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JOHN JOSEPH SHEA

Updated: March 11, 2013

Personal

Born: 9 May 1960, Hamilton, Massachusetts.

Citizenship: USA


Present Professional Position

Professor

Anthropology Department

Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794-4364

Phone: (631) 632-7665

FAX (631) 632-9165

email: John.Shea@stonybrook.edu


Website: http://sbsuny.academia.edu/JohnShea





Areas of Scientific Expertise/Interest:

Paleolithic Archaeology: Africa and western Eurasia Asia, Lithic (Stone Tool) Analysis, Experimental Archaeology. Paleoanthropology: Hominin Dispersals, Behavioral Differences.


Current Research Activity

2012-present. Archaeology of the Lower Omo Valley Kibish Formation (PI).

2007-present. Later Prehistory of West Turkana, Kenya. Co-PI with Elisabeth Hildebrand.


Education

1991 Ph.D., M.A., Harvard University, Anthropology Department. Dissertation Title: ^ The Behavioral Significance of Levantine Mousterian Industrial Variability.

1982 B.A. Boston University, College of Liberal Arts, Archaeology and Anthropology


Languages:

English (native speaker), French (reading & spoken), German (reading).


HONORS

2012-2014 Sigma Xi Distinguished Lecturer.


Published Works

Books.

John J. Shea (2013) Stone Tools in the Paleolithic and Neolithic of the Near East: A Guide. New York: Cambridge University Press.

John G. Fleagle, John J. Shea, Frederick E. Grine, Andrea L. Baden and Richard E. Leakey (Eds.)(2010) ^ Out of Africa 1: The First Hominin Colonization of Eurasia. New York: Springer.

Ghufran Sabri Ahmad and John J. Shea (2009) Reconstructing Late Pleistocene Human Behavior in the Jordan Valley: The Middle Paleolithic Stone Tool Assemblage from Ar Rasfa. Oxford, UK: Archaeopress (British Archaeological Reports International Series, S2042).

John J. Shea and Daniel E. Lieberman, (Eds.)(2009) Transitions in Prehistory: Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef. Oakville, CT: David Brown/Oxbow.


Papers, Peer-Reviewed (* = Invited)

*John J. Shea (submitted) Timescales and Variability in Hominin Technological Strategies in the Jordan Rift Valley: What Difference Does 1.3 Million Years Make? In Michael Shott (ed.) Lithic Technology and the Status of Rocks in Archaeology: Essays in Honor of George H. Odell. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press. Submitted Feb. 2, 2012.

John J. Shea (2013) Lithic Modes A-I: A New Framework for Describing Global-Scale Variation in Stone Tool Technology Illustrated with Evidence from the East Mediterranean Levant. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 20 (1): 151-186.

*John J. Shea (2012) Man in the Mirror: A Reply to Hodgson. Current Anthropology 53 (3): 359-360.

*John J. Shea (2011) Sorting Out the Muddle in the Middle East: Glynn Isaac’s Method of Multiple Working Hypotheses Applied to Theories of Human Evolution in the Late Pleistocene Levant. In Jean M. Sept and David R. Pilbeam (Eds.) Casting the Net Wide: Papers in Honor of Glynn Isaac and His Approach to Human Origins Research, pp. 213-231. American School of Prehistoric Research/Peabody Museum Press, Cambridge, MA.

*John J. Shea (2011) Behavioral Modernity –Not Again: A Reply to Porr. Current Anthropology 52 (4): 583-584.

*John J. Shea (2011) The Archaeology of an Illusion: The Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transition In The Levant. The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic in the Middle East and Neighbouring Regions, Jean-Marie Le Tensorer, Reto Jagher & Marcel Otte eds., Pp. 169-182. Etudes et Recherches Archéologiques de l’Université de Liège (ERAUL).

*Elisabeth A Hildebrand, John J Shea, and Katherine M. Grillo (2011) Four Pillar Sites in West Turkana, Kenya, Journal of Field Archaeology 36 (3) 188-200.

*John Shea (2011) Stone Tool Analysis and Human Origins Research: Some Advice from Uncle Screwtape. Evolutionary Anthropology 20:48-53.

*Sisk, Matthew L. and John J. Shea (2011) The African Origin of Complex Projectile Technology: An Analysis Using Tip Cross-Sectional Area and Perimeter. International Journal of Evolutionary Biology 2011 (Article ID 968012), 8 pages. (DOI: 10.4061/2011/968012)

*John J. Shea (2011) Refuting a Myth About Human Origins. American Scientist 99 (3): 128-135.

John J. Shea (2011) Homo sapiens Is as Homo sapiens Was: Behavioral Variability vs. ‘Behavioral Modernity’ in Paleolithic Archaeology. Current Anthropology 52 (1): 1-35.

*John J. Shea and Elisabeth Hildebrand (2010) The Middle Stone Age of West Turkana, Kenya. Journal of Field Archaeology 35 (4): 355-364.

*Mathew L. Sisk and John J. Shea (2010) Defining complex projectile technology: A reply to Whittaker. PaleoAnthropology 2010: L0009-L0009.

*John J. Shea (2010) Stone Age Visiting Cards Revisited: A Strategic Perspective on the Lithic Technology of Early Hominin Dispersal. John G. Fleagle, John J. Shea, Frederick E. Grine, Andrea L. Baden and Richard E. Leakey (Eds.)Out of Africa 1: The First Hominin Colonization of Eurasia. New York: Springer, Pp. 47-64.

*John G. Fleagle and John J. Shea (2010) Summary and Prospectus. John G. Fleagle, John J. Shea, Frederick E. Grine, Andrea L. Baden and Richard E. Leakey (Eds.) Out of Africa 1: The First Hominin Colonization of Eurasia. New York: Springer, Pp. 275-280.

*John J. Shea (2010) Neandertals and Early Homo sapiens in the Near East. In Elena Garcea (Ed.) South-Eastern Mediterranean Peoples Between 130,000-10,000 Years Ago. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books. Pp.126-143.

John J. Shea and Matthew L. Sisk (2010) Complex Projectile Technology and Homo sapiens Dispersal from Africa to Western Eurasia. Paleoanthropology 2010: 100-122.

* John J. Shea (2009) The Impact of Projectile Weaponry on Late Pleistocene Hominin Evolution. In Jean-Jacques Hublin and Michael Richards (Eds.) The Evolution of Hominin Diets: Integrating Approaches to the Study of Palaeolithic Subsistence, pp. 189-201. New York: Springer.

*John J. Shea (2009) Bridging the Gap: Explaining the Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transition in the Levant. In John Shea and Daniel Lieberman (Eds.) ^ Transitions in Prehistory: Essays in Honor of Ofer Bar-Yosef, pp. 75-102. Oakville, CT: David Brown/Oxbow.

* Daniel E. Lieberman, Dennis M. Bramble, David A. Raichlen, and John J. Shea (2009) Brains, Brawn, and the Evolution of Human Endurance Running Capabilities. In Frederick Grine, Richard Leakey, and John Fleagle (Eds.) The First Humans: Origin of the Genus Homo, pp. 77-92. New York: Springer.

* Hélène Roche, Rob Blumenschine, and John Shea (2009) Origins and Adaptations of Early Genus ^ Homo: What Archaeology Tells Us. In Frederick Grine, Richard Leakey, and John Fleagle (Eds.) The First Humans: Origin of the Genus Homo, pp. 135-147. New York: Springer.

Matthew L. Sisk and John J. Shea (2009) Experimental Use and Quantitative Performance Analysis of Triangular Flakes (Levallois points) Used as Arrowheads. Journal of Archaeological Science 36: 2039-2047.

* John J. Shea (2008) Transitions or Turnovers? Climatically-Forced Extinctions of Homo sapiens and Neandertals in the East Mediterranean Levant. Quaternary Science Reviews 27 (23-24): 2253-2270. (Special Issue: ^ The Coastal Shelf of the Mediterranean and Beyond: Corridor and Refugium for Human Populations in the Pleistocene, G. Bailey, J.S. Carrión, D. Fa, C. Finlayson, G. Finlayson, and J. Rodríguez-Vidal, Eds.).

*John J. Shea (2008) The Middle Stone Age Archaeology of the Lower Omo Valley Kibish Formation: Excavations, Lithic Assemblages, and Inferred Patterns of early ^ Homo sapiens Behavior. Journal of Human Evolution 55: 448-485. (Special Issue: Paleoanthropology of the Kibish Formation, Southern Ethiopia, John Fleagle, Ed.)

* John G. Fleagle, Zelalem Assefa, Francis H. Brown, and John J. Shea (2008) Paleoanthropology of the Kibish Formation, Southern Ethiopia: An Introduction. Journal of Human Evolution 55: 360-365. (Special Issue: Paleoanthropology of the Kibish Formation, Southern Ethiopia, John Fleagle, Ed.)

* Matthew L. Sisk and John J. Shea (2008) Intrasite Spatial Variation of the Omo Kibish MSA Assemblages: Artifact Refitting and Distribution Patterns. ^ Journal of Human Evolution 55: 486-500. (Special Issue: Paleoanthropology of the Kibish Formation, Southern Ethiopia, John Fleagle, Ed.)

John J. Shea (2007) Behavioral Differences between Middle and Upper Paleolithic Homo sapiens in the East Mediterranean Levant: The Roles of Intra-Specific Competition and Dispersal from Africa. Journal of Anthropological Research 63(4): 449-488.

* John J. Shea (2007) The Boulevard of Broken Dreams: Evolutionary Discontinuity in the Late Pleistocene Levant. In P. Mellars, K. Boyle, O. Bar-Yosef and C. Stringer (Eds.) Rethinking the Human Revolution, pp. 219-232. Cambridge, UK: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Monographs.

* John J. Shea (2007) Lithic Archaeology, or What Stone Tools Can (and Can't) Tell Us About Early Hominin Diets. In Peter Ungar (Ed.) Evolution of the Human Diet: The Known, the Unknown and the Unknowable, pp. 212-229. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

John J. Shea (2007) Microwear analysis of the lithic assemblages associated with Middle Paleolithic Homo sapiens in Qafzeh Cave Levels XV-XXIV. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society. 37: 5-35.

* John J. Shea, John G. Fleagle, and Zelalem Assefa (2007) Context and Chronology of early Homo sapiens fossils from the Omo Kibish Formation, Ethiopia. In P. Mellars, K. Boyle, O. Bar-Yosef and C. Stringer (Eds.) ^ Rethinking the Human Revolution, pp. 153-162. Cambridge, UK: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research Monographs.

* Amanuel Beyin and John Shea (2007) Evidence for Middle and Late Stone Age Cultures on the Buri Peninsula and Gulf of Zula, Red Sea Coast of Eritrea. In Peter R. Schmidt, Matthew C. Curtis, and Zelalem Teka, (Eds.) The Archaeology of Eritrea: Recent Advances, pp. 21-32. Asmara: Red Sea Press.

Amanuel Beyin and John J. Shea. (2007) Reconnaissance of Prehistoric Sites on the Red Sea Coast of Eritrea, NE Africa. Journal of Field Archaeology 32 (1): 1-16.

Daniel E. Lieberman, Dennis M. Bramble, David A. Raichlen, and John J. Shea (2007) The Evolution of Endurance Running and the Tyranny of Ethnography: A Reply to Pickering and Bunn. Journal of Human Evolution 53: 438-442.

John J. Shea (2006) Child's Play: Reflections on the Invisibility of Children in the Paleolithic Record. Evolutionary Anthropology 15 (6): 212-216.

* John J. Shea (2006) The Middle Paleolithic of the Levant: Recursion and Convergence. In Erella Hovers and Steven Kuhn (Eds.) Transitions before the Transition: Evolution and Stability in the Middle Paleolithic and Middle Stone Age, pp. 189-212. New York: Kluwer Academics/Plenum.

John J. Shea (2006) The Origins of Lithic Projectile Point Technology: Evidence from Africa, the Levant, and Europe, Journal of Archaeological Science 33(6): 823-846.

Ian J. Wallace and John J. Shea. (2006) Mobility Patterns and Core Technologies in the Middle Paleolithic of the Levant. Journal of Archaeological Science 33 (9): 1293-1309.

John J. Shea and Ofer Bar-Yosef (2005) Who Were the Skhul/Qafzeh People? An Archaeological Perspective on Eurasia’s Oldest Modern Humans. Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society 35: 451-468.

* John J. Shea (2004) Bleeding or Breeding: Neandertals vs. Early Modern Humans in the Middle Paleolithic Levant. In Reinhard Bernbeck and Susan Pollock (Eds.) Archaeologies of the Near East: Critical Perspectives (Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology), pp 129-149. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers.

* John J. Shea (2003) Close Encounters: Neanderthals and Modern Humans in the Middle Palaeolithic Levant. The Review of Archaeology 24: 42-55.

John J. Shea (2003) The Middle Paleolithic of the East Mediterranean Levant. Journal of World Prehistory 17(4): 313-394.

John J. Shea. (2003) Neandertals, Competition, and the Origin of Modern Human Behavior in the Levant. Evolutionary Anthropology 12 (4): 173-187.

* Guérin, C., O. Bar-Yosef, E. Debard, M. Faure, J. Shea and E. Tchernov (2003) Oubeidiyeh, carrefour biogéographique et culturel entre l'Afrique et l'Eurasie au paléolithique ancien. In : Vandermeersch, B. (Ed.) Échanges et diffusion dans la préhistoire méditerranéenne. Pp. 131-146. Paris : Editions du Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques.

* John J. Shea, Kyle Brown, and Zachary Davis (2002) Controlled Experiments with Middle Paleolithic Spear Points: Levallois Points. In Mathieu, James R. (Ed.) Experimental Archaeology: Replicating Past Objects, Behaviors, and Processes, pp. 55-72. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1035.

* John J. Shea (2001) Modern Human Origins and Neandertal Extinction: New Evidence from the East Mediterranean Levant. Athena Review 2(4): 22-34.

* John J. Shea (2001) The Middle Paleolithic: Early Modern Humans and Neandertals in the Levant. Near Eastern Archaeology 64(1-2): 38-64.

John J. Shea, Zachary Davis, and Kyle Brown (2001) Experimental Tests of Middle Paleolithic Spear Points Using a Calibrated Crossbow. Journal of Archaeological Science 28 (8): 807-816.

John J. Shea (1999) Ar Rasfa, A Levantine Mousterian Site from Northwest Jordan: A Preliminary Report. Paléorient 24 (2): 71-78.

John J. Shea, (1999) Artifact Abrasion, Fluvial Processes, and ‘Living Floors’ at the Early Paleolithic site of ‘Ubeidiya (Jordan Valley, Israel). Geoarchaeology 14 (2): 191-207.

John J. Shea and Ofer Bar-Yosef (1999) Lithic Assemblages from the New (1988-1994) Excavations at ‘Ubeidiya: A Preliminary Report. Mitekufat HaEven: Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society. 28: 5-20.

John J. Shea (1998) Neandertal and early modern human behavioral variability: A regional-scale approach to the lithic evidence for hunting in the Levantine Mousterian. Current Anthropology 39: S45-S78.

Zachary A. Davis and John J. Shea (1998) Quantifying Lithic Curation: An Experimental Test of Dibble and Pelcin’s Original Flake-Tool Mass Predictor. Journal of Archaeological Science 25 (7): 603-610.

* John J. Shea (1997) Middle Paleolithic Spear Point Technology. In Heidi Knecht (Ed.) Projectile Technologies: Archaeological and Ethnoarcheological Perspectives, pp. 79-106. New York: Plenum Press.

* John J. Shea (1996) Levantine Mousterian Settlement Dynamics and Lithic Variability. In Nicholas Conard and Fred Wendorf (Eds.) Middle Paleolithic Settlement Patterns: Papers from Workshop 5 of the XIII IUPPS Congress. Forli, Italy: ABACO Edizione.

Ofer Bar-Yosef, M. Chech, E. Debard, M. Faure, C. Guerin, John J. Shea, and E. Tchernov (1996) Oubéidiyeh, Nouvelles Données des Fouilles 1988-1994. Comptes Rendus de L'Académie des Sciences 332(II a): 709-712.

* John J. Shea (1995) Behavioral Factors Affecting the Production of Levallois Points in the Levantine Mousterian. In Harold L. Dibble and Ofer Bar-Yosef (Eds.) The Definition and Interpretation of Levallois Technology, pp. 279-292. Madison, WI: Prehistory Press.

* John J. Shea (1995) Lithic Microwear Analysis of Tor Faraj Rockshelter. In Don Henry (Ed.) Prehistoric Cultural Ecology and Evolution: Insights from Southern Jordan, pp. 85-105. New York: Plenum Press.

Daniel E. Lieberman and John J. Shea (1994) Behavioral Differences Between Archaic and Modern Humans in the Levantine Mousterian. American Anthropologist 96(2): 300-332.

* John J. Shea (1993) The Lithic Evidence for Hunting by Neandertals and Early Modern Humans from the Early Upper Pleistocene of the Levant. In Sylvie Béyries (Ed.) Traces et Fonction: Les Gestes Retrouvés, pp. 21-30. Liége: Etudes et Recherches Archéologiques de l'Université de Liége, Vol. 50.

* John J. Shea (1993) Lithic Use-Wear Evidence for Hunting by Neandertals and Early Modern Humans from the Levantine Mousterian. In Gail Larsen-Peterkin, Harvey Bricker and Paul Mellars (Eds.) Hunting Techniques and Animal Exploitation in the Later Pleistocene of Western Eurasia, pp. 189-198. Washington, DC: Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association, No. 4.

John J. Shea and Joel D. Klenck (1993) An Experimental Investigation of the Effects of Trampling on the Results of Lithic Use-Wear Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 20 (2): 175-194.

* John J. Shea (1992) Lithic microwear analysis in archaeology. Evolutionary Anthropology 1(4): 143-150.

John J. Shea (1990) A Further Note on Mousterian Spear Points. Journal of Field Archaeology 17 (1): 111-115.

* John J. Shea (1989) A Functional Study of the Lithic Industries Associated with Hominid Fossils in the Kebara and Qafzeh Caves, Israel. In Paul Mellars and Christopher Stringer (Eds.) The Human Revolution: Behavioural and Biological Perspectives on the Origins and Dispersal of Modern Humans, pp. 611-625. Edinburgh University Press.

John J. Shea (1989) Tool Use in the Levantine Mousterian of Kebara Cave, Mount Carmel. Mitekufat HaEven (Journal of the Israel Prehistoric Society) 22: 15-30.

John J. Shea (1988) Spear Points from the Middle Paleolithic of the Levant. Journal of Field Archaeology 15 (4): 441-456.


^ MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS

(Miscellaneous Articles, Book Reviews, Conference Reviews, Published Comments, Abstracts [listed by category and in chronological order])


Miscellaneous Articles

John J. Shea (2003) Down in the Valley: Settling the Rift. Natural History 12 (9): 48.

John J. Shea and Patricia L. Crawford (2003) Middle Paleolithic Northwestern Jordan, 1999 Season: Investigations in Wadi Yabis and Wadi Kufrinja. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 47: 431-441.

John J. Shea (2001) “The Fire Watchers: On the Deceptive Simplicity of Lower Paleolithic Tools,” In D. Westcott (Ed.) ^ Primitive Technology II: Ancestral Skills, pp. 213-214. Salt Lake City, UT: Gibbs-Smith, Publisher (for the Society of Primitive Technology).

Contributions to Ian Tattersall, Eric Delson, and Jan van Couvering (Eds.)(2000) The Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory. New York: Garland Press.

Major Solo-Authored Contributions (>1 page):

Middle Paleolithic, by John J. Shea & Alison S. Brooks, pp. 415-423.

Mousterian, by John J. Shea & Alison S. Brooks, pp. 453-460.

Europe, by Eric Delson, Alison S. Brooks & John J. Shea, pp. 239-254.

Asia, Western by Nancy Benko, Alison S. Brooks, Eric Delson, Carol Kramer, and John J. Shea, pp. 91-101.

Minor Solo-Authored Contributions (<1 page):

Ahmarian, Beidha, Boker Tachtit, Chilhac, Clacton, Coon, Carleton Stevens (1904-1981), La Cotte De St. Brelade, El Wad, Emiran, Emireh Point, Gesher Benot Ya'acov, Grimaldi, Hayonim, L' Hortus, Isernia, Jerf Ajla, Karain, Ksar Akil, Kent's Cavern, Lake Mungo, Le Chaffaud, Lehringen, Levantine Aurignacian, Mugharan, Mugharet/Mughara, Mushabi, Mushabian, Natufian, Paviland Cave, St. Acheul, Tabunian, Terra Amata, Ubeidiya, Vallonnet

^ Minor Contributions by John J. Shea and Christopher B. Stringer.

Amud Cave, Arago, Biache-St. Vaast, Bilzingsleben, Border Cave, Cave Of Hearths, Dali, Dar-Es-Soltane, Engis, Florisbad, Jebel Irhoud, Kabwe, Kebara, Kibish, Klasies River Mouth, Krapina, La Chaise, La Quina, La Chapelle-Aux-Saints, La Ferrassie, Lazaret, Mladec, Niah, Pech De L'azé, Pontnewydd, Qafzeh, Saint-Césaire, Saldanha, Salé, Shanidar. Skhul, Steinheim, Swanscombe, Tabun, Vindija, Vértesszöllös.

^ Minor Contributions by John J. Shea and Alison S. Brooks.

Clactonian, Ibero-Maurusian, Solhielhac.

John J. Shea (1999) Ar Rasfa 1997-1999. Newsletter or the American Center for Oriental Research (Amman, Jordan) 11(2): 5-6.

John J. Shea (1998) Ar Rasfa, A Stratified Middle Paleolithic Open Air Site in Northwest Jordan: A Preliminary Report on the 1997 Excavations. Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan 42: 41-52.

John J. Shea (1996) The Deceptive Simplicity of Lower Paleolithic Tools. Bulletin of Primitive Technology 12:11-12.

Curtis W. Marean and John J. Shea (1996) Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Mkulumuzi and Sigi River Valleys, Tanga District, Tanzania. Nyame Akuma 45: 72-81.

John J. Shea (1990) A New Perspective on Neandertals from the Levantine Mousterian. AnthroQuest (Newsletter of the L.S.B. Leakey Foundation) (41): 14-18.

John J. Shea (1985) Experiments in Debitage Analysis: Some Testable Hypotheses. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society 46 (2): 44-50.

^
Book Reviews

John J. Shea (in press) Review of Chris Stringer's (2012) Lone survivors: How we came to be the only humans on Earth. The Quarterly Review of Biology.

John J. Shea (2012) The Solutrean-Clovis Connection: Another Look. (Review of Dennis J. Stanford and Bruce A. Bradley (2012) Across Atlantic Ice: The Origins of America’s Clovis Culture.) Evolutionary Anthropology 21: 293-294.

John J. Shea (2011) Neanderthal News: Extinct Species Exhibits Variability. Evolutionary Anthropology 20 (5): 198-200.

John J. Shea (2010) Review of Erella Hovers 2009 The Lithic Assemblages of Qafzeh Cave. Journal of Anthropological Research 66 (4): 405-407.

John J. Shea (2010) Review of Clive Finlayson 2009 The People Who Went Extinct: Why Neanderthals Died Out and We Survived. Quarterly Review of Biology 85 (3): 347-348.

John J. Shea (2009) Review of Chazan, Michael, and Liora Kolska Horwitz, (Eds.)(2008) Holon: A Lower Paleolithic Site in Israel. American School of Prehistoric Research Bulletin 50. (Cambridge, MA: Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology Press), Journal of Field Archaeology 34: 114-116.

John J. Shea (2006) Review of John M. Lindly (2005) The Mousterian of the Zagros, Journal of Anthropological Research 62: 440-441.

John J. Shea (2004) Review of Don Henry , (Ed.)(2005) Neanderthals in the Levant. Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 336: 67-68.

John J. Shea (2002) Synthesizing the Paleolithic: Review of C. Gamble (1999) The Palaeolithic Societies of Europe, W. Roebroeks, and C. Gamble, (Eds.)(1999) The Middle Palaeolithic Occupation of Europe, and W. Roebroeks, M. Mussi, J. Svoboda, and K. Fennema, (Eds.)(2001) Hunters of the Golden Age: The Mid-Upper Palaeolithic of Eurasia 30,000-20,000 BP. American Journal of Archaeology 106 (3): 459-462.

John J. Shea (1997) Review of Ronald Singer, Bruce G. Gladfelter, and John J. Wymer [1993] The Lower Paleolithic Site at Hoxne, England. Journal of Human Ecology 25 (1): 151-153.

John J. Shea (1996) Review of Steven Kuhn (1995) Mousterian Lithic Technology: An Ecological Perspective. Quarterly Review of Biology 71 (1): 155.

John J. Shea (1995) Review of Harold Dibble and André Débenath (1994) Handbook of Paleolithic Technology, Volume 1: Lower and Middle Paleolithic of Europe. American Antiquity 60(4): 765-766.

John J. Shea (1995) Review of Helle Juel Jensen (1994) Flint Tools and Plant Working: Hidden Traces of Stone Age Technology. Journal of Archaeological Science 22(3): 453.

John J. Shea (1994) Review of Christopher Stringer and Clive Gamble (1994) In Search of the Neandertals. Journal of Field Archaeology 21(4): 526-530.

John J. Shea (1992) Review of Erik Trinkaus, (Ed.)(1989) The Emergence of Modern Humans. Journal of Field Archaeology 19 (1): 80-83.

John J. Shea (1991) Review of Robin Torrence, (Ed.)(1988) Time, Energy, and Stone Tools. American Anthropologist 93: 250.


Conference Reviews

John J. Shea (2012) 2012 Meetings of the Paleoanthropology Society and Society for American Archaeology. Evolutionary Anthropology 21 (4): 130.

Mathew L. Sisk and John J. Shea (2010) Annual Meetings of the Paleoanthropology Society and the Society for American Archaeology. Evolutionary Anthropology 19 (5): 164-165.

John J. Shea (2010) Gibraltar Rocks: Calpe 2009, Human Evolution 150 Years after Darwin. Evolutionary Anthropology 19 (1): 2-3.

John J. Shea (2008) The Lower and Middle Paleolithic of the Middle East and Neighboring Regions. Evolutionary Anthropology 17 (5): 205-207.

John J. Shea, Mathew L. Sisk (2008) Paleoanthropology in Vancouver, 2008, Evolutionary Anthropology 17(3): 127-128.

Mathew L. Sisk and John J. Shea (2006) Paleoanthropology in Puerto Rico: 2006 Paleoanthropology Society and Society for American Archaeology Meetings. Evolutionary Anthropology 15 (6): 201-203.

John J. Shea (2006) Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Evolution of Hominid Diets. Evolutionary Anthropology 15 (6): 204-206.

John J. Shea (2006) The Human Revolution Rethought. Evolutionary Anthropology 15: 42-43.

John J. Shea (2006) Out of Africa 1 - Who, When, and Why? Evolutionary Anthropology15 (1) 1-2.

John Shea and John Fleagle (2005) Modern Human Origins on Long Island. Evolutionary Anthropology 14 (3): 86-87.

John J. Shea (2004) Annual Meeting of the Paleoanthropology Society. Evolutionary Anthropology 13(6): 203-204.





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