Arlene Rosen
Arlene Rosen
Professor of Anthropology, University of Texas at Austin
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TitleCited byYear
Civilizing climate: social responses to climate change in the ancient Near East
AM Rosen
Rowman Altamira, 2007
Preliminary identification of silica skeletons from Near Eastern archaeological sites: an anatomical approach
AM Rosen
Phytolith systematics, 129-147, 1992
Cities of clay: the geoarcheology of tells
AM Rosen
Identifying ancient irrigation: a new method using opaline phytoliths from emmer wheat
AM Rosen, S Weiner
Journal of archaeological Science 21 (1), 125-132, 1994
The phytolith archaeological record: strengths and weaknesses evaluated based on a quantitative modern reference collection from Greece
G Tsartsidou, S Lev-Yadun, RM Albert, A Miller-Rosen, N Efstratiou, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 34 (8), 1262-1275, 2007
Human behavioral organization in the Middle Paleolithic: were Neanderthals different?
DO Henry, HJ Hietala, AM Rosen, YE Demidenko, VI Usik, TL Armagan
American Anthropologist 106 (1), 17-31, 2004
A contextual approach to the emergence of agriculture in Southwest Asia: reconstructing Early Neolithic plant-food production
E Asouti, DQ Fuller, G Barker, B Finlayson, R Matthews, H Fazeli Nashli, ...
Current Anthropology 54 (3), 000-000, 2013
Climate change, adaptive cycles, and the persistence of foraging economies during the late Pleistocene/Holocene transition in the Levant
AM Rosen, I Rivera-Collazo
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (10), 3640-3645, 2012
Settlement patterns and development of social complexity in the Yiluo region, north China
L Liu, X Chen, YK Lee, H Wright, A Rosen
Journal of Field Archaeology 29 (1-2), 75-100, 2004
Holocene climate, environment and cultural change in the circum-Mediterranean region
N Roberts, T Stevenson, B Davis, R Cheddadi, S Brewster, A Rosen
Past climate variability through Europe and Africa, 343-362, 2004
The social response to environmental change in Early Bronze Age Canaan
AM Rosen
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 14 (1), 26-44, 1995
Phytolith indicators of plant and land use at Çatalhöyük
AM Rosen
Inhabiting Çatalhöyük, reports from the 99, 203-212, 1995
Ancient town and city sites: a view from the microscope
AM Rosen
American Antiquity 54 (3), 564-578, 1989
Iron Age society and chronology in South-east Kazakhstan
C Chang, N Benecke, FP Grigoriev, AM Rosen, PA Tourtellotte
Antiquity 77 (296), 298-312, 2003
Diversity and complexity in early farming communities of southwest Asia: new insights into the economic and environmental basis of Neolithic Çatalhöyük
N Roberts, A Rosen
Current Anthropology 50 (3), 393-402, 2009
Early Holocene paleoenvironments of Israel
P Goldberg, AM Rosen
Shiqmim I, 23-33, 1987
Fire, climate and the origins of agriculture: micro‐charcoal records of biomass burning during the last glacial–interglacial transition in Southwest Asia
R Turner, N Roberts, WJ Eastwood, E Jenkins, A Rosen
Journal of Quaternary Science: Published for the Quaternary Research …, 2010
Earliest floral grave lining from 13,700–11,700-y-old Natufian burials at Raqefet Cave, Mt. Carmel, Israel
D Nadel, A Danin, RC Power, AM Rosen, F Bocquentin, A Tsatskin, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (29), 11774-11778, 2013
Palaeoenvironments and economy of Iron Age Saka-Wusun agro-pastoralists in southeastern Kazakhstan
AM Rosen, C Chang, FP Grigoriev
Antiquity 74 (285), 611-623, 2000
Les fouilles de Ain Mallaha (Eynan) de 2003 à 2005: Quatrième rapport préliminaire
F Valla, H Khalaily, H Valladas, E Kaltnecker, F Bocquentin, C Teresa, ...
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