Zeitschriftenartikel (76)

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    Brucato, N.; Fernandes, V.; Mazières, S.; Kusuma, P.; Cox, M. P.; Ng’ang’a, J. W.; Omar, M.; Simeone-Senelle, M.-C.; Frassati, C.; Alshamali, F. et al.; Fin, B.; Boland, A.; Deleuze, J.-F.; Stoneking, M.; Adelaar, A.; Crowther, A.; Boivin, N. L.; Pereira, L.; Bailly, P.; Chiaroni, J.; Ricaut, F.-X.: The Comoros show the earliest Austronesian gene flow into the Swahili corridor. The American Journal of Human Genetics 102 (1), S. 58 - 68 (2018)
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    Faulkner, P.; Harris, M.; Ali, A. K.; Haji, O.; Crowther, A.; Horton, M. C.; Boivin, N. L.: Characterising marine mollusc exploitation in the eastern African Iron Age: Archaeomalacological evidence from Unguja Ukuu and Fukuchani, Zanzibar. Quaternary International (2017)
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    Skoglund, P.; Thompson, J. C.; Prendergast, M. E.; Mittnik, A.; Sirak, K.; Hajdinjak, M.; Salie, T.; Rohland, N.; Mallick, S.; Peltzer, A. et al.; Heinze, A.; Olalde, I.; Ferry, M.; Harney, E.; Michel, M.; Stewardson, K.; Cerezo-Román, J. I.; Chiumia, C.; Crowther, A.; Gomani-Chindebvu, E.; Gidna, A. O.; M.Grillo, K.; TaneliHelenius, I.; Hellenthal, G.; Helm, R.; Horton, M.; López, S.; Mabulla, A. Z. P.; Parkington, J.; Thomas, C. S. M. G.; Tibesasa, R.; Welling, M.; Hayes, V. M.; Kennett, D. J.; Ramesar, R.; Meyer, M.; Pääbo, S.; Patterson, N.; Morris, A. G.; Boivin, N. L.; Pinhasi, R.; Krause, J.; Reich, D.: Reconstructing prehistoric African population structure. Cell 171 (1), e21, S. 59 - 71 (2017)
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    Prendergast, M. E.; Buckley, M.; Crowther, A.; Frantz, L.; Eager, H.; Lebrasseur, O.; Hutterer, R.; Hulme-Beaman, A.; Neer, W. v.; Douka, K. et al.; Veall, M.-A.; Morales, E. M. Q.; Schuenemann, V. J.; Reiter, E.; Allen, R.; Dimopoulos, E. A.; Helm, R. M.; Shipton, C.; Mwebi, O.; Denys, C.; Horton, M.; Wynne-Jones, S.; Fleisher, J.; Radimilahy, C.; Wright, H.; Searle, J. B.; Krause, J.; Larson, G.; Boivin, N. L.: Reconstructing Asian faunal introductions to eastern Africa from multi-proxy biomolecular and archaeological datasets. PLoS One (2017)
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    Roberts, P.; Hunt, C.; Arroyo-Kalin, M.; Evans, D.; Boivin, N. L.: The deep human prehistory of global tropical forests and its relevance for modern conservation. Nature Plants (2017)
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    Ottoni, C.; Neer, W. V.; Cupere, B. D.; Daligault, J.; Guimaraes, S.; Peters, J.; Spassov, N.; Prendergast, M. E.; Boivin, N. L.; Morales-Muñiz, A. et al.; Bălăşescu, A.; Becker, C.; Benecke, N.; Boroneant, A.; Buitenhuis, H.; Chahoud, J.; Crowther, A.; Llorente, L.; Manaseryan, N.; Monchot, H.; Onar, V.; Osypińska, M.; Putelat, O.; Morales, E. M. Q.; Studer, J.; Wierer, U.; Decorte, R.; Grange, T.; Geigl, E.-M.: The palaeogenetics of cat dispersal in the ancient world. Nature Ecology & Evolution (2017)
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    Prendergast, M. E.; Quintana Morales, E. M.; Crowther, A.; Horton, M. C.; Boivin, N. L.: Dietary diversity on the Swahili coast: the fauna from two Zanzibar trading locales. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology (2017)
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    Crowther, A.; Prendergast, M. E.; Fuller, D. Q.; Boivin, N. L.: Subsistence mosaics, forager-farmer interactions, and the transition to food production in eastern Africa. Quaternary International (2017)
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    Wood, M.; Panighello, S.; Orsega, E. F.; Robertshaw, P.; Elteren, J. T. v.; Crowther, A.; Horton, M.; Boivin, N.: Zanzibar and Indian Ocean trade in the first millennium CE: the glass bead evidence. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9 (5), S. 879 - 901 (2017)
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    Ellis, E.; Maslin, M.; Boivin, N. L.; Bauer, A.: Involve social scientists in defining the Anthropocene. Nature 540 (7632), S. 192 - 193 (2016)
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    Roberts, P.; Boivin, N. L.; Lee-Thorp, J.; Petraglia, M. D.; Stock, J.: Tropical forests and the genus Homo. Evolutionary Anthropology 25 (6), S. 306 - 317 (2016)
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    Zeder, M. A.; Denham, T.; Erlandson, J. M.; Boivin, N. L.; Crowther, A.; Fuller, D. Q.; Larson, G.; Petraglia, M. D.: Reply to Westaway and Lyman: Emus, dingoes, and archaeology’s role in conservation biology. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (33), S. E4759 - E4760 (2016)
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    Erlandson, J. M.; Zeder, M. A.; Boivin, N. L.; Crowther, A.; Denham, T.; Fuller, D. Q.; Larson, G.; Petraglia, M. D.: Reply to Ellis et al.: Human niche construction and evolutionary theory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (31), S. E4437 - E4438 (2016)
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    Crowther, A.; Lucas, L.; Helm, R.; Horton, M.; Shipton, C.; Wright, H. T.; Walshaw, S.; Pawlowicz, M.; Radimilahy, C.; Douka, K. et al.; Picornell-Gelabert, L.; Fuller, D. Q.; Boivin, N. L.: Ancient crops provide first archaeological signature of the westward Austronesian expansion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (24), S. 6635 - 6640 (2016)
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    Prendergast, M. E.; Rouby, H.; Punnwong, P.; Marchant, R.; Crowther, A.; Kourampas, N.; Shipton, C.; Walsh, M.; Lambeck, K.; Boivin, N. L.: Continental island formation and the archaeology of defaunation on Zanzibar, eastern Africa. PLoS One (2016)
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    Boivin, N. L.; Zeder, M. A.; Fuller, D. Q.; Crowther, A.; Larson, G.; Erlandson, J. M.; Denham, T.; Petraglia, M. D.: Ecological consequences of human niche construction: Examining long-term anthropogenic shaping of global species distributions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113 (23), S. 6388 - 6396 (2016)
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    Crowther, A.; Faulkner, P.; Prendergast, M. E.; Quintana Morales, E. M.; Horton, M.; Wilmsen, E.; Kotarba-Morley, A. M.; Christie, A.; Petek, N.; Tibesasa, R. et al.; Douka, K.; Picornell-Gelabert, L.; Carah, X.; Boivin, N. L.: Coastal subsistence, maritime trade, and the colonization of small ofshore islands in Eastern African prehistory. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 11 (2), S. 211 - 237 (2016)
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    Langley, M. C.; Prendergast, M. E.; Shipton, C.; Quintana Morales, E. M.; Crowther, A.; Boivin, N. L.: Poison arrows and bone utensils in late Pleistocene eastern Africa: evidence from Kuumbi Cave, Zanzibar. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 51 (2), S. 155 - 177 (2016)
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    Shipton, C.; Crowther, A.; Kourampas, N.; Prendergast, M. E.; Horton, M.; Douka, K.; Schwenninger, J.-L.; Faulkner, P.; Quintana Morales, E. M.; Langley, M. C. et al.; Tibesasa, R.; Picornell-Gelabert, L.; Wilmsen, E. N.; Doherty, C.; Veall, M.-A.; Ali, A. K.; Petraglia, M. D.; Boivin, N. L.: Reinvestigation of Kuumbi Cave, Zanzibar, reveals Later Stone Age coastal habitation, early Holocene abandonment and Iron Age reoccupation. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 51 (2), S. 197 - 233 (2016)
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    Kourampas, N.; Shipton, C.; Mills, W.; Tibesasa, R.; Horton, H.; Horton, M.; Prendergast, M.; Crowther, A.; Douka, K.; Faulkner, P. et al.; Picornell, L.; Boivin, N.: Late Quaternary speleogenesis and landscape evolution in a tropical carbonate island: Pango la Kuumbi (Kuumbi Cave), Zanzibar. International Journal of Speleology 44 (3), S. 293 - 314 (2015)
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    Roberts, P.; Boivin, N.; Petraglia, M. D.; Masser, P.; Meece, S.; Weisskopf, A.; Silva, F.; Korisettar, R.; Fuller, D.Q.: Local diversity in settlement, demography and subsistence across the southern Indian Neolithic-Iron Age transition: site growth and abandonment at Sanganakallu-Kupgal from a regional environmental perspective. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8 (3), S. 575 - 599 (2015)
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    Roberts, P.; Boivin, N.; Petraglia, M.: The Sri Lankan 'microlithic' tradition c. 38,000 to 3,000 years ago: Tropical technologies and adaptations of Homo sapiens at the southern edge of Asia. Journal of World Prehistory 28 (2), S. 69 - 112 (2015)
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    Boivin, N. L.; Fuller, D.Q.; Crowther, A.: Old World globalization and food exchanges. Archaeology of Food: An Encyclopedia, L-Z, S. 350 - 356 (2015)
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    Crowther, A.; Veall, M.-A.; Boivin, N.; Horton, M.; Kotarba-Morley, A.; Fuller, D. Q.; Fenn, T.; Haji, O.; Matheson, C. D.: Use of Zanzibar copal (Hymenaea verrucosa Gaertn.) as incense at Unguja Ukuu, Tanzania in the 7-8th century CE: chemical insights into trade and Indian Ocean interactions. Journal of Archaeological Science 53, S. 374 - 390 (2015)
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    Fuller, D.Q.; Boivin, N.; Castillo, C.; Hoogervorst, T.; Allaby, R.: The archaeobiology of Indian Ocean translocations: Current outlines of cultural exchanges by proto-historic seafarers. Maritime Contacts of the Past: Deciphering Connections amongst Communities, S. 1 - 23 (2015)
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    Groucutt, H. S.; Petraglia, M. D.; Bailey, G.; Scerri, E. M. L.; Parton, A.; Clark-Balzan, L.; Jennings, R. P.; Lewis, L.; Blinkhorn, J.; Drake, N. A. et al.; Breeze, P. S.; Inglis, R. H.; Deves, M. H.; Meredith-Williams, M.; Boivin, N.; Thomas, M. G.; Scally, A.: Rethinking the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa. Evolutionary Anthropology 24 (4), S. 149 - 164 (2015)
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    Boivin, N.; Crowther, A.; Prendergast, M.; Fuller, D. Q.: Indian ocean food globalisation and Africa. African Archaeological Review 31 (4), S. 547 - 581 (2014)
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    Gerbault, P.; Allaby, R.; Boivin, N.; Rudzinski, A.; Grimaldi, I.M.; Pires, C.; Climer, C.; Larson, G.; Dobney, K.; Gremillion, K. et al.; Barton, L.; Arroyo-Kalin, M.; Purugganan, M.; Rubio de Casas, R.; Gilbert, M.T.P.; Bollongino, R.; Burger, J.; Bradley, D.G.; Balding, D.; Richerson, P.; Fuller, D.; Thomas, M.G.: Storytelling and story testing in domestication. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111 (17), S. 6159 - 6164 (2014)
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    Crowther, A.; Horton, M.; Kotarba-Morley, A.; Prendergast, M.; Morales, E. Q.; Wood, M.; Shipton, C.; Fuller, D. Q.; Tibesasa, R.; Mills, W. et al.; Boivin, N.: Iron Age agriculture, fishing and trade in the Mafia Archipelago, Tanzania: new evidence from Ukunju Cave. Azania: Archaeological research in Africa 49 (1), S. 21 - 44 (2014)
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    Shipton, C.; Helm, R.; Boivin, N.; Crowther, A.; Austin, P.; Fuller, D.: Intersections, networks and the genesis of social complexity on the East African coast. African Archaeological Review 30 (4), S. 427 - 453 (2013)
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    Boivin, N.; Crowther, A.; Helm, R.; Fuller, D. Q.: East Africa and Madagascar in the Indian Ocean world. Journal of World Prehistory 26 (3), S. 213 - 281 (2013)
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    Boivin, N.; Fuller, D. Q.; Dennell, R.; Allaby, R.; Petraglia, M. D.: Human dispersal across diverse environments of Asia during the Upper Pleistocene. Quaternary International 300, S. 32 - 47 (2013)
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    Shipton, C.; Clarkson, C.; Antonio Bernal, M.; Boivin, N.; Finlayson, C.; Finlayson, G.; Fa, D.; Giles Pacheco, F.; Petraglia, M.: Variation in lithic technological strategies among the Neanderthals of Gibraltar. PLoS One (2013)
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    Taçon, P.S.C.; Boivin, N.; Petraglia, M. D.; Blinkhorn, J.; Chivas, A.; Fink, D.; Higham, T.; Ditchfield, P.; Korisettar, R.: Mid-Holocene age obtained for nested diamond pattern petroglyph in the Billasurgam Cave complex, Kurnool District, southern India. Journal of Archaeological Science 40, S. 1787 - 1796 (2013)
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    Shipton, C.; Petraglia, M.; Koshy, J.; Bora, J.; Brumm, A.; Boivin, N.; Korisettar, R.; Risch, R.; Fuller, D.: Lithic technology and social transformations in the South Indian Neolithic: The evidence from Sanganakallu-Kupgal. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 31 (2), S. 156 - 173 (2012)
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    Haslam, M.; Clarkson, C.; Roberts, R. G.; Bora, J.; Korisettar, R.; Ditchfield, P.; Chivas, A. R.; Harris, C.; Smith, V.; Oh, A. et al.; Eksambekar, S.; Boivin, N.; Petraglia, M.: A southern Indian Middle Palaeolithic occupation surface sealed by the 74 ka Toba eruption: Further evidence from Jwalapuram Locality 22. Quaternary International 258, S. 148 - 164 (2012)
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    Boivin, N.; Fuller, D. Q.; Crowther, A.: Old World globalization and the Columbian exchange: comparison and contrast. World Archaeology 44 (3), S. 452 - 468 (2012)
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    Helm, R.; Crowther, A.; Shipton, C.; Tengeza, A.; Fuller, D.; Boivin, N.: Exploring agriculture, interaction and trade on the eastern African littoral: preliminary results from Kenya. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 47 (1), S. 39 - 63 (2012)
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    Haslam, M.; Roberts, R. G.; Shipton, C.; Pal, J. N.; Fenwick, J. L.; Ditchfield, P.; Boivin, N.; Dubey, A. K.; Gupta, M. C.; Petraglia, M.: Late Acheulean hominins at the Marine Isotope Stage 6/5e transition in north-central India hominins at the marine isotope stage 6/5e transition in north-central India. Quaternary Research 75 (3), S. 670 - 682 (2011)
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    Boivin, N.; Blinkhorn, J.; Hampson, J.; Korisettar, R.; Petraglia, M. D.: New methodological approaches to Indian rock art: Preliminary report from the Kurnool District Archaeological Project. Man in India 91 (2), S. 235 - 257 (2011)
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    Fuller, D.Q.; Boivin, N.; Hoogervorst, T.; Allaby, R.: Across the Indian Ocean: The prehistoric movement of plants and animals. Antiquity 85 (328), S. 544 - 558 (2011)
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    Tacon, P. S. C.; Boivin, N.; Hampson, J.; Blinkhorn, J.; Korisettar, R.; Petraglia, M.: New rock art discoveries in the Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh, India. Antiquity 84 (324), S. 335 - 350 (2010)
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    Butler, L. S.; Boivin, N. L.; Campbell, E. J.: Non-classroom special education effectiveness for students with severe developmental, emotional and behavioral disorders. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences (2010)
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    Blinkhorn, J.; Bora, J.; Koshy, J.; Korisettar, R.; Boivin, N. L.; Petraglia, M. D.: Systematic transect survey enhances the investigation of rock art in its landscape: An example from the Katavani Kunta valley, Kurnool District. Man and Environment 35 (2), S. 1 - 12 (2010)
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    Boivin, N. L.: The Sealinks Project: Exploring the early Indian Ocean. British Institute in Eastern Africa News 10, S. 1 - 2 (2010)
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    Chen, S.; Lin, B.-Z.; Baig, M.; Mitra, B.; Lopes, R. J.; Santos, A. M.; Magee, D. A.; Azevedo, M.; Tarroso, P.; Sasazaki, S. et al.; Ostrowski, S.; Mahgoub, O.; Chaudhuri, T. K.; Zhang, Y.-p.; Costa, V.; Royo, L. J.; Goyache, F.; Luikart, G.; Boivin, N.; Fuller, D. Q.; Mannen, H.; Bradley, D. G.; Beja-Pereira, A.: Zebu cattle are an exclusive legacy of the South Asia Neolithic. Molecular Biology and Evolution 27 (1), S. 1 - 6 (2010)
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    Petraglia, M. D.; Haslam, M.; Fuller, D. Q.; Boivin, N.; Clarkson, C.: Out of Africa: New hypotheses and evidence for the dispersal of Homo sapiens along the Indian Ocean rim. Annals of Human Biology 37 (3), S. 288 - 311 (2010)
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    Boivin, N.: Grasping the elusive and unknowable: material culture in ritual practice. Material Religion 5 (3), S. 266 - 287 (2009)
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    Petraglia, M.; Clarkson, C.; Boivin, N.; Haslam, M.; Korisettar, R.; Chaubey, G.; Ditchfield, P.; Fuller, D.; James, H.; Jones, S. et al.; Kivisild, T.; Koshy, J.; Lahr, M. M.; Metspalu, M.; Roberts, R.; Arnold, L.: Population increase and environmental deterioration correspond with microlithic innovations in South Asia ca. 35,000 years ago. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106 (30), S. 12261 - 12266 (2009)
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    Boivin, N.; Fuller, D. Q.: Shell middens, ships and seeds: Exploring coastal subsistence, maritime trade and the dispersal of domesticates in and around the ancient Arabian Peninsula. Journal of World Prehistory 22 (2), S. 113 - 180 (2009)
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    Clarkson, C.; Petraglia, M.; Korisettar, R.; Haslam, M.; Boivin, N.; Crowther, A.; Ditchfield, P.; Fuller, D.; Miracle, P.; Harris, C. et al.; Connell, K.; James, H.; Koshy, J.: The oldest and longest enduring microlithic sequence in India: 35 000 years of modern human occupation and change at the Jwalapuram Locality 9 rockshelter. Antiquity 83 (320), S. 326 - 348 (2009)
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    Boivin, N.; Hampson, J.; Blinkhorn, J.; Korisettar, R.; Petraglia, M. D.: Re-examining rock art studies in India: A case study from Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh. Recent research trends in South Asian archaeology, S. 261 - 278 (2009)
  53. 53.
    Fuller, D. Q.; Boivin, N.: Crops, cattle and commensals across the Indian Ocean: Current and potential archaeobiological evidence. Études Océan Indien 42-43, S. 13 - 46 (2009)
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    Petraglia, M. D.; Korisettar, R.; Bai, M. K.; Boivin, N.; Janardhana B., B.; Clarkson, C.; Cunningham, K.; Ditchfield, P.; Fuller, D.; Hampson, J. et al.; Haslam, M.; Jones, S.; Koshy, J.; Miracle, P.; Oppenheimer, C.; Roberts, R.; White, K. H.: Pleistocene and Holocene occupations of the Kurnool District India: Cave and rockshelter records, the Toba super-eruption and forager-farmer interactions. Eurasian Prehistory 6 (1-2), S. 119 - 166 (2009)
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    Petraglia, M. D.; Korisettar, R.; Bai, M. K.; Boivin, N. L.; Janardhana, B.; Clarkson, C.; Cunningham, K.; Ditchfield, P.; Fuller, D.; Hampson, J. et al.; Haslam, M.; Jones, S.; Koshy, J.; Miracle, P.; Oppenheimer, C.; Roberts, R.; White, K.: Human occupation, adaptation and behavioral change in the Pleistocene and Holocene of South India: Recent investigations in the Kurnool District, Andhra Pradesh. Eurasian Prehistory 6, S. 119 - 166 (2009)
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    Boivin, N.; Korisettar, R.; Petraglia, M. D.: Successfully negotiating international archaeological collaboration: An East-West example. The SAA Archaeological Record 8 (2), S. 8 - 11 (2008)
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    Boivin, N.; Fuller, D.; Korisettar, R.; Petraglia, M. D.: First farmers in south India: The role of internal processes and external influences in the emergence of the earliest settled societies. Pragdhara 18, S. 179 - 200 (2008)
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    Fuller, D. Q.; Boivin, N.; Korisettar, R.: Dating the Neolithic of South India: new radiometric evidence for key economic, social and ritual transformations. Antiquity 81 (313), S. 755 - 778 (2007)
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    Petraglia, M.; Korisettar, R.; Boivin, N.; Clarkson, C.; Ditchfield, P.; Jones, S.; Koshy, J.; Lahr, M. M.; Oppenheimer, C.; Pyle, D. et al.; Roberts, R.; Schwenninger, J.-L.; Arnold, L.; White, K.: Middle Paleolithic assemblages from the Indian subcontinent before and after the Toba super-eruption. Science 317 (5834), S. 114 - 116 (2007)
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    Boivin, N.; Brumm, A.; Lewis, H.; Robinson, D.; Korisettar, R.: Sensual, material, and technological understanding: exploring prehistoric soundscapes in south India. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 13 (2), S. 267 - 294 (2007)
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    Boivin, N.: Anthropological, historical, archaeological and genetic perspectives on the origins of caste in South Asia. The Evolution and History of Human Populations in South Asia, S. 341 - 361 (2007)
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    Brumm, A.; Boivin, N.; Korisettar, R.; Koshy, J.; Whittaker, P.: Stone axe technology in Neolithic south India: Evidence from the Sanganakallu-Kupgal area, mid-eastern Karnataka. Asian Perspectives 46 (1), S. 65 - 95 (2007)
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    Brumm, A.; Boivin, N.; Fullagar, R.: Signs of life: Engraved stone artef acts from Neolithic south India. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 16 (2), S. 165 - 190 (2006)
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    Boivin, N.: Shamanism and Indian rock art. Before Farming (4), 2, S. 1 - 3 (2006)
  65. 65.
    Boivin, N.: Post-textual archaeology and archaeological science. Archaeometry 47 (1), S. 175 - 179 (2005)
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    Boivin, N.: Orientalism, ideology and agency: Examining caste in South Asian archaeology. Journal of Social Archaeoloy 5 (2), S. 225 - 252 (2005)
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    Boivin, N.: Fire, cattle and domestication in prehistoric India: Report on the 2004 Southern Neolithic conference in Cambridge. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in History and Archaeology 1 (2), S. 149 - 152 (2005)
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    Boivin, N. L.; Korisettar, R.; Fuller, D.: Further research on the Southern Neolithic and the Ashmound Tradition: The Sanganakallu-Kupgal Archaeological Research Project interim report. Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in History and Archaeology 2 (1), S. 63 - 92 (2005)
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    Boivin, N.: Rock art and rock music: petroglyphs of the South Indian Neolithic. Antiquity 78 (229), S. 38 - 53 (2004)
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    Boivin, N.: Landscape and cosmology in the south Indian Neolithic: New perspectives on the Deccan ashmounds. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 14 (2), S. 235 - 257 (2004)
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    Boivin, N.; Korisettar, R.; Venkatasubbaiah, P. C.: Megalithic markings in context: graffiti marks on burial pots from Kudatini, Karnataka. South Asian Studies 19 (1), S. 21 - 33 (2003)
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    Mushrif, V.; Boivin, N.; Korisettar, R.; Walimbe, S. R.: Skeletal remains from the Kudatini sarcophagus burial. Puratattva: journal of the Indian Archaeological Society 33, S. 74 - 83 (2003)
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    Boivin, N.; Korisettar, R.; Venkatasubbaiah, P. C.; Lewis, H.; Havanur, D.; Malagyannavar, K.; Chincholi, S.: Exploring Neolithic and Megalithic south India: the Bellary district archaeological project. Antiquity 76, S. 937 - 938 (2002)
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    Boivin, N.: Life rhythms and floor sequences: Excavating time in rural Rajasthan and Neolithic Çatalhöyük. World Archaeology 31 (3), S. 367 - 388 (2000)
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    Boivin, N.: Insidious or just boring? An examination of academic writing in archaeology. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 14 (2), S. 105 - 125 (1997)
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    Boivin, N.; French, C.A.I.: New questions and answers: thin section micromorphology analysis at the Souks site, Beirut. Berytus 43, S. 181 - 209 (1997)

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    Boivin, N. L.; Crassard, R.; Petraglia, M. D. (Hg.): Human dispersal and species movement: From prehistory to the present. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2017), 572 S.
  2. 78.
    Boivin, N.: Material cultures, material minds the impact of things on human thought, society, and evolution conclusion. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2008)
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    Boivin, N.; Owoc, M. (Hg.): Soils, stones and symbols: cultural perceptions of the mineral world. UCL Press, London (2004), 235 S.

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  1. 80.
    Horton, M.; Boivin, N. L.; Crowther, A.; Gaskell, B.; Radimilahy, C.; Wright, H. T.: East Africa as a source for Fatimid rock crystal. Workshops from Kenya to Madagascar. In: Gemstones in the First Millennium AD: Mines, Trade, Workshops and Symbolism ; International Conference, October 20th - 22nd 2015, RGZM Mainz, S. 103 - 118 (Hg. Hilgner, A.; Greiff, S.; Quast, D.). Verlag des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz (2017)
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    Petraglia, M. D.; Boivin, N.: Homo sapiens societies: Southern Asia. In: The Oxford handbook of the archaeology and anthropology of hunter-gatherers, S. 328 - 345 (Hg. Zvelebil, M.). Oxford Univ. Press, Oxford (2014)
  3. 82.
    Hicks, D.; Petraglia, M. D.; Boivin, N. L.: India and Sri Lanka. In: World Archaeology at the Pitt Rivers Museum: a characterization, S. 482 - 503 (Hg. Hicks, D.; Stevenson, A.). Archaeopress, Oxford (2013)
  4. 83.
    Blinkhorn, J.; Boivin, N.; Taçon, P.S.C.; Petraglia, M. D.: Rock art research in India: Historical approaches and recent theoretical directions. In: A companion to rock art, S. 179 - 196 (Hg. McDonald, J.). John Wiley & Sons, Chichester (2012)
  5. 84.
    Risch, R.; Boivin, N.; Petraglia, M. D.; Gomez-Gras, D.; Korisettar, R.; Fulller, D.: The prehistoric axe factory at Sanganakallu-Kupgal (Bellary District), southern India. In: Stone axe studies III (Hg. Clough, T. H.). Oxbow Books, London (2011)
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    Jones, A.; Boivin, N.: The malice of inanimate objects: Material agency. In: The Oxford Handbook of Material Culture Studies, S. 333 - 351 (Hg. Beaudry, M. C.) (2010)
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