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Abramson, A; (2005) Drinking to mana and ethnicity: Trajectories of yaqona practice and symbolism in eastern Fiji. OCEANIA , 75 (4) 325 - 341.

Arthur, RI; Garaway, C; (2005) Learning In Action.A case study from Lao PDR. In: Gonsalves, J and Becker, T and Braun, A and Campilan, D and De Chavez, H and Fajber, E and Kapiri, M and Rivaca-Caminade, J and Vernooy, R, (eds.) Participatory Research and Development for Sustainable Agriculture and natural resource management. A sourcebook. (191 - 199). International Potato Centre and IDRC: Ottawa, Canada.

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Bello, S; Soligo, C; (2005) A new method for the quantitative analysis of cut-mark micromorphology. In: Primate Eye. (pp. 28 - 29).

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Calabrese, JD; Corrigan, PW; (2005) Beyond dementia praecox: Findings from long-term follow-up studies of schizophrenia. In: Ralph, R and Corrigan, P, (eds.) Recovery in mental illness: Broadening our understanding of wellness. (63 - 84). American Psychological Association: Washington, DC.

Collard, M.; Kemery, M.; Banks, S.; (2005) Causes of toolkit variation among hunter-gatherers: a test of four competing hypotheses. Canadian Journal of Archaeology , 29 (1) pp. 1-19.

Collard, M.; Lycett, S. J.; (2005) Comment: Plio‐Pleistocene Hominid limb proportions: evolutionary reversals or estimation errors? Current Anthropology , 46 (4) pp. 581-582. 10.1086/431528. Green open access
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Collard, M.; Tehrani, J.; (2005) Cladistic analysis of Turkmen textiles sheds light on cultural evolution. In: Mace, R. and Holden, C.J. and Shennan, S., (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (pp. 109-131). Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek, US.

Corrigan, PW; Calabrese, JD; (2005) Strategies for assessing and diminishing self-stigma. In: Corrigan, PW, (ed.) On the stigma of mental illness: Practical strategies for research and social change. (239 - 256). American Psychological Association: Washington, DC.

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Dein, S; Littlewood, R; (2005) Apocalyptic suicide: from a pathological to an eschatological interpretation. Int J Soc Psychiatry , 51 (3) 198 - 210.

Doja, A; (2005) Body and mind: strategies of well-being and representations of health and illness in migration context. In: (Proceedings) Diaspora and Disease Conference. : School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.

Doja, A; (2005) Kurthe të një etnografie të rrezikshme në përfytyrimin antropologjik / Some pitfalls of perilous ethnography in anthropological imagination. Përpjekja / Endeavour , 11 (20) pp. 72-85.

Doja, A; (2005) Rethinking the Couvade. Anthropological Quarterly , 78 (4) pp. 917-950. 10.1353/anq.2005.0053.

Doja, A.; (2005) Dreaming of fecundity in rural society. Rural History , 16 (2) pp. 209-233. 10.1017/S0956793305001482. Green open access
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Doja, A.; (2005) Mythology and destiny. Anthropos: International Review of Anthropology and Linguistics , 100 (2) pp. 449-462. Green open access
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Doja, A.; (2005) The advent of heroic anthropology in the history of ideas. Journal of the History of Ideas , 66 (4) pp. 633-650. 10.1353/jhi.2005.0054. Green open access
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Doja, A.; (2005) The imaginary of the name. Irish Journal of Anthropology , 8 (1) pp. 31-50. Green open access
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DuBois, C; Kennedy, K; Leidy-Sievert, L; Bentley, GR; (2005) Use and Disuse: Variation in ovulatory signals between women who either did or did not use natural fertility methods. In: American Journal of Human Biology. (pp. 245. - ?).

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East, T; KÜMPEL, NF; Milner-Gulland, EJ; Rowcliffe, JM; (2005) Determinants of urban bushmeat consumption in Río Muni, Equatorial Guinea. > >Equatorial Guinea. Biological Conservation , 126 206 - 215. 10.1016/j.biocon.2005.05.012.

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Fowler, A; Sommer, V; (2005) Material culture in Nigerian chimpanzees: a contribution to cultural primatology. - (Abstracts, 1st Congress European Federation of Primatology, 09-12 Aug 2005, Göttingen). Primate Report , 72 34 - 35.

Freeman, L; Lewis, J; (2005) 'Digital Anthropological Resources for Teaching'. Teaching Matters , 17 (1-2)

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Garaway, C.J.; (2005) Fish, fishing and the rural poor: a case study of the household importance of small scale fisheries in the Lao PDR. Aquatic Resources, Culture and Development , 1 (2) pp. 131-144.

Garaway, CJ; (2005) Fish, fishing and the rural poor. A case study of the household importance of small scale fisheries in the Lao PDR. Aquatic Resources, Culture & development. Aquatic Resources, Culture and Development , 1 (2) 131 - 144. 10.1079/ARC20059.

Geismar, H; (2005) Copyright in context: Carvings, carvers, and commodities in Vanuatu. American Ethnologist , 32 (3) 437 - 459. 10.1525/ae.2005.32.3.437.

Geismar, H; (2005) Footsteps on Malakula: a report on a photographic research project. Journal of Museum Ethnography , 17 191 - 207.

Geismar, H; (2005) Reproduction, creativity, restriction : Material culture and copyright in Vanuatu. Journal of Social Archaeology , 5 (1) 25 - 51. 10.1177/1469605305050142.

Geismar, H; Layard, JW; (2005) Slit-Drums on Atchin: an unpublished manuscript by John Layard. Edited and with an introduction by Haidy Geismar. In: Pellizzi, F, (ed.) Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics. (191 - 208). Peabody Museum Press

Gibbon, S; (2005) Book Review of Thomas, H. and Ahmed, J. (eds) (2003) 'Cultural Bodies, Ethnography and Theory. Blackwell, Oxford.

Gibbon, S; (2005) ‘Community, the Commons and Commerce: the Ownership of BRCA Genes and Genetic Testing’. In: Redclift, NE, (ed.) Contesting Moralities: Science, Identity, Conflict. (43 - 59). UCL Press: London.

Gibson, MA; Mace, R; (2005) Helpful grandmothers in rural Ethiopia: A study of the effect of kin on child survival and growth. EVOL HUM BEHAV , 26 (6) 469 - 482. 10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2005.03.004.

Green, S; Harvey, P; Knox, H; (2005) Scales of Place and Networks: An Ethnography of the Imperative to Connect through Information and Communications Technologies. Current Anthropology , 46 (5) 805 - 826. 10.1086/432649.

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Higham, J; Ross, C; Warren, Y; MacLarnon, A; Sommer, V; Adanu, J; (2005) 4 years of rainforest baboons in Gashaka. - (Abstracts, 1. Congress European Federation of Primatology, 09-12 Aug 2005, Göttingen). Primate Report , 72 46 - 47.

Holbraad, M; (2005) Expending multiplicity: Money in Cuban IFA cults. JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE , 11 (2) 231 - 254. 10.1111/j.1467-9655.2005.00234.x.

Holbraad, M; (2005) Joint review of David Brown, Santería Enthroned: Art, Ritual, and Johan Wedel, Santería Healing: a Journey into the Afro-Cuban World of Divinities, Spirits and Sorcery. [Review]. Journal of Latin American Studies , 37 (2) 402 - 404. 10.1017/S0022216X05349352. Green open access
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Holbraad, M; (2005) Review of T. Malaby, 'Gambling Life: Dealing in Contingency in a Greek City' (2003, University of Illinois Press). UNSPECIFIED

Holbraad, M.; (2005) Expending multiplicity: money in Cuban Ifa cults. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute , 11 (2) pp. 231-254. 10.1111/j.1467-9655.2005.00234.x.

Holden, C; Mace, R; (2005) The cow is the enemy of matriliny: using phylogenetic methods to study cultural evolution in Africa. In: Mace, R and Holden, C and Shennan, S, (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (217 - 234). UCL Press

Holden, C.J.; Meade, A.; Pagel, M.; (2005) Comparison of maximum parsimony and Bayesian Bantu language trees. In: Mace, R. and Holden, C.J. and Shennan, S., (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (pp. 53-66). Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek, US.

Homewood, KM; (2005) Rural resources and local livelihoods in Africa. James Currey: Oxford / Palgrave.

Horst, H; Miller, D; (2005) From kinship to link-up - Cell phones and social networking in Jamaica. CURR ANTHROPOL , 46 (5) 755 - 778.

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Jordan, P.; Mace, T.; (2005) Tracking culture-historical lineages: can descent with modification be linked with association by descent. In: Collard, M. and O'Brien, M. and Shennan, S. and Lipo, C.P., (eds.) Mapping our ancestors: phylogenetic approaches in anthropology and prehistory. (pp. 149-168). Aldine Transaction: Piscataway, US.

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KÜMPEL, NF; (2005) The bushmeat trade. POSTnote 236. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology: London.

KÜMPEL, NF; (2005) Bushmeat hunting and trade in Sendje, Equatorial Guinea. In: Caldecott, JAM and L,, (eds.) World Atlas of Great Apes and their Conservation. (228 - 229). UNEP-WCMC & Univ of California Press: Berkeley and Los Angeles.

Küchler, S; (2005) The modality of time-maps: Quilting in the pacific from another point of view. Res: Anthropology and Aesthetics , 47

Keane, A; Brooke, MDL; Mcgowan, PJK; (2005) Correlates of extinction risk and hunting pressure in gamebirds (Galliformes). Biological Conservation , 126 , Article 2. 10.1016/j.biocon.2005.05.011.

Kennedy, K; DuBois, C; McGarrigle, H; Leidy-Sievert, L; Bentley, GR; (2005) Qualitative vs. quantitative assessments of self-reported ovulation in London women. In: American Journal of Human Biology. (pp. 246 - 247).

Kuechler, S; (2005) Why are there Quilts in Oceania. In: Kuechler, S and Miller, D, (eds.) Clothing as Material Culture. (175 - 193). Berg: Oxford.

Kuechler, S; (2005) Introduction. In: Kuechler, S and Were, G, (eds.) The Art of Clothing: A Pacific Experience. (x1x - 1). UCL Press: London.

Kuechler, S; (2005) Materiality and Cognition: The Changing Face of Things. In: Miller, D, (ed.) Materiality. (206 - 231). Duke University Press: Durham.

Kuechler, S; Miller, D; (2005) Clothing as Material Culture. Berg: Oxford.

Kuechler, S; Were, G; (2005) The Art of Clothing. University Press: London.

Kuechler, S; Were, G; photographer Jowitt, G; (2005) Pacific Pattern. (1 ed.). Thames and Hudson Ltd: London.

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Lewis, JD; (2005) 'Whose Forest is it anyway? Mbendjele Yaka Pygmies, the Ndoki Forest and the Wider World'. In: In Property and Equality, Vol. 2 Encapsulation, Commercialisation, Discrimination. (56 - 78). Berghan Books

Lewis, JD; (2005) Review of ‘Headland, Thomas and Doris E. Blood (Editors). What Place for Hunter-Gatherers in Millennium Three? Publication 38, SIL International and International Museum of Cultures: Dallas, Texas, 2002.’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute , 11 (1) 174 - 175.

Lewis, JD; (2005) Review of ‘Marc Sommers. Fear in Bongoland. Burundian Refugees in Urban Tanzania. Volume 8, Studies in Forced Migration, New York: Berghahn Books, 2001.’. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute , 11 (1) 183 - 183.

Lewis, JD; (2005) Twa. In: Skutsch, C, (ed.) Encyclopedia of the World’s Minorities. Routledge: London.

Lewis, JD; Choumba, B; Itoua,; Nelson, J; Pfottenhauer,; Weidmer, C; (2005) Greenpeace Report on the site visit to CIB in Congo-Brazzaville, December 2004. Greenpeace: http://www.greenpeace.org.

Lipo, C.P.; O'Brien, M.J.; Collard, M.; Shennan, S.J.; (2005) Cultural phylogenies and explanation: why historical methods matter. In: Collard, M. and O'Brien, M. and Shennan, S. and Lipo, C.P., (eds.) Mapping our ancestors: phylogenetic approaches in anthropology and prehistory. (pp. 3-18). Aldine Transaction: Piscataway, US.

Lipo, C.P.; O'Brien, M.J.; Collard, M.; Shennan, S.J.; (2005) Afterword. In: Collard, M. and O'Brien, M.J. and Shennan, S.J. and Lipo, C.P., (eds.) Mapping our ancestors: phylogenetic approaches in anthropology and prehistory. (pp. 299-302). Aldine Transaction: Piscataway, US.

Littlewood, R; (2005) Commentary: Globalization, Culture, Body Image and Eating Disorders. Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry , 28 597 - 602.

Littlewood, R; Bartocci, G; (2005) Religious stigmata, magnetic fluids and conversion hysteria: one survival of 'vital force' theories in scientific medicine? Transcult Psychiatry , 42 (4) 596 - 609.

Littlewood, R; Young, A; (2005) The Third Sex in Albania: An Ethnographic Note. In: Shaw, A and Ardener, S, (eds.) Changing Sex and Bending Gender. (74 - 84). Berghahn Books: New York, Oxford.

Llobera, M.; (2005) The nature of everyday experience: examples from the study of visual space. In: Fisher, P., (ed.) Re-Presenting GIS. (pp. 171-194). John Wiley & Sons: Chichester, UK.

Lockwood, CA; (2005) Seeing the forest and the trees (Book Review: Inferring Phylogenies). Evolutionary Anthropology , 14 (3) 122 - 123.

Lockwood, CA; (2005) The Skull of <i>Australopithecus afarensis</i>. Journal of Human Evolution , 48 105 - 108.

Lockwood, CA; Kimbel, WH; Lynch, JM; (2005) Variation in early hominin temporal bone morphology and its implications for species diversity. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Africa , 60 (2) 73 - 77.

Lycett, S.J.; Collard, M.; (2005) Do homoiologies impede phylogenetic analyses of the fossil hominids? An assessment based on extant papionin craniodental morphology. Journal of Human Evolution , 49 (5) pp. 618-642. 10.1016/j.jhevol.2005.07.004.

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Mace, R; (2005) Introduction to Part II: on the use of phylogenetic comparative methods to test co-evolutionary hypotheses across cultures. In: Mace, R and Holden, C and Shennan, S, (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (199 - 205). Left Coast Press: London, UK.

Mace, R; Holden, CJ; (2005) A phylogenetic approach to cultural evolution. TRENDS ECOL EVOL , 20 (3) 116 - 121. 10.1016/j.tree.2004.12.002.

Mace, R; Jordan, F; (2005) The evolution of human sex ratio at birth: a bio-cultural analysis. In: Mace, R and Holden, C and Shennan, S, (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (207 - 216). Left Coast Press: London, UK.

Mace, R; Jordan, F; (2005) The evolution of human sex ratio at birth: a bio-cultural analysis. pp 207-216 In Mace et al. (Eds) . UCL Press: London. In: Mace, R and Holden, C and Shennan, S, (eds.) The evolution of cultural diversity: a phylogenetic approach. (207 - 216). UCL Press

Mace, R; Sear, R; (2005) Are humans co-operative breeders? In: Voland, E and Chasiotis, A and Schiefenhoevel, W, (eds.) Grandmotherhood - the Evolutionary Significance of the Second Half of Female Life. (143 - 159). Rutgers University Press: Piscataway.

Mace, RH; Holden, C; Shennan, SJ; (2005) The Evolution of Cultural Diversity: A Phylogenetic Approach. (1 vols). UCL Press & Left Coast Press

Magid, K; Uddin-Ahamed, F; Lawson, DW; Bentley, GR; (2005) Lower urinary tract symptoms and risk for benign prostatic hyperplasia among migrant Bangladeshi men in London. In: American Journal of Human Biology. (pp. 247. - ?).

Miller, D; (2005) Can’t publish and be damned. Anthropology Matters , 7 (2)

Miller, D; (2005) Reply to Michel Callon. Economic Sociology: European Electronic Newsletter , 6 (3) 3 - 14.

Miller, D; (2005) Une rue du nord de Londres et ses magasins : imaginaire et usages. Ethnologie Francaise , 35 (1) 17 - 26.

Miller, D; (2005) What is `Best Value? Bureaucracy, virtualism and local governance. In: Du Gay, P, (ed.) The Values of Bureaucracy. (233 - 254). Oxford University Press: Oxford.

Miller, D; (2005) Why we shouldn’t pair `local’ with `culture’ or `global’ with `capitalism’. In: Ho, C and Nurse, K, (eds.) Caribbean Popular Culture and Globalisation. Ian Randle: Kingston.

Miller, D; (2005) Afterword. In: Meskell, L, (ed.) Archaeologies of Materiality. (212 - 219). Blackwell: Oxford.

Miller, D; Horst, H; (2005) Cell phone come like a blessing: religion and the cell phone in Orange Valley Jamaica. Jamaica Journal , 29 (1) 12 - 17.

Miller, D; Horst, H; (2005) Understanding Demand: A Proposal for the Development of ICTs in Jamaica. (Information Society Research Group Working Paper Series 2 , pp. 1 - 18 ).

Miller, D; Skuse, A; Slater, D; Tacchi, J; T, C; T, H; ... J,; + view all (2005) Information Society: Emergent Technologies and Development Communities in the South. (Information Society Research Group ).

Miller, D; Slater, D; (2005) Comparative ethnography of new media. In: Curran, J and Gurevitch, M, (eds.) Mass Media and Society. (303 - 319). Hodder Arnold: London.

Muller, AE; Soligo, C; (2005) Primate sociality in evolutionary context. AM J PHYS ANTHROPOL , 128 (2) 399 - 414. 10.1002/ajpa.20086.

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Napier, D; (2005) Self and Other in an 'Amodern' World. In: Casey, C and Edgerton, R, (eds.) A Companion to Psychological Anthropology. (1 - 127). Blackwell Publishing

Nguyen Khoa, S; Lorenzen, K; Garaway, C; Randone, M; Chamsinhg, B; Siebert, D; (2005) Impacts of irrigation on fisheries in rain-fed rice-farming landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology , 42 (5) 892 - 900. 10.1111/j.1365-2664.2005.01062.x.

Norris, L; (2005) Cast(e)-off clothing. A response to K. Tranberg Hansen (AT 20[4]). Anthropology Today , 21 (3) 24 - ?.

Norris, L; (2005) Cloth that Lies: the secrets of recycling in India. In: Küchler, S and Miller, D, (eds.) Clothing as Material Culture. Berg: Oxford, New York.

Nunez-de-la-Mora, A; Bentley, GR; (2005) Changes in breastfeeding practices among migrant Bangladeshi women in London. In: . American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Supplement. (pp. 159. - ?).

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Pinney, C; (2005) Things Happen: Or, From Which Moment Does that Object Come? In: Materiality. (? - ?). Duke University Press Books

Plavcan, JM; Lockwood, CA; Kimbel, WH; Lague, MR; Harmon, EH; (2005) Sexual dimorphism in Australopithecus afarensis revisited: How strong is the case for a human-like pattern of dimorphism? Journal of Human Evolution , 48 (3) 313 - 320.

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Randall, S; (2005) Comment on 'When the Future decides: uncertainty and Intentional Action in Contemporary Cameroon' by Jennifer Johnson-Hanks. UNSPECIFIED

Randall, S; Giuffrida, A; (2005) Mariage et menages chez les Kel Tamasheq du Mali: bouleversements socio-economiques et continuité démographique. In: Vignikin, K and Vimard, P, (eds.) Familles au Nord, Familles au Sud. (233 - 266). Academia-Bruylant: Louvain La Neuve.

Randall, S; Hampshire, K; (2005) High Fertility in the Sahel: challenging conventional understanding. In: Homewood, K, (ed.) Rural Resources and Local Livelihoods in Africa. (123 - 136). James Currey: Oxford.

Randall, S.; (2005) The demographic consequences of conflict, exile and repatriation: a case study of Malian Tuareg. European Journal of Population / Revue européenne de Démographie , 21 (2-3) pp. 291-320. 10.1007/s10680-005-6857-0.

Randall, S.; (2005) The demographic consequences of conflict, exile and repatriation: a case study of Malian Tuareg. European Journal of Population / Revue européenne de Démographie , 21 (2-3) pp. 291-320. 10.1007/s10680-005-6857-0.

Randall, SC; (2005) Demographic consequences of conflict, forced migration and repatriation: a case study of Malian Kel Tamasheq. European Journal of Population , 21 (2) 291 - 320. 10.1007/s10680-005-6857-0.

Redclift, ESN; (2005) The migratory meaning of terror: moral conversations from 'other' Americas. In: Redclift, N, (ed.) Contesting Moralities: science, identity, conflict. (153 - 168). UCL Press: London.

Redclift, N; (2005) Contessting Moralities: science, identity, conflict. UCL Press: London.

Redclift, N; (2005) Fighting for the High Ground: the Anthropology of Moral Conflict. In: Redclift, N, (ed.) Contesting Moralities: Science, Identiy, Conflict. (1 - 20). UCL Press: London.

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Sharpe, B; (2005) Understanding institutional contexts to define research questions: settlement history, forestry institutions, identities and visions of the future in South West Cameroon. In: Homewood, K, (ed.) Rural Resources and local livelihoods in Africa. James Currey: Oxford.

Shingleton, AW; Das, J; Stern, DL; Vinicius, L; (2005) The temporal requirements for insulin signaling during development in Drosophila. PLoS Biology , 3 (9) 1607 - 1617. 10.1371/journal.pbio.0030289. Gold open access

Shingleton, AW; Das, J; Vinicius, L; Stern, DL; (2005) The temporal requirements for insulin signaling during development in Drosophila. PLoS Biol , 3 (9) e289 - ?. 10.1371/journal.pbio.0030289.

Soligo, C; (2005) Anatomy of the hand and arm in Daubentonia madagascariensis: A functional and phylogenetic outlook. FOLIA PRIMATOL , 76 (5) 262 - 300. 10.1159/000088034.

Soligo, C; (2005) Invading Europe: did climate or geography trigger early Eocene primate dispersals? In: Primate Eye. (pp. 14 - ?).

Soligo, C; (2005) The ape in the tree. By A. Walker and P. Shipman. Times Higher Education Supplement

Soligo, C; (2005) The Hunt for the Dawn Monkey. By C Beard. UNSPECIFIED

Soligo, C; (2005) The Pliocene (first issued December 2004). In: Selley, RC and Cocks, LRM and Plimer, IR, (eds.) Encyclopedia of Geology, Vol 4. (486 - 493). Elsevier: Oxford.

Soligo, C; Andrews, P; (2005) Taphonomic bias, taxonomic bias and historical non-equivalence of faunal structure in early hominin localities. J HUM EVOL , 49 (2) 206 - 229. 10.1016/j.jhevol.2005.03.006.

Soligo, C; Martin, RD; (2005) Primate ancestral body mass revisited. In: AM J PHYS ANTHROPOL. (pp. 194 - 195). WILEY-LISS

Soligo, C; Stringer, C; (2005) Our Place in Evolution: past, present and future. UNSPECIFIED

Sommer, V; (2005) Wenn "Nein" keine Antwort ist. Zur Naturgeschichte der sexuellen Nötigung. Weltwoche , 11 66 - 67.

Sommer, V; (2005) Warum gefällt der Pfauenmann durch bunte Augen und die Menschenfrau durch Schminke? In: Grolle, J, (ed.) Evolution. Wege des Lebens. (37 - 48). Deutsche Verlags-Anstalt, Dresden: Deutsches Hygiene-Museum: Munich.

Sommer, V; (2005) Theodizee und Genodizee. Warum ist die Welt voll Leid? In: Weingartner, P, (ed.) Das Problem des Übels in der Welt. (68 - 91). Peter Lang: Salzburg.

Stewart, C; (2005) João de Pina Cabral: quelques réflexions d'Oxford. Recherches en Anthropologie au Portugal , 10 63 - 66.

STEWART, C; (2005) [Book Review] 'The Beliefs of the Greeks': Leo Allatius and Popular Orthodoxy (Karen Hartnup). Journal of Ecclesiastical History , 57 164 - 164.

Stewart, C; (2005) [Book Review] Gambling Life: Dealing in Contingency in a Greek City (Thomas Malaby). American Ethnologist , 32 (3)

Stewart, C; (2005) [Book Review] The Bellstone: The Greek Sponge Divers of the Aegean (Michael Kalafatas). Anglo-Hellenic Review (31) 22 - 22.

Stewart, C; Hornblower, S; (2005) [Review Article] No History without Culture. Anthropological Quarterly , 78 (1) 269 - 277.

Stewart, CW; Hirsch, E; (2005) Introduction: Ethnographies of Historicity. History and Anthropology , 16 (3) 261 - 274. 10.1080/02757200500219289.

Stewart, MS; Razvan, S; (2005) Rezistenţa la colectizare în satele de oieri din Mărginimea Sibiului. Studiu de caz: satul Poiana Sibiului (Restistance to Collectivisation in Shepher villages of the region of Sibiu. A Case study: the village of Poiana Sibiului). In: Dobrincu, D and Iordachi, C, (eds.) Tărănimea şi puterea: Procesu, de colectivizare a agriculturii în România (1949-1962). (300 - 319). Polirom: Bucharest.

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Tilley, C; (2005) Round barrows and dykes as landscape metaphors. Cambridge Archaeological Journal , 14 (2) 185 - 203. 10.1017/S0959774304000125. Green open access
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Tilley, C; (2005) Tors. In: Harrison, S and Pile, S and Thrift, N, (eds.) Patterned Ground: Entangements of Nature and Culture. (167 - 169). Reaktion Books: London.

Tuckmantel, S; Muller, AE; Soligo, C; (2005) Correlates of frontal sinus evolution in strepsirrhines. In: AM J PHYS ANTHROPOL. (pp. 208 - 208). WILEY-LISS

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Vinicius, L; (2005) Human encephalization and developmental timing. J Hum Evol , 49 (6) 762 - 776. 10.1016/j.jhevol.2005.08.001.

Vinicius, L; Lahr, MM; (2005) A growth study of Japanese descendants from São Paulo, Brazil. Anthropological Science , 113 (2) 163 - 167. 10.1537/ase.040702.

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