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From McGill 2013 Annual Report

BENNETT, G.

 

Gwen P. Bennett, “ Chinese national history and identity narratives and cultural heritage interpretation in Xinjiang.” In Archaeology, regimes, and revolutions: power, violence, and labor in Eurasia between the ancient and the modern, edited by Charles Hartley, G. Bike Yazicioglu and Adam Smith, 71-95. Cambridge University Press, 2012.

Naomi Standen and Gwen P. Bennett, “Difficult histories: changing presentations of the Liao in PRC regional museums over three decades”.   Modern Asian Studies. Available on CJO 2013 doi:10.1017/ S0026749X13000176

Conference Presentations

 (Refereed acceptance) “History from the ground up: Liao administrative and production centers in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China.” International conference on patterns in early Asian urbanism. International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands. November 11-13, 2013.

 (Invited, paper given in Chinese) “赤峰契丹/辽时期的国际考古和历史研究项目介绍 Introducing the Kitan/Liao Archaeological Survey and History Project). 十至十二世纪东亚都城和帝陵考古与辽文化国际学术研讨会 (International conference on archaeology of Liao culture and Asian imperial capitals and tombs of the 10th-12th centuries). Organized by Chinese Academy of Social Science Institute of Archaeology. Balinzuoqi, Inner Mongolia, China. August 20-25, 2013.

 (Refereed) “Borders on the land, borders in the mind: the archaeology of the Khitan/Liao period in North China.” Society for American Archaeology Conference, Honolulu, Hawai’i. April, 2013

 (Invited) “States in the making: historical archaeology and modern museology in China.” UCL Institute of Archaeology. January 24, 2013.

 (Invited) “Letting the past serve the present: interpretation in China’s borderlands museums.” International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden University, the Netherlands. December 19, 2012.

 (Invited) “Hongshan Culture archaeology and the creation of a Chinese past.” Department of Archaeology, Leiden University, the Netherlands. November 23, 2012

 (Invited) “Archaeology at the 'margins' of Korea, China, and history.” Workshop on margins and marginalization in the production of Korean histories, organized by the Asian Modernities and Traditions Research Cluster, Leiden University, the Netherlands. October 22-26, 2012.

 “The Chengdu Plains Archaeological Survey: goals and results.” Spoon River Archaeology Society, Dickson Mounds Museum, Lewistown, Illinois.  July 2012.

 (Refereed) “The Chengdu Plains Archaeological Survey: background and history.”  Society for East Asian Archaeology International Congress. Fukuoka, Japan.  June 6-10, 2012.

 (Refereed) “The Chengdu Plains Archaeological Survey: project goals and challenges.”  Society for East Asian Archaeology International Congress. Fukuoka, Japan.  June 6-10, 2012.

 (Invited) “Cultural heritage narratives in China’s peripheries.” European National Museums (EuNaMus) workshop: Material Identities: Representing our National and European Selves in Museums, and conference: Museum Citizens: National Museums and the European Citizen.  Athens, Greece.  April 23-27, 2012.

 (Invited) “Periphery or Center? Archaeology of the Eastern Han-Liao period (ca. 25-1200 CE) in the Chifeng region of Inner Mongolia, China.” Université de Montréal Dept. d’Anthropologie. Feb. 16. 2012

Commentator/Panel Discussant/Seminar

Session Organizer, session presenting results from the Chengdu Plains Archaeological Survey. Society for East Asian Archaeology International Congress, Fukuoka, Japan. June 6-10, 2012.

Paper selection committee, International conference on patterns in early Asian urbanism. International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden University, Netherlands. November 11-13, 2013

Bi-monthly speaker series organizer for the International Institute for Asian Studies, Leiden University, the Netherlands.  October 2012 – February 2013

CHAPMAN, C.

 

Marsh, L.K. and C.A. Chapman.  2013.  Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience.  Springer Press.  Pp. 537

Chapman, C.A., T.V. Snaith, and J.F. Gogarten.  2013.  How ecological conditions affect the abundance and social organization of folivorous monkeys.  In.  Primates and Cetaceans: Field research and conservation of complex mammalian societies.  J. Yamagiwa & L. Karczmarski eds., Springer, New York, pp 3-23.

Twinomugisha, D., M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman.  2013.  Deriving conservation status for a high altitude population: Golden monkeys of Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda.  In. N.B. Grow, S. Gursky-Doyen and, A. Krzton (eds.).  High Altitude Primates, Springer, New York, pp. 227-243.

Arroyo-Rodriguez, V., E. Cuesta-del Moral, S. Mandujano, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado and Lenore Fahrig.  2013.  Assessing habitat fragmentation effects for primates: the importance of evaluating questions at the correct scale.  In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman.  Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience.  Springer Press, New York. Pp.13-32.

Chapman, C.A., R.R. Ghai, R. Reyna-Hurtado, A.L. Jacob, S.M. Koojo, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and T.L. Goldberg.  2013.  Going, going, gone: A 15-year history of the decline in abundance of primates in forest fragments.  In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman.  Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience.  Springer Press, New York. 89-104.

Baranga, D., C.A. Chapman, P. Mucunguzi, and R. Reyna-Hurtado.  2013.  Fragments and food: red-tailed monkey abundance in forest fragments of Central Uganda.  In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman eds.  Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience.  Springer Press, New York Pp. 213-226.

Marsh, L.K., C. A. Chapman, V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, A.K. Cobden, J. Dunn, D. Gabriel, R.R. Ghai, V. Nijman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Silva-Lopez, and M. D. Wasserman.  2013.  Primates in fragments ten years later: once and future goals.  In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman.  Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience.  Springer Press, New York.  503-524.

Chapman, C. A. 2013. The evolution of a conservation biologist, pp. 218-227, in Strier, K. B., Primate Ethnographies. Pearson Education, Inc., One Lake Street, Upper Saddle River, NJ 07458.

Serio-Silva J.C., Y.M. Bonilla-Sanchez, G. Pozo-Montuy, R. Reyna-Hurtado and C.A. Chapman. 2013.  Identifying areas for ecotourism and conservation of threatened species: The model of black howler monkey in Playas de Catazajá, Mexico. In: A. Yañez-Arancibia, R. Dávalos-Sotelo and E. Reyes (eds), Ecological dimension for sustainable socioeconomic development, WIT Press, Southampton, UK pp.

Chapman, C.A., J.M. Rothman, and J.E. Lambert.  2012 Food as a selective force in primates. In: Mitani J, Call J, Kappeler P, Palombit R, Silk J, The Evolution of Primate Societies. Chicago University Press, pp. 149-168.

Goldberg, T.L., S. Paige, and C.A. Chapman.  2012.  The Kibale EcoHealth Project: Exploring connections among human health, animal health, and landscape dynamics in Western Uganda.  In: A.A. Aguirre, P. Daszak, and R.S. Ostfeld editors.  Conservation Medicine: Applied Cases of Ecological Health, Oxford University Press, pp. 452-465.

Ghai, R.R., S.D. Sibley, M. Lauck, J.M. Dinis, A.L. Bailey, C.A. Chapman, P. Omeja, T.C. Freidrich, D.H. O’Connor, T.L. Goldberg.  2013.  Deep sequencing identifies two genotypes and high viral genetic diversity of human pegivirus (GB Virus C) in rural Ugandan patients. Journal of General Virology 94:2670-2678.

Bonnell, T.R., C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, M.D. Wasserman, M. Campenni, J. Gogarten, J. Teichroeb, R. Sengupta.  2013.  Emergent group level navigation: an agent-based evaluation of movement patterns in a folivorous primate. PLoSOne 8:e78264.

Vaccaro, I., C.A. Chapman, E.A. Nyboer, M. Luke, A. Byekwaso, C. Morgan, D. Mbabazi, D. Twinomugisha, and L.J. Chapman.  2013.  An interdisciplinary method to harmonizing ecology, economy, and co-management: fisheries exploitation in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. African Journal of Aquatic Science 38:97-104.

Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, T.L. Goldberg, T.E. Ziegler.  2013.  Physiological and behavioral effects of capture darting on red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) with a comparison to chimpanzee predation. International Journal of Primatology 34:1020-1031.

Wasserman, M.D., K. Milton, and C.A. Chapman.  2013.  The potential roles of estrogenic plants in primate ecology and evolution.  International Journal of Primatology 34:861-878.

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell, R. Sengupta., T.L. Goldberg, and J.M. Rothman.  2013.  Is Markhamia lutea’s abundance determined by animal foraging?  Forest Ecology and Management 308:62-66.

Pozo-Montuy, G., J.C. Serio-Silva, C.A. Chapman, and Y.M. Bonilla-Sánchez. 2013.  Resource use in a landscape matrix by an arboreal primate: Evidence of supplementation in Alouatta pigra.  International Journal of Primatology 34:714-731.

Lauck, M., W.M. Switzer, S.D. Sibley, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, B. Taylor, A. Shankar, N. Ting, C.A. Chapman, T.C. Friedrich, T.L. Goldberg and D.H. O’Connor.  2013.  Discovery and full genome characterization of two highly divergent simian simian immunodeficiency viruses infecting black-and-white colobus monkeys (Colobus guereza) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Retrovirology 10: 107 doi:10.1186/1742-4690-10-107.

Lauck, M., S.D. Sibley, J. Lara, M.A. Purdy, Y. Khudyakov, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, W.M. Switzer, C.A. Chapman, A.L. Hughes, T.C. Friedrich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg.  2013.  A novel hepacivirus with an unusually long and intrinsically disordered NS5A protein in a wild old world primate.  Journal of Virology 87:8971-8981.

Bonnell, T.R., P. Dutilleul, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, R. Uriel Hernández-Sarabia, and R. Sengupta 2013.  Analysing small-scale aggregation in animal visits in space and time: the ST-BBD method.  Animal Behaviour 85:483-492.

Thurbera, M.I., R.R. Ghai, D. Hyeroba, G. Weny. A. Tumukunde, C.A. Chapman, R.W. Wiseman, J. Dinis, J. Steeil, E.C. Greiner, T.C. Friedich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg.  2013.  Co-infection and cross-species transmission of divergent Hepatocystis lineages in a wild African primate community.  International Journal for Parasitology 43:613-619.

Valtonen, A., F. Molleman, C.A. Chapman, J.R. Carey, M.P. Ayres, and H. Roininen.  2013.  Tropical phenology: bi-annual rhythms and interannual variation in an Afrotropical butterfly assemblage.  Ecosphere 4:1-28.

Hanya, G. and C.A. Chapman.  2013.  Linking feeding ecology and abundance: a review of primate resource limitation.  Ecological Research 28:183-190.

Duclos, V., S. Boudreau and C.A. Chapman.  2013.  Shrub cover influence on seedling growth and survival following logging of a tropical forest.  Biotropica 45:419-426.

Miyamoto, M.M., J.A. Allen, N. Ting, J.F. Gogarten, and C.A. Chapman.  2013.  Microsatellite DNA demonstrates different levels of genetic structure in two, unequally sizes neighboring groups of red colobus monkeys.  American Journal of Primatology 75:478–490.

Bryer, M.A., C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman.  2013.  Diet and polyspecific associations affects spatial patterns among redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius).  Behaviour 150:277-293,

Felton, A.M., A. Felton, D.I. Rumiz, M. Pena-Claros, N. Villaroel, C.A. Chapman, and D.B. Lindenmayer.  2013.  Commercial harvesting of Ficus timber – An emerging threat to frugivorous wildlife and sustainable forestry.  Biological Conservation 159:96-100.

Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell, J.F. Gogarten, J.E. Lambert, P.A. Omeja, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and J.M. Rothman.  2013.  Primates as ecosystem engineers.  International Journal of Primatology 34:1-14.

Lauck, M.,  S.D. Sibley, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, C.A. Chapman, N. Ting, W.M. Switzer, J.H. Kuhn, T.C. Friedrich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg  2013.  Exceptional simian hemorrhagic fever virus diversity in a wild African primate community. Journal of Virology 87:688-691.

Ryan, A., C.A. Chapman, J.M. Rothman. 2012.  How do differences in plant species and part consumption affect diet nutrient concentrations? A test with red colobus monkeys in Uganda. African Journal of Ecology 51:1-10.

Laurence, W.F. et al.  2012.  Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas.  Nature 489:290-294.

Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, D.J. Wittwer and T.E. Ziegler.  2012.  Consumption of estrogenic plant foods: Implications for red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) hormonal status.  Hormones and Behaviour 62:553-569.

González-Zamora, A.,V. Arroyo-Rodríguez, K. Oyama, V. Sork, C.A. Chapman, and K.E. Stoner.  2012.  Sleeping sites and latrines of spider monkeys in continuous and fragmented tropical rainforests: implications for seed dispersal and forest regeneration.  PLoSOne October 2012, Volume 7, Issue 10, e46852.

Allen, J.M., M.M. Miyamoto, J. Akwarius, K. Margarini, J. Unvari-Martin, T. Carter and C.A. Chapman.  2012.  Population genetics of habitat sensitive red colobus suggest long-term stability of Kibale National Park.  Ecology and Evolution 2:2829-2842.

Gogarten, J.F., L.M. Brown, C.A. Chapman, M. Cords, D. Doran-Sheehy, L.M. Fedigan, F.E. Grine, S. Perry, A.E. Pusey, E.H.M. Sterck, S.A. Wich, and P.C. Wright.  2012.  Seasonal mortality patterns in non-human primates: Implications for variation in selection pressures across environments. Evolution 66:3256-3266.

Gogarten, J.F., M. Guzman, C.A. Chapman, A.L. Jacob, P.A. Omeja, and J.M. Rothman.  2012. What is the predictive power of the colobine protein-to-fiber model and its conservation value? Tropical Conservation Science 5:381-393.

Ghai, R.R. and C.A. Chapman.  2012.  Meet the parasites: genetic approaches uncover new insights in parasitology.  Taprobanica 4:60-64.

Hodder, S.A.M. and C.A. Chapman. 2012.  Do Colobus monkeys on humanized forest edges exhibit more severe parasite infections than those on non-humanized forest edges?  International Journal of Primatology 33:845-859.

Scholl, K., J.M. Allen, F. Leendertz, C.A. Chapman, and D.L. Reed.  2012.  Variable microsatellite loci for population genetic analysis of old world monkey lice (Pedicinus sp.).  Journal of Parasitology 98:930-937.

Chapman, C.A. and J.A. Teichroeb. 2012.  What influences the size of groups in which primates choose to live? Nature Education http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/what-influences-the-siz...

Chapman, C.A. and J.F. Gogarten. 2012. Primate conservation: Is the cup half empty or half full? Nature Education http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/primate-conservation-is...

Salyer, S.J., C.A. Chapman and T.L. Goldberg.  2012. Epidemiology and molecular relationships of Cryptosporidium spp. in people, primates, and livestock from western Uganda. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 6:e1597.

Evans, D.M., P. Barnard, L.P. Koh, C.A. Chapman, R. Altwegg, T.W.J. Garner, M.E. Gompper, I.J. Gordon, T.E. Katzner, and N. Pettorelli. 2012.  Funding nature conservation: who pays?  Animal Conservation 15:215-216.

Ryan, S.J., J.S. Brashares, C. Walsh, K. Milbers, C. Kilroy and C.A. Chapman.  2012.  A survey of gastrointestinal parasites of olive baboons (Papio anubis) in human settlement areas of Mole National Park, Ghana.  Journal of Parasitology 98:885-888.

Wasserman, M.D., A. Taylor-Gutt, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, and D.C. Leitman.  2012.  The estrogenic plant foods of red colobus monkeys and mountain gorillas in western Uganda.  American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148:88-97.

Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, and P.J. van Soest.  2012.  Methods in primate nutritional ecology: A user’s guide.  International Journal of Primatology 33:542-566.

Bonilla-Sanchez, Y.M., J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Howlers are able to survive in Eucalyptus plantations where remnant and regenerating vegetation is available.  International Journal of Primatology 33:233-245.

Hartter, J., M.D. Stampone, S.J. Ryan, K. Kirner, C.A. Chapman and A. Goldman.  2012. Patterns and perceptions of climate change around a biodiversity hotspot.  PlosOne 7:e32408.

Omeja, P.A., J. Obua, A. Rwetsiba and C.A. Chapman.  2012.  Biomass accumulation in tropical lands with different disturbance histories: Contrasts within one landscape and across regions. Forest Ecology and Management 269:293-300.

Reyna-Hurtado, R., C.A. Chapman, S. Calme, and E.J. Pedersen. 2012.  Searching in heterogeneous and limiting environments: foraging strategies of white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari).  Journal of Mammalogy 93:124-133.

MacKenzie, C., C.A. Chapman, and R. Sengupta.  2012.  Spatial patterns of illegal resource extraction in Kibale National Park, Uganda.  Environmental Conservation 39:38-50.

Chapman, C.A., D.D. Bowman, R.R. Ghai, T.L. Goldberg, J.F. Gogarten, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, and C. Walsh.  2011.  Protozoan parasites in group-living primates: Testing the biological island hypothesis.  American Journal of Primatology 74:510-517.

Baranga, D., G. Isabirye-Basuta, J.A. Teichroeb, and C.A. Chapman.  2012.  Crop raiding patterns of solitary and social groups of red-tailed monkeys in Uganda.  Tropical Conservation Science 5:104-111.

Janmaat, K.R.L., C.A. Chapman, R. Meijer, and K. Zuberbuhler.  2012.  The use of fruiting synchronicity by foraging mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena).  Animal Cognition 15:83-96.

Tombak, K.H., A.J. Reid, C.A. Chapman, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Johnson, and R. Reyna-Hurtado.  2012. Patch depletion behavior differs between sympatric folivorous primates.  Primates 53:57-64.

 

Conference Presentations

International Invited Oral Presentations

Management history affects tree diversity, biomass, and primate foods in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Jacob, A.L., P. Parker, M.J. Lechowicz, and C.A. Chapman. Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution. Kalowna, May 2013

The synergy between nutrition, stress, and disease as determinants of animal abundance.  Chapman, C.A., T. Bonnell. Canadian Society of Ecology and Evolution. Kalowna, May 2013.

Discovery of novel and highly divergent SIVs in three wild monkey species in Kibale National Park, Uganda.  William Switzer, Michael Lauck, Anupama Shankar, David Hyeroba, Alex Tumukunde, Colin A. Chapman, Nelson Ting, Thomas Friedrich, David O’Connor, Tony Goldberg.  Conference on retroviruses and opportunistic Investions March, Atlanta, March 2013.

Forest loss, agricultural intensification, and the islandization of protected areas in the African Albertine Rift.  Hartter, J., M. Palace, S. Ryan, J. Diem, C.A. Chapman.  American Geographers, Los Angeles, January 2013.

International Contributed Oral Presentations

Transmission dynamics of parasites co-infecting wild primate hosts in Kibale National Park, Uganda.  Ghai, R.R., J.T. Davies, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg.  American Society of Primatologists, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 2013

Implications on non-equilibrium dynamics for primate conservation.  C.A. Chapman.  XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, Mexico. August 2012.

Folivorous ursine colobus monkeys (Colobus vellerosus) do the Levy walk. J.A. Teichroeb, C.A. Chapman, P. Sicotte.  XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, Mexico. August 2012.

Seasonality in the consumption of estrogenic plant foods: implications for red colobus monkey (Procolobus rufomitratus) hormonal status.  M.D. Wasserman, C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, D.J. Wittwer, T. E. Ziegler.  XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, Mexico. August 2012.

Movement patterns in primates, a comparison between folivores and frugivores.  R. Reyna-Hurtado, U. Hernandez-Sarabia, J. Serio-Silva, C.A. Chapman.  XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, Mexico. August 2012.

Climate change in an African rainforest: Implications for primate feeding and nutrition. J.M. Rothman, C.A. Chapman, T.T. Struhsaker, D. Raubenheimer, D. Twinomugisha, P.G. Waterman.  XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, Mexico. August 2012.

Parasite transmission in a complex community of primates. R.R. Ghai, M.I. Thurber, C.A. Chapman, T.L. Goldberg.  XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, Mexico. August 2012.

Seasonality in the consumption of estrogenic plant foods: Implications for red colobus monkey (Procolobus rufomitratus) hormonal status. M.D. Wasserman, C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, D.J. Wittwer, T.E. Ziegler. XXIV Congress of the International Primatological Society. Cancun, Mexico. August 2012.

Non-equilibrium dynamics in primate populations leads to inconsistent selective pressures.  C.A. Chapman. Evolution, Ottawa, Ontario. July 2012.

Seasonal mortality patterns in non-human primates: Implications for variation in selection pressures across environments.  Gogarten, J.F., L.M. Brown, C.A. Chapman, M. Cords, D. Doran-Sheehy, L.M. Fedigan, F.E. Grine, S. Perry, A.E. Pusey, E.H.M. Sterck, S.A. Wich, and P.C. Wright.  Evolution, Ottawa, Ontario. July 2012.

Phytoestrogens in the primate diet: Insight from the red colobus monkey and mountain gorilla.  M.D. Wasserman, J.M. Rothman, A. Taylor-Gutt, C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, D.C. Leitman.  American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 2012.

Invertebrates provide substantial energy and protein for redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius) in Uganda.  M.A. Bryer, D. Raubenheimer, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman (2012) Annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropology, Portland, Oregon, April 2012.

Dietary, behavioral, and hormonal comparisons of female red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) in logged and unlogged areas of Kibale National Park, Uganda.  K. Milich, R. Stumpf, C.A. Chapman, J. Bahr. American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Minneapolis, Minnesota, April 2012.

COSTOPOULOS, A.

 

Chrisomalis S and A Costopoulos (eds) 2013. Human Expeditions: Essays in honour of Bruce Trigger, University of Toronto Press.

Chrisomalis S and A Costopoulos 2013. Bruce Trigger: citizen scholar. In S Chrisomalis and A Costopoulos (eds), Human Expeditions: Essays in honour of Bruce Trigger, University of Toronto Press.

Conference Presentatations

Invited Lecture

Climate instability and the challenge of mobility: lessons from the past 12000 years. The Big Thaw: Policy, governance and climate change in the circumpolar north, The Baldy Center for Law and Social Policy, SUNY Buffalo, 18‐19 April 2013.

GALATY, J.

Publications

Chapters in Books:

Land Grabbing in the Eastern African Rangelands, Ch. 12 In Development at the margins: Pathways of Change in the Horn of Africa, Andy Catley, Jeremy Lind and Ian Scoones, eds., London: Earthscan, at Routledge, 2013: 143-153.

The Indigenization of Pastoral Modernity: Territoriality, Mobility, and Poverty In Dryland Africa, In African Pastoralism: Past, Present, Future. The Emergence, History and Contemporary Political Ecology of African Pastoralism, Michael Bollig and Hans-Peter Wotzka, eds., Oxford: Berghahn Press, 2013: 473-510.

Diversifying Maasai diversification: Macro-level factors and contrasting livelihood pathways in contemporary Kenya, Caroline Archambault, Scott Matter, Stanley Kimaren Riamit and John Galaty, Chapter 5 In Deborah Sick, ed., Rural Livelihoods, Regional Economies and Processes of Change, NY: Routledge, 2014: 58-84 (as senior author, JG wrote first draft, revised final draft, oversaw preparation of the Map, and oversaw publication).

Modern Mobility: Transformations in pastoralist land tenure and territoriality in East Africa, In G. Schlee and A. Khazanov, eds., Conditions of Pastoralist Mobility, Oxford: Berghahn Press, 28 pages mn. (Submitted, Editors finalizing introduction)

Refereed Journal Articles:

Comment on “Response Diversity and Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems”, Paul Leslie And J. Terrence McCabe, Current Anthropology, Vol. 54, No. 2 (April 2013), Pp. 114-143 (Galaty, P. 131).

The Collapsing Platform for Pastoralism: Land Sales and Land Loss in Kajiado County, Kenya, Nomadic Peoples, Vol. 17, Issue 2, 2013: 20-39.

Institutional factors affecting wild edible plant (WEP) harvest and consumption in semi-arid Kenya (S. Shumsky, G. Hickey, T. John, B. Pelletier, J. Galaty), Land Use Policy, Vol. 38, May 2014: 48-69.[JG wrote tenure sections and contributed to overall revision]                Http://Authors.Elsevier.Com/Sd/Article/S0264837713002093

Animal Spirits and Mimetic Affinities: The semiotics of intimacy in Maasai human/animal identities, Special Issue on Critical perspectives on multispecies ethnography, Alan Smart and Josephine Smart, eds., Critique of Anthropology, Volume 34, Issue 1, March 2014: 30 - 47. 

‘Unused’ Land And Unfulfilled Promises: Justifications For Displacing Communities In East Africa, Nomadic Peoples, Vol. 18, Issue 1, 2014: 80-93.

Obituary for Pierre Bonte, with a Select Bibliography of His Major Works (Barbara Casciarri and John Galaty), Nomadic Peoples, Vol. 18, Issue 1, 2014: 3-14.

Lands of the Future: Transforming Pastoral Lands and Livelihoods in Northeast Africa

(Jon Abbink, Kelly Askew, Echi Gabbert, John Galaty, Shauna LaTosky, Jean Lydall, John Markakis, Günther Schlee, Ivo Strecker, David Turton), Working Paper, Max Planck Institute (31 pages, Submitted & Under Review).

Book Reviews:

Review of “Pastoralism & Politics in Northern Kenya & Southern Ethiopia”, by G. Schlee and A. Shongolo, Anthropos, September 2013 – Anthropos 108.2013/1: 707-708.

Review of Lidweien Kapteijns, Clan Cleansing in Somalia: The Ruinous Legacy of 1991, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013; International Journal of African Historical Studies, Vol. 46, No. 1B, 2014: 15-16.

Review of G. Schlee with A. Shongolo, Islam and Ethnicity in Northern Kenya & Southern Ethiopia, Woodbridge, Suffolk: James Currey Press, 2012; Nomadic Peoples, Vol. 18, No. 2 (2014) (7 pages In Press).

Review of G. Schlee, Gunther and A. Shongolo, Pastoralism and Politics in Northern Kenya and Southern Ethiopia, James Currey. (2012); G. Schlee and E. Watson, Changing Identifications and Alliances in North-East Africa. Volume 2: Ethiopia and Kenya. Berghahn Books. (2009); G. Schlee, Gunther and E. Watson, Changing Identifications and Alliances in North-East Africa. Volume 3: Sudan, Uganda and the Ethiopia-Sudan Borderlands. Berghahn Books. (2009). African Studies Review (4 pages, In Press).

Encyclopedia Entry:

Pastoralism in Anthropology, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Second Edition, 2015 (21 pages, In press), edited by James D. Wright, Kidlington, Oxford: Elsevier Ltd.

Conference Presentations

2013 Friction, Creativity and Core Values: Curriculum for the Future, Arts Talks for the BA Curriculum Review, Faculty of Arts, University of Alberta, 1 February.

2013 The Collapsing Platform for Pastoralism in East Africa: Resilience in the Face of Appropriation of Rangelands, Session on the Emerging world of pastoralists and nomads, Commission on Nomadic Peoples, IUAES Congress, Manchester, 5-10 August.

2013 Reasserting the Commons: Pastoral Contestations of Private and State Lands in East Africa, Session on Pastoralism and the New Commons: Co-Management, Conflict and Cooperation (J. Galaty & M. Bollig, co-organizers), AAA meetings, Chicago, November 20-23.

Commentator/Panel Discussion/Seminar:

2013 Conference on Gender and Property, International Development Studies, University of Utrecht, 14-15 January.

2013 Chair, Panel on Resource Use, Indian Ocean World Centre Graduate Conference, McGill University, 25 April.

2013 Panelist, Land Governance, Food Insecurity, and Climate Change: Harnessing Knowledge and Seeking Solutions: A Panel Discussion, Joint Session of the Canadian Association for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CALACS) and the Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS), Carleton University, 3 May.

2013 Discussant, Session on Strategic Voices: Women, Youth and Subalterns in Rural Africa, 2 May; and Session on Social Cohesion in Kenya: Changes in the State, Markets and Communication, 3 May, Canadian Association of African Studies (CAAS) Annual Meeting, Carleton University.

2013 Enhancing Ecologically Resilient Food Security Through Innovative Farming Systems in the Semi-Arid Midlands of Kenya, The Knowledge Integration Workshop, June 17–18, Rainbow Ruiru Resort, Ruiru, Kenya.

2013 First Workshop on the “Institutional Canopy of Conservation”, SSHRC/IDRC Partnership Project Application Preparation Grant, African Conservation Centre, Nairobi, August 19th (Co-Chair with Dr. David Western and Lucy Waruingi, ACC).

2013 Second Workshop on the “Institutional Canopy of Conservation”, SSHRC/IDRC ICaPP Partnership Project Application Preparation Grant, Centre for Society, Technology and Development, McGill University, September 16-17thth (Convener).

2013 Presentation on the Committee on Academic Staff Compensation (CASC), MAUT Compensation Retreat, McGill University, Oct. 4th.

Meetings Organized:

2013 First Workshop on the “Institutional Canopy of Conservation”, SSHRC/IDRC Partnership Project Application Preparation Grant, African Conservation Centre, Nairobi, August 19th (with Dr. David Western and Lucy Waruingi, ACC).

2013 Second Workshop on the “Institutional Canopy of Conservation”, SSHRC/IDRC ICaPP Partnership Project Application Preparation Grant, Centre for Society, Technology and Development, McGill University, September 16-17thth.

2013 Session on “Pastoralism and the New Commons: Co-Management, Conflict and Cooperation (M. Bollig, C. Greiner, J. Galaty, co-organizers), AAA meetings, Chicago, November 22nd.

LEMONS, K.

 

Book chapter

2013. “When Marriage Breaks Down, How Do Contracts Matter? Marriage Contracts and Divorce in Contemporary North India.” In Shalini Grover, Ravinder Kaur, and Rajni Palriwala (eds.) Marriage in Globalizing Contexts: Exploring Change and Continuity in South Asia. Delhi: Orient Blackswan.

Refereed Journal Article

2014. “Rules of Law: Sharia Panic and The US Constitution in the House of Representatives.” Cultural Studies. Co-Authored with Joshua Chambers-Letson.

Encyclopaedia Entry

2012. “Alternative Dispute Resolution.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Law.

Lecture/Conference Paper

“The Ethics and Politics of NGO Anthropology,” Future of NGO Studies Conference, Chicago, IL, November 2013.

"Reconfiguring Law? NGOs and Gender Justice In Urban India," American Anthropological Association, Annual Meeting, November 2012

MANOUKIAN, S.

 

Book Chapters

2013 “The Ruins of Shiraz: History Memory and Forgetting in the Islamic Republic of Iran,” in Remembering the Past in Iranian Cultures. C. Allison and Philip Kreyenbroek eds. Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden.  pp. 95-109.

2013 “The Ruins of the Others: History and Modernity in Iran” In Modernity’s Classics. S.H.Humphreys and R.G. Wagner eds. Springer, Heidelberg. pp. 211-230.

Conference Presentations

2013. “Poetry as a Mode of Existence in Modern Iran” invited lectures at  Yale University (Department of Anthropology, April 6

2013.”Managing People and Things in Contemporary Iran” presented at CRASSH workshop (University of Cambridge) Cultures and Politics of the Transregional: Sovereignty between Empires and States. Cambridge UK, June 6-8.

2013. “Poetry as a Mode of Existence in Modern Iran” invited lectures at New York University (Iran’s initiative) March 28

NIEZEN, R.

 

Book

Niezen, Ronald. Truth and Indignation: Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013).

Book Chapters

Niezen, Ronald.  The Law’s Legal Anthropology, in Human Rights at the Crossroads, edited by Mark Goodale (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013) 185-197.

Articles in Refereed Journals (Paper or Electronic)

Niezen, Ronald. Internet Suicide: Communities of Affirmation and the Lethality of Communication. Transcultural Psychiatry (2013) 50(2): 303-322.

Niezen, Ronald and Marie-Pierre Gadoua.  Témoignage et histoire dans la Commission de vérité et de réconciliation du Canada. Canadian Journal of Law and Society / Revue Canadienne Droit et         Société (2013) 28 (2): 1-22.

Conference Presentations

“Rights Claims and the Construction of Heritage”; 15 January 2013; World Archaeological Congress- 7; The Dead Sea, Jordan.

Keynote: “Public Justice and the Comparative Study of Indigenous Rights and Identity”; 27 January 2013; International Symposium, Indigenous Identity and the Discourse of Indigeneity in the Age of Neo-liberalism; University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.

“Human Rights NGOs and Strategies of Public Justice in Sub-Saharan Africa”; 2 February 2013; Invited lecture; Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto Japan.

“The Ethnography of Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Residential Schools”; 22 February 2013; STANDD (Society for Technology and Development), Department of Anthropology, McGill University.

“Public Justice and the Comparative Study of Human Rights Campaigns in Sub-Saharan Africa”; 4 April 2013; Invited lecture; Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany.

“Justice Lobbying and the Politics of Indigenous Identity in Africa and the Americas”; 11 April 2013; Inaugural lecture, University of Cologne Forum, “Ethnicity as a Political Resource: Perspectives from Africa, Latin America, Asia and Europe”; Cologne University (Universität zu Köln, Philosophische Fakultät), Cologne, Germany.

“Human Rights Confessionals: Configurations of Injustice and Identity in Apologies and Truth Commissions”; 22 April 2013; Workshop on “Native Residential Schools: Legacies for Research”; Université de Montréal, Québec.

“Histoire, mémoire, et témoignage dans la Commission de vérité et de réconciliation du Canada”; 10 mai 2013 ; 81e Congrès de l’ACFAS (Association francophone pour le savoir), Université Laval, Québec.

“Connaissances stratégiques et histoire thérapeutique en anthropologie militante”; 10 mai 2013 ; 81e Congrès de l’ACFAS (Association francophone pour le savoir), Université Laval, Québec.

“The Reverse Epistemology of Legal Idealism”; 2 June 2013; Law and Society Association, annual meeting; Boston, U.S.A.

Keynote: “Collective Rights and the Construction of Heritage”; 24 October 2013; International Workshop, “Archaeologies of Us and Them—Debating the ethics and politics of ethnicity and indigeneity in archaeology and heritage discourse; Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden.

“The Sense of Injustice: Emotion and Absence in Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools”; 1November 2013; Faculty Seminar; Faculty of Law, McGill University.

“Traumatic Memory in Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools’; 14 November 2013; Workshop, Cree Board of Health and Social Services of James Bay; Montreal, Quebec.

“Indigenous Peoples and the Ethnography of Human Rights”; 22 November 2013; American Anthropological Association, Annual Conference; Chicago, U.S.A.

NORGET, K.

 

Book Chapter

2013 “Neo-Baroque Catholic Evangelism in Post-secular Mexico". Book chapter for special volume on ‘Identities in the Hispanic Baroque’, Jesús Perez-Magallon, ed. (In press, Ashgate).

Conference Presentations

Invited Lectures and Workshops

2012.     Representative of Latin American Research Review). Working Group-Conference on Religion, Social Movements, and Progressive Reform in Latin America. Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs, Boston University; May 6-7, 2012.

Presentations and Workshops

2013:     Presenter. “Blood, Wax, and Papal Potencies: Carnalizing Political Theologies in Post-Secular Mexico”. On Panel ‘Resurrections: Revivals and Transformations in Social Life’, Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans (23 November).

2013.   Co-Organizer. Panel: ‘Toward an Anthropology of Catholicism: On Carnality, Ambiguity, and ‘the Homely’ Meeting of the Society for the Anthropology of Religion, Pasadena, California, April 15.

2013.     Presenter. “Brown-skinned Saints, Papal Kisses, & the Enchantment of                Universal Truths:  Neo-Baroque Catholic Evangelism in Post-secular Mexico”. On Panel,               ‘Toward an Anthropology of Catholicism’; Meeting of the Society for the Anthropology of Religion, Pasadena, California, April 15.

2013.     Discussant. On panel: “Settings in Motion”. 5th Annual McGill Anthropology Graduate Student Conference, Montreal (22 March).

2012       Discussant. On panel. 'The significance and persistence of radical theologies in Latin America'. Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association (LASA), San        Francisco, May.

2012.     Discussant. On panel:”. 4th Annual McGill Anthropology Graduate Student Conference, Montreal (March).

SALZMAN, P.C.

 

Book

Classic Comparative Anthropology, Waveland, 2012

Conference Presentations

2013 “The Great Chinese Grasslands and the Destiny of Their Pastoral Peoples,” Department of Anthropology, McGill University, 21 October

2013 “Nomads, Tribes, States, Empires,” Near East Archaeology Institute, Sydney, 22 May

2013 “The Great Chinese Grasslands and Their Transformations,” China Studies Centre, University of Sydney, 2 May

2013 “Tribes Today: In Anthropology and the World,” Department of Anthropology, University of Sydney, 12 April

2013 “Culture as a Strategic Resource in Adaptation to Environmental Niches and Changing Circumstances,” Near East Archaeology Section, University of Sydney, 25 March

2013 “Comparative Analysis in Anthropology,” Department of Archaeology, University of Sydney, 13 March

2012 “The Meeting of the Twain: Tribe and State,” Arabian Frontiers invitational conference, University of Ottawa & Carleton University, Ottawa, 11 October

2012  “Tribes and States in History and Today,” American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, 26 September

2012  “Identity and History in Baluchistan,” Invitational Conference, Brock University, 8 September

2012  “Political and Cultural Dynamics in Iranian Baluchistan,” Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Ottawa, 21 August

2012 "Understanding Cultural Differences: Theory and Method in Cultural Anthropology," Faculta’ delle lingue straniere, Ragusa, 18 May

2012  “Cultural Differences May Not Be Mentioned: Multiculturalism and Self Censorship in Norway, Ph.D. program seminar, University of Messina, 4 May

2012  “Culture and Cultural Heritage: A Word of Caution,” International Forum on “What Can We Do for the Protection of Cultural Heritage in Kyrgyz Republic Now?” American University of Central Asia, 14 April

2012 “The Rise of Political Islam in the Middle East,” American University of Central Asia, 11 April

2012 “Research Design,” Senior Research Seminar, American University of Central Asia, 10 April

2012 “Whither Comparative Analysis?” Disciplines General Meeting, Open Society Foundations, Budapest, 24 March

2012 "Can ‘Culture’ Help Explain Middle East Conflicts?" Department of Anthropology, and Centre for International Policy Studies, University of Ottawa, 26 January

SAVELLE, J.

 

Book

Nobuhiro Kishigami, Hisashi Hamaguchi, and James M. Savelle (eds.)    Anthropological Studies of Whaling: Senri Ethnological Series 84.  Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology.                2013

Book Chapters

James M. Savelle and Nobuhiro Kishigami. “Anthropological Research on Whaling: Prehistoric, Historic and Current Contexts,” in Anthropological Studies of Whaling, edited by Nobuhiro Kishigami, Hisashi Hamaguchi, and James M. Savelle, 1-48. (Osaka: Senri Ethnological Series 84, 2013).

Nobuhiro Kishigami, Hisashi Hamaguchi, and James M. Savelle, preface to Anthropological Studies of Whaling, edited by Nobuhiro Kishigami, Hisashi Hamaguchi, and James M. Savelle, i-ii. (Osaka: Senri Ethnological Series 84, 2013).

Hisashi Hamaguchi, James M. Savelle, and Nobuhiro Kishigami. “Concluding Remarks,” in Anthropological Studies of Whaling, edited by Nobuhiro Kishigami, Hisashi Hamaguchi, and James M. Savelle, 355-357. (Osaka: Senri Ethnological Series 84, 2013).

Refereed Journal Articles

James M. Savelle and Arthur S. Dyke, “Paleoeskimo occupation history of Foxe Basin: Implications for the core-area model and for Dorset origins.” American Antiquity (in press, April 2014).

James M. Savelle and Arthur S. Dyke, “Prehistoric Neoeskimo komatiks, Victoria Island, Arctic Canada.” Arctic (in press June 2014).

James M. Savelle, Arthur S. Dyke, Peter J. Whitridge, and Melanie Poupart, “Paleoeskimo Demography on Western Victoria Island, Arctic Canada: Implications for Social Organization and Longhouse Development,” Arctic 65 (2012): 167-181.

McLoud, B., A., Frasier, T.A., Dyke, A.S., Savelle, J.M., and White, N.B., “Examination of Ten Thousand Years of Mitochondrial DNA Diversity and Population Demographics in Bowhead Whales (Balaena mysticetus) of the Central Canadian Arctic.” Marine Mammal Science 28 (2012): 426-443.

Conference Presentations

James M. Savelle, “Prehistoric Inuit responses to Changes in the Marine Environment in the Canadian Arctic.” Paper presented at the 27th International Abashiri Symposium, Abashiri, Japan. October 10-14, 2012. Invited paper.

James M. Savelle, “Prehistoric and Early Historic Whaling in Japan.” Paper presented at the Symposium  “Japan on the Edge,” Annual Conference of the Japan Studies Association of Canada, Saskatoon,  Saskatchewan. October 3-6, 2013.

Co-organized (with Professor Fumiko Ikawa-Smith) a symposium entitled  ‘Japanese Whaling in the Twenty-First Century’ for the Annual Conference of the Japan Studies Association of Canada, October 3-6, 2013, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

SCOTT, C.

 

Book Chapters

Scott, Colin H. 2013. “Ontology and Ethics in Cree Hunting: Animism, Totemism and Practical Knowledge.” In The Handbook of Contemporary Animism, edited by Graham Harvey, 159-166. Durham, UK: Acumen.

Scott, Colin H. 2013. “Le partage des ressources au Québec: perspectives et stratégies autochtones.” In Les Autochtones et le Québec: Des premiers contacts au Plan Nord, edited by Alain Beaulieu, Stéphan Gervais and Martin Papillon, 363-384. Montréal: Les Presses de l'Université de Montréal, collection Paramètres.

Conference Presentations

Scott, Colin H. 2013. “Maintaining the world through a logic of relationships: returning to hunt among James Bay Crees.” Paper presented in the session ‘Ontological relationships to the land’ at the 10th Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, University of Liverpool, 25-28 June.

Scott, Colin H. 2013. Roundtable panelist on “Histories and Reflections on Engagement with and among James Bay Crees of Northern Quebec,” Canadian Anthropology Society Meetings, University of Victoria, May 8-11.

STARZMANN, M.

 

Book Chapter

Starzmann, Maria Theresia. 2013. “Spontaneity and habitus: Stone tool production in communities of practice at Fıstıklı Höyük,” in Interpreting the Late Neolithic in Upper Mesopotamia, ed. By Olivier Nieuwenhuyse, Reinhard Bernbeck, Peter M.M.G. Akkermans, and Jana Rogasch. Turnhout: Brepols Publishers, pp. 161-169.

Refereed Journal Articles

Starzmann, Maria Theresia. 2013. Occupying the past: Colonial rule and archaeological practice in Israel/Palestine. Archaeologies 9(3): 546-571. (Online first publication, doi: 10.1007/s11759-013-9246-z)

Starzmann, Maria Theresia. 2013. Excavating Tempelhof airfield: Objects of memory and the politics of absence. Rethinking History: 1-19. (Online first publication, doi: 10.1080/13642529.2013.858453)

Conference Presentation

 “The materiality of forced labor: A political economy approach toward human­object relations.” Conference paper delivered at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association in Chicago, November 20-24, 2013.

STEVENSON, L.

Conference Presentations

“Sounding Death,” Paper presented at the American Anthropological Association annual meetings,  Chicago November 2013.

Discussant for the panel “At The Limit Of Experience” at the American Anthropological Association meetings, Chicago, November 2013.

VACCARO, I.

 

Refereed Journal Articles

Vaccaro, I., Chapman, C., Nyboer, E., Luke, M., Byekwaso, A., Morgan, Ch., Mbabazi, D., Twinomugisha, D. and L. Chapman. 2013. An Interdisciplinary Methodology to Harmonizing Ecology, Economy, and Co-management: Fisheries Exploitation in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. African Journal of Aquatic Science 38 (suppl.): 97-104.

Vaccaro, I., Beltran, O., and Paquet, P.A. 2013. Political Ecology of Conservation: some theoretical genealogies. Journal of Political Ecology 20: 255-272.

Lasanta, T., Beltran, O., and I. Vaccaro. 2013. Socioeconomic and territorial impact of the Ski industry in the Spanish Pyrenees: mountain development and leisure induced urbanization. Pirineos: Journal of Mountain Ecology 168: 103-128.

Vaccaro I. 2013. Comparative Review Essay of Elizabeth Fitting The Struggle for Maize: Campesinos, Workers, and Transgenic Corn in the Mexican Countryside. Durham: Duke University Press 2011 and Andrew S. Mathews Instituting Nature: Authority, Expertise, and Power in Mexican Forests. Cambridge, MA: MIT 2011. Anthropologica 55: 3-4.

Conference Presentations

Invited Lectures and Workshops

2013       Armonizando ecología, economía, y cogestión: la explotación pesquera en el lago Nabugabo, Uganda. Invited guest speaker. Universitat de Valencia.

Storia Politica dei Montagne de la Spagna: il caso dei Pirinei Catalani. Universitá degli Studi di Milano.

                Digital Environmental Humanities Workshop. SSHRC Connections Grant. McGill University.

2012       The 21st century European Peasant: the case of the Catalan Pyrenees. 2012 Distinguished Lecture in the Anthropology of Europe.  Sponsored by the European Field Studies program of the Department of Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

Fisheries exploitation in the lakes of East Africa:  harmonizing ecology, economy and politics. Invited speaker for Northwest Fisheries Science Center’s Human Dimensions Program  National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Seattle, Washington.

Territorial genealogies and fauna politics: political ecology of the Pyrenees. Invited guest speaker in Political Ecology. New York University.

Understanding people and landscapes through Anthropology.Marianapolis College, Montreal.

Anthropology and Conservation. For the Indigenous Stewardship of Environment and Alternative Development, McGill University.

Conference Papers and Presentations

2013       Introducing the Anthropology of Disconnection: the Political Ecology of Post-Industrial Regimes. American Anthropology Association Meetings, Chicago. Co-authors: Harper, K. and S. Murray.

                Public and Private Pathways to Prosperity in the Pyrénées Mountains. American Anthropology Association Meetings, Chicago. Co-authors: Murray, S. and O. Beltran.

2012       Traditional space and governmentality: modernizing premodern territorialities. American Association of Geographers, New York. Co-author: Dawson, A.

Naturalezas: políticas, mercados y narrativas. I Congreso Internacional Repensando los Límites del Patrimonio Cultu-Natural. Valencia. Co-author: Beltran, O.

Localizing fisheries systems: habitats, species, and fishing effort in the East African Lakes. Poster presented at World Fisheries Conference, Edinburgh. Co-author: Chapman, L.

Organized Symposia

2013       Teoría del patrimonio natural: transversalidad conceptual. Grupo de investigación sobre el patrimonio. Universitat de Barcelona.

Anthropologies of disconnection: the political ecology of post-industrial futures. American Anthropology Association Meetings, Chicago. Co-organizer: S. Murray.

YOUNG, A.

Refereed Journal Articles

2013. Myth, legitimacy, and humanitarian reasoning. Anthropology Now 5:93-98.

2013. Commentary on “Did Christianity cause schizophrenia?” Transcultural Psychiatry 50: 430-432.

Conference Presentations

March 2013. ‘The Loose Ends of Fieldwork: Emotional care of the self in the ethnography of violence’, University of Copenhagen

November 2013. The neuroscience and epistemology of empathic cruelty. Montreal Neuroethics Network, Institut de recherches cliniques de Montréal.


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From McGill 2012 Annual Report

BENNETT, G. 2012     “Chinese national history and identity narratives and cultural heritage interpretation in Xinjiang,” in Archaeology, regimes, and revolutions: power, violence, and labor in Eurasia between the ancient and the modern, edited by Charles Hartley, G. Bike Yazıcıoglu and Adam T. Smith, pp. 71-95.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
BISSON, M.

Bisson, M. S., Burke, Ariane, Meignen, L., Burke, Adrian.   2012.  “Moinhos and Mina do Paço:Middle Paleolithic lithic chipping stations in the Sado Basin, Alentejo, Portugal.”  O Arqueólogo Português.  Série V, 26:113-148.

Cordova, C., Nowell, A., Bisson, M., Ames, C., Pokines, J., Chang, M., and al-Nahar, M. 2012. Interglacial and glacial desert regufia and the Middle Paleolithic of the Azraq Oasis, Jordan. Quaternary International. XXX: 1-17.

CHAPMAN, C.

Marsh, L.K., C. A. Chapman, V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, A.K. Cobden, J. Dunn, D. Gabriel, R.R. Ghai, V. Nijman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Silva-Lopez, and M. D. Wasserman. Primates in fragments ten years later: once and future goals. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman. Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York. (In Press)


2. Chapman, C.A., R.R. Ghai, R. Reyna-Hurtado, A.L. Jacob, S.M. Koojo, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and T.L. Goldberg. Going, going, gone: A 15-year history of the decline in abundance of primates in forest fragments. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman. Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York (In Press).


3. Arroyo-Rodriguez, V., E. Cuesta-del Moral, S. Mandujano, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado and Lenore Fahrig. Assessing habitat fragmentation effects for primates: the importance of evaluating questions at the correct scale. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman. Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York (In Press).


4. Baranga, D., C.A. Chapman, P. Mucunguzi, and R. Reyna-Hurtado. Fragments and food: red-tailed monkey abundance in forest fragments of Central Uganda. In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman eds. Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York (In Press).


5. Chapman, C.A., Marsh, L., V. Arroyo-Rodriguez, R. Boonratana, A. Cancela, D. Gabriel, R.R. Ghai, S.J. Laborde, Mandujano, V. Nijman, B. Robles, R. Reyna-Hurtado, J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Silva-Lopez, A. Vovides, J. Wallis, and M.D. Wasserman. Primates in fragments ten years later: What has been done and where do we go? In: L.K. Marsh and C.A. Chapman eds. Primates in fragments: complexity and resilience. Springer Press, New York (In Press).


6. Chapman, C.A. The evolution of a conservation biologist. In: K.B. Strier (eds.). Primate Ethnographies. Prentise Hall, New York. (In Press).

7. Chapman, C.A. and J.M. Rothman. Frugivores and folivores: Foraging challenges and social consequences.
In: Social ecology of dolphins, monkeys, and apes: A comparative overview. L. Karczmarski and J.
Yamagiwa eds. University of Chicago Press, Chicago (In Press).

8. Chapman, C.A., T.V. Snaith, and J.F. Gogarten. How ecological conditions affect the abundance and social
organization of folivorous monkeys. In. Social Ecology of Dolphins, Monkeys and Apes: A Comparative
Overview. J. Yamagiwa & L. Karczmarski eds., University of Chicago Press, Chicago, (In Press).

9. Bonnell, T.R., R. Sengupta, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg. Linking disease to landscapes: An agentbased
model simulating the impact of forest composition on the spread of disease in red colobus monkeys.
Proceeding of the Geospatial Analysis and Modeling. (In Press).

10. Twinomugisha, D., M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman. Deriving conservation status for a high altitude
population: Golden monkeys of Mgahinga Gorilla National Park, Uganda. In. S. Gursky, A. Krztn and N.
Grow (eds.). High Altitude Primates, Springer, New York (In Press).

11. Chapman, C.A., J.M. Rothman, and J.E. Lambert 2012 Food as a selective force in primates. In: Mitani J,
Call J, Kappeler P, Palombit R, Silk J, The Evolution of Primate Societies. Chicago University Press, pp.
149-168.

12. Serio-Silva J.C., Y.M. Bonilla-Sanchez, G. Pozo-Montuy, R. Reyna-Hurtado and C.A. Chapman. 2013.
Identifying areas for ecotourism and conservation of threatened species: The model of black howler monkey
in Playas de Catazajá, Mexico. In: A. Yañez-Arancibia, R. Dávalos-Sotelo and E. Reyes (eds), Ecological
dimension for sustainable socioeconomic development, WIT Press, Southampton, UK pp.

13. Goldberg, T.L., S. Paige, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. The Kibale EcoHealth Project: Exploring connections
among human health, animal health, and landscape dynamics in Western Uganda. In: A.A. Aguirre, P.
Daszak, and R.S. Ostfeld editors. Conservation Medicine: Applied Cases of Ecological Health, Oxford
University Press, pp. 452-465.

Submitted
1. Chapman, C.A., B. van Bavel, C. Boodman, R.R. Ghai, J.F. Gogarten, J. Hartter, L.E. Mechak, P.A. Omeja, S.Poonawala, D. Tuli, and T.L. Goldberg. Providing health care to promote people-park relations. Oryx
(Submitted).


2. Ghai, R.R., S.D. Sibley, M. Lauck, J.M. Dinis, A.L. Bailey, C.A. Chapman, P.A. Omeja, T.C. Freidrich, D.H.
O’Connor, T.L. Goldberg. Deep sequencing identifies two genotypes and high viral genetic diversity of
human Pegivirus (GB Virus C) among rural Ugandan patients. Journal of General Virology (Submitted).

3. Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell., R. Sengupta., T.L. Goldberg, and J.M. Rothman. Is Markhamia lutea’s
abundance determined by animal foraging? Forest Ecology and Management. (Submitted)

4. Milich K.M., R,M. Stumpf R.M., and C.A. Chapman Female red colobus monkeys maintain an ideal free
distribution through novel foraging strategies in logged forests. American Journal of Primatology
(Submitted).

5. Dáttilo, W., J.C. Serio-Silva, C.A. Chapman, and V. Rico-Gray. Nested diets in intrapopulation monkey resource networks on a tropical island. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology (Submitted).

6. Milich K.M., R.M. Stumpf, and C.A. Chapman. Timing is everything: expanding the cost-of-sexual-attraction hypothesis. Animal Behaviour (Submitted).


7. Masette,M., G. Isabirye-Basuta, D. Baranga, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. The complexity of
interpreting primate diets: The case of Blighia unijugata use by mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena).
Tropical Conservation Science (Submitted).

8. McCord, A., C.A. Chapman, G. Weny, A. Tumukunde, D. Hyeroba, K. Klotz, A. Koblings, D. Mbora, M. Cregger, B. White, S. Leigh, and T.L. Goldberg. Fecal microbiomes of non-human primates in western Uganda reveal species-specific communities largely resistant to habitat perturbation. American Journal of Primatology (Submitted).


9. Bonnell, T.R., C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, M.D. Wasserman, M. Campenni, J. Gogarten, J. Teichroeb, R. Sengupta. Emergent group level navigation: an agent-based evaluation of movement patterns in a folivorous primate. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology (Submitted).

10. Raubenheimer, D., J.G.E. Machovsky-Capuska, C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. Geometry of nutrition in field studies: an illustration using wild primates. Functional Ecology (Submitted).

11. Serio-Silva, J.C., L.J., Schooler L.J., R. Rhine, and C.A. Chapman. Does contrasting ecological niches provide insights into human memory and selective pressures on early hominid? PLoSOne (Submitted).

12. Reyna-Hurtado, R., H. Beck, C.A. Chapman, A. Keuroghlian, M. Altrichter, , A. Desbiez, J. Moreira, G. O’Farrill, and J. Fragoso. What ecological and anthropogenic factors may effects on group size in white-lipped peccaries (Tayassu pecari)? Biotropica (Submitted)

13. Mikkelson, G.M. and C.A. Chapman. Individualistic environmental ethics: a reduction ad exstinctum. Environmental Ethics (Submitted).

14. Arlet, M.E., R.L. Chancellor, A. Kaasik, C.A. Chapman, F. Molleman, L.A. Isbell, R. Mӓnd, and J.R. Carey Determinants of reproductive success in female gray-cheeked mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena) in Kibale National Park, Uganda. International Journal of Primatology (Submitted).

15. Arlet, M.E., F. Molleman, C.A. Chapman and J.E., Carey. Residence status, dominance rank, and parasite prevalence in male mangabeys. Primates (Submitted)

16. Hanya, G., M. Fuse, S. Aiba, H. Takafumi, R. Tsujino, N. Agetsuma, and C. A. Chapman. Ecosystem impacts of folivory and frugivory by Japanese macaques in Yakushima. Primates (Submitted).

17. Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, T.T. Struhsaker, D. Raubenheimer, D. Twinomugisha, and P.G. Waterman. Cascading effects of global change: Decline in nutritional quality of tropical leaves. PLoS Biology (Submitted).

18. Teichroeb, J.A., C.A. Chapman, P. Sicotte. Folivorous ursine colobus monkeys (Colobus vellerosus) do the Lévy walk. International Journal of Primatology (Submitted).

19. Vaccaro, I., C.A. Chapman, E.A. Nyboer, M. Luke, A. Byekwaso, C. Morgan, D. Mbabazi, D. Twinomugisha, and L.J. Chapman. Harmonizing ecology, economy, and co-management: Fisheries exploitation in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. African Journal of Aquatic Science (Submitted).


Accepted with Revisions
1. Teichroeb, J.A., and C.A. Chapman. Food patch detection and landmark use by wild vervet monkeys. Animal Cognition (Accepted with Revisions).


2. Lauck, M., S.D. Sibleyb, J. Larac, M.A. Purdyc, Y. Khudyakovc, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, W.M. Switzer, C.A. Chapman, A.L. Hughes, T.C. Friedrich, D.H. O’Connor, and TL. Goldberg. A novel GBV-B-like virus with an unusually long and intrinsically disordered NS5A protein in an old-world primate. Journal of Virology (Accepted with Revisions).


3. Tombak, K.J. and C.A. Chapman. Social dynamics in red colobus monkeys indicate egalitarianism and more social partners than expected for a small-brained folivore. American Journal of Physical Anthropology (Accepted with Revisions).


4. Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, T.L. Goldberg, T.E. Ziegler. Physiological and behavioral effects of capture darting on red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) with a comparison to chimpanzee predation. International Journal of Primatology (Accepted with Revisions)

5. Duclos, V., S. Boudreau and C.A. Chapman. Impact of a recalcitrant herbaceous cover (Acanthus pubescens) following logging in a tropical forest on plant-animal interactions and forest regeneration. Journal of Tropical Ecology (Accepted with Revisions).


6. Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, and K. Milton. The potential roles of estrogenic plants in primate ecology and evolution. International Journal of Primatology (Accepted with Revisions).

7. Gogarten, J.F., A.L. Jacob, R.R. Ghai, J.M. Rothman., D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and C.A. Chapman Causes and consequences of changing group sizes in a primate community over 15+ years: Implications of non-equilibrium states. PLoSOne (Accepted with Revisions).


In Press
1. Pozo-Montuy, G., J.C. Serio-Silva, C.A. Chapman, and Y.M. Bonilla-Sánchez. Resource use in a landscape matrix by an arboreal primate: Evidence of supplementation in Alouatta pigra. International Journal of Primatology (In Press).


2. Thurbera, M.I., R.R. Ghai, D. Hyeroba, G. Weny. A. Tumukunde, C.A. Chapman, R.W. Wiseman, J. Dinnise, E.C. Greiner, T.C. Friedich, D.H. O’Connor, and T.L. Goldberg. Co-infection and cross-species transmission of divergent Hepatocystis lineages in a wild African primate community. International Journal for Parasitology (In Press).


3. Bonnell, T.R., R. Sengupta, C.A. Chapman, and T.L. Goldberg. Linking disease to landscapes: An agent-based model simulating the impact of forest composition on the spread of disease in red colobus monkeys. Proceeding of the Geospatial Analysis and Modeling. (In Press).
4. Duclos, V., S. Boudreau and C.A. Chapman. Shrub cover influence on seedling growth and survival following logging of a tropical forest. Biotropica (In Press).


Published
1. Bonnell, T.R., P. Dutilleul, C.A. Chapman, R. Reyna-Hurtado, R. Uriel Hernández-Sarabia, and R. Sengupta Analysing small-scale aggregation in animal visits in space and time: the ST-BBD method. Animal Behaviour (On Line).


2. Valtonen, A., F. Molleman, C.A. Chapman, J.R. Carey, M.P. Ayres and H. Roininen. 2013. Tropical phenology: bi-annual rhythms and interannual variation in an Afrotropical butterfly assemblage. Ecosphere 4:1-28.


3. Hanya, G. and C.A. Chapman. 2013. Linking feeding ecology and abundance: a review of primate resource limitation. Ecological Research 28:183-190.


4. Miyamoto, M.M., J.A. Allen, N. Ting, J.F. Gogarten,and C.A. Chapman. 2013. Microsatellite DNA demonstrates different levels of genetic structure in two, unequally sizes neighboring groups of red colobus monkeys. American Journal of Primatology 75:478–490.


5. Bryer, M.A., C.A. Chapman, and J.M. Rothman. 2013. Diet and polyspecific associations affects spatial patterns among redtail monkeys (Cercopithecus ascanius). Behaviour 150:277-293,

6. Chapman, C.A., J.M. Rothman, and J.E. Lambert 2012 Food as a selective force in primates. In: Mitani J, Call J, Kappeler P, Palombit R, Silk J, The Evolution of Primate Societies. Chicago University Press, pp. 149-168.

7. Laurence, W.F. et al. 2012. Averting biodiversity collapse in tropical forest protected areas. Nature 489:290-294.

8. Wasserman, M.D., C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, D.J. Wittwer and T.E. Ziegler. 2012. Consumption of estrogenic plant foods: Implications for red colobus monkeys (Procolobus rufomitratus) hormonal status. Hormones and Behaviour 62:553-569.

9. González-Zamora, A.,V. Arroyo-Rodríguez, K. Oyama, V. Sork, C.A. Chapman, and K.E. Stoner. 2012. Sleeping sites and latrines of spider monkeys in continuous and fragmented tropical rainforests: implications for seed dispersal and forest regeneration. PLoSOne October 2012, Volume 7, Issue 10,e46852.

10. Chapman, C.A., T.R. Bonnell, J.F. Gogarten, J.E. Lambert, P.A. Omeja, D. Twinomugisha, M.D. Wasserman, and J.M. Rothman. 2013. Primates as ecosystem engineers. International Journal of Primatology 34:1-14.

11. Felton, A.M., A. Felton, D.I. Rumiz, M. Pena-Claros, N. Villaroel, C.A. Chapman, and D.B. Lindenmayer. Commercial harvesting of Ficus timber – An emerging threat to frugivorous wildlife and sustainable forestry. Biological Conservation (In Press).

12. Lauck, M., S. Sibley, D. Hyeroba, A. Tumukunde, G. Weny, C.A. Chapman, N. Ting, W.M. Switzer, J. Kuhn, T.C. Friedrich, D.H. O’Connor, T.L. Goldberg 2012. Exceptional simian hemorrhagic fever virus diversity in a wild African primate community suggests host restriction and a new genus within the Arteriviridae. Journal of Virology 87:688-691.

13. Allen, J.M., M.M. Miyamoto, J. Akwarius, K. Margarini, J. Unvari-Martin, T. Carter and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Population genetics of habitat sensitive red colobus suggest long-term stability of Kibale National Park. Ecology and Evolution 2:2829-2842.

14. Gogarten, J.F., L.M. Brown, C.A. Chapman, M. Cords, D. Doran-Sheehy, L.M. Fedigan, F.E. Grine, S. Perry, A.E. Pusey, E.H.M. Sterck, S.A. Wich, and P.C. Wright. 2012. Seasonal mortality patterns in non-human primates: Implications for variation in selection pressures across environments. Evolution 66:3256-3266.

15. Gogarten, J.F., M. Guzman, C.A. Chapman, A.L. Jacob, P.A. Omeja, and Jessica M. Rothman. 2012. What is the predictive power of the colobine protein-to-fiber model and its conservation value? Tropical Conservation Science 5:381-393.

16. Ghai, R.R. and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Meet the parasites: genetic approaches uncover new insights in parasitology. Taprobanica 4:60-64.

17. Hodder, S.A.M. and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Do Colobus monkeys on humanized forest edges exhibit more severe parasite infections than those on non-humanized forest edges? International Journal of Primatology 33:845-859.

18. Scholl, K., J.M. Allen, F. Leendertz, C.A. Chapman, and D.L. Reed. 2012. Variable microsatellite loci for population genetic analysis of old world monkey lice (Pedicinus sp.). Journal of Parasitology 98:930-937.

19. Chapman, C.A. and J.A. Teichroeb. 2012. What influences the size of groups in which primates choose to live? Nature Education http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/what-influences-the-siz...

20. Chapman, C.A. and J.F. Gogarten. 2012. Primate conservation: Is the cup half empty or half full? Nature Education http://www.nature.com/scitable/knowledge/library/primate-conservation-is...

21. Salyer, S.J., C.A. Chapman and T.L. Goldberg. 2012. Epidemiology and molecular relationships of Cryptosporidium spp. in people, primates, and livestock from western Uganda. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 6:e1597.

22. Evans, D.M., P. Barnard, L.P. Koh, C.A. Chapman, R. Altwegg, T.W.J. Garner, M.E. Gompper, I.J. Gordon, T.E. Katzner, and N. Pettorelli. 2012. Funding nature conservation: who pays. Animal Conservation 15:215-216.

23. Ryan, S.J., J.S. Brashares, C. Walsh, K. Milbers, C. Kilroy and C.A. Chapman. 2012. A survey of gastrointestinal parasites of olive baboons (Papio anubis) in human settlement areas of Mole National Park, Ghana. Journal of Parasitology 98:885-888.

24. Wasserman, M.D., A. Taylor-Gutt, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Chapman, K. Milton, and D.C. Leitman. 2012. The estrogenic plant foods of red colobus monkeys and mountain gorillas in western Uganda. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 148:88-97.

25. Rothman, J.M., C.A. Chapman, and P.J. van Soest. 2012. Methods in primate nutritional ecology: A user’s guide. International Journal of Primatology 33:542-566.

26. Chapman, C.A., D.D. Bowman, R.R. Ghai, T.L. Goldberg, J.F. Gogarten, J.M. Rothman, D. Twinomugisha, and C. Walsh. 2012. Protozoan parasites in group-living primates: Testing the biological island hypothesis. American Journal of Primatology 74:510-517.

27. Bonilla-Sanchez,Y.M., J.C. Serio-Silva, G. Pozo-Montuy and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Howlers are able to survive in Eucalyptus plantations where remnant and regenerating vegetation is available. International Journal of Primatology 33:233-245.

28. Hartter, J., M.D. Stampone, S.J. Ryan, K. Kirner, C.A. Chapman and A. Goldman. 2012. Patterns and perceptions of climate change around a biodiversity hotspot. PlosOne 7:e32408.

29. Omeja, P.A., J. Obua, A. Rwetsiba and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Biomass accumulation in tropical lands with different disturbance histories: Contrasts within one landscape and across regions. Forest Ecology and Management 269:293-300.

30. Reyna-Hurtado, R., C.A. Chapman, S. Calmé, and E.J. Pedersen. 2012. Searching in heterogeneous and limiting environments: foraging strategies of white-lipped peccary (Tayassu pecari). Journal of Mammalogy 93:124-133.

31. MacKenzie, C., C.A. Chapman, and R. Sengupta. 2012. Spatial patterns of illegal resource extraction in Kibale National Park, Uganda. Environmental Conservation 39:38-50.

32. Baranga, D., G. Isabirye-Basuta, J.A. Teichroeb, and C.A. Chapman. 2012. Crop raiding patterns of solitary and social groups of red-tailed monkeys in Uganda. Tropical Conservation Science 5:104-111.

33. Janmaat, K.R.L., C.A. Chapman, R. Meijer, and K. Zuberbuhler. 2012. The use of fruiting synchronicity by foraging mangabeys (Lophocebus albigena). Animal Cognition 15:83-96.

34. Tombak, K.H., A.J. Reid, A.J., C.A. Chapman, J.M. Rothman, C.A. Johnson, and R. Reyna-Hurtado. 2012. Patch depletion behavior differs between sympatric folivorous primates. Primates 53:57-64.

COSTOPOULOS, A.

Costopoulos A 2012. The strange disappearance of Earnest Hooton. In Niinimaki et al (eds), Stones, Bones and Thoughts: Essay in honour of Milton Nunez, Oulu University.

Dalva M, M Kalacska, TR Moore, A Costopoulos 2012. Detecting Graves with methane, Geoderma 189-190:18-27.
 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.geoderma.2012.04.012

A Costopoulos, S Vaneeckhout, J Okkonen, I Paberzyte, E Hulse and CD Wren 2012. Social complexity in the mid-Holocene northeastern Bothnian Gulf. European Journal of Archaeology 15:41-60.

 Vaneeckhout S, J Okkonen, and A Costopoulos. 2012. Paleoshorelines and prehistory on the eastern Bothnian Bay coast (Finland): local environmental variability as a trigger for social change. Polar Geography.

Costopoulos A 2012. Can simulation be more than a heuristic device for the study of religion? Comment on Whitehouse et al, The role for simulations in theory construction for the social sciences: Case studies concerning Divergent Modes of Religiosity, Religion Brain and Behavior 2:203-05.

GALATY, J.

Chapter: Land Grabbing in the Eastern African Rangelands, Ch. 12 In Development at the margins: Pathways of Change in the Horn of Africa, Andy Catley, Jeremy Lind and Ian Scoones, eds., London: Earthscan, at Routledge, 2013: 143-153.

Refereed Journal Article: Comment on “Response Diversity and Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems”, Paul Leslie and J. Terrence McCabe, Current Anthropology, Vol. 54, No. 2 (April 2013), pp. 114-143 (Galaty, p. 131).

Chapter: The Indigenization of Pastoral Modernity: Territoriality, Mobility, and Poverty In Dryland Africa, In African Pastoralism: Past, Present, Future. The Emergence, History and Contemporary Political Ecology of African Pastoralism, Michael Bollig and Hans-Peter Wotzka, eds., Oxford: Berghahn Press, 2013: 473-510.

Refereed Journal Article: In Press. Review of “Pastoralism & Politics in Northern Kenya & Southern Ethiopia”, by G. Schlee and A. Shongolo, Anthropos, September 2013 – Anthropos 108.2013/1.

Chapter: In Press. Diversifying Maasai diversification: Macro-level factors and contrasting livelihood pathways in contemporary Kenya, Caroline Archambault, Scott Matter, Stanley Kimaren Riamit and John Galaty, Chapter 5 In Deborah Sick, ed., Rural Livelihoods, Regional Economies and Processes of Change, NY: Routledge, 2014.

Refereed Journal Article: In Press. Animal Spirits and Mimetic Affinities: The semiotics of intimacy in Maasai human/animal identities, Special Issue on Critical perspectives on multispecies ethnography, Alan Smart and Josephine Smart, eds., Critique of Anthropology, Vol. 34.1, March 2014 (26 pg mn.)

Chapter: In Press. Pastoralism in Anthropology, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Second Edition, edited by James D. Wright, Kidlington, Oxford: Elsevier Ltd.

Chapter: Submitted. Modern Mobility: Transformations in pastoralist land tenure and territoriality in East Africa, In G. Schlee and A. Khazanov, eds., Conditions of Pastoralist Mobility, Oxford: Berghahn Press, 28 pages mn. (Editors finalizing introduction)

KOHN, E. (2012) “Anthropology Beyond the Human.” Cambridge Anthropology 30 (2): 136-140.
LEMONS, K.

Forthcoming. “Rules of Law: Sharia Panic and The US Constitution in the House of Representatives.” Cultural Studies. Co-Authored with Joshua Chambers-Letson.

Forthcoming. “When Marriage Breaks Down, How Do Contracts Matter? Marriage Contracts and Divorce in Contemporary North India.” In Shalini Grover, Ravinder Kaur, and Rajni Palriwala (eds.) Marriage in Globalizing Contexts: Exploring Change and Continuity in South Asia. Delhi: Orient Blackswan.

Forthcoming. “Alternative Dispute Resolution.” In Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Law.

MANOUKIAN, S.

Review of Najmabadi, S (ed.) Conceptualizing Iranian Anthropology, in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute Vol 17 (3): 669–670.

Review of Mirsepassi, Ali, Political Islam, Iran and the Enlightment: Philosophies of Hope and Despair, in Contemporary Islam, Published on line 18 February 2012

NIEZEN, R.

Truth and Indignation: Canada’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission on Indian Residential Schools. University of Toronto Press. Accepted: Dec. 2012 To appear: Oct 2013

Public Justice and the Anthropology of Law, Arabic translation. Arab Network for Research and Publishing In progress 2012 - 2013

2012 “The Law’s Legal Anthropology” in Human Rights at the Crossroads, edited by Mark Goodale. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

In press. “Internet Suicide: Communities of Affirmation and the Lethality of Communication.” Transcultural Psychiatry. Online, pp. 1-20.

In press. Ronald Niezen and Marie-Pierre Gadoua, “Témoignage et histoire dans la Commission de Vérité et Réconciliation du Canada,” Canadian Journal of Law and Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Société.

In press. “Violence and Un-civil Society in Côte d’Ivoire: A Review Essay.” Anthropologica.

“Identities," in Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, edited by George Ritzer, Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

SALZMAN, P.C.

Classic Comparative Anthropology. Waveland. 2012

“Tribes and States: Some Theoretical Issues,” New Perspectives on Tribes, Tribalism and State Formtion in the Middle East: Studies in Memory of Joseph Kostiner, Uzi Rabi, editor, submitted and accepted 2012

“Identity and History in Baluchistan,” Journal of the Middle East and Africa, submitted and accepted 2012

“Cultural Differences May Not Be Mentioned: Multiculturalism and Self Censorship in Norway,Festschrift for Robin Fox, submitted and accepted 2012

Comment on “Response Diversity and Resilience in Social-Ecological Systems,” Paul Leslie and J. Terrence McCabe, Current Anthropology, submitted 2012.

SAVELLE, J.

Savelle, J.M., Dyke, A.S., Whitridge, P.W. and Poupart, M. 2012 Paleoeskimo Demography on Western Victoria Island, Arctic Canada: Implications for Social Organization and Longhouse Development. Arctic 65(2): 167-181.

McLoud, B., A., Frasier, T.A., Dyke, A.S.,  Savelle, J.M., and White, N.B. 2012 Examination of Ten Thousand Years of Mitochondrial DNA Diversity and Population Demographics in Bowhead Whales (Balaena mysticetus) of the Central Canadian Arctic. Marine Mammal Science 28(4): 426-443.

SCOTT, C. Mulrennan, Monica, Rodney Mark and Colin Scott. “Revamping Community-based Conservation through Participatory Research.” The Canadian Geographer 56(2): 243–259.
STEVENSON, L. (2012). "The psychic life of biopolitics: Survival, cooperation, and Inuit community." American Ethnologist 39(3): 592-613.
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