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Publications

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

 

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

Litton, T. & Wynne-Jones, S. (2017). "Understanding the layout of early coastal settlement at Unguja Ukuu, Zanzibar", Antiquity 91:359, 1268–1284.

Silas, F., Fleisher, J. & Wynne-Jones, S. (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.

Wynne-Jones, S. & Fleisher, J. (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., Crowther, A., Prendergast, M. & Fuller, D. Q. (2014). "Indian Ocean Food Globalisation and Africa", African Archaeological Review 31, 54–781.

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, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.08.051.

Faulkner, P., Harris, M., Abdallah, K. A., 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, DOI: doi.org/10.1016/j.quaint.2017.08.051.

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

Fleshier, J. & Sulas, F. (2015). "Deciphering open space in urban contexts", Journal of Archaeological Science 55, 55−70.

Fleshier, J., Lane, P., LaViolette, A., Horton, M., Pollard, E., Morales, E., Vernet, T., Christie, A. & Wynne-Jones, S. (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. & Clark, C. M. (1985). "Archaeological survey of Zanzibar", Azania 20:1, 167–171.

Juma, A. (2004). Unguja Ukuu on Zanzibar, Uppsala.

Mannino, M. (2015). "Sclerocronologia e geochimica applicate all’archeologia delle conchiglie marine", in: Giro, A. (ed.), Appunti di Archeomalacologia, Florence, 167‒178.

Morales, E. & Horton, M. (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., Marchant, R. & Selby, K. (2013). "Holocene mangrove dynamics from Unguja Ukuu, Zanzibar", Quaternary International 298, 419.

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

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

Sulas, F., Fleisher, J. & Wynne-Jones, S. (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., Panighello, S., Orsega, E. F., Robertshaw, P., van Elteren, J., Crowtherm A., Horton, M. & Boivin, N. (2016). "Zanzibar and the Indian Ocean trade in the first millennium CE: The glass bead evidence", Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9, 879–901.