David Zeitlyn
David Zeitlyn
Professor of Social Anthropology, University of Oxford
Verified email at anthro.ox.ac.uk - Homepage
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Gift economies in the development of open source software: anthropological reflections
D Zeitlyn
Research policy 32 (7), 1287-1291, 2003
The T allele of a single-nucleotide polymorphism 13.9 kb upstream of the lactase gene (LCT)(C− 13.9 kbT) does not predict or cause the lactase-persistence phenotype in Africans
CA Mulcare, ME Weale, AL Jones, B Connell, D Zeitlyn, A Tarekegn, ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics 74 (6), 1102-1110, 2004
Anthropology in and of the archives: Possible futures and contingent pasts. Archives as anthropological surrogates
D Zeitlyn
Annual Review of Anthropology 41, 461-480, 2012
Professor Garfinkel visits the soothsayers: ethnomethodology and Mambila divination
D Zeitlyn
Man, 654-666, 1990
Little genetic differentiation as assessed by uniparental markers in the presence of substantial language variation in peoples of the Cross River region of Nigeria
KR Veeramah, BA Connell, NA Pour, A Powell, CA Plaster, D Zeitlyn, ...
BMC evolutionary biology 10 (1), 92, 2010
Prevalence of Clinically Relevant UGT1A Alleles and Haplotypes in African Populations
LJ Horsfall, D Zeitlyn, A Tarekegn, E Bekele, MG Thomas, N Bradman, ...
Annals of human genetics 75 (2), 236-246, 2011
Social networks and the creation of the Pitt Rivers Museum
F Larson, A Petch, D Zeitlyn
Journal of material culture 12 (3), 211-239, 2007
What Children Know When They Know What a Name Is: The NonCartesian View of Language Acquisition
S Shanker, DF Armstrong, S Atran, X Lois, W Hanks, MT Hark, A Rumsey, ...
Current Anthropology 42 (4), 481-513, 2001
African Crossroads: intersections between history and anthropology in Cameroon
I Fowler, D Zeitlyn
Berghahn Books, 1996
Reconstructing kinship, or, the pragmatics of kin talk
D Zeitlyn
Man, 199-224, 1993
Finding Meaning in the Text: The Process of Interpretation in Text‐Based Divination
D Zeitlyn
Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 7 (2), 225-240, 2001
The potentially deleterious functional variant flavin-containing monooxygenase 2* 1 is at high frequency throughout sub-Saharan Africa
KR Veeramah, MG Thomas, ME Weale, D Zeitlyn, A Tarekegn, E Bekele, ...
Pharmacogenetics and genomics 18 (10), 877, 2008
The distribution of person-referring expressions in natural conversation
AJ Wilson, D Zeitlyn
Research on language and social interaction 28 (1), 61-92, 1995
Introductory essay: The Grassfields and the Tikar
I Fowler, D Zeitlyn
Berghahn, 1996
Ethnogenesis and fractal history on an African frontier: Mambila–Njerep–Mandulu
D Zeitlyn, B Connell
The Journal of African History 44 (1), 117-138, 2003
Divination as Dialogue: the negotiation of meaning with random responses
D Zeitlyn
Cambridge University Press, 1995
Life‐history writing and the anthropological silhouette
D Zeitlyn
Social Anthropology 16 (2), 154-171, 2008
Divinatory logics: diagnoses and predictions mediating outcomes
D Zeitlyn, J Jansen, PM Peek, D Reason, A Socpa, WEA van Beek, ...
Current anthropology 53 (5), 000-000, 2012
The Internet and the future of social science research.
M Fischer, S Lyon, D Zeitlyn
Sage, 2008
Sua in Somié. Mambila traditional religion
D Zeitlyn
Academia Verlag, 1994
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