|Archaeological assessment reveals Earth’s early transformation through land use|
Science 365 (6456), 2019
|Ancient herders enriched and restructured African grasslands|
F Marshall, REB Reid, S Goldstein, M Storozum, A Wreschnig, L Hu, ...
Nature 561 (7723), 387-390, 2018
|A monumental cemetery built by eastern Africa’s first herders near Lake Turkana, Kenya|
EA Hildebrand, KM Grillo, EA Sawchuk, SK Pfeiffer, LB Conyers, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (36), 8942-8947, 2018
|High-altitude adaptation and late Pleistocene foraging in the Bolivian Andes|
JM Capriles, J Albarracin-Jordan, U Lombardo, D Osorio, B Maley, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 6, 463-474, 2016
|Experimental and archaeological investigations of backed microlith function among Mid-to-Late Holocene herders in southwestern Kenya|
ST Goldstein, CM Shaffer
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 9 (8), 1767-1788, 2017
|Ancient genomes reveal complex patterns of population movement, interaction, and replacement in sub-Saharan Africa|
K Wang, S Goldstein, M Bleasdale, B Clist, K Bostoen, P Bakwa-Lufu, ...
Science Advances 6 (24), eaaz0183, 2020
|Cemeteries on a moving frontier: Mortuary practices and the spread of pastoralism from the Sahara into eastern Africa|
EA Sawchuk, ST Goldstein, KM Grillo, EA Hildebrand
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 51, 187-205, 2018
|Pastoral Neolithic settlement at Luxmanda, Tanzania|
KM Grillo, ME Prendergast, DA Contreras, T Fitton, AO Gidna, ...
Journal of Field Archaeology 43 (2), 102-120, 2018
|Quantifying endscraper reduction in the context of obsidian exchange among early pastoralists in southwestern Kenya|
Lithic technology 39 (1), 3-19, 2014
|Trajectories of cultural innovation from the Middle to Later Stone Age in Eastern Africa: Personal ornaments, bone artifacts, and ocher from Panga ya Saidi, Kenya|
F d’Errico, AP Martí, C Shipton, E Le Vraux, E Ndiema, S Goldstein, ...
Journal of human evolution 141, 102737, 2020
|The Elmenteitan obsidian quarry (GsJj50): New perspectives on obsidian access and exchange during the pastoral Neolithic in southern Kenya|
ST Goldstein, JM Munyiri
African Archaeological Review 34 (1), 43-73, 2017
|Late Holocene forager-fisher and pastoralist interactions along the Lake Victoria shores, Kenya: Perspectives from portable XRF of obsidian artifacts|
E Frahm, ST Goldstein, CA Tryon
Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 2017
|Knowledge transmission through the lens of lithic production: A case study from the pastoral Neolithic of southern Kenya|
Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory 26 (2), 679-713, 2019
|Usable pasts forum: Critically engaging food security|
AL Logan, D Stump, ST Goldstein, EA Orijemie, MH Schoeman
African Archaeological Review 36 (3), 419-438, 2019
|New archaeological investigations at the Lothagam harpoon site at Lake Turkana|
S Goldstein, E Hildebrand, M Storozum, E Sawchuk, J Lewis, C Ngugi, ...
Antiquity 91 (360), 2017
|Mobility, subsistence, and technological strategies of early Holocene hunter-gatherers in the Bolivian Altiplano|
JM Capriles, J Albarracin-Jordan, DW Bird, ST Goldstein, GM Jarpa, ...
Quaternary International 473, 190-205, 2018
|Field-based sciences must transform in response to COVID-19|
EML Scerri, D Kühnert, J Blinkhorn, HS Groucutt, P Roberts, K Nicoll, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4 (12), 1571-1574, 2020
|Picking up the pieces: reconstructing lithic production strategies at a Late Holocene obsidian quarry in southern Kenya|
Journal of Field Archaeology 43 (2), 85-101, 2018
|Ancient proteins provide evidence of dairy consumption in eastern Africa|
M Bleasdale, KK Richter, A Janzen, S Brown, A Scott, J Zech, S Wilkin, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-11, 2021
|The Technological and Socio-Economic Organization of the Elmenteitan Early Herders in Southern Kenya (3000-1200 BP)|
Washington University in St. Louis, 2017