594
Bio:
Archaeological research in Midwestern US and Eastern Europe. Specialties in computer applications and Museum Studies culminating in design of virtual museum exhibits.
Teaching Interests:
Archaeology of North America, World Regional Geography Museum Studies
Research Interests:
Prehistoric Archaeology of South Dakota, European Prehistory, Computer Applications
Education:
  • Ph D, Anthropology, University of Kansas/Lawrence, 1979
  • M.Phil, Anthropology, University of Kansas/Lawrence, 1975
  • MA, Anthropology, University of Kansas/Lawrence, 1974
  • Took Anthropology courses, Washington State University, 1974
  • BA, Anthropology, University of Kansas/Lawrence, 1971
Research:
  • Archaeological Excavations at Bliss Bone Bed, (1995 - 2000)
Grants:
  • Digital Methods in Archaeology, Center for Teaching and Learning, (2011 - 2011)
Awards and Honors:
  • Harrington Lecture, Arts and Sciences, 2003
  • Burlington Northern Scholar, 1993
  • Friend of Education, Vermillion Middle School, 1991
  • Friend of Education, Vermillion Middle School, 1990
  • Friend of Education, Jolley School, Vermillion, 1987
  • Teacher of the Month, Mortar Board, USD, 1986
  • Anthropology Honorary Society, Lambda Alpha, 1980
Presentations:
  • Bradley, L. (2012, October). Last Megafauna Hunt in South Dakota. Presented at the South Dakota Archaeological Society Annual Meeting, Vermillion, SD.
  • Bradley, L. (2000). Site Tour of Vermillion. Presented at the Archaeological Site Tour, Vermillion, SD.
  • Bradley, L. (2000). The Bliss Bone Deposit: Early Archaic in Southeastern South Dakota. Presented at the Plains Anthropological Conference, Minneapolis, MN.