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Publications

Here you can explore our project publications, as well as finding a list of past publications relevant to our research.

Publications

Past Publications

  • Brace, S, Diekmann, Y, Booth, TJ, van Dorp, L, Faltyskova, Z, Rohland, N, Mallick, S, Olalde, I, Ferry, M, Michel, M, Oppenheimer, J, Broomandkhoshbacht, N, Stewardson, K, Martiniano, R, Walsh, S, Kayser, M, Charlton, S, Hellenthal, G et al. “Ancient Genomes Indicate Population Replacement in Early Neolithic Britain.” Nature Ecology and Evolution 3 (2019) : 765-771
  • Charlton, S, Booth, T and Barnes, I “The problem with petrous? A consideration of the potential biases in the utilisation of pars petrosa for ancient DNA analysis.” World Archaeology 51.4 (2020) : 574-585
  • Hannah O'Regan “The Brown Bear (ursus arctos) in Holocene Britain: A Review of the Evidence” Mammal Review 48 (2018) : 229-44
  • Charlton, S, Ramsøe, A, Collins, M, Craig, OE, Fischer, R, Alexander, M and Speller, CF “New insights into Neolithic milk consumption through proteomic analysis of dental calculus.” Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 11.11 (2019) : 6183–6196
  • Charlton, S, Alexander, M, Milner, N, O’Connell, TC, Mellars, P, Stevens, RE, and Craig, OE “Finding Britain’s last hunter-gatherers: new biomolecular approaches to skeletal material from Cnoc Coig” Journal of Archaeological Science 73 (2016) : 55-61
  • Callan Davies, Andy Kesson, and Lucy Munro London Theatrical Culture, 1560–1590. Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Literature (2020)
  • L. A. F. Frantz, et al. “Genomic and archaeological evidence suggest a dual origin of domestic dogs.” Science 352 (2016) : 1228–1231
  • Andy Kesson Exit pursuing a human: performing animals on the early modern stage. Reading Literary Animals (CUP) ed(s) Karen Edwards, Derek Ryan and Jane Spencer (2020)
  • G. Larson, et al. “Current perspectives and the future of domestication studies.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (2014) : 6139–6146
  • G. Larson, et al. “Rethinking dog domestication by integrating genetics, archeology, and biogeography.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 109 (2012) : 8878–8883
  • R. Perri, et al. “Dog domestication and the dual dispersal of people and dogs into the Americas.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 118 (2021)