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Hari Blackmore

Biography:

2013-2015: M.A. Archaeology (Seoul National University)

2007-2008: M.A. Archaeology (University of Sheffield)

2003-2006: B.Sc. (Hons) Zoology (University of Bristol)

Research Interests

The Archaeology of the Korean Peninsula

The Archaeology of East Asia

Heterarchy

Keywords

  • Material Culture
  • Textual Analyses
  • State formation
  • Archaeological Theory
  • Archaeology

Key Publications

  • Blackmore, H. (2019) A Critical Examination of Models Regarding a Han 韓 – Ye 濊 Ethnic Division in Proto-Historic Central Korea, and Further Implications, Asian Perspectives, 58(1): 95-122

Other Publications

  • Thompson, J.C., Mackay, A., Nightingale, S., Wright, D., Choi, J.H., Welling, M., Blackmore, H. and Gomani‐Chindebvu, E. (2018) Ecological risk, demography and technological complexity in the Late Pleistocene of northern Malawi: implications for geographical patterning in the Middle Stone Age, Journal of Quaternary Science, 33(3): 261-284
  • The Goryeong Jisandong Daegaya Tumuli (eds. Sungjoo Lee, Jaehwan Lee), Daegaya Museum [English Translator]