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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Liminal light and primate evolution2020 Annual review of anthropology 49: 257-76
  • Amanda D. Melin
  • Nathaniel J. Dominy
H1 [BIENNIAL-]0084-6570
Bridging theory and bow hunting: human cognitive evolution and archaeology2016 Antiquity 90: 219-28
  • Frederick L. Coolidge
  • Marlize Lombard
  • Miriam Noël Haidle
  • Thomas Wynn
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The evolution of cultural complexity: not by the treadmill alone2016 Current anthropology 57 (3): 261-86
  • Claes Andersson
  • Dwight Read
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
Early evidence for brilliant ritualized display: specularite use in the Northern Cape (South Africa) between ~500 and ~300 Ka2016 Current anthropology 57 (3): 287-310
  • Ian Watts
  • Jayne Wilkins
  • Michael Chazan
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
Group selection in the evolution of religion: genetic evolution or cultural evolution?2015 Journal of cognition and culture 15 (3-4): 235-53
  • Taylor Davis
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Ethnographic insight into the prehistoric significance of red ochre2015 Digging stick 32 (2): 7-10
  • Riaan F. Rifkin
H6/KE [SOUTH-]1013-7521
The evolution of modern behaviour and its implications for maritime dispersal during the paleolithic2015 Cambridge archaeological journal 25 (4): 829-46
  • Thomas P. Leppard
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Of hunters and handles: insights from palaeoanthropology2014 Antiquity 88 (341): 975-6
  • David R. Braun
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xreview article on From hand to handle: the first industrial revolution by L Barham (Oxford: Oxford Univ Pr, 2013), and on Rough and tumble: aggression, hunting, and human evolution by T Rayne Pickering (Berkeley: Univ of Calif Pr, 2013)
Archaic modernity vs the high priesthood: on the nature of unstable archaeological/palaeoanthropological orthodoxies2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 131-56
  • Jason Randall Thompson
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426with comments and reply
Bones from the Barbary coast2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 139-40
  • Ahmed Achrati
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
Will the empire strike back?2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 140-1
  • Robert G. Bednarik
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
What is art?2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 142
  • Tony Convey
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
Present control of the past in the interpretation of human evolution2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 142-4
  • Robert B. Eckhardt
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
Palaeoanthropology's persistent memory hole: the 'Homo floresiensis' affair2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 144-6
  • Maciej Hennberg
  • Robert B. Eckhardt
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
Clarifying the 'African Eve' concept2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 146-8
  • Anatole A. Klyosov
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
Sociological approaches to archaeological research2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 148-9
  • Oscar Moro Abadia
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
The tip of the iceberg2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 149-50
  • Roy Querejazu Lewis
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
Homo querulosus2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 150-1
  • Ian Tattersall
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426comments on Randall Thompson in this issue, 131-9
Response2014 Rock art research 31 (2): 151-6
  • Jason Randall Thompson
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426see comments in this issue, 139-51
Are stone-age genes created out of whole cloth? Evaluating claims about the evolution of behavior2014 Dialectical anthropology 38 (3): 305-32
  • Alison Nash
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092in thematic section 'Critiques of evolutionary psychology'
Aquatic adapting of human newborns2014 Human evolution 29 (1/3): 141-70
  • D.J.W. Meijers
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0393-9375
The cognitive implication of controlled fire use by early humans2013 Cambridge archaeological journal 23 (1): 113-28
  • Terrence Twomey
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Advances in the study of the origins of humanness2013 Journal of anthropological research 69 (1): 7-31
  • Sally McBrearty
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Recognizing complex cognition through innovative technology in stone age and palaeolithic sites2013 Cambridge archaeological journal 23 (2): 163-83
  • Lyn Wadley
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Icea ge art: the arrival of the modern mind2013 Antiquity 87 (337): 905-8
  • Paul Bahn
  • Paul Pettitt
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xreview article on Ice age art: arrival of the modern mind by J Cook (London: British Museum Pr, 2013)
Ban Non Wat: new light on the metal ages of Southeast Asia2013 Antiquity 87 (337): 909-11
  • Joyce C. White
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xreview article on Origins of the civilization of Angkor, volume 4. The excavation of Ban Non Wat: part 2: the neolithic occupation eds CF W Higham and A Kijngam (Bangkok: Thai Fine Arts Department, 2010), on Origins of the civilization of Angkor, volume 5. The excavation of Ban Non Wat: part 3: the bronze age eds CF W Higham and A Kijngam (Bangkok: Thai Fine Arts Department, 2012), and on Origins of the civilization of Angkor, volume 6. The excavation of Ban Non Wat: part 4: the iron age, summary and conclusions eds CF W Higham and A Kijngam (Bangkok: Thai Fine Arts Department, 2012)
Neanderthal graphic behavior: the pecked pebble from Axlor rockshelter (northern Spain)2013 Journal of anthropological research 69 (3): 397-410
  • Blanca Ochoa Fraile
  • Ignacio Barandiarán Maestu
  • Marcos García-Diez
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Thinking strings: additional evidence for personal ornament use in the middle stone age at Blombos cave, South Africa2013 Journal of human evolution 64 (6): 500-17
  • Christopher S. Henshilwood
  • Francesco d'Errico
  • Karen L. van Nieken
  • Marian Vanhaeren
  • Rudolph Erasmus
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
The context, form and significance of the MSA engraved ostrich eggshell collection from Diepkloof rock shelter, Western Cape, South Africa2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (9): 3412-31
  • Cedric Poggenpoel
  • Guillaume Porraz
  • Jean-Philippe Rigaud
  • John Parkington
  • Pierre-Jean Texier
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403in special issue 'The middle stone age at Diepkloof rockshelter, Western Cape, South Africa'
Regional behaviour among late Neanderthal groups in Western Europe: a comparative assessment of late middle palaeolithic bifacial tool variability2013 Journal of human evolution 65 (4): 341-62
  • Karen Ruebens
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Evolution of life history and behavior in hominidae: towards phylogenetic reconstruction of the chimpanzee-human last common ancestor2013 Journal of human evolution 65 (4): 424-46
  • Jan Zrzavý
  • Pavel Duda
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Storied landscapes makes us (modern) humans: landscape socialisation in the palaeolithic and consequences for the archaeological record2013 Journal of anthropological archaeology 32 (4): 614-29
  • Michelle C. Langley
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Agency and adaptation: new directions in evolutionary anthropology2013 Annual review of anthropology 42: 103-20
  • Eric Alden Smith
H1 [BIENNIAL-]0084-6570
Moral elevation and traditions: ancestral encouragement of altruism through ritual and myth2013 Journal of ritual studies 27 (2): 83-96
  • Craig T. Palmer
  • Kathryn Coe
  • Lyle Steadman
  • Ryan O. Begley
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]0990-1112
The impact of male reproductive skew on kin structure and sociality in multi-male groups2013 Evolutionary anthropology 22 (5): 239-50
  • Anja Widdig
H6/HB [EVOLUTIONARY-]1060-1538in special issue 'Understanding the life of females'
The origin of bounded rationality and intelligence2013 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 157 (3): 269-80
  • Andrew W. Lo
H6 [AMERICAN-]0003-49X
Elementos para una teoría del agonismo2012/2013 Pinaco: investigaciones sobre antropología cognitiva 7: 69-81
  • Héctor Ricardo Ferrari
H6 [PINACO-]1668-1754English summary
Experimental study of cut marks made with rocks unmodified by human flaking and its bearing on claims of ~3.4-million-year-old butchery evidence from Dikika, Ethiopia2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (2): 205-14
  • Henry T. Bunn
  • Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo
  • Travis Rayne Pickering
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The emergence of bone technologies at the end of the pleistocene in Southeast Asia: regional and evolutionary implications2012 Cambridge archaeological journal 22 (1): 37-56
  • Philip J. Piper
  • Ryan J. Rabett
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
LB1 and LB6 Homo floresiensis are not modern human (Homo sapiens) cretins2012 Journal of human evolution 62 (2): 201-24
  • Peter Brown
H6/HB [JOURNAL-]0047-2484
Human cognition: the Australian evidence2012 Antiquity 86 (333): 915-21
  • John Mulvaney
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The faunal remains from the middle stone age levels of Bushman rock shelter in South Africa2012 South African archaeological bulletin 67 (195): 16-31
  • Ina Plug
  • Shaw Badehorst
H6/KE [SOUTH-]0038-1969
Co-operation and the origins of spoken language2012 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 18 (2): 461-5
  • Esther N. Goody
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987
Complexity in biological anthropology in 2011: species, reproduction and sociality2012 American anthropologist 114 (2): 196-202
  • Kristi L. Lewton
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
Human evolution and the archaeology of the social brain2012 Current anthropology 53 (6): 693-722
  • Clive Gamble
  • John Gowlett
  • Robin Dunbar
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
More on the Liang Bua finds and modern human cretins2012 Homo 63 (6): 407-12
  • Ben J. Kefford
  • Charles Oxnard
  • John Dennison
  • Peter J. Obendorf
H6/HB [HOMO-]0018-442Xcomments on 'LB1 and LB6 Homo floresiensis are not modern human (Homo sapiens) cretins' by P Brown J hum Evol 2012 (62): 201- 24
Environmental and behavioral evidence pertaining to the evolution of early Homo2012 Current anthropology (Supplement) 53 (6): S299-317
  • Richard Potts
H6 [CURRENT-]in Supplement 6
Evolution of cooperation among mammalian carnivores and its relevance to hominin evolution2012 Current anthropology (Supplement) 53 (6): S436-52
  • Daphna Reed
  • Eli M. Swanson
  • Jennifer E. Smith
  • Kay E. Holekamp
H6 [CURRENT-]in Supplement 6
How our ancestors broke through the gray ceiling: comparative evidence for cooperative breeding in early Homo2012 Current anthropology (Supplement) 53 (6): S453-65
  • Carel P. van Schaik
  • Karin Isler
H6 [CURRENT-]in Supplement 6
The capital economy in hominin evolution: how adipose tissue and social relationships confer phenotypic flexibility and resilience in stochastic environments2012 Current anthropology (Supplement) 53 (6): S466-78
  • Jonathan C.K. Wells
H6 [CURRENT-]in Supplement 6