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Name Kathryn de Luna
Position Associate Professor
Institutional Affiliation Georgetown University
Latitude 38.907584
Longitude -77.071733
Research Interests

Africa, Ancient, Medieval, Early Modern, Deep History, History of Emotions, STS, Archaeology, Historical Linguistics, Ethnography, Historical Methods

Websites https://gufaculty360.georgetown.edu/s/contact/00336000014TYQYAA4/kathryn-de-luna
Publications

Books (2)
Ericka Albaugh and Kathryn M. de Luna (eds.). Tracing Language Movement in Africa. New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.

Kathryn M. de Luna. Collecting Food, Cultivating People: Subsistence and Society in Central Africa. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2016.

Articles in Journals (9)
Kathryn M. de Luna. "Rethinking Ingombe Ilede and its Hinterland." Antiquity (2017)

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Tracing the Itineraries of Working Concepts across African History." African Economic History, 44 (2017): 235-257.

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Conceptualizing Vegetation in the Bantu Expansion: Reflections on Linguistics in Central African History." Quaternary International (2016)

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Marksmen and the Bush: the Affective Micro-Politics of Landscape, Sex, and Technology in Precolonial South Central Africa." Kronos: Southern African Histories, 41 (2015): 37-60.

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Affect and Society in Precolonial Africa." International Journal of African Historical Studies, 46, 1 (2013): 123-50.

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Hunting Reputations: Talent, Individualism, and Community-Building in Precolonial South Central Africa." Journal of African History, 53, 3 (2012): 279-99.

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Surveying the Boundaries of History and Archaeology: Early Botatwe Settlement in South Central Africa and the ‘Sibling Disciplines’ Debate." African Archaeological Review, 29, 2/3 (2012): 209-251.

Kathryn M. de Luna, Jeffrey B. Fleisher, and Susan K. McIntosh. "Thinking across the African Past: Interdisciplinarity and Early History." African Archaeological Review, 29, 2/3 (2012): 75-94.

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Classifying Botatwe: M.60 and K.40 Languages and the Settlement Chronology of South Central Africa." Africana Linguistica, 16 (2010): 65-96.

Articles in Books (5)
Kathryn M. de Luna. "Scales and Units: Language Movement and Change in Precolonial Central Africa." Tracing Langauge Movement in Africa, New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.

Ericka Albaugh and Kathryn M. de Luna. "Toward an Interdisciplinary Perspective on Language Movement and Change." Tracing Langauge Movement in Africa, New York: Oxford University Press, 2018.

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Conceptualizing Subsistence in Central Africa and the West over the Longue Durée." The Diversity of Hunter-Gatherer Pasts, 34-51. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2017.

Kathryn de Luna. "Bantu Expansion." Oxford Bibliographies in African Studies, New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Kathryn M. de Luna. "Affect in Ancient Africa: Historical Linguistics and the Challenge of ‘Emotion Talk’." Encoding Emotions in African Languages, 1-16. München: LINCOM Europa, 2011.

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