Recommended Readings

Robin I M Dunbar

  • Neocortex Size, Group Size And The Evolution Of Language |
  • Coevolution Of Neocortex Size, Group Size And Language In Humans |
  • Neocortex Size, Group Size And The Evolution Of Language |

Michael Dunn

  • Evolved Structure Of Language Shows Lineage-Specific Trends In Word-Order Universals |

Emile Durkheim

  • The Origins Of These Beliefs The Genesis Of The Notion Of The Totemicprinciple Or Mana |

Nick Enfield

  • What I’M Reading: Language, Culture, And Mind: Trends And Standards In The Latest Pendulum Swing |

David Erdal

  • The Human Socio-Cognitive Niche And Its Evolutionary Origins |

Dean Falk

  • The Brain Of Lb1, Homo Floresiensis |

Eduardo Fernández-Duque

  • Moonstruck Primates: Owl Monkeys (Aotus) Need Moonlight For Nocturnal Activity In Their Natural Environment |

Clive Finlayson

  • Late Survival Of Neanderthals At The Southernmost Extreme Of Europea |

Morna Finnegan

  • The Political Is Personal: Eros, Ritual Dialogue, And The Speaking Body In Central African Hunter-Gatherer Society |
  • The Politics Of Eros: Ritual Dialogue And Egalitarianism In Three Central African Hunter-Gatherer Societies |

W Tecumseh Fitch

  • The Faculty Of Language What Is It, Who Has It And How Did It Evolve? |

Barbara Fruth

  • Culture In Bonobos? Between-Species And Within-Species Variation Inbehavior |

Gordon Gallup

  • Chimpanzees Self-Recognition |

Francisco Gil-White

  • The Evolution Of Prestige Freely Conferred Deference As A Mechanism Forenhancing The Benefits Of Cultural Transmission |

Jim Giles

  • Aboriginal Remains Head For Home |

Herbert Gintis

  • Costly Signaling And Cooperation |

Peter Gordon

  • Numerical Cognition Without Words Evidence From Amazonia |

John Gowdy

  • Hunter-Gatherers And The Mythology Of The Market |

David Graeber

  • Debt, The First Five Thousand Years |

Russell D. Gray

  • Evolved Structure Of Language Shows Lineage-Specific Trends In Word-Order Universals |

Peter Gray

  • Play As A Foundation For Hunter-Gatherer Social Existence |

Chris Gray

  • Socialism And Anthropology |

Simon J. Greenhill

  • Evolved Structure Of Language Shows Lineage-Specific Trends In Word-Order Universals |

Otto Gross

  • The Anarchist Psychoanalyst |

Per Hage

  • Matrilineality And The Melanesian Origin Of Polynesian Y Chromosomes |

Brian Hare

  • Reliance On Head Versus Eyes In The Gaze Following Of Great Apes Andhuman Infants The Cooperative Eye Hypothesis |

Stevan R Harnad

  • From Hand To Mouth Some Critical Stages In The Evolution Of Language |

Keith Hart

  • A Human Economy For The Twenty-First Century |

Katerina Harvati

  • Return Of The Last Neanderthal |

Marc D Hauser

  • The Faculty Of Language What Is It, Who Has It And How Did It Evolve? |

Kristen Hawkes

  • The Grandmother Effect |
  • Grandmothering And The Evolution Of Homo Erectus |

Joseph Henrich

  • The Evolution Of Prestige Freely Conferred Deference As A Mechanism Forenhancing The Benefits Of Cultural Transmission |

Christopher Henshilwood

  • Middle Stone Age Shell Beads From South Africa |
  • The Origin Of Modern Human Behaviour |

Peter Henzi

  • Constraints On Relationship Formation Among Female Primates |

Russell Hill

  • Red Enhances Human Performance In Contests |

Kim Hill

  • A Theory Of Human Life History Evolution Diet, Intelligence & Longevity |

Lawrence Hirschfeld

  • Culture, Cognition And Evolution |

Ian Hodder

  • A “Curious And Sometimes A Trifle Macabre Artistry" |

Gottfried Hohmann

  • Culture In Bonobos? Between-Species And Within-Species Variation Inbehavior |

Erella Hovers

  • An Early Case Of Color Symbolism Ochre Use By Modern Humans In Quafzehcave |

James Hurford

  • Languages, And The Human Language Faculty |
  • Language A Darwinian Adaptation? |
  • Language Beyond Our Grasp What Mirror Neurons Can, And Cannot, Do Forlanguage Evolution |

Ana Magdalena Hurtado

  • A Theory Of Human Life History Evolution Diet, Intelligence & Longevity |

Dennis Ikanda

  • Fear Of Darkness, The Full Moon And The Nocturnal Ecology Of African Lions |

Ray Jackendoff

  • The Faculty Of Language What's Special About It? |