Publications

The Magdalenian household: unraveling domesticity.

Zubrow, E., Audouze, F., & Enloe, J. G. (Eds.). (2010)

SUNY Press.

Stabilization points in carrying capacity: population growth and migrations.

Diachenko, A., & Zubrow, E. B. (2015)

Journal of Neolithic Archaeology, 17, 1-15.

A preliminary report on archaeological fieldwork in the Kamchatka Region of Russia.

Hulse, E. L., Keeler, D. M., Zubrow, E. B., Korosec, G. J., Ponkratova, I. Y., & Curtis, C. (2011)

Sibirica, 10(1), 48-74.

Time, process and structured transformation in archaeology.

McGlade, J., & van der Leeuw, S. E. (2013)

(Vol. 26). Routledge.

CHAPTER ONE PREHISTORIC PLACE: STUDIES IN MATERIAL CULTURE, TIME AND SPACE.

Zubrow, E. B. (2013)

Place as Material Culture: Objects, Geographies and the Construction of Time, 13.

Paleoclimatic Reconstruction and Archaeological Investigations at Xcoch and the Puuc Region of Yucatan, Mexico: Exploratory Research into Arctic Climate Change and Maya Culture Processes.

Zubrow, E. B., Smyth, M. P., Zapata, D. O., Dunning, N. P., & Weaver, E. M. (2011)

Prehistoric human responses to volcanic tephra fall events in the ust-kamchatsk region, kamchatka peninsula (kamchatsky krai, russian federation) during the middle to late holocene (6000–500 cal BP)

Pendea, I. F., Harmsen, H., Keeler, D., Zubrow, E. B. W., Korosec, G., Ruhl, E., . . . Hulse, E. (2016)

Quaternary International, 394, 51-68. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2015.07.033

Why excavate? Triaging the excavation of archaeological sites.

Zubrow, E. B. (2011)

Archaeological dialogues, 18(01), 46-48.

DIY and digital archaeology: what are you doing to participate?.

Morgan, C., & Eve, S. (2012)

World Archaeology, 44(4), 521-537.

Caves and Spatial Constraint: The Prehistoric Implications.

Zubrow, E. B. (2012)

In Sacred Darkness: A Global Perspective on the Ritual Use of Caves (pp. 371-384). Boulder, Colorado: University Press of Colorado.

Matthias, Pepys, Longfellow, Sissy Spacek, and Me: Arctic Cultural Dissemination across Time and Space.

Zubrow, E. B. (2011)

Arctic Anthropology, 48(1), 1-14.

Cascading Prehistoric Events.

Zubrow, E. B. (2010)

Eventful Archaeologies: New Approaches to Social Transformation in the Archaeological Record, 1, 17.

Archaeological Cultural Heritage: A Consideration of Loss by Smuggling, Conflict or War.

Zubrow, E. B. (2016)

In The Artful Economist (pp. 215-226). Springer International Publishing.

“Ne diyor?”(What does she say?): Informal interpreting in general practice.

Meeuwesen, L., Twilt, S., Jan, D., & Harmsen, H. (2010)

Patient education and counseling, 81(2), 198-203

Secondary state formation during the early iron age on the island of Sri Lanka: The evolution of a periphery.

Karunaratne, P. P. (2010)

University of California, San Diego.

Early Holocene M~ 6 explosive eruption from Plosky volcanic massif (Kamchatka) and its tephra as a link between terrestrial and marine paleoenvironmental records.

Ponomareva, V., Portnyagin, M., Derkachev, A., Pendea, I. F., Bourgeois, J., Reimer, P. J., ... & Nürnberg, D. (2013)

International Journal of Earth Sciences, 102(6), 1673-1699.

A new shoreline displacement model for the last 7 ka from eastern James Bay, Canada.

Pendea, I. F., Costopoulos, A., Nielsen, C., & Chmura, G. L. (2010)

Quaternary Research, 73(3), 474-484.

Potential pitfalls of pollen dating.

Neulieb, T., Levac, E., Southon, J., Lewis, M., Pendea, I. F., & Chmura, G. L. (2013)

Radiocarbon, 55(2-3), 1142-1155.

A high-resolution record of carbon accumulation rates during boreal peatland initiation.

Pendea, I. F., & Chmura, G. L. (2012)

Biogeosciences, 9(7), 2711-2717.

Calibration of pollen assemblages and carbon–nitrogen ratios to discriminate boreal wetland types.

Pendea, I. F., & Chmura, G. L. (2012)

Review of Palaeobotany and Palynology, 174, 48-56.

Mid to late Holocene fire history of Eastern James Bay: investigating the environmental impact of early humans.

Pendea, I. F., Chmura, G. L., & Costopoulos, A. (2010)

In search of a theoretical assessment of Bronze Age society in the Baltic Countries.

Čivilytė, A. (2013)

Archaeologia Baltica, 18, 14-27.

Is a warrior without a weapon not a warrior? Some ideas about Bronze Age warfare in the Eastern Baltic Region.

Čivilytė, A. (2007)

Archaeologia Baltica, 8, 39-46.

Zur Seltenheit metallener Waffen der Bronzezeit im Ostbaltikum.

Čivilytė, A. (2005)

Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt, 35(3), 329-344.

Elenos Pranckėnaitės daktaro disertacija „Ežerų gyvenvietės Pietryčių Baltijos regione ankstyvuoju metalų laikotarpiu “.

Čivilytė, A. (2013)

Lietuvos archeologija, (39), 378-382.

'Figure it out!' Psychological Perspectives on Perception of Migration Period Animal Art.

Lindstrøm, T. C., & Kristoffersen, S. (2001)

Norwegian archaeological review, 34(2), 65-84.

The animals of the arena: how and why could their destruction and death be endured and enjoyed?.

Lindstrøm, T. C. (2010)

World archaeology, 42(2), 310-323

‘I am the Walrus’: Animal Identities and Merging with Animals–Exceptional Experiences?.

Lindstrøm, T. C. (2012)

Norwegian archaeological review, 45(2), 151-176.

Agency ‘in itself’. A discussion of inanimate, animal and human agency.

Lindstrøm, T. C. (2015)

Archaeological dialogues, 22(02), 207-238.

The acoustic and auditory contexts of human behavior.

Blake, E. C., Cross, I., Simões de Abreu, M., Kang, J., Zhang, M., Mills, S., ... & Cross, I. (2015)

Current Anthropology, 56(1), 000-000.

Mycenaean Art: A Psychological Approach.

Lindstrøm, T. C. (2010)

European Journal of Archaeology, 13(1), 126-128. doi:10.1179/eja.2010.13.1.126