The list of publications from the SapienCE team has so far been solid, and under you will find some recent publications from 2019, and a list of selected publications from 2018 and forthcoming publications. The link to SapienCE project site on Cristin.no provides you with even more articles, talks and presentations from our team members. The Cristin site is also more frequently updated.
You can find all SapienCE research results here: SapienCE in Cristin
Recent publications 2019
Silje Eventh Bentsen and Sarah Jacoba Deborah Wurz
Color Me Heated? A Comparison of Potential Methods to Quantify Color Change in Thermally Altered Rocks.
Journal of Field Archaeology.
Joshua Kumbani et al. Incl. Sarah Wurz
A functional investigation of southern Cape Later Stone Age artefacts resembling aerophones
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 24, 693 – 711
Selected publications 2018
Christopher Henshilwood, Francesco d'Errico and Karen Loise Van Niekerk et al.
An abstract drawing from the 73,000-year-old levels at Blombos Cave, South Africa
Nature, 562, 115 – 118
Jerome P. Reynard and Christopher Henshilwood
Using trampling modification to infer occupational intensity during the Still Bay at Blombos Cave, southern Cape, South Africa
African Archaeological Review, 35- 1, 1 – 19
Jerome Reynard and Christopher Henshilwood
Environment versus behaviour: Zooarchaeological and taphonomic analyses of fauna from the Still Bay layers at Blombos Cave, South Africa
Quaternary International, online
Katja Douze, Anne Delagnes, Sarah Jacoba Deborah Wurz, Christopher Henshilwood
The Howiesons Poort lithic sequence of Klipdrift Shelter, southern Cape, South Africa
PLoS ONE, 13- 11, 1 – 24
Turid Hillestad Nel, Sarah Jacoba Deborah Wurz, Christopher Henshilwood
Small mammals from Marine Isotope Stage 5 at Klasies River, South Africa - Reconstructing the local palaeoenvironment
Quaternary International, 471, 6 – 20
Sarah Jacoba Deborah Wurz, Silje Evjenth Bentsen et al.
Connections, culture and environments around 100 000 years ago at Klasies River main site
Quaternary International, 495, 102 – 115
Francesco d'Errico et al.
Cultural Exaptation, Cultural Neural Reuse: A mechanism for the emergence of modern culture and behaviour
Biological Theory, 13- 4, 213 – 227
Francesco d'Errico et al.
From number sense to number symbols. An archaeological perspective
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal B: Biological Sciences, 373- 1740, 1 - 10
Andrea Bender, et al. Incl. Sieghard Beller
Variability in the alignment of number and space across languages and tasks
Frontiers in Psychology , 9, 1 – 19
Andrea Bender, Sieghard Beller et al.
Gender congruency from a neutral point of view: The roles of gender classes and conceptual connotations
Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory and Cognition, 44- 10, 1580 – 1608
Alastair C Cunningham et al. incl. Simon James Armitage
High-precision natural dose rate estimates through beta counting
Radiation Measurements, 1 – 6
Alice Novello et al. incl. Sarah Jacoba Deborah Wurz
Phytoliths in modern plants and soils from Klasies River, Cape Region (South Africa)
Quaternary International, 464, 440 – 459
Lucinda Backwell et al. Incl. Francesco d'Errico
The antiquity of bow-and-arrow technology: evidence from Middle Stone Age layers at Sibudu Cave
Antiquity, 92- 362, 289 – 303
Ivan Colagé and Francesco d'Errico
Culture: the driving force of human cognition
Topics in Cognitive Science, online
Sieghard Beller, Andrea Bender et al.
The Cultural Challenge in Mathematical Cognition
Journal of Numerical Cognition , 4- 2, 448 – 463
Eleanor ML Scerri et al. incl. Francesco d'Errico,
Did Our Species Evolve in Subdivided Populations across Africa, and Why Does It Matter?
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 33- 8, 582 – 594
Alison S Brooks et al. incl. Francesco d'Errico
Long-distance stone transport and pigment use in the earliest Middle Stone Age
Science, 360- 6384, 90 – 94
Magnus M. Haaland et al.
Documenting archaeological thin sections in high-resolution: a comparison of methods and discussion of analytical applications.
Sarah Jacoba Deborah Wurz
Human evolution, archaeology and the South African landscape during the last 100 000 years.
Knight, J. & Rogerson, C. The Geography of South Africa - Contemporary Changes and New Directions. Springer: Amsterdam