Publications of Mark Hudson
9 (1), 84 (2022)Global processes of anthropogenesis characterise the early Anthropocene in the Japanese Islands. Humanities and Social Sciences Communications
599, s41586-021-04108-8, pp. 616 - 621 (2021)Triangulation supports agricultural spread of the Transeurasian languages. Nature
Ancient genome analyses shed light on kinship organization and mating practice of Late Neolithic society in China. iScience, 103352 (2021)
38, 103065 (2021)3000-year-old shark attack victim from Tsukumo shell-mound, Okayama, Japan. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports
Cranial morphometric analysis of early wet-rice farmers in the Yangtze River Delta of China. Anthropological science, 210325 (2021)
34, s10963-021-09156-6, pp. 121 - 158 (2021)Bronze Age globalisation and Eurasian impacts on later Jōmon social change. Journal of World Prehistory
22, 100177, pp. 1 - 21 (2020)Millet agriculture dispersed from Northeast China to the Russian Far East: integrating archaeology, genetics, and linguistics. Archaeological Research in Asia
11, 2700 (2020)Ancient genomes from northern China suggest links between subsistence changes and human migration. Nature Communications
2 (n/a), E6, pp. 1 - 13 (2020)The evolving Japanese: the dual structure hypothesis at 30 [Review]. Evolutionary Human Sciences
2, e5, pp. 1 - 20 (2020)Tracing population movements in ancient East Asia through the linguistics and archaeology of textile production [Review]. Evolutionary Human Sciences
2, e52, pp. 1 - 17 (2020)Archaeolinguistic evidence for the farming/language dispersal of Koreanic. Evolutionary Human Sciences
46, dp.46.2 , pp. 30 - 43 (2019)Towards a prehistory of the Great Divergence: the Bronze Age roots of Japan’s premodern economy. Documenta Praehistorica
3 (10), pp. 1415 - 1418 (2019)Common carp aquaculture in Neolithic China dates back 8,000 years. Nature Ecology & Evolution
Socio-ecological resilience and language dynamics: An adaptive cycle model of long-term language change. Journal of Language Evolution, lzy008 (2018)
Global environmental justice and the natural environment in Japanese archaeology. Multidisciplinary studies of the environment and civilization: japanese perspectives, 11, pp. 159 - 181 (2017)
Conjuring up prehistory: landscape and the archaic in japanese Nationalism. Archaeopress, Summertown (2021), 90 pp.
The prehistoric and ancient worlds. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge (2020), 756 pp.
Multidisciplinary studies of the environment and civilization: japanese perspectives. Routledge, London (2017), 196 pp.
Globalization and the historical evolution of japanese fisheries. In: Maritime prehistory of Northeast Asia, pp. 97 - 122 (Eds. Cassidy, J.; Ponkratova, I.; Fitzhugh, B.). Springer, Singapore (2022)
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)