Jesse Tune

Jesse Tune
Assistant Professor of Anthropology

Professional interests

  • Hunter-gatherer behavioral adaptations during the Pleistocene/Holocene transition 
  • Lithic technological organization
  • Environmental archaeology
  • Geoarchaeology
  • Human/environment interactions
  • Public archaeology


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Assistant Professor of Anthropology published his research on ancient flute-pointed technologies in PaleoAmerica, a journal dedicated to studies of early human migration and dispersal. [9/11/19]

Tune JW,  Waters MR, Schmalle KA, DeSantis LRG, Kamenov GD. "Assessing the proposed pre-last glacial maximum human occupation of North America at Coats-Hines-Litchy, Tennessee, and other sites,"  Quaternary Science Reviews, 186, 47-59, April 15, 2018.

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