David Stuart

David Stuart, the first student in the State of West Virginia to earn a degree in Anthropology, came to UNM in ’67/’68 where he earned the Masters and Ph.D. and, later, an honorary doctorate from WVa Wesleyan College. He has conducted fieldwork in Mexico, Alaska, Ecuador ,and the American Southwest, where he continues to publish in both Anthropology and Archaeology. He served the University of New Mexico as a senior academic administrator for many years, and still teaches the Archaeology of New Mexico. His major books include Prehistoric New Mexico, Glimpses of the Ancient Southwest, Anasazi America, The Guaymas Chronicles, and Zone of Tolerance.