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Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series

The Baikal Archaeology Project is pleased to present the first five volumes in our Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series to the academic community. This series includes site reports, monographs, ethnographies, conferences and workshops proceedings, and methodological studies that deal with hunting and gathering peoples from arctic, boreal and sub-boreal regions.

NEW RELEASE FROM University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Baikal Archaeology Project:

Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Life Ways

Edited by Andrzej Weber, M. Anne Katzenberg, and Theodore G. Schurr

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.

344 pages | 6 x 9 | 63 illus. Cloth Feb 2010 | ISBN 978-1-934536-11-7 |

A volume in the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology series

Siberia’s Lake Baikal region is an archaeologically unique and emerging area of hunter-gatherer research, offering insights into the complexity, variability, and dynamics of long-term culture change. The exceptional quality of archaeological materials recovered there facilitates interdisciplinary studies whose relevance extends far beyond the region. The Baikal Archaeology Project - one of the most comprehensive studies ever conducted in the history of subarctic archaeology - is conducted by an international multidisciplinary team studying Middle Holocene (about 9,000 to 3,000 years B.P.) hunter-gatherers of the region. Funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the project includes scholars in archaeology, physical anthropology, ethnography, molecular biology, geophysics, geochemistry, and paleoenvironmental studies.

This book presents the current team’s research findings on questions about long-term patterns of hunter-gatherer adaptive strategies. Grounded in inter-disciplinary approaches to primary research questions of cultural change and continuity over 6,000 years, the project utilizes advanced research methods and integrates diverse lines of evidence in making fundamental and lasting contributions to hunter-gatherer archaeology.

Andrzej Weber is Professor of Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology, University of Alberta, Edmonton. M. Anne Katzenberg, F.R.S.C., is University Professor, University of Calgary. Theodore G. Schurr is Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania.

Link to purchase book: http://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/14544.html

 

NEW RELEASE FROM CCI PRESS:

Evenki Economy in the Central Siberian Taiga at the Turn of the 20th Century: Principles of Land Use

Mikhail G. Turov

An authorized translation of the second Russian edition (1990)
English edition prepared by Andrzej W. Weber and Ksenia Maryniak

CCI Press and the Baikal Archaeology Project
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Mikhail G. Turov's monograph is essentially the first ethnography produced by a Russian scholar that focuses on the culture-economic adaptations of Evenkis in the taiga zone of Central Siberia. This work is based on the author's extensive field research, as well as on a broad examination of literary and archival sources. It differs substantially from the mainstream Russian ethnographic research of the time in its focus, which shifts away from the traditional interests in ethnic history and origins, and from static descriptions of the material culture, social and political organization, rituals, and religious life.

This work will be of considerable interest to western readers because of its approach, which is as close to culture-ecology as it gets in Russian ethnographic scholarship. While in the West the culture- ecological school was a major breakthrough in hunter-gatherer studies, it never, despite the huge potential, took hold in Soviet ethnography because of their political and intellectual isolation. With the collapse of the Soviet Union, preceded by a rather lengthy economic crisis, the natives of Siberia were faced with a number of new challenges, and this immediately became the focus of contemporary ethnographic work. Thus, Turov‚s monograph retains its status of a very rare ethnography employing an approach akin to the culture-ecological school. For the same reason it should be of great interest to ethnographers and archaeologists working with northern hunter-gatherers past and present.

It received excellent reviews, as well, and has been submitted to SSHRC‚s Aid to Scholarly Publications Programme for a publishing subvention. For ordering information, please contact (cindy.mason@ualberta.ca) at CCI Press or use the order form on this link: http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/cci//pdf/EvenkiEconomy-Flyer.pdf

 

KHUZHIR-NUGE XIV, a Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemetery on Lake Baikal, Siberia: Archaeological Materials
Edited by A.W. Weber, O.I. Goriunova, and H.G. McKenzie
Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series No. 4 (2008)

CCI Press and the Baikal Archaeology Project
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

With pleasure we present to the academic community the fourth volume in the Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research series, which presents comprehensive archaeological data from fieldwork at the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery (KN XIV). Located on the west coast of Lake Baikal near the southern end of Olkhon Island, KN XIV is the largest Neolithic-Bronze Age mortuary site in the Baikal’s Little Sea area (Russian: Maloe more). A companion publication to the volume of Osteological Materials released in 2007 (NHGR 3), this monograph presents a descriptive account of the 87 archaeological features excavated and all the artifacts collected at KN XIV, as well as several analytical papers on grave architecture and mortuary protocols.

ISBN-13 978-1-896445-41-0 (2008); 8″ x 9″; xx + 484p, 40 figs, 206 colour photos, artifact drawings, tables, refs., appends, Russian chapter summaries, and database variable reference lists; includes complimentary CD-ROM insert. $80 (discount if purchased with NHGR 3)

To order, please contact CCI Press (cindy.mason@ualberta.ca) or use the order form on this link: http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/polar//pdfs/BinP-2008-30Apr-web.pdf

The order form is on page 12 of the brochure (page 17 of the pdf file).

Click here to view the table of contents and read the Overview by the editors.

 

Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, a Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemetery on Lake Baikal, Siberia: Osteological Materials

Edited by Andrzej Weber, M. Anne Katzenberg, and Olga I. Goriunova

Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series No. 3 (2007) CCI Press and the Baikal Archaeology Project

With pleasure we present to the academic community the third volume in the Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series. This volume presents comprehensive human osteological data from fieldwork conducted by the Baikal project (BAP) at the mortuary site Khuzhir-Nuge XIV on Lake Baikal in Siberia. The goal of the BAP has been to identify and understand the processes associated with culture change and continuity among prehistoric boreal forest hunter-gatherers in the Cis-Baikal region of Siberia. Mortuary sites have provided the primary data that inform the several modules designed by the BAP, and of the gravesites dating to the Neolithic and Bronze Age located and excavated in this area, Khuzhir-Nuge XIV is by far the largest. Six seasons of excavation at KN XIV produced a wealth of material on 79 graves, including the remains of 89 individuals. The present monograph (to be complemented by a subsequent volume of Archaeological Materials) is dedicated to a descriptive account of the human osteological collection acquired from the KN XIV graves, and includes the entire KN XIV human taphonomy dataset and extensive photographic documentation on an accompanying CD-ROM.

CCI Press and the Baikal Archaeology Project (BAP), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series No. 2 ISBN-13 978-1-896445-39-7 ISBN-10 1-896445-39-X ISSN 1707-522X (2007); 8" x 9"; x + 314p., 20 charts, 20 figs., 98 Colour photos, skeleton charts, tables, refs., appends. Russian chapter summaries; CD-ROM insert. Softcover $60

The volume can be ordered from CCI Press. To order, please contact CCI Press cindy.mason@ualberta.ca or use the order form here: Order Form
The order form is on page 12 of the brochure (page 13 of the pdf file).

Click here to view the table of contents and read the Overview by the editors.

 

Katanga Evenkis in the 20th Century and the Ordering of their Life-world
by Anna A. Sirina

An authorized translation from the second Russian edition (2002)
Translated by A. Chaptykova; Edited by David G. Anderson

Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series No. 2 (2006) CCI Press and the Baikal Archaeology Project

With pleasure we present to the academic community the second volume in the Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series. Extensively illustrated with contemporary and archival photographs, detailed diagrams, and original artistic renderings, this work documents the history and present lives of a group of Evenki hunters and reindeer herders living at the headwaters of the Lower Tunguska River in Eastern Siberia. According to Sirina, Katanga Evenkis are best described by the flexible and creative way they use the land around them. They have exercised a strong presence in their environment despite severe pressure by Soviet-era ethnic and industrial development policies, and by recent economic privatization. The author further argues that today Katanga Evenkis continue to ‘make a home for themselves in the taiga’ using a variety of adaptive strategies and intuitions in a way that reflects what she calls the ‘outlook of a mobile people.’ Based on Sirina’s extensive fieldwork, this book includes numerous first-person accounts as well as a multi-season hunter’s diary, and is also supported by an excellent command of the published and archival material on the region.

CCI Press and the Baikal Archaeology Project (BAP), University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series No. 2 ISSN 1707-522X; ISBN-10 1-896445-38-1; ISBN-13 978-1-896445-38-0 (2006) sc; 6” x 9”; iv + 222p., B&W photos, sketches, tables, refs., index. Softcover $30

The volume can be ordered from CCI Press. To order, please contact CCI Press cindy.mason@ualberta.ca or use the order form here: Order Form
The order form is on page 12 of the brochure (page 13 of the pdf file).

Click here to view the table of contents, editor's
preface, and author's foreword.

 

 

Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings from the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project

Edited by Andrzej Weber and Hugh G. McKenzie

The Baikal Archaeology Project is pleased to present the first volume in our Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series to the academic community.

The volume can be ordered from CCI Press here: Order Form The order form is on page 12 of the brochure (page 13 of the pdf file).

Click here to read the foreword and view the table of contents.


A number of additional papers and presentations were prepared for the 2003 CAA conference in Hamilton. Many of these papers will likely evolve into the next volume of our Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series

Click here for a listing of titles and abstracts.

Baikal Archaeology Project Publications 2001–2009

Publications are categorized by type and listed by author (reverse chronological order), with BAP members underlined.

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2011

REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

ARTICLES IN SCHOLARLY REFEREED JOURNALS
Shaw, C.N. & Stock, J.T. The Influence of Body Proportions on Femoral and Tibial Midshaft Shape in Hunter-Gatherers. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 144: 22-29.

FORTHCOMING
Buck, L., Stock, J.T., and Foley, R.A. Intraspecific variation in the Catarrhine postcranial skeleton. International Journal of Primatology. (in press)
Lieverse, A., Stock, J.T., Katzenberg, M.A., Haverkort, C. Bioarchaeology of habitual activity and dietary change in the Siberian mid-Holocene. In Pinhasi, R., & Stock, J.T. eds. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to Agriculture. Wiley-Liss. (in press)
Longman, D., Stock, J.T., and Wells, J.C.K. Digit ratio (2D:4D) and rowing ergometer performance in males and females. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Losey, R., T. Nomokonova and D. White (n.d.). Fish and Fishing in Holocene Cis-Baikal, Siberia. In H. Kato, A.W. Weber and M. Hudson (eds), Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology of the Northern Pacific Rim. Proceedings of the International Workshop, Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo, Japan.
Mackay, A.W., G.E.A. Swann, T.S. Brewer, M.J. Leng, D.W. Morley, P. Rioaul and D. White (n.d.). A late glacial – Holocene record of hydrological variability in Lake Baikal. Quaternary Science Reviews.
Maher, L.A., Stock, J.T., Finney, S., Heywood, J., Miracle, P., and Banning, E.B. A 16,000-year-old Cemetery with Human-Fox Burials in the Southern Levant (Jordan). PLoS One.
Pinhasi, and Stock, J.T. eds. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to Agriculture. Wiley-Liss: London.
Shchetnikov, A.A., White, D., Filinov, I.A. & Rutter, N. (n.d.) Late Quaternary sedimentation and tectonic inversions of the Tunka Rift Basin (Lake Baikal region), Siberia. Basin Research.
Stock, J.T., and Buck, L. Canalization and plasticity in humans and primates: implications for interpreting the fossil record. Centro Nacional de Investigación sobre la Evolución Humana, Burgos, Spain. Eds. Ana Mateos, Tomas Pascual Sanz. (in press)
Stock, J.T. O'Neill, M., Ruff, C.B., Zabecki, M., Shackelford, L., Rose, J. (2010) Body size, skeletal biomechanics, mobility and habitual activity from the Late Palaeolithic to mid-Dynastic Nile Valley. In Pinhasi, R., & Stock, J.T. eds. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to Agriculture. Wiley-Liss.
Stock, J.T. O'Neill, M., Ruff, C.B., Zabecki, M., Shackelford, L., Rose, J. Skeletal Biomechanics, Mobility and Habitual Activity from the Palaeolithic to the mid-Dynastic Nile Valley. In Pinhasi, R., & Stock, J.T. eds. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to Agriculture. Wiley-Liss.
Stock, J.T., Pinhasi, R. Changing paradigms in our understanding of the transition to agriculture: Human bioarchaeology, behaviour and adaptation. In Pinhasi, R., & Stock, J.T. eds. Human Bioarchaeology of the Transition to Agriculture. Wiley-Liss. (in press)
Weber A.W. and O.I. Goriunova (n.d.). Hunter-gatherer migrations, mobility and social relations: A case study from the Bronze Age Baikal region, Siberia. In A.W. Weber and M. Zvelebil (eds) Human bioarchaeology: group identity and individual life histories, Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Special Issue.
White, D., C. Lane, V. Cullen and C. Stringer (n.d.). Preliminary report on microtephra sampling at Kozarnika Cave, Bulgaria. Bulgarian Academy of Sciences Annual Field Report.

2010

REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

EDITED BOOKS
Jordan , P. (ed.) (2010). Landscape and Culture in Northern Eurasia: Sacred Places and Social Life in the Taiga and Tundra. University College London Institute of Archaeology Publications, Left Coast Press, London.
Steele, J., Jordan, P. and E. Cochrane (Guest Editors) (2010). Special Issue: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity: Evolutionary Approaches. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society(B)
Weber, A.W., M.A. Katzenberg and T.G. Schurr (eds) (2010). Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.

BOOK CHAPTERS
Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2010). Pogrebal’nye kompleksy epokhi pozdnego mezolita-neolita Baikal’skoj Sibiri (tradiciya pogrebenii i absolutnyj vozrast) [Mortuary complexes of Late Mesolithic period and Neolithic period in Baikal Siberia: burial ritual and absolute age]. In G.I. Medvedev  (ed.), Vvedenie v archeologiyu ozera Baikal. Glav.redaktor. [In  Russian]
Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2010). Morphotipologicheskii analiz nakonechnikov strel mogil’nika Lokomotiv [Morphological and typological analysis of arrow heads from Lokomotiv cemetery site]. In G.I.Medvedev (ed.), Sbornik Irkutskogo Universiteta.
Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2010). Mesolithic and Neolithic mortuary complexes in the Baikal region of Siberia. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds), Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, 51-86. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Bush, A.B.G. (2010). Glaciation During Times of Enhanced/Reduced Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide. In Haritashya, U., Singh, P., and V. Sigh (eds), Encyclopedia of Snow Ice and Glaciers, Springer Publications.
Dulik, M.C., L.G. Lorenz, T.G. Schurr (2010). Hasanlu ancient DNA pilot project. In R. Dyson and M. de Schaudensee (eds), Aspects of Peoples and Crafts in Period IVB at Hasanlu, Iran. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Goriunova, O.I. and A.G. Novikov (2010). The Bronze Age in Cis-Baikal: A Review of Research and Future Prospects. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds), Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, 239-256. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Haakanson, S. Jr. and P. Jordan (2010). 'Marking the Land': Sacrifices, Cemeteries and Sacred Places among the Yamal Nenets. In P. Jordan (ed), Landscape and culture in northern Eurasia: examining the materiality of sacred places and social life in the taiga and tundra. University College London Institute of Archaeology Publications, Left Coast Press, London.
Haverkort, C., V.I. Bazaliiskii, and N.A. Savel'ev (2010). Identifying Hunter-Gatherer Mobility Patterns Using Strontium Isotopes. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds), Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, 193-216. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Jordan, P. (2010). Adaptation, History and Perception: Using the 1926-7 Soviet Polar Census to Reconsider Subsistence, Social Institutions and Sacred Landscape Geography among Northern Hunter-Fisher-gatherers. In: D. Anderson (ed), The 1926/27 Soviet Polar Census Expeditions: Identity, Ethnography and Demography of Siberian Peoples. Berghan Press, Oxford.
Jordan, P. (2010). 'Material Culture' Perspectives on the Worldview of Circumpolar Hunter Gatherers. In: A. Cannon (ed), Structured Worlds: The Archaeology of Hunter Gatherer Thought and Action. Equinox, London.
Jordan, P. (2010). Cognition and Signification in Northern Landscapes: Taiga Economies 'Cultural Accounts'. In L. Forsberg (ed), Cognition and Signification in Northern Landscapes: Rock Art in Fennoscandia. Bergen University Press, Bergen.
Jordan, P. (2010). Cultural landscapes in Northern Eurasia: An Introduction. In P. Jordan (ed), Landscape and culture in northern Eurasia: examining the materiality of sacred places and social life in the taiga and tundra. University College London Institute of Archaeology Publications, Left Coast Press, London.
Jordan, P. and S. O'Neill (2010). Untangling cultural inheritance: language diversity and long-house architecture on the Pacific Northwest Coast. In: In: Steele, J., Jordan, P. and E. Cochrane (guest editors) (papers in press / undergoing final editing) Themed Issue: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society (B) - 'Cultural and Linguistic Diversity: Evolutionary Approaches'.
Katzenberg, M.A., V.I. Bazaliiskii, O.I. Goriunova, N.A. Savel'ev and A.W. Weber (2010). Diet reconstruction and stable isotope ecology in the Lake Baikal region. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds), Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, 175-192. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Kemp, B.M. and T.G. Schurr (2010). Ancient and modern genetic variation in the Americas. In B. Auerbach (ed), Biological and Archeological Variation in the New World. Center for Archeological Investigations, Occasional Paper No. 35, Southern Illinois University Press, Carbondale.
Lieverse AR. 2010. Health and behavior in the mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal: biological indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change. In: Weber AW, Katzenberg MA, Schurr T (editors) Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Life Ways. Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania Press, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Series, p. 135-173.
Lieverse AR, Bazaliiskii VB, Goriunova OI, Weber AW. 2009. Upper limb musculoskeletal stress markers among middle Holocene foragers of Siberia's Cis-Baikal region. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 138: 458-472.
Losey, R.J., 2010, Animism as means of exploring archaeological fishing structures on Willapa Bay, Washington, USA. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 20:17-32.
McKenzie, HG (2010). "Review of Early Pottery in Eastern Siberia." In: Jordan P and Zvelebil M (editors). Ceramics before Farming: the Dispersal of Pottery among Prehistoric Eurasian Hunter-Gatherers. Left Coast Press: California. Pp. 167-208.
McKenzie, HG (2010). "Variability in Bronze Age (~5200-4000 Cal BP) Mortuary Practices in the Little Sea Microregion, Cis-Baikal, Siberia." In: A Weber, MA Katzenberg, and T Schurr (editors). Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: bioarchaeological studies of past lifeways. University of Pennsylvania Press: Pennsylvania. Pp. 87-106.
Mooder, K.P., T.A. Thomson, A.W. Weber, V.I. Bazaliiskii and F. Bamforth (2010). Uncovering the genetic landscape of prehistoric Cis-Baikal. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds), Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia. Pp. 107-120.
Moss, M.L. and Losey, R.J., 2010. Native American use of seals, sea lions, and sea otter in estuaries of northern Oregon and southern Washington. In T.J. Braje and T.C. Rick, Eds., Human Impacts On Seals, Sea Lions and Sea Otters: Integrating Archaeology and Ecology in the Northeast Pacific, University of California Press, pp. 167-195.
Schurr, T.G. (2010). Coastal waves and island hopping: A genetic view of Caribbean prehistory in the context of New World colonization. In S.M. Fitzpatrick and A. Ross (eds), Island Shores, Distant Pasts: Archaeological and Biological Approaches to the Pre-Columbian Settlement of the Caribbean. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.
Schurr, T.G. (2010). When did we become human? Evolutionary perspectives on the emergence of the modern human brain and culture. In G. Hatfield and G. Pittman (eds), The Evolution of Mind, Brain and Culture. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Schurr, T.G., M.C. Dulik, T.A. Cafaro, E.A. Urrets-Zavalia, J.A. Urrets-Zavalia, H.M. Serra (2010). Assessing the influence of genetic background on climatic droplet keratopathy expression in Mapuche Indians of Argentina: A case control study. Clinica Chimica Acta.
Schurr, T.G., Osipova, L.P., Zhadanov, S.I., and M.C. Dulik (2010). Genetic Diversity in Native Siberians: Implications for the Prehistoric Settlement of the Cis-Baikal Region. In: Weber, A.W., M.A. Katzenberg and T.G. Schurr (eds) Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, 121-134. U Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia.
Schurr, T.G. and L. Pipes (2010). The prehistory of Mongolian populations: Evidence from cranio-facial, dental trait and genetic studies. In P. Sabloff and F. Hiebert (eds), Mapping Mongolia: Situating Mongolia in the World from Geologic Time to the Present. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Steele, J., Jordan, P. and E. Cochrane (2010). Special Issue Introduction: Evolutionary Approaches to Cultural and Linguistic Diversity. In: Steele, J., Jordan, P. and E. Cochrane (guest editors), Special Issue: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity: Evolutionary Approaches, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society(B).
Stock, J., V.I. Bazaliiskii, O.I. Goriunova, N.A. Savel'ev and A.W. Weber (2010). Skeletal morphology, climatic adaptation and habitual behavior among the mid-Holocene populations of the Cis-Baikal, relative to other hunter-gatherers. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds), Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, 193-216. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Philadelphia.
Weber A.W., Katzenberg M.A. and T. Schurr (2010). Preface. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg and T. Schurr (eds) Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, xv-xx. University of Pennsylvania Press.
Weber A.W. and R. Bettinger (2010). Middle Holocene Cis-Baikal Hunter-Gatherers in Overview. In Weber A.W., M.A. Katzenberg and T. Schurr (eds) Prehistoric hunter-gatherers of the Baikal region, Siberia: bioarchaeological studies of past lifeways. UPMAA Press. 257-260.
Weber, AW, McKenzie HG, Beukens R. (2010). "Radiocarbon Dating of Middle Holocene culture history in the Cis-Baikal". In: A Weber, MA Katzenberg, and T Schurr (editors). Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: bioarchaeological studies of past lifeways. University of Pennsylvania Press: Pennsylvania. Pp. 27-50.
White, D. and A.B.G. Bush (2010). Holocene climate, environmental change, and Neolithic biocultural discontinuity in the Baikal region. In A.W. Weber, M.A. Katzenberg and T. Schurr (eds), Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways, 1-26. University of Pennsylvania Museum Press, Pennsylvania.

ARTICLES IN SCHOLARLY REFEREED JOURNALS
Alakoc, Y.D., A. Tug, O. Gokcumen, T. Gultekin, E. Gulec, and T.G. Schurr (2010). Y-chromosome and autosomal STR diversity in four proximate settlements in Central Anatolia. Forensic Science International: Genetics, doi:10.1016/j.fsigen.2010.01.016.
Bezrukova E.V., and A.V. Belov (2010).Vegetation evolution in the northeastern part of the Lena-Angara plateau during the Mid–Late Holocene. Geography and Natural Resources, 31: 41-47.
Bishop, M.P., Bush, A.B.G., Copland, L., Kamp, U., Owen, L.A., and J. Shroder (2010). Climate Change and Mountain Topographic Evolution in the Central Karakoram, Pakistan. Annals of the Association of American Geographers.
El-Sibai, M., D.E. Platt, M. Haber, Y. Xue, S.C. Youhanna, R.S. Wells, H. Izaabel, M.F. Sanyoura, H. Harmanani, M.A. Bonab, J. Behbehani, F. Hashwa, C. Tyler-Smith, P.A. Zalloua, and Genographic Consortium (includes T. Schurr) (2010). Geographical structure of the Y-chromosomal genetic landscape of the Levant: a coastal-inland contrast. Annals of Human Genetics, 73(Pt 6):568-81; PMID: 19686289.
Kurki, H.K., J.K. Ginter, J.T. Stock and S. Pfeiffer (2010). Body size estimation of small-bodied humans: Applicability of current methods. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 141(2):169-180.
Leonard, W.R., Stock, J.T., and Valeggia, C.R. 2010. Evolutionary Perspectives on Human Diet and Nutrition. Evolutionary Anthropology 19(3): 85-86. (in press)
Losey, R.J. (2010). Animism as Means of Exploring Archaeological Fishing Structures on Willapa Bay, Washington, U.S.A. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 20(1):17-32.
Prokopenko A.A., Bezrukova E.V., Khursevich G.K., Solotchina E.P., Kuzmin M.I., and P.E. Tarasov (2010). Climate in continental interior Asia during the longest interglacial of the past 500 000 years: the new MIS 11 records from Lake Baikal, SE Siberia. Climate of the Past, 6: 31–48.
Richter, T., Allcock, S., Jones, M., Maher, L., Martin, L., Stock, J.T. and B. Thorne (2010). New Light on Final Pleistocene Settlement Diversity in the Azraq Basin (Jordan): Recent Excavations at 'Ayn Qasiyya. Palèorient 35.2, p. 47-66.
Richter, T., Stock, J.T., Maher, L., and C. Hebron (2010). An Early Epipalaeolithic Sitting Burial from the Azraq Oasis, Jordan. Antiquity 84(324):321-334.
Shroder, J., Owen, L.A., Seong, Y.B., Bishop, M.P., Bush, A.B.G., Caffee, M.W., Copland, L., Finkel, R.C., and U. Kamp (2010). The role of mass movements on landscape evolution in the Central Karakoram: discussion and speculation. Quaternary International.
Stefflova, K., Dulik, M.C., Pai, C.A., Walker, A.H., Zeigler-Johnson, C., Gueye, S.M., T.G. Schurr, and T.R. Rebbeck (2010). Evaluation of group genetic ancestry of populations from Philadelphia and Dakar in the context of sex-biased admixture in the Americas. PLoS ONE 4(11): e7842 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0007842; PMID: 19946364.
Weber A.W. and R. Bettinger (2010). Middle Holocene Cis-Baikal Hunter-Gatherers of Cis-Baikal, Siberia: An Overview for the New Century. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 29(4): 491-506.
Zhadanov, S.I., M.C. Dulik, M. Markley, G. Jennings, J.B. Gaieski, G. Elias, T.G. Schurr and The Genographic Consortium (2010). Genetic heritage and native identity of the Seaconke Wampanoag tribe of Massachusetts. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, DOI: 10.1002/ajpa.21281.

NON-REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

ARTICLES and CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Barton, R.N.E., Bouzouggar, A., Collcutt, S.N., Humphrey, L., Higham, T., Schwenninger, J-L., Turner, E., Blockley, S., Candy, I., Oh, A., Clark-Balzan, L., Parfitt, S., White, D. & Vaughan, A (2010). Climate change and cultural transitions over the last 160,000 years in NW Africa. 1st Oxford Interdisciplinary Desert Conference – Integrating Research, Expanding Knowledge, University of Oxford, UK, April 15–16.
E.V. Bezrukova (2010). Current knowledge of the late Quaternary vegetation history in the Baikal region. Oral presentation. Bilateral workshop held in Berlin Germany, April 28 – May 02 2010, DFG-RFBR program for the enhancement of Russian-German cooperation.
Jungers, W., Farke, A., Sutikna, T., Ruff, C.B., Shackelford, L., Stock, J.T. Carlson, K., Pearson, O., and F. Grine. (2010). Limb robusticity and locomotion of Homo floresiensis. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl.50.
Schurr, T.G. (2010). Genetic variation in indigenous populations of the Northwest Territories, Canada. Latin American Biological Anthropology Meetings, Bogotá, Colombia, October.
Schurr, T.G. (2010). Ethnogenetic insights into Central Anatolian population history. IAUES Inter-Congress: From the Crossroads of Civilizations: Understanding Cultural Diversity to Connect Societies, Antalya, Turkey, October.
Schurr, T.G. (2010). Genetic Perspectives on Circumpolar Population History. Peopling of the Americas Workshop, Santa Fe Institute, Santa Fe, September.
Schurr, T.G. (2010). The current status of the three-wave migration model. American Association of Physical Anthropology Meetings, Albuquerque, April.
Stock, J.T. (2010). Humero-femoral strength indices, locomotion, and foraging strategies among hunter-gatherers, primates and fossil hominins. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl.50.
Weber A.W. (with contribution from D. White). Baikal hunter-gatherer archaeology. Paper presented at the International Workshop Bridging Eurasia: Environmental and Human Dynamics in Southern Siberia, Berlin, April 28-May 02, 2010.
Weber A.W. The rollercoaster of forager¬environment interactions during the middle Holocene Baikal region of Siberia. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Human ¬ Environment Interactions in Long Time Perspective, CIFAR¬ Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, May 5-6, 2010.
Weber A.W. and R. Bettinger (2010). Bioarchaeology of Middle Holocene Hunter-gatherers of Cis-Baikal,Siberia: An Overview of Recent Results. In: Evraziiskoe kul'turnoe prostranstvo. Aktual'nye problemy arkheologii, etnologii, antropologii: Materialy nauchnykh dokladov vedushchikh uchenykh na V (L) Rossiiskoi (s mezhdunarodnym uchastiem) arkheologo-etnograficheskoi konferentsii studentov i molodykh uchenykh, Irkutsk, 4¬9, 2010. Irkutsk: Ottisk. P. 188¬202.
White, D., C. Stringer, V. Cullen, C. Lane & M. Lewis (2010). Microtephra and the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic "transition" in Europe. OIS3 Conference, Brno, Czech Republic, March 15–17.

REPORTS
Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2010). Morphotipologicheskii analiz nakonechnikov strel mogil'nika Lokomotiv [Morphological and typological analysis of arrow heads from Lokomotiv cemetery site]. In G.I.Medvedev (ed.), Sbornik Irkutskogo Universiteta.

LECTURES
Barton, R.N.E., Bouzouggar, A., Collcutt, S.N., Humphrey, L., Higham, T., Schwenninger, J-L., Turner, E., Blockley, S., Candy, I., Oh, A., Clark-Balzan, L., Parfitt, S., White, D., Vaughan, A., Hogue, J., de Groote, I., Bell, M.G. & V. Taylor (2010). Climate change and cultural transitions over the last 160,000 years in NW Africa. Africa from Stages Six to Two: Population Dynamics and Palaeoenvironments, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, University of Cambridge, UK, July 2–4.
White, D., A. Bush & A. Weber (2010). Middle Holocene climate, landscapes & resources. Baikal Archaeology Project 2010 Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, May 19–21.
Weber, A. & D. White (2010). The nature of forager–environment interactions during the middle Holocene in the Baikal region. Bridging Eurasia: Environmental and Human Dynamics in Southern Siberia, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, April 28–May 2.
White, D. (2010). RESET WP-1 Neanderthals and early Modern Humans in Europe. 2nd RESET progress meeting, Natural History Museum London, UK, March 2.

2009

REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

EDITED BOOKS
Jordan, P. and M. Zvelebil (2009). Ceramics before Farming: the Origins and Dispersal of Pottery among Hunter-Gatherers of Northern Eurasia from 16 000 BP. University College London Institute of Archaeology Publications, London.

BOOK CHAPTERS
Jordan, P. (2009). Linking Pattern to Process in Cultural Evolution: Explaining Material Culture Diversity among the Northern Khanty of Northwest Siberia. In S. Shennan (ed), Pattern and Process in Cultural Evolution, 61-83. University of California Press, Berkley.
Jordan, P. (2009). 'Material Culture' Perspectives on the Worldview of Circumpolar Hunter Gatherers. In A. Cannon (ed), Structured Worlds: The Archaeology of Hunter Gatherer Thought and Action. Equinox, London.
Jordan, P. and M. Zvelebil (2009). Introduction: Ex Oriente Lux: The Prehistory of Hunter-Gatherer Ceramic Dispersals. In P. Jordan and M. Zvelebil (eds), Ceramics before Farming: the Origins and Dispersal of Pottery among Hunter-Gatherers of Northern Eurasia from 16 000 BP. University College London Institute of Archaeology Publications, London.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). The genetic legacy of Genghis Khan. In W. Fitzhugh, M. Rossabi, and W. Honeychurch (eds) Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). Coastal waves and island hopping: A genetic view of Caribbean prehistory in the context of New World colonization. In S.M. Fitzpatrick and A. Ross (eds) Island Shores, Distant Pasts: Archaeological and Biological Approaches to the Pre-Columbian Settlement of the Caribbean. University of Florida Press, Gainesville.

ARTICLES IN SCHOLARLY REFEREED JOURNALS
Andrushko, V.A., M.R. Buzon, A. Simonetti, R.A. Creaser (2009). Strontium isotope evidence for prehistoric migration at Chokepukio, Valley of Cuzco, Peru. Latin American Antiquity, 20: 57-75.
Aulbach, S., R.A. Creaser, N.J. Pearson, S.S. Simonetti, L.M. Heaman, W.L. Griffin and T. Stachel (2009). Sulfide and whole-rock Re-Os systematics of eclogite and pyroxenite xenoliths from the Slave Craton, Canada. Earth & Planetary Sciences Letters, 283: 48-53.
Aulbach, S., T.S. Stachel, R.A. Creaser, L.M. Heaman, S.B. Shirey, K. Muehlenbachs, D. Eichenberg and J.W. Harris (2009). Sulfide survival and diamond genesis during formation and evolution of Archean subcontinental lithosphere: Slave vs. Kaapvaal. Lithos, 112(2): 747-757.
Bazaliiskii, V.I. and N.A. Savel'ev (2009). Ranneneoliticheskii mogil'nik Lokomotiv: Ritual pogrebenii [The Early Neolithic Lokomotiv cemetery: Burial rituals]. Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU), 7-27.
Bezrukova, E.V., A.A. Abzaeva, P.P. Letunova, N.V. Kulagina, and L.A. Orlova. Evidence of environmental instability of the Lake Baikal area after the last glaciation (based on pollen records from peatlands). Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthopology of Eurasia 37(3): 17-25.
Bristow, T., M.J. Kennedy, A. Derkowski, M. Droser, G. Jiang and R.A. Creaser (2009). Mineralogical constraints on the paleoenvironments of the Ediacaran Doushantuo Formation. Proceedings National Academy Sciences, 106 (32): 13190-13195.
Burstyn, I., N. Kapur, C. Shalapay, F. Bamforth, T.C. Wild, J. Liu and D. LeGatt (2009). Does self-reported smoking at any time during pregnancy accurately reflect exposure to tobacco smoke in early second trimester? Evaluation when biomarker level in an active smoker is uncertain. Nicotine and Tobacco Research, 11:670-678.
Cannon, C.H., R.J. Morley and A.B.G. Bush (2009). The current refugial rainforests of Sundaland: Major biogeographic implications. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 106: 11188-11193.
Chakhmouradian, A.R., C.O. Böhm, A. Demény, E.P. Reguir, E. Hegner, R.A. Creaser, N.M. Halden and P. Yang (2009). "Kimberlite" from Wekusko Lake, Manitoba: Actually a diamond-indicator-bearing dolomite carbonatite. Lithos, 112(1): 347-357.
Chan, E., I. Burstyn, F. Bamforth, N. Cherry, and J.W. Martin (2009). Perfluorinated Substances as Determinants of Maternal Hypothyroxinemia in Edmonton, Alberta. American Journal of Epidemiology, 169: S43.
Clarke, G.K.C., A.B.G. Bush and J.W.M. Bush (2009). Freshwater discharge, sediment transport, and modeled climate impacts of the final drainage of glacial Lake Agassiz. Journal of Climate, 22(8): 2161-2180.
Conlee, C.A., M.R. Buzon, A. Simonetti and R.A. Creaser (2009). Identifying Foreigners versus Locals in a Burial Population of Nasca, Peru: An Investigation Using Strontium Isotope Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36: 2755-2764.
Copland, L., S. Pope, M.P. Bishop, J.F. Shroder Jr., P. Clendon, A.G.B. Bush, U. Kamp, Y.B. Seong and L.A. Owen (2009). Glacier velocities across the central Karakoram. Annals of Glaciology, 50(52): 1-9.
Danko L.V., Bezrukova E.V., and L.A. Orlova (2009). Reconstructing the development of the geosystems of the Primorsky Range during the latter half of the Holocene. Geography and Natural resources, 3: 36-42.
Duuring, P., S.M. Rowins, J.M. Dickinson, B.S.M. McKinley, L.J. Diakow Y.-S. Kim and R.A. Creaser (2009). Examining potential genetic links between Jurassic porphyry Cu-Au±Mo and epithermal Au±Ag mineralization in the Toodoggone district of north-central British Columbia, Canada. Mineralium Deposita, 44: 463-496.
Duuring, P., S.M. Rowins, B.S.M. McKinley, J.M. Dickinson, L.J. Diakow, Y.-S. Kim and R.A. Creaser (2009). Magmatic and structural controls on porphyry-style Cu-Au-Mo mineralization at Kemess South, Toodoggone district of British Columbia, Canada. Mineralium Deposita, 44: 435-462.
Hamm, M., N. Cherry, J. Martin, F. Bamforth and I. Burstyn (2009). The Impact of Isolated Maternal Hypothyroxinemia on Perinatal Morbidity.  Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology Canada, 31(11): 1015-1021.
Haritashya, U.K., M.P. Bishop, J.F. Shroder, A.B.G. Bush and H.N.N. Bulley (2009). Spacebased assessment of glacier fluctuations in the Wakhan Pamir, Afghanistan. Climatic Change, 94(1-2): 5-18.
Hovsgol Drilling Project Members (includes E.V. Bezrukova) (2009). Sedimentary record from Lake Hovsgol, NW Mongolia: Results from the HDP-04 and HDP-06 drill cores. Quaternary International, 205(1-2): 21-37.
Hunt, L., T. Stachel, R. Morton, H. Grutter and R.A. Creaser (2009). The Carolina kimberlite, Brazil – insights into an unconventional diamond deposit. Lithos, 112(2): 163-186.
Jordan P. and S.J. Shennan (2009). Diversity in Hunter-Gatherer Technological Traditions: Mapping Trajectories of Cultural 'Descent with Modification' in Northeast California. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 28 (3): 342-65.
Katzenberg, M. A., O.I. Goriunova and A. Weber (2009). Paleodiet Reconstruction of Early Bronze Age Siberians from the Site of Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Lake Baikal. Journal of Archaeological Science, 36: 663–674.
Kendall, B.S., R.A. Creaser, C.R. Calver, T.D. Raub and D.A.D. Evans (2009). Correlation of Sturtian Diamictite Successions in Southern Australia and Northwestern Tasmania by Re-Os Black Shale Geochronology and the Ambiguity of "Sturtian"-type Diamictite – Cap Carbonate Pairs as Chronostratigraphic Marker Horizons. Precambrian Research, 172: 301-310.
Kendall, B., R.A. Creaser, G.W. Gordon and A.D. Anbar (2009). Re-Os and Mo Isotope Systematics of Black Shales from the Middle Proterozoic Velkerri and Wollogorang Formations, McArthur Basin, Northern Australia. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 73: 2534-2558.
Kendall, B., R.A. Creaser and D. Selby (2009). 187Re-187Os Geochronology of Precambrian Organic rich Sedimentary Rocks. Geological Society of London Special Publication, 326: 85-107.
Kolomiets V.l., Gladyshev S.A., Bezrukova E.V., Rybin E.P., Letunova P.P., Abzaeva A.A. (2009). Environment and Human behavior in Northern Mongolia during the late Pleistocene. Archaeology, Ethnology and Anthropology of Eurasia, 37(1): 2-14.
Kungurova, N.Iu., V.I. Bazaliiskii and A.W. Weber (2009). Funktsii orudii iz pogrebenii mogil'nika Shamanka II [Functions of Tools from Burials at the Shamanka II Cemetery]. Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU), 57-65.
Larson, L., L.M. Heaman, R.A. Creaser, R. Duncan, R. Frei and M. Hutchison (2009). Tectonomagmatic events during stretching and basin formation in the Labrador Sea and the Davis Strait: evidence from age and composition of Mesozoic to Palaeogene dyke swarms in West Greenland. Journal of the Geological Society of London, 166(6): 999-1012.
Lieverse, A.R., V.I. Bazaliiskii, O.I. Goriunova, A.W. Weber (2009). Upper Limb Musculoskeletal Stress Markers Among Middle Holocene Foragers of Siberia’s Cis-Baikal Region. Submitted to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 138(4): 458-72.
Michelutti, N., A.P. Wolfe, A. Simonetti, J.P. Briner, S. Funder and R.A. Creaser (2009). Temporal Trends of Pollution Pb and other metals in east-central Baffin Island Inferred from Lake-Sediment Geochemistry. Science of the Total Environment, 407: 5653-5662.
Nomokonova, T.IU, R.J. Losey, O.I. Goriunova (2009). Rekonstruktsiia rybnogo promysla na ozere Baikal (analiz ikhtiofauny so stoianki Ityrkhei) [Reconstruction of fish procurement on Lake Baikal (analyses of ichtyofauna from Ityrkhei site)]. Rossiiskaia Arkheologiia(Journal of Russian Archaeology), 3: 12–21.
Pomeroy, E., J.T. Stock, S.R. Zakrzewski and M. Mirazón-Lahr (2009). A metric study of three types of cranial deformation from North-Central Peru. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, DOI: 10.1002/oa.1044.
Schroeder, K.B., M. Jakobsson, M.H. Crawford, T.G. Schurr, B. Simina, D.F. Conrad, R.Y. Tito, L.P. Osipova, L.A. Tarskaia, S.I. Zhadanov, J.D. Wall, J.K. Pritchard, R.S. Malhi, D.G. Smith and N.A. Rosenberg (2009). Haplotypic background of a private allele at high frequency in the Americas. Molecular Biology and Evolution, 26: 995-1016.
Secher, K., L.M. Heaman, T.F.D. Nielsen, S.M. Jensen, F. Schjoth and R.A. Creaser (2009). Timing of kimberlite, carbonatite and ultramafic lamprophyre emplacement in the alkaline province located 64-67N in southern West Greenland. Lithos, 112(1): 400-406.
Seong, Y.B., M.P. Bishop, A.B.G. Bush, P. Clendon, L. Copland, R. Finkel, U. Kamp, L.A. Owen and J.F. Shroder (2009). Landforms and Landscape Evolution in the Skardu, Shigar, and Braldu Valleys, Karakoram Himalaya. Geomorphology, 103: 251-267.
Seong, Y.B., L.A. Owen, M.W. Caffee, U. Kamp, M.P. Bishop, A.G.B. Bush, L. Copland and J. Shroder (2009). Rates of basin-wide rockwall retreat in the K2 region of the Central Karakoram defined by terrestrial cosmogenic nuclide 10Be. Geomorphology, 107: 254-262.
Shaw, C.N. and J.T. Stock (2009). Intensity, Repetitiveness, and Directionality of Habitual Adolescent Mobility Patterns Influence the Tibial Diaphysis Morphology in Athletes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 140:149-159.
Shaw, C.N. and J.T. Stock (2009). Habitual throwing and swimming correspond with upper limb diaphyseal strength and shape in modern human athletes. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 140:160-172.
Shichi, K., H. Takahara, S.K. Krivonogov, E.V. Bezrukova, K. Kashiwaya, A. Takehara, and T. Nakamura (2009). Late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation and climate records from Lake Kotokel, central Baikal region. Quaternary International, 205(1-2): 98-110.
Stock, J.T. and A.B. Migliano (2009). Stature, mortality, and selection for small body size among Indigenous populations of the Andaman Islands from 1871-1986. Current Anthropology, 50(5): 713-725.
Tarasov, P.E., E.V. Bezrukova and S.K. Krivonogov (2009). Late Glacial and Holocene changes in vegetation cover and climate in southern Siberia derived from a 15 kyr long pollen record from Lake Kotokel. Climate of the Past, 5(3): 285-295.
Wells, R.S. and T.G. Schurr (2009). Response to 'Decoding Implications of the Genographic Project for Archaeology.' International Journal of Cultural Property, 16(2): 1-5.
Wohlleben, T., M. Sharp and A.G.B. Bush (2009). Factors influencing the basal temperatures of a High Arctic polythermal glacier. Annals of Glaciology, 50: 9-16.
Zalloua, P.A., D.E. Platt, M. El Sibai, J. Khalife, N. Makhoul, M. Habr, Y. Xue, H. Izaabel, E. Bosch, S.M. Adams, E. Arroyo, M. Aler, A. Picornell, M. Ramon, M.A. Jobling, D. Comas, J. Bertranpetit, R.S. Wells, C. Tyler-Smith, The Genographic Consortium (includes T. Schurr) (2008). Identifying genetic traces of historical expansions: Phoenician footprints in the Mediterranean. American Journal of Human Genetics, 83(5): 633-42.

NON-REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

ARTICLES and CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Barton, R.N.E., A. Bouzouggar, S.N. Collcutt, L. Humphrey, T. Higham, J-L. Schwenninger, E. Turner, S. Blockley, A. Oh, S. Parfitt & D. White (2009). Abrupt environmental change and prehistoric human occupation in NW Africa. Quaternary Research Association Annual Discussion Meeting, The Human Dimension in Rapid Environmental Change, Research Laboratory for Archaeology and Art History, University of Oxford, UK, January 5–7, 2009.
Bezrukova E.V., Tarasov P.E., Kulagina N.V., Abzaeva A.A., Letunova P.P., and F. Riedel (2009). Response of Central siberia landscapes to abrupt changes of environment in the northern hemisphere over the past 17 ky. Proceedings of International Scientific Conference, Sept. 14-18, 2009, Vladivostok, Russia, p. 31-33.
Abzaeva A.A., and E.V. Bezrukova (2009). Environment change in the Northern basin of Lake Baikal through Late Glacial and Holocene periods as deduced from palynological data. Proceedings of International Scientific Conference, Sept. 14-18, 2009, Vladivostok, Russia, p. 7-9.
Bezrukova E.V., Letunova P., Abzaeva A., Prokopenko А., and M. Kuzmin (2009). Vegetation and climate of the Lake Baikal catchment area in the Late Quaternary: comparison of dynamics for interglacial environments – Basic problems of the Quaternary, October, 19-23, 2009, Novosibirsk, Russia. Proceedings of the VI All Russian Scientific Conference, p. 66-70.
Emel'ianova, IU.A., A.V. Kharinskii and R.J. Losey (2009). Ispol'zovanie radiouglerodnogo metoda dlia datirovki poseleniia Baikal'skoe III [Use of radiocarbon analyses for dating habitation site Baikal'skoe III]. In Rol' Estestvenno-Nauchnukh Metodov v Arkheologicheskikh Issledovaniiakh. Altaiskii Gosudarstvennyi Universitet, Barnaul [In Russian].
Goriunova O.I. and A.G. Novikov (2009). Obraz zmei v izobrazhenijah bronzovogo veka PriBaikal'ja [Image of snake in images of Bronze Age in Sic-Baikal]. Sociogenesis in Northern Asia, 107-112. Irkutsk State University, Irkutsk. [in Russian]
Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber (2009). Raboty Rossijsko-Kanadskoj jekspedicii na mogil'nikah bronzovogo veka poberezh'ja oz. Baikal [Investigations of Russian-Canadian expedition on the cemeteries of Bronza Age on the coast of Lake Baikal]. In Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii. Vol.9(1): 331-335. Izdatel'stvo Intituta arkheologii i etnografii SO RAN, Novosibirsk. [in Russian]
Katzenberg MA, McKenzie HG, Weber AW and Goriunova OI (2009). Hunter-fisher-gatherer dietary adaptations in Neolithic and Bronze Age Siberians. Poster presented at the American Association of Physical Anthropology Meetings (March 31-April 4, 2009).
Kharinskiy, A.V. (2009). Issledovaniia B.E. Petri peshcher u gory Tankhyn v priol'khon'e [B.E. Petri's investigations of the caves near the mountain Tankhyn in Cis-Ol'khon]. In Vuzovskaia nauchnaia arkheologiia I etnologiia Severnoi Azii. Irkutskaia shchkola 1918-1937. Materialy vserossiiskogo seminara, posvyashchennogo 125-letiiu Berngarda Eduardovicha Petri. 3-6 of May, 2009. pp. 99-106. Izd-vo "Amtera", Irkutsk. [in Russian]
Kharinskiy, A.V. (2009). Kurumchinskaia kul'tura: mif I real'nost' [Kurumchinskaia culture: myth and reality]. In Sociogenez v Severnoi Azii: Materialy 3-ii vserossiiskoii konferencii (Irkutsk, 29 of March – 1 of April, 2009), pp. 49-57. Izd-vo IrSTU, Irkutsk. [in Russian]
Lieverse AR. 2009. Mechanical stress and activity among middle Holocene foragers of Siberia's Cis-Baikal Region (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 48:176.
Lieverse AR. 2009. Mechanical stress and activity in the middle Holocene Cis-Baikal. Poster presented at the 78th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Chicago, IL: 01-04 April 2009.
Lieverse AR. 2009. The bones of Baikal: the bioarchaeology of mechanical stress and activity in the Siberian mid-Holocene. Paper presented at the international workshop entitled Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology in the Northern Pacific Rim, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan: 10-11 January 2009.
Nomokonova, T. and R.J. Losey, O.I. Goriunova, A. Weber, A., H. McKenzie and A.G. Novikov (2009). Perspektivy zooarkheologicheskikh issledovanii v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Perspectives of zooarchaeological investigations in the Sagan-Zaba bay on Lake Baikal]. Vestnik Novosibirskogo Gosudarstvennogo Universiteta. Seriia: Istoriia, Filologiia, 8(5: Arkheologiia i Etnografiia): 116-122.
Novikov A.G. and O.I. Goriunova (2009). Rannegolocenovyj kompleks poselenija Huzhir-Nugje XV v Priol'hon'e [Early Holocene complex of habitation site Khuzjir-Nuge XV in Sic-Ol'khon Island region]. Vuzovskaia scientific archaeology and ethnology of Northern Asia. Irkutsk school 1918-1937, 271-281. Amtera, Irkutsk. [in Russian]
Schurr, T.G. (2009). Genetic Variation at the Local Scale: Insights from Ethnographic Fieldwork in Siberia and the Americas. Genetic Anthropology At the Fine Scale Workshop, American Society of Human Genetics, Honolulu, October.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). Human Genetic Diversity in a Global Context. Globalization in Progress: Understanding and Working with World Urbanization Conference, University of Pennsylvania, October.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). Bioarcheological Insights into the Prehistory of Neolithic and Bronze Age Populations from the Cis-Baikal Region of Siberia. 2nd International Science Conference: Defining Parent Populations, Los Angeles, May.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). Characterization of TAS2R38 (phenylthiocarbamide) haplotype diversity in Altaian populations from south-central Siberia. American Association of Physical Anthropology Meeting, Chicago, April.
Stock, J.T. (2009). Ecogeographic variation in the ontogeny of hunter-gatherer physique and skeletal robusticity. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Suppl.48:385.
Weber A.W. Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal region in Siberia: The key is in the water. Ann. Meetings of the Euro. Assoc. of Archaeologists, Riva del Garda, Italy, Sept.15–20, 2009.
Weber A.W. Baikal Archaeology Project Today and Tomorrow. Keynote address presented at the Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology of the Northern Pacific Rim, Sapporo 10–12 Jan., 2009.

MONOGRAPHS
Nomokonova, T., R.J. Losey and O.I. Goriunova (2009). Prehistoric fishing on lake Baikal, Siberia. Analyses of faunal remains from Ityrkhei cove. VDM Verlag, Saarbrucken.

LECTURES
McKenzie, HG (2009). Deforming their Heads and Burying their Dead: manipulation of bodies by prehistoric hunter-gatherers in Eastern Siberia and the Russian Far East. Invited Lecture to MacEwan Anthropology Students Society Annual Speaker Series, March 4.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). What More do We Know About Ourselves with the Discovery of Ardipithecus ramidus (ARDI): Reflections on Darwin's Contribution to the Social Sciences. Pi Gamma Mu Brownlee Lecture, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, November.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). Exploring the History of Native American Communities in North America. Aurora Research Institute, Inuvik, Northwest Territories, Canada, August.
Schurr, T.G. (2009). Exploring the History of Native American Communities in North America. Yakutat Tlingit Tribe, Yakutat, AK, April.
Stock, J.T. (2009) Are humans still evolving? Cambridge Enterprise and Technology Club, Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge. November 26, 2009.
White, D. (2009). Holocene environmental change and hunter-gatherer adaptations in the Asian interior. Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology of the Northern Pacific Rim, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan, January 10–11, 2009.
White, D. (2009). Highlights from RESET WP-1 (Neanderthals and early Modern Humans in Europe) and WP-2 (The impact of abrupt environmental transitions on early Modern Human populations in North Africa). RESET Project Annual Workshops, University of Oxford, United Kingdom, January 8, 2009.

2008

REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

EDITED BOOKS
Co-edited:
Weber, A.W., O.I. Goriunova, and H.G. McKenzie (eds.). 2008. Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, a Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemetery on Lake Baikal, Siberia: Archaeological Materials. Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series 4. Edmonton: CCI Press.(With Russian translation of Introduction and Russian summaries of chapters 3–8.)

BOOK CHAPTERS
Jordan, P. 2008. Northern landscapes, northern mind: On the trail of an archaeology of hunter-gatherer belief. In D.S. Whitley and K. Hays-Gilpin (eds.) Belief in the Past: Theoretical Approaches to the Archaeology of Religion. Oxford: Berg.
Kungurova, N.Iu., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A. 2008. Kamennye izdeliia iz mogil'nika bronzovogo veka Khuzhir-Nuge XIV v Pribaikal'e (po materialam trasologicheskogo analiza). In Materialy II (XVII) Vserossiiskogo arkheologicheskogo s'ezda (20–25 oktiabria 2008 g.). Suzdal: Izd-vo IAEt RAN.
Weitzel, M., McKenzie, H.G. 2008. Fire as a cultural taphonomic agent: Understanding mortuary behaviour at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Siberia. In C.W. Schmidt and S.A. Symes (eds.) The Analysis of Burned Human Remains 185–99. London: Academic Press, Elsevier.

Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series
VOL. 4 (2008)
Weber, A.W., O.I. Goriunova, and H.G. McKenzie (eds.). 2008. Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, A Middle Holocene Hunter-gatherer Cemetery on Lake Baikal, Siberia: Archaeological Materials .
Introduction (pp. 1–11). Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I., McKenzie, H.G. Overview of the Baikal Archaeology Project and archaeological studies of the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery.
Chapter 1 (pp. 23–32). Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I. Fieldwork methods at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV.
Chapter 2 (pp. 33–184). Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I., McKenzie, H.G., Novikov, A.G., Sekerin, A.P., Ovodov, N.D. Grave descriptions.
Chapter 3 (pp. 185–212). Weber, A.W., McKenzie, H.G., Beukens, R. Relative and radiocarbon dating: Cemetery use and regional patterns.
Chapter 4 (pp. 219–260). McKenzie, H.G., Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I. Mortuary variability.
Chapter 5 (pp. 267–312). Robertson, C., Weber, A.W., Drouin, B. Grave disturbance patterns.
Chapter 6 (pp. 319–34). Weitzel, M., Weber, A.W. Mortuary use of red ochre: An experimental approach.
Chapter 7 (pp. 341–59). Dlussky, K.G., Weber, A.W., Rutter, N., White, D. Sediment from the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV site: Application to mortuary rituals.
Chapter 8 (pp. 363–78). Kungurova, N.Iu., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. Traceological examination of stone artifacts.
Appendix 1 (pp. 381–433). Weber, A.W., McKenzie, H.G., Metcalf, M., Weitzel, M., Natiaganova, A.V. Selected photographs.
Appendix 2 (pp. 435–75). Bazaliiskii, V.I., Weber, A.W. Mortuary variable lists and codebooks for [the] Neolithic and Bronze Age Cis-Baikal, Siberia. Introduction by H.G. McKenzie.
Appendix 3 (CD-ROM). Archaeological data tables.
Appendix 4 (CD-ROM). Photographic documentation.

BOOKS and BOOK CHAPTERS IN PRESS

Sole-edited Books:
Anderson, D.G. (ed.). The 1926/27 Soviet Polar Census Expeditions: The Identity, Ethnography and Demography of Siberian Peoples. Oxford: Berghahn Press. [12 chapters, expected Nov.2008]
Jordan, P. (ed.). Landscape and Culture in the Siberian North. UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.[18 chapters, expected Nov. 2008] (Under Review)
Co-edited Books:
Jordan, P., and M. Zvelebil (eds.). Ceramics before Farming: The Origins and Dispersal of Pottery among Hunter-gatherers of Northern Eurasia from 16,000 BP. UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.[21 chapters]
Weber, A.W., M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds.). Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Museum Press. [14 chapters, expected Oct. 2008]
Book Chapters:
Anderson, D.G. Neo-Shamanism in a post-socialist landscape: Knowledge, luck and ritual among Zabaikal Orochen-Evenkis. In P. Jordan (ed.) Landscape and Culture in the Siberian North. London: UCL Press. [8000 words]
Anderson, D.G. The mystery of the magnate reindeer herders. In P. Axellson and P. Skold (eds.) Indigenous Identities and Demography. Oxford: Berghahn Press. [6000 words]
Anderson, D.G. Faith, identity, and ethnogenesis: Memory and belonging among Lake Yessei Yakuts. In Research and Identity: Non-Russian Peoples in the Russian Empire, 1800–1855.  Helsinki: Finnish Literature Society. [6000 words]
Argounova-Low, T. Fishing and subsistence among Lake Yessei Yakuts. In D. Anderson (ed.) The 1926/27 Soviet Polar Census Expeditions: The Identity, Ethnography and Demography of Siberian Peoples. Oxford: Berghahn.
Argounova-Low, T. Landscape as narrative, memory and knowledge. In P. Jordan (ed.) Landscape and Culture in the Siberian North. London: UCL Press.
Goriunova, O.I., Novikov, A.G., Weber, a.w., Sekerin, A.P. Kamennyi inventar' iz pogrebenii bronzovogo veka mogil'nika Kurma XI na Baikale (analiz inventaria i syr'evoi bazy) [Lithic Inventory from Bronze Age burials at the Kurma XI Cemetery on Lake Baikal: Analysis of Inventory and Raw Materials]. In Okno v nevedomyi mir: Sb. nauch. trudov pamiati akad. A.P. Okladnikova. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.
Jordan, P. Cognition and signification in northern landscapes: Taiga economies’ ‘cultural accounts.’ In L. Forsberg et al. (eds.) Cognition and Signification in Northern Landscapes: Rock Art in Fennoscandia. Bergen: Bergen Univ. Press.
Jordan, P. ‘Material Culture’ Perspectives on the Worldview of Northern Hunter-Gatherers. In A. Cannon (ed.) Structured Worlds: The Archaeology of Hunter Gatherer Thought and Action. London: Equinox.
Jordan, P. Understanding technological choice amongst northern hunter fisher gatherers. In A. Olofsson (ed.) Landscapes and Settlements. Vuollerim Papers in Hunter Gatherer Archaeology 2. Vuollerim: Vuollerim Museum Press.
Kharinskii, A.V. Zakhoroneniia verkheangarskikh evenkov XX v. [Burials of Upper Angara Evenkis in the 20th Century]. In Integratsiia arkheologicheskikh i etnograficheskikh issledovanii. Novosibirsk: Nauka.
Kungurova, N.Iu., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. Trasologicheskie issledovaniia kamennykh izdelii mogil'nika Kurma XI (oz. Baikal) [Use-wear analysis of stone tools from the Kurma XI cemetery (Lake Baikal)]. In Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.
McKenzie, H.G. Review of Early Pottery in Eastern Siberia. In P. Jordan and M. Zvelebil (eds.) Ceramics before Farming: The Origins and Dispersal of Pottery among Hunter-gatherers of Northern Eurasia from 16,000 BP. UCL Institute of Archaeology Publications. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.[21 chapters]
Nomokonova, T., Losey, R., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A., McKenzie, H.G., Novikov, A.G. Perspektivy zooarkheologicheskikh issledovanii v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Prospects for zooarchaeological investigations in Sagan-Zaba Bay on Lake Baikal]. In Okno v nevedomyi mir: Sb. nauch. trudov pamiati akad. A.P. Okladnikova. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.
Novikov, A.G., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. Raskopki mnogosloinogo poseleniia Sagan-Zaba II na Baikale [Excavations of the multilayer settlement Sagan-Zaba II on Lake Baikal]. In Arkheologicheskie otkrytiia 2007 goda. Moscow.
Novikov, A.G., Goriunova, O.I., Vorob'eva G.A., Weber, A.W. Raboty rossiisko-kanadskoi ekspeditsii v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Fieldwork by the Russian-Canadian expedition at the Sagan-Zaba cove on Lake Baikal]. In Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.
Schurr, T.G. The genetic legacy of Genghis Khan. In W. Fitzhugh, M. Rossabi, and W. Honeychurch (eds.). Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press.
Schurr, T.G. The peopling of the Americas as revealed by molecular genetic studies. In Encyclopedia of Life Sciences (ELS). Chichester: John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

University of Pennsylvania Museum Press Book (In press)
Weber, A.W., M.A. Katzenberg, and T.G. Schurr (eds.). 2008. Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia: Bioarchaeological Studies of Past Lifeways.
Preface. Weber, A.W., Katzenberg, M.A., Schurr, T.G. Prehistoric hunter-gatherers of the Baikal region: Overview of current research.
Chapter 1. Weber, A.W., Bettinger, R.L. Middle Holocene Cis-Baikal hunter-gatherers in overview.
Chapter 2. White, D., Bush, A.B.G. Holocene climate, environmental variability and Neolithic biocultural discontinuity in the Lake Baikal region.
Chapter 3. Weber, A.W., McKenzie, H.G., Beukens, R. Radiocarbon dating of Middle Holocene culture history in the Cis-Baikal.
Chapter 4. Bazaliiskii, V.I. Mesolithic and Neolithic mortuary complexes in the Baikal region of Siberia.
Chapter 5. Goriunova, O.I. The Bronze Age in the Cis-Baikal: A review of research and future prospects.
Chapter 6. McKenzie, H.G. Variability in Bronze Age (~5200–4000Cal BP) mortuary practices in the Little Sea microregion, Cis-Baikal.
Chapter 7. Mooder, K.P., Thomson, T.A., Weber, A.W., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Bamforth, F. Uncovering the genetic landscape of prehistoric Cis-Baikal.
Chapter 8. Schurr, T., Osipova, L.P., Zhadanov, S.I., Dulik, M., Gokcumen, O., Pai, A., Labuda, D. Genetic diversity in contemporary indigenous populations of Siberia and the Americas: Implications for the prehistoric settlement of the Cis-Baikal region.
Chapter 9. Lieverse, A.R. Health and behavior in the mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal: Biological indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change.
Chapter 10. Katzenberg, M.A., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Goriunova, O.I., Savel'ev, N.A., Weber, A.W. Diet reconstruction and stable isotope ecology in the Lake Baikal region.
Chapter 11. Stock, J., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Goriunova, O.I., Savel'ev, N.A., Weber, A.W. Skeletal morphology, climatic adaptation and habitual behavior among the mid-Holocene populations of the Cis-Baikal, relative to other hunter-gatherers.
Chapter 12. Haverkort, C.M., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Savel'ev, N.A. Identifying hunter-gatherer mobility patterns using Strontium isotopes.

ARTICLES IN SCHOLARLY REFEREED JOURNALS
Belova, A., Bezrukova, E., Sokolova, L. 2008. Evoliutsionno-dinamicheskoe kartirovanie rastitel'nosti Sibiri dlia tselei prognoza [Evolutionary dynamical mapping of Siberia’s vegetation for forecasting purposes]. Geografiia i prirodnye resursy 29:9–17.
Bezrukova, E., Belova, A., Letunova, P., Abzaeva, A. Kulagina, N., Fisher, E., Orlova, L., Sheifer, E. 2008. Biostratigrafiia torfianykh otlozhenii i klimata severo-zapadnoi chasti gornogo obramleniia oz. Baikal v golotsene [Peat biostratigraphy and Holocene climate in the northwestern mountain periphery of Lake Baikal]. Geologiia i geofizika 49:413–21.
Bezrukova, E., Krivonogov, S., Takahara, H., Letunova, P., Shichi, K., Abzaeva, A., Kulagina, N. 2008. Kotokel Lake – reference sequence for the Late Glacial and Holocene in the south Eastern Siberia. Earth Sciences 420(2): 658–64. [Russian ver. published 2008 in Doklady Akademii Nauk 420(2): 658–64.]
Gokcumen, O., Dulik, M.C., Pai, A.A., Zhadanov, S.I., Osipova, L.P., Andreenkov, O., Tabikhanova, L., Gubina, M., Labuda, D., Schurr, T.G. 2008. Genetic variation in the enigmatic Altaian Kazakhs of South-Central Russia: Insights into Turkic population history. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 136(3): 278–93.
Haverkort, C.M., Weber, A.W., Katzenberg, M.A., Goriunova, O.I., Simonetti, A., Creaser, R.A. 2008. Hunter-gatherer mobility strategies and resource use based on strontium isotope (87Sr/86Sr) analysis: A case study from Middle Holocene Lake Baikal, Siberia. Journal of Archaeological Science 35:1265–80.
Jordan, P. 2008. Review article – Climate change, culture history and the rebirth of circumpolar archaeology. Antiquity 82(315), March. http://antiquity.ac.uk/reviews/jordan.html
Lieverse, A.R., Metcalf, M.A., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Weber, A.W. 2008. Pronounced bilateral asymmetry of the complete upper extremity: A case from the early Neolithic Baikal (Siberia). International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 18:219–39. (also published online October 30, 2007)
Long, J. 2008. Libations and Ritual Offerings in Ekhirit Buriat Shamanic Practice. Sibirica 7(2), pp. 83-102.
Losey, R.J., Nomokonova, T., Goriunova, O.I. 2008. Fishing Ancient Lake Baikal: Inferences from the reconstruction of harvested perch (Perca fluviatilis) size at Ityrkhei, Siberia. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(3): 577–90.
Schroeder, K.B., Schurr, T.G., Long, J.C., Rosenberg, N.A., Grote, M.N., Crawford, M.H., Tarskaia, L., Osipova, L.P., Zhadanov, S.I., Smith, D.G.. Native Americans descend from a common founding population. Biology Letters 3(2): 218-23.
White, D., Preece, R.C., Shchetnikov, A.A., Parfitt, S.A., Dlussky, K.G. 2008. A Holocene molluscan succession from floodplain sediments of the upper Lena River valley (Lake Baikal region), Siberia. Quaternary Science Reviews 27:962–87.

ARTICLES IN PRESS or SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION
Argounova-Low, T. Black food: Subsistence diet among Essei Yakuts, Siberia. Submitted to Cultural Anthropology.
Bazaliiskii, V.I., Savel'ev, N.A. Ranneneoliticheskii mogil'nik Lokomotiv: Ritual pogrebenii [The Early Neolithic Lokomotiv cemetery: Burial rituals]. Submitted to Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU).
Bezrukova, E., Belov, A., Kulagina, V., Abzaeva, A., Letunova, P., Orlova, L. n.d. Mid-late Holocene climate instability in the north of Mid-Angara Plateau. Submitted to Geography and Natural Resouces.
Bezrukova E., Kulagina N., Abzaeva A. et al. Evidence of the Lake Baikal environmental instability since the Last Glacial. Submitted to Russian Geology and Geophysics.
Davydov, V.V., Simonova, V.V. Sobach'e serdtse: Antropologiia Sobakoedeniia v post-sovetskoi evenkiiskoi derevne[The Dog’s Heart: Anthropology of the consumption of dog meat in post-Soviet Evenki villages]. Submitted to Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh technologii (Irkutsk GTU).
Gokcumen O, Dulik M, Zhadanov S, Osipova L, Schurr TG. The phylogeography of N1a: Insights from whole mitochondrial genome sequence analysis. Submitted to Human Biology.
Kungurova, N.Iu., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Weber, A.W. Funktsii orudii iz pogrebenii mogil'nika Shamanka II [Functions of Tools from Burials at the Shamanka II Cemetery]. Submitted to Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU). 15 pp.
Kungurova, N.Iu., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. Rezul'taty trasologicheskikh issledovanii kamennykh izdelii iz pogrebenii mogil'nika Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (Priol'khon'e). Submitted to Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU).
Losey, R.J., Nomokonova, T., Goriunova, O.I. Formulas for estimating the total length of Rutilus rutilus lacustris (Cyprinidae, Cypriniformes) in archaeological sites on Lake Baikal through regression analyses. Submitted to Journal of Ichthyology. 17 pp. (in review.)
Metcalf, M.A., Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I. Bayesian analysis of radiocarbon dates demonstrates unique spatio-temporal variability within a Bronze Age hunter-gatherer cemetery in Siberia, Russia. Submitted to Current Anthropology, December 21, 2007.
Nomokonova, T., Losey, R.J., Goriunova, O.I. Rekonstruktsiia rybnogo promysla na ozere Baikal (analiz ikhtiofauny so stoianki Ityrkhei) [Reconstruction of fish procurement on Lake Baikal (analyses of ichtyofauna from Ityrkhei site]. Submitted to Rossiiskaia Arkheologiia. 24 pp. (in review.)
Preece, R.C., White, D. Incidence and persistence of reversed coiling in Quaternary land snails. Basteria, Vol. 72, No. 4–6. (in press)
Schroeder, K.B., Jakobsson, M., Crawford, M.H., Schurr, T.G., Conrad, D.F., Titotadeo, R., Osipova, L.P., Tarskaia, L.A., Zhadanov, S.I., Wall, J.D., Pritchard, J.K., Malhi, R.S., Smith, D.G., Rosenberg, N.A. Haplotypic background of a private allele at high frequency in the Americas. Submitted to PloS Genetics.
Shichi, K., Takahara, H., Krivonogov, S., Bezrukova, E., Kashiwaya, K., Takehara, A., Nakamura, T. Late Pleistocene and Holocene vegetation and climate records from Lake Kotokel, central Baikal region. Submitted to Quaternary International.
Vahdati Nasab, H., Thomson, T.A., Bamforth, F.J., Mooder, K.P., Bazaliiski, V.I. Reconstruction of the Early Neolithic/Bronze Age population diversity in the Lake Baikal region using mtDNA polymorphism from Shamanka II cemetery. Submitted to American Journal of Physical Anthropology (20 pp.)

NON-REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

ARTICLES and CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Bezrukova, E. 2008. Osnovnye etapy dinamiki klimaticheskoi sistemy Zemli [Major stages in the Earth climate system dynamics]. In Materialy nauchnoi konferentsii, posviashchennoi otkrytiiu novoi ekspozitsii muzeia oz. Baikal v Listvianke 233–42. Novosibirsk: GEO Publishing House.
Kuz'min, M., Bezrukova, E. 2008. Global'nye i regional'nye faktory, opredeliaiushchie izmeneniia prirodnoi sredy i klimata [Global and regional factors defining changes in environment and climate]. Materialy nauchnoi konferentsii, posviashchennoi otkrytiiu novoi ekspozitsii muzeia oz. Baikal v Listvianke 201–11. Novosibirsk: GEO Publishing House.
Polotskaia, L.K. 2008. Issledovanie poselencheskoi praktiki evenkov gorno-taezhnoi zony Baikalo-Patomskogo nagor'ia [Research on the settlement practices of Evenkis in the upper taiga zone of the Baikal-Patomsk Plateau]. In Etnokul'turnaia istoriia Evrazii: sovremennye issledovaniia i opyt rekonstruktsii. Materialy XLVIII regional'noi (IV Vserossiiskoi s mezhdunarodnym uchastiem) arkheologo-etnograficheskoi studencheskoi konferentsii (Barnaul 21–24 apr 2008 g.) 215–16. Barnaul: Izd-vo Azbuka. (BAP-funded research in Russia.)

ARTICLES IN PRESS or SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION
Anderson, D.G. Introduction. In D. Anderson (ed.) The 1926/27 Soviet Polar Census Expeditions: Identity, Ethnography and Demography of Siberian People. In press.
Anderson, D.G., Glavatskaya, E.M., Klokov, K.B. The archeography of the primary materials of the Polar Census. In D. Anderson (ed.) The 1926/27 Soviet Polar Census Expeditions: Identity, Ethnography and Demography of Siberian People. In press.
Anderson, D.G., Ineshin, E.P., Ziker, J. The spatial demography of inhabited places in the ‘outer taiga’ of the Zhuia river valley, Eastern Siberia. In D. Anderson (ed.) The 1926/27 Soviet Polar Census Expeditions: Identity, Ethnography and Demography of Siberian People. In press.Gokcumen O, Dulik M, Zhadanov S, Osipova L, Schurr TG. The phylogeography of N1a: Insights from whole mitochondrial genome sequence analysis. Submittedto Human Biology.
Jordan, P. Mobility, adaptation and perception: Reconstructing hunter gatherer sacred landscape geography from the archives of the 1926-7 Soviet Polar Census. In D. Anderson (ed.) The 1926/27 Soviet Polar Census Expeditions: Identity, Ethnography and Demography of Siberian Peoples. In press.
Katzenberg, M.A., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. Paleodiet reconstruction of Early Bronze Age Siberians from the site of Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Lake Baikal. Submitted to Journal of Archaeological Science; 33 manuscript pages.
Lieverse, A.R., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Goriunova, O.I., Weber A.W. Upper Limb Musculoskeletal Stress Markers Among Middle Holocene Foragers of Siberia’s Cis-Baikal Region. Submitted to the American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Lieverse, A.R. Human osteological evidence: Health, activity, and demography. Submitted to A.W. Weber, O.I. Goriunova, H.G. McKenzie, and.A.R. Lieverse (eds.), Kurma XI and Khadarta XIV, Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemeteries on Lake Baikal, Siberia, 44 pages. Edmonton: CCI Press.
Lieverse, A.R. Skeletal biology at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV: 1997–2001 [in Russian]. Submitted to O.I. Goriunova and A.W. Weber (eds.) Khuzhir-Nuge XIV [in Russian], 71 pages. Irkutsk: Izd-vo IGU.
Lieverse, A.R., Ardley, S.G., Stratton, S.U. n.d. Human osteological remains, 2002–2003. Submitted to A.W. Weber, O.I. Goriunova, H.G. McKenzie, and .A.R. Lieverse (eds.), Kurma XI and Khadarta XIV, Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemeteries on Lake Baikal, Siberia, 132 pages. Edmonton: CCI Press.
Schurr, T.G. The prehistory of Mongolian populations: Evidence from craniometric, dental trait and genetic studies. In P. Sabloff, F. Hiebert (eds.) Submitted to Mapping Mongolia. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania Museum Press.
Schroeder, K.B., Jakobsson, M., Crawford, M.H., Schurr, T.G., Conrad, D.F., Titotadeo, R., Osipova, L.P., Tarskaia, L.A., Zhadanov, S.I., Wall, J.D., Pritchard, J.K., Malhi, R.S., Smith, D.G., Rosenberg, N.A. Haplotypic background of a private allele at high frequency in the Americas. Submittedto PloS Genetics.

RESEARCH REPORTS
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2008. Otchet o raskopkakh mogil'nika Shamanka II v 2007g. v Sliudianskom raione Irkutskoi oblasti [Report on the Excavation of the Shamanka II Cemetery in 2007, in Sliudansk raion, Irkutsk oblast]. Irkutsk, Archive of the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 347 pp.
Long, J. 2008. Rituals of Offering in Buriat Communities of Contemporary Pribaikal’e. http://bap.arts.ualberta.ca/ethnoarchaeology/expeditions.php
Novikov, A.G., Goriunova, O.I., Vorob'eva, G.A. 2008. Arkheologicheskie raboty v bukhte Sagan-Zaba letom 2007 g. (Ol'khonskii raion Irkutskoi oblasti, Rossiia) [Archaeological work in Sagan-Zaba Bay during the summer of 2007 (Olkhon raion, Irkutsk oblast, Russia)]. Archives of the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 248 pp.
Vorobeva, G.A. 2008. Geoarchaeological locality of Sagan-Zaba. Trench 1 and 2. Formation and structure of sediments in Trench 4. Irkutsk State University.

CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / LECTURES
Note: Does not include presentations at the BAP Graduate Student Seminar Series.

Graduate Student Seminars and Miscellaneous Presentations
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Anderson, D.G. 2008. The Inhabited Arctic: A Region Populated with Projects. Keynote address for British Academy Conference, The Inhabited Arctic. London, March.
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2008. Arkheologiia poberezh'ia oz. Baikal [The Archaeology of the Lake Baikal Coastline]. Presentation at the All-Russian Scholarly-Practical Conference on the Development of Life in the Process of Global Abiotic Changes. Listvianka, March. [in Russian]
Bezrukova, E. 2008. Oral presentation at the QUEST Deglaciation Conference. Univ. of Southampton, UK. April 14–19.
Bezrukova, E. 2008. Keynote speaker. Scientific conference dedicated to the opening of a new exposition at the Lake Baikal Museum in Listvianka. Novosibirsk, March 18–20.
Bush, A.B.G. 2008 & 2007. Holocene Climate and Cultural Changes in the Lake Baikal Region. Presented at the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Congress; Univ. of Western Ontario, and at the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, resp.
Faccia, K., Cooper, D.M.L. 2008. Evaluating diagenetic change in archaeological bone by pQCT. 16th Congress of the European Anthropological Association, Univ. of Southern Denmark (Odense), August 28–31.
Faccia, K., Katzenberg, M.A., Cooper, D.M.L. 2008. Bone quality and diet in prehistoric Siberian hunter-gatherer–fishers. 17th European Meeting of the Paleopathology Association, Univ. of Copenhagen (Copenhagen), August 25–27.
Jordan, P. 2008. Opening address. Sami Archaeological Network Workshop (Prehistoric Identities, Cultures and Interaction in the North). Helsinki, Finland, January.
Jordan, P. 2008. Hunter-Gatherers, Rock Art and Circumpolar Cosmology. Invited lecture, Jeonbuk Univ. Korea, March.
Jordan, P. 2008. Origins and dispersal of Hunter-Gatherer Pottery in Northern Eurasia. Invited lecture, Seoul National Univ. Korea, March.
Lieverse, A.R. 2008. The bioarchaeology of mechanical stress and activity patterns in Siberia’s Baikal region. Keynote address presented at the APALA Undergraduate Anthropology Conference held at the Univ. of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, 26 January.
Long, J. 2008. Negotiating Belonging: Ritual Practice and Public Culture in the Buriat Cisbaikal. Lecture at Mongolia and Inner Asia Studies Unit Seminar Series, Univ. of Cambridge, January.
Preece, R.C., White, D., Shchetnikov, A.A. 2008. Holocene archaeology and environmental change in the Baikal region of Siberia. Natural History Museum. London, UK, April 25.
Schurr, T.G. 2008. Reconstructing the Genetic History of South-Central Siberia: mtDNA and Y-chromosome Data from Kazakhs, Mongolians and Indigenous Altaians. Center for Free Radical Biology Seminar Series, Univ. of Alabama-Birmingham.
White, D. 2008. Holocene molluscan successions in the Lake Baikal region, Siberia – Reconstructing a Neolithic landscape. Not Only Food: Marine, Terrestrial and Freshwater Molluscs in Archaeological Sites. 2nd Archaeomalacology Working Group Meetings, International Council for Archaeozoology. Santander, Spain, Feb 19–22.

CONFERENCES CONVENED
Anderson, D.G. 2008. Home Hearth and Household in the Circumpolar North, Univ. of Tromsoe, Norway. [planned for October, 150 participants]
Jordan, P. 2008. Ethnoarchaeological Insights into Northern Hunter Gatherer Ritual Practice. Co-organiser of conference on Archaeology of Ritual Spaces and Places in Transegalitarian Societies. Simon Fraser Univ. Vancouver, April.
Weber, A.W. with M. Zvelbil. 2008. Organized session “Bioarchaeology of Individual Life Histories” at The 14th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Valletta, Malta, September 18th. [10 participants]

PRESENTATIONS, ABSTRACTS, AND JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT ENTRIES
Dulik, M.C., Zhadanov, S., Osipova, L.P., Schurr, T.G. 2008. Y-chromosome variation in Altaian ethnic groups. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135(S46): 92-3.
Pipes, L., Labuda, D., Schurr, T.G. 2008. Analysis of mtDNA variation in Mongolian populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 135(S46): 172–73.
Pipes, L., Pai, A.A., Labuda, D., Schurr, T.G. 2008. Population structure in Mongolia from a mitochondrial DNA perspective. American Society of Human Genetics Meeting [Accepted].
Pipes, L., Zhadanov, S., Osipova, L.P., Schurr, T.G. 2008. TAS2R38 (phenylthiocarbamide) haplotypes in Altaian populations from Siberia. American Journal of Human Biology 20(2): 230.
Schroeder, K.B., Jakobsson, M., Schurr, T.G., Smith, D.G., Rosenberg, N.A. 2008. Haplotypic background of a high-frequency Native American private allele. Society of American Archeology Meeting Abstracts.
Schurr, T.G. 2008. Searching for the Eurasian roots of Native American populations: Evidence from mtDNA, Y chromosome and autosomal DNA studies. 25th Center for Archaeological Investigations Visiting Scholar Conference, ‘Biological and Archeological Variation in the New World’, Abstracts.

CLASSROOM AND PUBLIC LECTURES
(Ethnoarchaeology Module represented in this section by its PhD students only)
Brandisauskas, D. 2008. Doing research in the North. Public lecture, photo and craftwork exhibition at Vilnius Museum of Mykolaitis-Putinas. Vilnius, March.
Brandisauskas, D. 2008. Empowered landscape and ritual practices of Orochen of Zabaikal'e. Public lecture at Vytautas Magnus Univ. Kaunas, March.
Brandisauskas, D. 2008. Human-animal relations among Orochen reindeer herders and hunters in Zabaikal'e. Public lecture at Vytautas Magnus Univ. Kaunas, February.
Brandisauskas, D. 2008. Three presentations during the research seminar ‘Participant observations and writing fieldnotes in the taiga’. Seminars of Social Dept. at Vytautas Magnus Univ., February.
Brandisauskas, D. 2008. Rituals of luck. Public lecture at Siauliai Univ. (Lithuania), February.
Katzenberg, M.A. 2008. Hunter-Gatherer Dietary Adaptations in Northern Regions. Invited Lecture, Dept. of Anthropology, Boise State Univ., March 3.
Lieverse, A.R. 2008. The bones of Baikal: bioarchaeology in ancient Siberia. Lecture presented to the Univ. of Saskatchewan’s Archaeology Buffet II class. Saskatoon, 26 March.
Moussa, N. 2008. Mitochondrial DNA in 5,000-year-old human samples. Presented at Univ. of Alberta in partial fulfillment of BIOL499 research project. Edmonton, 23 April.
Schurr, T.G. 2008. Molecular Anthropology: The Use of Genetics to Study Ancestry, Origins and Migration History. Penn Museum Women's Committee. Philadelphia, March.

PUBLIC ACTIVITIES (excluding lectures) and MEDIA PUBLICITY (radio, television, online articles)
BAP 2008. BAP link on the "Research Interest Groups in the Faculty of Arts" website, University of Alberta, advertising the project and the unique opportunity to volunteer for the upcoming fieldwork on Lake Baikal. http://www.uofaweb.ualberta.ca/arts/researchinterestgroups.cfm. January.
Brandisauskas, D. 2008. Interview on Orochen ritual practices and anthropology. Published in weekly newspaper of culture studies Siaures Atenai (Northern Athens) (No. 884) (Lithuania). March.
Bush, A. 2008. Work highlighted in "Technology paves the way for connecting the university to classrooms" Univ. of Alberta Express News, http://www.expressnews.ualberta.ca/article.cfm?id=9008. January 21.
Davydov, V.V., Simonova V.V. 2008. A Sense of Ice. Photo exhibit at Russian Geographic Society (St. Petersburg), March–April.
Davydov, V.V., Simonova V.V. 2008. Twilight Fishery (15 min). Anthropological film broadcast December 2007 on Buriatia TV program, GTRK (Russia), March.
Ehrenfried, A. 2008. Interview with Steve Crilley. „Siberia“. Reality Check. FM4, Austrian Broadcast, Vienna. February.
McKenzie, H.G. 2008. “Archaeologists Don’t Do Dinosaurs!” Take Your Sons & Daughters to Work Day, University of Toronto Scarborough, April 24.
McKenzie, H.G. Research Trip featured on the front page of the Far Eastern National University (Vladivostok, Russia) website: http://www.dvgu.ru/news/shownews.phtml?a=show&id=5001 (full Russian version), http://www.fenu.ru/news/shownews.phtml?a=show&id=601 (abridged English version)

VISITING RESEARCH POSITIONS
Anderson, D.G. 2008. Senter for Samiske Studier, Univesitet i Tromso 1 June–31 December.

BOOKS AND DATABASES IN PREPARATION

NORTHERN HUNTER-GATHERERS RESEARCH SERIES
VOL. 5 (In preparation)
Turov, M.G. n.d. Economy of the Evenkis of the Central Siberian Taiga at the Turn of the 20th Century: Principles Governing Land Habitation. Translation revised by K. Maryniak. Originally published as Khoziaistvo evenkov taezhnoi zony Srednei Sibiri v kontse XIX – nachale XX v.: Printsipy osvoeniia ugodii (Izd-vo Irkutskogo univ., 1990).

VOL. 6 (In preparation)
A.W. Weber, O.I. Goriunova, H.G. McKenzie, and A.R. Lieverse (eds.). n.d. Kurma XI and Khadarta XIV, Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemeteries on Lake Baikal, Siberia.

“COFFEE-TABLE BOOK” (In preparation)
Weber, A.W., and K. Maryniak (eds.). n.d. Stories from the Baikal Archaeology Project. Sample chapter and proposal submitted to publisher in June '08).
Acknowledgements, Foreword, Overview
Chapter 1. Goriunova, O.I. History of the Baikal Archaeology Project
Chapter 2.  Anderson, D.G. Hunting and herding in the 19th century
Chapter 3. Anderson, D.G. Neo-shamanism in the Transbaikal region
Chapter 4. Bamforth, F. Unraveling the genetics of the Baikal population
Chapter 5. Bazaliiskii, V.I. Fine art treasures of the prehistoric hunters of Lake Baikal
Chapter 6. Goriunova, O.I. The shaman and his drum
Chapter 7. Katzenberg, M.A. Making the best of limited food choices: Dietary adaptations in prehistoric Siberia
Chapter 8. Kungurova ,N.Iu. Stone tools and their use
Chapter 9. Lieverse, A.R. The bones of Baikal: Stories from the skeletons
Chapter 10. Losey, R.J. Fishing ancient Lake Baikal
Chapter 11. McKenzie, H.G.  A Bronze Age hunter-gatherer funeral at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV on Lake Baikal, Siberia
Chapter 12. Schurr, T. Exploring the genetic ancestry of prehistoric Cisbaikal populations
Chapter 13. Weber, A.W.  Prehistoric seal hunters of Lake Baikal
Chapter 14. Weber, A.W.  Travel and migration around Lake Baikal
Chapter 15. White, D. Chasing snails in Siberia
Conclusion/epilogue, Glossary, Further reading

DATABASES (In preparation)
Anderson, D.G., with Gordon Neish. The demographic and economic dynamics of aboriginal people in Central Siberia in 1926/27. Version 4.0. A web-mounted MySQL database allowing public access to selected anonymised records for 8,333 indigenous households from the 1926/27 Polar Census.  www.abdn.ac.uk/polarcensus

2007

REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

EDITED BOOKS
Weber, A.W., M.A. Katzenberg, and O.I. Goriunova (eds.). 2007. Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, a Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemetery on Lake Baikal, Siberia: Osteological Materials. Northern Hunter-Gatherers Research Series 3. Edmonton: CCI Press.
THESES
Gustafson, E.P. 2007. Teeth and DNA: The mining of Mesolithic and Neolithic teeth in a non-destructive manner. M.A. thesis. Dept. of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Univ. of Alberta.
Nomokonova, T. 2007. Zooarchaeological Study of Faunal Remains from the Ityrkhei site on Lake Baikal, Siberia. MA Thesis. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
Nunes, A. 2007. A Holocene environmental reconstruction from an upland lake in the Baikal region, Siberia, using chironomid and organic geochemical analyses. MSc of Quaternary Science Thesis. University College London, U.K. and UK Natural History Museum.
Novikov, A.G. 2007. Pogrebal'naia praktika naseleniia glazkovskoi kul'tury Pribaikal'ia: po materialam mogil'nika Khuzhir-Nuge XIV [Mortuary practices of the Glazkovo culture population in the Cisbaikal: Based on mate-rials from the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery] (Avtoreverat kandidatskoi dissertatsii). Authorized abstract from an unpublished Candidate of History dissertation. Dept. of Archaeology and Ethnography, Irkutsk State Univ.

BOOK CHAPTERS
Anderson, D.G. 2007. Mobile architecture and social life: The case of the conical skin lodge in the Putoran Plateau region. In S. Beyries, V. Vaté (dir.) Les civilisations du renne d’hier et d’aujourd’hui. Approches ethnohistoriques, archéologiques et anthropologiques, actes des XVIIe rencontres internationales d’archéologie et d’histoire d’Antibes 43–63. Antibes: Éditions APDCA.
Goriunova, O.I., Novikov, A.G., Vorob'eva, G.A., Weber, A.W., Losey, R.J., Nomokonova, T.IU., Orlova, L.A. 2007. Prodolzhenie raskopok Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Continuing excavation of the Russian-Canadian expedition in the Sagan-Zaba Bay on Lake Baikal]. In Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii 212–15. Vol. 13. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.

ARTICLES IN SCHOLARLY REFEREED JOURNALS
Abzaeva, A.A., Bezrukova, E.V., Bychinsky, V.A. et al. (in alphabetical order) [Hövsgöl Drilling Project Group]. 2007. Struktura donnykh otlozhenii oz. Khubsugul: geologicheskii i klimaticheskii kontrol' [Structure of bottom sediments in Lake Hövsgöl: geological and climate controls]. Geologiia i geofizika 48:863–85.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. Is Siberian reindeer herding in crisis? Living with reindeer 15 years after the end of state socialism. Nomadic Peoples, vol. 10(2): 86–103.
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2007. Drevnee iskusstvo Baikal'skoi Sibiri [Ancient art of the Baikal region of Siberia]. Zemlia Irkutskaia (Irkutsk: Ottisk), no. 1(32): 3–13.
Bezrukova, E., Letunova, P., Abzaeva, A. et al. 2007. Rekonstruktsiia prirodnoi sredy i klimata golotsena na osnove vysokorazreshaiushchikh pyl'tsevykh zapisei v kontekste vozmozhnogo vliianiia etikh izmenenii na usloviia obitaniia cheloveka [Reconstruction of the Holocene environment and climate on the base of fine-resolution pollen records in the contest of possible influence of these variations on the human habitation conditions]. Severnaia Aziia v antropogene: chelovek, paleotekhnologii, geologiia, antropologiia 1:42–50.
Brandisauskas, D. 2007. Symbolism and ecological uses of fire among Orochen-Evenki. Sibirica 6(1): 95–109.
Kuz'min, S., Dan'ko, L., Snytko, V., Bezrukova, E., Orlova, L. 2007. New data on environments of Cisbaikalia in the Late Holocene. Earth Sciences 412(1): 77–81. [Russian ver. published 2007 in Doklady Akademii nauk 412(1): 107–11.]
Lieverse, A.R., Link, D.W., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. 2007. Dental health indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change in Siberia’s Cis-Baikal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 134:323–39.
Lieverse, A.R., Weber, A.W., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Goriunova, O.I., Savel'ev, N.A. 2007. Osteoarthritis in the mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal: Skeletal indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 132:1–16.
Nomokonova, T., Losey, R.J., Goriunova, O.I. 2007. Vliianie metodov polevykh rabot i tafonomicheskikh protsessov na kostnye ostatki ryb s mnogosloinoi stoianki Ityrkhei (Maloe More, Ozero Baikal) [Effects of recovery biases and taphonomic processes on fish remains from the multilayered habitation site Ityrkhei (Little Sea, Lake Baikal)]. Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU) 5:154–67.
Novikov, A.G. 2007. Pogrebeniia bronzovogo veka Pribaikal'ia s narushennoi anatomicheskoi tselostnost'iu kostiakov [A Bronze Age burial in the Cisbaikal with disturbed anatomical integrity].Vestnik Novosibirskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Seriia: Istoriia, filologiia, vol. 6, no. 3 (Arkheologiia i etnografiia): 109–17.
Prokopenko, A., Khursevich, G., Bezrukova, E., Kuzmin, M., Boes, X., Williams, D., Kulagina, N., Letunova, P., Abzaeva, A. 2007. Paleoenvironmental proxy records from Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia, and a synthesis of Holocene climate change in the Lake Baikal watershed. Quaternary Research 68:2–17.
Tarasov, P., Bezrukova, E., Karabanov, E., Nakagawa, T., Kulagina, M., Letunova, P., Abzaeva, A., Granoszewski, W., Riedel, F. 2007. Vegetation and climate dynamics during the Holocene and Eemian interglacials derived from Lake Baikal pollen records. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 252:440–57.
Tarasov, P., Williams, J.W., Andreev, A., Nakagawa, T., Bezrukova, E., Herzschuh, U., Igarashi, Ye., Müller, S., Werner, K., Zheng, Zh. 2007. Satellite- and pollen-based quantitative woody cover reconstructions for northern Asia: Verification and application to late-Quaternary pollen data. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 264:284–98.
Teten'kin, A.V. 2007. Elity, zemlianki i mogily: V poiskakh ponimaniia perspektiv [Elites, pithouses and graves: In search of comprehension of perspectives]. Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU) 5:7–34.

NON-REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

ARTICLES and CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Anderson, D.G., Vin'kovskaia, O.P., Vologina, E.G., Vershinin, K.V., Ineshin, E.M., Kuznetsov, O.V., Kulagina, N., Shturm, M. 2007. Paleoekologicheskii aspekt v etnoarkheologicheskikh issledovaniiakh stoianok okhotnikov-olenevodov Baikalo-Patomskogo nagor'ia [The paleoaecological aspect in ethnoarchaeological research of hunter–reindeer herder settlements in the Baikal-Patomsk Upland]. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 408–13. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. A comparative analysis of English and Russian language traditions of writing the history of indigenous people. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 581-583. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. The classification of historical occupations (zaniatii) of Siberian indigenous peoples by means of the international standard “NAPP-HISTCO”. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 288-289. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Argounova-Low, T. 2007. Narrating the Road. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 378-385. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Bazaliiskii, V.I., Sekerin, A.P., Weber, A.W. 2007. Veshchestvennyi sostav i syr'evye istochniki soprovoditel'nogo inventaria iz kamnia po materialam mogil'nika Shamanka II [List of items and sources of raw materials in the lithic grave goods of the Shamanka II cemetery]. In G.I. Medvedev (ed.) Severnaia Aziia v antropogene: Chelovek, paleotekhnologii, geoekologiia, etnologiia i antropologiia 36–42. Vol. 1. Irkutsk: Ottisk.
Bush, A.B.G. 2007. Holocene climate change in the Cis-Baikal region. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 386–8. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Davydov, V.N. 2007. Kommodifikatsiia prirody i kul'tury [Commodification of Nature and Culture]. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proeceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theories, Methods, and Practice 319-322. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Glavatskaia, E. 2007. Ethnic history of Siberia through the mirror of Euro American “ethnic history”. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 480-485. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Jordan, P. 2007. Reconstructing ‘Identities as Lived’: Ethnohistoric Insights from Western Siberia. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 699-701. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.  
Katzenberg, M.A. 2007. Human Dietary Adaptations in Northern Regions. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 632. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Kharinskii A.V. (ed.) 2007. Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 403406. Irkutsk-Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Kharinskii, A.V. 2007. Struktura rybolovetskikh stoianok zhitelei Severobaikal'sogo raiona [Structure of the fishing sites of former residents of the northern Baikal region]. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice436–40. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Kharinskii, A.V. 2007. Vstrecha dvukh kul'tur: evenki i russkie v severnom Pribaikal'e [A meeting of two cultures: Evenkis and Russians in the northern Cisbaikal]. In Mir kochevykh tsivilizatsii: Istoriia i sovremennost' (Materialy nauchnoi konferentsii, 10–12 oktiabria 2007 g.) 251–6. Chita: Express Press.
Klokov, K.B. 2007. The data of Circumpolar Census 1926/1927 as a historical source for the legitimization of indigenous population rights on territories of traditional environmental use. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 491-494. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Kungurova, N.Iu. 2007. The crossing of stone handling technologies in the Neolithic and Early Iron Age: based on material collected in Altai and Pribaikal regions. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice73-76. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Lieverse, A.R. 2007. Musculoskeletal indicators of mobility and activity patterns in the mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal (summary). In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theories, Methods, and Practice246–252. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Long, J. 2007. Ritual and Everyday Practice in Cisbaikal Buriat Communities. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theories, Methods, and Practice 591-594. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Losey, R.J. 2007. Reconstructing the size of fish harvested at Lake Baikal archaeological sites: Methods and insights. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theories, Methods, and Practice 336-341. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
 Metcalf, M.A. 2007. The Bronze Age cemetery of Kurma XI: Mortuary variability and social organization of hunters and gatherers of Siberia, Russia. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 253–261. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Nakhshina, M.L. 2007. Details and features of landscape of village Kuzomen’ as perceived by local dwellers and ‘guests’. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 525-528. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Nomokonova, T., Losey, R.J., Goriunova, O.I. 2007. Zooarkheologicheskii analiz faunisticheskikh materialov s mnogosloinoi stoianki Ityrkhei (Maloe more, ozero Baikal) [Zooarchaeological analysis of faunal materials from the multilayered archaeological site Ityrkhei (Little Sea, Lake Baikal)]. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 341–5. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Novikov, A.G., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. 2007. Raboty v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Work at Sagan-Zaba Bay on Lake Baikal]. In Arkheologicheskie otkrytiia 2006 goda. Moscow: Izd-vo RAN.Novikov, A.G., Dolganov, V.A. 2006. Kompleksy rannego neolita mnogosloinogo poseleniia Ityrkhei (oz. Baikal) [Early Neolithic complexes at the multilayer Ityrkhei settlement (Lake Baikal)]. Arkheologiia, etnografiia i paleoekologiia Severnoi Evrazii i sopredel'nykh territorii. Vol. 1, pp. 28–30. Krasnoiarsk: Izd-vo KGPU.
Schurr,T., Zhadanov, S.I., Osipova, L.P., Dulik, M.C., Gokcumen, O., Pai, A.A., Andreenkov, O.V., Tabikhanova, L.E., Gubina, M.A., and Labuda, D. 2007. Genetic Diversity in Indigenous Populations from the Altai Region: Implications for the Prehistory of Siberia. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proeceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theories, Methods, and Practice 256-257. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Simonova, V.V. 2007. Kolonizatsiia utopiei [Colonization by Utopia]. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proeceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theories, Methods, and Practice 556-561.Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Teten'kin A.V. 2007. Rezul'taty i perspektivy issledovaniia arkheologicheskoho kompleksa “Kovrizhka” na r. N. Vitim [Results and prospects of research of the complex of archaeological sites Kovrizhka on Lower Vitim]. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice89–93. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Vahdati Nasab, H., and Thomson, T. 2007. Examination of mtDNA polymorphism at the Neolithic Shamanka II cemetery, Lake Baikal, Siberia. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proeceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theories, Methods, and Practice 257-261. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
Weber, A.W. 2007. Early Neolithic chronology and mortuary variability in Cis-Baikal. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 114–121. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.
White, D., Preece, R.C., Shchetnikov, A.A. 2007. Holocene ecological change in the upper Lena River valley reconstructed from malacofauna data. In A.V. Kharinskii (ed.) Conference Proceedings, The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice 403–406. Irkutsk–Edmonton: Izd-vo IrGTU.

RESEARCH REPORTS
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2007. Otchet o raskopkakh mogil'nika Shamanka II v 2006g. v Sliudianskom raione Irkutskoi oblasti [Report on the Excavation of the Shamanka II Cemetery in 2006, in Sliudansk raion, Irkutsk oblast]. Irkutsk, Archive of the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 360 pp.
Faccia, K. 2007. Shamanka II 2006 Osteology Field Report. Baikal Archaeology Project, Univ. of Alberta.
Novikov, A.G., Goriunova, O.I., Vorob'eva, G.A. 2007. Arkheologicheskie raboty v bukhte Sagan-Zaba letom 2006 g. (Ol'khonskii raion Irkutskoi oblasti, Rossiia) [Archaeological work in Sagan-Zaba Bay during the summer of 2006 (Olkhon raion, Irkutsk oblast, Russia)]. Archives of the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 168 pp.
Vorobeva, G.A. 2007. Geoarchaeological locality of Sagan-Zaba. Trench 1 and 2. Results of soil and ecological studies. Irkutsk State University.
Waters-Rist, A. 2007. Description of Dentition from Burials: Shamanka II 2006. Data Compiled by Andrea Waters-Rist and Kate Faccia. Dental Report Prepared by Andrea Waters-Rist. Submitted to the Baikal Archaeology Project, Edmonton, Alberta.

CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / LECTURES
Note: Presentations at the BAP organized conference "The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice" Irkutsk, Russia 19–25 May 2007 listed separately below.

Does not include presentations at the BAP Graduate Student Seminar Series.


Graduate Student Seminars and Miscellaneous Presentations Go to "Seminars and Presentations" tab


Anderson, D.G. 2007. Neoshamanism in Urban and Rural Spaces. Invited Lecture, Departmental Seminar, Dept. of Social Anthropology, Univ. of Edinburgh, October.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. The Classification of Historical Occupations of Siberian Indigenous Peoples. Invited Lecture for ESF Networking Meeting, St. Petersburg State Univ., October.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. Performing Nature. Invited Lecture, Institute of Social Anthropology, Univ. of Oslo, August.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. Homelands and Ethnogenesis. Invited Lecture to the Association for Nordic Ethnography, Institute of Social Anthropology, Univ. of Oslo, May.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. Landscape as Narrative. Discussant’s Commentary at the “Landscapes without Land” Seminar, Univ. of Aberdeen, Spring.
Anderson, D.G. 2007. Perestroika in Siberia. Invited Paper at the Seminar on Perestroika, Dept. of History, Univ. of Aberdeen, Spring.
Argounova-Low, T. 2007. Narrating the road. ESRC Landscape Seminar, Univ. of Aberdeen.
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2007. Pogrebal'nye kompleksy rannego neolita Baikal'skoi Sibiri [Early Neolithic Mortuary Complexes in the Baikal Region of Siberia]. Presentation at the All-Russian Conference on Northern Asian Anthropogenesis: Humans, Plaeotechnologies, Geoecology, Ethnology, and Anthropology, with International Participation, on the Occasion of the Centenary of the Birth of M.M. Gerasimov. Irkutsk, May.
Bezrukova, E. 2007. Oral presentation at the XIII Scientific Conference of Geographers of Siberia and the Far East dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the V.B. Sochava Institute of Geography, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Irkutsk, November 27–29. 
Bezrukova, E. 2007. Oral presentation at the XVII International Conference (school) on marine geology. Moscow, November 12–16.
Bezrukova, E.      2007. Terrestrial Environmental Changes in East Eurasia and Adjacent Areas. Presentation at 6th International Symposium. Irkutsk–Listvianka, 24–28 August.
Bezrukova, E. 2007. Oral presentation at the All-Russian conference (with international participation) dedicated to the centenary of M.M. Gerasimov. Irkutsk.
Bush, A.B.G. 2008 & 2007. Holocene Climate and Cultural Changes in the Lake Baikal Region. Presented at the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Congress; Univ. of Western Ontario, and at the American Geophysical Union Fall meeting, resp.
Ehrenfried, A. 2007. Restless in One's Own Village: A Siberian Indigenous Village Site in Cyclical Growth. Contemporary Russian Culture Study Group, CRASSH, Cambridge, November.
Goriunova, O.I., Novikov, A.G. 2007. Prodolzhenie rabot Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Continuation of the work of the Russian-Canadian expedition in Sagan-Zaba Bay on Lake Baikal]. Copresentation at the XIII Annual Scholarly Sessions of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Novosibirsk.
Jordan, P. 2007. Speaker and discussant on panel, Exploring Human-Animal Relations in Northern Eurasia. Society of American Archaeology Meeting, Austin, Texas, April.
Jordan, P. 2007. Speaker in session, Theoretical and Methodological Advances in the Study of Hunter Gatherer Pottery. Society of American Archaeology Meeting, Austin, Texas, April.
Losey, R.J. 2007. Archaeology Perspectives on Human-Animal Interaction in North Asia. Organized and chaired symposium at the Society for American Archaeology Annual Meeting. Austin, Texas.
Losey, R., Nomokonova, T. 2007. Vvedenie v zooarkhaeologiiu [Introduction to zooarchaeology]. Guest lecture and seminar at 2007 Siberian Archaeological Field School. Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences at Novosibirsk. Irkutsk, May.
Losey, R, Nomokonova, T. 2007. Modeling Mesolithic to Early Bronze Age Fishing in Cis-Baikal, Siberia. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Austin, Texas.
McKenzie, H.G. 2007. Mogil'noe Mesto and the Spatial Representation of Death. Invited Lecture to the SAnECH Seminar Series, Department of Anthropology, University of Aberdeen (March 8).
Metcalf, M.A. 2007. Patterns of cemetery use during the Bronze Age in Cis-Baikal, Siberia.Frucht Memorial Lecture Series Conference, Univ. of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. March 8.
Nomokonova, T. 2007. Ancient fishing on Lake Baikal, Siberia. Northern Research Day at Canadian Circumpolar Institute. Edmonton, April.
Nomokonova, T. 2007. Lake Baikal fishing: Analyses of faunal remains from the Ityrkhei site, Siberia. Annual Frucht Lecture Series, Univ. of Alberta. Edmonton, March.
Nomokonova, T. 2007. Prehistory of the Lake Baikal area, Siberia. Guest lecture at Anthr 209: World Prehistory class, Univ. of Alberta. Edmonton, March.
Nomokonova, T. 2007. Analyses of faunal remains from archaeological sites: Case study of the Ityrkhei site on Lake Baikal, Siberia. Guest lecture at Arky 1000z: Introduction to Archaeology, Univ. of Lethbridge. Edmonton, February.
Preece, R.C., White, D., Shchetnikov, A.A. 2007. Holocene molluscan successions from the Lake Baikal region, Siberia. 16th International Congress of Unitas Malacologica. Antwerp, July 15–20.
Schurr, T.G. 2007. The Prehistory of Mongolian Populations: Evidence from Craniometric, Dental Trait and Genetic Studies. ‘Mapping Mongolia’: Penn Museum International Research Conference, Philadelphia PA.
Teten'kin A.V. 2007. Baikal'skii arkheologicheskii proekt. Research paper competition, Irkutsk State Technical Univ., October.
Vahdati Nasab, H. 2007. Genetics in Anthropology: The Origins of Modern Humans. Dept. of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, Univ. of Alberta, March 8.
Waters-Rist, A. 2007. Dental Modification in Ancient Siberians: ‘Teeth as Tools’. Noon-Hour Lecture Series, Dept. of Archaeology, Univ. of Calgary, April 2.
Weber, A.W. 2007. Strontium Isotope Perspective on Hunter-gather Community Structure, Migrations, Mobility, and Subsistence: A Middle Holocene Case Study from the Baikal Region, Siberia. Session “Bioarchaeology of Individual Life Histories” at The 14th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Valletta, Malta, September 18.
Weber, A.W. 2007. Middle Holocene hunter-gatherer subsistence patterns in the Baikal region of Siberia. Eat, Drink and be Merry: The Archaeology of Foodways, Chacmool Conference, Univ. of Calgary, November.
Weber, A.W. 2007. Patterns of cemetery use by middle Holocene hunter-gatherers of Cis-Baikal, Siberia. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists. Zadar, Croatia, September.
White, D., Preece, R.C. 2007. Biodiversity and Holocene environmental change reconstructed from terrestrial mollusk successions in the Lake Baikal region, Siberia. 6th International Symposium on Terrestrial Environmental Changes in East Eurasia and Adjacent Areas. Irkustk–Listvyanka, August 24–28.

"Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice" 19–25 May 2007, Irkutsk, Russia 

Note:  The proceedings for this conference were published in both English and Russian as Kharinskii, A.V. (ed.) 2007 The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia; Theory, Methods and Practice.  BAP participants’ presentations are listed below only, and exclude non-BAP participants. For a detailed conference program, please go to: http://bap.arts.ualberta.ca/Conference2007/

Plenary papers on “Ethnohistory”
Chairman: Kharinskii, A.V.
Section “Ethnic History and Ethnohistory” (AHRC Session)
Chairman: Anderson, D.G.
Presenters:
Anderson, D.G. Ethnic History and Ethnohistory.
Jordan, P. Reconstructing ‘Identities as Lived’: Ethnohistoric Insights from Western Siberia.
Simonova, V.V. Colonized by utopia.
Section “Ritual and Ethnoconfessions” (AHRC Session)
Chairman: Glavatskaia, E.
Presenters:
Glavatskaia, E. Ethnic history of Siberia through the mirror of Euro American “ethnic history”.
Long, J. Ritual and Everyday Practice in Cisbaikal Buriat Communities.
Argounova-Low, T. Narrating the Road.
Nakhshina, M.L. Details and features of landscape of village Kuzomen’ as perceived by local dwellers and ‘guests’.
PLENARY SESSION “ARCHAEOLOGY”
Chairman: Jordan, P.
Section “Archaeology of Ancient Hunters and Gatherers Paleolithic–Mesolithic”
Chairman: Teten’kin, A.V.
Presenters:
Teten’kin, A.V. The results and perspectives of the research of the complex of archeological locations in Kovrizhka (Nizhnii Vitim).
Section “Archaeology of Ancient Hunters and Gatherers (Late Stone Age–the Iron Age)”
Chairman: Weber, A.W.
Presenters:
Weber, A.W. Early Neolithic chronology and mortuary variability in Cis-Baikal.
McKenzie, H.G. Radiocarbon dating in Cis-Baikal: prospects and problems.
Metcalf, M. The Bronze Age cemetery of Kurma XI: Mortuary variability and social organization of hunters and gatherers of Siberia, Russia.
PLENARY SESSION “PALEOECOLOGY AND BIOARCHAEOLOGY”
Presenters:
Beamish, R. (BAP Keynote Speaker) The importance of Pacific Salmon in the post-glacial settlements in British Columbia.
Katzenberg, M.A. (BAP Keynote Speaker) Human Dietary Adaptations in Northern Regions.
Section “Bioarchaeology and Human Genetics”
Chairmen: Katzenberg, M.A. and Kuzmin, Y.
Presenters:
Kungurova, N.Iu. Leather processing tools from Shamanka II cemetery (Lake Baikal).
Lieverse, A.R. Musculoskeletal indicators of mobility and activity patterns in the mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal.
Schurr,T.G., Zhadanov, S.I., Osipova, L.P., Dulik, M.C., Gokcumen, O., Pai, A.A., Andreenkov, O.V., Tabikhanova, L.E., Gubina, M.A., and Labuda, D. Genetic Diversity in Indigenous Populations from the Altai Region: Implications for the Prehistory of Siberia.
Vahdati Nasab, H., and Thomson, T. Examination of mtDNA polymorphism at the Neolithic Shamanka II cemetery, Lake Baikal, Siberia.
Section “Paleoecology, Humans and Environment”
Presenters:
White, D., Preece, R.C., Shchetnikov, A.A. Holocene ecological change in the upper Lena River valley reconstructed from malacofauna data.
Losey, R.J. Reconstructing the size of fish harvested at Lake Baikal archaeological sites: Methods and insights.
Nomokonova, T., Losey, R.J., Goriunova, O.I. Zooarchaeological analysis of faunal remains from habitation site Ityrkhei (Lake Baikal, Siberia).
Section “Ethnohistory and Museum Studies”
Chairman: Anderson, D.G.
Presenters:
Davydov, V.N. Commodification of nature and culture.
Section “Ethnoarchaeology of settlements”
Presenters
Brandisaukas, D. Northern Images: Walking Tungus in the Transbaikal.
Section “Historical demography of indigenous peoples” (ESF Session)
Presenters:
Klokov, K.B. The data of Circumpolar Census 1926/1927 as a historical source for the legitimization of indigenous population rights on territories of traditional environmental use.
Section “Paleoecology, humans and environment”
Presenters:
Bush, A.B.G. Holocene climate change in the Cis-Baikal region.

CONFERENCES CONVENED
Anderson, D.G., with H. McKenzie and A. Kharinskii. The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods, Practice. Irkutsk, May 2007 [120 participants]

POSTER PRESENTATIONS, ABSTRACTS, AND JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT ENTRIES
Dulik, M.C., Gokcumen, O., Zhadanov, S., Osipova, L., Schurr, T.G. 2007. The phylogeography of haplogroup D5. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 132(S44): 102.
Gokcumen, O., Dulik, M.C., Zhadanov, S., Osipova, L., Schurr, T.G. 2007. The phylogeography of haplogroup N1a. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 132(S44): 117.
Gökçümen, O., Schurr, T.G. 2007. Molecular anthropology: Motifs in Central Asia. International Congress of Turkish-Speaking Forensic Scientists Abstracts.
Lieverse, A.R. 2007. Dental indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change in the mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal (Siberia) (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 44: 156.
Schroeder, K.B., Jakobsson, M., Schurr, T.G., Crawford, M.H., Conrad, D.F., Osipova, L.P., Tarskaia, L,A,, Zhadanov, S.I., Wall, J.I., Pritchard, J.K., Smith, D.G., Rosenberg, N.A. 2007. Haplotypic background of a high-frequency Native American private allele. American Society of Human Genetics Abstracts, p. 272.
Schurr, T.G., Zhadanov, S.I., Osipova, L.P., Dulik, M.C., Gokcumen, O., Pai, A.A., Andreenkov, Tabikhanova, L.E., Gubina, M.A., Labuda, D. 2007. Genetic diversity in indigenous populations from the Altai region: Implications for the prehistory of Siberia. ‘The Ethnohistory and Archaeology of Northern Eurasia: Theory, Methods and Practice’ Conference Abstracts, pp. 256-57.
Stock, J.T., Mirazón-Lahr, M. 2007. Climate, human dispersals, and adaptation in body size and physique among indigenous populations of the Americas and Siberia. American Association for Physical Anthropology, Philadelphia, PA, American Journal of Physical Anthropology Suppl. 44:226
Waters-Rist, A., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I., Katzenberg, M.A. 2007. Activity-Induced Dental Modification in Holocene Siberian Hunter-Gatherers. Annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists. Philadelphia, March 29.

CLASSROOM AND PUBLIC LECTURES
(Ethnoarchaeology Module represented in this section by its PhD students only)
Bamforth, F. 2007. The lives of Neolithic Siberians seen through DNA. Presentation at the annual meeting of the Alberta Society of Laboratory Physicians. Edmonton, 25 March.
Brandisauskas, D. 2007. Reindeer herding and hunting beliefs among the Orochen of the Transbaikal. Public lecture at Center of Social Anthropology, Kaunas Univ. (Lithuania), May.
Brandisauskas, D. 2007. Concept of Masterhood among the Orochen of the Transbaikal. PhD seminar, Dept. of Anthropology. Aberdeen Univ. (Scotland), May.
Ehrenfried, A. 2007. Die Indianer Sibiriens: Kooperationen und Erfahrungsaustausch zweier Kontinenten [Indians of Siberia: Cooperation Projects and Exchange of Experiences between two Continents]. Lecture Series at the Dept. of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Univ. of Vienna, October.
Ehrenfried, A. 2007. Der Sibirische Polar Zensus von 1926/27. Bevölkerungsstatistik und die Konstruktion von sozialen Realitäten [The Siberian Polar Census of 1926/27. Population Statistics and the Construction of Social Realities]. Lecture Series at the Dept. of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Univ. of Vienna, October.
Faccia, K. 2007. Digging the past: Archaeology in Siberia. Presentation to West End Middle School 6th Grade Social Studies Classes. Nashville, December 20.
Faccia, K. 2007. Excavating in Siberia: The Baikal Archaeology Project. Guest Lecturer, Univ. of Calgary, Presentation for Univ. of Calgary Course Introduction to Archaeology (H. Cooper), April.
Faccia, K. 2007. Bioarchaeology and the Baikal Archaeology Project. Guest lecture for Univ. of Calgary Course Paleopathology and Paleonutrition (M. Buzon), March 15.
Lieverse, A.R. 2007. Bioarchaeology of Siberia’s Cis-Baikal: biological indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change. Lecture presented to the Saskatoon Archaeology Society, 19 October.
Lieverse, A.R. 2007. Forensics and bioarchaeology: studying human remains. Lecture presented to the Univ. of Saskatchewan’s Experience Us Program. Saskatoon, 12 October.
McKenzie, H.G. 2007. An Overview of Research by the Baikal Archaeology Project. Invited Lecture to the Anthropology Colloquium, Department of Anthropology, University of Toronto, Nov. 30.
Preece, R.C. 2007. Siberian snails – signposts to the past. Toft, Cambridge, UK.
Schurr, T.G. 2007. Presentation about the Baikal Archeology Project, ANTH 417 (History of Native Siberian Peoples). Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Pennsylania. Fall.
Waters-Rist, A. 2007. Human Skeletal Biology: Health and Activity in Ancient Siberians. Invited Lecture for Archaeology 203: Introduction to Physical Anthropology, Univ. of Calgary, October 9.
White, D. 2007. Palaeoecology and Neolithic archaeology of the Lake Baikal region, Siberia. Guest Lecture at Chifeng College. Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, September 3.
White, D. 2007. The Baikal Archaeology Project: An overview of research. George Pitt-Rivers Laboratory Talk, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Univ. of Cambridge, UK, March 16.
White, D. 2007. Chasing snails in Siberia. Darwin College Sciences Group, Univ. of Cambridge, UK, March 15.

PUBLIC ACTIVITIES (excluding lectures) and MEDIA PUBLICITY (radio, television, online articles)
Brandisauskas, D. 2007. Interview, table discussion on anthropological perspectives in Lithuania and fieldwork experience in Siberia (Lithuanian State TV). September.
Lieverse, A.R., Vryenhoek, L. 2007. What’s bred in the bones of Baikal? Research Matters, Memorial University’s research magazine 1(3):6–8.

VISITING RESEARCH POSITIONS
Katzenberg, M.A. 2007. Seminar and Workshop on Stable Isotope Methods of investigating past diet. Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Auckland, February 2007, by invitation, sponsored by ISAT and the Royal Society of New Zealand (2 week visit).
McKenzie, H.G. 2006/07. Visiting Researcher / SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK. Jan. 2006–Aug. 2007.
White, D. 2006/07. Dept. of Archaeology, Univ. of Cambridge, UK, October 2006–September 2007.

NORTHERN HUNTER-GATHERERS RESEARCH SERIES
VOL. 3 (2007)

Weber, A.W., M.A. Katzenberg, and O.I. Goriunova (eds.). 2007. Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, A Middle Holocene Hunter-gatherer Cemetery on Lake Baikal, Siberia: Osteological Materials (with Russian translation of Introduction and Russian summaries of chapters 2–4).
Introduction (pp. 1–11). Weber, A.W., Katzenberg, M.A., Goriunova, O.I. Overview of the Baikal Archaeology Project and bioarchaeological studies of the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery.
Chapter 1 (pp. 21–215). Lieverse, A.R., Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I. Human osetological remains, 1997–2001.
Chapter 2 (pp.217–29). Lieverse, A.R. Human Taphonomy: Variable skeletal condition and its cultural implications.
Chapter 3 (pp. 233–48). Lieverse, A.R. Human osteological evidence: Demography and health.
Chapter 4 (pp. 253–66). Weitzel, M. Mortuary use of fire: An experimental approach.
Appendix 1 (pp. 271–96). Weber, A.W., Lieverse, A.R, Weitzel, M. Selected photographs.
Appendix 2 (pp. 297–308). Weitzel, M., Shaw, D., Lieverse, A.R. Skeletal outline charts.
Appendix 3 (pp. 309–13). Lieverse, A.R. Taphonomic variables.
Appendix 4 (CD-ROM). Weber, A.W., Lieverse, A.R., Weitzel, M. Photographic documentation.
Appendix 5 (CD-ROM). Lieverse, A.R. Taphonomy data table.

2006

REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

THESES
Metcalf, M. 2006. The Bronze Age cemetery of Kurma XI: a contribution to understanding the mortuary variability and social organization of hunters and gatherers of Siberia, Russia. MA Thesis. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
Robertson, C. 2006. Grave Disturbance at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Siberia. MA Thesis. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
Thomson, T. 2006. Examination of mtDNA polymorphisms from the Shamanka II cemetery. M.A. thesis. Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Alberta.
White, D. 2006. Holocene climate and culture change in the Lake Baikal region, Siberia. Ph.D. dissertation. Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Alberta.

BOOK CHAPTERS
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2006. "Neordinarnye" pogrebeniia v pozdnem mezolite-rannem neolite Baikal'skoi Sibiri [Unusual Late Mesolithic–Early Neolithic burials in the Baikal Region of Siberia]. In Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii: Mat-ly God. Sessii 17–21. Vol. XII, no. 1. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.
Bazaliiskii, V.I., Weber, A.W. 2006. Raskopki mogil'nika Shamanka II v 2006 g [Excavations of the Shamanka II Cemetery in 2006]. In Problemy arkheologii, ethografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii: Mat-ly God. Sessii 11–16. Vol. XII, no. 1. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.
Goriunova, O.I., Novikov, A.G., Vorob'eva G.A., Weber, A.W. 2006. Raboty Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Work of the Russian-Canadian expedition in Sagan-Zaba Bay on Lake Baikal]. In Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel’nykh territorii. Vol. XII, part 1: 311–14. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IAEt SO RAN.
Jordan, P. 2006. Ethnographic Analogy. In G. Warren and C. Conneller (eds.) Reconstructing the British and Irish Mesolithic 83–100. Plenipotentiary. Oxford: Oxbow. [draws on Siberian case studies = ethnoarchaeology]
Kungurova, N.Iu., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W. 2006. Trasologicheskie issledovaniia kamennykh izdelii mogil'nika Kurma XI (oz. Baikal). In Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii. Materialy godovoi itogovoi sessii IAEt SO RAN. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo IA SO RAN.

ARTICLES IN SCHOLARLY REFEREED JOURNALS
Anderson, D.G. 2006. Dwellings and space in post-socialist Siberia: A review of vernacular architecture among hunters and reindeer herders in Central and Eastern Siberia. Norwegian Archaeological Review, vol. 39(1): 1–26. [Comments and Discussion in vol. 39(2): 162–71]
Anderson, D.G. 2006. The Turukhansk Polar Census Expedition of 1926/27 at the crossroads of two scientific traditions. Sibirica, vol. 5(1): 24–61.
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2006. Nekotorye aspekty proiavleniia vtorichnykh pogrebal'nykh praktik v rituale zakhoronenij pozdnego mezolita – rannego neolita Baikal'skoi Sibiri [Certain aspects of the manifestation of secondary burial practices in the Late Mesolithic–Early Neolithic mortuary rituals in the Baikal region of Siberia]. Vestnik IrGTU (Irkutsk: Izd-vo IrGTU), vol. 4(28), no. 2: 213.
Bazaliiskii, V.I., Lieverse, A.R., Haverkort, C.M., Pezhemskii, D.V., Tiutrin, A.A., Turkin, G.V., Weber, A.W. 2006. Ranneneoliticheskii kompleks pogrebenii mogil'nika Shamanka II (po materialam raskopok 1998–2003 g.) [The Early Neolithic burial complex at the Shamanka II cemetery (1998–2003 excavation season materials). Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU) 4:80–104.
Belova, A., Bezrukova, E., Sokolova, L., Abzaeva, A., Letunova, P., Fisher, E., Orlova, L. 2006. Rastitel'nost' Baikal'skogo regiona kak indikator global'nykh i regional'nykh izmenenii prirodnoi sredy Severnoi Azii v pozdnem kainozoe [Vegetation of Baikal region as an indicator of global and regional environmental changes of Northern Asia in the Late Cenozoic]. Geografiia i prirodnye resursy 3:5–18.
Bezrukova, E., Belova, A., Abzaeva, A., Letunova, P., Orlova, L., Sokolova, L., Kulagina, N., Fisher, E. 2006. First high-resolution dated records of vegetation and climate changes on the Lake Baikal northern shore in the Middle–Late Holocene. Earth Sciences 411(8): 1331–5. [Russian ver. published 2006 in Doklady Akademii Nauk 411(2): 254–8.]
Bush, A.B.G. 2006. Temporal variability of the South Asian Monsoon through the Late Quaternary: Results from AGCM and AOGCM simulations. Journal of the Geological Society of India 68:533–44.
Kuz'min, S., Dan'ko, L., Bezrukova, E., Andreeva, E. 2006. Etapy antropogennogo vozdeistviia na landshafty Priol'khon'ia [Stages of anthropogenic impacts on the Pre-Olkhon landscapes]. Izvestiia Akademii nauk 1:47–60.
Lieverse, A.R., Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I. 2006. Human taphonomy at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Siberia: A new method for documenting skeletal condition. Journal of Archaeological Science 33(8): 1141–51.
Mooder, K.P., Schurr, T.G., Bamforth, F.J., Bazaliiski, V.I., Savel'ev, N.A. 2006.  Population affinities of Neolithic Siberians: A snapshot from prehistoric Lake Baikal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 129: 349–61.
Nomokonova, T., Losey, R.J., Goriunova, O.I. 2006. Predvaritel'nyi analiz faunisticheskikh materialov s mnogosloinoi stoianki Ityrkhei (Maloe more, ozero Baikal) [Preliminary analysis of faunal remains from the multilayered habitation site Ityrkhei (Little Sea, Lake Baikal)]. Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii (Irkutsk GTU) 4:166–77.
Novikov, A.G. 2006. Khoziaistvennaia deiatel'nost' naseleniia bronzovogo veka Priol'khon'ia (po materialam mogil'nika Khuzhir-Nuge XIV) [Economic activity of Bronze Age populations in the Cisbaikal (based on materials from the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery)]. Vestnik Irkutskogo gosudarstvennogo tekhnicheskogo universiteta 4(28), no. 2: 212–13.
Novikov, A.G. 2006. Istoriografiia i sovremennoe sostoianie izucheniia bronzovogo veka Pribaikal'ia [Historiography and Current Conditions in Research on the Bronze Age in the Cisbaikal]. Sovremennye problemy arkheologii Rossii (Novosibirsk: IAEt SO RAN) 1:433–5.
Weber, A.W., Beukens, R., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Goriunova, O.I., Savel'ev, N.A. 2006. Radiocarbon dates from Neolithic and Bronze Age hunter-gatherer cemeteries in the Cis-Baikal region of Siberia. Radiocarbon 48(3): 1–40.

NON-REFEREED CONTRIBUTIONS

ARTICLES and CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS
Anderson, D.G. 2006. Revitalisering av sjamanisme og reindrift øst for Baikal [The Revitalisation of Shamanism and Reindeer Husbandry East of Lake Baikal]. Ottar, No. 1 (259): 37–41.
Belova, A., Bezrukova, E., Lyamkin, V., et al. 2006. Evolution of Baikal region vegetation and changes of Northern Asia environment in the Late Cenozoic. Proceedings of the International Symposium “Geological History of the North of Arid Zone in Cenozoic” 191–95 (Russian ver. pp. 7–10). Rostov-on-Don: Northern Federal Univ.
Bezrukova, E., Abzaeva A., Letunova P. et al. 2006. Detailed pollen record of the Late Glacial and Holocene climatic events in the Lake Baikal and Lake Hovsgol catchment areas. Proceedings of the International Symposium “Geological History of the North of Arid Zone in Cenozoic” 197–201 (Russian ver. pp. 12–15). Rostov-on-Don: Northern Federal Univ.
Novikov, A.G., Goriunova, O.I., Weber, A.W., Lieverse, A.R. 2006. Osobennosti pogrebal'nogo obriada i demografiia mogil'nika bronzovogo veka Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (oz. Baikal) [Characteristics of mortuary ritual and demography at the Bronze Age cemetery Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (Lake Baikal)]. Sovremennye problemy arkheologii Rossii (Novosibirsk: IAEt SO RAN) 1:436–8.

RESEARCH REPORTS
Bazaliiskii, V.I. 2006. Otchet o raskopkakh mogil'nika Shamanka II v 2005g. v Sliudianskom raione Irkutskoi oblasti [Report on the Excavation of the Shamanka II Cemetery in 2005, in Sliudansk raion, Irkutsk oblast]. Irkutsk, Archive of the Institute of Archaeology of the Russian Academy of Sciences. 123 pp.
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. Hide tanning and production of tools and gear among Orochen of Zabaikal'e. Baikal Archeology Project. Working paper-3. http://bap.arts.ualberta.ca/ethnoarchaeology/zabaikale.php
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. ‘Relying on my own two’: Landscape, Routes and Footprints in Zabaikal'e. Baikal Archeology Project. Working paper-4. http://bap.arts.ualberta.ca/ethnoarchaeology/zabaikale.php
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. Symbolic and Ecological Uses of Fire by Orochen-Evenki of Zabaikal'e. Baikal Archeology Project. Working paper-1. http://bap.arts.ualberta.ca/ethnoarchaeology/zabaikale.php
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. What do Zabaikal Orochens prefer to eat? Baikal Archeology Project. Working paper-2. http://bap.arts.ualberta.ca/ethnoarchaeology/zabaikale.php
Faccia, K. 2006. Shamanka II 2005 Osteology Field Report. Baikal Archaeology Project, Univ. of Alberta.
Faccia, K. 2006. Shamanka II 2004 Osteology Field Report. Baikal Archaeology Project, Univ. of Alberta.
Waters-Rist, A. 2006. Description of Dentition from Burials: Shamanka II 2005. Data Compiled by Andrea Waters-Rist and Kate Faccia. Dental Report Prepared by Andrea Waters-Rist. Submitted to the Baikal Archaeology Project, Edmonton, Alberta.

CONFERENCES / SEMINARS / LECTURES
Note: Does not include presentations at BAP Graduate Student Seminar Series.

Graduate Student Seminars and Miscellaneous Presentations
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Anderson, D.G. 2006. The Mystery of the Magnate Reindeer Herders. Invited Paper for the Seminar on Ethnodemography of Aboriginal Peoples, Umeå, Sweden, October.
Anderson, D.G. 2006. Faith, Identity and Ethnogenesis: Memory and Belonging among Lake Yessei Yakuts. Invited Paper for the seminar on Research and Identity: Non-Russian Peoples in the Russian Empire, 1800–1855. Kymenlaasko Summer Univ., Finland, 14–17 June.
Anderson, D.G. 2006. Environmental Movements in post-socialist Eurasia. Invited Paper for seminar on Justice and Hegemony in Post-Socialist States, Rutgers Univ., NY, May.
Bezrukova, E. 2006. Oral presentation at the 5th International Symposium on Terrestrial Environmental Changes in East Eurasia and Adjacent Areas. Nagoya (Japan), December 5–9.
Bezrukova, E. 2006. Keynote speaker. SIAL IV International Symposium on Speciation in Ancient Lakes. Berlin, September 4–8.
Bezrukova, E. 2006. Stratigraphy, paleontology and paleoenvironment of Pliocene-Pleistocene of Transbaikalia and interregional correlations. Oral presentation at International Symposium. Ulan-Ude, August 28–September 3.
Bush, A.B.G. 2006. Climate change over Southeast Asia through the Quaternary Period. Annual meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation.
Goriunova, O.I., Novikov, A.G. 2006. Osobennosti pogrebal'nogo obriada i demografiia mogil'nika bronzovogo veka Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (oz. Baikal) [Peculiarities of Mortuary Tradition and Demography at the Bronze Age Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Cemetery (Lake Baikal)]. Copresentation at the All-Russian Archaeological Conference on Current Problems in Russian Archaeology. Novosibirsk.
Goriunova, O.I. Novikov, A.G. 2006. Raboty Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii v bukhte Sagan-Zaba na Baikale [Work of the Russian-Canadian expedition in Sagan-Zaba Bay on Lake Baikal]. Copresentation at the XII Annual Scholarly Sessions of the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Novosibirsk.
Jordan, P. 2006. Landscape and Culture in the Siberian North. Univ. of Uppsala, October.
Lieverse, A.R. 2006. Bioarchaeology of Siberia’s Cis-Baikal: biological indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change. Paper presented at the Graduate Student Seminar Series, Dept. of Archaeology, Univ. of Saskatchewan. Saskatoon, 06 October.
Lieverse, A.R. 2006. Bioarchaeology of Siberia’s Cis-Baikal: biological indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change. Paper presented as part of the weekly FABS series, Archaeology Unit, Dept. of Anthropology and Archaeology, Memorial Univ. of Newfoundland. St. John’s, 17 February.
Long, J. 2006. Masterstvo i kul'turnie znaniia v buriatskom tantse i ritualakh: Perspektivy issledovaniia [Skill and Cultural Knowledge in Buriat Dance and Ritual: Research Prospects]. Presented at the conference, The populations of Inner Asia. Buriat State Univ., Ulan-Ude, Russia, March.
McKenzie, H.G. 2006. Handling bodies by hunter-gatherers in the Lake Baikal Region during the 4th–2nd Millennia BC. Bring out your dead! Mortuary practice and the handling of the body, Leiden, Netherlands (Nov 2–3).
Novikov, A.G. 2006. Istoriografiia i sovremennoe sostoianie izucheniia bronzovogo veka Pribaikal'ia [Historiography and Current Conditions in Research on the Bronze Age in the Cisbaikal]. Presentation at the All-Russian Archaeological Conference on Current Problems in Russian Archaeology. Novosibirsk.
Vahdati Nasab, H. 2006. New Genetic Data and Human Origins: Were Neanderthals Among our Ancestors? ACMLT (Alberta College of Medical Laboratory Technologists) Convention and AGM, September 14.
Waters-Rist, A., Bazaliiskii, V.I., Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I., Katzenberg, M.A. 2006. Dental Enamel Hypoplasia in Holocene Siberian Hunter-Gatherers: Evaluating Evidence for ‘Weaning Stress’ and ‘Seasonal Stress’. Annual meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology, Peterborough, ON, October 26.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Special foods, special places and ordinary people: A glimpse into the life of Bronze Age hunter-gatherers on Lake Baikal, Siberia. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the European Association of Archaeologists. Cracow, September.
Walker, S., Kravchinsky, V., Dlussky, K., White, D. 2006. Holocene loess-soil deposits in Siberia: regional and global climate change recorder. Annual Meeting of American Geophysical Union. San Francisco, Dec 11–15.

CONFERENCES CONVENED
Anderson, D.G., with K. Klokov. 2006. Polar Expeditions and the Measurement of Indigenous Populations. St. Petersburg State Univ., October. [15 participants]
Argounova-Low, T. (organiser and convenor). 2006. Roads: memory, knowledge and narrative. Workshop on Anthropology of Roads, Univ. of Aberdeen.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS, ABSTRACTS, AND JOURNAL SUPPLEMENT ENTRIES
Dulik, M.C., Zhadanov, S.I., Osipova, L.P., Schurr, T.G. 2006. Mitochondrial DNA variation in northern Altaian ethnic groups. American Journal of Physical Anthropology129(S42): 85.
Gokçumen, O., Osipova, L.P., Zhadanov, S.I., Andreenkov, O., Tabikhanova, L., Gubina, M., Schurr, T.G. 2006. The phylogeography of mtDNA variation in Altaian Kazakh populations. Am J Phys Anthropol 129(S42): 93.
Lieverse, A.R. 2006. Biological indicators of hunter-gatherer adaptation and cultural change in the mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal (abstract). American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 42: 121.
Zhadanov, S.I., Dulik, M.C., Osipova, L.P., Schurr, T.G. 2006. Mitochondrial DNA variation in northern Altaians: affinities with Siberian and Turkic populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology 129 (S42): 192.

CLASSROOM AND PUBLIC LECTURES
(Ethnoarchaeology Module represented in this section by its PhD students only)
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. Fieldwork experience in Siberia. Public lecture and photo exhibition, Centre of Ethnological Studies. Vilnius, January.
McKenzie, H.G. 2006. Mortuary Variability among Bronze Age Hunter-Gatherers in the Little Sea area of Cis-Baikal.  Invited Lecture to the Sheffield Archaeological Society, February 21.
McKenzie, H.G.  2006. Recent Research of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Department of Archaeology Brown Bag Seminar Series, University of Sheffield, February 20.
McKenzie, H.G. 2006. “Multidisciplinary Research Projects” Department of Archaeology Research Seminars, University of Sheffield, February.
Schurr, T.G. 2006. The Peopling of the Americas: New Insights from Genetic Studies. Public lecture at the Royal Alberta Museum. September.
Vahdati Nasab, H. 2006. Neanderthals vs. Modern Humans: a 3-Dimensional approach. Dept. of Archaeology, Univ. of Calgary, 18 October.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Unravelling secrets of the past. Lunch by the Books Series, Edmonton Public Library, November.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Prehistoric shamans of Lake Baikal, Siberia. Time Travellers series, Royal Alberta Museum. Edmonton, October.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Seals, meals and deals: Mid-Holocene feasting on Lake Baikal. Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of California, Davis, February.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Environmental history of middle Holocene Siberia and hunter-gatherer culture change: A case study from the Baikal region. Univ. of Alberta International Polar Year EXPO 2006, Edmonton, January.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Environmental history of middle Holocene Siberia and hunter-gatherer culture change: A case study from the Baikal region. International Polar Year Preview Day, Univ. of Alberta. Edmonton, January.
Weber, A.W. 2006. The enigma of prehistoric hunter-gatherers of the Baikal region. Archaeological Institute of America in Canada. Edmonton, January.
White, D. 2006. Climatic and environmental variability in the Holocene Baikal region. Baikal Archaeology Project MCRI Meetings, Univ. of Alberta. Edmonton, January 27.

PUBLIC ACTIVITIES (excluding lectures) and MEDIA PUBLICITY (radio, television, online articles)
BAP 2006. Marc Roussel, a photographer/videographer from France, spent time at the Sagan Zaba and Shamanka site this summer with the BAP team and has written a web article about the project. Read full article here: www.lightmediation.com/blog/podcast/november/baikal.pdf. December 8.
BAP 2006. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Television, “Beyond Boarders”, Channel 4, 6 pm. Story on the Baikal Archaeology Project and excavations at Sagan-Zaba on Lake Baikal featuring A. Weber and M. Metcalf. Online at: http://www.cbc.ca/newsatsixedmonton/beyondborders.html. September 19.
BAP 2006. SIKU News International (Circumpolar News Service). “Fate of ancient hunters may hold clues: A multi-disciplinary team is trying to find out why people living around Lake Baikal suddenly stopped using formal cemeteries between 7,000 and 6,000 BC.” http://www.sikunews.com/art.html?artid=1533&catid=2. July 10.
BAP 2006. ArcticNet News. “Fate of ancient hunters may hold clues for northerners today” http://www.arcticnet-ulaval.ca/index.php?fa=News.showNews&home=4&menu=55&sub=1&id=199. July 7.
BAP 2006. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation  NEWS Canada North article on cbc.ca: “Fate of ancient hunters may hold clues for northerners today.” http://www.cbc.ca/canada/north/story/2006/07/07/baikal-archaeology-canada.html. July 7.
BAP 2006. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio. Patricia Bell visited the Baikal Archaeology Project dig at Sagan-Zaba on Lake Baikal interviewing team members. June 25–28.
BAP 2006 . "Room to Breathe", an article in Folio about the Faculty of Arts General Space Programme, mentions BAP. May 26.
BAP 2006 . SSHRC announces our Baikal Archaeology Project with press release today under their "What's New" heading. "Climate change may be key to 10,000-year-old mystery: University of Alberta leads investigation into disappearance of ancient people.” May 16.
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. Interview on life in remote villages and camps in Siberia and research in anthropology in magazine Ji (Vol. 19) (Lithuania). May.
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. Interview on my fieldwork experience in Siberia (Lithuanian Independent TV channel). April.
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. Interview on Evenki contemporary life in Post-Soviet Siberia. Published in Scientific- popular journal Istorijos (Life stories) (Vol. 3) (Lithuania). March.
Brandisauskas, D. 2006. Interview on my fieldwork research in Siberia (Lithuanian state Radio), February.
Ehrenfried, A. 2006. Interview with Johannes Kneihs. “Mit Hundeschlitten und GPS [On dog sledges and with GPS]”. Dimensionen - Welt der Wissenschaften. Ö1, Austrian Broadcast, Vienna.
Katzenberg, M.A. 2006. Front page of University of Calgary home page in the "Research in Action" section with an article titled: "It's in the bones: Dr. Anne Katzenberg studies bones to unlock the secrets of past civilizations." Full article here: http://www.ucalgary.ca/news/december2006/katzenberg/. December 6.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Radio Canada International airs Baikal Archaeology Project story. Victor Nerenberg, host and producer of "Sci-Tech Files" program on Radio Canada International, airs story and an interview with A.Weber. June 2.
Weber, A.W. 2006. French Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio airs story about Baikal Archaeology Project. An interview with A. Weber was aired on Sunday, May 21st, 3 times during the morning provincial newscasts on the French CBC (from 6am to 12pm). May 21.
Weber, A.W. 2006. The article in last week's ExpressNews made the front page in the University of Alberta Folio Newspaper. Interview with A. Weber. “Anthropologist unravels 10,000-year-old climate change mystery: Project examines why an ancient Russian people vanished.” May 26.
Weber, A.W. 2006 . The Edmonton Journal reports on the Baikal Archaeology Project and interviews A. Weber in an article entitled "Anthropologist spends summers chillin' in Siberia" on Page 3 of the City Section. May 23.
Weber, A.W. 2006 . The Edmonton Sun reports on the Baikal Archaeology Project and interviews A. Weber. “Local scientist hunts mysteriou Russians: Climate change may have spelled doom.” May 17.
Weber, A.W. 2006 . University of Alberta ExpressNews reports on BAP. Andrzej Weber was interviewed by the University of Alberta ExpressNews about BAP's research funded by the MCRI grant from SSHRC. “Anthropologist unravels 10,000-year-old climate change mystery.” May 16.
Weber, A.W. 2006. Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Radio airs interview with Dr. Andrzej Weber on "Radio Active" hosted by Peter Brown. May 16.
White, D. 2006. Served as host and guide across the Lake Baikal region to French journalist Marc Roussel in July for his reporting of the Baikal Archaeology Project, published February 2007 in the journal Sciences et avenir.

VISITING RESEARCH POSITIONS
Bezrukova, E. 2006. Free Univ., Berlin, 10 April –10 July.
Katzenberg, M.A. 2007. Seminar and Workshop on Stable Isotope Methods of investigating past diet. Dept. of Anthropology, Univ. of Auckland, February 2007, by invitation, sponsored by ISAT and the Royal Society of New Zealand (2 week visit).
McKenzie, H.G. 2006/07. Visiting Researcher / SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK. Jan. 2006–Aug. 2007.
White, D. 2006/07. Dept. of Archaeology, Univ. of Cambridge, UK, October 2006–September 2007.

NORTHERN HUNTER-GATHERERS RESEARCH SERIES
Edmonton: CCI Press
VOL. 2 (2006)
Sirina, A.A. 2006. Katanga Evenkis in the 20th Century and the Ordering of their Life-world. Translated edn. with glossary and index, edited by D.G. Anderson. Originally published as Katangskie evenki v XX veke: Rasselenie, organizatsiia sredy zhiznedeiatel'nosti. 2nd rev. edn. (Moscow–Irkutsk: Ottisk, 2002).

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2005
Refereed papers

1. Mooder K., Weber, A.W., Bamforth F., Lieverse A.R., Schurr T.G., Bazaliiski V.I., and N.A. Savel’ev. (2005). Matrilineal affinities and prehistoric Siberian mortuary practices: A case study from Neolithic Lake Baikal. Journal of Archaeological Science 32(4): 619–634.
2. Weber, A.W., McKenzie, H.G., Beukens, R. and O.I. Goriunova. (2005). Evaluation of radiocarbon dates from the Middle Holocene hunter-gatherer cemetery Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Lake Baikal, Siberia. Journal of Archaeological Science 32: 1480-1500.

Books and book chapters
Anderson, D.G. (ed.) (2005) Туруханская экспедиция Приполярного переписи: Этнография и демография малочисленных народов Севера. [in Russian] [The Turukhansk Polar Census Expedition: The Ethnography and Demography of the Native Peoples of the North]. Krasnoiarsk: Krasnoiarskii kraevoi
kraevedcheskii muzei. 448p. ISBN 5-85981-091-1.
Argounova-Low, T. (2005) Economic and Spiritual Aspects of Life of the Esseisk Yakuts. In: Anderson, D.G. (ed.) (2005) Туруханская экспедиция Приполярного переписи: Этнография и демография малочисленных народов Севера. [in Russian] [The Turukhansk Polar Census Expedition: The Ethnography and Demography of the Native Peoples of the North]. Krasnoiarsk: Krasnoiarskii kraevoi kraevedcheskii muzei. 3. Sirina, A.A. (2005) Notes on the Irkutsk Region Census of 1926-27. In: Anderson, D.G. (ed.) (2005) Туруханская экспедиция Приполярного переписи: Этнография и демография малочисленных народов Севера. [in Russian] [The Turukhansk Polar Census Expedition: The Ethnography and Demography of the Native Peoples of the North]. Krasnoiarsk: Krasnoiarskii kraevoi kraevedcheskii muzei.
Ehrenfried, A. (2005) N.P. Naumov During the 1926-27 Turhansk Census. In: Anderson, D.G. (ed.) (2005) Туруханская экспедиция Приполярного переписи: Этнография и демография малочисленных народов Севера. [in Russian] [The Turukhansk Polar Census Expedition: The Ethnography and Demography of the Native Peoples of the North]. Krasnoiarsk: Krasnoiarskii kraevoi kraevedcheskii muzei.

Non-refereed papers
Bazaliiskii V.I., Weber A.W. (2005). Raskopki pogrebal’nykhkompleksov epokhi rannego neolita na mogil’nike Shamanka II v 2005 g. In: Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel’nykh territorii. Vol. 11(1): 16–21. Izdatel’stvo Instituta Arkheologii i Etnografii SO RAN, Novosibirsk. [In Russian]
Novikov A.G., Goriunova O.I., and A.W. Weber (2005). Planigraphic particularities of the Bronze Age Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery. In Sotsiogenez v severnoi Azii. Irkutsk: Izdatel’stvo Irkutskogo gosudarstvennogo tekhnicheskogo universiteta. P. 145–149. [In Russian]
Weber, A.W. and O.I. Goriunova (2005). Chronology of the Kurma XI cemetery (Lake Baikal) on the basis of archaeological and radiocarbon evidence. Izvestiia Laboratorii drevnikh tekhnologii Irkutskogo gosudarstvennogo tekhnicheskogo universiteta 3: 186–190. [In Russian]

Conferences
Mooder K., Schurr T.G., Bamforth F., and V.I. Bazaliiski (2005). Matrilineal Affinities and Mortuary Ritual: the ‘Lokomotiv’ Cemetery from Neolithic Siberia. American Association of Physical Anthropologists Annual Meeting, April 6-9. (abstract accepted for talk).

Graduate Student Seminars and Miscellaneous Presentations
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Graduate Student Theses
Defended

Weitzel, Misty. Human Taphonomy: Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Siberia and Edmonton, Alberta. PhD Dissertation. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
Lieverse, Angela R. Bioarchaeology of the Cis-Baikal: Biological Indicators of mid-Holocene Hunter-Gather Adaptation and Cultural Change. PhD Dissertation. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
White, Dustin. Holocene climate and culture change in the Lake Baikal region, Siberia. PhD Dissertation. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
McKenzie, Hugh. Mortuary Variability among Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherers in Cis-Baikal, Siberia. PhD Dissertation. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.

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2004
Refereed papers

1. Weber, A.W., Bettinger, R., Anderson, D., Bamforth, F., Bush, A.B.G., Katzenberg, M.A., and T.G. Schurr. (2004). Neolit i bronzovyi vek Predbaikal’ia: nekotorye teoreticheskie ii metodologiheskie problemy [The Neolithic and Bronze Age of Cis-Baikal: some theoretical and methodological issues. Vestnik Irkutskogo tekhnicheskogo universiteta Vol. 4(20):15–25 [In Russian].
2. Bush, A.B.G. (2004). Modelling of late Quaternary climate over Asia: a synthesis. Boreas 33: 155-163.
3. Bush, A.B.G., Little, E., Rokosh, D., White, D., and N. Rutter. (2004). Investigation of the spatio-temporal variability in Eurasian Late Quaternary loess-paleosol sequences using a coupled atmosphere-ocean general circulation model. Quaternary Science Reviews 23: 481-498.
4. Schurr T.G. (2004). The peopling of the New World: Perspectives from molecular anthropology. Annual Review of Anthropology 33(3): 551-83.
5. Schurr T.G., and S.T. Sherry. (2004). Mitochondrial DNA and Y-chromosome diversity and the peopling of the Americas. American Journal of Human Biology 16(4): 420-39.

Refereed books and book chapters
1. Anderson, D.G. and M. Nuttall. (eds.) (2004). Cultivating Arctic Landscapes. Oxford: Berghahn Press [ISBN 1-57181-574-0]
2. Anderson, D.G. (2004). Nationality and ‘Aboriginal Rights’ in Post-Soviet Siberia In: Irimoto, T. & T. Yamada (eds.) Ethnicity and Identity in the North. Special Issue of Senri Ethnological Studies vol 66: 247-269 [ISSN 0387-6004]
3. Schurr T.G. (2004). Genetic Diversity in Siberians and Native Americans Suggests an Early Migration to the New World. In: Madsen D.B. (ed.) Entering America: Northeast Asia and Beringia Before the Last Glacial Maximum, University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City: 187-238.
4. Schurr T.G. (2004). An Anthropological Genetic View of the Peopling of the Americas. In: Clark G.A., Barton C.M., Yesner D., and G. Pearson (eds.) The Settlement of the American Continents: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Human Biogeography, Arizona State University Press: Tucson: 11-27.
5. Schurr T.G. (2004). Tracking Genes Through Time and Space: Changing Perspectives on New World Origins. In: Bonnichsen R., Lepper B., Steele D.G., Stanford D., Harris J.A., Warren C.N., and R. Gruhn (eds.) Paleoamerican Origins: Beyond Clovis, Center for the Study of the First Americans, Texas A & M University, College Station: 169-90.

Non-refereed papers
1. Weber, A.W., Beukens, R., and O.I. Goriunova. (2004). Radiocarbon dating of the Bronze Age cemetery Khuzhir Nuge XIV on Lake Baikal. Archaeology, Ethnography and Anthropology of Eurasia Vol. 4:64–72. [In Russian and English].
2. Bazaliiskii V.I. and A.W. Weber. (2004). Pogrebal'nye kompleksy epokhi rannego neolita na mogil'nike Shamanka II [Mortuary early neolithic complexes of the cemetery Shamanka II]. Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel'nykh territorii, Novosibirsk, Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography SO RAN, Vol.X, Part 2: pp.33-40. [In Russian].
3. Ovodov N.D., Goriunova O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2004). Kostnye ostatki zhivotnykh iz pogrebenii mogil’nika bronzovogo veka Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (oz.Baikal) [Animal bone remains from the graves of the Bronze Age cemetery Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (Lake Baikal). In: Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel’nykh territorii. Vol. 10(2): 169–175. Novosibirsk: Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science. [In Russian].
4. Emelianova Iu.A. and A.W. Weber. (2004). Ukrashenia i predmety isskustva iz pogrebenii bronzovogo veka mogil’nika Kurma XI [Ornaments and art objects from graves from Bronze Age cemetery Kurma XI]. Traditsionnye kul’tury obshchestva Severnoi Azii s drevneishikh vremen do sovremennosti. Kemerovo: Kemerovo State University: 163–165. [In Russian].
5. Gokçumen O., Zhadanov S.I., Osipova L.P., and T.G. Schurr. (2004). mtDNA variation in Kazakhs of the southern Altai Republic, and their relationship to Turkic-speaking populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 123(38): 101.
6. Lieverse, A.R. (2004). Health as a reflection of bio-cultural discontinuity in the Neolithic Cis-Baikal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 38: 136
7. Lieverse, A.R. (2004). Description of burials: Shamanka II 2003. Report submitted to the Baikal Archaeology Project, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
8. Lieverse, A.R. (2004). Description of burials: Shamanka II 2000-2002. Report submitted to the Baikal Archaeology Project, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
9. McKenzie, H.G., and D.W. White. (2004). Report from 2003 survey of the Upper Tsagaan Gol Valley, Western Mongolia. Submitted to Altay: Joint Mongolian/American Research Project.
10. McKenzie, H.G., and D.W. White. (2004). Archaeological and paleoecological explorations of the Selenga and Tunka River Valleys of Southern Siberia and Northern Mongolia. Grantee Research Report, Circumpolar/Boreal Alberta Research Program.
11. Mooder K., Schurr T.G., Bamforth F., and V.I. Bazaliiskii. (2004). Population affinities of Neolithic Siberians: A snapshot from prehistoric Lake Baikal. Human Biology Meeting Abstracts.
12. Schurr T.G., Zhadanov S.I., and L.P. Osipova. (2004). mtDNA variation in indigenous Altaians, and their genetic relationships with Siberian and Mongolian populations. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement 123(38): 176.
13. Zhadanov S.I., Osipova L.P., Tabukhanova L.E., and T.G. Schurr. (2004). A genetic variety of indigenous populations of southern Siberia: Phylogenetic evidence of ancient contacts. St. Petersburg Geneticists and Anthropologists Conference Abstracts.

Conferences and miscellaneous presentations
1. Anderson, D.G. (2004). Conceptions of the Body Among Hunter-Gatherers. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
2. Anderson, D.G., Curtis, N., and H.G. McKenzie. (2004). Welcoming Remarks. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
3. Argounova-Low, T. (2004). ‘Khara As’ or Black Food: Subsistence and Diet in the Village of Essei, Siberia. SANECH seminar series, University of Aberdeen; February.
4. Argounova-Low, T. (2004). Reindeer Herders and Hunters: Stories from Essei, Siberia. Marischal Museum Lecture Series, Aberdeen, Scotland; April.
5. Argounova-Low, T. (2004). Reindeer Versus Buran, Herding Versus Hunting: Diet, Subsistence and Identity in Essei, Siberia. ICASS Conference. Fairbanks, AK; April.
6. Argounova-Low, T. (2004). Fish as Starvation food. 1926-27 Polar Census Data. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
7. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2004). Fieldwork Report from Shamanka II. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
8. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2004). Cultural and Chronological Features of Late Mesolithic-Neolithic Burial Complexes in the Baikal Region of Siberia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
9. Bazaliiskii, V.I. and M. Metcalf. (2004). Shamanka II: Excavations from the 2003 Field Season. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; April 21.
10. Bush, A.B.G. (2004). Simulated Changes in the El Ni˜no Southern Oscillation (ENSO) from the Last Ice Age to Today. MIT; April.
11. Dlussky, K. (2004). Sediment from Graves at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV and Kurma XI: What Kind of Story do they Tell? Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; May 5.
12. Dlussky, K. and D. White. (2004). Research expedition to Mongolia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; October 20.
13. Drouin, B. (2004). Grave Architecture at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV: Updated and Revised. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; February 11.
14. Drouin, B. (2004). Analysis of Grave Architecture from Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, an Early Bronze Age Hunter-Gatherer Cemetery Site from Cis-Baikal, Siberia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
15. Goriunova, O.I. (2004). Evidence for Fishing Technology in Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
16. Grøn, O. (2004). Graves and Other Territorial Markers in the Cultural Landscape of an Evenki Hunter-Gatherer Society, Siberia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
17. Gustafson, Liz. (2004). DNA from Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Teeth. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; December 8.
18. Haverkort, C. (2004). Stable Isotope Perspectives on Resource Use and Mobility – Principles, Preliminary Results, and Food for Thought. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; November 24.
19. Katzenberg, M.A. (2004). In Search of Past Diets. Taft Lecture, Department of Anthropology, University of Cincinnati; November 1.
20. Katzenberg, M.A. (2004). Lake Baikal Fish Diets. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
21. Kharinskii, A. (2004). Catalogue of Grave Types at Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
22. Lieverse, A.R. (2004). Health Indicators in the Neolithic Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; 11 February.
23. Lieverse, A.R. (2004). Biological Indicators of Hunter-Gatherer Adaptation and Cultural Change in the Mid-Holocene Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
24. Lieverse, A.R. (2004). Health as a Reflection of Bio-Cultural Discontinuity in the Neolithic Cis-Baikal. Poster presented at the 73rd Annual Meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists, Tampa, FL; April 14-17.
25. Losey, R. (2004). Small Aquatic Fauna Use of on the Northwest Coast of North America. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
26. Mackay, A. (2004). Late Glacial-Holocene Environmental Reconstruction in the Lake Baikal Region Using Biological (Diatoms and Pollen) and Isotopic Proxies. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
27. Makarov, N. (2004). The Banks of the Yenisei River as a Living Space for Ancient Man: Lessons from the Karaulin Archaeological Microregion. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
28. McKenzie, H.G. (2004). Capes, Coves and Confluences: mogil’niye mesta in Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
29. Metcalf, M. (2004). Shamanka II: Fieldwork Report, 2004. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; October 20.
30. Mooder, K. (2004). Polymorphisms and the Lives of Siberian Hunter-Gatherers. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; January 21.
31. Mooder K. (2004). Ancient DNA and Archaeology: A Case Study from Neolithic Siberia. Ancient DNA Internship Program, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON; August 27.
32. Mooder, K. (2004). Genetic Continuity/Discontinuity at Lokomotiv and Ust’Ida. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
33. Mooder K. and F. Bamforth. (2004). Ancient DNA and Archaeology: Considerations and Solutions. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
34. Mooder K., Schurr T.G., and F. Bamforth. (2004). Population Affinities of Neolithic Siberians: a Snapshot from Prehistoric Lake Baikal. Human Biology Association Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL; April 14-15.
35. Mooder K., Schurr T.G., and F. Bamforth. (2004). Haplogroup U5a: the Signature of an Upper Palaeolithic Migration from West to East Eurasia? Poster, American Society of Human Genetics, Toronto, ON; October 26-31.
36. Robertson, C. (2004). New Developments in Grave Disturbance Analysis at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV and Kurma XI. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
37. Robertson, C. (2004). New Developments in Grave Disturbance Patterns at Two Early Bronze Age Cemeteries. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; April 21.
38. Robertson, C. (2004). MA Thesis Presentation. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; November 24.
39. Schurr, T.G. (2004). An Emerging Picture of Genetic Variation in South-Central Siberia. Phi Beta Kappa, Philadelphia, PA; March.
40. Schurr, T.G. (2004). An Emerging Picture of Genetic Variation in South-Central Siberia. Paleo-DNA Laboratories, Lakehead University, Thunder Bay, ON; September.
41. Schurr, T.G. (2004). An Emerging Picture of Genetic Variation in South-Central Siberia. Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; May.
42. Schurr, T.G. (2004). An Emerging Picture of Genetic Variation in South-Central Siberia. Merck & Co, Philadelphia, PA; April.
43. Schurr, T.G. (2004). The Peopling of Siberia: Demographic and Evolutionary Issues. Demographic Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania; April.
44. Schurr, T.G. (2004). Biocultural Perspectives on Migrations and Adaptations in Beringian Prehistory. The Ecology and Political Economy of Beringia Conference, King’s College, Univerity of Aberdeen, Scotland; September.
45. Schurr, T.G. (2004). New Genetic Data from Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
46. Schurr, T.G. (2004). Genetic Perspectives on Coastal Migrations and Adaptations in the Pacific Rim. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
47. Schurr, T.G. (2004). mtDNA Variation in Indigenous Altaians, and their Genetic Relationships with Siberian and Mongolian Populations. American Association of Physical Anthropology Meetings, Tampa, FL; April.
48. Shaw, D. (2004). New Computer Tools for the Baikal Archaeology Project. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
49. Shaw, D. (2004). New Methods for Creating Image Databases. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
50. Sordiia, O. (2004). Documents on Hunter-Gatherer Adaptation in the Krasnoiarsk State Archive. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
51. Stock, J.T. (2004). Skeletal Biomechanics and the Mobility of Coastal Foragers: Perspectives from the Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
52. Thomson, T. (2004). DNA from Shamanka. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; December 8.
53. Vetrov, V. (2004). Vitim River Adaptations. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
54. Weber, A.W. (2004). Cis-Baikal Culture History: Model Evaluation 5 Years After. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; March 17.
55. Weber, A.W. (2004). Cis-Baikal Culture History: Model Evaluation 5 Years After. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
56. Weber, A.W. (2004). Research Perspectives in Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; September 29.
57. Weber, A.W. (2004). New Radiocarbon Dates from Kurma XI and Shamanka II. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
58. Weber, A.W. (2004). The Origins of the Kitoi culture: Middle Holocene Fishing and Culture Formation Processes at Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
59. Weber, A.W. (2004). Welcoming Remarks. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
60. Weber, A.W. and O.I. Goriunova. (2004). Fieldwork Report from Kurma XI. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
61. Weber, A.W. and D. White. (2004). The Baikal Archaeology Project (BAP). Anthropology Graduate Colloquium Guest Lecture Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. November 2.
62. Weitzel, M. (2004). Examination of the Mortuary Use of Fire as a Taphonomic Factor. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
63. White, D. (2004). High-Resolution Terrestrial Stratigraphic Records in the Selenga Basin-Paleoenvironmental Proxy Data and Modern Analogs. Science for Watershed Conservation: Multidisciplinary Approaches for Natural Resource Management Conference, Ulan-Ude, Russia; September 1-8. (Abstract)
64. White, D. (2004). Holocene Successional Records Near Basovo, Upper Lena Valley, Russia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Hunting Along the Coasts: The Archaeology, Ethnography, and Ecology of Coastal Economies, Aberdeen, Scotland; May 30-31.
65. White, D., Bush, A.B.G., Crown, P., Elgr, R., and K. Dlussky. (2004). New developments in the Paleoenvironmental Module. Baikal Archaeology Project, Third Annual Research Workshops, University of Aberdeen, Scotland; May 28-29.
66. Weber, A. and D. White. (2004). The Baikal Archaeology Project (BAP), Anthropology Graduate Colloquium Guest Lecture Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, November 2.
67. Dlussky, K. and D. White. (2004). 2004 research expedition to Mongolia. Baikal Archaeology Project Graduate Seminar Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, October 20.
68. White, D. (2004). New developments in the Paleoenvironmental Module. Baikal Archaeology Project 2004 Research Workshops, Aberdeen, UK, May 28–29.

Graduate Student Theses
Defended

1. Drouin, Bradley. (2004). Grave Architecture at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV: An Early Bronze Age Cemetery from Cis-Baikal, Siberia. MA Thesis. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
2. Mooder, Karen. (2004). mtDNA and Prehistoric Siberian Hunter-Gatherers: Characterising Matrilineal Population Affinities in Neolithic and Bronze-Age Cis-Baikal. PhD Dissertation. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.
3. Bond, Tara. (2004). Development and Use of Archaeological Predictive Models in the Oilsands of Northeastern Alberta. MA Thesis. Edmonton, AB: University of Alberta.

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2003
Refereed papers

1. Bazaliiskii, V.I. and N.A. Savelyev. (2003). The wolf of Baikal: the “Lokomotiv” early Neolithic cemetery in Siberia (Russia). Antiquity 77(295): 20-30.
2. Bush, A.B.G. and R.G. Fairbanks. (2003). Exposing the Sunda Shelf: Tropical responses to eustatic sea level change. Journal of Geophysical Research 108, 4446, doi: 10.1029/2002JD003027.
3. Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2003). Kompleks s azhurnoi bliakhoi iz pogrebenia mogil’nika bronzovogo veka Kurma XI (oz. Baikal) [A gravesite with an openwork medallion from the Bronze-Age Kurma XI cemetery (Lake Baikal)]. Archaeology, Ethnography and Anthropology of Eurasia. Vol. 4(16): 110–115 [In Russian and English].
4. Rokosh, D., Bush, A.B.G., Rutter, N., Ding, Z. and J. Sun. (2003). Hydrologic and geologic factors that influenced spatial variations in loess deposition in China during the last interglacial-glacial cycle: results from proxy climate and GCM analysis. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 193: 249-260.
5. Rubicz R., Schurr T.G., Babb P., and M.H. Crawford. (2003). Mitochondrial DNA diversity in modern Aleuts, and their genetic relationship with other circumarctic populations. Human Biology 75(6): 809-35.
6. Weber A.W., Bettinger, R., Link, D. and H.G. McKenzie. (2003). Mortuary archaeology and culture change among Cis-Baikal Neolithic hunter-gatherers: theoretical and methodological considerations. In M. Otte (ed.), Prehistoire des Practiques Mortuaires: Paleolithique–Mesolithique–Neolithique. Proceedings of the International Symposium, Sept. 12-16, 1999, Leuven. ERAUL vol. 102: 99–104.

Refereed books and book chapters
1. Anderson, D.G. and E. Berglund. (eds.) (2003). Ethnographies of Conservationists: Environmentalism and the Distribution of Privilege. Oxford: Berghahn Press. [ISBN 1-57181-464-7]
2. Weber, A.W. and H.G. McKenzie. (eds.) (2003). Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 215 pages.
3. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2003). The Neolithic of the Baikal Region on the Basis of Mortuary Materials. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 37-50.
4. Bush, A.B.G. and D. White. (2003). Numerical Modelling of Asian Climate in the Mid-Holocene. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 67-84.
5. Ezzo, J.A., Weber, A.W., Goriunova, O.I., and V.I. Bazaliiskii. (2003). Fish, Flesh, or Fowl: In Pursuit of a Diet-Mobility-Climate Continuum Model in the Cis-Baikal. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 123-131.
6. Goriunova, O.I. (2003). The Neolithic of the Ol’khon Region (Lake Baikal). In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 15-35.
7. Grøn, O. and O. Kuznetsov. (2003). Evenki Forest Hunters. Ethno-Archaeology and the Archaeological Settlement Concept. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 197-215.
8. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Mortuary Behaviour and Settlement-Subsistence Systems Among Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherers in Cis-Baikal, Russia: An Introduction to a Theoretical Program of Work. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 85-121.
9. Mooder, K., Schurr, T.G., Bamforth, F., and V.I. Bazaliiskii. (2003). Mitochondrial DNA and Archaeology: The Genetic Characterisation of Prehistoric Siberian Hunter-Gatherers. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 187-196.
10. Schurr, T.G. (2003). Molecular Genetic Diversity of Indigenous Siberians: Implications for Ancient DNA Studies of Cis-Baikal Archaeological Populations. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 155-186.
11. Weber, A.W. (2003). Biogeographic Profile of the Lake Baikal Region, Siberia. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 51-66.
12. Weber, A.W. and R.L. Bettinger. (2003). Current Goals of Mid-Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Archaeology in the Lake Baikal Region. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 1-14.
13. Weber, A.W., Creaser, R.A., Goriunova, O.I., and C.M. Haverkort. (2003). Strontium Isotope Tracers in Enamel of Permanent Human Molars Provide New Insights into Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Procurement and Mobility Patterns: A Pilot Study of a Middle Holocene Group from Cis-Baikal. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 133-153.
14. Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie. (2003). Forward. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press:1.
15. Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie. (2003). Preface. In: Weber A.W. and H.G. McKenzie (eds.), Prehistoric Foragers of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia: Proceedings of the First Conference of the Baikal Archaeology Project. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute Press: 2-3.
16. Schurr T.G. (2003). A Molecular Anthropological View of the Peopling of the Americas. In: Lepper B.T. (ed) New Perspectives on the Peopling of the Americas, Center for the Study of the First Americans, Texas A&M University, College Station: 139-47.
17. Schurr T.G., and D.C. Wallace (2003). Genetic Prehistory of Paleoasiatic-Speaking Peoples of Northeastern Siberia and their Links to Native American populations. In: Kendall L., and I. Krupnik (eds.), Constructing Cultures Then and Now: Celebrating Franz Boas and the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, Smithsonian Institution Press: Baltimore: 239-58.

Non-refereed papers
1. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Changes in ENSO from the Last Glacial Maximum to today. Proceedings of the Canadian Geophysical Union; Abstract #181
2. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Evolution of the South Asian monsoon through the Late Quaternary: Impacts on Himalayan glaciation and Asian climate. Proceedings of the XVI INQUA congress: 44.
3. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Simulated changes in ENSO during the Late Quaternary. Proceedings of the XXIII General Assembly of the IUGG: A. 378.
4. Goriunova, O.I. (2003). Otchet. Raskopki mogil’nika Kurma XI na Baikale v 2002 g. (Ol’khonxkii raion Irkytskoi oblasti) [Report. Excavation of the Kurma XI Cemetery on Baikal in 2002 (Ol’khon region of the Irkutsk oblast) Part I]. Archive ILAiP IaiE SO RAN – IGU. No 115a. 70 pages. Irkutsk. [In Russian].
5. Goriunova, O.I. (2003), Otchet. Raskopki mogil’nika Kurma XI na Baikale v 2002 g. (Ol’khonxkii raion Irkytskoi oblasti) [Report. Excavation of the Kurma XI Cemetery on Baikal in 2002 (Ol’khon region of the Irkutsk oblast) Part II]. Archive ILAiP IaiE SO RAN – IGU. No 115b. 201 pages. Irkutsk. [In Russian].
6. Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2003). Raskopki mogil’nika bronzovogo veka Kurma XI na Baikale. [Excavation of the Bronze Age Kurma XI on Baikal]. Arkheologicheskie otkrytiia 2002 goda. Nauka: Moscow: 352–353. [In Russian].
7. Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2003). Raboty Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii na mogil’nikakh bronzovogo veka poberezh’ia oz. Baikal [Russian-Canadian excavation of Bronze Age cemeteries on the coast of Lake Baikal]. Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel’nykh territorii. Novosibirsk: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, vol. 9(1): 331–353. [In Russian].
8. Grøn, O., Kuznetsov, O., and M.G. Turov. (2003). Cultural micro-mosaics – a problem for the archaeological culture concept? In: Proceedings of the NTAG Conference.
9. Haverkort, C. (2003). News from the Baikal Archaeology Project. In: BABAO Annual Review 2002 (Feb. 2003, Issue 4): 12-13; British Association of Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology
10. Haverkort, C. (2003). Human Osteology Module updates (February 2003, March 2003).
11. Haverkort, C. (2003). Alterations in Ca-metabolism during pregnancy and lactation: Implications for Sr and Pb isotope studies of prehistoric mobility and migration. Proposal for a student literature project (April). 6 typescript pages.
12. Haverkort, C. (2003). Stable isotope analysis of tooth and bone samples - Sr, C and O isotopes. Document describing additions and adjustments to the original MCRI proposal (April). 12 typescript pages.
13. Lieverse, A.R. (2003). Updated versions of Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Burial Descriptions: 1997 through 2001 (March).
14. McKenzie, H.G. and D. White. (2003). Archaeological and paleoecological explorations of the Selenga and Tunka river valleys of southern Siberia and northern Mongolia. Research report submitted to Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Circumpolar and Boreal Alberta Research Block and Individual Grant.
15. Pavlova L.A, Pavlov S.M., and O.I. Goriunova. (2003). Rentgenospektral’hyi elektronno-zondovyi mikroanaliz metallicheskikh izdelii epokxi bronzy. [X-ray and micro-probe examination of metal artifacts from the Bronze Age]. Analitika i kontrol’ Vol. 6(4): 360-365. [In Russian].
16. Schurr T.G., Zhadanov S.I., Osipova L.P. (2003). Mitochondrial DNA variation in Altaian populations, the putative progenitors of Eurasian and Native American populations. American Journal of Human Genetics Supplement 75(3): 398.
17. Schurr T.G. (2003). The peopling of the Americas: demographic and evolutionary issues. Human Biology Association Meetings Abstracts.
18. Schurr T.G., Sukernik R.I., Starikovskaya Y.B., and D.C. Wallace. (2003). Mitochondrial DNA variation in Central Siberians identifies West Eurasian and East Asian components of their gene pool. American Journal of Physical Anthropology Supplement. 36: 186-87.
19. Weber, A.W. (2003). Kurma XI, summer 2003. Fieldwork report. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta. 39 manuscript pages.
20. Weber, A.W. (2003). Kurma XI, summer 2003. Fieldwork report. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta. 39 manuscript pages
21. Weber, A.W. and N.A. Bussiere. (2003). Kurma XI: Description of the archaeological material, excavation seasons. Summary report on Kurma XI cemetery. c. 250 manuscript pages.
22. White, D. (2003). Paleoecological significance of a stratified land snail assemblage from the Lena River, Russia. Research report submitted to Canadian Circumpolar Institute, Circumpolar and Boreal Alberta Research Grant.

Conferences and miscellaneous presentations
1. Anderson, D.G. (2003). The Question of Cultural and Individual Adaptations in Coastal Economies. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
2. Anderson, D.G. (2003). Ethnogenesis in Siberia. Invited Lecture for the Institute of Archaeology, University of London; March.
3. Bamforth, F. (2003). Ancient DNA: the Marriage of Biochemistry and Anthropology: Roundtable presented at Annual SQBC-CSCC meeting, Saint-Sauveur, QC; June.
4. Bazaliiskii, V.I. and A.W. Weber. (2003). Shamanka II: A new Neolithic Cemetery on Lake Baikal. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
5. Bazaliiskii, V.I. and A.W. Weber. (2003). Shamanka II: A new Neolithic cemetery on Lake Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
6. Beukens, R. (2003). Probability Analysis of the C14 Results for Khuzhir-Nuge XIV: Testing of Hypotheses and Determination of Outliers. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
7. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Evolution of the South Asian Monsoon through the Late Quaternary: Impacts on Himalayan Glaciation and Asian Climate. XVI International Quaternary congress.
8. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Simulated Changes in ENSO During the Late Quaternary. International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics.
9. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Changes in ENSO from the Last Glacial Maximum to Today. Canadian Geophysical Union.
10. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Evolution of the South Asian Monsoon Through the Late Quaternary: Impacts on Himalayan glaciation and Asian climate. Keynote address, INQUA congress, Reno NV.
11. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Changes in the El Ni˜no Southern Oscillation from the Last Glacial Maximum to Today. Institute for Geophysical Research, University of Alberta; Feb.
12. Bush, A.B.G. (2003). Asian Climate Through the Holocene: results from numerical simulations from 9000 B.P. to 3000 B.P. at 500-year intervals. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
13. Crown, P. and R. Elgr. (2003). Spatial Analysis – GIS Approach to Landscape Simulation. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; November 12.
14. Drouin, B. (2003). Grave Variability at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; March 21.
15. Drouin, B. (2003). Architectural Variability at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
16. Drouin B, Lieverse A, McKenzie H, Mooder K, Robertson C, Weitzel M, and D. White. (2003). Graduate Student Contributions to the Baikal Archaeology Project. Northern Research Days, University of Alberta; January 17 (poster).
17. Drouin, B., Weber, A.W., and O.I. Goriunova. (2003). A Multidimensional Approach to the Analysis of Variability in Grave Architecture at a Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemetery Site from Cis-Baikal, Siberia. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
18. Goriunova, O.I. (2003). Kurma XI: A New Bronze Age Cemetery on Lake Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
19. Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2003). Kurma XI: A New Bronze Age Cemetery on Lake Baikal. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
20. Haverkort, C.M. and J Keleçeviæ. (2003). Mobility Mind Map. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
21. Haverkort, C.M. and J. Keleçeviæ. (2003). Differential Preservation of Human Skeletal Remains from Cis-Baikal Cemetery Sites. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
22. Haverkort, C.M., and A.R. Lieverse. (2003). Human Skeletal Remains from the Early Neolithic Cemetery of Shamanka II (Cis-Baikal, Siberia): Preliminary Osteobiographical Analysis. Paper presented at Northern Research Day, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; January 17.
23. Haverkort, C.M. and L. Luppens. (2003). Possible Transfer of Old Skeletal Stores of Pb and Sr from Mother to Offspring: Implications for Isotope Studies of Mobility and Migration in Prehistoric Populations. Poster prepared for the 31st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology (CAPA), Edmonton, AB; October 23-25.
24. Katzenberg, M.A. (2003). New Isotopic Data from Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
25. Katzenberg, M.A. & C.M. Haverkort. (2003). Bone Chemistry and the Baikal Archaeology Project. Paper presented at the 31st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Physical Anthropology (CAPA), Edmonton, AB; October 24.
26. Lieverse, A.R. (2003). Khuzhir-Nuge XIV: Human Skeletal Research. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
27. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Development of a Cemetery: Micro-Temporal Processes at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; February 21.
28. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Feature article in Edmonton Journal about the New Sarepta project. Front Page; Friday, May 16.
29. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Cis-Baikal Mortuary Analysis. Guest Lecture, Introduction to Anthropology, University of Lethbridge (Edmonton Campus); November.
30. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Micro-Chronology of Khuzhir-Nuge XIV. Guest Lecture, Introduction to Archaeology, University of Alberta; October.
31. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Time and Space in Mortuary Archaeology. Guest Lecture, Introduction to Anthropology, University of Lethbridge (Edmonton Campus).
32. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Time and Space in Mortuary Archaeology. Guest Lecture, Introduction to Archaeology, University of Alberta.
33. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Mortuary Ritual and Homerian Mobility Among Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherers in the Lake Baikal Region, Russia. Chacmool, Calgary, AB; November 14-18.
34. McKenzie, H.G. (2003). Temporal and Spatial Patterns at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
35. McKenzie, H.G., Weber, A.W. and O.I. Goriunova. (2003). Microtemporal Processes and the Construction of a Holocene Landscape at an Early Bronze Age Cemetery in the Lake Baikal Region, Siberia. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
36. McKenzie, H.G. and D. White. (2003). Research Expedition to Mongolia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; October 15.
37. Mooder K. (2003). DNA and Human Identification. National Medical Laboratory Week, Calgary Laboratory Services, Calgary, AB; April 24.
38. Mooder, K. (2003). Polymorphisms and the Lives of Siberian Hunter-Gatherers. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; January 31.
39. Mooder, K. (2003). Verifying the Authenticity of Ancient DNA. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
40. Mooder, K. (2003). Extracting Kinship and Social Relationships from Genetic Data: A Study of Prehistoric Lake Baikal Populations. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
41. Mooder K., Hicks M., and F. Bamforth. (2003). Verifying the Authenticity of Ancient DNA. International Association of Legal Medicine XIX Congress, Milan, Italy; September 3-6.
42. Pelletier, R. and P. Crown. (2003). Lake Baikal G.I.S & D.E.M. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
43. Robertson, C. (2003). Disturbance Patterns at Mortuary Sites of Neolithic Hunter-Gatherers of the Lake Baikal Region, Siberia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
44. Robertson, C. (2003). Grave Disturbance Patterns at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; April 25.
45. Robertson, C., Weber, A.W. and O.I. Goriunova. (2003). Disturbance Patterns at Mortuary Sites of Neolithic Hunter-Gatherers of the Lake Baikal Region, Siberia. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
46. Rubenstein, S. (2003). DNA Research in Siberia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; November 12.
47. Schurr, T.G. (2003). Hunting for New DNA Evidence on the Peopling of Eurasia and America in the Wilderness of the Altail Mountains. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; October 15.
48. Schurr, T.G. (2003). Mitochondrial DNA Variation in Altaian Populations, the Putative Progenitors of Eurasian and Native American Populations. American Society for Human Genetics, Los Angeles, CA; November.
49. Schurr, T.G. (2003). mtDNA Variation in Central Siberians Identifies West Eurasian and East Asian Components of their Gene Pool. American Association of Physical Anthropology Meetings, Tempe, AZ; April.
50. Schurr, T.G. (2003). The Peopling of the New World: Demographic and Evolutionary Features. Human Biology Association Meetings, Tempe, AZ; April.
51. Schurr, T.G. (2003). An Emerging Picture of Genetic Variation in South-Central Siberia. Centre de Recherche de l’Hôpital Sainte-Justine, Montréal, QC; July.
52. Schurr, T.G. (2003). Current Research in Siberia with Modern and Ancient Populations. Institute of Cytology and Genetics, Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia; June.
53. Schurr, T.G. (2003). An Emerging Picture of Genetic Variation in South-Central Siberia: Recent DNA Studies with Ancient and Modern Populations. University of Maryland, College Park, MD; April.
54. Schurr, T.G. (2003). An Emerging Picture of Genetic Variation in South-Central Siberia: Recent DNA Studies with Ancient and Modern Populations. Temple University, Philadelphia, PA; April.
55. Schurr, T.G. (2003). From Asia to the Americas: New Perspectives from Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics on Early Migration. Villanova University, Villanova, PA; April.
56. Schurr, T.G. (2003). A Molecular Genetic Perspective on the Peopling of the Americas. Pre-Columbian Society, Philadelphia, PA; January.
57. Schurr, T.G. (2003). Current Research into Modern and Ancient DNA Variation in South-Central Siberia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
58. Schurr, T.G. (2003). What About Pre-Clovis Americans? An Emerging View from Molecular Anthropology. American Museum of Natural History, New York, NY; January.
59. Shaw, D. (2003). New Enhancements and Guidelines to Using the BAP Website. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; September 26.
60. Shaw, D. (2003). Using the Online Databases and Research Tools. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
61. Vetrov, V. and E. Ineshin. (2003). Siberian Paleoecological Reconstructions from Multi-layered Archaeological Excavations: The View from the Vitim Plateau Transbaikalia, Institute of Archaeology, University College London; March 5.
62. Vetrov, V. and E. Ineshin. (2003). Articulate Bones: Rethinking the Neolithic Using Skeletons: A View from the Vitim River, Siberia. University of Aberdeen; March 3.
63. Weber, A.W. (2003). Radiocarbon Chronology of the Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Cemeteries in the Cis-Baikal. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
64. Weber, A.W. (2003). C14 Chronology at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; 31 January.
65. Weber, A.W. (2003). Issues in Radiocarbon Chronology of Cis-Baikal Hunter-Gatherer Cemeteries. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; January 31.
66. Weber, A.W. (2003). Baikal Archaeology Project. Talk presented on the occasion of the opening of the Outdoor Research Center at New Sarepta Composite School; May 15.
67. Weber, A.W. (2003). Report on Archaeological Excavations at Kurma XI, 2003. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; September 26.
68. Weber, A.W., Bazaliiskii, V.I., and O.I. Goriunova. (2003). Temporal Patterns of Cemetery Use Among Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherers of the Baikal Region, Siberia. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
69. Weitzel, M. (2003). Understanding Human Taphonomy Through Experimental Archaeology: The Ellerslie Biological Field Station Cemetery Site. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; March 21.
70. Weitzel, M. (2003). Grave Disturbance as a Taphonomic Process. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
71. Weitzel, M., Weber, A.W, and O.I. Goriunova. (2003). An Examination of Grave Disturbance as a Taphonomic Process. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Hamilton, ON; May 8-11.
72. White, D. (2003). River Surveys in the Lake Baikal Region: Highlights from the 1999-2002 Field Seasons. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, Edmonton, AB; February 21.
73. White, D. (2003). Asian climate through the Holocene: Results from Paleoenvironmental Proxy Records. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
74. White, D. (2003). Molluscan Biostratigraphic Records in the Lake Baikal Region, Russia. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.
75. White, D. (2003). Holocene molluscan records in the Lake Baikal region, Russia – an overview of research. Baikal Archaeology Project MCRI SSHRC mid-term site visit, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, October 16.
76. McKenzie, H. and D. White. (2003). 2003 research expedition to Mongolia. Baikal Archaeology Project Graduate Seminar Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, October 15.
77. Drouin, B, A. Lieverse, H. McKenzie, K. Mooder, C. Robertson, M. Weitzel, and D. White. (2003). Graduate Student Contributions to the Baikal Archaeology Project. Northern Research Days, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada, January 17. (Poster)
78. Young, T. (2003). Digitizing Excavation Floor Plans. Baikal Archaeology Project, Second Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; May 1-4.

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2002
Refereed papers

1. Anderson, D.G. and N. Orekhova. (2002). The Suslov legacy: The story of one family’s struggle with shamanism. Sibirica vol. 2 (1): 88-113. [ISSN: 1361-7362]
2. Bush, A.B.G. (2002). A comparison of simulated monsoon circulations and snow accumulation in Asia during the mid-Holocene and at the Last Glacial Maximum. Global and Planetary Change 32: 331-347.
3. Bush, A.B.G., Rokosh, D., Rutter, N., and T.B. Moodie. (2002). Desert margins near the Chinese Loess Plateau during the mid-Holocene and at the Last Glacial Maximum: A model-data intercomparison. Global and Planetary Change 32: 361-374
4. Weber, A.W., Link, D.W. and M.A. Katzenberg. (2002). Hunter-Gatherer Culture Change and Continuity in the Middle Holocene of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 21: 230-299.

Refereed books and book chapters
1. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Entitlements, Identity And Time: Addressing Aboriginal Rights And Nature Protection In Siberia’s New Resource Colonies. In E. Kasten (ed.) People and the Land: Pathways to Reform in Post-Soviet Siberia. Berlin: Dietrich Reimer Verlag: 99-124. [IBSN: 3-496-02743-6].
2. Anderson, D.G. (2002). The Ecology of Markets in Central Siberia. In Anderson, D.G. and Eeva Berglund, (eds.) Ethnographies of Conservationists: Environmentalism and the Distribution of Privilege. Oxford: Berghahn Press: 155-170. [ISBN 1-57181-464-7]

Non-refereed papers
1. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Review of “Znamenski, Andrei. Shamanism and Orthodoxy: Native Encounters with Russian Orthodox Missions “ in Russian History vol. 29 (1): 112-114.
2. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Review of “Fitzhugh, William W. & Dubreuil, Chisato O. (eds.). Ainu: Spirit of a Northern People.” in Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology vol 39 (2): 230-232.
3. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Review of “Rethman, Petra. History and Gender in the Russian Far East” in Sibirica vol 2 (1): 114-120.
4. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Review of “Humphrey, Caroline & David Sneath. The End of Nomadism” in Anthropological Quarterly vol 75 (1): 217-220
5. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Report on research activities, March 2001 – October 2002 “Year One”
6. Argounova, T. (2002). Report on diet – fieldwork carried out June – July 2002 in Evenki Autonomous District, Krasnoiarskii krai, Russia.
7. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2002). A wolf far from home. Dig 4(1): 22-25
8. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2002). The Prehistoric Graves of Siberia. In: Paul Bahn (ed.) Written in Bones. Quantum Publishing: 140-143.
9. Findlay, J, and H.G. McKenzie. (2002). Career Transitions Strand: Archaeology. Curriculum Materials for Archaeology Course at New Sarepta High School, New Sarepta, Alberta.
10. Goriunova O.I. (2002). Neolit Priol’khon’ia (oz. Baikal) [The Neolithic of the Pri-Ol’khon (Lake Baikal)]. Sovremennye problemy evraziiskogo paleolitovedeniia. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo in-ta arkheologii i etnografii SO RAN: 369-373. [In Russian].
11. Goriunova, O.I. (2002). Drevnie mogil’niki Pribaikalia (neolit – bronzovyi vek) [Ancient Cemeteries of the Pri-Baikal (Neolithic – Bronze Age)]. Irkutsk: izd-vo IGU, 2002. 84 pages. [In Russian].
12. Goriunova, O.I. (2002). Bronzovyi vek Pribaikal’ia: mogil’nik Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (ritual pogrebeniia i kul’turno-istoricheskii kontekst [Bronze Age Pri-Baikal: Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Cemetery (burial ritual and culture-historical context]. St. Petersburg: Izd-vo gos. Ermitazha, Vol. 1: 127-129. [In Russian].
13. Goriunova, O.I. (2002). Otchet. Raskopki mogil’nika Khuzhir-Nuge XIV na Baikale v 2001 g. (Ol’khonxkii raion Irkytskoi oblasti) [Report. Excavation of the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Cemetery on Baikal in 2001 (Ol’khon Region of the Irkutsk Oblast)]. Archive ILAiP IAiE SO RAN – IGU. No 109. 130 pages. Irkutsk. [In Russian].
14. Goriunova, O.I. and L.A. Pavlova. (2002). Bronzovye izdeliia iz arkheologicheskikh ob”ektov Priol’khon’ia (bronzovyi – zheleznyi veka). [Bronze Artifacts from Archaeological Sites in the Pri-Olkh’on (Bronze – Iron Age). Problemy arkheologii, ethnografii, anthropologii Sibiri i sopredel’nykh territorii. Novosibirsk: izd-vo in-ta arkheologii i ethnografii SO RAN, 2002. T.8: 295-298. [In Russian].
15. Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2002). Raskopki mogil’nika bronzovogo veka Kurma XI na Baikale. [Excavation of the Bronze Age cemetery of Kurma XI on Baikal]. Arkheologicheskie otkrytiia 2002 goda: 352-353. [In Russian].
16. Goriunova, O.I., and A.W. Weber. (2002). Zavershenie raskopok mogil’nika Khuzhir-Nuge XIV na Baikale [Completion of Excavations at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Cemetery on Lake Baikal]. Arkheologicheskie otkrytiia 2001 goda: 406-407. [In Russian].
17. Goriunova, O.I., and A.W. Weber. (2002). Raskopki Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii na mogil’nike Kurma XI (oz. Baikal) [Russian-Canadian excavation at the Kurma XI cemetery (Lake Baikal)]. Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i soprededelnych territorii. Novosibirsk: IAiE SO RAN: 291–294. [In Russian].
18. Grøn, O. (2002). Report for the 2002 ethno-archaeological expedition to the Kataga County, Irkutsk Province; Sept. 20.
19. Haverkort, C. and A.R. Lieverse. (2002). Summary report on research in Irkutsk; June-Aug.
20. McKenzie, H.G. (2002). Mortuary evidence for social relations and world views among Neolithic foragers of the Lake Baikal region, Siberia. Grantee Research Report, Circumpolar/Boreal Alberta Research Program.
21. Weber, A.W. (2002). Kurma XI, summer 2002. Fieldwork report. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta. 66 manuscript pages
22. Weber, A.W. (2002). Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, summer 2001. Fieldwork report. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta. 60 typescript pages.

Conferences and miscellaneous presentations
1. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Archives, Archaeology and the Reconstruction of the Past in Pribaikalia. Siberia, Land and Peoples: Destruction or Survival? Interdisciplinary International Conference, Leeds, UK; September.
2. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Chair’s Introduction [with Tom Andrews]. Panel Session on Repatriating Knowledge: Circumpolar Caribou Skin Tents and Cultural Revival. 9th International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, Edinburgh Conference Centre; September.
3. Anderson, D.G. (2002). On Living with Wooly Mammoths: Contrasting Concepts of the Person Implicit in the Resurrection of ‘Submerged’ Life. 9th International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, Edinburgh Conference Centre; September.
4. Anderson, D.G. (2002). The Legacy of British and Canadian Research in Siberia. Invited Lecture for the Workshop on the History of Siberian Ethnography. Max Plank Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle Germany; March.
5. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Continuity in the Relation Between People and the Baikal Landscape. Baikal Archeology Project, First Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; February 8-10.
6. Anderson, D.G. (2002). Wild Environmentalism: The History of Translocation in the Circumpolar Arctic. Invited Lecture for the Cabinet of Natural Philosophy, Department of the History and Philosophy of Science, University of Cambridge; February.
7. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2002). New Early Neolithic cemeteries of the Baikal Siberia: The Cultural Context. Institute of Anthropology, Moscow State University; September 23.
8. Bettinger, R.L. (2002). The High Latitude Hunter-Gatherer Ethnographic Record and its Implications for Adaptive Placement at Baikal. Baikal Archeology Project, First Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; February 8-10.
9. Beukens, R. (2002). Radiocarbon Dating and the Reservoir Effect. Baikal Archeology Project, First Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; February 8-10.
10. Grøn, O., Kuznetsov, O., and T. Klokkernes. (2002) The Tent in the Middle of the World. 9th International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, Edinburgh Conference Centre; September.
11. Kovalyashkina, Ea. (2002). Materials from the Potanin Archive on the Worldview of Pribaikal Peoples. Siberia, Land and Peoples: Destruction or Survival? Interdisciplinary International Conference, Leeds, UK; September.
12. McKenzie, H.G. (2002). Life History of Cemeteries. Introduction to Archaeology, Guest Lecture, Introduction to Archaeology, University of Alberta; March.
13. McKenzie, H.G. (2002). Alternative Approaches to Mortuary Analysis. Guest Lecture, Introduction to Anthropology, University of Lethbridge (Edmonton Campus).
14. McKenzie, H.G. (2002). Khuzhir-Nuge XIV in Pictures. Baikal Archeology Project, First Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; February 8-10.
15. Mooder, K. (2002). DNA Sex Identification of Degraded Human Remains. MacGregor Research Day, Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology, University of Alberta; September 26.
16. Mooder K. (2002). “If graves could talk, what secrets they would tell”. Media Interview, CBC Radio One, Edmonton, AB; December 27.
17. Mooder, K, and F. Bamforth. (2002). Neolithic Polymorphisms and the Lives of Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers. Human Origins and Disease Symposium, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, New York; October 30-Nov 3.
18. Robertson, C. (2002). Mortuary Ritual and Grave Disturbance Patterns among Neolithic Hunter-Gatherers in the Cis-Baikal Region (Siberia). Legal Education Society of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; October.
19. Weber, A.W. (2002). Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Radiocarbon Chronology. Baikal Archeology Project, First Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; February 8-10.
20. Weber, A.W. (2002). Origins of the Kitoi Culture. Baikal Archeology Project, First Annual Research Workshops, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; February 8-10.
21. Weber, A.W. (2002). Recent Excavations of Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Cemeteries on Lake Baikal, Siberia. McGill University, Montreal, Canada, guest lectures Nov. 8.
22. Weber, A.W. (2002). Prehistoric hunter-gatherer adaptations and culture change in the Baikal region, Siberia. Guest Lectures, McGill University, Montreal, QC; Nov. 11.
23. Weber, A.W. (2002). Poster Presentation: Baikal Archaeology Project. Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences, McGill University, Montreal, QC; November 8.
24. Weber, A.W. (2002). Canadian Archaeological Excavations on Lake Baikal, Siberia. Guest Talk, University of Alberta, Alumni Association; October 17.
25. Weber, A.W. (2002). Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherer Adaptations at Lake Baikal, Siberia. 7 seminars, Institute of Prehistory and Institute of Anthropology, University of A. Mickiewicz, Poznan, Poland; March.
26. Weitzel, M. (2002). Human Taphonomy and the Mortuary Use of Fire at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, Siberia. The 9th Annual Midwest Bioarchaeology and Forensic Anthropology Association Meeting, University of Indianapolis, IN; October.
27. White, D. (2002). Siberian River Surveys: 1999-2001. Baikal Archaeology Project, Graduate Seminar Series, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB; March 20.

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2001
Refereed papers

1. Bush, A.B.G. (2001). Simulating climates of the Last Glacial Maximum and of the mid-Holocene: Wind changes, atmosphere-ocean interactions, and the tropical thermocline. AGU Monograph Series 126 (The Oceans and Rapid Climate Change: Past, Present, and Future): 135-144.
2. Bush, A.B.G. (2001). Pacific sea surface temperature forcing dominates orbital forcing of the early Holocene monsoon. Quaternary Research 55: 25-32.
3. Weber, A.W. and D.W. Link. (2001). The Neolithic of Cis-Baikal: New results and research directions [Neolit Predbaikal’ia: itogi i novye perspektivy izucheniia]. Archaeology, Ethnography and Anthropology of Eurasia, vol. 1(5): 135-146. [In Russian/English].

Refereed books and book chapters
1. Anderson, D.G. (2001). Hunting Caribou and Hunting Tradition. In: Anderson, D.G. and Kazunobo I., (eds.) Parks, Property, and Power: Managing Hunting Practice and Identity within State Policy Regimes. Special Issue of Senri Ethnological Studies vol. 59: 7-26. [ISSN 0387-6004].

Non-refereed papers
1. Anderson, D.G. (2001). Review of “Watson, Helen. Memory, History and Opposition” in Canadian Slavonic Papers vol 43 (2-3): 309-10.
2. Anderson, D.G. (2001). Review of “Brody, Hugh. The Other Side of Eden: Hunters, Farmers and the Shaping of the World” in Arctic vol 54 (4): 459-460.
3. Anderson, D.G. (2001). Review of “Weiner, Douglas R. Models of Nature: Ecology, Conservation and Cultural Revolution in Soviet Russia” in Revolutionary Russia vol 14 (1): 118-120.
4. Anderson, D.G. (2001). Review of “Balzer, Marjorie Mandelstam. The Tenacity of Ethnicity: A Siberian Saga in Global Perspective” in Polar Record vol 37 (201): 168.
5. Bazaliiskii, V.I., Turkin, G.V., and A.A. Tiutrin. (2001). Mogil’nik tal’skii na iuzhnom Baikale. [The Tal’ka cemetery on southern Baikal]. In: Kamennyi vek iuzhnogo Priangar’ia [The Stone Age of the Southern Angara region]. Irkutsk: 39–52. [In Russian].
6. Goriunova, O.I. (2001). Otchet. Raskopki mogil’nika Khuzhir-Nuge XIV na Baikale v 2000 g. (Ol’khonxkii raion Irkytskoi oblasti) [Report. Excavation of the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Cemetery on Baikal in 2000 (Ol’khon Region of the Irkutsk Oblast)]. Archive ILAiP IAiE SO RAN – IGU. No 106. Irkutsk.193 pages. [In Russian]
7. Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2001). Zavershenie raskopok Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii na mogil’nike Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (oz. Baikal). [Completion of the Russian-Canadian excavations at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery at Lake Baikal] Problemy arkheologii, etnografii, antropologii Sibiri i sopredel’nykh territorii. Novosibirsk: Izd-vo in-ta arkheologii i etnografii SO RAN: 63-65. [In Russian].
8. Goriunova, O.I. and A.W. Weber. (2001). Prodolzhenie raskopok Rossiisko-Kanadskoi ekspeditsii na mogil’nike Khuzhir-Nuge XIV (oz. Baikal) [Continuation of excavations by the Russian-Canadian expedition at the Khuzhir-Nuge XIV cemetery on Lake Baikal]. Arkheologicheskie otkrytiia 1999 goda: 237-238. [In Russian]
9. Lieverse, A.R. (2001). Description of burials: Khuzhir-Nuge XIV 2001. Report submitted to the Baikal Archaeology Project, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
10. Weber, A.W. (2001). Khuzhir-Nuge XIV, summer 2000. Fieldwork report. Department of Anthropology, University of Alberta. 80 typescript pages.

Conferences and miscellaneous presentations
1. Anderson, D.G. (2001). The Influence of the Political Traditions of the Sparse Peoples of the North on Western European Political Philosophy. Keynote address for the 6th Conference on Ethno-Social Processes in Siberia, Ulan-Ude, Russia; September.
2. Anderson, D.G. (2001). Land Use and Territoriality in the Yenisei River Drainage. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
3. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2001). Locomotiv, Ust’Ida and Shamanka Cemeteries: Mortuary Ritual and Culture Historical Context. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
4. Bazaliiskii, V.I. (2001). The Lokomotiv Cemetery and the Chronology of the Baikal Neolithic. Institute of Anthropology, Moscow State University, Russia; June 5.
5. Beames, K. (2001). GIS at Khuzhir-Nuge XIV: The Use of GIS in Mortuary Archaeology. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
6. Bush, A.B.G. (2001). Wind Changes, Atmosphere-Ocean Interactions, and the Tropical Thermocline at the Last Glacial Maximum and During the Mid-Holocene. Canadian Geophysical Union.
7. Bush, A.B.G. and R.G. Fairbanks. (2001). Exposing the Sunda Shelf: Climatic Consequences of Eustatic Sea Level Change. Proceedings of the American Geophysical Union.
8. Bush, A.B.G. and D. White. (2001). Holocene Climate Change and the Lake Baikal Region. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
9. Goriunova, O.I. (2001). Khuzhir-Nuge XIV Cemetery: Mortuary Ritual and Culture Historical Context. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
10. Grøn, O. and O. Kuznetsov. (2001). Ritualisation of Space in Hunter-Gatherer Settlements and its Consequences for Archaeological Interpretations. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
11. Katzenberg, M.A. (2001). Lake Baikal Paleodiet and More… Seminar presented at the Archaeological Research Unit, University of Oxford, U.K.
12. Katzenberg, M.A. (2001). Stable Isotope Ecology of Freshwater Fauna from Lake Baikal. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
13. Katzenberg, M.A. and A.W. Weber. (2001). Hunter-Gatherer Subsistence in the Lake Baikal Region of Siberia. Sixth Advanced Seminar on Paleodiet, Santa Cruz, CA; Sept. 5-9.
14. Lieverse, A.R. and D.W. Link. (2001). Skeletal Biology of the Cis-Baikal: Current and Future Issues. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB, May 9-14.
15. McKenzie, H.G. (2001). Alternative Approaches to Mortuary Analysis. Guest Lecture, Introduction to Anthropology, University of Lethbridge (Edmonton Campus); March 10.
16. McKenzie, H.G. (2001). Mortuary Archaeology: 2 Case Studies. Guest Lecture, Introduction to Archaeology, University of Alberta.
17. McKenzie, H.G. (2001). Mortuary Analysis and the Social Context of Mobility Among Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherers in the Lake Baikal Region, Russia. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
18. McKenzie, H.G. (2001). Mortuary Ritual and Homerian Mobility Among Middle Holocene Hunter-Gatherers in the Lake Baikal Region, Russia. Chacmool, Calgary, AB; November 14-18.
19. McKenzie, H.G. and A.W. Weber. (2001). Hunter Gatherer Culture Change and Continuity in the Middle Holocene of the Cis-Baikal, Siberia. Poster presented at Research Revelations ‘01, University of Alberta, Edmonton; March 23.
20. Mooder K. (2001). DNA and Human Remains: The Marriage of Biochemistry and Anthropology. Alberta Society of Clinical Chemists Fall Meeting, Jasper, AB; October 14.
21. Mooder K. and F. Bamforth. (2001). Mitochondrial DNA and Archaeology: The Genetic Characterisation of Prehistoric Siberian Hunter-Gatherers. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
22. Schurr, T.G. (2001). Molecular Genetic Diversity of Siberian Populations: Implications for Ancient DNA Studies of Archaeological Populations from the Cis-Baikal Region. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14.
23. Weber, A.W. (2001). Bio-Geographic Profile of the Lake Baikal Region. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9–14.
24. Weber, A.W. (2001). History and Current Trends of Mid-Holocene Archaeology of the Lake Baikal Region. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9–14.
25. Weber, A.W. and R. Bettinger. (2001). Holocene Hunter-Gatherers of the Lake Baikal Region (Siberia) and the Archaeology of Death. 66th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, New Orleans, LA; April 18-22.
26. Weber, A.W., Creaser, R., Goriunova, O.I. and C. Haverkort. (2001). Lake Baikal Hunter- Gatherer Mobility Patterns: Stable Isotope Perspective. Annual Meetings of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9–14.
27. White, D. (2001). Preliminary Report on Geoarchaeological Survey of the Upper Lena River, Russia. Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Banff, AB; May 9-14. (Abstract)

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