Eleanor M.L. Scerri
Eleanor M.L. Scerri
Independent Group Leader, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.
Verified email at shh.mpg.de - Homepage
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Rethinking the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa
HS Groucutt, MD Petraglia, G Bailey, EML Scerri, A Parton, ...
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 24 (4), 149-164, 2015
Did our species evolve in subdivided populations across Africa, and why does it matter?
EML Scerri, MG Thomas, A Manica, P Gunz, JT Stock, C Stringer, M Grove, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 33 (8), 582-594, 2018
Earliest evidence for the structure of Homo sapiens populations in Africa
EML Scerri, NA Drake, R Jennings, HS Groucutt
Quaternary Science Reviews 101, 207-216, 2014
The Aterian and its place in the North African middle stone age
EML Scerri
Quaternary International 300, 111-130, 2013
Homo sapiens in Arabia by 85,000 years ago
HS Groucutt, R Grün, IAS Zalmout, NA Drake, SJ Armitage, I Candy, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (5), 800-809, 2018
Remote sensing and GIS techniques for reconstructing Arabian palaeohydrology and identifying archaeological sites
PS Breeze, NA Drake, HS Groucutt, A Parton, RP Jennings, TS White, ...
Quaternary International 382, 98-119, 2015
Stone tool assemblages and models for the dispersal of Homo sapiens out of Africa
HS Groucutt, EML Scerri, L Lewis, L Clark-Balzan, J Blinkhorn, ...
Quaternary International 382, 8-30, 2015
Human occupation of the Arabian empty quarter during MIS 5: evidence from Mundafan Al-Buhayrah, Saudi Arabia
HS Groucutt, TS White, L Clark-Balzan, A Parton, R Crassard, C Shipton, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 119, 116-135, 2015
Middle to Late Pleistocene human habitation in the western Nefud desert, Saudi Arabia
EML Scerri, PS Breeze, A Parton, HS Groucutt, TS White, C Stimpson, ...
Quaternary International 382, 200-214, 2015
Unexpected technological heterogeneity in northern Arabia indicates complex Late Pleistocene demography at the gateway to Asia
EML Scerri, HS Groucutt, RP Jennings, MD Petraglia
Journal of human evolution 75, 125-142, 2014
Can lithic attribute analyses identify discrete reduction trajectories? A quantitative study using refitted lithic sets
EML Scerri, B Gravina, J Blinkhorn, A Delagnes
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 23 (2), 669-691, 2016
The North African Middle Stone Age and its place in recent human evolution
EML Scerri
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 26 (3), 119-135, 2017
Late Pleistocene lakeshore settlement in northern Arabia: middle Palaeolithic technology from Jebel Katefeh, Jubbah
HS Groucutt, C Shipton, A Alsharekh, R Jennings, EML Scerri, ...
Quaternary International 382, 215-236, 2015
Middle Pleistocene vertebrate fossils from the Nefud Desert, Saudi Arabia: Implications for biogeography and palaeoecology
CM Stimpson, A Lister, A Parton, L Clark-Balzan, PS Breeze, NA Drake, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 143, 13-36, 2016
Beyond multiregional and simple out-of-Africa models of human evolution
EML Scerri, L Chikhi, MG Thomas
Nature ecology & evolution 3 (10), 1370-1372, 2019
Persistence of Middle Stone Age technology to the Pleistocene/Holocene transition supports a complex hominin evolutionary scenario in West Africa
EML Scerri, J Blinkhorn, K Niang, MD Bateman, HS Groucutt
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 11, 639-646, 2017
Skhul lithic technology and the dispersal of Homo sapiens into Southwest Asia
HS Groucutt, EML Scerri, C Stringer, MD Petraglia
Quaternary International 515, 30-52, 2019
The Middle Stone Age archaeology of the Senegal river valley
EML Scerri, J Blinkhorn, HS Groucutt, K Niang
Quaternary International 408, 16-32, 2016
A new stone tool assemblage revisited: reconsidering the'Aterian'in Arabia
EML Scerri
Proceedings of the seminar for Arabian studies, 357-369, 2012
Middle Palaeolithic raw material procurement and early stage reduction at Jubbah, Saudi Arabia
HS Groucutt, EML Scerri, K Amor, C Shipton, RP Jennings, A Parton, ...
Archaeological Research in Asia 9, 44-62, 2017
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