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Keynote Lecture I, Thomas Widlok: Hunter-gatherer situations

Keynote Lecture II, Larry Barham: Where would they be without technology? An archaeologist’s perspective on the evolution of hunting & gathering


Plenary I: Hunter-Gatherer Research, Human Evolution, and Human Nature: Dialogues and Debates

room: C1 | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 6, 09:00 - 10:30

Introduction : The Paradoxical Concept of Human Nature
Author(s): Lee, Richard B. (University of Toronto, Canada) and Kirk Endicott, (Dartmouth College, Hanover USA)

1 - Human Evolution and Hunter-Gatherer Ethnoarchaeology: Integrating history and analogy.
Author(s): Lane, Paul (Department of Archaeology & Ancient History, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Finland)

2 - Diet in Human Evolution: The history and relevance of the expensive tissue hypothesis
Author(s): Aiello, Leslie (Wenner-Gren Foundation, , USA)

3 - Using Modern Hunter-Gatherer Data and Modeling Tools to Resolve Debates about Life History Evolution
Author(s): Kramer, Karen L (Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Utah, USA)

4 - Hunter-gatherers, Cooperative Breeding, and Human Evolution: Are foragers a practical model for evolutionary reconstructions of human behavior?
Author(s): Crittenden, Alyssa (Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Las Vegas, USA)

5  - Data on hunter-gatherer networks can inform models of Pleistocene information exchange and social organization.
Author(s): Vierich, Helga (Yellowtail Tribal Council and Northern Lakes College, USA)

6 - Gender-blind accounts of human origins mean war (...and can't explain our brain size)
Author(s): Knight, Chris (Department of Anthropology, University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

7 - Are warfare and homicide responsible for the low population growth rates of prehistoric hunter-gatherers?
Author(s): Kelly, Robert L. (Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming, Wyoming, USA)

8 - Toward Resolving the Forager War/Peace Debate: Assessing relevance, logic, and rigor.
Author(s): Fry, Douglas P. (Department of Anthropology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, USA)

Discussant:
R. Brian Ferguson (Rutgers University, USA)


Plenary 1 Part 2: Hunter-Gatherer Research, Human Evolution, and Human Nature: Dialogues and Debates.

room: C1 | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 7, 11:00 - 12:30

Participants
Lee Richard B. (University of Toronto, Canada)
Endicott, Kirk (Dartmouth College, Hanover USA)
Lane, Paul (Department of Archaeology & Ancient History, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden)
Aiello, Leslie (Wenner-Gren Foundation USA)
Kramer, Karen L. (Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Utah, USA)
Crittenden, Alyssa (Department of Anthropology, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, Las Vegas USA)
Vierich, Helga (Yellowtail Tribal Council and Northern Lakes College, Canada)
Knight, Chris (Department of Anthropology, University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Konigr.)
Kelly, Robert L. (Department of Anthropology, University of Wyoming, Wyoming USA)
Fry, Douglas P. (Department of Anthropology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham USA)

Discussant:
R. Brian Ferguson (Rutgers University, USA)


Plenary II: Hunter-gatherers in a changing world

room: C1 | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 11, 09:00 - 10:30

1 - Hunter-Gatherers, Land and Fishing Rights in Alaska and Siberia: Contemporary Governmentality, Subsistence, and Sustainable Enterprises.
Author(s): Thornton, Thomas (, Oxford University, Oxford, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Mamontova, Nadia (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland / Finnland)

2 - Forest Reforms and Livelihood of Baka Hunter-gatherers in Southeastern Cameroon
Author(s): ICHIKAWA, Mitsuo (CAAS, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan); HATTORI, Shiho (Tenri University, Japan); YASUOKA, Hirokazu (Hosei University, Japan)

3 - Why Pumé Foragers Retain a Hunting & Gathering Way of Life on a Transitional Landscape
Author(s): Greaves, Russell D (Harvard University, Harvard, USA); Kramer, Karen L (Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Utah, USA)

4 - The death of master of peccaries - the Apurinã and game scarcity Brazilian Amazonia
Author(s): Virtanen, Pirjo Kristiina (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland / Finnland)


Plenary III: What have we learnt

room: C1 | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 20, 17:15 - 18:45

Lye Tuck-Po, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang
Thomas Widlok, Cologne University
Akira Takada, Kyoto University
Jerome Lewis, University College London
Anna Prentiss, University of Montana


1. The Archaeology of Narratives or Towards a Narrational Archaeology

room: HB | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 2, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 3, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Thinking through story: Archaeology and narratives
Author(s): Porr, Martin (University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia / Australien); Matthews, Jacqueline (University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia / Australien)

2 - Hunting and Gathering as narrative ritual in Ten Canoes: thou shall not covet thy brother's wives, or, beware of what you wish for.
Author(s): Allen, Brenda (University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand / Neuseeland)

3 - Origin Narratives, Land and Resource Title, and Persistent Places in Heiltsuk and Wuikinuxv Territories
Author(s): McLaren, Duncan (Hakai Insitute and University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada / Kanada)

4 - Socio-spatial characteristics of prehistoric land use in the Pilbara, NW Australia
Author(s): Rhoads, James (University of Western Australia and Archae-aus, Fremantle, Australia / Australien); Bird, Caroline (University of Western Australia and Archae-aus, Fremantle, Australia / Australien)

5 - Reflections on CB08-500
Author(s): Bird, Caroline (Archae-aus, Fremantle, Australia / Australien); Hook, Fiona; Rhoads, James (Archae-aus, Fremantle, Australia / Australien)

XXX CANCELLATION XXX - Landscape's Storytellers
Author(s): Porr, Martin (Universtiy of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia / Australien)

6 (beginning of 2nd slot) - Rock art, narratives and reframing concepts of significance: adopting the concept of multiple ontologies from post-colonial museuological theory
Author(s): Jones, Tristen (Department of Archaeology and Natural History Australian National University, Canberra, Australia / Australien); Wesley, Daryl (Department of Archaeology and Natural History Australian National University, Canberra, Australia / Australien)

7 - Dreaming narratives in the rock art of the Western Desert, Australia
Author(s): McDonald, Jo (Archaeology/Centre for Rock-Art Research and Management, Crawley, Australia / Australien); Veth, Peter (Archaeology/Centre for Rock-Art Research and Management, Crawley, Australia / Australien)

8 - Oral Tradition as Data: An example from the Great Papuan Plateau, Papua New Guinea
Author(s): Barker, Bryce (Univeristy of Southern Queensland, Toowooomba, Queensland, Australia / Australien)

9 - Yooddooddoom
Author(s): Doohan, Kim (Mintupela/DAC, Albany, Australia / Australien)


2. The Diversity of Hunter-Gatherer Pasts

room: HA | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 9, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 10, 17:15 - 18:45

- XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX Diversity and Archaeological Histories on the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America
Author(s): Cannon, Aubrey (McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada / Kanada)

1 - Subsistence and Society in Central Africa across 3000 Years
Author(s): de Luna, Kathryn (Georgetown University, Washington, DC, Austria / Österreich)

2 - The end of hunting and gathering
Author(s): Finlayson, Bill (CBRL, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX - Kenyan Hunter-Gatherers: Patterns of Change
Author(s): Guene, Enid (Universität zu Köln, Köln, Germany / Deutschland)

3 - Sources of Hunter-Gatherer Diversity in the Japanese Islands
Author(s): Hudson, Mark (University of West Kyushu, Kyushu, Japan)

4 - Making the familiar past: NW European Hunter-gatherers, analogies and comparisons
Author(s): Warren, Graeme (UCD School of Archaeology, Dublin 4, Ireland / Irland)

5 - Recovering histories of hunter-gatherers in the Bolivian lowlands
Author(s): Zanesco, Alexander (University of Innsbruck/city archive of Hall in Tirol, Hall in Tirol, Austria / Österreich)

6 - A Neanderthal childhood: Thinking outside the box?
Author(s): Spikins, Penny (Department of Archaeology, University of York, YORK, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.) - in absentia

7 - What can the modern profile of linguistic geography and genealogy of foragers tell us about human prehistory?
Author(s): Güldemann, Tom (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany / Deutschland); Hammarström, Harald (Max-Planck-Institute for Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, Netherlands / Niederlande)

8 - FROM SOUTH TO NORTH: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF HUNTER-FISCHER-GATHERER SOCIETIES OF TIERRA DEL FUEGO AND THE NORTHWEST COAST.
Author(s): Estévez, Jordi (AGREST-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien)

9 - Let's start with our academic past first
Author(s): Blumauer, Reinhard (Weltmuseum Wien, Vienna, Austria / Österreich)

10 - For Better or Worse: Using contemporary hunter-gatherer ethnography for archaeological reconstruction
Author(s): Goldstein, Paul (University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, USA); Fortier, Jana (University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, USA)

discussant: Prof. Lane


3. What's New in What's Old?

Room: C2 | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 15, 17:15 - 18:45

XXX - CANCELALTION - XXX - Exploring the Relationship between Palaeolithic Wolves, Dogs and Humans using Portable and Parietal art
Author(s): Needham, Andy (University of York, York, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Spikins, Penny (Department of Archaeology, University of York, YORK, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

1 - Learning to See and Seeing to Learn: Children, Communities of Practice and Pleistocene Visual Cultures
Author(s): Nowell, April (University of Victoria, Victoria, Bristish Columbia, Canada / Kanada)

2 - Group Sizes of Upper Paleolithic Cave Artists
Author(s): Van Gelder, Leslie (, , Other / Andere)

3 - Gallus and the Altar of Symbolic Discontent
Author(s): Walshe, Keryn (South Australia Museum, Adelaide, Australia / Australien)


* 4. The society during the Late Pleistocene to the Early Holocene in East Asia

room: Alte Kapelle | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 7, 11:00 - 12:30

1 - The discoveries and study on the archaeological sites dating to the Late UpperPleistocene to the Early Holocene
Author(s): Zhai, Shaodong (the Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China)

2 - The society of the Late Pleistocene hunters and gatherers in central China
Author(s): Wang, Youping (Dept. of Archaeology, Peking University, beijing, China)

3 - The significant achievement of xiachuan site excavated in 2014
Author(s): Du, Shuisheng (School of history, Beijing normal university, Beijing, China)

4 - Moving Up: Narcotic avoiding strategies of the earliest settlers on Tibetan Plateau
Author(s): Liu, Xinyi (Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, USA)

5 - New archaeobotanic data for the transition from hunting/gathering to millet farming in North China
Author(s): zhao, zhijun (institute of archaeology, cass, Beijing, China)


5. Investigating the Rise of the North Pacific Maritime Tradition (archaeology and history)

room: Aula | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 3, 13:30 - 15:00 | Slot 4, 15:30 - 17:00

1 - Introduction: the rise of the maritime tradition in the North Pacific
Author(s): Jordan, Peter (Arctic Centre, University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands / Niederlande); Fitzhugh, Ben (Dept of Anthropology, University of Washington, Seattle, USA); Kato, Hirofumi (Center for Ainu & Indigenous Studies,, Sapporo, Japan)

CANCELLATION - Jomon food diversity and long-term culture change
Author(s): Habu, Junko (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan); Ito, Yumiko (Aomori Prefecture History Editing Section, Aomori, Austria / Österreich)

2 - The Role of the Maritime Adaptation for the Formation Process of Ethnicities: Perspectives from Southwest coast of the sea of Okhotsk.
Author(s): Kato, Hirofumi (Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan)

3 - Kodiak and the Kurils: A comparative approach to the sustainability of North Pacific maritime hunter-gatherers
Author(s): Fitzhugh, Ben (University of Washington, Seattle, USA)

4 - North Pacific Hunter-Gatherers Living on the Ring of Fire: Interdisciplinary Research in the Islands of the Four Mountains, Alaska.
Author(s): Hatfield, Virginia (University of Kansas, Biodiversity Institute, Lubbock, USA); West, Dixie (University of Kansas, Biodiversity Institute, Manhattan, USA); Nicolaysen, Kirsten (Whitman College, Department of Geology, Walla Walla, USA); McInnes, Breanyn (Central Washington University, Deparment of Geological Science, Ellensburg, USA)

5 - Ancient Maritime Societies of Northern Bristol Bay, Alaska: The Togiak Archaeological and Paleoecological Project
Author(s): Prentiss, Anna (The University of Montana, Missoula, USA); Barnett, Kristen (The University of Montana, Missoula, USA)

6 - Wood, a key resource in the development of Bering Sea maritime adaptation
Author(s): Alix, Claire (Université Paris 1 - Panthéon Sorbonne (UMR8096), Nanterre Cedex, France / Frankreich)

7 - The Ex Nihilo Rise of Social Complexity in the Bering Strait Region: Whence Came Old Bering Sea?
Author(s): Mason, Owen (University of Colorado, Boise, USA)


6. Detecting shifts in mobility strategies in prehistoric and contemporary forager societies

room: HB | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 7, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 8, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Changes or continuity? Subsistence and mobility of the hunters and foragers from the Paleolithic to Mesolithic in Eastern Europe
Author(s): Kitagawa, Keiko (National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France / Frankreich); Julien, Marie-Anne (Centre for the Archaeology of Human Origins, University of Southampton, Southampton, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Bessudnov, Alexander A. (Institute for the History of Material Culture, RAS, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.); Bessudnov, Alexander N. (Lipetsk Pedagogical State University, Lipetsk, Austria / Österreich); Gorelik, Alexander F. (Independent Researcher, Bochum, Germany / Deutschland); Krotova, Olexandra O. (Institute of Archaeology, National Ukrainian Academy of Science, Kiev, Ukraine); Sablin, Mikhail V. (Zoological Institute, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.); Patou-Mathis, Marylène (National Museum of Natural History, Paris, France / Frankreich)

2 - The Role of Mobility in Changing Subsistence: A Case Study of the Hadza in Ethnic Tourism in Tanzania
Author(s): Yatsuka, Haruna (Nihon University, Shizuoka, Japan)

3 - Foraging and Mobility in Contemporary Alaska: Realm of the 21st Century Industrial Hunter-Gatherer?
Author(s): Van Lanen, James (Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage, USA)

4 - How should we relate hominin mobilities to those of other animals in the European Upper Palaeolithic?
Author(s): Davies, William (University of Southampton, Southampton, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Julien, Marie-Anne (University of Southampton, Southampton, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

5 - How does mobility affect sharing, cooperation and group size?
Author(s): Solich, Martin (University of Cologne, Köln, Austria / Österreich)

6 - How can decision making procedures of human foragers be modeled?
Author(s): Henn, Stephan (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany / Deutschland)

7 - Did climate change drive settlement shifts in late Holocene northern Australia?
Author(s): Brockwell, Sally (Australian National University, ACT, Australia / Australien)

8 - Hunter-gatherer mobility around the Carpathians between 29 and 13 ka BP, Eastern Central Europe
Author(s): Lengyel, György (University of Miskolc, Deartment of Archaeology and Prehistory, Miskolc, Hungary / Ungarn)

9 - We know when, we know what, but how long did they stay? - Thoughts on a distinct occupation event at Krems-Wachtberg more than 30,000 years ago
Author(s): Händel, Marc (Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology OREA, Quaternary Archaeology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria / Österreich); Fladerer, Florian (Institute for Oriental and European Archaeology OREA, Quaternary Archaeology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, Austria / Österreich)

10 - Detecting shifts in mobility strategies at Willendorf II (Lower Austria): a comparative analysis of Aurignacian and Gravettian lithic raw material use
Author(s): Moreau, Luc (MONREPOS, Archaeological Research Centre and Museum for Human Behavioural Evolution, Neuwied, Germany / Deutschland); Brandl, Michael (Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Institute for Mediterranean and Prehistoric Archaeology, Dept, for Prehistoric Archaeology, Vienna, Austria / Österreich); Tranka, Gerhard (Institut für Ur- und Frühgeschichte der Universität Wien, Vienna, Austria / Österreich); Nigst, Philip R. (University of Cambridge, Department of Archaeology and Anthropology, Division of Archaeology, Cambridge, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)


7. Hunter-Gatherers and the Law

room: HB | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 13, 13:30 - 15:00 | Slot 14, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 15, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Writing up the law of the San in Namibia: a challenge to tradition or inventing new traditions?
Author(s): Hinz, Manfred O. (University of Bremen and Jacobs University, Bremen, Germany / Deutschland)

2 - Indigenous Rights and Hunter Gatherers - a case study from Namibia
Author(s): Hays, Jennifer (University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway / Norwegen); Hays, Jennifer (University fo Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway / Norwegen)

3 - Subsistence Hunting and Legal Rights to Wildlife Resources in Botswana and Namibia
Author(s): Miller, Judith (University of indianapolis, Indianapolis, USA); Hitchcock, Robert (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA)

4 - The Predicament of Lawful Occupation Chances and Limits of the Rights-based Approach in the Case of the Kalahari San
Author(s): Zips-Mairitsch, Manuela (Institut für Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, , Austria / Österreich)

XXX - GRAPPLING WITH RELEVANCE IN THE FACE OF IMMINENT CHANGE: THE CASE OF THE WAATA OF NORTHERN KENYA
Author(s): NGURE, KENNETH (KENYATTA UNIVERSITY, NAIROBI, Kenya / Kenia)

5 (beginning of 2nd slot) - Places, People, and Tools: Structures of Legality in Southeastern Cameroon
Author(s): Rupp, Stephanie (City University of New York, Lehman College, New York, USA)

6 - Filming Torture, Filming Indigeneity: The Use of Video to Secure Baka Rights in Cameroon's Protected Areas
Author(s): Barber, Nicholas (McGill University, Dept. of Anthropology, Montreal, Canada / Kanada)

7 - Upriver Battle: Policy Impact on Subsistence Practices of the Upper Copper River Indians of Alaska
Author(s): smelcer, john (Ahtna Native Corporation, Kirksville, USA)

8 - Inherent Jurisdiction Lawmaking in Hunting-Gathering Societies
Author(s): Niezen, Ronald (McGill University, Montreal, Canada / Kanada)

9 (beginning of 3rd slot) - Law against hunters: double reality in regulation of indigenous hunting in Siberia
Author(s): Klokov, Konstantin (Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

10 - Grave Amusements: Race, punishment, and resistance on nineteenth and early twentieth century Australian telegraph lines
Author(s): Rowlands, Shawn (Bard Graduate Center/American Museum of Natural History, New York, USA); Fisk, Catriona (University of Technology, Sydney, Sydney, Australia / Australien)

11 - Recover our land allows us to come back to life
Author(s): von Koschitzky, Monica (Ethnologin und Master of Philosophy in Development Studies, Hamburg, Germany / Deutschland)

XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX - Common Law Customary Title in Peninsular Malaysia: "Equality" for Hunter-gatherers?
Author(s): Subramaniam, Yogeswaran (Centre for Malaysian Indigenous Studies, University of Malaya, Petaling Jaya, Malaysia)



* 8. Thriving Future: community based research and planning

room: Aula | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 9, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 10, 17:15 - 18:45

CANCELLATION - All Mapped Out: Traditional Knowledge and Community-based Research for an Age of Indigenous Governmentality
Author(s): Evans, Peter (TrailMark Systems Inc, Canada / Kanada)

1 - Place Based Approach to Regional Planning in remote areas
Author(s): Harwood, Sharon (james cook university, Cairns, Australia / Australien)

2 - The Ambiguous Art of Ethnotainment Living Museums and Cultural Villages in Namibia
Author(s): Zips, Werner (Institut für Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, Wien, Austria / Österreich)

3 - Communities without a future? A future without communities?
Author(s): Weichart, Gabriele (Institut für Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, Wien, Austria / Österreich)

4 - The changing futures of the Orang Rimba (Jambi, Indonesia)
Author(s): Persoon, Gerard (Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands / Niederlande)

5 - Lessons from Community-Based Research for Wildlife Management in Northern Canada
Author(s): Parlee, Brenda (Canada)

Word Cafe


9. The secret life of hunter and gatherer collections and exhibitions

room: Aula | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 5, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Shamanic Objects in the Museu do Indio at Manaus.
Author(s): Athias, Renato (Núcleo de Estudos e Pesquisas sobre Etnicidade (UFPE), Recife, Brazil / Brasilien)

2 - Milingimbi Collections: Linking Research, Museums and Communities
Author(s): Hamby, Louise (The Australian National University, Acton, Australia / Australien)

3 - Collection histories and present. Paul Schebesta's African collection at the Weltmuseum Wien.
Author(s): Haumberger, Nadja (Weltmuseum Wien, Vienna, Austria / Österreich)

4 - Central African Hunter-gatherers in the public collections in Paris
Author(s): Bahuchet, Serge (Museulm national d'histoire naturelle, Paris, France / Frankreich)

5 - Do hunters and gatherers' exhibitions have to live outdoor in order to survive ?
Author(s): MAZET, Laurent (Sagnlandet Lejre - the Land of Legends, LEJRE, Denmark / Dänemark)


10. Multimedia Resources for Hunter-Gatherer Research

room: HA | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 4, 15:30 - 17:00

1 - Meakambut ways of speaking: Documenting night-time conversations in a semi-nomadic hunter-and-gatherer society in Papua New Guinea
Author(s): Hoenigman, Darja (The Australian National University, , Australia / Australien)

2 - Sharing knowledge and discovering resources: the Ju|'hoan archives at ELAR
Author(s): Pratchett, Lee J. (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany / Deutschland); Salffner, Sophie (SOAS, University of London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - OCCAMS and Milingimbi Cultural Legacy
Author(s): Hamby, Louise (The Australian National University, Acton, Australia / Australien)

4 - Multimedia resources for Australian traditional song
Author(s): Barwick, Linda (Sydney Conservatorium of Music, The University of Sydney, The University of Sydney NSW, Australia / Australien); Turpin, Myfany; (Sydney Conservatorium of Music, The University of Sydney, NSW, Australia / Australien)


11. Hunters and gatherers on display

room: HB | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 4, 15:30 - 17:00

1 - Nomadic Images? Digital Dissemination of Early Anthropological Photography from the Collections of the Department of Anthropology (University of Vienna)
Author(s): Matiasek, Katarina (Department für Anthropologie, , Austria / Österreich); Wilfing, Harald (Department für Anthropologie, Wien, Austria / Österreich)

2 - Carry on Pygmies: a filmic history of oppression
Author(s): frankland, stan (university of st andrews, st andrews, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - Marginalization and Demystifying in The Maniq the hunter-gatherers in Thailand
Author(s): Pothisarn, Chumpol (Langrival, RILCA, Mahidol University, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand)

XXX - CANCELLATION -XXX Playing with you and Displaying us!
Author(s): pandya, vishvajit (DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, Gujrat, India / Indien)

4 - Indigenous Audio-Visual Media Production and Broadcasting - Canadian Examples
Author(s): Budka, Philipp (Institut für Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, , Austria / Österreich)


12. Historical ecology of indigenous people in Amur region

room: Aula | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 7, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 8, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Limiting line of farming on the Lower Amur River basins: from historical records on the ancestors of the present indigenous hunter-gatherers
Author(s): SASAKI, SHIRO (National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan)

2 - World-system network and center periphery pre-industrial interaction in North-Eastern Asia: Ussuri valley region
Author(s): Kradin, Nikolay (Institute of History, Archaeology and Ethnography of the Peoples of the Far- East: Far-Eastern Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

3 - The role of trade caravans of the 18th century in the flow from China to Russia on ethnographic information about the indigenous peoples of the Amur
Author(s): Bereznitskiy, Sergey (Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography: Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

4 - Ornamented Bones of the Uilta in Sakhalin
Author(s): Samar, Andrey (Institute of history, archeology, and ethnography of the people of the far-east: far-eastern branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Vladivostok, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

5 - Use of Aerial Photographs taken by Corona Satellites in an Ethnographic Survey: Amur Region in the Russian Far East
Author(s): MATSUMORI, Tomohiko (Doshisha University, Kyotanabe-city, Japan)

6 - Subsistence Activities of Indigenous People Before and After the Collapse of the Soviet Union: A Case Study of Two Nanai Villages in Amur Region
Author(s): ŌNISHI , Hideyuki (Doshisha Women's College of Liberal Arts, Kyotanabe,Kyoto, Japan)


13. Contemporary Issues among Hunter-Fishers across the North Pacific

room: HA | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 7, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 8, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Urban hunter-fisher-gatherers on Sakhalin Island: drivers, patterns and socio-ecological processes of semi-subsistence in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk
Author(s): Graybill, Jessica (Colgate University, Hamilton, USA)

2 - The life stories of Itelmen diverse trajectories in the diminishing use of a languageThe life stories of Itelmen diverse trajectories in the diminishing use of a language
Author(s): Koester, David (University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, USA)

3 - Animistic subversions versus assimilation politics in Alaska and Kamchatka
Author(s): Martin, Nastassja (Fyssen fondation, La Grave, France / Frankreich); Stepanof, Charles (EPHE, Paris, France / Frankreich)

4 - Activities to (re)acquire Sovereign Rights of Salmon Resource Management by Indigenous Societies along the Yukon River
Author(s): Inoue, Toshiaki (Josai International University, Inzai, Japan)

5 - Indigenous Rights, Customary Tenure, & Boundary Conflicts
Author(s): Menzies, Charles (UBC, Vancouver, Austria / Österreich)

6 - A Geography of Respect: Cultural and Cosmological Factors in Huna Tlingit Responses to Cruise Ship Tourism in Glacier Bay, Alaska
Author(s): Thornton , Thomas ( University of Oxford - Environmental Change Institute , Oxford , Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr. ) , Deur, Douglas ( Portland State University , USA);

7 - "What's a Dam?": The Inverse Relationship between Salmon Biodiversity and Indigenous Peoples' Political Standing Directionally across the North Pacific
Author(s): Colombi, Benedict J. (University of Arizona, Tucson, USA)


14. Research and Activism among the Kalahari san today: Ideals, Challenges and Debates

room: C2 | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 2, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 3, 13:30 - 15:00 | Slot 4, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 5, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Theory and practice
Author(s): Saugestad, Sidsel (IAS, University of Tromso/Arctic University if Norway, Tromso, Norway / Norwegen)

2 - An Archaeology of relevance: Empowering Communities through Archaeological Research and Heritage Management in Botswana
Author(s): MOOKETSI, Cynthia (, , Botswana); Ndobochani, Nonofho; Mulau, Mulalu (Botswana)

3 - On the G|ui Experience of 'Being Hunted': An analysis of oral discourses on the man-killing by lions
Author(s): Sugawara, Kazuyoshi (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University, Otsu-shi, Austria / Österreich)

4 - Fresh Field data from my work among the Hai||om and !Xun of Tsinsabis and Ekoka
Author(s): Goodwin, Charlie (University of Cologne, Köln, Germany / Deutschland)

5 - Higher Education, Social Innovation, Indigenous San people & realization of Knowledge economy
Author(s): Bolaane, Maitseo (San Research Centre, University of Botswana, , Botswana); Mazonde, Isaac (San Research Centre, University of Botswana, Botswana)

6 (beginning of 2nd slot) - Nyae Nyae Village Schools Project: 1990-2015
Author(s): Heckler, Melissa (Kalahari Peoples Fund, Cross River, New York, USA)

7 - People of the Eland/People of ELAN:The Ju|'hoan Transcription Group and Ju|'hoan Mother-Tongue Literacy
Author(s): Biesele, Megan (Kalahari Peoples Fund, Austin, Texas, USA)

8 - The constant flow of tears: Rethinking the relationship bewteen teh San and the mainstream society.
Author(s): Leepang, Tshisimogo (San Research Centre, Gaborone, Botswana)

9 - Language Documentation as a Key Strategy in the Maintenance and Preservation of Khoisan languages: The case of Naro
Author(s): Saul, Isaac (University of Botswana | Master of Arts in African Languages and Literature, , Botswana)

10 - Female initiation or school? Negotiating the value of culture in the decision-making process for Ncoakhoe (San) in the Kalahari
Author(s): Lawy, Jenny (University of Edinburgh, edinburgh, Austria / Österreich)

11 (beginning of 3rd slot)- Performing Our Past to Secure Our Future: A Look at San-Owned Cultural Tourism in the Kalahari
Author(s): Giraudo, Rachel (California State University, Northridge, Northridge, CA, USA)

12 - The Bushman Brand: Imagery of nature and culture for tourists in neoliberal times
Author(s): Koot, Stasja (Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands / Niederlande)

13 - !Khwa ttu San Museum: the visions, ambitions and challenges for creating a museum with the San
Author(s): Low, Chris (Bath Spa University, Bath, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

14 - Khwe San in the Bwabwata National Park - Education, Tracking, Employment
Author(s): Paksi, Attila (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland / Finnland)

15 - Tracking in Caves: Reading Human Spoor in Ice Age Caves with San Hunters
Author(s): Lenssen-Erz, Tilman; Pastoors, Andreas

16 (beginning of 4th slot) - Sedentarization among nomadic San hunter-gatherers in Central Botswana
Author(s): Ikeya, Kazunobu (National Museum of Ethnology, Suita, Japan)

17 - Building Alliances: tensions, expectations, and cunning conundrums
Author(s): sapignoli, maria (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle Saale, Germany / Deutschland)

18 - Land Issues and Dynamics of Livelihood and Residential Practices of the San: Two cases from Botswana and South Africa
Author(s): Maruyama, Junko (Tsuda College, Kodaira, Tokyo, Japan)

19 - The Strange Case of the Landed Poor: Land Reform Laws, Traditional San Culture, and the Continued Poverty of South Africa's Khomani People
Author(s): Puckett, Robert Fleming (Oxford University School of Geography and the Environment, Oxford, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

20 - Land, Livelihoods, and Empowerment among the San of Western Zimbabwe
Author(s): Begbie-Clench, Benjamin (Legal Assistance Centre, Windheok, Namibia); Hitchcock, Robert (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA); Ndlovu, Davy (Tsoro-o-tso San Development Trust, Dlamini, Zimbabwe / Simbabwe)

 


15. InuitStudies today: New Approaches to old Issues

room: H8 | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 18, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - A comparative perspective on the resilience of Inuit and Norse communities in the north-western margins of the North Atlantic
Author(s): Woollett, Jim (Université Laval, Québec City, Canada / Kanada); McGovern, Thomas (Hunter College CUNY, New York NY, USA); Hambrecht, George (University of Maryland, College Park MD, USA); Dugmore, Andrew (Institute of Geography and the Lived Environment School of GeoSciences, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Konrad, Smiarowski; Harrison, Ramona (The Graduate Centre CUNY, New York NY, USA)

2 - The Phenomenon of 'Return': Multiple Identities and Affiliations (Siberian Yupiget and Chukchi people, Chukotka, Russia).
Author(s): Panáková, Jaroslava (Comenius University in Bratislava, Bratislava, Slovakia / Slowakei)

3 - The sea ice as a site for multiple economies in Qaanaaq
Author(s): Flora, Janne (University of Copenhagen, Department of Anthropology, Copenhagen K, Denmark / Dänemark); Andersen, Astrid (University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen K, Denmark / Dänemark)

CANCELLATION (same as above) - The sea ice as a site for multiple economies in Qaanaaq
Author(s): Andersen, Astrid (University of Copenhagen, København K, Denmark / Dänemark); FLora, Janne (University of Copenhagen, København K, Denmark / Dänemark)

5 - Inuit Women and Subsistence Adaptation
Author(s): Quintal-Marineau, Magalie (McGill University, Montreal, Canada / Kanada)

6 - Looking Back to the Future: Traditional Resources, Harvest Data and Inuit Food Security
Author(s): Wenzel, George (McGill University, Montreal, Canada / Kanada)

7 - Understanding the Relationship between Health, Well-Being, and Food Insecurity in Ulukhaktok, NT, Canada
Author(s): Collings, Peter (University of Florida, Gainesville, USA)


16. Amazonia from East to West: synthesizing perspectives on foraging societies in lowland South Ame

room: C2 | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 12, 10:00 - 12:30 | Slot 13, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - The Archaeological Record of the First Settlers of the Amazon Forest
Author(s): Kipnis, Renato (Scientia Consultoria Científica, Sao Paulo, Brazil / Brasilien); Caldarelli, Solange B. (Brazil / Brasilien)

XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX - Contemporary issues in Amazonian hunter-gatherer research
Author(s): Rival, Laura (University of Oxford, Oxford, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

2 - Leveraging history and contact: the Awá-Guajá engagement with neighbors, frontiers and development in Brazil's Amazon region
Author(s): Forline, Louis (Univ. of Nevada, Reno, reno, USA)

3 - The Hupdah and their mobility in the Region of the Uaupé Basin
Author(s): Athias, Renato (Núcleo de Estudos e Pesquisas sobre Etnicidade (UFPE), Recife, Brazil / Brasilien)

4 - Ideology and Subjectivity in Relations among Makuan Foragers and Tukanoan Farmers in the Vaupés Basin of the Brazilian and Colombian Amazon
Author(s): Chernela, Janet (University of Maryland, University Park, USA)

5 - Tracing foragers roles in northern Amazonian social networks: Insights from lexical borrowing - in absentia
Author(s): Epps, Patience (University of Texas at Austin, Austin, USA)


17. Religious Beliefs and Practices as definig Features in Small-Scale Hunting-Gathering Societies

room: H8 | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 9, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 10, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Hunter-Gatherers and the Origins of Religion
Author(s): Peoples, Hervey (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Duda, Pavel (University of South Bohemia, Ceské Budejovice, Czech Rep./Tschech. Rep.); Marlowe, Frank (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

2 - Ritual aspects of Jomon period life in Japan
Author(s): Solovyeva, Elena (Institute of Archaeology SBRAS Novosibirsk, Novosibirsk, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

CANCELLATION - Many Forest Cosmologies: Bongando perceptions of and relationship to their environment
Author(s): Alcayna-Stevens, Lys (University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - Song in central Australian Aboriginal societies
Author(s): Turpin, Myfany (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia / Australien); Barwick, Linda (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia / Australien)

4 - Cannibals in East Siberia: from cosmology to contemporary metaphors
Author(s): Brandisauskas, Donatas (Vilnius University, Vilnius, Lithuania / Litauen)

5 - Re-envisioning the religious perspectives of early northern hunters: From cosmology to spirituality?
Author(s): Damm, Charlotte (The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsoe, Norway / Norwegen)

6 - The 'New Animism' and the San
Author(s): Guenther, Mathias (CHAGS 11, Milton, Canada / Kanada)


18. Hunter-Gatheres' Metaphysics - does it exist?

room: Alte Kapelle | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 8, 13:30 - 15:00


1 - Tlingit Cultural Harmonics: Principles and Practices Providing for Existential Maintenance and Optimization
Author(s): Langdon, Steve J. (, , Other / Andere)

2 - SEEING, BEING AND KNOWING: THE RELATIONALITY OF SPECIES IN CHEWONG ANIMISTIC METAPHYSIS
Author(s): Howell, Singe Lise (University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway / Norwegen)

3 - Tjaka: Tradition in Anangu Thought Today
Author(s): Eickelkamp, Ute (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia / Australien)

4 - Relatives: Reflections on the Nayaka Cosmos - Metaphysics or Meta-Kinship?
Author(s): Bird-David, nurit (University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)

CANCELLATION In pursuit of the firefly: The poetics and politics of "lightscape" in the Jarawa forests.
Author(s): Pandya, Vishvajit (DA-IICT, Gandhinagar, India / Indien)


19. Conflict and Resilience in Hunter-Gatherer Religions

room: Aula | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 15, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - The Birhors: A Case Study among the Adivasis of Jharkhand (India)
Author(s): Beggiora, Stefano (Ca Foscari Venezia, Venezia, Italy / Italien); Nadal, Deborah (Crawley, Austria / Österreich)

2 - Shamans, Bulldozers and Tsunamis: Batek Religion in a Global World
Author(s): Tacey, Ivan (University Lumiere Lyon 2, LYON, France / Frankreich)

CANCELLATION - The resilience of Baka and Gyéli from Cameroon: A contemporary challenge
Author(s): Nguede Ngono, Jean Pierre (Ehess-Paris and University of Yaoundé Cameroun, PARIS, France / Frankreich)

3 - From bows and arrows to crowns, crosses, hammer and sickles. Threats and resistance in Chepang shamanism (Nepal)
Author(s): Riboli, Diana (Panteio University, Athens, Greece / Griechenland)


* 20. Dynamics and variations in the conception and performance of (E)jengi, guardian spirit ...

room: Alte Kapelle | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 15, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Hunting taboo and Jengi of the Baka in southeastern Cameroon
Author(s): Yasuoka, Hirokazu (Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan)

2 - Ethnography and ethnomusicology of regional variants in the Baka's Jengi ritual
Author(s): Fürniss, Susanne (Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, France / Frankreich); Joiris, Daou Véronique (Centre d'Antropologie Culturelle, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium / Belgien)

3 - The Baka Jengi and Mbendjele Ejengi in comparative context
Author(s): Lewis, Jerome (, , Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Joiris, Daou (Centre d'Antropologie Culturelle, Université Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgium / Belgien)


21. Ritual Action

room: HA | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 16, 09:00 - 10:30 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30

1 - Cosmology Matters - Meat and the Hadza epeme night dance ritual
Author(s): Skaanes, Thea (Moesgaard Museum, Hojbjerg, Denmark / Dänemark)

XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX - From a Drifting to Violent Spirit: Micro-politics of Jengi Dance among Aka Foragers in the Northeastern Republic of Congo
Author(s): Takeuchi, Kiyoshi (independent scholar, Kyoto, Japan)

2 - Gender and sexual symbolism in BaYaka ritual action
Author(s): Lewis, Jerome (, , Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - SOME THOUGHTS ON HADZA RELIGION AND RITUAL BEHAVIOUR
Author(s): Woodburn, James (Retired (London School of Economics), Cambridge, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

4 - The ritual construction, use and efficacy of the sihap-talisman among the Eastern Penan, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo
Author(s): Rothstein, Mikael (University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Odense M, Denmark / Dänemark)

5 - Ritual, sharing and honey collecting among the Maniq
Author(s): Kricheff, Daniel (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX - YOLNGU DANCE REMIX AS LAST FAREWELL
Author(s): Tamisari, Franca (Ca' Foscari University of Venice, Venice, Italy / Italien)

6 - Innovation in Mbendjele women's Ngoku rituals
Author(s): Oloa Biloa, Camille (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

7 - Living with selves beyond-the-human: ||Khao-a Dama perspectives on agency in Hurubes, west Namibia
Author(s): Sullivan, Sian (Bath Spa University School of Society, Enterprise & Environment, Bath, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)


22. Theories from the Field? Siberian Ethnography of Hunter-Gatherers and Anthropological Theory - ROUND TABLE

room: Alte Kapelle | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 2, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 3, 13:30 - 15:00

From Chicago with Love: Sol Tax, The Peoples of Siberia and Soviet Anthropology in the 1960s
Author(s): Smith, Joshua (The University of Western Ontario, London, Canada / Kanada)

CANCELLATION The field work of Varvara Kuznetsova: a case of participant observation in Soviet ethnography
Author(s): Davydova, Elena (Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography, Russian Academy of Sciences, Saint-Petersbourg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

'Etnos' as a fieldwork concept
Author(s): Alymov, Sergei (University of Abedeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Arzyutov, Dmitryi (University of Abedeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

The "Tungus Hypothesis": Relativism and Primordialism in the Psychomental Complex
Author(s): Arzyutov, Dmitryi (University of Abedeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); ANDERSON, DAVID (University of Abedeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

Silent People in the Forests of Western Siberia: History of the Concept
Author(s): Leete, Art (University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia / Estland)

Reindeer in the structure of social relationship of Nenets and Evenks reindeer-herding communities in the 20-21 centuries
Author(s): Volzhanina, Elena (University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)


24./46. Hunter-gatherer affluence: Social and material perspectives

room: Alte Kapelle | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 4, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 5, 17:15 - 18:45

XXX CANCELLATION XXX - Values, Affluence, and Responsibility Among the Pirahãs
Author(s): Everett, Daniel (Bentley University, Waltham, MA, USA)

1 - "Interpenetration of Self" in the Baka's Social Interaction
Author(s): Daiji, Kimura (Center for African Area Studies, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan)

2 - People with Disabilities Crossing the Boundary between Hunter Gatherer and Agricultural Societies
Author(s): TODA, Mikako (National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka, Japan)

XXX CANCELLATION XXX - Ritual consumption of aquatic resources: perspectives from Brazilian shell sites
Author(s): Klokler, Daniela (Universidade Federal de Sergipe, Aracaju, Brazil / Brasilien)

3 - "Clean to Eat": Utility, Taste and Purity in Woods Cree Dietary Practice
Author(s): brightman, robert (reed college, chicago, IL, USA)

4 - Lithic technology and consumption practices between hunter-gatherer societies from Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego (South America).
Author(s): Alvarez, Myrian (CONICET, Ushuaia, Argentina / Argentinien); Briz i Godino, Ivan (CONICET- U. of York, Ushuaia, Argentina / Argentinien)


25. Challenging those who think only advanced cultures have rights or values - SESSION CANCELLED

1 - Progress and Ethnocentrism
Author(s): Gardner, Peter (University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA)

2 - Perceptions on the Hunter-gatherers in Southern India in the Late Medieval and Modern Period and the Relevance of the ideas from the Hunter-gatherer's ways of life for the Contemporary World
Author(s): VEERASAMY, SELVAKUMAR (Department of Epigraphy and Archaeology,Tamil University, Thanjavur, India / Indien)

3 - 'NO VALUE' FOR VALUES?: Hunter-gatherers' encounter with 'advanced' cultures
Author(s): KAKKOTH, SEETHA (INDIRA GANDHI NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY (IGNOU), THALASERY, KANNUR, India / Indien)


26. Hunter-gatherers, archaeology and the emergence of symbolic culture

room: HA | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 5, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Revisiting Bushmen pigment use in relation to human origins
Author(s): Watts, Ian (Independent Researcher, Athens, Greece / Griechenland)

2 - Mbuti & Baka Feminist Mythology and Female Ritual Coalitions
Author(s): Townsend, Cathryn (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - The World's First Metaphor
Author(s): Knight, Chris (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

4 - Reconstructing a source cosmology for African hunter-gatherers
Author(s): Power, Camilla (University of East London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

5 - Striking similarities in KhoeSan and Hadza mythology: some preliminary remarks
Author(s): Watts, Ian (Independent Researcher, Athens, Greece / Griechenland); Mouriki, Elena (independent scholar, Athens, Greece / Griechenland)


27. Oral Tradition, Sociolinguistics, Language Contact in Hunting and Gathering societies. An Ethnol

room: SR1 | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 18, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Oral Tradition as a field of research in HG history, language and identity. Case studies from Africa and Indonesia
Author(s): Micheli, Ilaria (University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy / Italien); Soriente, Antonia (University of Naples L'Orientale (IT), Napoli, Italy / Italien)

2 - The Agta Negrito vs Ifugao in mythology and oral tradition (Northern Luzon, Philippines)
Author(s): Stanyukovich, Maria V. (Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) RAS, St. Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

3 - The Medium is the Message: Markedness and Intra-Ethnic Communication among Penan
Author(s): Sercombe, Peter (Newcastle University uk, Bishop Auckland, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

4 - "Lost and found": the strange story of the Elmolo language
Author(s): Galli, Carla sofia (University of Turin, MI, Italy / Italien); Tosco, Mauro (Italy / Italien)

5 - Language Erosion and Maintenance among the Akie (Tanzania)
Author(s): Legere, Karsten (Institut für Afrikawissenschaften, , Austria / Österreich)

6 - Hunter-gatherers and farmers in Borneo: assessing dual linguistic influences, the relative persistence of linguistic features, and the resulting ethnocultural identity
Author(s): Sellato, Bernard (Centre Asie du Sud-Est, EHESS, Paris, France / Frankreich)

7 - The Baka language in Gabon: who uses it and for what?
Author(s): Paulin, Pascale (DDL Laboratory CNRS & Lyon University, LYON, France / Frankreich)


28. Hunter-Gatherer Languages in Contact

room: HB | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 18, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Hunter-gatherer Languages in Contact: An Introduction
Author(s): Hammarström, Harald (Other / Andere)

2 - The *Baakaa puzzle: language shift where and when?
Author(s): Güldemann, Tom (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany / Deutschland); Winkhart, Benedikt (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany / Deutschland)

3 - The mimicry game: motivated variation in Gyele
Author(s): Duke, Daniel (Leiden University & SIL Cameroon, Leiden, Netherlands / Niederlande)

XXX CANCELLED XXX Language contact in the Tupi-Guarani family: The case of Aché
Author(s): Rößler, Eva-Maria (State University Campinas, Brazil, Campinas - SP, Brazil / Brasilien); Hauck, Jan David (University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA)

5 (beginning 2nd slot) - Living at the Fringe - hunter-gatherer traditions of interior Papua-New Guinea (PNG)
Author(s): dosedla, henry (CINDIS, stuttgart, Germany / Deutschland)

XXX CANCELLED XXX - Resilience and adaptation in hunter-gatherer language contact: The case of Maniq - an outlier Semang group of southern Thailand
Author(s): Wnuk, Ewelina (Radboud University Nijmegen; Max Planck Institute, Nijmegen, Netherlands / Niederlande)

6  - The role of language contact with Kusunda in the development of the Raute Language
Author(s): Fortier, Jana (University of California, San Diego, san diego, USA)

7 - Paliyan Linguistic Acculturation
Author(s): Gardner, Peter (University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, USA)

8 - Language and Ethnic Contacts on Sakhalin in View of Soviet and Japanese Colonial Rule
Author(s): Mamontova, Nadezhda (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland / Finnland)


29. Personal Autonomy among Hunter-Gatherers: Egalitarianism, Relationality, and Personhood

room: Alte Kapelle | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 9, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 10, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - The freedom to stop being free: Negotiating personal autonomy and family relations in a contemporary Nayaka community
Author(s): Lavi, Noa (Department of Anthropology, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)

2 - "It's Up to You": The Way of Personal Autonomy among the Mlabri
Author(s): Nimonjiya, Shu (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Tokyo, Japan)

3 - Communists herded us like animals: individualism and collectivism in Russian Far East
Author(s): Ventsel, Aimar (University of Tartu, Tartu, Estonia / Estland)

4 - Living autonomously in a Bayaka community: the production of autonomy in daily life
Author(s): Moïse, Robert E (Independent scholar, Felton, USA)

5 - Happiness and cooperation in Hadza, egalitarian foragers of Tanzania
Author(s): Butovskaya, Marina (Insitute of ethnology and anthropology, RAS, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.); Karelin, Dmitri (Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

6 - Baka's 'Ambiguous' Utterance and Their Group Hunting
Author(s): Sonoda, Koji (Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan, Japan)


30. Is hunter-gatherer kinship special and (how) does it change? Perspectives from anthropology, lin

room: HA | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 2, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 3, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Beyond universal kinship categorisation' in hunter-gatherer research
Author(s): Boden, Gertrud (currently none, Köln, Germany / Deutschland)

2 - Network, collectivity and culture in the transition from primate to human kinship
Author(s): Heady, Patrick (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle / Saale, Germany / Deutschland)

3 - The dangers of mathematical beauty: are 'pure forms' of Australian hunter-gatherer kinship systems really old?
Author(s): Dousset, Laurent (EHESS (CREDO), Geyssans, France / Frankreich)

***CANCELLED*** Hunter-gatherers and tetradic kinship: why the lack of fit?
Author(s): Parkin, Robert (University of Oxford, Oxford, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

4 - Kinship and naming practices among the !Xun of north-central Namibia
Author(s): Takada, Akira (Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan)

CANCELLATION - Implications of the Generative Logic of Kinship Terminologies for Hunter-Gatherer Societies
Author(s): Read, Dwight (University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, USA)

5 - Extending your family across Australia: mapping pragmatic equivalence of sections and subsections
Author(s): McConvell, Patrick (, , Australia / Australien); McConvell, William (ANU, Canberra, Australia / Australien)

6 - The Changing Face of Penan Nomenclature
Author(s): Sercombe, Peter (Newcastle University uk, Bishop Auckland, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

7 - The Proto-Indo-European kinship terms in *-ter as relics of primordial initiation statuses.
Author(s): Milanova, Veronika (University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria / Österreich)

8 - Alternate Generation Merging in the Absence of Marriage Classes: Some Observations on the Chronotope as a Dimension of Kinship among Hunter-Gatherers
Author(s): Dziebel, German (Frontera Project, Columbus, USA); Popov, Vladimir (Kunstkamera, St. Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

9 - Can hunter-gatherer and agricultural societies have the same type of kinship system: Tlingit and Trobriand societies compared
Author(s): Rubel, Paula (Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City, USA); Rosman, Abraham (Barnard College, Columbia University, New York City, USA)


31. Boundaries: Encroachment, Competition, Cooperation, and Conflict in the Hunter-Gatherer Past

room: H8 | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 14, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 15, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Crossing the Line: cultural accommodation in the archaeological record
Author(s): Barnett, Kristen (The University of Montana, Missoula, USA); Thibeau, Tully (The University of Montana, USA); Prentiss, Anna Marie (The University of Montana, Missoula, USA)

2 - Geopolitical Histories and Boundary Configurations of North America's Mobile Big Game Hunters
Author(s): Zedeño, Maria Nieves (University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA)

3 - Macroecological exploration of variation in Kalahari site structure
Author(s): Johnson, Amber (Truman State University, Kirksville, USA); Hitchcock, Robert (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA)

4 - Hunter-gatherer Ethnogeographic Mosiacs in Short- and Long-term Perspective
Author(s): Hull, Kathleen (University of California, Merced, Merced, CA, USA)

5 - Interaction of hunters gatherers with their neighbors in central Chile: Continuities and changes.
Author(s): Cornejo, Luis (Departamento de Antropologia, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago, Chile); Sanhueza, Lorena (Departamento de Antropologia, Universidad de Chile, Santiago, Chile)

6 - Boundary effects on cultural transmission and artifact variation in late prehistoric New Mexico, USA
Author(s): Garvey, Raven (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA)

7 - A Frame of Reference for First Encounters between Paleolithic Foragers and Neolithic Farmers in Taiwan
Author(s): Yu, Pei-Lin (Boise State University, Boise, ID, USA)

8 - Crossing Boundaries and Changing Identities in the Transition from Hunting and Gathering to Maize Horticulture on the North American Great Plains
Author(s): Bamforth, Douglas (University of Colorado Boulder, Boulder, Colorado, USA)


* 32. Human-bird relationships in the study of hunters and gatherers

room: Aula | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 12, 10:00 - 12:30 | Slot 13, 13:30 - 15:00 | Slot 14, 15:30 - 17:00

1 - Wildfowl as foodstuff source in the modern Siberia indigenous hunters' life
Author(s): Klokov, Konstantin (Saint-Petersburg State University, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

2 - A bird's motive in the culture of northern Mansi
Author(s): Fedorova, Elena (Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) RAS, Saint-Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

3 - Saving Birds Left Behind: An Ethnography of Non-Domesticating Taming in Interior Alaska
Author(s): Kondo, Shiaki (University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, USA)

4 - Cree Goose Hunting and Ecological Calamity at James Bay
Author(s): Scott, Colin (Dept of Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada / Kanada)

CANCELLATION - Birds, Hunters and Praise Singers: Symbolism and Meaning in Mande Narratives, West Africa
Author(s): Konkouris, Theodore (Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

CANCELLATION  - Ethno-ornithology of the Baka (Cameroon): variations in Birds' Knowledge and environment's apprehension
Author(s): Duda, Romain (Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals (ICTA) - UAB, Bellaterra (Cerdanyola del Vallès), Spain / Spanien); Gallois, Sandrine (Institut de Ciència i Tecnologia Ambientals (ICTA) - Barcelona, Bellaterra (Cerdanyola del Vallès), Spain / Spanien)

5 (beginning of 2nd slot)- Oracle Birds and Spirits of the Forest: Hunters and their Avian Companions on Formosa
Author(s): Simon, Scott (Université d'Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada / Kanada)

6 - Human-bird relationships in some Aboriginal cultures of inland Australia
Author(s): Turpin, Myfany (University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia / Australien); Gosford, Bob (Ethnoornithology Research & Study Group, Darwin, NT, Australia / Australien); Meakins, Felicity (University of Queensland, St Lucia, Australia / Australien)

7 - Bird divination among the Eastern Penan, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo: amen juhit
Author(s): Rothstein, Mikael (University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Odense M, Denmark / Dänemark)

8 (beginning of 3rd slot) - Heard but not seen: humans, birds, and music in a forest dwelling society
Author(s): Rudge, Alice (UCL, Mayfield, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

9 - Becoming-bird: ontology of the human-bird encounter
Author(s): Bonta, Mark (Pennsylvania State University, Bellefonte PA, USA)


33. Verbal and non-verbal communication among human and non-human animals

room: HA | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 15, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - The personal rituals in forest of Finnic gatherers
Author(s): Arukask, Madis (Tartu Ülikool, Tartu, Estonia / Estland)

2 - Translative case and animal behaviour among Veps
Author(s): Siragusa, Laura (University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - "Of course we should talk to them. How else would they learn?": Communicating (domesticated) animals into forest social life
Author(s): Lavi, Noa (Department of Anthropology, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel)

4 - They Say They Have Ears Through the Ground: Verbal and Non-Verbal Communication Between Human and Non-Human Persons in Southwest Alaska
Author(s): Fienup-Riordan, Ann (Arctic Studies Center and Calista Education and Culture, Anchorage, USA)

5 - Talking to and about Animals among Cree People in Northern Alberta, Canada
Author(s): Westman, Clint (University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK, Canada / Kanada)


34. Relationships of no small significance: Invisibility, animals, and the Domus.

room: Alte Kapelle | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 18, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - How reindeer domesticated man the hunter? The role of animal will and behavior in the "Reindeer Revolution" of Eurasian Arctic
Author(s): Stépanoff, Charles (Ecole pratique des hautes études, Paris, France / Frankreich)

2 - "We have a contract with them": Gwich'in articulations about helpful animals in their life world
Author(s): Wishart, Robert (University of Aberdeen, auchenblae, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - 'What happens to one part impacts the other parts': Invisible Entanglements in the St'át'imc Salish Fishing Way of Life
Author(s): Moritz, Sarah Carmen (McGill University, Victoria, Canada / Kanada)

4 - Annual cycles of proximity in southern Siberian human-horse relations
Author(s): Oehler, Alexander (University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

5 (beginning of 2nd slot) - Human-animal-landscape relations on the move: playing chess and defending reindeer herds from predators in Zabaikal'e
Author(s): Davydov, Vladimir (Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography (Kunstkamera) RAS, St. Petersburg, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

6 - Feeding the Animals: Sharing and Caring between Gwich'in and Animals
Author(s): Loovers, Jan Peter Laurens (, , Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

7 - Familiarity and Contempt in Human/Animal Ethnography
Author(s): Anderson, David (University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)


35. Animal auxiliaries among hunting and gathering societies

room: H8 | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 2, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 3, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Commensal symbiosis between the honeyguide bird and Congo Basin honey hunters
Author(s): Dounias, Edmond (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), Montpellier cedex 5, France / Frankreich)

2 - Werewolves of the Sea: Human - killer whale (orcinus orca) relationship in the North Pacific
Author(s): Holzlehner, Tobias (Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Halle (Saale), Germany / Deutschland)

3 - Shared workload, shared qualities : reindeer riding, herding and hunting
Author(s): BUREAU, Nicolas (Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Siences Sociales - Laboratoire d'Anthropologie Sociale, Saint-Ouen, France / Frankreich)

4 - Dogs in Agta Hunting and Raiding
Author(s): Griffin, Percival (University of Hawaii Department of Anthropology, Baguio City, Philippines / Philippinen)

5 - Warlpiri dog tales: of protectors, companions, and collaborators
Author(s): Musharbash, Yasmine (The University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia / Australien)

6 - Marking seasons: Indicator animals and the Batek
Author(s): Tuck-Po, Lye (Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang, Malaysia)


* 36. Hunter-gatherer ecologies: Paths forward

room: Alte Kapelle | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 16, 09:00 - 10:30

roundtable - Facilitating continuity and responsiveness in hunter-gatherer research
Author(s): Dounias, Edmond (Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), Montpellier, France)

roundtable - Comparative ethnobotany of Bornean groups
Author(s): Koizumi, Miyako (The Kyoto University Museum, Kyoto, Japan)

roundtable - Hunter-Gatherers, Anthropology and Ourselves
Author(s): Winterhalder, Bruce (U of California, Davis, Coos Bay, OR, USA) - in absentia

roundtable - Hunter-gatherers' rights in theory and practice
Author(s): Minter, Tessa (Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands / Niederlande)

roundtable - Emplacing Human-Animal Relations
Author(s): Anderson, David G. (University of Abedeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)


37. Indigenous Legal Practices and Legal Practices Regarding Indigenous Rights in the Circumpolar No

room: H8 | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 8, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Russian Sami Parliament as an Instance of Indigenous Self-Government in the Russian North
Author(s): Vladimirova, Vladislava (Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden / Schweden)

2 - A Legal Approach to Inuit Harvesting Rights in Nunatsiavut
Author(s): Garcia Fuente, Pedro (Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Madrid, Spain / Spanien)

CANCELLATION - Exploring the nexus of Indigenous Practices and Western Legal Frameworks: Integrating modern tools into traditional ways of stewarding local and traditional knowledge of the Arctic
Author(s): McCann, Heidi (National Snow and Ice Data Center, Boulder, USA)

XXX CANCELLATION XXX Activism and rights around access to traditional lands and resources of the peoples of the Circumpolar North Russia
Author(s): Murashko, Olga (, , Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

3 - Russian Law on Indigenous Hunting Rights: A Quarter-Century Onward
Author(s): Fondahl, Gail (University of Northern British Columbia, Prince George, Canada / Kanada)


38. Hunter-Gatherer Childhood

room: H8 | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 12, 10:00 - 12:30

1 - Darwin's Moral Sense and the Hunter-Gatherer Childhood Model
Author(s): Narvaez, Darcia (University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, USA)

2 - Foraging, Energetics, and Play among Hadza children
Author(s): Benyshek, Daniel (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, USA); Wells, G. Kilian; Crittenden, Alyssa (University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Las Vegas, USA)

3 - Weaning practices among the Philippine Agta
Author(s): Minter, Tessa (Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands / Niederlande)

4 - Interpreting children in the hunter-gatherer landscape: A prehistoric narrative from Stonehenge
Author(s): Wilson, Pauline (University of Buckingham, Abingdon, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

5 - Children and childhood within ethnographic studies about Argentinian indigenous communities (Qom and Mbyá)
Author(s): Garcia Palacios, Mariana (Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina / Argentinien); Hecht, Ana Carolina (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones en Ciencia y Tecnología. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina / Argentinien); Enriz, Noelia (Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones en Ciencia y Tecnología. Universidad de Buenos Aires., Buenos Aires, Argentina / Argentinien)


39. Evolution of inequality (including warfare and violence)

room: Alte Kapelle | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 13, 13:30 - 15:00 | Slot 14, 15:30 - 17:00

1 - Surplus and inequality: What's the connection?
Author(s): Boone, James (University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA)

2 - Revisiting the Origins of Structural Inequalities: Two Core Issues
Author(s): Grier, Colin (Washington State University, Pullman WA, USA)

4 - The origins of political inequality in a contemporary small-scale society
Author(s): von Rueden, Christopher (University of Richmond, Richmond, USA)

5 - Violence and Inequality among Foragers: The Bioarchaeological Evidence from California
Author(s): Allen, Mark (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Pomona, USA); Codding, Brian (University of Utah, Salt Lake City, USA); Jones, Terry (California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, USA); Schwitalla, Al (Millennia Archaeological Consulting, Sacramento, USA)

5 - Was there War before the Holocene? - presented by Allen, Mark
Author(s): Roscoe, Paul (University of Maine, Orono, USA); Allen, Mark (California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Pomona, USA)

6 (beginning of 2nd slot) - The Magician of Namonte and the spirit medium of Pig-Bone-Place: Political magic and the fragility of power among Mikea foragers of Madagascar
Author(s): Tucker, Bram (University of Georgia, Athens, GA, USA)

7 - Push or Pull: The Role of Ritual in the Development of Inequality
Author(s): Villeneuve, Suzanne (University of Toronto, Langley, Canada / Kanada); Hayden, Brian (Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, Canada / Kanada)

8 - Social inequality and ideology in the evolutionary prospect
Author(s): Artemova, Olga (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS, Moscow, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

9 - Learning to live with unequality? -- Lessons from the Moken the (former) sea nomads of Thailand
Author(s): Arunotai, Narumon (Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand)

10 - AGENT BASED SIMULATION OF THE IMPACT OF SOCIAL DISCRIMINATION NORMS ON THE DEMOGRAPHIC PATTERNS IN HUNTER-FISHER-GATHERER SOCIETIES
Author(s): Olives Pons, Juana Maria (AGREST- Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien); Estévez, Jordi (ARESOCARE-research group, Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien); Vila, Adrià (ARESOCARE research group, Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien)

11 - THE ORIGINS OF STRUCTURAL INEQUALITY IN HUNTER-FISHER-GATHERER SOCIETIES.
Author(s): Vila, Assumpció (Departament d'Arqueologia i Antropologia, Barcelona, Spain / Spanien)


40. Hunter-gatherers Behavioural Ecology & Evolutionary Modelling

room: HA | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 12, 10:00 - 12:30 | Slot 13, 13:30 - 15:00 | Slot 14, 15:30 - 17:00

1 - Determinants of reproductive success in Batek hunter-gatherers in Peninsular Malaysia
Author(s): Kraft, Thomas (Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA); Venkataraman, Vivek (Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA); Tacey, Ivan (Université Lumière Lyon 2, Lyon, France / Frankreich); Kawai, Aya (Chiba University, Chiba, Japan); Endicott, Kirk (Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA)

2 - Hunter-gatherer community composition; who lives with whom, and why?
Author(s): Dyble, Mark (UCL Anthropology, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - Healthy hunters or unhealthy farmers? The behavioural ecology of health and transition in an extant foraging group
Author(s): Page, Abigail (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

4 - Cooperation in Hunter-Gatherers: The Role of Experimental Games in Understanding Hunter-Gatherer Prosociality
Author(s): Smith, Daniel (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

5 - Mbendjele food sharing and the transition to delayed return subsitence
Author(s): Thompson, James (UCL, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

6 (beginning of 2nd slot) - Gatherer-hunters; Hadza Men's self-provisioning on walkabout
Author(s): Berbesque, Colette (Roehampton University, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Wood, Brian (Yale, New Haven, USA); Crittenden, Alyssa (ULVN, Las Vegas, USA); Marlowe, Frank (Cambridge University, Cambridge, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

7 - Sharing is not caring: The evolution of demand sharing through an agent-based model of tolerated theft
Author(s): Strods, Janis (Department of Anthropology, UCL, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

8 - Sexual division of labour and differential cooperative tasks in hunter-gatherers: a study on social simulation
Author(s): Zurro, Debora (CaSEs, IMF-CSIC (Spanish National Research Council), Barcelona, Spain / Spanien); Caro, Jorge; Miguel Quesada, Francesc Josep (GSADI, Sociology Dept. UAB, Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien); Tapia, Eduardo (Institute for Analytical Sociology, Norrköping, Sweden / Schweden)

9 - Modelling social norms on food sharing in forager societies
Author(s): Caro, Jorge (GSADI, Dept. Sociology (UAB), Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien); Miguel Quesada, Francesc Josep (GSADI, Dept. Sociology (UAB), Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien)

10 - Hunting Megafauna and the Emergence of Social Niche Specialization: What does it take to Kill a Mammoth?
Author(s): Lupo, Karen (Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA); Schmitt, David (Southern Methodist University, Dallas, USA)

11 (beginning of 3rd slot) - Linking individual foraging and residential mobility: models and data from southeast Asian tropical rainforest foragers
Author(s): Venkataraman, Vivek (Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, USA); Kraft, Thomas; Endicott, Kirk (Dartmouth College, Hanover, USA)

12 - Hunting with dogs in a Maya-Mopan Village (Southern Belize): are the hunting movements of dogs and humans coordinated?
Author(s): Pacheco-Cobos, Luis (Facultad de Biologia, Universidad Veracruzana Xalapa, Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico / Mexiko); Grote, Mark N; Winterhalder, Bruce (Department of Anthropology, University of California Davis, Davis CA, USA)

13 - THE SHARING OF PLANT KNOWLEDGE AND USE IN MBENDJELE BAYAKA HUNTER-GATHERERS OF THE NORTHERN REPUBLIC OF CONGO
Author(s): Salali, G. Deniz (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Chaudhary, Nikhil (University College London, London, Austria / Österreich); Thompson, James; Jerome, Lewis; Mace, Ruth (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Migliano, Andrea (University College London, London, United Arab / Ver.Arab.)

*** CANCELLATION *** Sex, Social Capital and Inheritance amongst the Mbendjele BaYaka
Author(s): Chaudhary, Nikhil (University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX  Ethnology and the formal language of mathematical sciences : first steps on a bridge to build between disciplines
Author(s): Pineault, Hubert (Université de Montréal, Montréal, Canada / Kanada)


41. Subsistence Practices and the Ways of their Transmission to Future Generations.

room: H8 | Tuesday, September 8th, 2015 | Slot 4, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 5, 17:15 - 18:45

CANCELLATION - Learning to spear hunt among Chabu hunter-gatherer adolescents in SW Ethiopia
Author(s): Dira, Samuel (Washington State University, Pullman, USA); Barry, Hewlett (Washington State University, Vancouver, USA)

1 - Learning subsistence skills among BaYaka children - the examples of nut cracking and coco leaf slicing skills.
Author(s): Bombjakova, Dasa (Anthropology, University College London, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

2 - Hunting for subsistence? : Sihan's hunting practice between tradition and modern way of life
Author(s): Kato, Yumi (Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan)

3 - Environmental knowledge transmission among the Agta of San Mariano, the Philippines
Author(s): Hagen, Renee (Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands / Niederlande)

4 - Explaining livelihood strategies among contemporary Rungus farmers: a return to the household, time and money
Author(s): PORODONG, Paul (Universiti Malaysia Sabah, Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia)

5 ( start of 2nd slot) - The Influence of plant gathering and agricultural practices on the formation of local identities of Yezidi and Kurdish societies in Armenia
Author(s): Melkumyan, Hamlet (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Yerevan, Armenia / Armenien); Hovsepyan, Roman; Harutyunyan, Lili (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Yerevan, Armenia / Armenien); Stepanyan-Gandilyan, Nina (Institute of Botany, Yerevan, Armenia / Armenien)

6 - A Reassessment of Ainu Subsistence Leading to Revitalization of the Ainu Culture in a "Symbolic Space for Ethnic Harmony"
Author(s): Tezuka, Kaoru (Hokkai-Gakuen University, Sapporo, Japan)

CANCELLATION - Stone, Shell, Scale: Heiltsuk Material Practices and the Making of Places and History on the Central Coast of British Columbia
Author(s): Mathews, Darcy (University of Victoria, Brentwood Bay, Canada / Kanada)

8 - Revisiting "Circumpolar Bear Ceremonialism": Traditions, Transformations and Extinctions
Author(s): Wiget, Andrew (Visiting Professor, Moscow State University, Moscow, Austria / Österreich); BALALAEVA, Olga (Consultant, Duma Native Assembly, KMAO-Iugra, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

9 - Selkup Folklore on Magic Hunt with Forest Spirits
Author(s): Kim-Maloney, Alexandra (Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)


42. Aboriginal Whaling and Identity in the Twenty-First Century

room: C2 | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 7, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 8, 13:30 - 15:00 | Slot 9, 15:30 - 17:00

1 - Prehistoric and Early Historic Whaling
Author(s): Savelle, James (McGill University, Montreal, Canada / Kanada)

2 - A Whale of a Problem: Zooarchaeology and Modern Whaling 10 years on.
Author(s): Evans, Sally (Cardiff University, Cardiff, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.); Mulville, Jacqui (Cardiff University, Cardiff, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

3 - The Visual narratives and the depiction of whaling in north European prehistory over the long dure
Author(s): Janik, Liliana (Dept of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Arab / Ver.Arab.)

4 - Pre-contact Whaling in North Alaska: A Brief Overview
Author(s): Jensen, Anne (UIC Science LLC, Barrow, Alaska, USA)

5 - (beginning of 2nd slot) A Life Bound Up with Whales
Author(s): Sheehan, Glenn (Independent Scholar, Barrow, AK, USA)

6 - Precontact Inuit Whaling and Identity in the Eastern Arctic
Author(s): Whitridge, Peter (Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador, Canada / Kanada)

7 - Was Nuu-chah-nulth Whaling on Canada's West Coast Optimal Foraging, Costly Signaling or Both?
Author(s): Monks, Gregory (University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada / Kanada)

8 - A Comparative Study of Contemporary Indigenous Whale Hunts in North America
Author(s): Kishigami, Nobuhiro (National Museum of Ethnology, Suita City, Japan)

9 -  (beginning of 3rd slot) Tales of the Whale: Climate Change and the New Inupiaq Identity in the Making
Author(s): Sakakibara, Chie (Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH, USA)

10 - Growing Anti-Whaling, Pro-Whale Watching Campaign on the Small Whaling Island of Bequia
Author(s): Hamaguchi, Hisashi (Sonoda Women's College, Amagasaki, Japan)

11 - The revitalization of Korean whale use culture: A case study of Jangsaengpo Ulsan
Author(s): ii, sunae (Miyazaki Municipal University, Miyazaki, Japan)

12 - Changes in the uses of whale resources over time: an example using the hand-harpoon fishery of Nago, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan
Author(s): endo, aiko (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan)

CANCELLATION The Anglosphere and the Construction of Anti-Whaling Discourse
Author(s): Aramaki, Michiko (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada / Kanada)


43. Food Transactions involving Money among Hunting and Gathering Peoples

room: HB | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 9, 15:30 - 17:00 | Slot 10, 17:15 - 18:45

1 - Contemporary Subsistence Hunting, Fishing, Gathering, and Exchanges of Wild, Renewable Resources in Alaska
Author(s): Fall, James (Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage, Alaska, USA)

2 - Customary Trade in Finfish: A Case Study of Processes Leading to Authorization under Alaska State Law in the Norton Sound Region
Author(s): Magdanz, James (University of Alaska, Fairbanks, USA)

3 - Monetary Exchange and Moral Economy: Ambivalence and Anxieties in Tlingit and Haida Views on the Use of Money in Exchanges of Subsistence Foods
Author(s): Langdon, Steve J. (, , Other / Andere)

4 - Aleutian Currency: Money, Markets and Wild Foods
Author(s): Reedy, Katherine (Idaho State University, Pocatello, USA)

5 - Skirting the system: Alaskan families efforts to maintain subsistence lifestyles under current regulatory regimes
Author(s): Marchioni, Meredith (Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage, Austria / Österreich)

6 - Human-animal relations: Adaptive management in a changing north
Author(s): Holen, Davin (Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Anchorage, USA)

7 - Money within modern mixed economies: Continuity and Change
Author(s): BurnSilver, Shauna (School of Human Evolution and Social Change Senior Sustainability | Arizona State University, , USA); VanSteelandt, A.; Magdanz, J. (USA)

8 - CANADIAN INUIT SUBSISTENCE: ANTINOMIES OF THE MIXED ECONOMY ADAPTATION
Author(s): Wenzel, George W. (McGill University / Department of Geography, Montreal, Canada / Kanada)

9 - Money and Subsistence Production Levels: Untangling Conflicting Relationships in Alaska
Author(s): Wolfe, Robert J. (, Corte Lira, Canada / Kanada)


44. Food (in-)security in times of changing land and ways of life

room: SR1 | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | Slot 7, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 8, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - The macro-level of food security dimensions and indicators
Author(s): Sackl, Anita (Freelance, Vienna, Austria / Österreich)

2 - Food insecurity in times of plenty
Author(s): Weichart, Gabriele (Institut für Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, Wien, Austria / Österreich)

3 - Biodiversity as food security: nutritional and social outcomes of declining wildlife on contemporary hunter-gatherers in protected Congo Basin Forests.
Author(s): Remis, Melissa (Purdue University, West Lafayette, Austria / Österreich); Robinson, Carolyn (University of North Carolina Wilmington, Wilmington, Austria / Österreich)

4 - 'They want to sell the sea': Anticipatory scenarios of food insecurity and the politics of sensuous/affective attachments in Mexico
Author(s): Montesi, Laura (University of Kent, Canterbury, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

5 - Melangun and its impact on food security for the Orang Rimba hunter-gatherer society in Sumatra, Indonesia
Author(s): Margu Wardani, Ekoningtyas (Anthropology Department Leiden University, Leiden, Netherlands / Niederlande)

CANCELLATION (beginning of 2nd slot) - Hunting and eating seamammals in the 21st century - the Inuit point of view
Author(s): Traeger, Verena (Department for Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Vienna, Austria / Österreich)

6 - The Maintenance of Indigenous Food Systems in Border Regions of Northern Canada
Author(s): Natcher, David (University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, Canada / Kanada); Jeans, Tobi (University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, USA); Kassi, Norma (Arctic Institute of Community-Based Research, Whitehorse, Canada / Kanada)

7 - Balancing commercial and subsistence hunting in High Arctic landscapes
Author(s): Dresscher, Sarah-Jane (Arctic Centre, University of Groningen, Groningen, Netherlands / Niederlande)

8 - Our Changing Homelands, Our Changing Lives, Indigenous Food Security
Author(s): Kassi, Norma (Arctic Institute of Community Based Research, Whitehorse, Austria / Österreich)


45. The Things We Share: Affordances and obligations

room: H8 | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 18, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Reciprocity and Sharing Practices among the Nomadic Hunter-Gatherer Rautes of Nepal
Author(s): Shahu, Man Bahadur (Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal)

2 - "The dark side of sharing" - egalitarianism, hunger and violence among the Ik of northern Uganda:
Author(s): Willerslev, Rane (, , Denmark / Dänemark)

3 - The desire for things; Indigenous artists as consumers in central Australia
Author(s): Young, Diana (The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia / Australien)

4 - Rights and Obligations in a Hunter-Gatherer Economy amongst Warlpiri in central Australia
Author(s): Stotz, Gertrude (Independent scholar, Alice Springs, Australia / Australien)

CANCELLATION - The Water Puzzle. Hunter Gatherers' Drinking Skills.
Author(s): Flitsch, Mareile (Ethnographic Museum, Zurich, Switzerland / Schweiz)

5 - Sharing in communities of practice
Author(s): Widlok, Thomas (University of Cologne, Köln, Germany / Deutschland)

6 - Is sharing over? A case study on resettled San in Namibia's Omaheke-Region
Author(s): Kempen, Jonathan (University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany / Deutschland)


48. Extractive Industries: impacts, benefits and participation of local communities

room: Aula | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 16, 09:00 - 10:30 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 18, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - No More Broken Promises: Hunter-Gatherers from Northeastern Philippines and the Legal Consent Case of Mining on their Ancestral Domain
Author(s): Buenafe, Mayo (Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Develeopment Sociology, Leiden University, Leiden AK, Netherlands / Niederlande)

2 - Socioeconomic security in Papua New Guinea's oil extraction sector
Author(s): Gilberthorpe, Emma (UEA, Norwich, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

XXX - CANCELLATION - XXX - The Other Rush: Inupiat Participation in the Nome Gold Strike 1900-1920s
Author(s): Demuth, Bathsheba (UC Berkeley, Oakland, USA)

3 - Rotational shift work in the Yukon Territory's mining sector: the Mobility Companion Guide
Author(s): Gartler, Susanna (University of Vienna/ReSDA, Vienna, Austria / Österreich); Saxinger, Gertrude (University of Vienna/ReSDA, Vienna, Austria / Österreich)

4 (beginning of 2nd slot) - Traditional/Non-Traditional Acitivites among Hunter-gathering peoples, Global Tendencies in Russia. The Case of Evenki people and Nephrite (Jade) Mining in East Siberia
Author(s): Santha, Istvan (research centre for humanities, hungarian academy of sciences, budapest, Other / Andere); Safonova, Tatjana (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary / Ungarn)

5 - Hunting for benefits? Indigenous peoples, industry and the Law in the Russian Arctic
Author(s): Stammler, Florian (Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland / Finnland); Ivanova, Aytalina (North Eastern Federal University Yakutsk, Faculty of Lawv, Yakutsk, Finland / Finnland)

6 - "Oilism" in aboriginal life
Author(s): Novikova, Natalya (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology RAS, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

CANCELLATION (beginning of 3rd slot) - The resource curse and resilience patterns of indigenous groups of South Siberia (Russia)
Author(s): Funk, Dmitri (Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

8 - Living and mining along the BAM: social sustainability or resource curse?
Author(s): Povoroznyuk, Olga (Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology, RAS, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

9 - Working for the enemy - oil workers from nomadic/seminomadic arctic communities
Author(s): Dudeck, Stephan (Anthropology Research Team, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland / Finnland)

10 - The Importance of Penan Culture as Stewards of Borneo Rainforest, Jaman Segita
Author(s): Kelesau, Nick (Long Kerong, Sarawak, Malaysia)


50. Women's roles in contemporary hunting and gathering societies

room: Alte Kapelle | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 12, 10:00 - 12:30

1 - Dingo: In the Shadow of Woman
Author(s): Balme, Jane (University of Western Australia, Crawley, Australia / Australien); O'Connor, Susan (Australian National University, Canberra, Australia / Australien)

2 - Use of Medicinal Plants and Transmission of the Knowledge by an Elderly Baka woman in Cameroon
Author(s): HATTORI, Shiho (Tenri University, Tenri, Japan)

3 - Cultural Interaction of Women in Field Encounters - presented by Polak Charlotte, Isabel Winter
Author(s): Polak, Charlotte (S.A.C.S , Berlin, Germany / Deutschland); Winter, Isabel Elisabeth (Humboldt Univerität, Berlin, Germany / Deutschland)

CANCELLATION - FOREST SHOMPEN WOMEN: AN OVERVIEW OF CONTEMPORARY HUNTER-GATHERER DIVISION OF LABOUR
Author(s): Patnaik, Rajesh (Exploration and Research Group, Visakhapatnam, India / Indien)

4 - The Yezidi gatherer woman's role in the community and outside of it (Armenia)
Author(s): Hovsepyan, Roman (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Yerevan, Armenia / Armenien); Melkumyan, Hamlet (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Yerevan, Armenia / Armenien); Stepanyan-Gandilyan, Nina (Institute of Botany, Yerevan, Armenia / Armenien); Harutyunyan, Lili (Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography, Yerevan, Armenia / Armenien)


51. Contributed papers in hunter-gatherer studies

room: C2 | Friday, September 11th, 2015 | Slot 16, 09:00 - 10:30 | Slot 17, 11:00 - 12:30 | Slot 18, 13:30 - 15:00

1 - Human biophilia -- a glimpse into the past?
Author(s): Windhager, Sonja (Department für Anthropologie, , Austria / Österreich); Atzwanger, Klaus; Schaefer, Katrin (Department of Anthropology, University of Vienna, Wien, Austria / Österreich)

2 - The Wind in the Bamboo: Indigenous People Historically defined as “Negrito” Survive in Asia
Author(s): Mirante, Edith(Project Maje, USA)

3 - "FORWARD TO THE PAST" - MULTIMODALITY OF TEMPORAL MARKING IN EASTERN KHANTY
Author(s): Filchenko, Andrey (Tomsk State Pedagogical University, Tomsk, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd. / Nazarbaev University, Kazakhstan)

4 - Japanese Jomon Hunter-Gatheres' Subsistence and Society: Chronological shifts in subsistence strategies on the basis of local characteristics of north Tohoku area
Author(s): Hosoya, Leo Aoi (Ochanomizu University, Tokyo, Japan); Nakamura, Oki (Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan); Seguchi, Shinji (Shiga Prefectural Association, Shiga, Japan); Shibutani, Ayako (National Museum of Japanese History, Chiba, Japan)

5 (beginning of 2nd slot)- Food-sharing traditions of Chenchus, India. An attempt to measure equality.
Author(s): Ivanov, Alexey (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russian Fed. / Rus Föd.)

6 - Orang Rimba of Jambi
Author(s): Prasetijo, Adi (ICSD & KKI WARSI, Jakarta, Indonesia / Indonesien)

7 - Culture-sensitivity in linguistic and anthropological research on HG societies
Author(s): Lukas, Helmut (Institut für Kultur- und Sozialanthropologie, , Austria / Österreich); Chindaritha, Pacchira (Thailand)

8 - The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Struggles and Chances
Author(s): Groh, Arnold (Structural Analysis of Cultural Systems, Berlin, Germany / Deutschland)

9 - The Deceitful Hunter-Gatherer anthropological category

***CANCELLED*** Addressing Discrimination in Access to Healthcare for Hunter-Gatherers: the model of Projet Bwanga
Author(s): Lewis, Ingrid (Projet Bwanga, London, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

***CANCELLED***  Hope, Despair, and Development: How the Displaced San of the Central Kalahari Game Reserve Conceptualize Their Future
Author(s): Redvers-Lee, Peter (University of Botswana, Gaborone, Botswana)

***CANCELLED***  Modern Lessons in Reinterpreting, Reappropriating and Understanding Hunter Gatherer Studies
Author(s): Smith, Larissa (University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, USA)

***CANCELLED*** Change and continuity in Lacquer Gathering and Forest Management in Northern Japan
Author(s): Oishi, Takanori (Research Institute for Humanity and Nature, Kyoto, Japan)

***CANCELLED*** Hunter-gatherers, animism and microbial ecologies
Author(s): Giraldo H., César E. (Biosocial Relations and Hierarchies / Department of Anthropology / University of Iceland, Crawley, Iceland / Island)

***CANCELLED*** - Images of the wildman ten years on: relations between hunter-gatherers and cultivators as a possible basis for 'wildman' images in Southeast Asia
Author(s): Forth, Gregory (Department of Anthropology, Edmonton, Alberta, Austria / Österreich)

***CANCELLED*** Warao thoughts, practices and damage: changes, losses and persistence
Author(s): Nava, Jenny (Centro de Antropología. IVIC, Caracas, Venezuela)

***CANCELLED*** HUNTERS AND GATHERERS OR BUSINESSMEN?
Author(s): Argounova-Low, Tatiana (Department of Anthropology / University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, Un. Kingdom / Ver Königr.)

 


52. Hunter-gatherers in a changing world

room: C1 | Thursday, September 10th, 2015 | Slot 12, 10:00 - 12:30

CANCELLATION - Our souls are worried': Socio-ecological vulnerabilities and cultural resilience among the Chabu forager-farmers in Ethiopia
Author(s): Jilo Dira, Samuel (Washington State University, Washington, USA); Hewlett, Barry S. (Washington State University, Washington, USA)

1 - Sharing by a Contemporary Hunter-gatherer Group in a Context of Rural Development in East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Author(s): Napitupulu, Lucentezza (Institut de Ciència Tecnología Ambientals (ICTA) Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), Cerdanyola del Vallès-Barcelona, Spain / Spanien)

2 - How does social change influence Local Ecological Knowledge acquisition? A case study among the Baka from southeastern Cameroon
Author(s): Gallois, Sandrine (ICTA-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Barcelona, Spain / Spanien); Duda, Romain (ICTA-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle, Barcelona, Spain / Spanien)

3 - Corporal movement and political movement - via video presentation
Author(s): Weig, Dörte (Institute of Cultural and Social Anthropology, University of Cologne, Cologne, Germany / Deutschland)

4 - Contemporary hunter-gatherers: do we need a new definition?
Author(s): Pyhälä, Aili (ICTA-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and University of Helsinki, Barcelona, Spain / Spanien); Reyes-García, Victoria (ICREA and ICTA-Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain / Spanien)


Postersession

room: at coffeebreak | Wednesday, September 9th, 2015 | during coffee breaks, 10:30 - 11:00 / 15:00 - 15:30

Experimental ethnoarchaeology
Author(s): Carracedo-Recasens, Robert (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien); Garcia-Piquer, Albert (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain / Spanien)

Sergei Bogojavlensky's Field Materials on Angunniaqtuat- and Mauqsatuat Hunting among the Bering Strait Eskimos
Author(s): Lobanova, Elena (Independent Researcher, Anchorage AK, USA)

Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in Moravia as raw material supply change
Author(s): Moník, Martin (Palacky University, Department of Geology, Olomouc, Czech Rep./Tschech. Rep.); Hadraba, Hynek (Institute of Physics and Materials, Brno, Czech Rep./Tschech. Rep.)

Recognition and citizenship of the Pygmies of the rainforest of Cameroon
Author(s): Patrice, BIGOMBE LOGO (GRAPS/University of Yaounde II, Yaounde, Cameroon / Kamerun)

Cooperative Infant Care among the Baka Hunter-Gatherers
Author(s): Ito, Saori (Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan); Yamauchi, Taro (Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan)

Collective Hunting of Camelids and Pastoralism in the Peruvian Andes
Author(s): Inamura, Tetsuya (The Open University of Japan, Chiba-shi, Austria / Österreich)

Sharing experience and building intimacy: Scarification culture and mobile life among the Baka women in southeastern Cameroon
Author(s): Peng, Yujie (Kyoto University, Graduate School of Asian and African Area Studies, Kyoto, Japan)

Food security in Bwabwata National Park: Khwe San stories and perceptions
Author(s): Heim, Anita (University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland / Finnland)

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