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Raymond A. Dart
American journal of physical anthropology, 1948

The Predatory Transition from Ape to Man [PDF]
Raymond A. Dart
International Anthropological and Linguistic Review, 1953

Australopithecines : the hunters or the hunted ? [PDF]
American anthropologist, 1957

The Hunters (film) [Part 1] [Part 2]
John Marshall, 1958

African Genesis, A Personal Investigation into the Animal Origins and Nature of Man (livre) [Wikipedia en] [Wikipedia fr]
Robert Ardrey
Story design LTD, 1961

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On agression [Wikipedia en]
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Elman  Service
Prentice-Hall, 1966

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The american naturalist, 1966

The naked Ape : a zoologist study of the human animal [Wikipedia en] [Wikipedia fr]
Desmond Morris, 1967

Man the hunter (livre) [PDF ch4] [PDF ch28] [Recension 1969]
Lee & Devore
Aldine Publishing Company, 1968

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Glynn Isaac
World archeology, 1971

The descent of woman (livre) [Wikipedia en]
Elaine Morgan
Souvenir press, 1972

Factors in the Division of Labor by Sex: A Cross-Cultural Analysis [Texte]
George P. Murdock & Caterina Provost
Ethnology, 1973

Woman the gatherer : male bias in anthropology [Texte]
Sally Slocum
In Toward an anthropology of women, 1975

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Kevin Duffy (Turnbull), 1975

A man called bee : Studying the Hanomamö (film) [] [Wikipedia en]
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Optimal foraging: The marginal value theorem [PDF]
Eric Charnov
Theoretical popuation theory, 1976

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Robert Ardrey, 1976

Women in Evolution. Part I: Innovation and Selection in Human Origins [PDF]
Tanner & Zihlman
Signs, 1976

Women in Evolution, Part II: Subsistence and Social Organization among Early Hominids [PDF]
Adrienne L. Zihlman
Women, Science, and Society, 1978

The food-sharing behavior of protohuman hominids [Texte]
Glynn Isaac
Scientific American, 1978

Myths about hunter-gatherers [PDF]
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Ethnology, 1978

The food-sharing behavior of protohuman hominids [Texte]
Glynn Isaac
Scientific american, 1978

CHAGS 1 [Présentation Lee] [Présentation Sterling]

Protein Deficiency and Tribal Warfare in Amazonia: New Data [PDF]
Chagnon & Hames
Science, 1979

Food sharing among Ache foragers: tests of explanatory hypotheses [PDF]
Kaplan & Hill
Current anthropology, 1979

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World Archeology, 1980

The origin of man [PDF]
C. Owen Lovejoy
Science, 1981

Woman the Gatherer (Livre) [Présentation] [Recension Nancy Tanner][Recension] [Google Books]
Frances Dahlberg
Yale University Press, 1981

Bones : ancient men and modern myths [Recension fr]
Lewis R. Binford
Academic press, 1981

Cutmarks made by stone tools on bones from Olduvai gorge, Tanzania [PDF]
Potts & Shipman
Nature, 1981

The hunters or the hunted ? : an introduction to african cave taphonomy [Recension fr]
C. K. Brain
University of Chicago Press, 1981

On becoming human (livre) [Recension en] [Recension en] [Google books]
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Cambridge university press, 1981

What happened to Woman the Gatherer ? [Abstract]
Adrienne L. Zihlman, 1982

The aquatic ape (livre) [PDF]
Elaine Morgan, 1982

Why hunters gather : optimal foraging and the Ache of eastern Paraguay [PDF]
Hawkes et al.
American ethnologist, 1982

Early hominid hunting, butchering, and carcass-processing behaviors:
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Shipman & Rose
Journal of anthropological archeology, 1983

Man the Scavenger [PDF]
Kathleen D. Gordon
Anthro notes (National museum of natural history nexsletter for teachers), 1984

Man the scavenger; hominids of 2 million years ago ate meat: but were they hunters or scavengers? [Extrait]
Roger Lewin
Science, 1984

The Compatibility of Hunting and Mothering among the Agta Hunter-Gatherers of the Philippines [PDF]
Goodman et al.
Sex roles, 1985

Human ancestors : changing views of their behavior [PDF]
Lewis R. Binford
Journal of anthropological archaeology, 1985

Systematic butchery by Plio / Pleistocene hominids at Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania [Abstract]
Bunn et al.
Current anthropology, 1986

Were There Elephant Hunters at Torralba? [Abstract]
Lewis Binford
In Evolution of human huning, 1987

 » Man the Hunter »: Bias in children’s archaeology books [PDF]
Fiona Burtt
Archeological review from Cambridge, 1987

Man the hunted: Determinants of household spacing in desert and tropical foraging societies [Abstract]
Gould & Yellen
Journal of anthropological archeology, 1987

An Experimental Model of the Timing of Hominid and Carnivore Influence on Archaeological Bone Assemblages [Abstract]
Robert J. Blumenshine
Journal of archeological science, 1988

Quaternary megafaunal extinctions: Variations on a theme by paganini
Jared Diamond [Abstract]
Journal of archaeological science, 1989

Show off hypothesis

Hominid carnivory and foraging strategies, and the socio-economic function of early archaeological sites [Abstract]
Robert J. Blumenshine
Philosophical transactions of the royal society B, 1991

Hunting income patterns among the Hadza: big game, common goods, foraging goals and the evolution of the human diet [PDF] [PDF meilleure qualité]
Hawkes et al.
Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society B, 1991

Art, Science, or Politics? The Crisis in Hunter-Gatherer Studies [PDF]
Richard B. Lee
American anthropologist, 1992

A View to a Death in the Morning. Hunting and Nature Through History [Présentation] [Recension] [Recension]
Matt Cartmill
Harvard University Press, 1993 (paperback 1996)

The Myth of Man As Hunter [Page 1] [Page 2]
Barbara Ehreinreich
Time, 1993

The foraging spectrum (livre)
Robert L. Kelly, 1995

How did prehistoric women bear “man the hunter”? Reconstructing fertility from the archaeological record [Google books]
Gillian R. Bentley
In gender and archeology, 1996

Costly signaling theory applied to humans

Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence [Wikipedia]
Wrangham & Peterson
Houghton Mifflin, 1997

Woman the hunter : Ethnoarchaeological Lessons from Chippewyan Life-
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Brumbach & Jarvenpa

In Women in Prehistory: North America and Mesoamerica, 1997

The woman that never evolved [Extraits] [Google books]
Sarah Blaffer Hrdy
Harvard University Press, 1999

The invisible meat providers [Google books]
Lynn Wadley
In Gender in african prehistory, 1999

The myth of man the hunter / man the killer and the evolution of human morality [PDF]
Robert W. Sussman
Zygon, 1999

Hunting and the evolution of egalitarian societies: lessons from the Hadza [PDF]
Kristen Hawkes
In Hierarchies in question: cui bono ?, 2000

Hunting and Nuclear Families Some Lessons from the Hadza about Men’s Work [PDF]
Hawkes et al.
Current anthropology, 2001

Woman the toolmaker (film) [Youtube] [Recension] [Recension]
Tara Belkin, 2002

A critical period for provisioning by Hadza men: Implications for pair bonding [PDF]
Franck Marlowe
Evolution and human behavior, 2003

Distorting the Past: Gender and the Division of Labor in the European Upper Paleolithic (livre) [Recension en] [Recension en] [Recension fr]
Linda R. Owen
Kerns Verlag, 2005

Man the Hunted: primates, predators, and human evolution [Recension]
Hart & Sussman, 2006

‘Man the Hunter’ theory is debunked in new book [Texte]
Neil Shoenherr
The source, Washington University in St. Louis, 2006

Hunting as subsistence and mating effort? A re-evaluation of “Man the Hunter”, the sexual division of labor and the evolution of the nuclear family [PDF]
Gurven & Hill
Proceedings of IUSSP Seminar on Male Life History, 2007

Meat made us human [Google books]
Henry T. Bunn
Evolution of the
In Human Diet: The Known, the Unknown, and the Unknowable, 2007

Hunters and gatherers [PDF]
Peter Jordan
in Handbook of archeological theories, 2008

Mothers and Others: The Evolutionary Origins of Mutual Understanding (livre) [Présentation][Recension]
Sarah Blaffer Hrdy
Harvard University Press, 2009

Why do men hunt? A reevaluation of “man the hunter” and the sexual division of labor [PDF]
Gurven & Hill
Current anthropology, 2009

The invisible sex: uncovering the true roles of women in prehistory (livre) [Présentation] [Google books]
Adovasio et al.
Routledge, 2009

Validation of bone surface modification models for inferring fossil hominin and carnivore feeding interactions, with reapplication to FLK 22, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania [PDF]
Pante et al.
Journal of human evolution, 2012

The paleoanthropology and archaeology of big game hunting (livre) [PDF]
John D. Speth
Springer, 2012

Man the hunter, woman the gatherer? The impact of gender studies on hunter-gatherer research (a retrospective) [Google books] [PDF]
K. Sterling
In The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology and Anthropology of Hunter-gatherers, 2014

Shooting down Man the Hunter [Texte] [Cache Google]
Rebecca Solnit
Harper’s magazine, 2015

The Naked Ape at 50: ‘Its central claim has surely stood the test of time ‘ [Texte]
The guardian, 2017

Creatures of cain: the hunt for human nature in cold war America [Présentation]
Erika Lorraine Milam
Princeton Uiversity Press, 2018

The hunt for human nature [Texte]
Erika Lorraine Milam
Eon, 2018

From Pan to Man the Hunter: Hunting and Meat Sharing by Chimpanzees, Humans, and Our Common Ancestor [PDF]
Wood & Gilby
In Chimpanzees and human evolution (livre), 2018.

La chasse, une histoire avec le pouvoir [Texte]
Christophe Baticle
The Conversation, 3 septembre 2020

Female hunters of the early Americas [Texte]
Haas et al.
Science advances, 2020

La chasse est-elle à l’origine de l’émergence du genre humain ? [Texte]
Raphaël Hanon
The Conversation, 2020

Women were successful big-game hunters, challenging beliefs about ancient gender roles [Texte]
Vivek Ventakaram
The Conversation, 10 mars 2021

Quel rôle a eu la chasse dans l’évolution de l’homme? [Texte], 21 mars 2021

The male breadwinner nuclear family is not the ‘traditional’ human family, and promotion of this myth may have adverse health consequences [PDF]
Rebecca Sear
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Series B, May 2021



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