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2021
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Zamponi, R.: South Picene. Routledge, Abingdon (2021), 150 pp.
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Bräuer, J.; Kaminski, J.: Was Hunde wissen. Springer, Berlin (2021), IX, 185 pp.
2020
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Gil, D.; Schapper, A. (Eds.): Austronesian undressed: How and why languages become isolating. John Benjamins Publishing Co, Amsterdam (2020), 510 pp.
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Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A. (Eds.): The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020), 992 pp.
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Fagan, G. G.; Fibinger, L.; Hudson, M.; Trundle, M. (Eds.): The prehistoric and ancient worlds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020), 756 pp.
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Güldemann, T.; McConvell, P.; Rhodes, R. A. (Eds.): The language of Hunter-Gatherers. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020), 742 pp.
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Carleton, W. C. (Ed.): Culture history and convergent evolution: Can we detect populations in prehistory? Springer, Cham (2020), 302 pp.
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Hermann, A.; Valentin, F.; Sand, C.; Nolet, E. (Eds.): Networks and monumentality in the Pacific. Archaeopress, Oxford (2020), 104 pp.
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Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P. (Eds.): Rethinking the Andes–Amazonia Divide: a cross-disciplinary exploration. UCL Press, London (2020), 420 pp.
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Barlow, R.: A sketch grammar of pondi. ANU Press, Acton (2020), xiv, 200 pp.
2019
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Bedford, S.; Spriggs, M. (Eds.): Debating Lapita: distribution, chronology, society and subsistence. ANU Press, Aceton (2019), xix, 507 pp.
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Liakopoulos, G.: The Early Ottoman Peloponnese: a study in the light of an annotated editio princeps of the TT10-1/14662 Ottoman taxation cadastre (ca. 1460-1463). Gingko, London (2019), 649 pp.
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Spengler III, R. N.: Fruit from the sands: the Silk Road origins of the foods we eat. University of California Press, Oakland, CA (2019), 374 pp.
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Schmidtke-Bode, K.; Levshina, N.; Michaelis, S. M.; Seržant, I.: Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence. Language Science Press, Berlin (2019), 278 pp.
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Krause, J.; Trappe, T.: Die Reise unserer Gene: Eine Geschichte über uns und unsere Vorfahren. Propyläen Verlag, Berlin (2019), 288 pp.
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Izdebski, A.; Mulryan, M. (Eds.): Environment and society in the long late antiquity. Brill, Leiden, Niederlande (2019), xviii, 387 pp.
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Roberts, P.: Tropical forests in prehistory, history, and modernity. Oxford University Press, Oxford (2019), XVI, 350 pp.
2018
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Boden, G.; Fehn, A.-M. (Eds.): The World of the Khwe Bushmen in Southern Africa / Die Welt der Kxoé-Buschleute im südlichen Afrika: Eine Selbstdarstellung in ihrer eigenen Sprache. Dietrich Reimer Verlag, Berlin (2018), 700 pp.
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Boivin, N. L.; Frachetti, M. D. (Eds.): Globalization in Prehistory: Contact, exchange, and the 'people without history'. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2018), 343 pp.
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Güldemann, T.: The languages and linguistics of Africa. De Gruyter Mouton, Berlin (2018), 1010 pp.
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McConvell, P.; Kelly, P.; Lacrampe, S. (Eds.): Skin, Kin and Clan: The dynamics of social categories in Indigenous Australia. Australian National University, Canberra (2018), 483 pp.
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Izdebski, A.; Szmytka, R. (Eds.): Ekobiografia Krakowa. Znak Horyzont, Kraków (2018), 352 pp.
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Izdebski, A.: Średniowieczni Rzymianie i przyroda. Interdyscyplinarna historia środowiskowa [Medieval Romans and Nature. An interdisciplinary environmental history]. Historycznego Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, Kraków (2018), 260 pp.
2017
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Yasuda, Y.; Hudson, M. (Eds.): Multidisciplinary studies of the environment and civilization: japanese perspectives. Routledge, London (2017), 196 pp.
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Fehn, A.-M. (Ed.): Khoisan Languages and Linguistics: Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium, July 11-13, 2011, Riezlern/Kleinwalsertal. Köppe, Köln (2017), 287 pp.
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Forberg, C.; Stockhammer, P. W. (Eds.): The transformative power of the copy: a transcultural and interdisciplinary approach. Heidelberg University Publishing, Heidelberg (2017), 407 pp.
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Boivin, N. L.; Crassard, R.; Petraglia, M. D. (Eds.): Human dispersal and species movement: From prehistory to the present. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2017), 572 pp.
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Shimelman, A.: A grammar of Yauyos Quechua. Language Science Press, Berlin (2017), 359 pp.
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Robbeets, M. (Ed.): The history of the debate. Routledge, London [u.a.] (2017), 248 pp.
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Robbeets, M. (Ed.): Phonology. Routledge, London [u.a.] (2017), 295 pp.
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Robbeets, M. (Ed.): Morphosyntax. Routledge, London [u.a.] (2017), 307 pp.
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Robbeets, M. (Ed.): Stability and borrowability. Routledge, London [u.a.] (2017), 475 pp.
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García-Puchol, O.; Salazar-García, D. C.: Times of Neolithic transition along the western Mediterranean. Springer International Publishing, Cham (2017), 417 pp.
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Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.: Language dispersal beyond farming. John Benjamins Publishing, Amsterdam (2017), 340 pp.
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Stockhammer, P. W.: Appropriating innovations: entangled knowledge in Eurasia, 5000-1500 BCE. Oxbow Books, Oxford (2017), 296 pp.

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2021
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Kondic, A.: Data collection for a documentation project: South Eastern Huastec (Mayan, Mexico). In: Strategies for knowledge elicitation: the experience of the Russian School of Field Linguistics, pp. 223 - 237 (Eds. Agranat, T. B.; Dodykhudoeva, L. R.). Springer, Cham (2021)
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Hudson, M.: Dragon divers and clamorous fishermen: Bronzization and transcultural marine spaces in the Japanese archipelago. In: Globalization and transculturality from antiquity to the Pre-Modern World, 5 (Eds. Autiero, S.; Cobb, M. A.). Routledge, Abington (2021)
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Chechuro, I.: Lexical convergence reflects complex historical processes: a case study of two borderline regions of Russia. In: Language Contact in the Territory of the Former Soviet Union, 50.02che (Eds. Forker, D.; Grenoble, L. A.). John Benjamins (2021)
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Eldai, H. M.; Babiker, H.: Human population history from an East African perspective: the Forgotten Land. In: Current perspectives in Sudanese and Nubian Archaeology: a collection of papers presented at the 2018 Sudan Studies Research Conference, Cambridge, pp. 91 - 116 (Eds. Lemos, R.; Tipper, S.). Archaeopress, Oxford (2021)
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Haldon, J.; Binois-Roman, A.; Eisenberg, M.; Izdebski, A.; Mordechai, L.; Newfield, T.; Slavin, P.; White, S.; Wnęk, K.: Between resilience and adaptation: a historical framework for understanding stability and transformation of societies to shocks and stress. In: COVID-19: Systemic Risk and Resilience, 14, 1st Ed., pp. 235 - 268 (Eds. Linkov, I.; Keenan, J. M.; Trump, B. D.). Springer, Cham (2021)
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Roberts, P.: Foreword [to Bioarchaeology and Dietary Reconstruction across Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages in Tuscany, Central Italy / Giulia Riccomi]. In: Bioarchaeology and Dietary Reconstruction across Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages in Tuscany, Central Italy, pp. x - xi. Archaeopress, Summerville (2021)
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Ruck, L. M.; Uomini, N.: Artifact, praxis, tool, and symbol. In: The Oxford Handbook of Human Symbolic Evolution, pp. 1 - 38 (Eds. Gontier, N.; Lock, A.; Sinha, C.). Oxford University Press, New York (2021)
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Sadowsky, S.: EMIS: Sistema de estratificación socioeconómica para la investigación lingüística. The EMIS Socioeconomic Stratification System for Linguistic Research. In: Lingüística del castellano chileno: estudios sobre variación, innovación, contacto e identidad, 14, 1st Ed., pp. 367 - 396 (Eds. Rogers, B. M. A.; Figueroa Candia, M. A.). Vernon Press, Wilmington (2021)
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Tjuka, A.: The representation of foot/leg polysemy in the mind: insights from Vietnamese body part extensions with chân. In: Humanities Commons, 21y2-yz64. Modern Language Association, New York (2021)
2020
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Gil, D.: What does it mean to be an isolating language?: the case of Riau Indonesian. In: Austronesian undressed: How and why languages become isolating, 1, pp. 9 - 96 (Eds. Gil, D.; Schapper, A.). John Benjamins Publishing Co, Amsterdam (2020)
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Gil, D.: Dual heritage: the story of Riau Indonesian and its relatives. In: Austronesian undressed: How and why languages become isolating, 3, pp. 119 - 212 (Eds. Gil, D.; Schapper, A.). John Benjamins Publishing Co, Amsterdam (2020)
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Gil, D.; Schapper, A.: Introduction [to Austronesian undressed]. In: Austronesian undressed: How and why languages become isolating, pp. 1 - 8 (Eds. Gil, D.; Schapper, A.). John Benjamins Publishing Co, Amsterdam (2020)
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Greenhill, S. J.; Heggarty, P.; Gray, R. D.: Bayesian Phylolinguistic. In: The Handbook of Historical Linguistics [II], Vol. II, 11, pp. 226 - 253 (Eds. Janda, R. D.; Joseph, B. D.; Vance, B. S.). Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, New Jersey (2020)
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Brockwell, S.; O’Connor, S.; Fenner, J. N.; McWilliam, A.; Amano, N.; Piper, P. J.; Bulbeck, D.; Litster, M.; Whitau, R.; O’Connor-Veth, J. et al.; Maloney, T.; Cameron, J.; Willan, R. C.; Dickinson, W. R.: Excavations at the site of Vasino, Lautem District, Timor-Leste. In: Forts and fortification in Wallacea: archaeological and ethnohistoric investigations, 53.2020, pp. 67 - 100 (Eds. O'Connor, S.; McWilliam, A.; Brockwell, S.). ANU Press, Acton (2020)
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O’Connor, S.; Bulbeck, D.; Amano, N.; Piper, P. J.; Brockwell, S.; McWilliam, A.; Fenner, J. N.; O’Connor-Veth, J.; Whitau, R.; Maloney, T. et al.; Langley, M. C.; Litster, M.; Lankton, J.; Gratuze, B.; Dickinson, W. R.; Barham, A.; Willan, R. C.: The fortified settlement of Macapainara, Lautem District, Timor‑Leste. In: Forts and fortification in Wallacea: archaeological and ethnohistoric investigations, 53.2020, pp. 13 - 48 (Eds. O'Connor, S.; McWilliam, A.; Brockwell, S.). ANU Press, Acton (2020)
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Tramacere, A.; Moore, R.: The evolution of skilled imitative learning: a social attention hypothesis. In: The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of skill and expertise, 31, 1st Ed., pp. 394 - 408 (Eds. Fridland, E.; Pavese, C.). Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY (2020)
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Walworth, M.: Eastern Polynesia. In: The Routledge Handbook of Language Contact, 23, pp. 462 - 479 (Eds. Adamou, E.; Matras, Y.). Routledge, London (2020)
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Robbeets, M.: The classification of the Transeurasian languages. In: The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages, 3, pp. 31 - 39 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020)
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Robbeets, M.: The typological heritage of the Transeurasian languages. In: The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages, 10, pp. 127 - 144 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020)
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Robbeets, M.: A comparative approach of verbal morphology in Transeurasian. In: The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages, 30, pp. 511 - 521 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020)
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Robbeets, M.: Basic vocabulary in the Transeurasian languages. In: The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages, 36, pp. 645 - 659 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020)
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Robbeets, M.: The Transeurasian homeland: where, what and when? In: The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages, 44, pp. 772 - 783 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020)
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Robbeets, M.; Janhunen, J.; Savelyev, A.; Korovina, E.: The homelands of the individual Transeurasian proto-languages. In: The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages, 43, pp. 753 - 771 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020)
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Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.: Introduction [to "The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages"]. In: The Oxford guide to the Transeurasian languages, 1, pp. 1 - 3 (Eds. Robbeets, M.; Savelyev, A.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2020)
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Fibiger, L.; Hudson, M.; Trundle, M.: Introduction to Volume I. In: The prehistoric and ancient worlds, pp. 19 - 36 (Eds. Fagan, G. G.; Fibiger, L.; Hudson, M.; Trundle, M.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020)
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Hudson, M.; Schulting, R. J.; Gilaizeau, L.: The origins of violence and warfare in the japanese islands. In: The prehistoric and ancient worlds, I.7, pp. 160 - 178 (Eds. Fagan, G. G.; Fibiger, L.; Hudson, M.; Trundle, M.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020)
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Barbieri, C.: Genetic exchanges in the highland/ lowland transitional environments of South America. In: Rethinking the Andes–Amazonia Divide: a cross-disciplinary exploration, 3.3, pp. 152 - 163 (Eds. Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.). UCL Press, London (2020)
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Belinskiy, A.B.; Hansen, S.; Haak, W.; Wang, C. C.; Reinhold, S.; Kalmykov, A.; Krause, J.; Berezina, N.; Buzhilova, A.; Knipper, C. et al.; Gerling, C.; Pichler, S.; Alt, K.W.; Erlikh, V.R.; Kantorovich, A.R.; Maslov, V.E.; Trifonov, V.A.; Rezepkin, A.D.; Atabiev, B.C.; Magomedov, R.G.; Kohl, P.: New approaches in Bioarcheology of the north caucasus: 5 years bioarccaucasus & genetic history of the caucasus ; first results, surprises and implications. In: Archaeological heritage of the Caucasus: Topical Problems of Study and Preservation; The XXXist Kurpnov's readings, pp. 165 - 166 (Eds. Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography Daghestan Federal Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Agency for Protection of Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Daghestan; Research and Production Center for Tourism and Local History; Research and Production Center “DARS”). Makhachkala Publishing House, Mavraev (2020)
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Carleton, W. C.: Culture and Convergence: the curious case of the Nubian Complex. In: Culture history and convergent evolution: Can we detect populations in prehistory?, 4, pp. 55 - 86 (Ed. Groucutt, H. S.). Springer, Cham (2020)
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Ghalici, A.; Reinhold, S.; Magomedov, R.G.; Belinskiy, A.B.; Kalmykov, A.A.; Krause, J.; Berezina, N.Y.; Buzhilova, A.P.; Haak, W.; Hansen, S.: The genetics of Caucasus mountain dwellers: first results from Dagestan Bronze Age sites. In: Archaeological heritage of the Caucasus: Topical Problems of Study and Preservation; The XXXist Kurpnov's readings, pp. 167 - 168 (Eds. Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography Daghestan Federal Research Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences; Agency for Protection of Cultural Heritage of the Republic of Daghestan; Research and Production Center for Tourism and Local History; Research and Production Center “DARS”). Makhachkala Publishing House, Mavraev (2020)
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Groucutt, H. S.: Into the tangled web of culture-history and convergent evolution. In: Culture history and convergent evolution: Can we detect populations in prehistory?, 1, pp. 1 - 12 (Ed. Groucutt, H. S.). Springer, Cham (2020)
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Güldemann, T.: Changing profile when encroaching on forager territory: toward the history of the Khoe-Kwadi family in Southern Africa. In: The Language of Hunter-Gatherers, II.6, pp. 114 - 146 (Eds. Güldemann, T.; McConvell, P.; Rhodes, R. A.E.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020)
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Güldemann, T.: Appendix - a preliminary worldwide survey of forager languages. In: The Language of Hunter-Gatherers, pp. 670 - 699 (Eds. Güldemann, T.; McConvell, P.; Rhodes, R. A.E.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020)
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Güldemann, T.; McConvell, P.; Rhodes, R. A.: Hunter-Gatherer anthropology and language. In: The language of Hunter-Gatherers, I.1, pp. 3 - 48 (Eds. Güldemann, T.; McConvell, P.; Rhodes, R. A.E.). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020)
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Heggarty, P.: Linguistics. In: Rethinking the Andes–Amazonia Divide: a cross-disciplinary exploration, 1.2, pp. 35 - 47 (Eds. Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.). UCL Press, London (2020)
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Heggarty, P.: Deep time and first settlement: What, if anything, can linguistics tell us? In: Rethinking the Andes–Amazonia Divide: a cross-disciplinary exploration, 2.3, pp. 94 - 102 (Eds. Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.). UCL Press, London (2020)
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Heggarty, P.: Broad- scale patterns across the languages of the Andes and Amazonia. In: Rethinking the Andes–Amazonia Divide: a cross-disciplinary exploration, 3.4, pp. 164 - 177 (Eds. Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.). UCL Press, London (2020)
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Hermann, A.: Herminettes océaniennes: Oceanian Adzes. In: Encyclopédie des historiographies: Afriques, Amériques, Asies; sources et genres historiques [Vol. 1], Vol. 1, 24859, pp. 718 - 722 (Eds. Kouamé, N.; Meyer, É. P.; Viguier, A.). Presses de l’Inalco, Paris (2020)
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Hermann, A.; Sand, C.: Introduction [to Networks and monumentality in the Pacific]. In: Networks and Monumentality in the Pacific, pp. 1 - 4 (Eds. Hermann, A.; Valentin, F.; Sand, C.; Nolet, E.). Archaeopress, Oxford (2020)
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Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.: Introduction: Why Andes– Amazonia?. Why cross- disciplinary? In: Rethinking the Andes–Amazonia Divide: a cross-disciplinary exploration, pp. 1 - 18 (Eds. Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.). UCL Press, London (2020)
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Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.: Conclusion: The Andes–Amazonia divide: myth and reality. In: Rethinking the Andes–Amazonia Divide: a cross-disciplinary exploration, pp. 332 - 338 (Eds. Pearce, A. J.; Beresford-Jones, D. G.; Heggarty, P.). UCL Press, London (2020)
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Schiffels, S.; Wang, K.: MSMC and MSMC2: the multiple sequentially markovian coalescent. In: Statistical population genomics, II.7, pp. 147 - 165 (Ed. Dutheil, J. Y.). Humana, New York, NY (2020)
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Zinger, W.; Valentin, F.; Flexner, J.; Bedford, S.; Détroit, F.; Grimaud-Hervé, D.: How to explain Polynesian outliers’ heterogeneity? In: Networks and Monumentality in the Pacific, pp. 62 - 77 (Eds. Hermann, A.; Valentin, F.; Sand, C.; Nolet, E.). Archaeopress, Oxford (2020)
2019
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Bjorn, R.: Nouns and Foreign Numerals: Anatolian ‘Four’ and the Development of the PIE Decimal System. In: Dispersals and diversification: linguistic and archaeological perspectives on the early stages of Indo-European, 2, pp. 54 - 76 (Eds. Serangeli, M.; Olander, T.). Brill, Leiden (2019)
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Scarborough, M.: Cognacy and computational cladistics: issues in determining lexical cognacy for Indo-European cladistic research. In: Dispersals and diversification: linguistic and archaeological perspectives on the early stages of Indo-European, 9, pp. 54 - 76 (Eds. Serangeli, M.; Olander, T.). Brill, Leiden (2019)
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Bedford, S.: Lapita pottery from the small islands of north-east Malakula, Vanuatu: a brief overview and implications. In: Debating Lapita: distribution, chronology, society and subsistence, 11, pp. 225 - 240 (Eds. Bedford, S.; Spriggs, M.). ANU Press, Acton (2019)
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Bedford, S.; Spriggs, M.; Burley, D. V.; Sand, C.; Sheppard, P.; Summerhayes, G. R.: Debating Lapita: distribution, chronology, society and subsistence. In: Debating Lapita: distribution, chronology, society and subsistence, 1, pp. 5 - 37 (Eds. Bedford, S.; Spriggs, M.). ANU Press, Acton (2019)
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LeBlanc, K.; Bedford, S.; Sand, C.: A view from the west: a structural approach to analysing Lapita design in the Eastern Lapita Province. In: Debating Lapita: distribution, chronology, society and subsistence, 14, pp. 225 - 240 (Eds. Bedford, S.; Spriggs, M.). ANU Press, Acton (2019)
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Ono, R.; Hawkins, S.; Bedford, S.: Lapita maritime adaptations and the development of fishing technology: a view from Vanuatu. In: Debating Lapita: distribution, chronology, society and subsistence, 20, pp. 5 - 37 (Eds. Bedford, S.; Spriggs, M.). ANU Press, Acton (2019)
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Jöris, O.; Uomini, N.: Evidence for Neanderthal hand preferences from the Late Middle Palaeolithic site of Buhlen, Germany: insights into Neanderthal learning behaviour. In: Learning among Neanderthals and Palaeolithic Modern Humans: archaeological evidence, pp. 77 - 94 (Eds. Nishiaki, Y.; Joris, O.) (2019)
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Hellrich, J.; Rzymski, C.: The trans-medial fight for glory. In: Medievalism and Metal Music Studies: Throwing Down the Gauntlet, 1st Ed., pp. 13 - 20 (Eds. Barratt-Peacock, R.; Hagen, R.). Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley (2019)
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Hellrich, J.; Rzymski, C.: Computational detection of medieval references in metal. In: Medievalism and Metal Music Studies: Throwing Down the Gauntlet, 1st Ed., pp. 57 - 68 (Eds. Barratt-Peacock, R.; Hagen, R.). Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley (2019)
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Hull, J. R.; Piper, P.; Irwin, G.; Szabó, K.; Oertle, A.; Bellwood, P.: Observations on the Northern Moluccan excavated animal bone and shell collections. In: The Spice Islands in prehistory: archaeology in the Northern Moluccas, Indonesia, Vol. 50, 10, pp. 135 - 165 (Ed. Bellwood, P.). ANU Press, Cranberra (2019)
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Szabó, K.: Worked shell from the Northern Moluccas. In: The Spice Islands in prehistory: archaeology in the Northern Moluccas, Indonesia, Vol. 9, pp. 121 - 134 (Ed. Bellwood, P.). ANU Press, Canberra (2019)
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Haspelmath, M.: Can cross-linguistic regularities be explained by constraints on change? In: Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence, pp. 1 - 23 (Eds. Schmidtke-Bode, K.; Levshina, N.; Michaelis, S. M.; Seržant, I. A.). Language Science Press, Berlin (2019)
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Michaelis, S. M.: Support from creole languages for functional adaptation in grammar: Dependent and independent possessive person-forms. In: Explanation in typology: Diachronic sources, functional motivations and the nature of the evidence, pp. 179 - 201 (Eds. Schmidtke-Bode, K.; Levshina, N.; Michaelis, S. M.; Seržant, I. A.). Language Science Press, Berlin (2019)
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Güldemann, T.: The linguistics of Holocene High Africa. In: Modern human origins and dispersal, pp. 285 - 313 (Eds. Sahle, Y.; Reyes-Centeno, H.; Bentz, C.). Kerns, Tübingen (2019)
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Morin, O.: Imitation. In: Passions sociales, pp. 313 - 319 (Ed. Origgi, G.). Presse Universitaires de France, Paris (2019)
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Stockhammer, P. W.: Appropriation of effective and changing things. In: Engaging transculturality: concepts, key terms, case studies, 18, pp. 264 - 276 (Eds. Abu-Er-Rub, L.; Brosius, C.; Meurer, S.; Panagiotopoulos, D.; Richter, S.). Routledge, Abington (2019)
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Roberts, P.; Krigbaum, J.; Lee-Thorp, J.: Hunting and gathering in prehistoric rainforests: insights from stable isotope analysis. In: Foraging in the past: archaeological studies of Hunter-Gatherer Diversity, pp. 119 - 158 (Ed. Lemke, A. K.). University Press of Colarado, Louisville (2019)
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Watts, J.; Sheehan, O.; Atkinson, Q. D.; Bulbulia, J.; Gray, R. D.: Did ritualized human sacrifice help build and sustain social inequality? In: The cognitive science of religion: A methodological introduction to key empirical studies, pp. 239 - 248 (Eds. Slone, J.; McCorkle Jr., W.). Bloomsbury, London (2019)
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Cassino, M. F.; Alves, R. P.; Levis, C.; Watling, J.; Junqueira, A. B.; Shock, M. P.; Ferreira, M. J.; Caetano Andrade, V. L.; Furquim, L. P.; Coelho, S. D. et al.; Tamanaha, E. K.; Neves, E. G.; Clement, C. R.: Ethnobotany and ethnoecology applied to historical ecology. In: Methods and techniques in ethnobiology and ethnoecology, pp. 187 - 208 (Eds. Albuquerque, U. P.; de Lucena, R. F. P.; Cruz da Cunha, L. V. F.; Alves, R. R. N.). Springer New York, New York, NY (2019)
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Cassino, M. F.; Alves, R. P.; Levis, C.; Watling, J.; Junqueira, A. B.; Shock, M. P.; Ferreira, M. J.; Caetano Andrade, V. L.; Furquim, L. P.; Coelho, S. D. et al.; Tamanaha, E. K.; Neves, E. G.; Clement, C. R.: Ethnobotany and ethnoecology applied to historical ecology. In: Methods and techniques in ethnobiology and ethnoecology, 13, pp. 187 - 208 (Eds. Albuquerque, U. P.; Paiva de Lucena, R. F.; Cruz da Cunha, L. V. F.; Nóbrega Alves, R. R.). Humana Press, New York (2019)
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Cerasetti, B.; Arciero, R.; Carra , M.; Curci, A.; Mazzorin, J. D. G.; Forni , L.; Luneau, E.; Rouse, L. M.; Spengler III, R. N.: Bronze and Iron Age urbanization in Turkmenistan: Preliminary results from the excavation of Togolok 1 on the Murghab alluvial fan. In: Urban Cultures of Central Asia from the Bronze Age to the Karakhanids: Learnings and conclusions from new archaeological investigations and discoveries ; Proceedings of the First International Congress on Central Asian Archaeology held at the University of Bern, 4–6 February 2016, pp. 63 - 72 (Eds. Baumer, C.; Novák, M.). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden (2019)
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