18 February 2019
• Archaeometric characterization of common and cooking wares from the Late Antique city of Valentia (Valencia, Spain)
• ‘Meet the Vikings’—or meet halfway? The new Viking display at the National Museum of Denmark in Copenhagen
• Filling gaps in Aegean deep histories? Evaluating quartz concentrations from Koupharika-Krotiria on Kythera, Greece
• Ian Hodder. Religion, history, and place in the origin of settled life. 2018. Boulder: University Press of Colorado; 978-1-60732-736-3 $75.
• ‘They came from the ends of the earth’: long-distance exchange of obsidian in the High Arctic during the Early Holocene
• FINDER project: collagen fingerprinting (ZooMS) for the identification of new human fossils
• Andy M. Jones & Henrietta Quinnell (ed.). An intellectual adventurer in archaeology: reflections on the work of Charles Thomas. 2018. Oxford: Archaeopress; 978-1-78491-861-3 £44.
• Alasdair Whittle. The times of their lives: hunting history in the archaeology of Neolithic Europe. 2018. Oxford: Oxbow; 978-1-78570-668-4 £40.
• A barrel-vaulted reservoir at Kale-Krševica: hydraulic technology and Iron Age ‘Hellenisation’ in Serbia
• Absolute tree-ring dates for the Late Bronze Age eruptions of Aniakchak and Thera in light of a proposed revision of ice-core chronologies
• Recalibrating grave-good chronologies: new AMS radiocarbon dates from Late Bronze Age burials in Lika, Croatia
• High-precision dating of ceremonial activity around a large ritual complex in Late Bronze Age Mongolia
• Birger Stichelbaut (ed.). Traces of war: the archaeology of the First World War. 2018. Veurne: Hannibal; 978-94-9267-751-8 €29.50.
• A bazaar assemblage: reconstructing consumption, production and trade from mineralised seeds in Abbasid Jerusalem
• Haiming Yan. World Heritage craze in China: universal discourse, national culture, and local memory. 2018. Oxford: Berghahn; 978-1-78533-804-5 £85.
• Jonathan Kaplan & Federico Paredes Umaña. Water, cacao, and the early Maya of Chocolá. 2018. Gainesville: University Press of Florida; 978-0-8130-5674-6 $125.
• Stephanie Wynne-Jones & Adria LaViolette (ed.). The Swahili world. 2018. Abingdon & New York: Routledge; 978-1-138-91346-2 £165.
• ‘That was natural. This is just artificial’!: Displacement, memory, worship, and connection at a Kashmiri Hindu shrine replica
• White grief, happy friendship: Jane Goodale and emotional anthropological research
17 February 2019
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16 February 2019
• From mastery to subjection: An embodied ethics of entrapment in Amazonia
15 February 2019
• The Quest for the Good Life in Precarious Times: Ethnographic Perspectives on the Domestic Moral Economy ChrisGregory & JonAltman (eds). Acton, ACT: ANU Press, 2018. Pp. xix + 22, AUD$45 (Pb.), ISBN 9-781760-462000
• Resilience and the Localisation of Trauma in Aceh, IndonesiaC. Smith Asian Studies Association of Australia: Southeast Asia Publications Series. Singapore: NUS Press Singapore, 2018. Pp. v + 178, notes, glossary, bibliog., index, SGD $38.00 (Pb.), ISBN 97
• Socio-political organization in the Aceramic Neolithic of southwestern Asia: The complex evolution of socio-political complexity
• Dry, rainfed or irrigated? Reevaluating the role and development of rice agriculture in Iron Age-Early Historic South India using archaeobotanical approaches
• Diet, cuisine and consumption practices of the first farmers in the southeastern Baltic
• The ancient use of colouring on the marble statues of Hierapolis of Phrygia (Turkey): an integrated multi-analytical approach
• Resolving the migrant paradox: Two pathways to coalescence in the late precontact U.S. Southwest
• Corrigendum to “Hongshan households and communities in Neolithic northeastern China” [J. Anthropol. Archaeol. 47 (2017) 50–71]
• Arming landscapes: Connectivity and resistance in northwestern Iberia in Late Prehistory
• Corrigendum to “Cemeteries on a moving frontier: Mortuary practices and the spread of pastoralism from the Sahara into eastern Africa” [J. Anthropol. Archaeol. 51 (2018) 187–205]
• Ritual economy and ancient Maya bloodletting: Obsidian blades from Actun Uayazba Kab (Handprint Cave), Belize
14 February 2019
• Geochemical and mineralogical relations of three ceramic complexes from the formative period (2000–300 BC) in Costa Rica
• First direct evidence of broomcorn millet (Panicum miliaceum) in Central Europe
• A traceological approach to the use of Laguna Azul during the Late Holocene (from ca. 2000 years BP) in Norpatagonia, Argentina
• The Ethnoarchaeology of Ambush Hunting: A Case Study of ǂGi Pan, Western Ngamiland, Botswana
• Future-making Tactics: Exploring Middle-class Living and Green Practices in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
• Anthropology is companion studies: A study of violent relations during fieldwork with my family
• Exploring caregiving-related experiences among Chinese American and European American family caregivers of persons with mental illness
13 February 2019
• Neanderthal plant use and pyrotechnology: phytolith analysis from Roc de Marsal, France
12 February 2019
• Eneolithic subsistence economy in Central Italy: first dietary reconstructions through stable isotopes
• The discovery and extraction of Chinese ink characters from the wood surfaces of the Huangchangticou tomb of Western Han Dynasty
• Ethnographical and historical accounts for understanding the exploration of new lands: The case of Central Western Patagonia, Southernmost South America