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Describing Microenvironments used for Nomadic Pastoralist Habitation Sites: Explanatory tools for Surfaces, Places and Networks.

Wright, J. S. C., 2016, The Archaeology of Human-Environment Interactions. Contreras, D. (ed.). New York: Routledge, p. 211-228 18 p.

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2015

Inequality on the Surface: Horses, power, and practice in the Eurasian Bronze Age

Wright, J., Jan 2015, Animals and Inequality in the Ancient World. Arbuckle, B. & McCarty, S. (eds.). Boulder: University Press of Colorado

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Perceptions of pasture: The Role of Skills and Networks in Maintaining Stable Pastoral Nomadic Systems in Inner Asia: Climate and Ancient Societies

Wright, J. & Makarewicz, C., Jun 2015, Climate and Ancient Societies. Kerner, S., R. J. D. & Bangsgaard, P. (eds.). Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, p. 267-288 22 p.

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2012

Temporal Perspectives on the Monumental Constellations of Inner Asia

Wright, J. S. C., 2012, “As time goes by?” Monumentality, Landscapes and the Temporal Perspective. Rudolf Habelt

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The younger Dryas in arid Northeast Asia

Wright, J. & Janz, L., 30 May 2012, Hunter-Gatherer Behavior: Human Response during the Younger Dryas. Eren, M. (ed.). Walnut Grove: Left Coast Press, p. 231-247 17 p.

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2009
22 Citations (Scopus)

Re-Writing Monumental Landscapes as Inner Asian Political Process: Monuments, Metals, and Mobility: Trajectories of Complexity in the Late Prehistory of the Eurasian Steppe

Honeychurch, W., Wright, J. & Amartuvshin, C., 2009, Monuments, Metals, and Mobility: Trajectories of Complexity in the Late Prehistory of the Eurasian Steppe. Hanks, B. & Linduff, K. (eds.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p. 330-357 28 p.

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“Unseen by Eye, Unheard by Ear”: The Archaeology of the Early Türks at Baga Gazrynn Chuluu, Mongolia

Wright, J. & Amartuvshin, C., 2009, Current Archaeological Research in Mongolia: Papers from the First International Conference on “Archaeological Research in Mongolia” held in Ulaanbaatar, August 19th–23rd, 2007. Bemmann, J., Parzinger, H., Pohl, E. & Tseveendorzh, D. (eds.). Bonn: Vor- und Frühgeschichtliche Archäologie Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, p. 349-363 15 p. (Bonn Contributions to Asian Archaeology).

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