Hublin, Jean-Jacques

The Evolution of Hominin Diets

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Table of contents

1. The Diets of Non-human Primates: Frugivory, Food Processing, and Food Sharing
Gottfried Hohmann

2. The Energetics of Encephalization in Early Hominids
J. Josh Snodgrass, William R. Leonard, Marcia L. Robertson

3. Meals Versus Snacks and the Human Dentition and Diet During the Paleolithic
Peter William Lucas, Zhongquan Sui, Kai Yang Ang, Hugh Tiang Wah Tan, Sheau Horng King, Brooke Sadler, Neeraja Peri

4. Modern Human Physiology with Respect to Evolutionary Adaptations that Relate to Diet in the Past
Staffan Lindeberg

5. Hunting and Hunting Weapons of the Lower and Middle Paleolithic of Europe
Paola Villa, Michel Lenoir

6. Neanderthal and Modern Human Diet in Eastern Europe
John F. Hoffecker

7. Hominin Subsistence Patterns During the Middle and Late Paleolithic in Northwestern Europe
Sabine Gaudzinski-Windheuser, Laura Niven

8. Late Pleistocene Subsistence Strategies and Resource Intensification in Africa
Teresa E. Steele, Richard G. Klein

9. Seasonal Patterns of Prey Acquisition and Inter-group Competition During the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of the Southern Caucasus
Daniel S. Adler, Guy Bar-Oz

10. Epipaleolithic Subsistence Intensification in the Southern Levant: The Faunal Evidence
Natalie Munro

11. Paleolithic Diet and the Division of Labor in Mediterranean Eurasia
Mary C. Stiner, Steven L. Kuhn

12. Moving North: Archaeobotanical Evidence for Plant Diet in Middle and Upper Paleolithic Europe
Martin Jones

13. Diet in Early Hominin Species: A Paleoenvironmental Perspective
Zeresenay Alemseged, René Bobe

14. The Impact of Projectile Weaponry on Late Pleistocene Hominin Evolution
John J. Shea

15. The Evolution of the Human Capacity for “Killing at a Distance”: The Human Fossil Evidence for the Evolution of Projectile
Steven E. Churchill, Jill A. Rhodes

16. An Energetics Perspective on the Neandertal Record
Katharine Macdonald, Wil Roebroeks, Alexander Verpoorte

17. δ13C Values Reflect Aspects of Primate Ecology in Addition to Diet
Margaret J. Schoeninger

18. Increased Dietary Breadth in Early Hominin Evolution: Revisiting Arguments and Evidence with a Focus on Biogeochemical Contributions
Matt Sponheimer, Darna L. Dufour

19. Neanderthal Dietary Habits: Review of the Isotopic Evidence
Hervé Bocherens

20. Stable Isotope Evidence for European Upper Paleolithic Human Diets
Michael P. Richards

Keywords: Social Sciences, general, Anthropology, Evolutionary Biology, Nutrition, Developmental Biology, Archaeology

Publication year
Vertebrate Paleobiology and Paleoanthropology
Page amount
278 pages

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