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About Bruce Hardy

Professor of Anthropology Bruce Hardy joined the Kenyon faculty in 2004, having previously taught at Kenyon from 1996-98. He holds a BA in anthropology and French from Emory University and MA and PhD in anthropology from Indiana University. He is part of the environmental studies faculty at Kenyon and teaches courses on human environment interaction and human evolution.
Trained in paleoanthropology, he has worked extensively on the Paleolithic of Europe and Africa, particularly with early hominids and Neandertals. Recently, his research has focused on combatting the negative stereotypes of Neanderthals. As of July 1, 2015, Professor Hardy will become the John B. McCoy-Banc One Distinguished Teaching Professor.


Present Associate Professor of Anthropology, Kenyon College

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Contact Information

P: (740) 427-5886
Palme House 107


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