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Prof (Emeritus) James Mallory

<p>Prof (Emeritus) James Mallory</p>

Prof (Emeritus) James Mallory

Qualifications

AB, Cand. Phil, PhD

Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology

Email: j.mallory@qub.ac.uk

Address

School of Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology (GAP)
Queen’s University Belfast
Belfast, BT7 1NN
Northern Ireland, UK

Telephone

+44 (0)28 9097 3188

Current Research: Past Cultural Change

Indo-European origins and expansions
Social status in the Bronze Age of Xinjiang and  Central Asia
Proto-Celtic culture

Publications:

Books

2013 The Origins of the Irish. London and New York, Thames and Hudson.

2011 Excavations on Donegore Hill, Co. Antrim (with B. Hartwell, and E. Nelis). Bray, Wordwell.

2006 The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-European and The Proto-Indo-European World (with D. Q. Adams). Oxford, Oxford University Press.



2000 The Tarim Mummies: The Mystery of the First Westerners in Ancient China (with Victor Mair). London and New York, Thames and Hudson.

Articles/Chapters

2010 L’hypothèse des steppes, Dossiers d’Archéologie 338, 28-35.
Turkdean and the Lost Ark. In: M. Davies, U. MacConville and G. Cooney, A Grand Gallimaufry, 267-269. Bray, Wordwell.
Semantic field and cognate distribution in Indo-European. In: T. M. Nikolaeva (ed) Issledovanija po Lingvistike i Semiotike, 180-190. Moscow.
Bronze Age languages of the Tarim Basin. Expedition 52, 3, 44-53.

2009 The Anatolian homeland hypothesis and the Anatolian Neolithic. In. S. Jamison, H. C.Melchert and B. Vine (eds) Proceedings of the 20th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, 133-162. Bremen, Hempen.
The conundrum of Iron Age ceramics: The evidence of language. Relics of Old Decency: archaeological studies in later prehistory, Festschrift for Barry Raftery, 181-192. Dublin, Wordwell.
New radiocarbon dates and a review of the chronology of prehistoric populations from the Minusinsk Basin, Southern Siberia, Russia. Radiocarbon 51, 243-273.
The Anatolian homeland hypothesis and the Anatolian Neolithic. In. S. Jamison, H. C.Melchert and B. Vine (eds) Proceedings of the 20th Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, 133-162. Bremen, Hempen.
Migrations in prehistoric Eurasia: Problems in the correlation of archaeology and language. Aramazd: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies 3, 2, 7-38.

2008* Radiouglerodnaya khronologiya pamyatnika Gonur Depe. Trudy Margianskoy arkheologicheskoy ekspeditsii,vol 2, Moscow, 166-179.

2007 The Indo-European language family: The historical question. History of the Greek Language, ed. Christidis, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 170-177.

2006 Irish origins: The archaeological, linguistic and genetic evidence. Migration and Myth: Ulster’s Revolving Door, ed.. B. S. Turner. Downpatrick, Ulster Local History Trust, 97-111.

Indo-European warfare. War and Sacrifice, eds. T. Pollard and I. Banks. Leiden, Brill, 77-98.

2005 Indo-European migration. Berkshire Encyclopedia of World History, W. McNeill (ed), vol 3, 975-981. Great Barrington, Berkshire.

2004* Horse-mounted invaders from the Russo-Kazakh steppe or agricultural colonists from western Central Asia? A craniometric investigation of the Bronze Age settlement of Xinjiang American Journal of Physical Anthropology 124, 199-222.

2004 Wheels and carts. The Seventy Great Inventions of the Ancient World, ed. B. Fagan, London, Thames and Hudson, 134-137.

Emain Macha. Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture, J. Donnelly (ed.), vol. 1, 214. Detroit, Thomson Gale.

2003* The date of Pazyryk. K. Boyle, C. Renfrew and M. Levine (eds) Ancient Interactions: East and West in Eurasia, McDonald Institute Monographs, Cambridge, 199-211.



2003 Indigenous Indo-Aryans: the preservation and total distribution principles. Journal of Indo-European Studies 30, 375-387.

2002* Recent excavations and speculations on the Navan complex. Antiquity 76, 532-541,



2002 Indo-Europeans and the steppelands: the model of language shift. In: Jones-Bley et al. (eds) Proceedings of the Thirteenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, 1-27. Washington: Institute for the Study of Man.
Archaeological models and Asian Indo-Europeans. Proceedings of the British Academy 116, 19-42.

2001 He indoeuropaikhós glossikhé oikogéneia: to istorikhó zétema. Istoria tes Ellenikes Glossas, ed. A-Ph. Khristides, Thessalinike, Kentro Ellenikes Glossas, 135-141.


Where did the Indo-Europeans come from? The Seventy Great Mysteries of the Ancient World, ed. B. Fagan, London: Thames and Hudson, 141-143

The Tarim mummies: Who were they? The Seventy Great Mysteries of the Ancient World, ed. B. Fagan, London: Thames and Hudson, 167-170.
Gli Indoeuropei e i popoli delle steppe: il modello della sostituzione delle lingue. In Gianluca Bocchi and Mauro Ceruti (eds) Le radici prime dell'Europea, 138-164. Milan: Bruno Mondadori.

Uralics and Indo-Europeans: Problems of time and space. In C. Carpelan, A. Parpola and P. Koskikallio (eds) Early Contacts between Uralic and Indo-European: Linguistic and Archaeological Considerations, 345-366. Helsinki: Suomalais-Ugrilainen Seura.

Additional Information:

Editor, Journal of Indo-European Studies (Washington, DC)
Editor, Emania: Bulletin of the Navan Research Group (Belfast)