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Dental calculus indicates widespread plant use within the stable Neanderthal dietary niche2018 Journal of human evolution 119: 27-41
  • Andrea Darlas
  • Domingo C. Salazar-García
  • Katerina Harvati
  • Mauro Rubini
  • Robert C. Power
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
The evolution of human sleep: technological and cultural innovation associated with sleep-wake regulation among Hadza hunter-gatherers2017 Journal of human evolution 113: 91-102
  • Alyssa N. Crittenden
  • Audax Z.P. Mabulla
  • David R. Samson
  • Ibrahim A. Mabulla
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Ethnoarchaeology or simply archaeology?2016 World archaeology 48 (5): 687-92
  • Alfredo González-Ruibal
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243comments on D Lyons et al, see this issue 609-72; in special section 'Debating ethnoarchaeology'
Ethnoarchaeology and plio-pleistocene sites: some lessons from the Hadza2016 Journal of anthropological archaeology 44 (B): 158-65
  • Kristen Hawkes
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Reconsidering the "indigenous peoples" in the African context from the perspective of current livelihood and its historical changes: the case of the Sandawe and the Hadza in Tanzania2015 African study monographs 36 (1): 27-47
  • Haruna Yatsuka
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601in special issue 'Indigenous identities and ethnic coexistence in Africa'
Honey, Hadza, hunter-gatherers, and human evolution2014 Journal of human evolution 71: 119-28
  • Alyssa Crittenden
  • Brian Wood
  • Claire Porter
  • Frank W. Marlowe
  • J. Colette Berbesque
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'The other faunivory: the significance of insects & insect resources for nonhuman primates, modern humans, & extinct hominins'
A natural history of human tree climbing2014 Journal of human evolution 71: 105-18
  • Nathaniel J. Dominy
  • Thomas S. Kraft
  • Vivek V. Venkataraman
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484in special issue 'The other faunivory: the significance of insects & insect resources for nonhuman primates, modern humans, & extinct hominins'
The price of beans: teaching the cultural context of 'rational' economic decisions in introductory anthropology2013 Teaching anthropology 3 (1): 17-31
  • Matthew D. Whittle
The human operational sex ratio: effects of marriage, concealed ovulation, and menopause on mate competition2012 Journal of human evolution 63 (6): 834-42
  • Frank W. Marlowe
  • J. Colette Berbesque
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
The toal cost of father desertion2011 American journal of human biology 23 (6): 755-63
  • Jeffrey Winking
  • Michael Gurven
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Sex differences in Hadza eating frequency by food type2011 American journal of human biology 23 (3): 339-45
  • Alyssa N. Crittenden
  • Frank W. Marlowe
  • J. Colette Berbesque
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Tubers as fallback foods and their impact on Hadza hunter-gatherers2009 American journal of physical anthropology 140 (4): 751-8
  • Frank W. Marlowe
  • Julia C. Berbesque
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483in special 'Symposium issue'
Anthropometric data indicated nutritional homogeneity in Hadza foragers of Tanzania2007 American journal of human biology 19 (1): 107-18
  • Diana S. Sherry
  • Frank W. Marlowe
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Hadza children: the specificity of behaviour and the success of adaptation in multiethnic groups2007 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 2: 20-38, 68
  • A. Mabula
  • M. L. Butovskaia
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415in special section on 'Russian anthropologists in Tanzania'; English summary
Contemporary fieldwork of Russian anthropoplogists in the United Republic of Tanzania2007 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 2: 17-19, 68
  • M. L. Butovskaia
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415introduction to special section on 'Russian anthropologists in Tanzania'; English summary
Earth, wind, and fire: ethnoarchaeological signals of Hadza fires2007 Journal of archaeological science 34 (12): 2035-52
  • Brian M. Wood
  • Carolina Mallol
  • Claire C. Porter
  • Frank W. Marlowe
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
What explains the carcass field processing and transport decisions of contemporary hunter-gatherers? Measures of economic anatomy and zooarchaeological skeletal part representation2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (1): 19-66
  • Karen D. Lupo
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Prestige or provisioning? A test of foraging goals among the Hadza2006 Current anthropology 47 (2): 383-7
  • Brian M. Wood
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
Hunter-gatherers and human evolution2005 Evolutionary anthropology 14 (2): 54-67
  • Frank W. Marlowe
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538
What explains Hadza food sharing?2004 Research in economic anthropology 23: 69-88
  • Frank W. Marlowe
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic section 'Socioeconomic aspects of human behavioral ecology'
Another reply to Domínguez-Rodrigo2003 Journal of human evolution 45 (5): 417-19
  • J. F. O'Connell
  • K. D. Lupo
  • K. Hawkes
  • N. G. Blurton Jones
0047-2484reply to M Domínguez-Rodrigo, see this issue 411-15
Bone surface modification, power scavenging and the [display] model at early archaeological sites: a critical view2003 Journal of human evolution 45 (5): 401-15
  • Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo
0047-2484comments on 'Male strategies and plio-pleistocene archaeology' by JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, N Blurton Jones in J hum Evol 2002 (43:6) 831-72
Reply to Dominguez-Rodrigo2003 Journal of archaeological science 30 (4): 387-90
  • J. F. O'Connell
  • K. D. Lupo
0305-4403see this issue 381-6
On cut marks and statistical inferences: methodological comments on Lupo and O'Connell (2002)2003 Journal of archaeological science 30 (4): 381-6
  • Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo
0305-4403reply to 'Cut and tooth mark distributions on large animal bones: ethnoarchaeological data from the Hadza and their implications for current ideas about early human carnivory' by KD Lupo and JF O'Connell in J archaeol Sci 2002 (29:1), 85-109
Male strategies and plio-pleistocene archaeology2002 Journal of human evolution 43 (6): 831-72
  • J. F. O'Connell
  • K. D. Lupo
  • K. Hawkes
  • N. G. Blurton Johnes
0047-2484
Fluctuating asymmetry of a foraging population: the Hadza of Tanzania2002 Annals of human biology 29 (5): 495-501
  • F. Marlowe
  • P. B. Gray
0301-4460German and French summaries
Antiquity of postreproductive life: are there modern impacts on hunter-gatherer postreproductive life spans?2002 American journal of human biology 14 (2): 184-205
  • James F. O'Connell
  • Kristen Hawkes
  • Nicholas G. Blurton Jones
1042-0533in thematic section 'Human evolutionary demography'
Cut and tooth mark distributions on large animal bones: ethnoarchaeological data from the Hadza and their implications for current ideas about early human carnivory2002 Journal of archaeological science 29 (1): 85-109
  • James F. O'Connell
  • Karen D. Lupo
0305-4403
Hunting and nuclear families: some lessons from the Hadza about men's work2001 Current anthropology 42 (5): 681-710
  • J. F. O'Connell
  • K. Hawkes
  • N. G. Blurton Jones
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
Archaeological skeletal part profiles and differential transport: an ethnoarchaeological example from Hadza bone assemblages2001 Journal of anthropological archaeology 20 (3): 361-78
  • Karen D. Lupo
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
The Hadzabbe of Tanzania1999 Indigenous affairs 2 (30)
  • Gonga Petro
  • Gudo Mahiya
  • Simon Charles
H6/KD [INDIGENOUS-]
Les Hadzabe de Tanzanie1999 Ethnies 27: 74-6
  • Charles Simon
  • Gonga Petro
  • Gudo Mahiya
0295-9151in special issue 'Voix africaines: pasteurs et chasseurs-cueilleurs en Afrique sub-Sharienne'
The Hadza carcass transport debate revisited and its archaeological implications1998 Journal of archaeological science 25 (5): 405-24
  • Christopher M. Monahan
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]
Swift and sure-footed on the savanna: a study of Hadzabe gaits and feet in northern Tanzania1997 American journal of human biology 9 (3): 303-21
  • Charles M. Musiba
The woman with the zebra's penis: gender, mutability and performance1997 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 3 (3): 537-60
  • Camilla Powers
HI [JOURNAL-]French summary
Paternal care among the Hadza of Tanzania1997 Anthroquest 4: 1, 3-4
  • Frank Marlowe
Hadza women's time allocation, offspring provisioning, and the evolution of long postmenopausal life spans [with comments and reply]1997 Current anthropology 38 (4): 551-77
  • K. W. Hawkes
H6 [CURRENT-]
Quantitative ethnography and the study of human social behavior1997 Anthroquest 4: 1, 3-4
  • Rebecca Bliege Bird
Patterns in the distribution, site structure and assemblage composition of Hadza kill-butchering sites1992 Journal of archaeological science 19 (3): 319-45
  • J F O'Connell
  • K Hawkes
  • N G Jones
Demography of the Hadza, an increasing and high density population of savanna foragers1992 American Journal of physical anthropology 89 (2): 159-81
  • N G B Jones
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]