Further Reading

Following are the works cited by pacificanthropology.org. Download the full list (pdf.)

Moore, C. C. and A. K. Romney (1994). Material culture, geographic propinquity, and linguistic affiliation on the north coast of New Guinea: A reanalysis of Welsch, Terrell, and Nadolski (1992). American Anthropologist 96: 370-392.


Moore, C. C. and A. K. Romney (1995). Comment on Welsch and Terrell’s (1994) reply to Moore and Romney (1994). Journal of Quantitative Anthropology 5:75-84.


Moore, C. C. and A. K. Romney (1996). Will the “real” data please stand up? Reply to Welsch (1996). Journal of Quantitative Anthropology 6: 235-261.


Roberts, J. M., Jr., Moore, C. C. and A. K. Romney (1995). Predicting similarity in material culture among New Guinea villages from propinquity and language. Current Anthropology 36: 769-788.


Pope, Kevin M. and John Edward Terrell (2008). Environmental setting of human migrations in the Circum-Pacific region. Journal of Biogeography 35: 1-21.


Shennan, S. and M. Collard (2005). Investigating processes of cultural evolution on the North Coast of New Guinea with multivariate and cladistic analyses. In The Evolution of Cultural Diversity: A Phylogenetic Approach (Mace, R. et al., eds), pages 133-164. London: University College London Press.


John Edward Terrell and Esther M. Schechter (2007). Deciphering the Lapita code: The Aitape ceramic sequence and the late survival of the ‘Lapita face.’ Cambridge Archaeological Journal 17: 59-84.


John Edward Terrell (2009). Return to the entangled bank: Deciphering the Lapita cultural series, pp. 255-269. In: Sheppard, P. J., Thomas, T., and Summerhayes, G. R., eds., Lapita: Ancestors and Descendants. Monograph 28. New Zealand Archaeological Association, Auckland.


John Edward Terrell (2002). Tropical Agroforestry, Coastal Lagoons, and Holocene Prehistory in Greater Near Oceania. Monbusho International Symposium. In Shuji Yoshida and Peter J. Matthews (eds.), Vegeculture in Eastern Asia and Oceania, 195-216. JCAS Symposium Series No. 16. Osaka: Japan Centre for Area Studies.


John Edward Terrell (2006). Human biogeography: Evidence of our place in nature. Journal of Biogeography 33: 2088-2098.


John Edward Terrell (2008). Island Biogeography: Implications and applications for archaeology. In Handbook of Landscape Archaeology, Bruno David and Julian Thomas (eds.), pp. 141-148. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek.

John Edward Terrell, John P. Hart, Sibel Barut, Nicoletta Cellinese, Antonio Curet, Tim Denham, Chapurukha M. Kusimba, Kyle Latinis, Rahul Oka, Joel Palka, Mary E. D. Pohl, Kevin O. Pope, Patrick Ryan Williams, Helen Haines, and John E. Staller (2003). Domesticated landscapes: The subsistence ecology of plant and animal domestication. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 10: 323-368.


John Edward Terrell and John P. Hart (2008). Domesticated landscapes. In Handbook of Landscape Archaeology, edited by Bruno David and Julian Thomas, pp. 328-332. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek. John Edward Terrell (2004). Island models of reticulate evolution: The ‘ancient lagoons’ hypothesis. In Voyages of Discovery: The Archaeology of Islands, Scott Fitzpatrick (ed.), pp. 203-222. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press.

 

John Edward Terrell (2004). "Austronesia" and the great Austronesian migration. World Archaeology 36: 586-590. John Edward Terrell (2004). The "sleeping giant" hypothesis and New Guinea’s place in the prehistory of Greater Near Oceania. World Archaeology 36: 601-609.

 

John Edward Terrell (2006). Human biogeography: Evidence of our place in nature. Journal of Biogeography 33: 2088-2098.
 

John Edward Terrell (1991). Museums and Modern Life: "Mirror for Man" or "Door in the Wall"? Invited paper, Taonga Maori Conference, New Zealand, November 18-28, 1990. Pacific Arts 4: 8-13. John Edward Terrell (1991). We want our treasures back. In the Field (Bulletin of the Field Museum of Natural History) 62 (2): 14-15. John Edward Terrell (1993). We Want Our Treasures Back. Museums Journal 93 (3): 34- 36.
 

John Edward Terrell (1979). What is a curator? Field Museum of Natural History Bulletin 50(4): 16-17.
 

John Edward Terrell (1991). Disneyland and the future of museum anthropology. Invited commentary. American Anthropologist 93: 149-153.
 

Welsch, Robert L., and John Edward Terrell (1991). Continuity and change in economic relations along the Aitape coast of Papua New Guinea. Pacific Studies 14(4): 113-128.
 

Welsch, Robert L., and John Edward Terrell (1994). Reply to Moore and Romney. American Anthropologist 96: 392-396.
 

Welsch, Robert L., and John Edward Terrell (1998). Material culture, social fields, and social boundaries on the Sepik coast of New Guinea. In The Archaeology of Social Boundaries, Miriam T. Stark, ed., pp. 50-77. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press 6: 235-261.
 

Welsch, R. L., J. E. Terrell and J. A. Nadolski (1992). Language and culture on the north coast of New Guinea. American Anthropologist 94: 568-600.
 

Robert L. Welsch (1998). An American Anthropologist in Melanesia: A. B. Lewis and the Joseph N. Field Expedition, 1909-1913 (2 vols.). Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press.

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