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Other-worldly beings in the pre-Christian north: tribal, chiefdom, and archaic religion and the use of cultural evolutionary theory2022 Temenos: Nordic journal of comparative religion 58 (1): 67-89
  • Simon Nygaard
2342-7256
Wild things in the north? Hunter-gatherers and the tyranny of the colonial perspective2013 Anthropologie (Brno) 51 (2): 213-30
  • Peter Rowley-Conwy
  • Robert Layton
H6/HB [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0323-1119in special issue 'Theory and method in the prehistoric archaeology of Central Europe'
Intelligences: angelic, animal, human2011 Konteksty 65 (1): 163-74, 210
  • Lorraine Daston
H6/KVM [POLSKA-]1230-6142first publ in Thinking with Animals eds L Daston and G Mitman (NY: 2005); English summary
Canonical beauty - aesthetic criteria and the origins of racism2011 Ethno-anthropological problems journal 6 (3): 625-40
  • Vladimir V. Mihajlović
H6/KVP [ETNOANTROPOLOSKI PROBLEMI. Casopis]0353-1589in thematic section 'Archaeology'; Serbian and French summaries
Darwinian medicine and 'race': a note on education2011 Glasnik Etnografskog Instituta 59 (2): 231-7
  • Goran Štrkalj
H6/KVP [SRPSKA-]2334-8259Serbian summary
On 'modern behaviour' and the evolution of human intelligence2005 Current anthropology 46 (1): 121-2
  • John R. F. Bower
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'The origin of modern human behavior: critique of the models and their test implications' by C S Henshilwood and C Marean in Curr Anthrop 2003 (44:5), 627-51
Cultural diversification and decimation in the prehistoric record2003 Current anthropology 44 (1): 33-58
  • James C. Chatters
  • William C. Prentiss
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
Absence of regional affinities of Neandertal DNA with living humans does not reject multiregional evolution2003 American journal of physical anthropology 120 (2): 209
  • Brian M. Kemp
  • Holly M. Mortensen
  • Jason A. Eshleman
  • Joseph G. Lorenz
  • Ripan S. Malhi
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483Amer J phys Anthrop 2001 (115:1), 95-8; erratum
Complex adaptive systems2003 Annual review of anthropology 32: 183-204
  • J. Stephen Lansing
0084-6570
The origin of modern human behavior: critique of the models and their test implications2003 Current anthropology 44 (5): 627-51
  • Christopher S. Henshilwood
  • Curtis W. Marean
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204with comments and reply
KulturCrisis! Cultural evolution going round in circles2002 Evolutionary anthropology 11 (4): 136-41
  • Frances Hayashida
  • Kenneth Weiss
1060-1538
Dangerous fictions and degrees of plausibility: creationism, evolutionism and anthropology2002 Anthropology today 18 (5): 3-8
  • Roy Ellen
HI [ANTHROPOLOGY-]0268-540X
Leroi-Gourhan, a philosopher of technique and evolution2002 Journal of archaeological research 10 (4): 277-306
  • Françoise Audouze
1059-0161
Introduction: evolutionary theory and the search for a unified theory of fertility2002 American journal of human biology 14 (2): 145-8
  • John Bock
1042-0533in thematic section 'Human evolutionary demography'
Evolutionary demography and intrahousehold time allocation: school attendance and child labor among the Okavango delta peoples of Botswana2002 American journal of human biology 14 (2): 206-21
  • John Bock
1042-0533in thematic section 'Human evolutionary demography'
Evolutionary approach to below replacement fertility2002 American journal of human biology 14 (2): 233-56
  • Hillard Kaplan
  • Jane B. Lancaster
  • K. G. Anderson
  • W. Troy Tucker
1042-0533in thematic section 'Human evolutionary demography'
In the shadow of the modern synthesis? Alternative perspectives on the last fisty years of palaeoanthropology2001 Evolutionary anthropology 10 (1): 5-14
  • Robert Foley
1060-1538
Absence of regional affinities of Neandertal DNA with living humans does not reject multiregional evolution2001 American journal of physical anthropology 115 (1): 95-8
  • John H. Relethford
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]0002-9483
We hold these truths to be self-evident2001 Evolutionary anthropology 10 (6): 199-203
  • Kenneth Weiss
1060-1538
On misconceptions of evolutionary archaeology: confusing macroevolution and microevolution2001 Current anthropology 42 (3): 408-9
  • Michael J. O'Brien
  • R. Lee Lyman
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'On the extrapolationist bias of evolutionary archaeology' by D Larson in Curr Anthrop 2000 (41:1), 840-1
A hundred years of missing links: so many fossil hominids have been discovered since 1900 that they now constitute an embarrassment of riches2000/1 Natural history 109 (10): 62-5
  • Ian Tattersall
0028-0712
Biological adaptation and social behaviour2000 Annals of human biology 27 (3): 221-37
  • E. Crognier
0301-4460French and German summaries
The human motivational complex: evolutionary theory and the cause of hunter-gatherer fighting (1). Primary somatic and reproductive causes2000 Anthropological quarterly 73 (1): 20-34
  • Azar Gat
0003-5491
Rediscovering Darwin after a Darwinian century2000 Evolutionary anthropology 9 (5): 187-200
  • Anne V. Buchanan
  • Kenneth M. Weiss
1060-1538
Hominid lifestyle and diet reconsidered: paleo-environmental and comparative data2000 Human evolution 15 (3/4): 175-86
  • M. Verhaegen
  • P. F. Puech
On evolutionary ecology and evolutionary archaeology: some common ground?2000 Current anthropology 41 (3): 427-9
  • Hector Neff
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'Is it evolution yet? A critique of evolutionary archaeology' Curr Anthrop Supplement 1998 (39), S 141-73
On the extrapolations of evolutionary archaeology2000 Current anthropology 41 (5): 840-1
  • Dan Larson
H6 [CURRENT-]0011-3204comments on 'The goals of evolutionary archaeology' by RL Lyman and MJ O'Brian Curr Anthrop 1998 (39:5), 615-52
Comparative morphology analysis of the Broken-Hill hominid (Zambia) in the light of the theory of Afro-European origin of Homo Sapiens2000 Voprosy antropologii 90: 171-88
  • E. IU. Bulygina
  • E. N. KHrisanfova
H6/KVY [VOPROSY-]0507-2921English summary
This view of Stephen Jay Gould: a celebration of a quarter century of Natural history columns by America's evolutionist laureate1999 Natural history 108 (9)
  • Edwin Barber
0028-0712
The pre-Adamite in a nutshell1999 Natural history 108 (9): 24-7, 72-7
  • Stephen Jay Gould
0028-0712
Greek hoplites1999 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 5 (4): 627-9
  • C. R. Hallpike
HI [JOURNAL-]1359-0987comments on 'Greek hoplites, warrior culture, and indirect bias' by W.G. Runciman J R anthrop Inst NS 1998 (4:4) 731-51, with reply'
Maize agriculture evolution in the eastern Woodlands of North America: a Darwinian perspective1999 Journal of archaeological method and theory 6 (2): 137-80
  • John P. Hart
Testing multiple species hypothesis on frogs1999 Perspectives in human biology 4 (1): 51-64
  • Rachel Norris
in monographic issue 'Is human evolution a closed chapter?'
The goals of evolutionary archaeology: history and explanation1998 Current anthropology 39 (5): 615-52
  • Michael J. O'Brien
  • R. Lee Lyman
H6 [CURRENT-]with comments and reply
Of birds and bees: an overview of sexual selection1997 Chicago anthropology exchange 25: 38-52
  • Jared Burks
The problem of species in hominid evolution1997 Perspectives in human biology 3: 21-31
  • Maciej Henneberg
1038-5762in special issue 'Human adaptability: future trends and lessons from the past'
Climatic cycles and behavioural revolutions: the emergence of modern humans and the beginning of farming1997 Antiquity 71 (272): 271-87
  • Andrew Sherratt
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]