Professor of Anthropology
Ph.D. 1982; M.A. 1975, University of Pennsylvania; B.A. 1972, Barnard College
- later Prehistoric Europe
- medieval archaeology
- Near Eastern archaeology and prehistory
Associate Professor, NYU Department of Anthropology
Treasurer, Executive and International Committee Member, International Council for Archaeozoology
Affiliated Faculty, NYU Institute for the Study of the Ancient World
Affiliated Faculty, NYU Medieval and Renaissance Center
Faculty Member, NYU Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies
Core Faculty, MA in Human Skeletal Biology
Selected Publications[ Academia | ResearchGate ]
Crabtree, P.J. 2016. Zooarchaeology in Oceania: An Overview. Archaeology in Oceania 51(1): 1-6.
Crabtree, P.J. & Campana, D.V. 2015. Wool production, wealth, and trade in Middle Saxon England, in B.S. Arbuckle & S.A. McCarty (Eds.) Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World, pp. 337-353. Boulder: University of Colorado Press.
Crabtree, P.J. 2015. Urban-Rural Interactions in East Anglia: the Evidence from Zooarchaeology, in A. Wilkin, J. Naylor, D. Keene, & A.-J. Bijsterveld (Eds.) Dynamic Interactions: Town and Countryside in Northwestern Europe in the Middle Ages, The Medieval Countryside 11, pp. 35-48. Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols.
Crabtree, P.J. & Campana, D.V. 2014. Animal Bone, in A. Tester, S. Anderson, I. Riddler, & B. Carr (Eds.) Brandon, Staunch Meadow, Suffolk: A High Status Middle Saxon Settlement on the Fen Edge, East Anglian Archaeology 151, pp. 296-312. Bury St. Edmunds, UK: Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service.
Crabtree, P.J. & Campana, D.V. 2014. Animal use at medieval Kinik Höyük, a 12th-13th century site in Southern Cappadocia, Turkey, in S.D. Stull (Ed.) From West to East: Current Approaches to Medieval Archaeology, pp. 162-169. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
Johnston, S.A., Crabtree, P.J., & Campana, D.V. 2014. Performance, place, and power at Dún Ailinne, a ceremonial site of the Irish Iron Age. World Archaeology 46(2): 206-223.
Crabtree, P.J. 2014. Animal husbandry and farming in East Anglia from the 5th to the 10th centuries CE. Quaternary International 346: 102-108.
Crabtree, P.J. 2013. A note on the role of dogs in Anglo-Saxon society: evidence from East Anglia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 25(6): 976-980.
Campana, M.G., Bower, M.A., & Crabtree, P.J. 2013. Ancient DNA for the Archaeologist: the Future of African Research. African Archaeological Review 30: 21-37.
Crabtree, P.J. 2012. Middle Saxon Animal Husbandry in East Anglia. East Anglian Archaeology, 143. Norfolk, UK: East Anglian Archaeology.
Adams, B. & Crabtree, P.J. 2011. Comparative Osteology: A Laboratory and Field Manual of Common North American Animals. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Campana, D.V., Crabtree, P.J., deFrance, S., Lev-Tov, J., Choyke, A. (Eds.) 2010. Anthropological Approaches to Zooarchaeology: Colonialism, Complexity and Animal Transformations. Oxford: Oxbow.
Crabtree, P.J. 2010. Agricultural Innovation and Socio-economic Change in Early Medieval Europe: Evidence from Britain and France. World Archaeology 42(1): 122-136.
Johnston, S.A., Campana, D.V., & Crabtree, P.J. 2009. A Geophysical Survey at Dún Ailinne, County Kildare, Ireland. Journal of Field Archaeology 34(4): 385-402.