Publications

2019

Doering, B. 2019. Evaluating the Effects of Fermentation on the Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Values in Chinook Salmon. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports 23C: 626–633.

2018

Stewart, B.A., Mitchell, P.J. 2018. Late Quaternary palaeoclimates and human-environment dynamics of the Maloti-Drakensberg region, southern Africa. Quaternary Science Reviews 196: 1–20.

Stewart, B.A., Mitchell, P.J. 2018. Beyond the shadow of a desert: aquatic resource intensification on the roof of southern Africa. In: Lemke, A., (Ed.), Foraging in the Past: Archaeological Studies of Hunter-Gatherer Diversity, pp. 159–208. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

Roberts, P., Stewart, B.A. 2018. Defining the ‘generalist-specialist’ niche for Pleistocene Homo sapiens. Nature Human Behavior 2: 542–550.

Pargeter, J., Loftus, E., Mackay, A., Mitchell, P.J., Stewart, B.A. 2018. New ages from Boomplaas Cave, South Africa, provide increased resolution on late/terminal Pleistocene human behavioural variability. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 53: 156–184.

2017

Dewar, G., Stewart, B.A. 2017.  Early maritime desert dwellers in Namaqualand, South Africa: a Holocene perspective on Pleistocene peopling.Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 12: 44–64.

Doering, B. 2017. Measuring the potential influence of cooking on the C and N isotopic composition of spawning chinook salmon. Journal of Archaeological Science Reports 12: 491–498.

2016

Stewart, B.A., Jones, S. 2016. Africa from MIS 6–2: the florescence of modern humans. In: Jones, S., Stewart, B.A. (Eds.),Africa from MIS 6-2: Population Dynamics and Paleoenvironments, pp. 1–20. Springer, Dordrecht.

Dewar, G.I., Stewart, B.A. 2016. Paleoenvironments, sea levels and land use in Namaqualand, South Africa, during MIS 6–2. In: Jones, S., Stewart, B.A., (Eds.),Africa from MIS 6–2: Population Dynamics and Paleoenvironments, pp. 195-212. Springer, Dordrecht.

Stewart, B.A., Parker, A.G., Dewar, G.I., Morley, M., Allott, L. 2016. Follow the Senqu: Maloti-Drakensberg paleoenvironments and implications for early human dispersals into mountain systems. In:Jones, S., Stewart, B.A. (Eds.),Africa from MIS 6–2: Population Dynamics and Paleoenvironments, pp. 247–271. Springer, Dordrecht.

Jones S., Stewart, B.A. 2016. Africa from MIS 6–2: Population Dynamics and Paleoenvironments. Springer, Dordrecht.

Pargeter, J., Mackay, A. Mitchell, P., Shea, J., Stewart, B.A. 2016. Primordialism and the ‘Pleistocene San’ of southern Africa. Antiquity 90: 1072–1079.

Pargeter, J., Mackay, A. Mitchell, P., Shea, J., Stewart, B.A. 2016. Primordialism and the ‘Pleistocene San’ of southern Africa: a final reply. Antiquity 90: 1087–1089.

2015

Loftus, E., Stewart, B.A., Dewar, G., Lee-Thorp, J. 2015. Stable isotope evidence of MIS 3 to middle Holocene palaeoenvironments from Sehonghong, eastern Lesotho. Journal of Quaternary Science 30: 805–816.

2014

Marks, S.J., Montinaro, F., Levy, H., Brisighelli, F., Ferri, G., Bertoncini, S., Batini, C., Busby, G.B.J., Arthur, C., Mitchell, P., Stewart, B.A., Oosthuizen, O., Oosthuizen, E., D’Amato, M.E., Davison, S., Pascali, V., Capelli, C. 2014. Static and moving frontiers: the genetic landscape of southern African Bantu-speaking populations. Molecular Biology and Evolution 32: 29–43.

Mackay, A., Stewart, B.A., Chase, B.M. 2014. Coalescence and fragmentation in the late Pleistocene archaeology of southernmost Africa. Journal of Human Evolution 72: 26–51.

2012

Stewart, B.A. 2012. The world’s earliest mountain folk? PAST 71: 10–11.

Stewart, B.A., Dewar, G.I., Morley, M., Inglis, R., Wheeler, M., Jacobs, Z., Roberts, R.G. 2012. Afromontane foragers of the Late Pleistocene: site formation, chronology and occupational pulsing at Melikane Rockshelter, Lesotho. Quaternary International 270: 40–60.

Dewar, G.I., Stewart, B.A. 2012. Preliminary results of excavations at Spitzkloof Rockshelter, Richtersveld, South Africa. Quaternary International 270: 30–39.

2011

Stewart, B.A., Parkington, J., Fisher, W., Jr. 2011. The tortoise and the ostrich egg: projecting the home base hypothesis into the 21stcentury. 2011. In: Sept, J., Pilbeam, D. (Eds.), Casting the Net Wide: Papers in Honor of Glynn Isaac and His Approach to Human Origins Research. American School of Prehistoric Research, Cambridge, Mass, pp. 254–278.

Stewart, B.A. 2011. ‘Residues of parts unchewable’: stages two and three of a multivariate taphonomic analysis of the Dunefield Midden bovid bones. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa46: 141–168.

2010

Stewart, B.A. 2010. Modifications on the bovid bone assemblage from Dunefield Midden, South Africa: stage one of a multivariate taphonomic analysis. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 45: 238–275.

Schultziner, D., Stevens, T., Stevens, M., Stewart, B.A., Hannagan, R.J., Saltini Semerari, G. 2010. The causes and scope of political egalitarianism during the Last Glacial: a multi-disciplinary perspective. Philosophy and Biology 25: 319–346.