James F. O'Connell
James F. O'Connell
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Grandmothering, menopause, and the evolution of human life histories
K Hawkes, JF O’Connell, NGB Jones, H Alvarez, EL Charnov
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (3), 1336-1339, 1998
14121998
Hadza women's time allocation, offspring provisioning, and the evolution of long postmenopausal life spans
K Hawkes, JF O'Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Current Anthropology 38 (4), 551-577, 1997
8001997
Grandmothering and the evolution ofHomo erectus
JF O’Connell, K Hawkes, NGB Jones
Journal of human evolution 36 (5), 461-485, 1999
6311999
Hadza hunting, butchering, and bone transport and their archaeological implications
JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, NB Jones
Journal of Anthropological research 44 (2), 113-161, 1988
5441988
Why hunters gather: optimal foraging and the Ache of eastern Paraguay
K Hawkes, K Hill, JF O'CONNELL
American Ethnologist 9 (2), 379-398, 1982
5301982
A Prehistory of Australia, New Guinea and Sahul
JP White, JF O'Connell
Sydney; New York: Academic Press, 1982
5011982
Dating the colonization of Sahul (Pleistocene Australia–New Guinea): a review of recent research
JF O'Connell, J Allen
Journal of Archaeological Science 31 (6), 835-853, 2004
4772004
Alyawara site structure and its archaeological implications
JF O'Connell
American Antiquity 52 (1), 74-108, 1987
4741987
Behavioral ecology and archaeology
DW Bird, JF O’Connell
Journal of Archaeological Research 14 (2), 143-188, 2006
4622006
Hunting income patterns among the Hadza: big game, common goods, foraging goals and the evolution of the human diet
K Hawkes, JF O´ Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1991
3861991
Hadza meat sharing
K Hawkes, JF O'Connell, NGB Jones
Evolution and Human Behavior 22 (2), 113-142, 2001
3762001
Hardworking hadza grandmothers
K Hawkes
Comparative socioecology: The behavioral ecology of mammals and man, 1989
3271989
Reanalysis of large mammal body part transport among the Hadza
JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, NB Jones
Journal of Archaeological Science 17 (3), 301-316, 1990
3121990
Alyawara plant use and optimal foraging theory
JF O’Connell, K Hawkes
Hunter-gatherer foraging strategies: Ethnographic and archaeological …, 1981
2951981
Demography of the Hadza, an increasing and high density population of savanna foragers
NGB Jones, LC Smith, JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, CL Kamuzora
American journal of physical anthropology 89 (2), 159-181, 1992
2661992
Male strategies and Plio-Pleistocene archaeology
JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, KD Lupo, NGB Jones
Journal of Human Evolution 43 (6), 831-872, 2002
2562002
Hadza scavenging: Implications for Plio/Pleistocene hominid subsistence
JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, NB Jones
Current Anthropology 29 (2), 356-363, 1988
2391988
Hunting and nuclear families: some lessons from the Hadza about men’s work
K Hawkes, JF O’Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Current Anthropology 42 (5), 681-709, 2001
2372001
Hadza children's foraging: juvenile dependency, social arrangements, and mobility among hunter-gatherers
K Hawkes, JF O'Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Current Anthropology 36, 688-700, 1995
2341995
Cut and tooth mark distributions on large animal bones: ethnoarchaeological data from the Hadza and their implications for current ideas about early human carnivory
KD Lupo, JF O'Connell
Journal of Archaeological Science 29 (1), 85-109, 2002
2222002
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