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  1. Foraging Performance, Prosociality, and Kin Presence Do Not Predict Lifetime Reproductive Success in Batek Hunter-Gatherers

    Contributor(s):: Kraft, Thomas S., Venkataraman, Vivek V., Tacey, Ivan, Dominy, Nathaniel J., Endicott, Kirk M.

  2. Foraging performance, prosociality, and kin presence do not predict lifetime reproductive success in batek hunter-gatherers

    Contributor(s):: Kraft, Thomas S., Venkataraman, Vivek V., Tacey, Ivan, Dominy, Nathaniel J., Endicott, Kirk M.

  3. A THEORY OF 'ANIMAL BORDERS': Thoughts and Practices toward Non-human Animals among the G|ui Hunter-Gatherers

    Contributor(s):: Sugawara, Kazuyoshi

  4. The Relationships Among Plants, Animals, and Man in the African Tropical Rain Forest

    Contributor(s):: Hideaki Terashima

    Interrelationship among man, plants and animals in the Ituri forest is described and analyzed. Plants contribute mainly to establish the material world of forest foragers, and their eternity gives man and animals living in the forest a sense of security and certainty of life. Animals are...

  5. "It's hard enough to control yourself; it's ridiculous to think you can control animals": competing views on "The bush" in contemporary Yukon

    Contributor(s):: Easton, Norman Alexander

  6. Canids as persons : Early Neolithic and wolf burials, Cis-Baikal, Siberia

    Contributor(s):: Losey, Robert J., R.J. Losey, V.I. Bazaliiskii, S. Garvie-Lok, M. Germonpre, Jennifer A. Leonard, A.L. Allen, M. Anne Katzenberg, M.V. Sablin

    Interpretations of dog burials made by ancient foraging groups have tended to be based upon our own relationships with such animals and modern western cosmological and ontological concepts. Osteological studies of early dogs often focus only on issues of taxonomy, and as a result very little is...

  7. Da confiança à dominação : uma nova abordagem de Tim Ingold ao tema do surgimento da domesticação

    Contributor(s):: Amaro, Gonçalo

  8. Divinatory animals: further evidence of San /Nguni borrowing

    Contributor(s):: Hammond-Tooke, W. D.

  9. Hominin-carnivore interactions during Chinese early palaeolithic: taphonomic perspectives from Xujiayao

    Contributor(s):: Norton, Christopher J.

  10. Notions of corporality and person among the Jodï

    Contributor(s):: López, Eglée

  11. Osnovnye ochagi dreveishego proizvodiaschchego khoziaistva v svete dostizhenii sovremennoi nauki

    Contributor(s):: Shnirel'man, V. A.

  12. Paleoethology as a tool for the development of archaeological models of land-use : the Crimean Middle Palaeolithic

    Contributor(s):: Burke, A.

  13. The role of canids in ritual and domestic contexts new ancient DNA insights from complex hunter-gatherer sites in prehistoric central California

    Contributor(s):: Byrd, Brian F., Alan M Leventhal, Anna Cornellas, Jelmer W Eerkens, Jeffrey Rosenthal, Tim R. Carpenter, Jennifer A. Leonard

    This study explores the interrelationship between the genus Canis and hunter–gatherers through a case study of prehistoric Native Americans in the San Francisco Bay-Sacramento Delta area. A distinctive aspect of the region's prehistoric record is the interment of canids, variously...

  14. Cognitive space concerning habitual thought and practice toward animals among the central San ( |Gui and Gana): deictic /indirect cognition and prospective /retrospective intention)

    Contributor(s):: Sugawara, Kazuyoshi

  15. Comment les Évenks de Sibérie méridionale ont modifié le rituel sur le gibier tué

    Contributor(s):: Lavrillier, Alexandra

  16. Gender and Matinen dogs

    Contributor(s):: Broch, Harald Beyer

  17. Hunting on heaven and earth : a comment on Knight

    Contributor(s):: Hayden, Brian

  18. Spirit and practical knowledge in the person of the bear among Wemindji Cree hunters

    Contributor(s):: Scott, Colin

  19. Symbolic categories

    Contributor(s):: Sugawara, Kazuyoshi

  20. The anonymity of the hunt : a critique of hunting as sharing

    Contributor(s):: Knight, John