Dr. Jonathan C. Driver - Recent Publications

Driver, J.C.

2019  Faculty members who are bullies. In Cyberbulling at University in International Contexts, edited by W. Cassidy, C. Faucher and M. Jackson, pp. 212-214. Routledge, New York.

2014  Comment: “Landscape Engineering and Organizational Complexity among Late Prehistoric Bison Hunters of the Northwestern Plains” (Maria Nieves Zedeño, Jesse A. M. Ballenger, and John R. Murray). Current Anthropology 55(1): 44-45.

2011  Twenty years after "Identification, Classification and Zooarchaeology". Ethnobiology Letters 2: 36-39.

2011 Identification, Classification and Zooarchaeology. Ethnobiology Letters 2: 19-29. [Reprint of 1992 paper]

2011  Human Impacts on Animal Populations in the American Southwest. In Movement, Connectivity and Landscape Change in the Ancient Southwest, edited by M.C. Nelson and C. Strawhacker, pp. 179-198. University Press of Colorado, Boulder.

2008  Models for zooarchaeologists from modern bushmeat studies. In Animals and Archaeology: Archaeozoological Papers in Honour of Ina Plug, edited by S. Badenhorst, P. Mitchell and J.Driver, pp. 21-33 . British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1849. Archaeopress: Oxford.

2008  Review of "A Movable Feast:  Ten Millenia of Food Globalization" (K. Kiple, Cambridge University Press, 2007).  Canadian Journal of Archaeology 32:142-144.

2005  Review of "Zooarchaeology and Conservation Biology" (edited by R.L. Lyman and K.P. Cannon, University of Utah Press, 2004).  Canadian Journal of Archaeology 29:127-129.

2005  Review of "Ancient Puebloan Southwest" (John Kantner, Cambridge University Press, 2004). Canadian Journal of Archaeology 29:301-303.

2004  Review of "Archaeology Theory and Scientific Practice" (Andrew Jones, Cambridge University Press, 2002). Canadian Journal of Archaeology 28:161-165.

2004  Food, status and formation processes: A case study from Medieval England. In Behavior Behind Bones: The Zooarchaeology of Ritual, Religion, Status and Identity, edited by Sharon Jones O'Day, Wim Van Neer and Anton Ervynck, pp. 244–251. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

2002  Faunal variation and change in the Mesa Verde regions. In Seeking the center place: archaeology and ancient communities inthe Mesa Verde region, edited by M.D. Varien and R.H. Wilshusen, pp. 147–160. University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.

2002  Faunal remains. In The Archaeology of Woods Canyon Pueblo, edited by M. Churchill. Crow Canyon Archaeology Center, Cortez.

2001  Review of "Prehistoric Warfare in the American Southwest" (Steven A. LeBlanc, University of Utah Press, 1999). Canadian Journal of Archaeology 25: 134–136.

2001  A comment on methods for identifying quartzite cobble artifacts. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 25: 127–131.

2001 Discussion: preglacial archaeological evidence at Grimshaw, the Peace River, Alberta. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 38(5): 871–874.

2001  Paleoecological and archaeological implications of the Charlie Lake Cave fauna, British Columbia, 10,500 to 9,500 B.P. In People and Wildlife in Northern North America: Essays in Honour of R. Dale Guthrie, edited by S.C. Gerlach and M.S. Murray, pp. 13–21. British Archaeological Reports International Series 944, Oxford.

2001  Environmental archaeology is not human palaeoecology. In Environmental Archaeology: Meaning and Purpose, edited by U. Albarella, pp. 43–53. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

2001  A reply to Thomas. In Environmental Archaeology: Meaning and Purpose, edited by U. Albarella, pp. 59–60. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht.

2000  Review of "Bringing Back the Past: Historical Perspectives on Canadian Archaeology" (edited by Pamela Jane Smith and Donald Mitchell, Archaeology Survey of Canada Paper 158, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Hull 1998). Canadian Journal of Archaeology 24: 213–216.

2000  Hunting strategies and horticulture communities in southeastern New Mexico. In Animal Bones, Human Societies, edited by P. Rowley-Conwy, pp. 115–123, Oxbow Books, Oxford.

2000  Faunal remains. In Archaeology of Castle Rock Pueblo, edited by K. Kuckelman, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. Electronic publication:  www.crowcanyon.org.

2000  Faunal remains. In Households and Farms in Eary Zuni Prehistory: Settlement, Subsistence, and the Archaeology of Y Unit Draw, Archaeological Investigations at Eighteen Sites along New Mexico State Highway 602, pp. 665–675. Zuni Cultural Resource Enterprise Report No. 593, Research Series No. 11.

1999  Raven skeletons from Paleoindian contexts, Charlie Lake Cave, British Columbia. American Antiquity 64(2): 289–298.

1998  Late Pleistocene collared lemming (Dicrostonyx torquatus) from northeastern British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 18(4): 816–818.

1998  Human adaptation at the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary in western Canada, 1,000 to 9000 BP. Quaternary International 49/50: 141–150.

1997  Zooarchaeology and social organization in non-state societies. Anthropozoologica 25–26: 79–84. (Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology, ICAZ, Konstanz, Germany, September 1994).

1995  Social hunting and multiple predation. In Before Farming:Hunter-Gatherer Society and Subsistence, edited by D.V. Campana, pp. 23–38. MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, Supplement to Volume 12.

Driver, J.C. (editor)
1999  Zooarchaeology of the Pleistocene/Holocene Boundary. British Archaeological Reports International Series 800, Oxford.v, 83 pp., 32 figs., 25 tables.

Stephens, L.,  D. Fuller, N. Boivin, T. Rick, N. Gauthier, A. Kay, B. Marwick et al (including J.C. Driver)
2019. Archaeological assessment reveals Earth’s early transformation through land use. Science 365: 897-902. DOI: 10.1126/science.aax1192

Badenhorst, S., J.C. Driver and S.C. Ryan
2019. Desirable meat: the social context of meat procurement at Albert Porter Pueblo, a Great House community in the central Mesa Verde region. Kiva 85: 191-203. DOI: 10.1080/00231940.2019.1579442

Maxwell, D. and J.C. Driver
2018  Are models of ancient bison population structure valid? In The Archaeology of Large-Scale Manipulation of Prey, edited by K. Carlson and L.C. Bement, pp. 96-120. University Press of Colorado, Louisville. DOI: 10.5876/9781607326823.c005

Driver, J.C. and D. Maxwell
2013  Bison death assemblages and the interpretation of human hunting behaviour. Quaternary International 297: 100-109.

Driver, J.C. and C. Vallieres
2008  The Palaeoindian Bison Assemblage from Charlie Lake Cave, British Columbia. Canadian Journal of Archaeology 32(2): 239-257.

Driver, J.C. and J. Woiderski
2008  Interpretation of the "lagomorph index" in the American Southwest. Quaternary International 185: 3-11.

Driver, J.C., C. Tarcan and B. Fothergill
2009  Faunal remains from Bluff Great House. In Chaco and After in the Northern San Juan: Excavations at the Bluff Great House, edited by C. Cameron, Appendix 5 (CD format; 15pp, 8 tables). University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

Driver, J.C., M. Brand, L. Lester, and N. Munro
1999  Faunal remains. In The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: Site Testing, edited by M. Varien, Chapter 18. CD ROM Version 1.0 and www.crowcanyon.org. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado. 13 pp., 10 tables, 5 figures.

Driver, J.C., M. Handly, K.R. Fladmark, D.E. Nelson, G.M. Sullivan, and R. Preston
1996  Stratigraphy, radiocarbon dating and culture history of Charlie Lake Cave, British Columbia. Arctic 49(3): 265–277.

Badenhorst, S. and J.C. Driver
2015  Faunal remains. In The Archaeology of Albert Porter Pueblo (Site 5MT123): Excavations at a Great House Community Center in Southwestern Colorado, edited by Susan C. Ryan, 448-475. Cortez, Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.

2009  Faunal changes in farming communities from Basketmaker II to Pueblo III (A.D.1-1300) in the San Juan Basin of the American Southwest. Journal of Archaeological Science 36: 1832-1841.

Badenhorst, S., J.C. Driver and D. Maxwell
2016  Pueblo Bonito Fauna. In The Pueblo Bonito Mounds of Chaco Canyon, edited by Patricia L. Crown, pp. 189-211. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.

Badenhorst, S., R. Lyle, J. Merewether, J.C. Driver, and S. Ryan
2012  The potential of osteometric data for comprehensive studies of turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) husbandry in the American Southwest. Kiva 78(1): 61-78.

Badenhorst, S., P. Mitchell and J.C. Driver (eds.)
2008  Animals and People: Archaeozoological Papers in Honour of Ina Plug. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 1849. Archaeopress: Oxford.

Heintzman, Peter D., Duane Froese, John W. Ives, André E. R. Soares, Grant D. Zazula, Brandon Letts, Thomas D. Andrews, Jonathan C. Driver, Elizabeth Hall, P. Gregory Hare, Christopher N. Jass, Glen MacKay, John R. Southon, Mathias Stiller, Robin Woywitka, Marc A. Suchard and Beth Shapiro
2016  Bison phylogeography constrains dispersal and viability of the Ice Free Corridor in western Canada. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Muir, R.J. and J.C. Driver
2004  Identifying ritual use of animals in the northern American Southwest. In Behavior Behind Bones: The Zooarchaeology of Ritual, Religion, Status and Identity, edited by Sharon Jones O'Day, Wim Van Neer, and Anton Ervynck, pp. 128–143. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

2003  Faunal Remains. In The Archaeology of Yellow Jacket Pueblo, edited by K.A. Kuckelman. Crow Canyon Archaeology Center, Cortez.

2002  Scale of analysis and zooarchaeological interpretation: Pueblo III faunal variaion in the northern San Juan region. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 21:1 65–199.

Rawlings, T.A. and J.C. Driver
2015  Faunal remains from Shields Pueblo. In The Archaeology of Shields Pueblo (Site 5MT3807): Excavations at a Mesa-Top Community Center in Southwestern Colorado, edited by Susan C. Ryan, pp. 186-221. Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, Cortez, Colorado.

2010  Paleodiet of domestic turkey, Shields Pueblo (5MT3807), Colorado: isotopic analysis and its implications for care of a household domesticate. Journal of Archaeological Science. 37: 2433-2441.

2008  Food production and gender relations in the prehistoric Northern San Juan region. In Celebrating Jane Holden Kelley and Her Work, edited by M. F. Kemrer, pp. 137-156. New Mexico Archaeological Council Special Publication No. 5, Albuquerque.

Schollmeyer, K.G. and J.C. Driver
2013  Settlement patterns, source-sink dynamics, and artiodactyl hunting in the prehistoric U.S. Southwest. Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory20: 448-478.

2012  The past, present, and future of small terrestrial mammals in human diets. In Conservation Biology and Applied Zooarchaeology, edited by Steve Wolverton and R. Lee Lyman, pp. 179-207. University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

2011  Deer in prehistory in the southwestern United States.  Deer: The Journal of the British Deer Society 16(1):22-25.

Shapiro, B. and 26 others including J.C. Driver
2004  Rise amd fall of the Beringian steppe bison.  Science 306:1561-1565.

Tarcan, C. and J.C. Driver
2010  The adoption and use of domestic animals at Zuni. In Anthropological Approaches to Zooarchaeology: Complexity, Colonialism, and Animal Transformations, edited by D. Campana, P. Crabtree, S. D. de France, J. Lev-Tov and A. Choyke, pp. 159-167. Oxbow Books, Oxford.

Ward, B.C., M.C. Wilson, D.W. Nagorsen, D.E. Nelson, J.C. Driver, and R.J. Wigen
2003  Port Eliza Cave: North American West Coast interstadial environment and implications for human migrations. Quaternary Science Reviews 22: 1383–1388.

Welch, John R., David V. Burley, Jonathan C. Driver, Erin A. Hogg, Kanthi Jayasundera, Michael Klassen, David Maxwell, George P. Nicholas, Janet Pivnick, and Christopher D. Dore
2018  Digital Bridges Across Disciplinary, Practical and Pedagogical Divides: An Online Professional Master’s Program in Heritage Resource Management. Journal of Archaeology and Education 2(2).

Yang, D.Y., J.R. Woiderski and J.C. Driver
2005  DNA analysis of archaeological rabbit remains from the America Southwest.  Journal of Archaeological Science 32:567-578.