Chris John Stevens
Chris John Stevens
Institute of Archaeology
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Convergent evolution and parallelism in plant domestication revealed by an expanding archaeological record
DQ Fuller, T Denham, M Arroyo-Kalin, L Lucas, CJ Stevens, L Qin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (17), 6147-6152, 2014
Domestication as innovation: the entanglement of techniques, technology and chance in the domestication of cereal crops
DQ Fuller, RG Allaby, C Stevens
World archaeology 42 (1), 13-28, 2010
Between China and South Asia: A Middle Asian corridor of crop dispersal and agricultural innovation in the Bronze Age
CJ Stevens, C Murphy, R Roberts, L Lucas, F Silva, DQ Fuller
The Holocene 26 (10), 1541-1555, 2016
Holocene fluctuations in human population demonstrate repeated links to food production and climate
A Bevan, S Colledge, D Fuller, R Fyfe, S Shennan, C Stevens
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (49), E10524-E10531, 2017
Did Neolithic farming fail? The case for a Bronze Age agricultural revolution in the British Isles
CJ Stevens, DQ Fuller
Antiquity 86 (333), 707-722, 2012
Routine activities, tertiary refuse and labor organization: social inferences from everyday archaeobotany
DQ Fuller, C Stevens, M McClatchie
Ancient plants and people: Contemporary trends in archaeobotany, 174-217, 2014
An investigation of agricultural consumption and production models for prehistoric and Roman Britain
CJ Stevens
Environmental Archaeology 8 (1), 61-76, 2003
Modelling the geographical origin of rice cultivation in Asia using the rice archaeological database
F Silva, CJ Stevens, A Weisskopf, C Castillo, L Qin, A Bevan, DQ Fuller
PloS one 10 (9), e0137024, 2015
Between domestication and civilization: the role of agriculture and arboriculture in the emergence of the first urban societies
DQ Fuller, CJ Stevens
Vegetation History and Archaeobotany 28, 263-282, 2019
Environmental archaeology: approaches, techniques and applications
K Wilkinson, C Stevens
Evidence for sorghum domestication in fourth millennium BC eastern Sudan: Spikelet morphology from ceramic impressions of the Butana Group
F Winchell, CJ Stevens, C Murphy, L Champion, DQ Fuller
Current Anthropology 58 (5), 673-683, 2017
The spread of agriculture in Eastern Asia: Archaeological bases for hypothetical farmer/language dispersals
CJ Stevens, DQ Fuller
Language Dynamics and Change 7 (2), 152-186, 2017
Geographic mosaics and changing rates of cereal domestication
RG Allaby, C Stevens, L Lucas, O Maeda, DQ Fuller
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 372 …, 2017
Agriculture and the development of complex societies: an archaeobotanical agenda
DQ Fuller, CJ Stevens
From foragers to farmers: papers in honour of Gordon C. Hillman, 37-57, 2009
A domestication history of dynamic adaptation and genomic deterioration in Sorghum
O Smith, WV Nicholson, L Kistler, E Mace, A Clapham, P Rose, C Stevens, ...
Nature plants 5 (4), 369-379, 2019
The Evolutionary History of Wild, Domesticated, and Feral Brassica oleracea (Brassicaceae)
Molecular Biology and Evolution 38 (10), 4419-4434, 2021
On the origins and dissemination of domesticated sorghum and pearl millet across Africa and into India: a view from the Butana Group of the Far Eastern Sahel
F Winchell, M Brass, A Manzo, A Beldados, V Perna, C Murphy, ...
African Archaeological Review 35, 483-505, 2018
Sorghum domestication and diversification: a current archaeobotanical perspective
DQ Fuller, CJ Stevens
Plants and people in the African past: Progress in African archaeobotany …, 2018
Early agriculture at the crossroads of China and Southeast Asia: Archaeobotanical evidence and radiocarbon dates from Baiyangcun, Yunnan
R Dal Martello, R Min, C Stevens, C Higham, T Higham, L Qin, DQ Fuller
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 20, 711-721, 2018
Evolving the Anthropocene: linking multi-level selection with long-term social–ecological change
EC Ellis, NR Magliocca, CJ Stevens, DQ Fuller
Sustainability Science 13, 119-128, 2018
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