Eric Tourigny
Eric Tourigny
Lecturer in Historical Archaeology, Newcastle University, School of History, Classics and
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A stable isotope method for identifying transatlantic origin of pig (Sus scrofa) remains at French and English fishing stations in Newfoundland
EJ Guiry, S NoŽl, E Tourigny, V Grimes
Journal of Archaeological Science 39 (7), 2012
An Osteobiography of a 19th‐Century Dog from Toronto, Canada
E Tourigny, R Thomas, E Guiry, R Earp, A Allen, JL Rothenburger, ...
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 26 (5), 818-829, 2016
Humanity’s best friend: a dog-centric approach to addressing global challenges
N Sykes, P Beirne, A Horowitz, I Jones, L Kalof, E Karlsson, T King, ...
Animals 10 (3), 502, 2020
Stable-isotope bone chemistry and human/animal interactions in historical archaeology
EJ Guiry, S NoŽl, E Tourigny
Northeast Historical Archaeology 41 (1), 7, 2012
Zooarchaeology of the historic cod fishery in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
MW Betts, S NoŽl, E Tourigny, M Burns, PE Pope, SL Cumbaa
Journal of the North Atlantic 2014 (24), 1-21, 2014
What ladies and gentlemen ate for dinner: the analysis of faunal materials recovered from a seventeenth century high status household at Ferryland, Newfoundland
E Tourigny
Newfoundland (MA Thesis) Memorial University, St John's, NL, 2009
Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy of geological and archaeological chert from southern Ontario
AL Hawkins, E Tourigny, DGF Long, PJ Julig, J Bursey
North American Archaeologist 29 (3), 203-224, 2008
Do all dogs go to heaven? Tracking human-animal relationships through the archaeological survey of pet cemeteries
E Tourigny
Antiquity 94 (378), 1614-1629, 2020
Global post-medieval/historical archaeology: what’s happening around the world 2019?
E Tourigny, S Newstead, TM Casimiro, D Grupa, M Poulain, JL Sequeira
Post-Medieval Archaeology 53 (3), 419-429, 2019
Upper Canada foodways: an analysis of faunal remains recovered from urban and rural domestic sites in Toronto (York), ad 1794-1900
ED Tourigny
University of Leicester, 2017
Eating Barrelled Meat in Upper Canada: Cultural and Archaeological Implications
ED Tourigny
International Journal of Historical Archaeology 22 (4), 843-864, 2018
Global post-medieval/historical archaeology: what's happening around the world?
E Tourigny, S Newstead, S Escribano-Ruiz, B Nyiri, L Lloyd-Smith, ...
Post-Medieval Archaeology 51 (3), 515-523, 2017
Status and Diet: Variations in Elite Foodways at Newfoundland Fishing Stations in the 17th and 18th Centuries
E Tourigny, S Noel
Exploring Atlantic Transitions: Archaeologies of Transience and Permanence†…, 2013
New Research at Stock Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland
CB Wolff, M Negrijn, L Swinarton, E Tourigny
Provincial Archaeology Office Annual Review, 2009
Maintaining Traditions: Food and Identity among Early Immigrants to Upper Canada
E Tourigny
Historical Archaeology, 2020
Global post-medieval/historical archaeology: what’s happening around the world 2018?
E Tourigny, S Newstead, KA Antczak, TJ Biginagwa, R Young
Post-Medieval Archaeology 52 (3), 415-425, 2018
Global post-medieval/historical archaeology: the Baltic states
E Russow, E Tourigny, S Newstead, E Russow, I Ose, M Urbonaitť-ubť
Post-medieval archaeology 55 (3), 432-441, 2021
Minimum Sample Sizes, Recovery Techniques and the Reporting of Animal Bones from Historic Period Assemblages in Ontario.
E Tourigny
Ontario Archaeology 97, 44-60, 2017
Pioneering poultry: A morphometric investigation of seventeenth-to early twentieth-century domestic chickens (Gallus gallus) in eastern North America
MH Welker, A Foster, E Tourigny
International Journal of Historical Archaeology, 1-22, 2021
Foodways in Historical Archaeology
E Tourigny
Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, 2018
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