Articles & Chapters

2012 Brian Hayden, Neil Canuel, and Jennifer Shanse
“What was brewing in the Natufian? An archaeological assessment of brewing technology in the Epipaleolithic.” Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory. DOI 10.1007/s10816-011-9127-y Posted 31 January 2012.

2012 Hayden, Brian
“Neandertal social structure?” Oxford Journal of Archaeology 31:1–26.

2011 Hayden, Brian
“A remarkable case of stylistic imitation and technological persistence.” Journal of Irreproducible Results 51:32–3.

2011 Hayden, Brian and Suzanne Villeneuve
“A century of feasting studies.” Annual Review of Anthropology 40:433–449.

2011 Hayden, Brian
“Big man, big heart? The political role of aggrandizers in egalitarian and transegalitarian societies.” In D. Forsyth and C. Hoyt (Eds.) For the Greater Good of All: Perspectives on Individualism, Society, and Leadership. Palgrave Macmillan: New York. pp. 101–118.

2011 Hayden, Brian
“Feasting and social dynamics in the Epipaleolithic of the Fertile Crescent.” In G. Aranda, S. Monton-Subias, and M. Sanchez (Eds.). Oxbow Books: Oxford. pp. 30–63.

2011 Hayden, Brian
“Peut-on parler d’une structure sociale néandertalienne?” Dossiers d’Archéologie 345:22–5.

2010 Hayden, Brian
“Comment on Close, ‘Inherited social difference at the edges of flakes.’” Cambridge Archaeological Journal 20:313–5.

2011 Hayden, Brian
“Rice: The first Asian luxury food?” In G. Barker and M. Janowski (Eds.), Why Cultivate?. McDonald Institute Monograph: Cambridge. pp. 75–94.

2010 Hayden, Brian
“El surgimiento de cazadores-recolectores complejos. Una visión desde el Northwest Plateau.” In A. Vila and J. Estévez (Eds.), La Excepción y la Norma. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Treballs d’Ethnoarqueologia 8:87–110, 219–21.

2010 Hayden, Brian and Suzanne Villeneuve
“Who benefits from complexity? A view from Futuna.” In T. D. Price and G. Feinman (Eds.) Pathways to Power. Springer: New York. pp. 95–145.

2010 Hayden, Brian and Suzanne Villeneuve
“Astronomy in the Upper Paleolithic?” Cambridge Archaeological Journal 21:331–55.

2010 Hayden, Brian
“Review: ‘Belief in the Past,’ Edited by K. Haqys-Gilpin and D. Whitley.” Canadian Journal of Archaeology 33:300–303.

2010 Hayden, Brian
“Review: ‘Cave Art,’ by J. Clottes.” American Antiquity 75:206–7.

2009 Hayden, Brian
“Forward.” In Peter Jordan and M. Zvelebil (Eds.) Ceramics Before Farming. Left Coast Press: Walnut Creek, Calif. pp. 19–26.

2009 Hayden, Brian
“Funerals as Feasts: Why Are They So Important?” Cambridge Archaeological Journal 19:29–52.

2009 Hayden, Brian
“The Proof is in the Pudding: Feasting and the Origins of Domestication.” Current Anthropology 50:597–601, 708–9.

2009 Hayden, Brian
“Sex, Symmetry, and Silliness in the Bifacial World.” Antiquity 83:1163–1175.

2008 Hayden, Brian
“What Were They Doing in the Oldowan?” Lithic Technology: 33:105–139.

2008 Hayden, Brian
“Agriculture: Social Consequences.” In Deborah Pearsall (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Archaeology. Elsevier: Amsterdam. pp. 123–131.

2007 Hayden, Brian
“Une société hiérarchique ou égalitaire?” In S. de Beaume (ed.) Chasseurs-Cueilleurs: Comment vivaient nos ancètre du paléolitique supérieur CNRS Éditions: Paris pp. 197–208

2005 Hayden, Brian
“Alcohol production and feasting in the ancient world.” Comment on J. Jennings et al. Current Anthropology 46:290–1

2005 Speller, Camilla, D. Yand, and B. Hayden
“Ancient DNA Investigation of Prehistoric Salmon Resource Utilization at Keatley Creek, British Columbia, Canada.” Journal of Archaeological Science 32:1378–1389

2005 B. Hayden, and S. Villeneuve.
Review:“Lascaux, Le Geste, L’Espace, et Le Temps,” by N. Aujoulat; and “Chauvet Cave,” by Jean Clottes. American Antiquity 70:384–388.

2004 Hayden, Brian
“Archaeology in the New Millenium.” Journal of Irreproducible Results 48(4):28–30.

2004 Hayden, Brian
“Sociopolitical Organization in the Natufian: A View from the Northwest.” In Christophe Delage (Ed.) The Last Hunter-Gatherer Societies in the Near East. BAR International Series: Oxford. pp. 263–308.

2004 Hayden, Brian
“Signs and Symbols of the Maya.” PARI Journal 5(2):7–12.

2004 Hayden, Brian
“How Religion Changed in the Bronze Age” The Pomegranate 6(1):107–126.

2004 Hayden, B., and Ron Adams
“Ritual Structures in Transegalitarian Communities.” In William Prentiss and Ian Kuijt (Eds.) Complex Hunter-Gatherers: Evolution and Organization of Prehistoric Communities on the Plateau of Northwestern North America. University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City. pp. 84–102.

2004 Hayden, B., and Sara Mossop Cousins
“The social dimensions of roasting pits in a winter village site.” In William Prentiss and Ian Kuijt (Eds.) Complex Hunter-Gatherers: Evolution and Organization of Prehistoric Communities on the Plateau of Northwestern North America. University of Utah Press: Salt Lake City. Pp. 140–154.

2003 Hayden, Brian
“Were luxury foods the first domesticates? Ethnoarchaeological perspectives from Southeast Asia.” World Archaeology 34:458–469.

2003 Hayden, Brian and J. Ryder
“Cultural collapses in the Northwest: A reply to Ian Kuijit.” American Antiquity 68: 157–160.

2003 Hayden, Brian
“Hunting and feasting: Health and demographic consequences.” Before Farming 2002/3–4(3) www.waspjournals

2003 Sandgathe, Dennis, and Brian Hayden
“Did Neanderthals Eat Inner Bark?” Antiquity 77:709–718.
2002 Hayden, Brian
“L’évolution des premiers vêtements en cuir.” In F. Audoin-Rouzeau and S. Beyries (eds.), Le Travail du Cuir de la Préhistoire à Nos Jours. Editions APDCA: Antibes. Pp. 193–216.

2001 Hayden, Brian
“Richman, Poorman, Beggarman, Chief: The Dynamics of Social Inequality.” In G. Feinman, and T. Price (eds.), Archaeology at the Millenium: A sourcebook. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers: New York. Pp. 231–272.

2001 Hayden, Brian
“The Dynamics of Wealth and Poverty in the Transegalitarian Societies of Southeast Asia.” Antiquity 75: 571–81.

2001 Dietler, Michael, and Brian Hayden
“Digesting the Feast – Good to Eat, Good the Drink, Good to Think: An Introduction.” In M. Dietler and B. Hayden (eds.), Feasts: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Food, Politics, and Power. Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, DC. Pp. 1–20.

2001 Hayden, Brian
“Fabulous feasts: A prolegomenon to the importance of feasting.” In M. Dietler and B. Hayden (eds.), Feasts: Archaeological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Food, Politics, and Power. Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, DC. Pp. 23–64.

2000
“Prestige artifacts at Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume II: Socioeconomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 189–202.

2000 Hayden, Brian and Martin Handly
“The analysis of mesodebitage and mesofauna at Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume II: Socioeconomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 143–150.

2000
“Social organization and life at Keatley Creek: A reconstruction.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume II: Socioeconomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 287–302.

2000
“An overview of the Classic Lillooet occupation at Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume II: Socioeconomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 255–286.

2000
“Socioeconomic factors influencing housepit assemblages at Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume II: Socioeconomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 3–28.

2000
“Conclusions: site formation processes at Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume 1: Taphonomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.

2000
“The opening of Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume 1: Taphonomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC.

2000
“Variations in sediment characteristics across floors.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume 1: Taphonomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 95–101.

2000
“Dating deposits at Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume 1: Taphonomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 35–40.

2000 Henry, Andrew and Brian Hayden
“Mixing of projectile point types within housepit rim and floor strata at Keatley Creek.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek. Volume 1: Taphonomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 41–56.

2000 B.Hayden, Nora Franco, and Jim Spafford
“Keatley Creek lithic strategies and designs.” In B. Hayden (editor), The ancient past of Keatley Creek, Vol. 1: Taphonomy. Archaeology Press: Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, BC. Pp. 185–212.

1998
“Practical and prestige technologies: The evolution of material systems.” Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 5: 1–55.

1997
“Observations on the prehistoric social and economic structure of the North American Plateau.” World Archaeology 29: 242–261.

1997 Hayden, Brian, and Rick Schulting
“The Plateau Interaction Sphere and Late Prehistoric cultural complexity.” American Antiquity 62: 51–85.

1997 Owens, D’Ann, and Brian Hayden
“Prehistoric rites of passage: A comparative study of transegalitarian hunter-gatherers.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 16: 121–161.

1996
“Feasting in prehistoric and traditional societies.” In Polly Wiessner and W. Schiefenhovel (editors), Food and the status quest. Berghahn Books: Providence. Pp. 127–147.

1996
“Thresholds of power in emergent complex societies.” In Jeanne Arnold, (editor), Emergent complexity: The evolution of intermediate societies. Pp. 50–58 International Monographs in Prehistory: Ann Arbor, Michigan

1996 Hayden, Brian, Edward Bakewell, and Rob Gargett
“The world’s longest-lived corporate group: Lithic analysis reveals prehistoric social organization near Lillooet, British Columbia.” American Antiquity 61: 341–356.

1996 Hayden, Brian, Nora Franco, and Jim Spafford
“Evaluating lithic strategies and design criteria.” In George Odell, (editor), Theory and behavior from stone tools. Plenum Publishing: New York. Pp. 9–49.

1996 Hayden, Brian, Gregory Reinhardt, Richard MacDonald, Dan Holmberg, and David Crellin
“Space per capita and the optimal size of housepits.” In, Gary Coupland and E. Banning (editors), People who lived in big houses: Archaeological perspectives on large domestic structures. Prehistory Press: Madison, Wisconsin. Pp. 151–164.

1996 Lepofsky, Dana, Karla Kusmer, Brian Hayden, and Ken Lertzman
“Reconstructing Prehistoric Socioeconomies from Paleoethnobotanical and Zooarchaeological Data: An Example from the British Columbia Plateau.” In Journal of Ethnobiology 16(1): 31–62.

1995
“The emergence of prestige technologies and pottery.” In William Barnett, and John Hoopes (editors), The emergence of pottery. Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, DC Pp. 257–266.

1995
“A new overview of domestication.” In T. Douglas Price and A. Gebauer (editors), Last hunters – first farmers: New perspectives on the prehistoric transition to agriculture. School of American Research Press: Santa Fe, New Mexico. Pp. 273–299.

1995
“Pathways to power: Principles for creating socioeconomic inequalities.” In T.D. Price and G. Feinman, Foundation of Social Inequality. Plenum: New York. Pp. 15–85.

1995 Peterson, Philip, F. David Fracchia, and Brian Hayden
“Integrating spatial data display with virtual reconstruction.” Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Computer Graphics and Applications. 15 (4): 40–6.

1995 Peterson, Philip, F. David Fracchia and Brian Hayden
“A virtual computer imaging technique for archaeological research.” Society for American Archaeology Bulletin 13(4): 30–33.

1994 Hayden, Brian
“Village approaches to complex societies.” In Glenn Schwartz and Steven Falconer (editors), Archaeological views from the countryside: Village communities in early complex societies. Smithsonian Institution Press: Washington, DC. Pp. 198–206.

1994
“Competition, labor, and complex hunter-gatherers.” In Ernest Burch, Jr. and Linda Ellanna (editors), Key issues in hunter-gatherer research. Berg Publications: Oxford. Pp. 223–239.

1994 (Peterson, Philip, B. Hayden, and F. Fracchia)
“Case study: Integrating spatial data display with virtual reconstruction.” Proceedings of Visualization ’94. Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Computer Society Press: Los Alamitos, California. Pp. 359–362.

1993
“Investigating status with hideworking use-wear: a preliminary assessment.” In P. Anderson, S. Beyries, M. Otte, and H. Plisson (Eds.), Traces et fonction: les gestes retrouvès. (Etudes et Recherches Archaeologiques de l’Universite de Liege No. 50. Pp. 119–130.

1993 (Hayden, B., D. Nelson, and Jean Cataliotti-Valdina)
“Dating the Cassis rufa shell from the Mousterian levels of the Grotte du Prince, Monaco.” Antiquity 67: 609–12

1993 (Hayden, B., and Jim Spafford)
“The Keatley Creek site and corporate group archaeology.” B.C. Studies 99:106–139.

1993
“The cultural capacities of Neandertals: a review and re-evaluation.” Journal of Human Evolution 24:113–146.

1992
“Introduction: Ecology and culture.” In, B. Hayden (editor), A complex culture of the British Columbia Plateau: Stl’atl’imx resource use. University of British Columbia Press: Vancouver. Pp. 3–46.

1992
“Ecology and complex hunter/gatherers.” In B. Hayden (editor), A Complex Culture of the British Columbia Plateau, Pp. 525–63. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press.

1992
“Models of domestication.” In, Anne B. Gebauer and T.D. Price, Transitions to agriculture in prehistory. Prehistory Press: Madison, Wisconsin. Pp. 11–19.

1992
“Observing prehistoric women.” In Cheryl Claassen (editor), Exploring gender through archaeology. Prehistory Press: Madison, Wisconsin. Pp. 33–48.

1991 (Hayden, B., and Rob Gargett)
“Site, structure, kinship, and sharing in Aboriginal Australia: Implications for archaeology.” In, Ellen Kroll and Douglas Price (editors), The interpretation of archaeological spatial patterning. Plenum Press: New York. Pp. 11–32

1991 (Hayden, B., and June Ryder)
“Prehistoric cultural collapse in the Lillooet area.” American Antiquity 56: 50–65

1990 (Hayden, B., and Rob Gargett)
“Big man, big heart?: A Mesoamerican view of the emergence of complex society.” Ancient Mesoamerica 1: 3–20

1990
“The right rub: hide working in high ranking households.” In Bo Graslund (editor), The interpretative possibilities of microwear studies. Aun 14. Pp. 89–102. Societas Archaeologica Upsaliensis: Uppsala.

1990
“Nimrods, piscators, pluckers and planters: The emergence of food production.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 9: 31–69

1989 (Published in 1990) Hayden, B., and Michael Deal
“Vitreous materials used by the contemporary Maya.” In Margarita Gaxiola and John Clark (Eds.), La obsidiana en Mesoamerica. Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia: Mexico, DF pp. 435–441.

1989 (and R. Gargett)
“Specialization in the Paleolithic.” Lithic Technology. 17(1):12–18.

1989
“From chopper to celt: The evolution of resharpening techniques.” In Robin Torrence, (Ed.), Time, energy and stone tools. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. pp.7–16.

1989 (Hayden, B., and W. Karl Hutchings)
“Whither the billet flake?” In D. Amick and R. Mauldin. Experiments in Lithic Technology. BAR International Series 528: Oxford. pp. 235–257.

1988
“Some essential considerations in interaction interpretation.” In, Thomas Lee, Jr. and Brian Hayden (Eds.), Ethnoarchaeology among the Highland Maya of Chiapas, Mexico. Papers of the New World Archaeological Foundation, No. 56, pp. 91–98.

1987
“From chopper to celt: The evolution of resharpening techniques.” Lithic Technology 16: 33–43.

1987
“Introduction.” In Brian Hayden (Ed.) Lithic Studies among the contemporary Highland Maya. University of Arizona Press: Tucson. pp. 1–7.

1987
“Traditional metate manufacturing in Guatemala. using chipped stone tools.” In Brian Hayden (Ed.), Lithic studies among the contemporary Highland Maya. University of Arizona Press: Tucson. pp. 8–119.

1987
“Past to present uses of stone tools and their effects on assemblage characteristics in the Maya Highland.” In Brian Hayden (Ed.), Lithic studies among the contemporary Highland Maya. University of Arizona Press: Tucson. pp. 160–234.

1987
“Alliances and ritual ecstasy: Human responses to resource stress.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 26:81–91.

1987 Hayden, Brian, Brian Chisholm, and Henry Schwarcz
“Fishing and foraging: marine resources in the Upper Paleolithic of France.” In O. Soffer (Ed.). The Pleistocene Old World. Plenum Publishers: N.Y. pp. 279–291.

1987 Dean, Michael and Brian Hayden
“The persistence of Pre-Columbian lithic technology in the form of glassworking.” In Brian Hayden (Ed.). Lithic studies among the contemporary Highland Maya. University of Arizona Press: Tucson. Pp. 235–331.

1986
“Resource models of inter-assemblage variability.” Lithic Technology 15: 82–89.

1986
“Old Europe: Sacred matriarchy or complementary opposition?” In A. Bonanno (Ed.), Archaeology and fertility cult in the ancient Mediterranean. B.R. Gruner Publishing: Amsterdam. pp. 17–30.

1986
“Resources, rivalry, and reproduction: The influence of basic resource characteristics on reproductive behavior.” In Penn Handwerker (Ed.), Culture and Reproduction, Westview Press: Boulder. Pp. 176–195.

1986 Hayden, Brian, Michael Deal, Aubrey Cannon, and Joanna Casey
“Ecological determinants of women’s status among hunter/gatherers.” Human Evolution 1: 449–473.

1985 Hayden, Brian, Morley Eldridge, Anne Eldridge and Aubrey Cannon
“Complex hunter-Gatherers in interior British Columbia.” In T. Douglas Price and James Brown (editors), Prehistoric Hunter/gatherers. Academic Press: New York. Pp. 181–199.

1985 Dobkin de Rios, Marlene, and Brian Hayden
“Odorous differentiation and variability in the sexual division of labor among hunter/gatherers.” Journal of Human Evolution 14 pp. 219–228.

1984 (and A. Cannon)
“Interaction inferences in archaeology and learning frameworks of the Maya.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 3:325–367.

1984
“Are emic types relevant to archaeology?” Ethnohistory 29(4)

1984 Spurling, Brian and Brian Hayden
“Ethnoarchaeology and intrasite spatial analysis: a case study from the Australian Western Desert.” In Intrasite spatial analysis in archaeology, edited by Harold Hietala. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge. Pp. 224–241.

1983
“Social characteristics of early Austronesian colonizers.” Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 4:123–134.

1983 Hayden, Brian and Aubrey Cannon
“Where the garbage goes: refuse disposal in the Maya Highlands.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 2: 117–163.

1982
“Recognizing Intact Iroquoian Domestic Refuse: The Draper Case.” Ontario Archaeology 38:47–50.

1982 (and A. Cannon)
“The corporate group as an archaeological unit.” Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 1:132–58.

1982
“Interaction parameters and the demise of PaleoIndian craftsmanship.” Plains Anthropologist 27:109–123.

1981
“Research and development in the stone age: technological transitions among hunter/gatherers.” Current Anthropology 2: 519–548.

1981
“Subsistence and ecological adaptations of modern hunter/gatherers.” In G. Teleki and R. Harding (eds.): Omnivorous Primates: gathering and hunting in human evolution. pp. 344–422. Columbia University Press: New York.

1981 Hayden, Brian and Margaret Nelson
“The use of chipped lithic material in the contemporary Maya Highlands.” American Antiquity 46: 885–898.

1980
“Confusion in the bipolar world: bashed pebbles vs. splintered pieces.” Lithic Technology 9(1): 207.

1979 (Hayden, B., and Johan Kamminga)
“An introduction to use-wear: the first CLUW.” In Hayden 1979e: 1–13.

1979
“Snap, shatter, and superfracture: use-wear of stone skin scrapers.” In Hayden 1979e: 207–229.

1979 Hayden, B.
“The Draper and White Sites: preliminary and theoretical considerations.” In B. Hayden (Ed.), Settlement Patterns of the Draper and White Sites: 1973 Excavations. Archaeology Press, Archaeology Department, Simon Fraser University: Burnaby. Pp. 1–28.

1979 Hayden, B.
“Summary and conclusions of Draper and White Site excavations.” In B. Hayden (Ed.), Settlement Patterns of the Draper and White Sites: 1973 Excavations. Archaeology Press, Archaeology Department, Simon Fraser University: Burnaby. Pp. 181–185.

1978
“Bigger is better?: Factors determining Ontario Iroquois site sizes.” Canadian Journal of Archaeology No.2:107–116.

1978
“A general diffusion model.” In: Philip Duke, Diffusion and Migration. Archaeological Association, University of Calgary, Calgary, pp. 106–124.

1977
“Corporate groups and the Late Ontario Iroquoian longhouse.” Ontario Archaeology. 28:3–16.

1977
“Sticks and stones: The South-east Asian Upper Paleolithic?” In: J. Golson, R. Jones and J. Allen (eds.), Sunda and Sahul. Academic Press: New York. Pp. 73–109.

1977
“Stone tool functions in the Western Desert.” In R.V.S. Wright (ed.), Stone tools as cultural markers. Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies: Canberra. Pp. 178–188.

1976
“Curation: old and new.” In: J.S. Raymond et al (eds.), Primitive art and technology. University of Calgary Archaeological Association. Calgary, pp. 47–59.

1975
“Dingoes: pets or producers?” Mankind 10:11–15.

1975 (Hayden, B., and J. Kamminga)
“Gould, Koster, and Sontz on ‘microwear’: a critical review.” Bobbs-Merrill Reprint Series A-495.

1975
“The carrying capacity dilemma.”In: Alan Swedlund (ed.), Population Studies in Archaeology and biological Anthropology. Society for American Archaeology, Memoir 30: 11–21.

1973
“Analysis of a ‘taap’ composite knife.” Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania 8:116–126.

1972
“Population control among hunter/gatherers.” World Archaeology 4: 205–221.

1970 Terje Birkedal and B. Hayden
“Wholeplace village: 42UN57.” In David Breternitz (editor), Archaeological Excavations in Dinosaur National Monument, Colorado-Utah, 1964–1965. University of Colorado Series in Anthropology 17:10–29.


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