Gary Warrick

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Associate Professor Associate Professor, History Faculty of Liberal Arts Indigenous Studies Brantford, Ontario gwarrick@wlu.ca Office: (519) 756-8228 ext. 5710

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Claire Bruner-Prime
Communications and Media Relations Officer
cprime@wlu.ca
(519) 884-0710 ext. 3684

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Bio/Research

I received a PhD in Anthropology, McGill University in 1990. My main research areas are Huron-Wendat archaeology and Indigenous archaeology. I have conducted collaborative archaeological research with several Indigenous peoples in Canada (e.g. Huron-Wendat, Six Nations of the Grand River. and the...

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Bio/Research

I received a PhD in Anthropology, McGill University in 1990. My main research areas are Huron-Wendat archaeology and Indigenous archaeology. I have conducted collaborative archaeological research with several Indigenous peoples in Canada (e.g. Huron-Wendat, Six Nations of the Grand River. and the Mississaugas of the New Credit). My current research is isotopic studies of dog bones from Huron-Wendat archaeological sites, with Dr. Bonnie Glencross (Laurier) and Dr. Tracy Prowse (McMaster University). I am also investigating past Huron-Wendat land use in Simcoe County, Ontario. I am currently the President, Canadian Archaeological Association.

My long-term and current research interests are the archaeology and history of Iroquoian-speaking peoples in Ontario, particularly the Wendat and Haudenosaunee. Ongoing research projects include the historical archaeology of Six Nations and Mississauga in the Grand River Valley, archaeology of the Huron-Wendat in Simcoe County, and the history of the Bushmen in the Drakensberg, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.


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