This list relates to the semester Semester 2 2020 which does not start until 27/07/2020
  1. Archaeological approaches to technology - Heather Margaret-Louise Miller 2009

    Book Required

  2. Fire As an Engineering Tool of Early Modern Humans - Brown Kyle S., Curtis W. Marean, Andy I. R. Herries, Zenobia Jacobs 2009

    Article Required

  3. A previously undescribed organic residue sheds light on heat treatment in the Middle Stone Age - Patrick Schmidt, Guillaume Porraz, Ludovic Bellot-Gurlet, Edmund February 2015

    Article Required

  4. Measuring the Complexity of Lithic Technology - Charles Perreault, P. Jeffrey Brantingham, Steven L. Kuhn, Sarah Wurz 12/2013

    Article Required

  5. Chapter 8: Animal culture: problems and solutions - Kevin N. Laland, Bennett G. Galef 2009

    Chapter Required

  6. An anthropological analysis of food-getting technology - Wendell H. Oswalt, Gloria Mann, Leonn Satterthwait c1976

    Book Required

  7. Artifacts: an introduction to early materials and technology - Henry Woolmington MacKenzie Hodges 1989

    Book Recommended

  8. Neural correlates of Early Stone Age toolmaking: technology, language and cognition in human evolution - Dietrich Stout, Nicholas Toth, Kathy Schick, Thierry Chaminade 2008

    Article Recommended

  9. Studies in ancient technology - R. J. Forbes 1955-1964

    Book Recommended

  10. Experiencing archaeology by experiment: proceedings of the Experimental Archaeology Conference, Exeter 2007 - Penny Cunningham, Julia Heeb, Roeland Paardekooper, Experimental Archaeology Conference 2008

    Book Recommended

  11. The seventy great inventions of the ancient world - Brian M. Fagan 2004

    Book Recommended

  12. Engineering in the ancient world - John G. Landels 2000

    Book Recommended

  13. Primate archaeology - Michael Haslam, Adriana Hernandez-Aguilar, Victoria Ling, Susana Carvalho 2009-7-16

    Article Recommended

  14. Theory and experiment in the study of technological change - Michael B. Schiffer, James M. Skibo 1987

    Article Recommended

  15. Behavioral Archaeology and the Study of Technology - Michael Brian Schiffer, James M. Skibo, Janet L. Griffitts, Kacy L. Hollenback 2001

    Article Recommended

  16. When is technology worth the trouble? - Andrew Ugan, Jason Bright, Alan Rogers 10/2003

    Article Recommended

  17. Lithic technological systems and evolutionary theory - Nathan Goodale 2015

    Book Recommended Read Chapter 7: When to Retouch, Haft, or Discard? Modeling Optimal Use/Maintenance Schedules in Lithic Tool Use

  18. Projectile Technology - Heidi Knecht 1997

    Book Recommended Read: Chapter 8 'Projectile points of bone, antler and stone: experimental' pp. 191-212

  19. Ceramics and Evolution - Hector Neff 1992

    Article Recommended

  20. On the Origins of Pottery - Prudence M. Rice 1999

    Article Recommended

  21. Organic-Tempered Pottery: An Experimental Study - James M. Skibo, Michael B. Schiffer, Kenneth C. Reid 01/1989

    Article Recommended

  22. Megalith mechanics - R. H. G. Parry 11/01/2000

    Article Recommended

  23. Designing Experimental Research in Archaeology - Jeffrey R. Ferguson 2010

    Book Recommended Read: Pages 1-12 'Introduction'.

  24. 2.5-million-year-old stone tools from Gona, Ethiopia - S. Semaw, P. Renne, J. W. K. Harris, C. S. Feibel 1997-1-23

    Article Recommended

  25. Tool Use and Tool Making in Wild Chimpanzees - Christophe Boesch, Hedwige Boesch 1990

    Article Recommended

  26. Capuchin monkey tool use: Overview and implications - Eduardo B. Ottoni, Patrícia Izar 2008

    Article Recommended

  27. Pages 293-301: Experiments in Upper Palaeolithic bone work - M. Newcommer 1976

    Chapter Recommended

  28. Multiple uses for Australian backed artefacts - Robertson, Gail, Attenbrow, Val, Hiscock, Peter 06/2009

    Article Recommended

  29. Nuts, Nut Cracking, and Pitted Stones at Gesher Benot Ya'aqov, Israel - Goren-Inbar, N, G. Sharon, Y. Melamed, M. Kislev 2002

    Article Recommended

  30. Archaeology with ethnography: an Australian perspective - Betty Meehan, Rhys Jones, Australian Archaeological Association 1988 (electronic resource)

    Book Recommended Read: Pages 94-108 'Central Australian seedgrinding implements and Pleistocene grindstones'.

  31. Development of metallurgy in Eurasia - Vincent C. Pigott, Benjamin W. Roberts, Christopher P. Thornton 2009

    Article Recommended

  32. Old stones' song: Use-wear experiments and analysis of the Oldowan quartz and quartzite assemblage from Kanjera South (Kenya) - Cristina Lemorini, Thomas W. Plummer, David R. Braun, Alyssa N. Crittenden 07/2014

    Article Recommended

  33. 4,300-Year-Old Chimpanzee Sites and the Origins of Percussive Stone Technology - Julio Mercader, Huw Barton, Jason Gillespie, Jack Harris 2007

    Article Recommended

  34. The earliest evidence of wheeled vehicles in Europe and the Near East - Jan Bakker, Janusz Kruk, Albert E Lanting, Sarunas Milisauskas 1999

    Article Recommended

  35. Stone Anvil Damage by Wild Bearded Capuchins (Sapajus libidinosus) during Pounding Tool Use: A Field Experiment - Michael Haslam, Raphael Moura Cardoso, Elisabetta Visalberghi, Dorothy Fragaszy 2014

    Article Recommended

  36. Poison arrows and bone utensils in late Pleistocene eastern Africa: evidence from Kuumbi Cave, Zanzibar - Michelle C. Langley, Mary E. Prendergast, Ceri Shipton, Eréndira M. Quintana Morales 2016

    Article Recommended

  37. Do animals have culture? - Kevin N. Laland, William Hoppitt 2003

    Article Recommended

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