Hunter Gatherer Research

A bright multispecies future

Hunter Gatherer Research (2018), 4, (2), 251–255.

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Conneller, C 2011. An archaeology of materials: substantial transformations in early prehistoric Europe. Abingdon: Routledge. Google Scholar

Conneller, C & Overton, NJ 2018. The British Mesolithic context. In Milner, N, Conneller, C & Taylor, B (eds) Star Carr. Vol 1. York: White Rose University Press. Google Scholar

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Gron, KJ, Rowley-Conwy, P, Fernandez-Dominguez, E, Gröcke, DR, Montgomery, J, Nowell, GM & Patterson, WP 2018. A meeting in the forest: hunters and farmers at the Coneybury ‘anomaly’, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 84:111–144. Google Scholar

Hill, E 2011. Animals as agents: hunting ritual and relational ontologies in prehistoric Alaska and Chukotka. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 21(3):407–426. Google Scholar

Jones, P 2009. Considering living-beings in the aceramic Neolithic of Cyprus. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 22(1):75–99. Google Scholar

McNiven, IJ 2014. Between the living and the dead: relational ontologies and the ritual dimensions of dugong hunting across Torres Strait. In Watts, C (ed) Relational Archaeologies. Abingdon: Routledge:111–130. Google Scholar

Overton, NJ 2016. More than skin deep: reconsidering isolated remains of ‘fur-bearing species’ in the British and European Mesolithic. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 26(4):561–578. Google Scholar

Overton, NJ 2018. The rhythm of life: exploring the role of daily and seasonal rhythms in the development of human-nonhuman relationships in the British Early Mesolithic. In Pilaar-Birch, S (ed) Multispecies archaeology. Abingdon: Routledge:295–309. Google Scholar

Overton, NJ & Taylor, B 2018. Humans in the environment: plants, animals and landscapes in Mesolithic Britain and Ireland. Journal of World Prehistory 31(3):385–402. Google Scholar

Russell, N & McGowan, KJ 2003. Dance of the cranes: crane symbolism at Çatalhöyük and beyond. Antiquity 77(297):445–455. Google Scholar

Warren, G 2018. From moments to histories: a social archaeology of the Mesolithic? Journal of World Prehistory 31(3):421–433. Google Scholar

Argent, G 2016. Killing (constructed) horses: interspecies elders, empathy and emotion, and the Pazyryk horse sacrifices. In Albarella, U & Trentacoste, A (eds) Ethnozooarchaeology: global perspectives. Oxford: Oxbow:19–32. Google Scholar

Bennett, J 2010. Vibrant matter: a political ecology of things. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Google Scholar

Brown, LA & Emery, KF 2008. Negotiations with the animate forest: hunting shrines in the Guatemalan Highlands. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 15(300): https://doi.org/10.1007/s10816-008-9055-7. Google Scholar

Conneller, C 2004. Becoming deer. Corporeal transformations at Star Carr. Archaeological dialogues 11(1):37–56. Google Scholar

Conneller, C 2011. An archaeology of materials: substantial transformations in early prehistoric Europe. Abingdon: Routledge. Google Scholar

Conneller, C & Overton, NJ 2018. The British Mesolithic context. In Milner, N, Conneller, C & Taylor, B (eds) Star Carr. Vol 1. York: White Rose University Press. Google Scholar

Gray Jones, A, Overton, NJ & Taylor, B 2018. Relational approaches to past hunter-gatherer worlds. Conference session: Theoretical Archaeology Group annual conference 2018, 17–19 December. Chester. Google Scholar

Gron, KJ, Rowley-Conwy, P, Fernandez-Dominguez, E, Gröcke, DR, Montgomery, J, Nowell, GM & Patterson, WP 2018. A meeting in the forest: hunters and farmers at the Coneybury ‘anomaly’, Wiltshire. Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society 84:111–144. Google Scholar

Hill, E 2011. Animals as agents: hunting ritual and relational ontologies in prehistoric Alaska and Chukotka. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 21(3):407–426. Google Scholar

Jones, P 2009. Considering living-beings in the aceramic Neolithic of Cyprus. Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 22(1):75–99. Google Scholar

McNiven, IJ 2014. Between the living and the dead: relational ontologies and the ritual dimensions of dugong hunting across Torres Strait. In Watts, C (ed) Relational Archaeologies. Abingdon: Routledge:111–130. Google Scholar

Overton, NJ 2016. More than skin deep: reconsidering isolated remains of ‘fur-bearing species’ in the British and European Mesolithic. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 26(4):561–578. Google Scholar

Overton, NJ 2018. The rhythm of life: exploring the role of daily and seasonal rhythms in the development of human-nonhuman relationships in the British Early Mesolithic. In Pilaar-Birch, S (ed) Multispecies archaeology. Abingdon: Routledge:295–309. Google Scholar

Overton, NJ & Taylor, B 2018. Humans in the environment: plants, animals and landscapes in Mesolithic Britain and Ireland. Journal of World Prehistory 31(3):385–402. Google Scholar

Russell, N & McGowan, KJ 2003. Dance of the cranes: crane symbolism at Çatalhöyük and beyond. Antiquity 77(297):445–455. Google Scholar

Warren, G 2018. From moments to histories: a social archaeology of the Mesolithic? Journal of World Prehistory 31(3):421–433. Google Scholar

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