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PUBLICATIONS

 

Books and Edited Volumes

2015

Kenneth Farnsworth, Terrance Martin and Angela R. Perri Modified Predator Mandible and Maxilla Artifacts and Symbolism in Illinois Hopewell. Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois, Urbana

2014

Frederick Foulds, Helen Drinkall, Angela R. Perri, David Clinnick and James Walker, editors Wild Things: Recent Advances in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Research. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

 

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles and Book Sections

In press

Perri, Angela R., Susann Heinrich, Shira Gur-Arieh, Jeffrey J. Saunders
Earliest evidence of Toxocara in a 1.2-million-year-old extinct hyena (Pachycrocuta brevirostris) coprolite from NW Pakistan. Journal of Parasitology

In press

Perri, Angela R.
A Typology of Dog Deposition in Archaeological Contexts. In Bone Man: Essays in Memory of Tony Legge – Hunter, Fisherman, Fowler and Zooarchaeologist, edited by Peter Rowley-Conwy, Paul Halstead and Dale Serjeanstson. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

2016

Perri, Angela R.
2016 Hunting Dogs as Environmental Adaptations in Jomon Japan. Antiquity

 

Frantz, Laurent A. F., Victoria E. Mullin, Maud-Pionnier Capitan, Ophelie Lebrasseur, Morgane Ollivier, Angela R. Perri, Anna Linderholm, Valeria Mattiangeli, Matthew Teasdale, Evangelos A. Dimopoulos, Anne Tresset, Marilyne Duffraisse, Finbar McCormick, László Bartosiewicz, Erika Gál, Éva Nyerges, Mikhail V. Sablin, Stéphanie Bréhard, Marjan Mashkour, Adrian Balasescu, Benjamin Gillet, Sandrine Hughes, Oliver Chassaing, Christophe Hitte , Jean-Denis Vigne, Keith Dobney, Catherine Hänni, Daniel G. Bradley and Greger Larson
Genomic and Archaeological Evidence suggest a Dual Origin of Domestic Dogs. Science

 

Perri, Angela R. and Sandra Sázelová
The Role of Large Canids: Preliminary Variabilities Forming the Population Structure in Moravia. In Dolní Věstonice II: Chronostratigraphy, Paleoethnology, Paleoanthropology, edited by Jiri Svoboda. Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Institute of Archaeology, Brno.

 

Perri, Angela R.
A Wolf in Dog’s Clothing: Initial Dog Domestication and Pleistocene Wolf Variation. Journal of Archaeological Science   

2015

Perri, Angela R., Terrance Martin and Kenneth Farnsworth
A Bobcat Burial and Other Reported Intentional Animal Burials from Illinois Hopewell Mounds. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 40(3): 282-301.

 

Perri, Angela R., Geoff Smith and Marjolein Bosch
Comment on ‘How do you kill 86 mammoths? Taphonomic investigations of mammoth megasites’ by Pat Shipman. Quaternary International 368(11): 112-115.

2012

Larson, Greger, Elinor Karlsson, Angela R. Perri, Matthew Webster, Simon Ho, Joris Peters, Peter Stahl, Phillip Piper, Frode Lingaas, Merete Fredholm, Kenine Comstock, Jaime Modiano, Claude Schelling, Alexander Agoulnik, Peter Leegwater, Keith Dobney, Jean-Denis Vigne, Carles Vilá, Leif Andersson and Kerstin Lindblad-Toh
Rethinking dog domestication by integrating genetics, archeology, and biogeography. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109(23): 8878-8883.

2011

Church, Mike, Rosie Bishop, Emily Blake, Claire Nesbitt, Angela R. Perri, Stephanie Piper and Peter Rowley-Conwy
Tràigh na Beirigh, Uig. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New Series 12: 194-195.

 

Church, Mike, Rosie Bishop, Emily Blake, Claire Nesbitt, Angela R. Perri, Stephanie Piper and Peter Rowley-Conwy
Temple Bay, Harris. Discovery and Excavation in Scotland, New Series 12: 187.

 

Manuscripts in Review and Preparation

In review

Perri, Angela R.
Dogs as Hunting Weapons: The Advent of Animal Biotechnology. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology (revise and resubmit)

In prep

Perri, Angela R., Greger Larson and Peter Rowley-Conwy
Prehistoric Hunting Dogs as Global Pleistocene-Holocene Climate Change Adaptations (for submission to Science)

 

Perri, Angela R. and Sandra Sázelová
Variability in Canids from Dolní Věstonice II (Czech Republic): Paleolithic Dog Domestication or Pleistocene Wolf Ecomorphs? (for submission to Journal of Archaeological Science)

 

Perri, Angela R., Greger Larson, Clive Wynne and Ardern Hulme-Beaman
On the Origin of Dogs (for submission to Quaternary Science Reviews)

 

Cooper, Catherine, Angela R. Perri, Jess Burns, Jeremy Koster and Michael Richards
Isotopic analysis of dietary variability between demographic groups of Nicaraguan villagers (for submission to American Journal of Physical Anthropology)

 

Janssens, Luc, Rebecca Miller, Szofia Viranyi, Stefan Van Dongen, Marc Nussbaumer, Achiel Gautier and Angela R. Perri
Morphometric and Morphological Differences between Wolves and Dogs: from Story Telling to Story Testing (for submission to Journal of Archaeological Science)

 

Sázelová, Sandra, Angela R. Perri, Michaela Polanská and Bibiana Hromadová
New finds from Dolní Věstonice II (Czech Republic): Two objects, different interpretations (for submission to PLOS One)

 

Technical Reports

2011

Martin, Terrance and Angela R. Perri
2011 Animal Remains from the Getewaaking Site (20MK457), a Multiple-Component Middle to Late Woodland Habitation Site on Mackinac Island, Michigan. Illinois State Museum Landscape History Program Technical Report 2011-000-7. Springfield: Illinois State Museum.

Encyclopedia Entries

2014

Perri, Angela R.
Dog: Domestication. In Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, edited by Claire Smith. Springer, New York.

Selected Media about Research

2016

Gorman, James
Where Did Dogs Come From? There May Be Two Answers. The New York Times. June 2.

2016

Lobell, Jarrett
Top Discoveries of 2015 – Baby Bobcat. Archaeology Jan/Feb 2016.

2015

Romey, Kristin
Seven Major Archaeological Discoveries of 2015. National Geographic. December 28.

2015

Grimm, David
Ancient Bobcat had Human Burial. Science 349(6243): 10.

2015

Morell, Virginia
How Wolf Became Dog. Scientific American 313(1): 60-67.

2014

Grimm, David
Did Dogs Help Drive Mammoths to their Graves? Science May 29.

2012

Gorman, James
2‘What Is’ Meets ‘What If’: The Role of Speculation in Science. The New York Times May 24.

2012

Gorman, James
Deeper Digging Needed to Decode a Best Friend’s Genetic Roots. The New York Times May 21.

2012

Staff
Modern dogs have ‘little in common’ with ancient breeds. BBC News May 21.

2010

Balter, Michael
Burying Man’s Best Friend, With Honor. Science 329(5998): 1464-1465.

 

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