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The descent of nations: social evolutionary theory, modernism and ethno-symbolism2019 Nations and nationalism 25 (1): 104-23
  • William Kerr
*H6/KF [NATIONS-]1354-5078in '25th anniversary issue'
Changing narratives of race and environment in the nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century Brazilian Amazon2019 Bulletin of Latin American research 38 (2): 150-63
  • Mark Harris
  • Silvia Espelt-Bombin
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Race and geography in Latin American history'
Imagined races: from environmental determism to geographical authenticity in twentieth-century Argentina2019 Bulletin of Latin American research 38 (2): 164-78
  • Michela Coletta
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Race and geography in Latin American history'
Paolo Mantegazza's vision: the science of man behind the world's first museum of anthropology (Florence, Italy, 1869)2019 Museum anthropology 42 (2): 109-24
  • Cesare Marino
  • Paul Michael Taylor
H6 [MUSEUM-]0892-8339
Status organizes cooperation: an evolutionary theory of status and social order2018 American journal of sociology 123 (6): 1601-34
  • Noah P. Mark
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
How dare our 'prehistoric' have a prehistory of their own?! The interplay of historical and biographical contexts in early French archaeology of the Pacific2017 Journal of Pacific archaeology 8 (1): 23-34
  • Emilie Dotte-Sarout
H6/KE [NEW-]1179-4704in special issue 'On the edge of archaeology: the historiography of Australian, Pacific and Southeast Asian archaeology'; French summary
The first stone and the last Tasmanian: the colonial correspondence of Edward Burnett Tylor and Henry Ling Roth2016 Oceania 86 (3): 320-43
  • Rebe Taylor
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077in special issue 'Before the field: ethnography's challenge to British anthropology'
The Darwinian-like evolution of language from near incipient vernaculars to modern idioms2016 Human evolution 31 (4): 237-48
  • B.H. Bichakjian
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Theoretical production and the circulation of ideas in social sciences in Argentina. Three contrasting cases during the decades of 1960s and 1970s2016 Cuadernos de antropologia social (43): 51-71
  • Gastón Julián Gil
H6/KF [CUADERNOS-]0327-3776in special issue 'Antropología de la ciencia y la tecnología'; English and Portuguese summaries
Rethinking the structural analysis of palaeolithic art: new perspectives on Leroi-Gourhan's structuralism2015 Cambridge archaeological journal 25 (3): 657-72
  • Eduardo Palacio-Pérez
  • Oscar Moro Abadía
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Anthropology, colonialism and the reflexive turn: finding a place to stand2015 Anthropologica (New Series) 57 (2): 481-9
  • Michael Asch
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Consent, collaboration, treaty: toward anti-colonial praxis in indigenous-settler research relations'; French summary
The Darwinian-like evolution of language from near incipient vernaculars to modern idioms2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 35-46
  • B.H. Bichakjian
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Darwin's view of language in the Descent of Man: an intertextual reading2014 Human evolution 29 (4): 303-18
  • S. Gensini
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Evolution's republic: groundwork for biosocial contract2014 Social science information 53 (4): 518-41
  • Alex Schulman
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184with comments and reply, 542-58; French summary
Why the perspective of Plato and Aristotle is more relevant today than the model of a 'biosocial state of nature' in Alex Schulman's 'Evolution's republic'2014 Social science information 53 (4): 542-4
  • Roger D. Masters
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184see 518-41, with reply by author 551-8
Rousseau, evolution, and liberalism: a response to Alex Schulman's 'Evolution's republic'2014 Social science information 53 (4): 545-6
  • Larry Arnharrt
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184see 518-41, with reply by author 551-8
Cooperative and competitive? A comment on Alex Schulman's 'Evolution's republic'2014 Social science information 53 (4): 547-50
  • Laurette T. Liesen
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184see 518-41, with reply by author 551-8
A reply to the commentaries on 'Evolution's republic'2014 Social science information 53 (4): 551-8
  • Alex Schulman
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184see comments in this issue, 542-50
Dušan Bandić - context, opus, significance2014 Ethno-anthropological problems journal 9 (1): 17-33
  • Ivan Kovačević
H6/KVP [ETNOANTROPOLOSKI PROBLEMI Casopis -]0353-1589English and French summaries
The possibility of shamanism: a genealogy of anthropological appropriations2013 History and anthropology 24 (3): 344-62
  • Dan Whisker
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206
At a crossroads. Portugal and the high human antiquity2013 Bulletin du Musée d'Anthropologie préhistorique de Monaco (53): 43-51
  • Ana Cristina Martins
H6/KE [MONACO. Musee d'Anthropologie Prehistorique. Bulletin]0544-7631in thematic issue 'Sources of prehistory in southern Europe'; English summary
Colonialism and "invisibile college" at the emergence of Canarian archaeology in the 19th c.2013 Bulletin du Musée d'Anthropologie préhistorique de Monaco (53): 53-61
  • A. José Farrujia de la Rosa
H6/KE [MONACO. Musee d'Anthropologie Prehistorique. Bulletin]0544-7631in thematic issue 'Sources of prehistory in southern Europe'; English summary
Last of the stone age warriors2013 American anthropologist 115 (4): 671-4
  • Beth A. Conklin
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294review article on Noble savages: my life among two dangerous tribes - the Yanomamö and the anthropologists by NA Chagnon (New York: Simon and Schuster, 2013)
Charles R. Browne, the Irish 'headhunter'2013 Irish journal of anthropology 16 (1): 16-22
  • Ciarán Walsh
H6/KVC [IRISH-]1393-8592
The origin of bounded rationality and intelligence2013 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 157 (3): 269-80
  • Andrew W. Lo
H6 [AMERICAN-]0003-49X
Etnocenologia: as encarnações do imaginário. Unidade da espécie. Diversidade dos olhares2013 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 56 (2): 99-136
  • Jean-Marie Pradier
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701in special issue 'Antropologia e performance'; English summary
An exercise in theoretical archaeology: do archaeological cultures exist?2013 Ethno-anthropological problems journal 8 (3): 633-55
  • Marko Porčić
H6/KVP [ETNOANTROPOLOSKI PROBLEMI Casopis -]0353-1589in special issue 'Archaeology'; English and French summaries
To understand the baboon: the triumph of evolutionary methods2012 Evolutionary anthropology 21 (4): 131-5
  • Kenneth M. Weiss
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
Cockoos, ants, bees and the evolution of instincts2012 Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi ciências humanas 7 (1): 179-94
  • César Ades
H6/KUL [BOLETIM-]1981-8122English summary
The second Darwinian revolution: steps toward a new evolutionary environmental sociology2012 Nature and culture 7 (3): 231-58
  • Paul McLaughlin
H6 [NATUR-]1558-6073
Photography and the comparative method: the construction of an anthropological archive2012 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 18 (2): 369-96
  • Christopher Morton
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Does culture evolve by means of Darwinian selection? The lessons from Candide's travels2012 Social science information 51 (3): 364-88
  • Dominique Guillo
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0539-0184French summary
Durkheim in the Rivisita Italiana di Sociologia (1897-1921)2012 Archives de sciences sociales des religions 57 (159): 63-87
  • Salvatore Abbruzzese
H6/KFO [ARCHIVES-]0335-5985in special issue 'Durkheim: Les formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse (1912). Retour sur un héritage'; English and Spanish summaries
Induced altruism in religious, military, and terrorist organizations2012 Cross-cultural research 47 (2): 131-61
  • Hector N. Qirko
H6/KF [BEHAVIOR-]1069-3971in special issue 'Evolutionary approaches to cross-cultural anthropology'
From neurons to a social mind. A Darwinian point of view of the "mirror neuron system"2012 Human evolution 27 (4): 231-60
  • A. Attanasio
  • A. Oliverio
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Joseph Leidy between two paradigms of paleontology2012 Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi ciências humanas 7 (2): 547-61
  • Felipe Faria
H6/KUL [BOLETIM-]1981-8122English summary
Predicting Homo pigmentation phenotype through genomic data: from Neanderthal to James Watson2012 American journal of human biology 24 (5): 705-9
  • Caio C.S. Cerqueira
  • Francis M.B. Zambra
  • Francisco M. Salzano
  • Tábita Hünemeier
  • Vanessa R. Paixão-Côrtes
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
I contributi della primatologia all'antropologia: disavventure ed inciampi del metodo comparativo da St. George Mivart a Napoleon Chagnon2012 Archivio per l'antropologia e la etnologia 142: 137-43
  • Francesca Bigoni
H6 [ARCHIVIO-]0373-3009English summary
Giuseppe Sergi, "champion" of Darwinism?2011 Journal of anthropological science: Rivista di Antropologia 89: 59-69
  • Alessandro Volpone
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0085-5723
Patagonian archaeology and the reconstruction of indigenous history2011 Revista española de antropología americana 41 (1): 27-50
  • Joan A. Barceló
  • Laura Mameli
  • M. Florencia del Castillo Bernal
H6/KUL [MADRID-]0556-6533English summary
Believing in adaptation: three classical proposals for archaeology and one evaluation2011 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología 13: 55-73
  • Vivian Scheinsohn
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485Xin special issue 'Antropología biológica y zooarqueología: desdibujando barreras disciplinares'; English and Portuguese summaries
Evolutionisms: Lewis Henry Morgan, time, and the question of sociocultural evolutionary theory2011 Histories of anthropology annual 7: 91-126
  • Brad D. Hume
H1 [HISTORIES-]1557-637X
A redirection in neo-evolutionism? A retrospective examination of the Algonquian family hunting territories debates2011 Histories of anthropology annual 7: 170-90
  • Siomonn Pulla
H1 [HISTORIES-]1557-637X
The Weald of Kent: Darwin hesitated to Ussher in a better date2011 Evolutionary anthropology 20 (4): 126-30
  • Kenneth M. Weiss
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
A meta-analysis of fat intake, reproduction, and breast cancer risk: an evolutionary perspective2011 American journal of human biology 23 (5): 601-8
  • Laurah B. Turner
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Are biological models useful for theorizing social and cultural evolution?2011 Préhistoires méditerranéennes N.S. 2: 105-22
  • Alain Testart
H6/KE [PREHISTOIRE-]1167-492XEnglish summary
Settler historical consciousness in the local history museum2011 Museum anthropology 34 (2): 156-72
  • Andrea L. Smith
H6 [MUSEUM-]0892-8339
Mr. Darwin's misfortune: the burden of knowing too much2011 Evolutionary anthropology 20 (2): 43-7
  • Kenneth M. Weiss
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
Neo-evolutionism and cultural ecology. The Argentine renovation of anthropology teaching under the influence of Julian Stewart2010 Revista del Museo de Antropologia (3): 225-38
  • Gastón Julián Gil
H6/KUL [CORDOBA-]1852-060Xin thematic section 'Otras antropologías y otras historias de la antropologia argentina'; English summary
Monkey business in Congo2010 Cahiers d'études africaines (198-200): 1112-45
  • Nicolas Martin-Granel
H6/KY [CAHIERS-]0008-0055in special 50th anniversary issue, with reprint of F Braudel's introduction to issue 1, English summary