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The rise of ancient Israel in the Iron I-IIA. The need for a closer look2019 Near Eastern Archaeology 82 (1): 5-7
  • Omer Sergi
  • Yuval Gadot
H6/KE [BIBLICAL-]0006-0895in special issue 'The rise of ancient Israel'
Beyond the mainstream: Max Schmidt's researchy on "The Arawak" in the context of contemporary German Ethnology2019 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 62 (1): 166-95
  • Michael Kraus
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701in special issue 'The German tradition in Latin American anthropology, 1884-1945'
The Desert Fayum in the twenty-first century2018 Antiquity 92 (361): 233-8
  • Joshua Emmitt
  • Rebecca Phillipps
  • Simon Holdaway
  • Veerle Linseele
  • Willeke Wendrich
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Islam in Champa and the making of factitious history2018 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society (Series 3) 28 (4): 717-47
  • Stephen G. Haw
H6/KW [ROYAL-]1356-1863
The perception of the ideas of Fr. Wilhelm Schmidt in Russia in the context of the history of Russian religious studies2018 Anthropos (St Augustin) 113 (2): 675-84
  • Konstantin Mikhaylovič Antonov
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
The study on the bronze he-pitchers of the Shang and Zhou Dynasties2018 Kaogu Xuebao (4): 433-456
  • Guoli Tian
  • Wenbo Han
  • Yushang Peng
H6/KE [KAOGU XUEBAO-]0453-2902English summary
Maritime hominid dispersals in the pleistocene: advancing the debate2017 Antiquity 91 (356): 510-19
  • Curtis Runnels
  • Thomas P. Leppard
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Social sciences and archaeological enquiry2017 Antiquity 91 (356): 520-8
  • Michael E. Smith
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Debating Chichen Itza2017 Ancient Mesoamerica 28 (1): 119-36
  • William R. Ringle
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
A universalist taxonomy for pictures2017 American Indian rock art 43: 139-48
  • Livio Dobrez
What went wrong in cross-cultural psychology over the past 40 years?2017 Human evolution 32 (1-2): 95-138
  • G. W. Oesterdiekhoff
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
Erhard Eylmann's missionary positions2017 Anthropological forum 27 (3): 240-55
  • Peter Monteath
H6/KX [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0066-4677in special issue 'German missionaries and Australian anthropology'
Salado in Phoenix2017 Archaeology Southwest 31 (2/3): 37-42
  • Barnaby V. Lewis
  • Glen E. Rice
  • Jeffrey Clark
  • Lewis Borck
  • William H. Doelle
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Phoenix underground'
Anthropology and historiography: a deconstructive analysis of K. C. Chang's shamanic approach in Chinese archaeology2017 Numen 64 (5-6): 497-544
  • Feng Qu
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973
A feminist critique of Chacoan archaeology: comment on Heitman's (2016) feminist science and Chacoan archaeology2017 American antiquity 82 (3): 609-10
  • John Ware
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see '"A mother for all people": feminist science and Chacoan archaeology' by C C Heitman in Amer Antiq, 2016 (81): 471-89, with reply by author in this issue 611-12; Spanish summary
Feminist science and Chacoan archaeology: reply to Ware2017 American antiquity 82 (3): 611-12
  • Carrie C. Heitman
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see this issue, 609-10; Spanish summary
Pluralism of methods in religious studies. A SWOT analysis2017 Anthropos (St Augustin) 112 (2): 616-24
  • Adam Anczyk
  • Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
Chronicle of a disaster foretold: scientific risk assessment, public participation, and the politics of imperilment in Bristol Bay, Alaska2016 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 22: 108-26
  • Karen Hébert
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987in special issue 'Environmental futures'; French summary
Evaluating the Anthropocene: is there something useful about a geological epoch of humans?2016 Antiquity 90 (350): 504-18
  • Todd J. Braje
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xwith comments and reply
Asymmetric flows, critical zones, and zero-carbon citizens. A report on: 'How to think the anthropocene?', November 2015, Paris, France2016 Critique of anthropology 36 (2): 212-20
  • Anthony Knight
  • Craig Ritchie
H6 [CRITIQUE-]0308-275X
Sandia cave reconsidered2016 North American archaeologist 37 (3): 170-83
  • Charles H. McNutt
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
"A mother for all the people": feminist science and Chacoan archaeology2016 American antiquity 81 (3): 471-89
  • Carrie C. Heitman
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
From radiocarbon analysis to interpretation: a comment on 'Phytolith radiocarbon dating in archaeological and paleoecological research: a case study of phytoliths from modern neotropical plants and a review of the previous dating evidence', Journal of Archaeological Science (2015), doi: 10.1016/j.jas.2015.06.002.' by Dolores R. Piperno2016 Journal of archaeological science 71: 51-8
  • Anne Alexandre
  • Christine A. Prior
  • Guaciara M. Santos
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403comments on D Piperno, see 'Phytolith radiocarbon dating in archaeological and paleoecological research: a case study of phytoliths from modern neotropical plants and a review of the previous dating evidence' by D Piperno in J archaeol Sci 2015 (68), 54-61
Standard evaluations of bomb curves and age calibrations along with consideration of environmental and biological variability show the rigor of phytolith dates on modern neotropical plants: review of comment by Santos, Alexandre, and Prior2016 Journal of archaeological science 71: 59-67
  • Dolores R. Piperno
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403reply to GM Santos et al., see this issue, 51-8
Innovations 'out of place': controversies over IVF beginnings in India between 1978 and 20052016 Medical anthropology 35 (1): 73-89
  • Sandra Bärnreuther
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Diversions of biomedical technologies in a globalized world'
Neuromodulation technologies and the regulation of forms of life: exploring, treating, enhancing2016 Medical anthropology 35 (1): 90-103
  • Baptiste Moutad
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Diversions of biomedical technologies in a globalized world'
Can we talk about post-Soviet science?2016 Folklore (Tartu) 63: 121-6
  • Aimar Ventsel
  • Natal'ia Struchkova
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Darwin, Freud, and the continuing misrepresentation of the primal horde2016 Current anthropology 57 (6): 838-43
  • Richard J. Smith
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204
The reaction of Czech thinkers and especially of Catholic theologians to the evolution theory of human origin in global context (1840-1950)2016 Anthropos (St Augustin) 111 (2): 607-18
  • Ctirad V. Pospíšil
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
I Kalasha dell'Hindu Kush: origini tra mito, immaginario e scienza2016 Archivio per l'antropologia e la etnologia 146: 7-20
  • Francesca Bigoni
H6 [ARCHIVIO-]0373-3009in thematic issue 'Altri sentieri d'Asia: vita, cultura e miti dei popoli dell'Hindu Kush'; English summary
Cui bono? Thoughts about a 'reconsideration' of the Tărtăria tablets2016 Dacia (New Series) 60: 281-92
  • Attila László
H6/KE [DACIA-]0070-251XRomanian summary
Could a cave hyena have made a musical instrument? A reply to Cajus G. Diedrich2016 Arheološki vestnik 67: 401-7
  • Borut Toškan
  • Ivan Turk
  • Matija Turk
H6/KE [ARHEOLOSKI-]0570-8966Slovenian summary
Psilocybin-containing mushrooms, upper palaeolithic rock art and the neuropsychological model2015 Rock art research 32 (1): 84-9
  • Patricia A. Helvenston
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426with comment and reply, 90-115
The ritualised mind alteration hypothesis of the origins and evolution of the symbolic human mind2015 Rock art research 32 (1): 90-7
  • Tom Froese
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comment on PA Helvenston, 84-9, with reply by author 97-115
Suppositions of psilocybin-mushroom incorporation as the main driver of human cognitive and symbolic evolution2015 Rock art research 32 (1): 97-115
  • Patricia A. Helvenston
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426reply to comment by T Froese 90-7
Social complexity in southern Africa2015 African archaeological review 32 (1): 71-91
  • Thomas N. Huffman
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338French summary
IUAES World congress 2013: Evolving Humanity, Emerging Worlds, 5-10 August 20132015 Critique of anthropology 35 (2): 205-19
  • Simone Abrams
H6 [CRITIQUE-]0308-275X
Drift voyages across the mid-Atlantic2015 Antiquity 89 (345): 724-31
  • Richard T. Callaghan
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The death of a pterodactyl2015 Antiquity 89 (346): 872-84
  • Jean-Loïc Le Quellec
  • Marvin Rowe
  • Paul Bahn
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The origin of the Magdalenian: a controversial issue. La Calda cave and other sites in Nalón valley (Asturias, northern Spain)2015 Munibe 66: 53-75
  • Francisco J. Vicente Santos
  • M. Soledad Corchón-Rodríguez
  • Paula Ortega Martínez
H6/KE [MUNIBE-]1132-2217English and Basque summaries
Controversies in age estimation from developing teeth2015 Annals of human biology 42 (4): 397-406
  • Helen M. Liversidge
H6/HB [ANNALS-]0301-4460
Ethnische und chronologische Verhältnisse im Gräberfeld nr. 3 von Brateiu, Siebenbürgen2015 Dacia (New Series) 59: 153-76
  • Daniel-Călin Anton
H6/KE [DACIA-]0070-251XEnglish and Romanian summaries
Late Iron age archaeology in Romania and the politics of the past2015 Dacia (New Series) 59: 337-61
  • Cătălin Nicolae Popa
H6/KE [DACIA-]0070-251XRomanian summary
The Baltic and Arabic character of the Sovius tale. The origins of the mythonym2015 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 49: 35-48
  • Il'ia Lemeshkin
H6/KVT [TAUTOSAKOS-]1392-2831in special section 'Studies of the traditional worldview'; English summary
The female Homo pelvis from Gona: response to Ruff (2010)2014 Journal of human evolution 68: 32-5
  • Jay Qade
  • Naomi E. Levin
  • Scott W. Simpson
  • Sileshi Semaw
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Thin and thinner: hypothesis-driven research and the study of humans2014 Numen 61 (2/3): 166-81
  • Chris G. Sibley
  • Joseph Bulbulia
  • Marc Stewart Wilson
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973in special double issue 'Researching religion: methodological debates in anthropology and the study of religion'
Controlled overshot flaking: a response to Eren Patten O'Brien, and Meltzer2014 Lithic technology 39 (1): 46-54
  • Bruce Bradley
  • Jon C. Lohse
  • Michael B. Collins
*H6/KE [LITHIC-]0197-7261comments on 'Refuting the technological cornerstone of the ice-age Atlantic crossing hypothesis' by MI Eren, RJ Patten, MJ O'Brien, and DJ Meltzer in J Archaeol Sci (40): 2934-2941; with reply by authors in this issue, 55-63
Ten years of Solutreans on the ice: a consideration of technological logistics and paleogenetics for assessing the colonization of the Americas2014 World archaeology 46 (5): 734-51
  • David T.G. Clinnik
  • James W.P. Walker
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243
Solutreans hypothesis: genetics, the mammoth in the room2014 World archaeology 46 (5): 734-51
  • Bruce Bradley
  • Dennis Stanford
  • Stephen Oppenheimer
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243
Solutrean seal hunters? Modeling transatlantic migration parameters fundamental to the Solutrean hypothesis for the peopling of North America2014 Journal of anthropological research 70 (4): 573-600
  • Kelly M. Phillips
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710