Featured Publications by CHER Staff and Research Associates
CHER staff and Research Associates have, combined, published more than thirty books and hundreds of scientific journal articles and book chapters. Below we list a few of our recent publications with links to further information and availability.
McCall, Grant S.
2018 Strategies for Quantitative Research: Archaeology by Numbers. Routledge.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Greaves, Russell D., et al.
2016 Economic activities of twenty-first century foraging populations. In Why Forage? Hunters and Gatherers in the Twenty-First Century, edited by Brain F. Codding and Karen L. Kramer, pp. 241-262. School for Advanced Research Press and University of New Mexico Press.
Greaves, Russell D., and Karen L. Kramer
2014 Hunter–gathereruse of wild plants and domesticates: Archaeological implications for mixedeconomies before agricultural intensification. Journal of Archaeological Science 41: 263-271.
Enloe, James G.
2013 Neanderthal to Neanderthal evolution: preliminary observations on faunal exploitation from Mousterian to Châtelperronian at Arcy-sur-Cure. In Zooarchaeology and Modern Human Origins, edited by Jamie Clark and John Speth, pp. 163-172. Springer.