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Fiona B. Marshall
Fiona B. Marshall
Professor Emerita of Anthropology, Washington University in St. Louis
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Current perspectives and the future of domestication studies
G Larson, DR Piperno, RG Allaby, MD Purugganan, L Andersson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6139-6146, 2014
7912014
Cattle before crops: the beginnings of food production in Africa
F Marshall, E Hildebrand
Journal of World prehistory 16, 99-143, 2002
5862002
Domestication of the donkey: Timing, processes, and indicators
S Rossel, F Marshall, J Peters, T Pilgram, MD Adams, D O'Connor
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 105 (10), 3715-3720, 2008
3462008
Geo-ethnoarchaeology of pastoral sites: the identification of livestock enclosures in abandoned Maasai settlements
R Shahack-Gross, F Marshall, S Weiner
Journal of Archaeological Science 30 (4), 439-459, 2003
2582003
Meat eating, hominid sociality, and home bases revisited
L Rose, F Marshall
Current anthropology 37 (2), 307-338, 1996
2321996
Origins of specialized pastoral production in East Africa
F Marshall
American Anthropologist 92 (4), 873-894, 1990
2181990
Earliest evidence for commensal processes of cat domestication
Y Hu, S Hu, W Wang, X Wu, FB Marshall, X Chen, L Hou, C Wang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (1), 116-120, 2014
2032014
Ancient DNA from Nubian and Somali wild ass provides insights into donkey ancestry and domestication
B Kimura, FB Marshall, S Chen, S Rosenbom, PD Moehlman, N Tuross, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1702), 50-57, 2011
1882011
NISP vs. MNI in quantification of body-part representation
F Marshall, T Pilgram
American Antiquity 58 (2), 261-269, 1993
1871993
The origins and spread of domestic animals in East Africa
F Marshall
The origins and development of African livestock, 191-221, 2006
1732006
Reconstruction of spatial organization in abandoned Maasai settlements: implications for site structure in the Pastoral Neolithic of East Africa
R Shahack-Gross, F Marshall, K Ryan, S Weiner
Journal of Archaeological Science 31 (10), 1395-1411, 2004
1612004
Evaluating the roles of directed breeding and gene flow in animal domestication
FB Marshall, K Dobney, T Denham, JM Capriles
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6153-6158, 2014
1552014
Ancient herders enriched and restructured African grasslands
F Marshall, REB Reid, S Goldstein, M Storozum, A Wreschnig, L Hu, ...
Nature 561 (7723), 387-390, 2018
1472018
Meat versus Within-Bone Nutrients: Another Look at the Meaning of Body Part Representation in Archaeological Sites
FPT Marshall
Journal of Archaeological Science 18, 149-63, 1991
1271991
Domestication processes and morphological change: Through the lens of the donkey and African pastoralism
F Marshall, L Weissbrod
Current Anthropology 52 (S4), S397-S413, 2011
1092011
Early domestic stock at Dongodien in northern Kenya
F Marshall, K Stewart, J Barthelme
AZANIA: Journal of the British Institute in Eastern Africa 19 (1), 120-127, 1984
981984
Origins of house mice in ecological niches created by settled hunter-gatherers in the Levant 15,000 y ago
L Weissbrod, FB Marshall, FR Valla, H Khalaily, G Bar-Oz, JC Auffray, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (16), 4099-4104, 2017
922017
Small is informative: the application of the study of mini-sites and least effort criteria in the interpretation of the Early Pleistocene archaeological record at Koobi Fora, Kenya
GL Isaac, JWK Harris, F Marshall
The archaeology of human origins. Papers by Glynn Isaac, 259-268, 1981
901981
Food sharing and body part representation in Okiek faunal assemblages
F Marshall
Journal of Archaeological Science 21 (1), 65-77, 1994
881994
Rethinking the role of Bos indicus in sub-Saharan Africa
F Marshall
Current Anthropology 30 (2), 235-240, 1989
871989
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