Doctoral Candidate in Anthropology
Research Interests: Stable isotope analyses, zooarchaeology, origins of urbanism, pastoralism, environmental archaeology, migration and seasonal mobility, and trade
Research Areas: Israel, Near East, Southern Caucasus, Eastern Europe, Central Asia
Research Assocations: Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State University. https://www.cobb.msstate.edu/node/79
Larson, Kara, Elizabeth Arnold, and James W. Hardin (2023)
Resource Allocation and Rising Complexity during the Iron Age IIA: An Isotopic Case Study
from Khirbet Summeily, Israel. Quaternary International 646: 68-80.
Larson, Kara, and James W. Hardin (2022)
Rethinking "Cultic" Herd Management: A Multi-Isotopic Perspective on the Proposed Iron
Age IIA Cultic Space at Khirbet Summeily. In Pursuit of Visibility: Essays in Archaeology,
Ethnography, and Text in Honor of Beth Alpert Nakhai, edited by Jennie Ebeling and Laura
Mazow. University of Arizona Press.
Larson, Kara, James W. Hardin, and Sara Cody (2020)
Cultural Modification Analyses on Faunal Remains in Relation to Space Use from Field VI
EB IIIA Tell el-Hesi. Palestine Exploration Quarterly 152(04): 365-389.
Ludvik, Geoffrey, and Kara Larson (2020)
Identification of an EB IIIA Incised Bone Tube Workshop at Tell el-Hesi, Israel. Palestine
Exploration Quarterly 152(04): 332-364. https://doi.org/10.1080/00310328.2020.1848085