ISSN 0043-8243 (Print); ISSN 1470-1375 (Online)
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
Archaeology and evolutionary ecology
Subsistence strategies and early human population history: an evolutionary ecological perspective
Boone, James L.
Evolutionary ecology of spoken language: co-evolutionary hypotheses are testable
Buckley, Carina; Steele, James
Evaluating evolutionary archaeology
Prey spatial structure and behavior affect archaeological tests of optimal foraging models: examples from the Emeryville Shellmound vertebrate fauna
Broughton, Jack M.
Explaining subsistence change in southern New Zealand using foraging theory models
Thinking outside the box: a new perspective on diet breadth and sexual division of labor in the Prearchaic Great Basin
Elston, Robert G.; Zeanah, David W.
Optimal gardening strategies: maximizing the input and retention of water in prehistoric gridded fields in north central New Mexico
The effect of handling time on subsistence technology
Bright, Jason; Ugan, Andrew; Hunsaker, Lori
An evaluation of central-place foraging among mollusk gatherers in Western Kiribati, Micronesia: linking behavioral ecology with ethnoarchaeology
Thomas, Frank R.