·         PUBLICATIONS:

 

 

·         Birch, S., Jenkins, E., Coward, F. and Maltby, M. In press. Estimating population size, density and dynamics of Pre-Pottery Neolithic villages in the central and southern Levant: an analysis of Beidha, southern Jordan. Levant 49(1)

 

·         Coward, F. 2016. Scaling up: material culture as scaffold for the social brain. Quaternary International 405: 78-90.

 

·         Coward, F., Hosfield, R., Pope, M. and Wenban-Smith, F. (eds.) 2015. Settlement, Society and Cognition in Human Evolution: Landscapes in Mind. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

·         Collar, A., Coward, F., Brughmans, T. and Milss, B. 2015. Networks in Archaeology: Phenomena, Abstraction, Representation. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 22(1): 1-32.

 

·         Collar, A., Coward, F., Brughmans, T. and Mils, B. (eds.) 2015. The Connected Past: critical and innovative approaches to networks in archaeology. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 22(1), Special Issue.

 

·         Brughmans, T., Collar, A., Coward, F. and Lemercier, C. 2014. Analyser les réseau du passé en archéologie et en histoire. Les Nouvelles de l’Archéologie 135: 9-13

 

·         Coward, F. 2014. Becoming Human, in Gardner, A., Lake, M. & Sommer, U. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Archaeological Theory. Oxford University Press.

 

·         Coward, F. & Dunbar, R. 2014. Communities on the brink of civilization, in Dunbar, R., Gamble, C. and Gowlett, J. (eds.) From Lucy to Language: Benchmark Papers. Oxford: OUP.

 

·         Coward, F. 2013. Grounding the net: networks, environments and material culture in the Epipalaeolithic and early Neolithic of the Near East, in C. Knappett (ed.) Network Analysis in Archaeology: new approaches to regional integration. Oxford: OUP.

 

·         Boismier, W. A., Gamble, C. and Coward, F. (eds.) 2012. Neanderthals Among Mammoths: Excavations at Lynford Quarry, Norfolk. Swindon: English Heritage.

 

·         Coward, F. and Grove, M. 2012. Rethinking Phylogeny and Ontogeny in Hominin Brain Evolution, Human Origins 1, 65-91.

 

·         Coward, F. and Grove, M. 2011. Beyond the Tools: social innovation and hominin evolution. PalaeoAnthropology 2011: 111-129.

 

·         Coward, F. 2011. Contributions to Evolution: The Human Story. London: Dorling Kindersley.

 

·         Coward, F. 2011. 8mya-3,000BC. History Year by Year. London: Dorling Kindersley.

 

·         Coward, F. 2010. Small worlds, material culture and Near Eastern social networks. Proceedings of the British Academy 158: 449-479.

 

·         Coward, F. 2010. Casting the net wide: small worlds, material culture and social networks during the Epipalaeolithic and early Neolithic of the Near East. Bulletin of the Council for British Research in the Levant 5: 52-56.

 

·         Coward, F. and Gamble, C. 2010. Metaphor and Materiality in Early Prehistory, in L. Malafouris & C. Renfrew (eds.) The Cognitive Life of Things. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monographs, 47-58.

 

·         Coward, F. 2009. The Rise of Humans, in Prehistoric Life, pp. 454-491. London: Dorling Kindersley.

 

·         M. Grove and F. Coward, 2008. From single neurons to social brains, Cambridge Archaeological Journal 18(3): 387-400.

 

·         Coward, F. 2008. Standing on the Shoulders of Giants, Science 319 (14th March): 1493-1495.

 

·         Coward, F. and C. Gamble, C. 2008. Big Brains, Small Worlds: Material culture and human evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B 363, 1969-1979.

 

·         Coward, F. Shennan, S. Colledge, S. Connelly, J. and Collard, M. 2008. The Spread of Neolithic Plant Economies from the Near East to Northwest Europe: a Phylogenetic Analysis. Journal of Archaeological Science 35(1):42-56.

 

·         Coward, F. 2008. The Animal Bones, in Gillings, M., Pollard, J., Wheatley, D. and Peterson, R. (eds.) Landscapes of the Megaliths: excavation and fieldwork on the Avebury Monument, 1997-2003. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. 30.

 

·         Coward, F. 2005. Transitions, Change and Identity in the Palaeolithic, in Cobb, H., Coward, F., Grimshaw, L. and Price, S. (eds.) Investigating Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Identities: case studies from Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Europe. Oxford: BAR International Series 1411: 27-44. Additional material referred to in this publication.

 

·         Coward, F. & Grimshaw, L. 2005. Hunter-Gatherers in Early Prehistory, in Cobb, H., Coward, F., Grimshaw, L. and Price, S. (eds.) Investigating Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Identities: case studies from Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Europe. Oxford: BAR International Series 1411: 1-6.

 

·         Coward, F. 2002 The Human Skeletons, in Hinton, D. (ed.) Purbeck Papers. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

 

·         Coward, F. 2001. Assessment of the animal bones from the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Romano-British and Saxon site of Barford Road, St. Neots. Wessex Archaeology.

 

·         Coward, F. 2001. Assessment of the animal bones from the Romano-British site of Silchester Insula IX. University of Reading Archaeological Unit.

 

·         Coward, F. 2000. The Human Skeletal Remains from excavations at 42-54 London Road, Staines. Surrey County Council Archaeological Unit.

 

 

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