Enza Elena Spinapolice

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Scienze dell'Antichità
Museo delle Origini
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ARCHEOLOGIA E CULTURE DEL PALEOLITICO 29943

Scienze Archeologiche L-1 - Primo Semestre

- Merc- Giov- 11-13; esercitazioni Venerdì 11-13; le esercitazioni confluiscono anche nelle AAFF del Laboratorio di tecnologia Litica. 

- Museo delle Origini

- Inizio 9 ottobre 2019 - fine 6 dicembre 2019 

 

ARCHEOLOGIA E CULTURE DEL PALEOLITICO 29953

Archeologia LM-2 - Secondo Semestre

- Merc, Ven 11-13; esercitazioni Lunedì 11-13; le esercitazioni confluiscono anche nelle AAFF del Laboratorio di tecnologia Litica. 

- Museo delle Origini

- Inizio 11 Marzo 2020 -  fine15 Maggio 2020 

 

 TECNOLOGIA LITICA 29953

Archeologia LM-2

- Merc, Ven 13-15; esercitazioni Lunedì 13-15; le esercitazioni confluiscono anche nelle AAFF del Laboratorio di tecnologia Litica. 

- Museo delle Origini

- Inizio 11 Marzo 2020  - fine 15 Maggio 2020 

 

Testi di riferimento Archeologia del Paleolitico Avanzato/Tecnologia litica 2019-2020
Mer 04 Set 2019 Ven 04 Set 2020
Raw Materials and Mobility 
- Spinapolice, E. E. (2012). Raw material economy in Salento (Apulia, Italy): new perspectives on Neanderthal mobility patterns. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39(3).
-  Féblot-Augustins, J., & Perlès, C. (1992). Perspectives ethnoarchéologiques sur les échanges à longue distance. In APDCA (Ed.), XII rencontres internationales d’Archéologie et d’Histoire d’Antibes (pp. 195?209). Juan les Pins.
- Perlès, C. (1991). Économie des matières premières et économie du débitage: deux conceptions opposées. 25 ans d’études technologiques en préhistoire: Bilan et perspectives, 35-46.
Middle Range Research and Stone Tools
- Binford LR. 1981. Behavioral archaeology and the Pompeii premise. Journal of Anthropological Research 37:195-207.
- Binford LR. 1981. Bones: ancient men and modern myths. New York: Academic Press. 320 p. 
- Gifford-Gonzalez D. 1991. Bones are not enough: analogues, knowledge, and interpretive strategies in zooarchaeology. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 10(3):215-254. 
- Shea JJ. 2011. Stone tool analysis and human origins research: Some advice from uncle Screwtape. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews 20(2):48-53. 
Typologies
- Andrefsky Chap 4; 
- Bordes, F. Typologie du Paléolithique ancien et moyen. Presses du CNRS, 1988.
- Brown JA. 1982. On the structure of artifact typologies. Essays on archeological typology: Evanston, Ill. : Center for American Archeology Press, 1982. p 176-189. 
- Debenath A, Dibble HL. 1994. Handbook of Paleolithic Typology. Philadelphia: The University Museum, University of Pennsylvania. 202 p. Chap 1; 
- Ford JA. 1954. The type concept revisited. American Anthropologist 56:42-54. 
- Spaulding AC. 1953. Statistical techniques for the discovery of artifact types. American Antiquity 18(4):305-313. -Steward JH. 1954. Types of types. American Anthropologist 56:54-57. 
- Schiffer MB. 1976. Behavioral Archaeology. New York: Academic Press. 222 p.(Chap 3) 
- Shea, J. J. (2014). Sink the Mousterian? Named stone tool industries (NASTIES) as obstacles to investigating hominin evolutionary relationships in the Later Middle Paleolithic Levant. Quaternary International, 350, 169-179.
- Shea, J. J. (2011). Stone tool analysis and human origins research: some advice from Uncle Screwtape. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews, 20(2), 48-53.
The Bordes-Binford Debate
- Bordes F, de Sonneville-Bordes D. 1970. The significance of variability in Paleolithic assemblages. World Archaeology 2(1):61-73. -
- Barton CM. 1997. Stone tools, style, and social identity: an evolutionary perspective on the archaeological record. In: Barton CM, Clark GA, editors. Rediscovering Darwin: evolutionary theory and archaeological explanation. 7th ed. Washington: American Anthropological Association. p 141-156. 
- Sackett JR. 1982. Approaches to Style in Lithic Analysis. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 1:59-112. 
- Binford LR. 1973. Interassemblage variability - the Mousterian and the 'functional' argument. In: Renfrew AC, editor. Explanation of Culture Change: Models in Prehistory. London: Duckworth Press. p 227-254.
- Dibble HL. 1987. Interpretation of Middle Paleolithic scraper morphology. American Antiquity Course Schedule and Topics* 52(1):109-117. 
The Curation Concept 
- Binford LR. 1979. Organization and formation processes: looking at curated technologies. Journal of Anthropological Research 35(3):255-273. -Nash S. 1996. Is curation a useful heuristic. In: Odell GA, editor. Stone Tools: Theoretical Insights Into Human Prehistory. New York: Plenum Press. p 81-97. 
- Shott MJ. 1996. An exegesis of the curation concept. Journal of Anthropological Research 52(3):259-280. 
- Shott MJ, Sillitoe P. 2004. Modeling use-life distributions in archaeology using new guinea wola ethnographic data. American Antiquity 69(2):339- 355. 
- Binford LR. 2001. Where do research problems come from? American Antiquity 66(4):669-678. 
- Andrefsky W. 1994. Raw-Material Availability and the Organization of Technology. American Antiquity 59(1):21-34.
- Frison, G. C. (1968). A functional analysis of certain chipped stone tools. American Antiquity, 33(2), 149-155.
- Shott, M. (1989). On tool class use lives and the formation of archaeological assemblages. American Antiquity, 50, 9?30.
- Cahen, D., Keeley, L. H., Van Noten, F. L., Behm, J. A., Busby, C. I., Dunnell, R. C., ... & Movius Jr, H. L. (1979). Stone tools, toolkits, and human behavior in prehistory [and comments and reply]. Current Anthropology, 20(4), 661-683.
- Bleed, P. (1986). The optimal design of hunting weapons: maintainability or reliability? American Antiquity, 51, 737?747.
Technological Organization
- Bamforth DB. 1990. Settlement, raw material, and lithic procurement in the central Mojave Desert. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 9(1):70- 104. 
- Milliken S. 1998. The Role of Raw Material Availability in Technological Organization: A Case Study from the south-east Italian Late Paleolithic. In: Milliken S, editor. The Organization of Lithic Technology in Late Glacial and Early Postglacial Europe: BAR. 
- Kuhn SL. 1994. A formal approach to the design and assembly of mobile toolkits. American Antiquity 59(3):426-442. 
- Morrow TA. 1996. Bigger is better: Comments on Kuhn's formal approach to mobile tool kits. American Antiquity 61(3):581-590.
- Nelson MC. 1991. The study of technological organization. Archaeological Method and Theory 3:57-100. 
- Holdaway, S., Douglass, M., 2012. A twenty-first century archaeology of stone artifacts, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 19, 101-131.
- Riel-Salvatore, J., 2010. A niche construction perspective on the middle–upper paleolithic Course Schedule and Topics* transition in Italy, Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 17, 323-355. 
- Douglass, M.J., Holdaway, S.J., Fanning, P.C. & Shiner, J.I. 2008. An assessment and archaeological application of cortex measurement in lithic assemblages. American Antiquity 513-526.
Reduction Sequence and Chaine Operatoire
- Shott MJ. 2003. Chaîne opératoire and reduction sequence. Lithic Technology 28(2):95-105. 
- Clarkson C, Hiscock P. 2011. Estimating original flake mass from 3D scans of platform area. Journal of Archaeological Science 38(5):1062-1068. 
- Conard NJ, Soressi M, Parkington JE, Wurz S, Yates R. 2004. A unified lithic taxonomy based on patterns of core reduction. South African Archaeological Bulletin 59(179):12-16. 
- Tostevin GB. 2011. Levels of theory and social practice in the reduction sequence and Chaine Operatoire methods of Lithic Analysis. PaleoAnthropology 2011:351-375. 
- Inizan, M.-L., Reduron-Ballinger, M., Roche, H., Tixier, J., 1999. Technology and Terminology of Knapped Stone, CREP, Nanterre. 
- Van Peer P, Bar-Yosef O. 2009. The Chaine Operatoire Approach in Middle Paleolithic Archaeology. Current Anthropology 50(1):103-131. 
- Boëda, E. (1994). Le concept Levallois: variabilité des méthodes. Archéo éditions.
- Boëda, E., Geneste, J. M., & Meignen, L. (1990). Identification de chaînes opératoires lithiques du Paléolithique ancien et moyen. Paléo, Revue d'Archéologie Préhistorique, 2(1), 43-80.
Stone Tools and Evolution
- Bettinger RL, Eerkens JW. 1999. Point typologies, cultural transmission, and the spread of bow-and arrow technology in the Prehistoric Great Basin. American Antiquity 64:231-242. 
- Bettinger RL. 1997. Evolutionary implications of metrical variation in Great Basin projectile points. In: Barton CM, Clark GA, editors. Rediscovering Darwin: evolutionary teheory and archaeological explanation. 7th ed. Washington: American Anthropological Association. p 177-191. 
- Fitzhugh B. 2001. Risk and invention in human technological evolution. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 20(2):125-167. 
- Lycett SJ, Norton CJ. 2010. A demographic model for Palaeolithic technological evolution: The case of East Asia and the Movius Line. Quaternary International 211(1-2):55-65. 
- Mesoudi A, O'Brien MJ. 2008. The cultural transmission of great basin projectile-point technology I:An experimental simulation. American Antiquity 73:3-28. 
- Kuhn SL. 2004. Evolutionary perspectives on technology and technological change. World Archaeology 36(4):561-570. 
- Bettinger, R. L. (2009). Macroevolutionary Theory and Archaeology: Is There a Big Picture? Macroevolution in Human Prehistory, Springer: 275-295.
Projectiles or Not
- Shea JJ. 2006. The origins of lithic projectile point technology: evidence from Africa, the Levant, and Europe. Journal of Archaeological Science 33(6):823-846. -Shea JJ, Davis Z, Brown K. 2001. Experimental tests of Middle Palaeolithic spear points using a calibrated crossbow. Journal of Archaeological Science 28(8):807-816. -Shea JJ. 1997. Middle Paleolithic Spear Point Technology. In: Knecht H, editor. Projectile Technology. New York: Plenum Press. p 79-106. 
- Holdaway S. 1989. Were There Hafted Projectile Points in the Mousterian? Journal of Field Archaeology 16:79-85. -Solecki RL. 1992. More on hafted projectile points in the Mousterian. Journal of Field Archaeology 19(2):207-212. -Lombard M. 2005. Evidence of hunting and hafting during the Middle Stone Age at Sibidu Cave, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa: a multianalytical approach. Journal of Human Evolution 48(3):279- 300. 
- Villa, P., Soressi, M., Henshilwood, C.S., Mourre, V., 2009. The Still Bay points of Blombos Cave (South Africa), J. Archaeol. Sci. 36, 441-460. -Wilkins, J., Schoville, B.J., Brown, K.S., Chazan, M., 2012. Evidence for Early Hafted Hunting Technology, Science 338, 942-946.
- Villa, P., Boscato, P., Ranaldo, F., Ronchitelli, A., 2009. Stone tools for the hunt: points with impact scars from a Middle Paleolithic site in southern Course Schedule and Topics* Italy, J. Archaeol. Sci. 36, 850-859. 
Cognition 
-  Wynn T, Tierson F. 1990. Regional comparison of the shapes of later Acheulean handaxes. American Anthropologist 92(1):73-84. 
- McPherron SP. 2000. Handaxes as a measure of the mental capabilities of early hominids. Journal of Archaeological Science 27(8):655-663. 
Style and shape
- Hayden, B. (1984). Are Emic Types Relevant to Archaeology? Ethnohistory, 31(2), 79-92.
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CURRICULUM VITAE Name: Enza Elena Spinapolice Title: PhD Born in Foggia, Italy, November 03rd, 1976 Office address: Museo delle Origini, Università Roma Sapienza, Piazzale Aldo Moro 5, 00185 Roma Telephone: (0039) 0649913926 E-mail: enzaelena.spinapolice@uniroma1.it Research Interests • Archaeology of early Homo sapiens • Relation between behavioral and biological modernity • Neanderthal archaeology • Mousterian/MSA mobility strategies and settlement systems • Lithic technology and raw material provenance analysis Positions Held 2019- Present Associate Professor, Università La Sapienza. 2016 – 2018 ResResearch Student BA thesis supervisor - Caterina Aureli, ongoing earcher, Università La Sapienza. 2015 Research Associate Leverhulme Centre For Human Evolutionary Studies, Department of Archaeology & Anthropology, Cambridge University, UK. 2013-2014 Research Associate, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Department of Human Evolution, Leipzig, Germany. 2011-2013 Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Department of Human Evolution, Leipzig, Germany. 2009-2011 Marie Curie Incoming International Fellow, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. Department of Human Evolution, Leipzig, Germany. Education 2004-2008 European PhD (with honors) in Prehistoric Archaeology, La Sapienza University and Bordeaux 1 University (Institute of Prehistory and Geology of the Quaternary, Bordeaux, France). Dissertation: Technologie lithique et circulation des matières premières au Paléolithique moyen dans le Salento (Pouilles, Italie) : perspectives comportementales. Directors: Prof. A. Bietti, M. Piperno and. J. Jaubert. 2003-2004 M.A. (1st class) Paleoanthropology and Prehistory, Bordeaux 1 University (France). Dissertation: The anvil percussion in Central Italy. Director: Prof. J. Jaubert. 2002 B.A. (1st class with honors) Prehistoric Archaeology, Dep. of Archaeology, Rome “La Sapienza” University, Rome. Dissertation: A multidisciplinary approach to the study of Last Neanderthals: new data on the final Mousterian site of Grotta Breuil (Lazio, Italy). Director: Prof. A. Bietti. 1995-2002 Prehistoric Archaeology at Rome “La Sapienza” University, Rome, Italy. Teaching 2018-2019: Tecnologia Litica, LM, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Roma La Sapienza. 2018-2019: Archeologia Sperimentale Avanzato, LM, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Roma La Sapienza. 2017-2018: Tecnologia Litica, LM, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Roma La Sapienza. 2016-2017: Tecnologia Litica, LT, Dipartimento di Scienze dell’Antichità, Roma La Sapienza. RESEARCH PROJECTS PI 2014 - present Principal Investigator in the (H)Origin project, on origin of MSA in East Africa. 2014 - 2016 Principal Investigator in the TRANSITION project. Excavation and analysis of Uluzzo C and Uluzzo sites, Salento, Apulia, Italy. 2009-2011 – principal investigator of the ATERIAN project, on the behavioral aspect of MSA in North Africa. 2009 PI, Middle Paleolithic site of Bénazit, in Cazères-sur-l'Adour, (Landes, Aquitaine, France). 2004-2006 P.I Salento Project Survey, Istituto Italiano di Paleontologia Umana, “Roma la Sapienza” University. Collaborator 2016–present collaborator ERC SUCCESS, “The Earliest migration of Homo sapiens in southern Europe” PI Prof. Stefano Benazzi (Bologna University). 2016- 2018 collaborator RRI-net project, “Responsible research Innovation: limiti e potenzialità di un quadro interpretativo per la progettazione europea” PI Prof. Giovanni Destro-Bisol (Sapienza University). 2015 - present collaborator “Scavi archeologici nella Dancalia eritrea: una storia di un milione di anni”, PI prof. Alfredo Coppa (Sapienza University). Team Member 2013 – 2017 Research team member “In Africa: The role of East Africa in the evolution of human diversity”. PI M. Mirazon Lahr (Cambridge University). 2012 – 2014 Research team member “Missione archeologica italiana a Melka Kunture e Balchit (Etiopia).” PI M. Mussi (Roma- La Sapienza University, Italy). 2009-2012 Research team member “Missione Congiunta Italo-Libica nel Jebel Gharbi – Libia”. PI E. Garcea (Cassino University, Italy) and B.E. Barich (Roma- La Sapienza University, Italy). 2006-2010 Co-PI in Riparo Mochi (Balzi Rossi di Grimaldi) research team. In charge of spatial analysis and refitting. Responsible of excavation method, lithic analysis and refitting. Bordeaux University and Trento University, Soprintendenza della Liguria. 2006-2008 Collaboration in field and laboratory research, Soprintendenza Archeologica della Puglia, Dott. M. A. Gorgoglione. 2000-2006 Collaboration in projects financed by “Ministero per l'Università e la Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologica (MIUR)”, Dipartimento di Biologia Animale e dell’Uomo, University “Rome- La Sapienza”, PI prof. A. Bietti. GRANTS AND SCHOLARSHIPS 2015 Rita Levi Montalcini Grant, Italian Ministry of Education (210.373 €). 2015 SIR, “Scientific independence of young researchers”, Italian Ministry of Education (379.282 €). 2015 Leakey Grant, Uluzzian Project (25000 $, PI Marco Peresani, Ferrara University). 2009-2011 Intra-European Fellowship (Call: FP7-PEOPLE-2008-1EF), People - Marie Curie Actions - Seventh Framework Programme, European Union (161.686,39 €). 2004-2007 University Grant for the European Ph.D (10.000 €). 2004-2007 Full tuition scholarship for Doctoral studies, University Rome - La Sapienza (First Place) (30.000 €). 2003 1st Prize Istituto Italiano di Preistoria e Protostoria: Award for the best BA Dissertation of the year and Grant to prolong research on the subject. (5.000 €) 1999- 2001 Annual Grant to collaborate with Dipartimento di Paletnologia, University of Rome - La Sapienza. MAIN FIELD EXPERIENCE Principal Investigator 2015- Present Yabelo - MSA/LSA/Pastoral site, Borana Zone, Southern Ethiopia. 2015- Present Gotera - MSA site, Borana Zone, Southern Ethiopia. 2015- Present Uluzzo C - Middle to Upper Palaeolithic site– Nardò (Lecce) Italy. 2007-2010 Riparo Mochi, Balzi Rossi, Grimaldi. Middle and Upper Palaeolithic. Directors Dr. S. Grimaldi (Trento University) and A. del Lucchese (Soprintendenza Archeologica Liguria). 2005-2006 Salento (Apulia, Southern Italy) geo-archaeological survey promoted by Istituto Italiano di Paleontologia Umana (ISIPU). Joint Director 2000-2006 Riparo Mochi, Balzi Rossi, Middle-Upper Palaeolithic. Director Prof. A. Bietti (La Sapienza University) and A. del Lucchese (Soprintendenza Archeologica Liguria). 2003 Grotta Breuil, Latium, Central Italy, Middle Palaeolithic. Director Prof. A. Bietti (La Sapienza University). Contract archaeology 2009 Principal investigator in Acheulean site of Benazit, Landes, France. Paleotime SARL. 2003-2007 Rome, Fiumicino, field evaluation and excavation of Middle Bronze, Iron and Roman age features in humid environment (marshy areas with peat). Excavation of wood and other organic features. Direction of Soprintendenza Archeologica di Ostia (Dr. A. Morelli). 2002-2007 Rome, archaeological evaluations in urban contexts. Director Soprintendenza Archeologica di Roma. Main Participations 2002-2005 Grotta S. Angelo, Abruzzo, Central Italy, Upper Palaeolithic. Director Prof. A. Bietti (La Sapienza University) and Istituto Italiano di Paleontologia Umana. 32000 Lanné Darré, Midi Pirenées, France, Lower Palaeolithic. Director Dr. D. Colonge. 1999 Grotta S. Maria, Abruzzo, Central Italy, Final Upper Palaeolithic. Director Prof. A. Bietti (La Sapienza University) and Istituto Italiano di Paleontologia Umana. 1998 Toppo Daguzzo, Basilicata, Eneolithic. Direction Prof. M. Cipolloni (Université de Urbino). 1998 Grotta Breuil, Latium Central Italy, Middle Palaeolithic. Director Prof. A. Bietti (La Sapienza University) and Istituto Italiano di Paleontologia Umana. PUBLICATIONS AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATION Publications E. M. L. Scerri & E. E. Spinapolice, 2019 “Lithics of the North African Middle Stone Age: assumptions, evidence and future directions”, Journal of Anthroplogical Science. E. E. Spinapolice “Lithic variability and cultures in the East African MSA” in «Culture history and convergent evolution - Can we detect populations in prehistory? », Groucutt, ed. Springer, 2019. Spinapolice, E. E., Zerboni, A, Meyer, M. Usai, D. 2018 “Early Human Occupation at al-Jamrab (White Nile Region, Central Sudan): A Contribution to the Understanding of the MSA of Eastern Africa”, Journal of African Archaeology 16 (2018), 1-14. E. E. Spinapolice 2018 «Les Néandertaliens du talon. Technologie lithique et mobilité au Paléolithique moyen dans le Salento (Pouilles, Italie méridionale) ». Oxford, Archaeopress pp.1-224. Carletti, E., Fusco, M; Gallinaro, M; Zerboni, A, Spinapolice, E.E. 2018 “Raw material exploitation and lithic variability at the MSA site of Gotera, Southern Ethiopia: technological and quantitative approaches combined” in Proceedings of the 2018 IEEE International Workshop on Metrology for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage, pp. 140-148. E. E Spinapolice, 2018 «Neanderthal mobility pattern and technological organization in the Salento (Apulia, Italy) », in “Palaeolithic Italy. Advanced studies on early human adaptation in the Apennine peninsula” eds. Borgia V., Cristiani E., Sidestone Press, Leiden. Bruner, E., Spinapolice E.E., Burke, A. and Overmann L., 2018 «Visuospatial integration: paleoanthropological and archaeological perspectives», in “The evolution of primates cognition” (Di Vincenzo et al., eds.), Springer., pp. 299-326. Gallinaro, M., Zerboni, A., Solomon, T., & Spinapolice, E. E., 2018. Rock Art Between Preservation, Research and Sustainable Development—a Perspective from Southern Ethiopia. African Archaeological Review, 1-13. Fiorini, A., Curci, A., Benazzi, S., & Spinapolice, E. E., 2018. Il sistema di documentazione digitale dello scavo archeologico nel sito di Uluzzo C (Nardò, LE). Sezione di Museologia Scientifica e Naturalistica, 13, 68-70. E. E. Spinapolice, M. Gallinaro, A. Zerboni, 2017 «New investigations in southern Ethiopia (Yabelo and Gotera): Pleistocene and Holocene Archaeological Evidence», SCIENZE DELL’ANTICHITÀ 23 (1), pp. 37-47. E. E. Spinapolice, 2016 «From primitivism to a contemporary view of prehistory. A new tale», Quaderni Storici, pp. 290-300. E. Bruner. E. Spinapolice. A. Fedato 2016 - Digito ergo sum: cervello, corpo, ambiente. Micromega, Settembre 2016, pp. 27-49. E. E. Spinapolice, “Neanderthal mobility pattern and technological organization in the Salento Mousterian” in “Il Paleolitico e il Mesolitico in Italia: nuove ricerche e prospettive di studio”. Pp. 43-44. E. E. Spinapolice, 2015 «Third hand: a testable hypothesis», Journal of Anthropological Sciences Vol. 93 (2015), pp. 169-171. E. E. Spinapolice and E. A. A. Garcea, 2014 «Aterian lithic technology and settlement system in the Jebel Gharbi, North-Western Libya», Quaternary International 350 (2014), pp.241-253. M. Mussi, F. Altamura, D. Geraads, R. Grün, R. T. Melis, E.E. Spinapolice 2014 « A preliminary re-assessment of Garba III at Melka Kunture, a Middle Stone Age site with archaic Homo sapiens remains», Quaternary International 343, 2014, pp. 28–39. E. Spinapolice, 2014 «Il Paleolitico antico e medio della Calabria» In M. Cerzoso, A. Vanzetti (eds) «Catalogo dell'esposizione del Museo Civico dei Brettii e degli Enotri, Cosenza, ». Catanzaro: Ed. Rubettino, pp. 27-30. E.E. Spinapolice, and E.A.A. Garcea, 2013 «The Aterian from the Jebel Gharbi (Libya): new technological perspectives from North Africa ». African Archaeological Review 30 (2), pp 169-194. K. Douka and E.E. Spinapolice, 2012 « Neanderthal shell tool production: evidence from Middle Palaeolithic Italy and Greece ». Journal of Word Prehistory 25 (2012), pp. 45–79. E.E. Spinapolice, 2012 « Mousterian lithic industry and raw material economy from Salento (Apulia, Italy): new perspectives on Neanderthals mobility patterns». Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (2012), pp. 680- 689. A. Tagliacozzo, F. Zeppieri, I. Fiore, E. Spinapolice, A. Del Lucchese, 2012 « Archaeozoological evidence of subsistence strategies during the Gravettian at Riparo Mochi (Balzi Rossi, Ventimiglia, Imperia - Italy) ». Quaternary International 252 (2012), pp. 142–154. E. Spinapolice, 2011 «Cazères sur Adour, Bénazit », in « Bilan scientifique 2009. Direction régionale des Affaires culturelles Aquitaine ». Service régional d’archéologie, pp. 202-203. A. Bietti, E. Cancellieri, C. Corinaldesi, S. Grimaldi, E. Spinapolice, 2009-2010 « La percussion sur enclume en Italie centrale thyrrenèenne », in Mourre and Jarry (eds.) « Entre le marteau et l’enclume». Actes de la table ronde de Toulouse, 15-17 mars 2004, PALEO 2009-2010, numéro spécial, p. 143-180. S. Grimaldi and E. Spinapolice, 2010 «The late mousterian of Grotta Breuil (Monte Circeo, Lazio, Italy): interpreting new and ancient data», in «Middle Palaeolithic Human Activity and Palaeoecology: New Discoveries and Ideas», ed. by Jan Michal Burdukiewicz and Andrzej Wisniewski, Wroclaw, pp. 413-424. E. Spinapolice, 2009 «Lithic industries and raw material in southern Italy Mousterian: an example from Grotta dei Giganti (Salento, Apulia)», in «Non-flint raw material use in prehistory / L’utilisation préhistorique de matières premières lithiques alternatives». Proceedings of the XV World Congress UISPP (Lisbon, 4-9 September 2006) Oxford, BAR International Series, pp. 177-186. 4 E. Cristiani and E. Spinapolice 2009 «Approccio tecno-sperimentale all'industria su Callista chione. Nuovi risultati da Grotta dei Giganti (LE)». Proceedings of the 5° Convegno Nazionale di Archeozoologia - Rovereto 10-12 novembre 2006, pp. 85-88. Bietti A., Del Lucchese A., Negrino F., Spinapolice E. (2008). Riparo Mochi. Balzi Rossi (Ventimiglia). ARCHEOLOGIA IN LIGURIA, vol. 1, p. 237-238 S. Grimaldi, E. Spinapolice, E. Cancellieri, C. Corinaldesi, 2007, «Approccio sperimentale alla percussione su incudine nel Musteriano laziale», Proceedings of the XL Riunione Scientifica “Strategie di insediamento fra Lazio e Campania in età Preistorica e Protostorica”, Roma, 30 Novembre - 03 Dicembre 2005, pp. 295-304. E. Spinapolice, 2007 «Analisi informatizzata della distribuzione dei reperti dello strato 7 di Grotta Breuil (Monte Circeo, Lazio)», Proceedings of the XL Riunione Scientifica “Strategie di insediamento fra Lazio e Campania in età Preistorica e Protostorica”, Roma, 30 Novembre- 03 Dicembre 2005, pp. 31-34. E. Spinapolice, 2006 «L’uso dello spazio a Grotta Breuil: risultati preliminari dall’analisi degli strati inferiori (6,7 e 8) », Rivista di Scienze Preistoriche LVI, pag. 39-52. D. Zampetti, F. Alhaique, C. Lemorini, E. Cristiani, R. Campanella, A. Pasquini, E. Spinapolice, 2004 «L'archeologia sperimentale e la documentazione etnografica come strumenti interpretativi dei manufatti in osso» in “Atti del 2° Convegno Nazionale di Etnoarcheologia (Mondaino 7/8 Giugno 2001)”, M. Barogi and F. Lugli (eds.), pag.122-128. Abstracts M. Mussi, R. Melis, F. Altamura, E.E. Spinapolice, 2014 “Garba III (Melka Kunture, Ethiopia): reanalysis of the space patterning and dwelling structures of an early MSA site.” XVII World UISPP Congress 2014 Burgos, 1-7 September, in “Technological change and behavioral variability in the MSA”. Spinapolice, E., Riel-Salvatore, J, Cancellieri, E., 2007 “Continuity and discontinuity in raw material exploitation and procurement from Middle to Final Upper Palaeolithic in the Salento (Apulia, Southern Italy)”. Integrated methodological approaches to the study of lithic technology. Fl13-15 december 2007. Florence, Conference presentations and posters E. E. Spinapolice, M. Gallinaro, A. Zerboni, T. Solomon, H. Berhane, M. Fusco, E. Carletti, L Guidi “Italian Archaeological Mission in Southern Ethiopia” poster presented at the IAM conference, Cairo, 4-8 December 2018. Fusco, M., Carletti, E. and Spinapolice, E.E., 2018. “Raw material exploitation and lithic variability at the MSA site of Gotera, Southern Ethiopia”. African Archaeology Research Day –AARD 2018, University of Cambdrige, Cambridge, UK, November 24th 2018. Ying-Li Wu, F. Villa, F. Cappitelli, M. Gallinaro, E. Spinapolice, M. Cremaschi, A. Zerboni “Investigating the role of biofilms in the weathering and preservation of rock-art”, Paper presented at the 3rd European Conference on Biodeterioration of Stone Monuments, November 8-9, 2018 Carletti, E., Fusco, M; Gallinaro, M; Zerboni, A, Spinapolice, E.E. “Raw material exploitation and lithic variability at the MSA site of Gotera, Southern Ethiopia: technological and quantitative approaches combined “. Cassino 22-24 October 2018. F. Badino, A. Moroni, F. Negrino, M. Peresani , R. Pini , C. Ravazzi , E. Spinapolice , A. Ronchitelli , S. Benazzi “Palaeoecological analysis of sediments documenting the Middle-Upper Palaeolithic age transition in Alpine and Mediterranean ecosystems; palaeoenvironmental and quantitative palaeoclimate reconstructions. A contribution to the ERC Project "SUCCESS" – XVIII° UISPP World Congress in Paris (4-9 June 2018). M. Romandini, S. Arrighi, D. Aureli, E. Bortolini, P. Boscato, F. Boschin, J. Crezzini, C. Figus, A. Moroni, F. Negrino, Marco Peresani, G. Pothier Bouchard, J. Riel-Salvatore, A. Ronchitelli, E. Spinapolice, S. Benazzi, 2018 “Mammals and birds in Italy: a view across the MP-UP humans transition”. XVIII° UISPP World Congress in Paris (4-9 June 2018). S. Arrighi, M. Romandini, D. Aureli, E. Bortolini, P. Boscato, F. Boschin, J. Crezzini, C. Figus, A. Moroni, F. Negrino, M. Peresani, J. Riel-Salvatore, A. Ronchitelli, E. E. Spinapolice, S. Benazzi “Bone artefacts from transitional and Early Upper Palaeolithic techno-complexes in Italy” XVIII° UISPP World Congress in Paris (4-9 June 2018). S.Benazzi, E. Bortolini, S. Arrighi, D. Aureli, F. Badino, C. Figus, M. Romandini, P. Boscato, A Cipriani, R Feeney, A. Moroni, F. Negrino, M. Peresani, R. Pini, C. Ravazzi, T. Ryan, E. Spinapolice, A. Ronchitelli 2018 “The earliest migration of Homo sapiens in southern Europe: an ERC grant to understand the biocultural processes that define our uniqueness” XVIII° UISPP World Congress in Paris (4-9 June 2018). S. Arrighi, M. Romandini, D. Aureli, E. Bortolini, P. Boscato, F. Boschin, J. Crezzini, C. Figus, A. Moroni, F. Negrino, M. Peresani, J. Riel-Salvatore, A. Ronchitelli, E. E. Spinapolice, S.Benazzi 2018 “Bone artefacts from transitional and Early Upper Palaeolithic techno-complexes in Italy” XVIII° UISPP World Congress in Paris (4-9 June 2018). S. Arrighi, M. Romandini, D. Aureli, E. Bortolini, C. Figus, F. Manuela, P. Boscato, F. Boschin, J.Crezzini, A. Moroni, F. Negrino, P. Marco, J.Riel-Salvatore, A. Ronchitelli, E. E. Spinapolice, S. Benazzi 2018 “Ornaments and Pigments and their implications in behavioural modernity during the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition in Italy” XVIII° UISPP World Congress in Paris (4-9 June 2018). K. Nicoll, E. Spinapolice, A. Zerboni 2018 “GO WEST ‘Out of Africa' through the desert side? A review of archaeological and environmental records across the NE Sahara” XVIII° UISPP World Congress in Paris (4-9 June 2018). E. E Spinapolice, M. Gallinaro, T. Salomon, H. Birhane, A. Zerboni "The place of Southern Ethiopia in peopling of East Africa: new investigations in Gotera and Yabelo.” EAAP Sixth Biennial Meeting Addis Ababa July 30° - August 2° 2017. E. E. Spinapolice “Challenges of a trans-regional approach to the study of MSA in East Africa: the (H)ORIGIN project” 1st Workshop on Archaeology in Africa, Potentials and perspectives on laboratory & fieldwork research. Sapienza University of Rome 6-7 December 2017. E. E. Spinapolice, A. Van Baelen, J. M. Maíllo-Fernández, R. Foley, M. Mirazón-Lahr “Is there a point? MSA lithic technology in West Turkana, Kenya”, SAFA biennial meeting, Toulouse June 26, Julliet 2 2016. E.E. Spinapolice “East African MSA: Regionalization and Variability”, SAA 81ST ANNUAL MEETING, Orlando, Florida April 6-10, 2016. E.E. Spinapolice “Mobilità neandertaliana e organizzazione tecnologica nel Musteriano del Salento”, in "Il Paleolitico e il Mesolitico in Italia - Nuove ricerche e prospettive di studio", Genova 4-5 Febbraio 2016. Rué M., Adamiec G., Ajas A., Bernard-Guelle S., Courty M.-A., Dawson M.-C., Fedoroff N., Fernandes P., Martin B., Monin G., Picavet R., Remicourt M., Spinapolice E.E., Tallet P., «Paléosols pléistocènes et occupations humaines en contexte de dépôt condensé : apports et limites de la micromorphologie à l'étude de sites paléolithiques du Bassin aquitain. » E.E. Spinapolice “The transition in Italy: archaeology of the Neanderthal extinction”, UNESCO CONFERENCE, Granada, 10 December 2014. E. E. Spinapolice «New Insights on the Early Middle Stone Age of Garba III, Melka Kunture, Ethiopia», ‘THE AFRICAN ROOTS OF HUMAN BEHAVIOUR’ symposium, Cambridge May 15th 2014. M. Mussi, F. Altamura, D. Geraads, R.Grün, R. T. Melis, E.E. Spinapolice «A preliminary re-assessment of Garba III at Melka Kunture, a Middle Stone Age site with archaic Homo sapiens remains», 18th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, DIRE DAWA: 29 Oct. - 2 Nov. 2012. E. Spinapolice and E.A.A. Garcea 2012 «Integrating lithic analysis in tracking out-of-Africa migrations: new evidence from the Jebel Gharbi, NW Libya», Conference “Middle Palaeolithic in the Desert”, Oxford, 13-14 January 2012. T. Tsanova, E. Spinapolice 2010, « À la charnière entre le débitage Levallois et le débitage semi-tournant. Exemples des ensembles lithiques de la transition entre le Paléolithique moyen et le Paléolithique supérieur en Europe orientale et en Afrique du Nord (80-40 Ka) » XXVIIe congrès préhistorique de France, Bordeaux – Les Eyzies 31 mai-5 juin 2010. "Transition, rupture ou continuité au Paléolithique moyen : le statut de la production laminaire volumétrique" (Locht, J-L., Ortega, I., Soressi M.). E. Spinapolice, A. Delagnes, J. Jaubert, 2010 «Tracking human migrations through the lithic record: a challenging task ». XXVIIe congrès préhistorique de France, Bordeaux – Les Eyzies 31 mai-5 juin 2010. "Settlement Dynamics of the Middle Paleolithic and Middle Stone Age. UISPP Session (Commission 27)”. (N.Conard . et A. Delagnes). E. Spinapolice, J. Riel-Salvatore and E. Cancellieri 2007 « Continuity and discontinuity in raw material exploitation and procurement from Middle to Final Upper Palaeolithic in the Salento (Apulia) », International Conference “Approcci metodologici integrati per lo studio dei manufatti litici preistorici”, Firenze 13-15 dicembre, 2007. Bietti A., Grimaldi S., Spinapolice E., Negrino, F., Cristiani, E., Ruggeri, D., Cancellieri, E. 2006 « Le Grotte del Monte Circeo e non solo. Riflessioni sul comportamento umano nel Pleistocene superiore ». International conference « Nostro fratello Neanderthal », Sabaudia (Italy) 21-22 Ottobre 2006 . A. Bietti, C. Corinaldesi, S. Grimaldi, E. Spinapolice 2003 «The late Mousterian of Grotta Breuil », poster presented at EAA 2003, San Petersburg. Invited lectures 2014 Invited Lecture, Cape Town University “The east African perspective on the Origin of Modern Humans”. 2013 Invited Lecture at the INA Coloquium, Tubingen University “New Insights and perspectives in the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic Transition in Italy”. 2012 Invited Lecture at the McDonald Institute, Cambridge “The emergence and diffusion of modern humans analysed through lithic technology”. 2007 Invited lectures in Palaeolithic archaeology, Prof. Zampetti, Roma – La Sapienza University « The Uluzzian and the beginning of the Upper Palaeolithic in Italy. Introduction to the problematic». Workshops and seminars 2018 E.E. Spinapolice “Le origini e l’espansione di Homo sapiens in Africa: il dibattito in corso”, corso per accompagnatori culturali, Comune di Marina di Camerota, 27 Settembre 2018. 2017 Italian-Israeli Bi-National Workshop on: “Environmental Constraints and the Dispersal of the Modern Human
in Eurasia between 45,000 and 20,000 years ago”27th-28th November 2017 Museo-Storico-Archaeologico (MUSA) dell’Università del Salento, Lecce, Italy. 2016 Parting the Red Sea: Late Pleistocene Human Dispersals and Lithic Variability in Arabia and the Horn of Africa ”, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, April 3-4 2016. 2014 The Archaeology of Modern Human Evolution in Africa’, Leverhulme Centre for Human Evolutionary Studies, University of Cambridge, 16-17 May 2014. 2005-2006 Students Tutoring at the Summer School promoted by ALPINET project in Riparo Mochi, Liguria. Workshops, seminars, experimental archaeology and field techniques. Major field work reports for preventive archaeology 2010 E. Spinapolice (ed.) « Bénazit. Cazères sur Adour (40). Rapport de fouille préventive», Société Paléotime. 210pp. Public Outreach 2014 “Vorrei la pelle nera”, Corriere Immigrazione, Agosto 2014. http://www.corrieredellemigrazioni.it/2014/08/07/vorrei-pelle-nera/ . “Non sono razzista. Punto. Senza ma”. Carriere Internazionali, 20 Marzo 2014. http://carriereinternazionali.com/rubrica/giornata-mondiale-controrazzis... . 2013 Professione (Paleo)Antropologa. Il percorso interdisciplinare di Enza Spinapolice http://www.professioneantropologo.it/2013/04/21/professione-paleoantropo... . 2012 Curator of the board “Prehistory” in the Italian home-schooling blog “Lapappadolce”, http://www.lapappadolce.net/guest-post-perche-insegnare-la-preistoria-ai... http://www.lapappadolce.net/guest-post-trova-le-differenze-ovvero-come-d...


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