Kristen Hawkes
Kristen Hawkes
Anthropology, University of Utah
Verified email at anthro.utah.edu
TitleCited byYear
African populations and the evolution of human mitochondrial DNA
L Vigilant, M Stoneking, H Harpending, K Hawkes, AC Wilson
Science 253 (5027), 1503-1507, 1991
16121991
Grandmothering, menopause, and the evolution of human life histories
K Hawkes, JF O’Connell, NGB Jones, H Alvarez, EL Charnov
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 95 (3), 1336-1339, 1998
12101998
The raw and the stolen: cooking and the ecology of human origins
RW Wrangham, JH Jones, G Laden, D Pilbeam, NL Conklin-Brittain, ...
Current anthropology 40 (5), 567-594, 1999
7541999
Egalitarian behavior and reverse dominance hierarchy [and comments and reply]
C Boehm, HB Barclay, RK Dentan, MC Dupre, JD Hill, S Kent, BM Knauft, ...
Current anthropology 34 (3), 227-254, 1993
7301993
Hadza women's time allocation, offspring provisioning, and the evolution of long postmenopausal life spans
K Hawkes, JF O'Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Current Anthropology 38 (4), 551-577, 1997
6831997
Showing off: tests of an hypothesis about men's foraging goals
K Hawkes
Ethology and sociobiology 12 (1), 29-54, 1991
6291991
Grandmothering and the evolution ofHomo erectus
JF O’Connell, K Hawkes, NGB Jones
Journal of Human Evolution 36 (5), 461-485, 1999
5411999
Why hunter-gatherers work: An ancient version of the problem of public goods [and comments and reply]
K Hawkes, J Altman, S Beckerman, RR Grinker, H Harpending, RJ Jeske, ...
Current anthropology 34 (4), 341-361, 1993
5201993
Showing off, handicap signaling, and the evolution of men's work
K Hawkes, R Bliege Bird
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, and…, 2002
5102002
Grandmothers and the evolution of human longevity
K Hawkes
American journal of human biology 15 (3), 380-400, 2003
4812003
Hadza hunting, butchering, and bone transport and their archaeological implications
JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, NB Jones
Journal of Anthropological research 44 (2), 113-161, 1988
4791988
Why hunters gather: optimal foraging and the Ache of eastern Paraguay
K Hawkes, K Hill, JF O'CONNELL
American Ethnologist 9 (2), 379-398, 1982
4541982
Two key steps in the evolution of human cooperation: The interdependence hypothesis
M Tomasello, AP Melis, C Tennie, E Wyman, E Herrmann, IC Gilby, ...
Current anthropology 53 (6), 000-000, 2012
4172012
Hadza meat sharing
K Hawkes, JF O'Connell, NGB Jones
Evolution and Human Behavior 22 (2), 113-142, 2001
3052001
Hunting income patterns among the Hadza: Big game, common goods, foraging goals and the evolution of the human diet
K Hawkes, JF O Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B…, 1991
3051991
Neotropical hunting among the Ache of eastern Paraguay
K Hill, K Hawkes
Adaptive responses of native Amazonians, 139-188, 1983
2791983
Hardworking hadza grandmothers
K Hawkes, JF O’Connell, NG Blurton Jones
Comparative socioecology, 341-366, 1989
2771989
Foraging decisions among Ache hunter-gatherers: new data and implications for optimal foraging models
K Hill, H Kaplan, K Hawkes, AM Hurtado
Ethology and Sociobiology 8 (1), 1-36, 1987
2711987
Reanalysis of large mammal body part transport among the Hadza
JF O'Connell, K Hawkes, NB Jones
Journal of Archaeological Science 17 (3), 301-316, 1990
2701990
Female subsistence strategies among Ache hunter-gatherers of eastern Paraguay
AM Hurtado, K Hawkes, K Hill, H Kaplan
Human Ecology 13 (1), 1-28, 1985
2681985
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