University of Connecticut

Status: Public research university

Abbreviation: UConn

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Website http://uconn.edu/

Address Storrs, CT 06269, , Connecticut, United States,

Contact Person Susan Herbst (President ), ( )

Department Department of History

People

Daniel Adler Emma Gilligan Alex Brittingham Johan Jarl


Bibliography
Early Levallois Technology and the Transition from the Lower to Middle Palaeolithic in the Southern Caucasus
Ahead of the game: Middle and Upper Palaeolithic hunting behaviors in the southern Caucasus
Dating the demise: Neandertal extinction and the establishment of modern humans in the southern Caucasus
Middle Palaeolithic patterns of settlement and subsistence in the southern Caucasus
Seasonal patterns of prey acquisition and inter-group competition during the Middle and Upper Palaeolithic of the Southern Caucasus
Between a rock and a hard place: Neanderthal–modern human interactions in the southern Caucasus
Cultural, behavioral, and biological discontinuities at the MiddleeUpper Paleolithic transition in the Southern Caucasus
LATE MIDDLE PALAEOLITHIC PATTERNS OF LITHIC REDUCTION, MOBILITY, AND LAND USE IN THE SOUTHERN CAUCASUS (REPUBLIC OF GEORGIA)
Early Levallois technology and the Lower to Middle Paleolithic transition in the Southern Caucasus
Akhalkalaki: the taphonomy of an Early Pleistocene locality in the Republic of Georgia
The latest Neandertals of the southern Caucasus: new dates and new data from Ortvale Klde, the Georgian Republic
Neanderthal life-ways in the Southern Caucasus
Erratum to Dating the demise: Neandertal extinction and the establishment of modern humans in the southern Caucasus
Ptghni: A new obsidian source in the Hrazdan River basin, Armenia
The Costs of Peace in Chechnya
Terror in Chechnya: Russia and the tragedy of civilians in war
Influence of the North Atlantic Oscillation on δD and δ18O in meteoric water in the Armenian Highland
Microbial alteration of the hydrogen and carbon isotopic composition of n-alkanes in sediments
Geochemical Evidence for the Control of Fire by Middle Palaeolithic Hominins
Modern Phytolith Assemblages As Indicators of Vegetation in the Southern Caucasus