The first article, “Variations in the Upper Paleolithic adaptations of North China: A review of the evidence and implications for the onset of food production,” was published in Archeological Research in Asia and presents an analysis of unexpectedly diverse Paleolithic cultures in North China.
The second article, “Early ‘Neolithics’ of China: Variation and Evolutionary Implications,” was published in the Journal of Anthropological Research and evaluates the echoes of Paleolithic diversity in later fully agricultural Neolithic cultures.
The third article, “Intensified Foraging and the Roots of First Farming in China,” also was published in the Journal of Anthropological Research and makes an evolutionary argument for the influence of Paleolithic cultural diversity on the critical transitional period toward agriculture in China, more than 10,000 years ago. Much of the data are presented in English for the first time.
All three articles are available through the Albertsons Library.