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Publications

Currently: Results from the first season of fieldwork in Zanzibar are being prepared for publication.

 

Wynne-Jones S., A. LaViolette (eds.) 2017. The Swahili world. London: Routledge.  

Fitton T., S. Wynne-Jones 2017. Understanding the layout of early coastal settlement at Unguja Ukuu, Zanzibar. Antiquity 91/359: 1268–1284.

Sulas F., J. Fleisher, S. Wynne-Jones. 2016. Geoarchaeology of urban space in tropical island environments: Songo Mnara, Tanzania. Journal of Archaeological Science 77: 52‒63.

Wynne-Jones S. 2016. A Material Culture: Consumption and Materiality on the Coast of Precolonial East Africa. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Wynne-Jones S., J. Fleisher. 2016. The multiple territories of Swahili urban landscapes, World Archaeology 48: 1–14.

Wynne-Jones S. 2013. The public life of the Swahili stonehouse, 14th–15th centuries AD. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 32: 759–773.

Relevant literature

Boivin N., A. Crowther, M. Prendergast, D. Q. Fuller 2014. Indian Ocean Food Globalisation and Africa. African Archaeological Review 31: 54–781.

Crowther A., M.C. Horton, N.L. Boivin 2017. Characterising marine mollusc exploitation in the eastern African Iron Age: Archaeomalacological evidence from Unguja Ukuu and Fukuchani, Zanzibar. Quaternary International, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.08.051.

Faulkner P., Harris M., Abdallah K. Ali, Haji O., Crowther A., Horton M.C., Boivin N.L. 2017. Characterising marine mollusc exploitation in the eastern African Iron Age: Archaeomalacological evidence from Unguja Ukuu and Fukuchani, Zanzibar. Quaternary International, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.08.051.

Fleisher J., A. LaViolette 1999. Elusive wattle-and-daub: Finding the hidden majority in the archaeology of the Swahili. Azania 34: 87–108.

Fleisher J., F. Sulas 2015. Deciphering open space in urban contexts. Journal of Archaeological Science 55: 55−70.

Fleisher J., P. Lane, A. LaViolette, M. Horton, E. Pollard, E. Morales, T. Vernet, A. Christie, S. Wynne-Jones 2015. When Did the Swahili become Maritime? American Anthropologist 20: 1–16.

French C. 2010. People, Societies, and Landscapes. Science 328/5977: 443–444.

Horton M. C., C. M. Clark 1985. Archaeological survey of Zanzibar. Azania 20/1: 167–171.

Juma A. 2004. Unguja Ukuu on Zanzibar. Uppsala: Societas Archaeologica Upsaliensis.

Mannino M. 2015. Sclerocronologia e geochimica applicate all’archeologia delle conchiglie marine. In A. Girod (ed.), Appunti di Archeomalacologia, pp. 167‒178. Florence: All’Insegna del Giglio.

Morales E., M. Horton 2014. Fishing and Fish Consumption in the Swahili Communities of East Africa, 700‒1400 CE. Internet Archaeology, doi:10.11141/ia.37.3.

Punwong P., R. Marchant, K. Selby 2013. Holocene mangrove dynamics from Unguja Ukuu, Zanzibar. Quaternary International 298: 419.

Sinclair P. J. J., G. Nordquist, F. Herschend, C. Isendahl, L. Wrang (eds.) 2010. The Urban mind: cultural and environmental dynamics. Uppsala: Uppsala University.

Sindbæk S. M., A. Trakadas (eds.) 2014. The World in the Viking Age. Roskilde: The Viking Ship Museum.

Sulas F., J. Fleisher, S. Wynne-Jones. 2016. Geoarchaeology of urban space in tropical island environments: Songo Mnara, Tanzania. Journal of Archaeological Science 77: 52‒63.

Wood M. 2011. A Glass Bead Sequence for Southern Africa from the 8th to the 16th Century AD. Journal of African Archaeology 9/1: 67–84.

Wood M. 2016. Glass beads from pre-European contact sub-Saharan Africa: Peter Francis's work revisited and updated. Archaeological Research in Asia 6: 65–80.

Wood M., S. Panighello, E.F. Orsega, P Robertshaw, J. Van Eleteren et al. 2016. Zanzibar and the Indian Ocean trade in the first millennium CE: The glass bead evidence. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9: 879–901.