Roger Blench: Papers in world archaeology and prehistory

 

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2014

Language and archaeology: state of the art. Chapter in the Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Anthropology. N.J. Enfield, P. Kockelman, J. Sidnell eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

In press

2012

Two vanished African maritime traditions and a parallel from South America. African Archaeological Review, 2012. DOI 10.1007/s10437-012-91

Published

2008

Roger Blench, Malcolm Ross & Alicia Sanchez-Mazas Methodological issues: linking genetic, linguistic and archaeological issues. In: Alicia Sanchez-Mazas, Blench, R.M., Ross, M.D., I. Peiros & Marie Lin eds. Human migrations in continental East Asia and Taiwan. Matching archaeology, linguistics and genetics. 3-19. London: Routledge.

Published

2008

Agriculture and phylic dispersals ; re-evaluating the evidence. Presented at the meeting ‘Us and Them: Modelling past genetic, linguistic, and cultural boundaries’. Bordeaux 15–17, May 2008

Unpublished

2006

The Pleistocene settlement of the rim of the Indian Ocean. Paper presented at: 18th Congress Of The Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Manila, March 2006

Unpublished

2004

Archaeology and Language: methods and issues. In: A Companion To Archaeology. J. Bintliff ed. 52-74. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Published

2004

Using Ethnography To Reconstruct The Culture Of Early Modern Humans. Paper presented at the SAFA, Bergen 2004.

Unpublished

 

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