Volume 99 (2021)

Research articles

Indicators of sexual dimorphism in Homo antecessor permanent canines

Cecilia García-Campos, María Martinón-Torres, Mario Modesto-Mata, Laura Martín-Francés, Marina Martínez de Pinillos & José María Bermúdez de Castro

1-18 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99001

Multi-proxy analysis suggests Late Pleistocene affinities of human skeletal remains attributed to Balzi Rossi

Margherita Micheletti Cremasco, Giuseppe D’Amore, Vitale Stefano Sparacello, Margherita Mussi, Manon Galland, Antonio Profico, Melchiorre Masali, Sylvia Di Marco, Roberto Miccichè, Martin Friess & Luca Sineo

19-60 [full text] [supplementary material]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99014

The‌ ‌equipment‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌Tyrolean‌ ‌Iceman:‌ ‌innovation‌ ‌versus‌ ‌adaptation‌ ‌in‌ ‌the‌ ‌cultural‌ ‌evolution‌ ‌of‌ ‌prehistoric‌ ‌technologies‌

Lajos‌ ‌Szabó‌ ‌ ‌& ‌‌Tamas‌ ‌Bereczkei‌

61 - 82 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99004

The‌ ‌outline‌ ‌of‌ ‌the‌ ‌pubic‌ ‌symphyseal‌ ‌surface‌ ‌is‌ ‌sexually‌ ‌dimorphic‌ ‌and‌ ‌changes‌ ‌with‌ ‌age‌ ‌in‌ ‌humans‌

Guillermo Bravo Morante, Barbara Fischer, Miguel Cecilio Botella López & Markus Bastir

83 - 95 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99003

Geometric Morphometrics of the human cervical vertebrae: sexual and population variations

Carlos A. Palancar, Daniel García-Martínez, David Cáceres-Monllor, Bernardo Perea-Pérez, Maria Teresa Ferreira & Markus Bastir

97 - 116 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99015

New insights on hip bone sexual dimorphism in adolescents and adults using deformation-based geometric morphometrics

Cinzia Fornai, Nicole M. Webb, Alessandro Urciuoli, Viktoria A. Krenn, Louise K. Corron & Martin Haeusler

117 - 134 [full text] [supplementary material] [supplementary material]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99017

The emerging complexity of Open Science: assessing Intelligent Data Openness in Genomic Anthropology and Human Genomics

Paolo Anagnostou, Marco Capocasa, Francesca Brisighelli, Cinzia Battaggia & Giovanni Destro Bisol

135 - 152 [full text] [supplementary material]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99016

Correspondence & Notes

An analysis of recent literature regarding the Minoan “blue monkeys” represented in Aegean Bronze Age art

Marco Masseti

153 - 156 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99002

JASs forum

Next questions in Molecular Anthropology

Luca Pagani & Giovanni Destro Bisol

157 - 158 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99013

Biobank-scale datasets and their relevance to anthropology/popgen

Francesco Montinaro

159 - 161 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99012

From domestication genomics towards molecular ecology of human environments

Anders Bergström

163 - 166 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99007

Ancient Health Landscape: foundations and perspectives

Christiana L. Scheib

167 - 170 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99011

Towards a functional understanding of adaptive phenotypes in humans

Maxime Rotival & Lluis Quintana-Murci

171 - 174 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99006

Methodological challenges and opportunities for inferring human demography

Garrett Hellenthal

175 - 177 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99010

Complexity in human ancestral demography

Aylwyn Scally

179 - 182 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99009

Uniparental markers and their role in the future of Molecular Anthropology

Francesc Calafell

183 - 185 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99005

Molecular Anthropology is dead, long live Molecular Anthropology

Austin Reynolds & Brenna Henn

187 - 190 [full text]

doi 10.4436/JASS.99008

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