Identifying and Describing Pattern and Process in the Evolution of Hominin Use of Fire

@article{Sandgathe2017IdentifyingAD,
  title={Identifying and Describing Pattern and Process in the Evolution of Hominin Use of Fire},
  author={D. Sandgathe},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2017},
  volume={58},
  pages={S360 - S370}
}
Although research relating to Paleolithic fire use has a long history, it has seen a particular resurgence in the last decade. This has been fueled in part by improved analytical techniques, improved standards of data collection and reporting, and the discovery of new sites with important fire residues in Africa, the Middle East, and Europe. A major component of this new research has been to identify when “controlled use” and “habitual use” of fire developed among Pleistocene hominins. However… Expand
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