Publications of Mark Hudson

Book Chapter (5)

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Book Chapter
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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Book Chapter
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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Book Chapter
Hudson, M.: Introduction: the great wave of the Anthropocene. In: Multidisciplinary studies of the environment and civilization: japanese perspectives, pp. 1 - 12 (Ed. Yasuda, Y.). Routledge, London (2017)

Working Paper (1)

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Working Paper
Fernandes, R.; Hudson, M.; Takamiya, H.; Bassino, J.-P.; Uchiyama, J.; Robbeets, M.: The ARCHIPELAGO Archaeological Isotope Database for the Japanese Islands. Journal of open archaeology data 9 (3), joad.73 (2021), 10 pp.

Book Review (3)

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Book Review
Hoover, K. C.; Hudson, M.: Hunter-gatherer adaptation and resilience: a bioarchaeological perspective / Daniel H. Temple and Christopher M. Stojanowski. - Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019. - ISBN 9781107187351. $99.99 (Hardcover). American Journal of Physical Anthropology 171 (3), pp. 559 - 561 (2020)
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Book Review
Hudson, M.: Yoneyama, Shoko. 2019. Animism in Contemporary Japan: Voices for the Anthropocene from Post-Fukushima Japan. Abingdon: Routledge. xi + 250 pp. Hb.: £115.00. ISBN: 9781138228030; Ebook.: £20.00. ISBN: 9781315393902. Anthropological Notebooks 25 (1), pp. 189 - 192 (2019)
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Book Review
Hudson, M.: Brumann, Christoph and David Berliner: World Heritage on The Ground. Ethnographic Perspectives. Anthropological Notebooks 24 (1), pp. 120 - 121 (2018)

Preprint (1)

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Preprint
Jarosz, A.; Robbeets, M.; Fernandes, R.; Takamiya, H.; Shinzato, A.; Nakamura, N.; Shinoto, M.; Hudson, M.: Demography, trade and state power: a tripartite model of medieval farming/language dispersals in the Ryukyu Islands. (2022)
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