Oct 2021 : biblio Paléo de l’Afrique de l’Est

Veille mensuelle bibliographique : Paléo de l’Afrique de l’Est

Octobre 2021

10 – [PDF] Resolving the “muddle in the middle”: The case for Homo bodoensis sp. nov.

M Roksandic, P Radović, XJ Wu, CJ Bae – Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and …

… It is also clear that this taxon was dispersing out of Africa prior to 60 ka, likely in 
multiple smaller waves, … Based on the current fossil record, this suggests East 
Africa around 1 Ma as the most likely … Paleo-demes, species clades, and …

9 – Paradise lost: large mammal remains as a proxy for environmental change from MIS 6 to the Holocene in southern Africa

JP Reynard – South African Journal of Geology, 2021

… A key reason for this is probably the expansion of the southern coastal plain or 
paleo-Agulhas plain of the southwestern and southern Cape. Marine regression 
during glacial periods expose the broad Agulhas Bank continental shelf off the … 

8 – Isotopes and Diet in African Hominins and Hunter-Gatherers

E Loftus – Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Anthropology, 2021

… The success of stable isotope methods for informing dietary behavior among the 
southern Africa fossil hominins created enthusiasm for … 2.7 Ma in East Africa that 
does not neatly correspond with a change in the vegetation in the region, and thus …

7 – From Trees to the Ground: The Significance of Australopithecus anamensis in Human Evolution

Y Haile-Selassie – Journal of Anthropological Research, 2021

… afarensis may have had a much wider geographic distribution extending outside 
the East African Rift System. … afarensis, which quickly spread across the East 
African Rift corridor and became the dominant hominin species, population size and … 

6 – [HTML] Oromianism–The Indigenous Philosophy of Oromo

G Gemeda

… In the process, he makes Barara an East African metropolis whose commercial 
networks extended from northeast Africa to the Middle East, India, China, and Europe. 
But the sources do not support such an overarching conclusion. Tegegne could not …

5 – [PDF] … megafauna and landscape structure–rock engravings from Namibia encourage a comparative approach to central Europe and southern Africa. Vertebrate Zoology 71 …

U Zeller, T Göttert – 2021

… Examples of this are the Maasai, who traditionally frequent the savanna 
landscapes of East Africa as migrant nomads with their herds of cattle and live in a 
functioning coexistence with the local wildlife communities. As part of our … 

4 – Debating the Swahili: Archaeology Since 1990 and into the Future

C Kusimba, JR Walz – Archaeologies, 2021

… The Swahili are arguably the most studied society in ancient Sub-Saharan Africa
The Swahili are of African in origin but balance their … Swahili and the affirmations, 
critiques, and suggestions offered here, which we intend to promote future … 

3 – [HTML] Subspecific taxonomy of African porcupines Hystrix spp.: is there anything beyond the species level?


… DNA sequences. Lectures on Mathematics in the Life Sciences, 17, 57–86. Thomas,
O. (1893) Description of a New Porcupine from East Africa. The Annals and Magazine
of Natural History, Series 6, 11 (63), 229–231. https://doi …

2 – [PDF] Genetic and paleoecological signatures of African rainforest dynamics: pre-adapted to change?


… 4.1. Acquisition of paleo-climate simulations, tests and downscaling to the
Guineo- Congolian region Regional … lineages (or genetic clusters), often
coinciding with (1) Upper Guinea (West Africa), (2) the … Line), (4) the north …

1 – Early Maritime Cultures in East Africaand the Western Indian Ocean

A Beyin, DEBY Mayer

… Early Maritime Cultures in East Africa and the Western Indian Ocean: Papers from
a conference held at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (African Studies Program)
23-24 October 2015, with additional contributions. Edited …


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