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publications since 2008

peer-reviewed articles and book contributions

2015Taylor, T. & Theune, Cl. (2015). Touching the Past – Archäologie und Urgeschichte in Wien seit 1892. In K.A. Fröschl, G.B. Müller, T. Olechowski, B. Schmidt-Lauber (Eds), Reflexive Innenansichten aus der Universität. Disziplinengeschichte zwischen Wissenschaft, Gesellschaft und Politik (pp. 489–498). Göttingen: Vienna University Press.
2013Trnka, G. & Taylor, T. (2013). A look at the region. Institute of Prehistoric and Historical Archaeology, University of Vienna. Interdisciplinaria Archaeologica, Natural Sciences in Archaeology 4(1), 117–122. [link]
2013Andrew, S.W., Brown, E. L., Villa, C., Lynnerup, N., Healey, A., Constanza Ceruti, M., Reinhard, J., Previgliano, C.H., Araoz, F. A, Diez, J.G & Taylor, T. (2013). Archaeological, radiological, and biological evidence offer insight into Inca child sacrifice. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110: 13229–13230. [link]
2012Taylor, T. (2012). The Problem of “Darwinizing” Culture (or Memes as the New Phlogiston). In M.H. Brinkworth & F. Weinert, (Eds.), Evolution 2.0: Implications of Darwinism in Philosophy and the Social and Natural Sciences (pp. 65–82). New York: Springer (Frontiers). [link]
2012Swindles, G.T., Taylor, T. & Rushworth, G. 2012. Cave sediments from the Attermire-Horseshoe complex, Yorkshire Dales. Quaternary Newsletter 126, 58-63.
2011Taylor, T. (2011). Death. In T. Insoll (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Ritual and Religion (pp. 89–104). Oxford: Oxford Handbooks in Archaeology.
2011Taylor, T. (2011). The Brno effect: From culture to mind. In A. A. Bauer, (Ed.), Life is Too Short for Faintheartedness: Papers in Memory of Andrew Sherratt. Journal of World Prehistory 24 (2-3), 213–25. [link]
2010Melton, N., Montgomery, J., Knüsel, C.J., Batt, C., Needham, S., Pearson, M.P., Sheridan, A., Heron, C., Horsley, T., Schmidt, A., Evans, A., Carter, E., Edwards, H., Hargreaves, M., Janaway, R., Lynnerup, N., Northover, P., O'Connor, S., Ogden, A., Taylor, T., Wastling, V. and Wilson, A. (2010). Gristhorpe Man: an Early Bronze Age log-coffin burial scientifically defined. Antiquity 84, 796–815. [link]
2008Taylor, T. (2008). Prehistory vs. archaeology: Terms of engagement. Journal of World Prehistory 21, 1–18. [link]
2008Taylor, T. (2008). Artificials, or why Darwin was wrong about humans. In R. A. Bentley (Ed.), The Edge of Reason: Science and Religion in Modern Society (pp. 95–106). London: Continuum.
monographs
2010Taylor, T. (2010). The artificial ape: How technology changed the course of human evolution. New York: Palgrave.
articles and book contributions
2015Taylor, T. (2015). The Demons of Comparison: Archaeological classification vs classificatory terminology. In: K. Kristiansen, L. Šmejda & J. Turek (Eds.), Paradigm Found. Archaeological Theory Present, Past and Future. Essays in Honour of Even Neustupný (pp. 95–105). Oxford & Philadelphia: Oxbow books.
2015Taylor, T. (2015). Denkraumverlust. In: J. Brockman (Ed.), What to Think About Machines That Think. Today's Leading Thinkers on the Age of Machine Intelligence (pp. 251–254). New York: HarperCollins. [link]
2015Kowarik, K., Maurer, J. & Taylor, T. (2015). Beyond Lake Villages: Ein internationales Forschungsprojekt. Sonius 18, 3–4.
2013Taylor, T. (2013). Why the Greeks Painted Red People On Black Pots. In. J. Brockman (Ed.), This Explains Everything. Deep, Beautiful, and Elegant Theories of How the World Works (pp. 392–394). New York: HarperCollins. [link]
2012Rushworth, G., Swindles, G.T. & Taylor, T. (2012). Late Quaternary vegetation history of Attermire, Yorkshire Dales. In H. J. O’Regan, T. Faulkner & I. R. Smith (Eds.), Cave archaeology and karst geomorphology of North West England: Field guide (pp. 151–153). London: Quaternary research Association.
2012Taylor, T. (2012). Technology paved the way for Humanity. In. J. Brockman (Ed.), This will make you smarter: New scientific concepts to improve your thinking (p. 333). New York: HarperCollins.
2012Taylor, T. (2012). Concentric ambiguities: A theoretical approach to Neolithic Kreisgrabenanlagen and the social implications of polythetic variance. In F. Bertemes & H. Meller (Eds.), Neolithische Kreisgrabenanlagen in Europa - Neolithic circular enclosures in europe (pp. 349–361). Halle: Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte.
2011Taylor, T. (2011). A prehistorian’s perspective. In J. Brockman (Ed.), Is the internet changing the way you think? (pp. 150–151). New York: HarperCollins.
2010Taylor, T. (2010). Culture. In J. Brockman (Ed.), This will change everything: Ideas that will shape the future (pp. 162–164). New York: HarperCollins.
2010Taylor, T. (2010). Modeling the “Amazon” phenomenon: Colonization events and gender performances. In D. J. Bolender (Ed.), Eventful archaeologies: New approaches to social transformation in the archaeological record (pp. 132–150). Albany: State University of New York Press (IEMA Distinguished Monograph Series).
2009Taylor, T. (2009). The trouble with relativism. In J. Brockman (Ed.), What have you changed your mind about: Today’s leading minds rethink everything (pp. 85–87). New York: HarperCollins.
2009Taylor, T. (2009). L’invention de la mort. In P. Picq (Ed.), 100 000 ans de beauté (pp. 102–105). Paris: Gallimard.
2009Taylor, T. (2009). Inventing death. In A. Azoulay, A. Demian & D. Frioux (Eds.), 100,000 years of beauty (pp. 128–131). Paris: Gallimard.
2008Kouhpar, M.M. & Taylor, T. (2008). A Metamorphosis in Sasanian Silverwork. In D. Kennet & P. Luft (Eds.), Current Research in Sasanian Archaeology, Art & History. BAR International Series 1810, 127–135.
2008Taylor, T. (2008). Materiality. In R.A. Bentley, H.D.G. Maschner & C. Chippindale (Eds.), Archaeological theories (pp. 297–320). Lanham: AltaMira.
2008Taylor, T. (2008). Skeuomorphism. In J. Brockman (Ed.), What are you optimistic about? Today's leading thinkers on why things are good and getting better (pp. 300–302). London: Free Press.
other publications
2016Bochatz, D., Maurer, J. & Taylor, T. (2016). KG Seewalchen, MG Seewalchen am Attersee. Mnr. 50319.14.03. Bericht Teil B. Fundberichte aus Österreich 53, 2014, D4730–D4734.
2016Herzog, A., Maurer, J. & Taylor, T. (2016). KG Lenzing, MG Lenzing. Mnr. 50313.14.02. Bericht Teil A & Teil B. Fundberichte aus Österreich 53, 2014, 293–294, D4461–D4475.
2016Heiß, K., Maurer, J. & Taylor, T. (2016). KG St. Georgen im Attergau, MG St. Georgen im Attergau. Mnr. 50011.14.02. Bericht Teil B. Fundberichte aus Österreich 53, 2014, D4698–D4706.
2011Taylor, T. (2011). Prehistoric buildings hold an overlooked social complexity. The Architectural Review 1379, 18–19.
2010Taylor, T. (2010). Slings and Arrows. The New Humanist 125(4), 24–25.
2008Taylor, T. (2008). The Willendorf Venuses: Notation, iconology and materiality. Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien 138, 37–49.
translations
2009Kern, A., Kowarik, K., Rausch, A. W. & Reschreiter, H. (2009). Kingdom of Salt: 7000 years of Hallstatt (Translation & editing: Thommes, J., Taylor, T. & Wright, S.). Vienna: Natural History Museum.
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