Jennifer C French
Jennifer C French
Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow, UCL Institute of Archaeology
Verified email at ucl.ac.uk
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Tenfold population increase in western europe at the neandertal–to–modern human transition
P Mellars, JC French
Science 333 (6042), 623-627, 2011
1852011
Demography and the Palaeolithic archaeological record
JC French
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 23 (1), 150-199, 2016
422016
Upper Palaeolithic population histories of Southwestern France: a comparison of the demographic signatures of 14C date distributions and archaeological site counts
JC French, C Collins
Journal of Archaeological Science 55, 122-134, 2015
242015
The demography of the Upper Palaeolithic hunter–gatherers of Southwestern France: A multi-proxy approach using archaeological data
JC French
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 39, 193-209, 2015
102015
Population changes across the Neanderthal-to-modern-human transition in western France: a reply to Dogandžić and McPherron (2013)
P Mellars, JC French
Journal of human evolution 65 (3), 330-333, 2013
72013
Archaeological demography as a tool for the study of women and gender in the past
JC French
Cambridge Archaeological Journal 29 (1), 141-157, 2019
42019
Populating the Palaeolithic: a palaeodemographic analysis of Upper Palaeolithic hunter-gatherer populations in Southwestern France
JC French
University of Cambridge, 2013
22013
The use of ethnographic data in Neanderthal archaeological research: Recent trends and their interpretative implications
JC French
Hunter Gatherer Research 4 (1), 25-49, 2019
2019
The Palaeolithic archaeological record and the materiality of imagination: a Response to J. Wentzel van Huyssteen
JC French
PressBooks, 2018
2018
Double Standards and 'Boundary Bias' at the European Middle-to-Upper Palaeolithic Transition? An Examination of the Treatment of Evidence for Palaeolithic Habitation Structures
JC FRENCH
Archaeological review from Cambridge 25 (2), 9-28, 2010
2010
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