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This collection of papers celebrates the career of Ofer Bar-Yosef and his contribution to the study of prehistory. As professor at the Institute of Archaeology at the Hebrew University (1970-1988) and as MacCurdy Professor at Harvard University (1989-present), Ofer has had a huge impact on prehistoric archaeology, fostering multi-national research projects worldwide.
Transitions in Prehistory Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef. Edited by John J. Shea and Daniel E. Lieberman Oxbow, 2009. In April, 2007, Ofer Bar-Yosef's students, colleagues, and collaborators held a celebration of his long career as an archaeologist.
On the Nature of Transitions th: e Middle to Upper Palaeolithic and the Neolithic Revolution Ofer Bar-Yosef This article discusses two major revolutions in the history of humankind, namely, the Neolithic and the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic revolutions. The course of the first one is used as a general analogy to study the second, and the older one.
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Transitions in prehistory: essays in honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef. Read pp. 1-22 (Lieberman, Pilbeam and Wrangham chapter).
Transitions in prehistory: essays in honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef Read the chapter by Stern, entitled 'The archaeological signature of behavioural modernity: a perspective from the southern periphery of the modern human range'.
Transitions in prehistory; essays in honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef The archaeologist Vere Gordon Childe, in the first half of the twentieth century, believed that the beginnings of settlement and agriculture represented a revolution in social and economic practices, one that laid the foundations for surpluses, trade and urban development--and the wealth and warfare that went with it.
REVIEW ESSAY: PLURALISTIC APPROACHES TO HUMAN RIGHTS FROM INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PERSPECTIVES.. Transitions in Prehistory: Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef.. From Prehistory to Present. Senri Ethnological Studies 73. Kazunobu Ikeya.
David Pilbeam (born 21 November 1940 in Brighton, Sussex, England) is the Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences at Harvard University and curator of paleoanthropology at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.He is a member of the National Academy of Sciences.He received his Ph.D. from Yale University.
Goring-Morris, N., E. Hovers and A. Belfer-Cohen, 2009. The dynamics of Pleistocene and early Holocene settlement patterns and human adaptations in the Levant: An overview. In J.J. Shea and D.E. Lieberman (eds.) Transitions in Prehistory. Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef: pp. 185-252. Oxford and Oakvile: Oxbow Books. GN771.T7.
Rather than revisit the continued debates around the nature of the transition to agriculture and post-Pleistocene lifeways, adeptly summarized elsewhere (Asouti and Fuller, 2013; Belfer-Cohen and Goring-Morris, 2011; Finlayson, 2013; Finlayson and Makarewicz, 2013; Goring-Morris and Belfer-Cohen, 2011; Price and Bar-Yosef, 2011; Watkins, 2013; Zeder, 2011), instead I focus here on the.
The Archaeological signature of behavioral modernity: a perspective from the southern periphery of the modern human range. Chapter.
The Dynamics of Pleistocene and Early Holocene Settlement Patterns in the Levant: An Overview. In Transitions in Prehistory: Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef (eds) John J. Shea and Daniel E. Lieberman. Oxbow Books, 2009. ISBN 9781842173404. (3) Richter, Tobias et al. 2011. Interaction before Agriculture: Exchanging Material and Sharing.Experimental use and quantitative performance analysis of triangular flakes (Levallois points) used as arrowheads. White, 1982), the “transition to cultural adaptations. from the southern periphery of the modern human range. In: Lieberman, D.E., Shea, J.J. (Eds.), Transitions in Prehistory: Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef, Oxbow.Bar-Yosef, O. 1991. Stone tools and social context in Levantine prehistory. In: Clark, G. A. (ed.) Perspectives on the past: theoretical biases in Mediterranean hunter-gatherer research. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.