BIBLIOGRAPHIE DE L'ARCHÉOLOGIE DE L'AFRIQUE CENTRALE -:- BIBLIOGRAPHY ON CENTRAL AFRICA'S ARCHAEOLOGY

NOUVEAUTÉS / NEW PUBLICATIONS: 2020-2021


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2021:

- BLEASDALE (M.), RICHTER (K.K.), JANZEN (A.), BROWN (S.), SCOTT (A.), ZECH (J.), WILKIN (S.), WANG (K.), SCHIFFELS (S.), DESIDERI (J.), BESSE (M.), REINOLD (J.), SAAD (M.), BABIKER (H.), POWER (R.C.), NDIEMA (E.), OGOLA (C.), MANTHI (F.K.), ZAHIR (M.), PETRAGLIA (M.), TRACHSEL (C.), NANNI (P.), GROSSMANN (J.), HENDY (J.), CROWTHER (A.), ROBERTS (P.), GOLDSTEIN (S.T.) & BOIVIN (N.), 2021, Ancient proteins provide evidence of dairy consumption in eastern Africa, Nature Communications, 12 (1). [Region]

- CLIST (B.), 2021 (forthcoming), West-Central African diversity from the Stone Age to the Iron Age, continuities and transitions during the Late Pleistocene and the Holocene, In SCHLEBUSCH (C.), FORTES-LIMA (C.) & MTETWA (E.) eds. Africa, the cradle of human diversity. Joining cultural and biological approaches to uncover African diversity (Acts of the International meeting, Uppsala University, 22-25 May 2019), Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden.

- CLIST (B.) & de MARET (P.), 2021, The Carboneras Beach archaeological site on Bioko Island (Equatorial Guinea) : old data and new stories about a unique culture, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 56. Published online: 18 Jan 2021 [Equatorial Guinea]

- de MATOS (G.), MARTINS (A.C.), SENNA-MARTINEZ (J.C.), PINTO (I.), GODINHO COELHO (A.), SANTOS FERREIRA (S.) & OOSTERBEEK (L.), 2021, Review of Archaeological Research in Angola, African Archaeological Review, 37, 4. Published online: 8 February 2021. [Angola]

- DOMINGOS (Z.), 2021, La gestion durable du site archéologique de Tchitundu-Hulu d'Angola et le développement local, in HEIMLICH (G.) Coord., Art rupestre et patrimoine mondial en Afrique subsaharienne, Hémisphères éditions, Collection Patrimoines africains, Paris, pp.185-207. [Angola]

- HEIMLICH (G.) Coord., 2021, Art rupestre et patrimoine mondial en Afrique subsaharienne, Hémisphères éditions, Collection Patrimoines africains, Paris.

- HEIMLICH (G.), MAMBU NSANGATHI (C.), BAKUA-LUFU BADIBANGA (P.), RICHARDIN (P.), LAVAL (E.), PONS-BRANCHU (E.), VALLADAS (H.), YOGOLELO (J.), MUTOMBO MASUTA (A.) & LE QUELLEC (J.-L.), 2021, Le massif de Lovo: quels enjeux et quels défis ?, in HEIMLICH (G.) Coord., Art rupestre et patrimoine mondial en Afrique subsaharienne, Hémisphères éditions, Collection Patrimoines africains, Paris, pp.165-184. [DRC]

- LÉZINE (A.-M.), IZUMI (K.) & ACHOUNDONG (G.), 2021, Mbi Crater (Cameroon) illustrates the relations between mountain and lowland forests over the past 15,000 years in western equatorial Africa, Quaternary International, Available online 13 December 2020. [Cameroon & Paleo]

- LUPO (K.D.), SCHMITT (D.N.), NDANGA (J-P.), NGUEREDE (L.P.), AMAYE (G.T.), LIVINGSTONE SMITH (A.), EDWARDS (N.M.), POWER (R.C.), YOUNG (D.C.) & NPO (F.), 2021, Hunter-gatherers on the basin's edge: a preliminary look at Holocene human occupation of Nangara-Komba Shelter, Central African Republic, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 56. Published online: 13 Jan 2021 [CAR]

- MORRISON (K.D.) et. al., 2021, Mapping past human land use using archaeological data: A new classification for global land use synthesis and data harmonization, PLOSOne, Published: April 14, 2021 - https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0246662. [Region]

- RÉJOU-MÉCHAIN (M.), MORTIER (F.), BASTIN (J.-F.), CORNU (G.), BARBIER (N.), BAYO (N.), BÉNÉDET (F.), BRY (X.), DAUBY (G.), DEBLAUWE (V.), DOUCET (J.-L.), DOUMENGE (C.), FAYOLLE (A.), GARCIA (C.), KIBAMBE (J.-P.), LOUMETO (J.-J.), NGOMANDA (A.), PLOTON (P.), SONKÉ (B.), TROTTIER (C.), VIMAL (R.), YONGO (O.), PÉLISSIER (R.), & GOURLET-FLEURY (S.), 2021, Unveiling African rainforest composition and vulnerability to global change, Nature, 21 avril 2021. DOI : 10.1038/s41586-021-03483-6. [Region]

- SCERRI (E.), NIANG (K.), CANDY (I.), BLINKHORN (J.), MILLS (W.), CERASONI (J.N.), BATEMAN (M.D.), CROWTHER (A.) & GROUCUTT H.S.), 2021, Continuity of the Middle Stone Age into the Holocene, Nature research, Scientific Reports, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-79418-4

- SEIDENSTICKER (D.), HUBAU (W.), VERSCHUREN (D.), FORTES-LIMA (C.), de MARET (P.), SCHLEBUSCH (C.M.) & BOSTOEN (K.), 2021, Population collapse in Congo rainforest from 400 CE urges reassessment of the Bantu Expansion, Science Advances, Published online: 12 February 2021, Vol. 7, no. 7. [Region]

   > GIRESSE (P.), MALEY (J.) & CHEPSTOW-LUSTY, 2021, Saving 1,000 years of African history : there is no evidence of a population collapse in Congo rainforest from 400 to 600 CE - Paleoenvironment, Paleoclimate, Science Advances, Published online May 13, 2021. [Region]

   > CLIST (B.), DENBOW (J.), GIRESSE (P.), JESUS (M.), LANFRANCHI (R.), MALEY (J.) & MBIDA MINDZIÉ (C.), 2021, Saving 1,000 years of African history : there is no evidence of a population collapse in Congo rainforest from 400 to 600 CE - 1. The radiocarbon dates, Science Advances, Published online May 13, 2021. [Region]

   > CLIST (B.), DENBOW (J.), JESUS (M.), LANFRANCHI (R.) & MBIDA MINDZIÉ (C.), 2021, Saving 1,000 years of African history : there is no evidence of a population collapse in Congo rainforest from 400 to 600 CE - 2. The pottery styles, Science Advances, Published online May 13, 2021. [Region]

   > SEIDENSTICKER (D.), HUBAU (W.), VERSCHUREN (D.), FORTES-LIMA (C.), de MARET (P.), SCHLEBUSCH (C.M.) & BOSTOEN (K.), 2021, RE: Clist et al.: Saving 1,000 years of African history : there is no evidence of a population collapse in Congo rainforest from 400 to 600 CE - 1. The radiocarbon dates, Science Advances, Published online May 13, 2021. [Region]

   > SEIDENSTICKER (D.), HUBAU (W.), VERSCHUREN (D.), FORTES-LIMA (C.), de MARET (P.), SCHLEBUSCH (C.M.) & BOSTOEN (K.), 2021, RE: Clist et al.: Saving 1,000 years of African history: there is no evidence of a population collapse in Congo rainforest from 400 to 600 CE - 2. The pottery styles, Science Advances, Published online May 13, 2021. [Region]

   > SEIDENSTICKER (D.), HUBAU (W.), VERSCHUREN (D.), FORTES-LIMA (C.), de MARET (P.), SCHLEBUSCH (C.M.) & BOSTOEN (K.), 2021, RE: Giresse et al.: Saving 1,000 years of African history : there is no evidence of a population collapse in Congo rainforest from 400 to 600 CE - Paleoenvironment, Paleoclimate, Science Advances, Published online May 13, 2021. [Region]

- TCHANDEU (N.S.), SAMBO (H.), EVINA (R.) & DADA BAH (F.A.), 2021, Les pétroglyphes de Bidzar au Cameroun: état critique de la recherche, patrimonialisation, in HEIMLICH (G.) Coord., Art rupestre et patrimoine mondial en Afrique subsaharienne, Hémisphères éditions, Collection Patrimoines africains, Paris, pp.141-164. [Cameroon]

- TURBON (D.), REBATO (E.) & SALICRU (M.), 2021, Phenotypic diversity and history of the Congo Basin populations: Equatorial Guinea, Bantu Speaking Central Africans and African Pygmies, Annals of Human Biology, https://doi.org/10.1080/03014460.2021.1909136. [Region]

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2020:

- ALMEIDA (M.), 2020, Slave sacrifices in the Upemba Depression? Reinterpreting Classic Kisalian graves in the light of new linguistic evidence, Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, 55, 4, pp.421-438. Published online: 03 Dec 2020 [DRC]

- ARAZI (N.), BIGOHE (S.), MULUMBWA LUNA (O.), MAMBU (C.), MATONDA (I.), SENGA (G.) & LIVINGSTONE SMITH (A.), 2020, History, archaeology and memory of the Swahili-Arab in the Maniema, Democratic Republic of Congo, Antiquity, 94 (375), pp. 1-7. [DRC]

- ASTI (C.), POLET (C.), KHAROBI (A.), COURTAUD (P.) & CLIST (B.), 2018 (2020), Les sépultures du XVII-XVIIIème siècles fouillées en 1938 à Ngongo Mbata, (République Démocratique du Congo) : recrutement et état sanitaire", Anthropologica et Praehistorica, 129, pp.103-126. [DRC]

- BLEASDALE (M.), WOTZKA (H.-P.), EICHHORN (B.), MERCADER (J.), STYRING (A.), ZECH (J.), SOTO (M.), INWOOD (J.), CLARKE (S.), MARZO (S.), FIEDLER (B.), LINSEELE (V.), BOIVIN (N.) & ROBERTS (P.), 2020, Isotopic and microbotanical insights into Iron Age agricultural reliance in the Central African rainforest, Communications Biology, 3, 619. Published: 27 October 2020 [DRC & Region]

- CLIST (B.), 2020, Guinea Ecuatorial: más de 40.000 años de Historia reveladas por la arqueología, L'Harmattan, Paris. pdf here [Equatorial Guinea]

- COSTA (M.), BARRULAS (P.), DIAS (L.), LOPES (M.), BARREIRA (J.), CLIST (B.), KARKLINS (K.), JESUS (M.), DOMINGOS (S.), MOENS (L.), VANDENABEELE (P.) & MIRÃ0 (J.), 2020, Determining the provenance of the European glass beads of Lumbu (Mbanza Kongo, Angola), Microchemical Journal, 154, available online 16 December 2019. [Angola, DRC]

- de MARET (P.), 2020, Upemba archaeology, Luba ethnography, and vice versa, In: WHITLEY (D.S.), LOUBSER (J.H.N.) & WHITELAW (G.) (eds), Cognitive Archaeology. Mind, Ethnography, and the Past in South Africa and Beyond, Londres & New York : Routledge, pp. 224-246. [DRC]

- de SAULIEU (G.), 2020, Dérive équatoriale : Les Equatoriales : l'archéologie des civilisations d'Afrique centrale et d'Amérique du Sud au crible de l'anthropologie sociale, Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2 volumes, Paris. [Region]

- DESJARDINS (T.), TURCQ (B.), LÉZINE (A.-M.), NGUETNKAM (J.P.), MANDENG-YOGO (M.), CETIN (F.) & ACHOUNDONG (G.), 2020, The origin of the forest-grassland mosaic of central Cameroon: What we learn from the isotopic geochemistry of soil organic matter, The Holocene, First Published Online 10 Jun 2020. [Paleo, Cameroon, Region]

- GIRESSE (P.), MALEY (J.) & CHEPSTOW-LUSTY (A.), 2020, Understanding the 2500 yr BP rainforest crisis in West and Central Africa in the framework of the Late Holocene: Pluridisciplinary analysis and multiarchive reconstruction, Global and Planetary Change, 192, xxx. [Paleo, Region]

- HEIMLICH (G.), 2020, Lovo, sur les traces du royaume Kongo, exhibition booklet: free download here. [DRC]

- HEIMLICH (G.), 2020, Online exhibition on the Lovo rock art: here. In French and Lingala. [DRC]

- HOLL (A.), 2020, The origins of African metallurgies, Oxford Research Encyclopedia: Anthropology, Published online, https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190854584.013.63. [Region]

- LIPSON (M.), RIBOT (I.), MALLICK (S.), ROHLAND (N.), OLALDE (I.), ADAMSKI (N.), BROOMANDKHOSHBACHT (N.), , LAWSON (A.M.), LÓPEZ (S.), OPPENHEIMER (J.), STEWARDSON (K.), ASOMBANG (R.), Hervé BOCHERENS (H.), BRADMAN (N.), CULLETON (B.J.), CORNELISSEN (E.), CREVECOEUR (I.), de MARET (P.), FOMINE (F.L.M.), LAVACHERY (Ph.), MBIDA (Ch.), ORBAN (R.), SAWCHUK (E.), SEMAL (P.), THOMAS (M.G.), VAN NEER (W.), VEERAMAH (K.R.), KENNETT (D.J.), PATTERSON (N.), HELLENTHAL (G.), LALUEZA-FOX (C.), MACEACHERN (S.), PRENDERGAST (M.E.), & REICH (D.), 2020, Ancient West African foragers in the context of African population history, Nature, 577, 665-670 [Region, Cameroon]

- MESFIN (I.), LEPLONGEON (A.), PLEURDEAU (D.), & BOREL (A.), 2020, Using morphometrics to reappraise old collections: The study case of the Congo Basin Middle Stone Age bifacial industry, Journal of Lithic Studies, 7, 1. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2218/jls.4329

- PHELPS (L.N.), CHEVALIER (M.), SHANAHAN (T.M.), ALEMAN (J.C.), COURTNEY-MUSTAPHI (C.), KIAHTIPES (C.A.), BROENNIMANN (O.), MARCHANT (R.), SHEKEINE (J.), QUICK (L.J.), DAVIS (B.A.S.), GUISAN (A.) & MANNING (K.), 2020, Asymmetric response of forest and grassy biomes to climate variability across the African Humid Period: influenced by anthropogenic disturbance?, Ecography, 43, pp.1-26. [Paleo, Region]

- PFEIFFER (S.), 2020, Disease as a Factor in the African Archaeological Record, African Archaeological Review, 37, pp. 487–490. [Region].

- PICORNELL GELABERT (L.), 2020, The ethnoarchaeology of firewood procurement and consumption among the Benga people of the island of Mandji (Corisco, Equatorial Guinea, Central Africa), Journal of Archaeological Science, October, doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2020.102591 [Equatorial Guinea & Region]

- RODRIGUES (L.), SPRAFKE (T.), BOKATOLA MOYIKOLA (C.), BARTHÈS (B.G.), BERTRAND (I.), COMPTOUR (M.), ROSTAIN (S.), YOKA (J.) & MCKEY (D.), 2020, A Congo Basin ethnographic analogue of pre.Columbian Amazonian raised fields shows the ephemeral legacy of organic matter management, Scientific Reports, 10, Published: 02 July 2020. [Congo, Region]

- SANCHEZ-MAZAS (A.) & MAYOR (A.), 2018 (2020), Peopling history of Africa: a multidisciplinary perspective, Bulletin der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Anthropologie / Bulletin de la Société Suisse d'Anthropologie, 24 (1), pp. 81–84. [Region]

- STEPHENS (J.), KILLICK (D.), WILMSEN (E.), DENBOW (J.) & MILLER (D.), 2020, Lead isotopes link copper artefacts from northwestern Botswana to the Copperbelt of Katanga Province, Congo, Journal of Archaeological Science, 117, available online 3 March 2020. [DRC]

- TSHIBAMBA MUKENDI (J.), HUBAU (W.), MENIKO TO HULU (J.P.P.), NTAHOBAVUKA (H.), BOYEMBA BOSELA (F.), BEECKMAN (H.) & DE CANNIERE (C.), 2020, Perspectives de reconstitution historique de la flore de la réserve forestière de Yoko à travers l'analyse de l'anthracomasse de ses sols, in BOGAERT (J.), BEECKMAN (H.), DE CANNIERE (C.), DEFOURNY (P.) & PONETTE (Q.) eds., Les forêts de la Tshopo : écologie, histoire et composition. Gembloux, Belgique : Presses Universitaires de Liège – Agronomie-Gembloux, pp. 117-130. (mention of 10 'associated' pottery sherds, all more recent than 1235 bp and 115 bp, pp. 121-124) [DRC]

- TSHIBAMBA MUKENDI (J.), HUBAU (W.), NTAHOBAVUKA (H.), BOYEMBA BOSELA (F.), DE CANNIERE (C.) & BEECKMAN (H.), 2020, L'approche pédoanthracologique pour la mise en évidence d'indices de perturbation, cas des forêts de la région de Kisangani, in BOGAERT (J.), BEECKMAN (H.), DE CANNIERE (C.), DEFOURNY (P.) & PONETTE (Q.) eds., Les forêts de la Tshopo : écologie, histoire et composition. Gembloux, Belgique : Presses Universitaires de Liège – Agronomie-Gembloux, pp. 91-100. (mention of a few potsherds found in anthracological pits) [DRC]

- TSHIBAMBA MUKENDI (J.), HUBAU (W.), NTAHOBAVUKA (H.), BOYEMBA BOSELA (F.), DE CANNIERE (C.) & BEECKMAN (H.), 2020, Dynamique de la végétation ligneuse de la réserve forestière de Yoko au cours des deux derniers millénaires, in , in BOGAERT (J.), BEECKMAN (H.), DE CANNIERE (C.), DEFOURNY (P.) & PONETTE (Q.) eds., Les forêts de la Tshopo : écologie, histoire et composition. Gembloux, Belgique : Presses Universitaires de Liège – Agronomie-Gembloux, pp. 151-172. [DRC]

- VLEMINCKX (J.), BAUMAN (D.), DEMANET (M.), HARDY (O.J.), DOUCET (J.-Cl.) & DROUET (Th.), 2020, Past human disturbances and soil fertility both influence the distribution of light-demanding tree species in a Central African tropical forest, Journal of Vegetation Science, 2020;00:1–14. https://doi.org/10.1111/jvs.12861. [Region & Paleo]

- WANG (K.), GOLDSTEIN (S.), BLEASDALE (M.), CLIST (B.), BOSTOEN (K.), BAKWA-LUFU (P.), BUCK (L.T.), CROWTHER (A.), DÈME (A.), MCINTOSH (R.J.), MERCADER (J.), OGOLA (C.), POWER (R.), SAWCHUK (E.), ROBERTSHAW (P.), WILMSEN (E.N.), PETRAGLIA (M.), NDIEMA (E.), MANTHI (F.K.), KRAUSE (J.), ROBERTS (P.), BOIVIN (N.) & SCHIFFELS (S.), 2020, Ancient genomes reveal complex patterns of population movement, interaction and integration in sub Saharan Africa, Science Advances, 6 (24), 10 June 2020. [Region, Genes]

- ZANGATO (E.), 2020, Dynamique des sociétés de la préhistoire récente dans les marges forestières de l’Afrique centrale : extrémité est de l’Adamaoua, Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, Université de Nanterre, Paris. [Cameroon, CAR]

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