Joseph V. Ferraro
Joseph V. Ferraro
Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Institute of Archaeology, Baylor University
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Earliest archaeological evidence of persistent hominin carnivory
JV Ferraro, TW Plummer, BL Pobiner, JS Oliver, LC Bishop, DR Braun, ...
PloS one 8 (4), e62174, 2013
Raw material quality and Oldowan hominin toolstone preferences: evidence from Kanjera South, Kenya
DR Braun, T Plummer, JV Ferraro, P Ditchfield, LC Bishop
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 (7), 1605-1614, 2009
Oldowan behavior and raw material transport: perspectives from the Kanjera Formation
DR Braun, T Plummer, P Ditchfield, JV Ferraro, D Maina, LC Bishop, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2329-2345, 2008
Oldest evidence of toolmaking hominins in a grassland-dominated ecosystem
TW Plummer, PW Ditchfield, LC Bishop, JD Kingston, JV Ferraro, ...
PLoS One 4 (9), e7199, 2009
Oldowan reduction sequences: methodological considerations
DR Braun, JC Tactikos, JV Ferraro, SL Arnow, JWK Harris
Journal of Archaeological Science 35 (8), 2153-2163, 2008
Flake recovery rates and inferences of Oldowan hominin behavior: a response to
DR Braun, JC Tactikos, JV Ferraro, JWK Harris
Journal of Human Evolution 48 (5), 525-531, 2005
Oldowan technology and raw material variability at Kanjera South
DR Braun, TW Plummer, PW Ditchfield, LC Bishop, JV Ferraro
Interdisciplinary approaches to the Oldowan, 99-110, 2009
Recent research into Oldowan hominin activities at Kanjera South, western Kenya
LC Bishop, TW Plummer, JV Ferraro, D Braun, PW Ditchfield, F Hertel, ...
African archaeological review 23, 31-40, 2006
The environmental context of Oldowan hominin activities at Kanjera South, Kenya
TW Plummer, LC Bishop, PW Ditchfield, JV Ferraro, JD Kingston, F Hertel, ...
Interdisciplinary approaches to the Oldowan, 149-160, 2009
Bovid ecomorphology and hominin paleoenvironments of the Shungura Formation, lower Omo River Valley, Ethiopia
TW Plummer, JV Ferraro, J Louys, F Hertel, Z Alemseged, R Bobe, ...
Journal of human evolution 88, 108-126, 2015
The Menengai Tuff: A 36 ka widespread tephra and its chronological relevance to Late Pleistocene human evolution in East Africa
N Blegen, FH Brown, BR Jicha, KM Binetti, JT Faith, JV Ferraro, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 152, 152-168, 2016
Partial cranium of Cercopithecoides kimeui Leakey, 1982 from Rawi Gully, southwestern Kenya
SR Frost, T Plummer, LC Bishop, P Ditchfield, J Ferraro, J Hicks
American Journal of Physical Anthropology: The Official Publication of the …, 2003
Contesting early archaeology in California
JV Ferraro, KM Binetti, LA Wiest, D Esker, LE Baker, SL Forman
Nature 554 (7691), E1-E2, 2018
Broken bones and shattered stones: on the foraging ecology of Oldowan hominins
JV Ferraro
University of California, Los Angeles, 2007
Archaeological inference and Oldowan behavior
DR Braun, JC Tactikos, JV Ferraro, JWK Harris
Journal of Human Evolution 51 (1), 106-108, 2006
Morphological characteristics of preparator air-scribe marks: Implications for taphonomic research
LA Wiest, JV Ferraro, KM Binetti, SL Forman, DA Esker, M Kibunjia, ...
PLoS One 13 (12), e0209330, 2018
Late Pliocene oldowan excavations at kanjera south, Kenya
T Plummer, J Ferraro, P Ditchfield, L Bishop, R Potts
Antiquity 75 (290), 809-810, 2001
A primer on Paleolithic technology
JV Ferraro
Nature Education Knowledge 4 (2), 9, 2012
Opinion: Integrating human activities, archaeology, and the paleo-Critical Zone paradigm
JV Ferraro, JA Hoggarth, D Zori, KM Binetti, GE Stinchcomb
Frontiers in Earth Science 6, 84, 2018
Oldowan technology at Kanjera South, Kenya: the context of technological diversity
DR Braun, T Plummer, JV Ferraro, L Bishop, P Ditchfield, R Potts, J Harris
PaleoAnthropology. A 23, 2005
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