technical Studies in Archaeology: Zooarchaeology (ANTH 373/573)
Ancient Environments and Human Impacts (ANTH 570)
Vassar College, Anthropology, BA 1996
University of Washington, MA 2001, PhD 2004 Dissertation: "Broad spectrum diets and the European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus): Dietary change during the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in the Dordogne, Southwestern France"
Human-environment interactions, zooarchaeology, evolutionary ecology; public archaeology and outreach; Paleolithic Europe, contact and early historic US Southwest.
E Jones, 2012. Subsistence change among the seventeenth century Diné? A reanalysis of the faunas from the Fruitland Data Recovery Project. Journal of Ethnobiology.
E Jones, 2012. Upper Paleolithic rabbit exploitation and landscape patchiness: the Dordogne vs. Mediterranean Spain. Quaternary International 264: 52-60.
E Jones, 2010. Chapter 13. Deep time, diachronic change, and the integration of multi-scalar data: archaeological methods for exploring human-environment dynamics. In I Vaccaro, EA Smith, and S Aswani, eds., Society and Environment: Methods and Research Design. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.
E Jones, 2009. Climate change, patch choice, and intensification at Pont d’Ambon (Dordogne, France) during the Younger Dryas. Quaternary Research 72: 371-376.
E Jones, 2007. Subsistence change, landscape use, and changing site elevation at the Pleistocene-Holocene transition in the Dordogne of Southwestern France. Journal of Archaeological Science 34: 344-353.
E Jones, 2005. Prey choice, mass collecting, and the wild European rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 25: 275-289.
E Jones, 2004. Dietary evenness, prey choice, and human-environment interactions. Journal of Archaeological Science 31: 307-317.