Publications

PDFs of publications can be found on Academia.edu or Researchgate.net.

 

PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES

2020      Negrete, Samantha S., Isabel Casar, Andrew D. Somerville*, Pedro Morales, and Rodrigo Liendo Stuardo. Diet and residential mobility within the Late Classic elite Maya households of Chinikiha, Chiapas, Mexico. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 12(10) 1-15.

(*) corresponding author

2020        Somerville, Andrew D., Ben A. Nelson, Jose Luis Punzo Diaz, Margaret J. Schoeninger. Rabbit bone stable isotope values distinguish desert ecoregions of North America. Journal of Archaeological Science, (113) 105063.

2018        Somerville, Andrew D., Andrew W. Froehle, Margaret J. Schoeninger. Environmental influences on rabbit and hare bone isotope abundances: implications for paleoenvironmental research. Paleogeography, Paleoclimatology, Paleoecology, (497) 91-107

2017        Somerville, Andrew D., Melanie Martin, Lee Hayes, Philip Walker, Margaret Schoeninger. Exploring patterns and pathways of dietary change: preferred foods, dental health, and dietary isotope ratios of the Mulia Dani, Papua, Indonesia. Current Anthropology, 58(1) 31-56.

2017        Sugiyama, Nawa and Andrew D. Somerville. Feeding Teotihuacan: integrating approaches to studying food and foodways of the ancient metropolis. Introduction to the special issue of the Journal of Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 9(1) 1-10.

2017        Somerville, Andrew D., Nawa Sugiyama, Linda R. Manzanilla, Margaret J. Schoeninger. Leporid management and specialized food production at Teotihuacan: stable isotope data from cottontail and jackrabbit bone collagen. Journal of Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, 9(1) 83-97.

2017        Fauvell, Mikael, Ellen Esch, Andrew D. Somerville. Climate change and subsistence exchange in southern California: was western sea-purslane a Channel Island trade good?  American Antiquity, 82(1) 183-188.

2016        Somerville, Andrew D., Nawa Sugiyama, Linda R. Manzanilla, Margaret Schoeninger. Animal management at the ancient metropolis of Teotihuacan, Mexico: stable isotope analysis of leporid (cottontail and jackrabbit) bone mineral. PLoS ONE, 11.8 (2016): e0159982.

2016        Somerville, Andrew D., Margaret J. Schoeninger, Geoffrey Braswell. Political alliance, residential mobility, and diet at the ancient Maya city of Pusilhá, Belize. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 41: 147-158.

2016        Somerville, Andrew D., and Geoffrey E. Braswell. The life, death, and afterlife of an ancient Maya king: a study of Pusilha Ruler G. In: Into the underworld: archaeological and anthropological perspectives on the afterlife in the pre-Columbian Americas. Issue edited by Jarosław Źrałka and Christophe Helmke. Institute of Archaeology. Contributions in New World Archaeology, vol. 10.

2016        Schoeninger, Margaret J., Corinna A. Most, James Moore, Andrew D. Somerville. Environmental variables across Pan troglodytes sites correspond with the carbon, but not the nitrogen, stable isotope ratios of chimpanzee hair, American Journal of Primatology, 78(10) 1055–1069.

2015        Sugiyama, Nawa, Andrew D. Somerville, Margaret J. Schoeninger. Stable isotopes and zooarchaeology reveal ancient management of wild carnivores at Teotihuacan, Mexico 1000 years before the Spanish Conquest. PLoS ONE, 10(9): e0135635.

 2015        Somerville, Andrew D., Paul S. Goldstein, Sarah I. Baitzel, Karin L. Bruwelheide, Allison Dahlstedt, Kelly J. Knudson, Margaret J. Schoeninger. Gender and diet in the Tiwanaku colonies: stable isotope analysis of human bone collagen and apatite from Moquegua, Peru. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 158(3) 408–422.

 2014        Knudson, Kelly J., Paul S. Goldstein, Allisen Dahlstedt, Andrew D. Somerville, Margaret J. Schoeninger. Paleomobility in the Tiwanaku diaspora: biogeochemical analyses at Rio Muerto, Moquegua, Peru. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 155(3) 405-421.

2013        Somerville, Andrew D., Mikael Fauvelle, Andrew W. Froehle. Applying new approaches to modeling diet and status: isotopic evidence for commoner resiliency and elite variability in the Classic Maya lowlands. Journal of Archaeological Science, 40(3) 1539-1553.

2010        Somerville, Andrew D., Ben A. Nelson, and Kelly J. Knudson. Isotopic investigation of pre-Hispanic macaw breeding in Northwest Mexico. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 29(1) 125-135.

 

BOOK REVIEWS

 2018        Somerville, Andrew D. Review of: The Archaeology, Ethnohistory, and Environment of the Marismas Nacionales: The Prehistoric Pacific Littoral of Sinaloa and Nayarit, Mexico. Michael S. Foster, editor. 2017. The University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City. Ethnoarchaeology, 10(2) 174-176.

 

REPORTS AND UNPUBLISHED MANUSCRIPTS

 2017        Somerville, Andrew D. “Final Technical Report: Project to reconstruct the paleoenvironment of the highlands of Mesoamerica by stable isotope analysis of leporid bones”. Report submitted to the Consejo de Arquelología. On file with the Mexican National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH).

2014        Somerville, Andrew D. “Report on botanical analysis and paleoenvironment at Cerro del Teúl”. On file at the Laboratory for Archaeological Research, Teúl de Gonzalez Ortega, Zacatecas, Mexico.

2013        Somerville Andrew D. “Entierro 5: Techos Quemados.” In El Cerro del Teúl: Desarrollo histórico y contexto regional de un centro ceremonial de la gran caxcana. Informe técnico parcial, Tercera temporada: Enero de 2011 a mayo de 2012. Edited by Laura Solar Valverde and Peter Jiménez Betts.

2011        Somerville, Andrew D. “Unidad de Sondeo TTS10: Entierros TTS.E1 a TTS.E6.” In El Cerro del Teúl: Desarrollo histórico y contexto regional de un centro ceremonial de la gran caxcana. Informe técnico parcial, Segunda temporada: Junio de 2010 a diciembre de 2011. pp. 273-306. Edited by Laura Solar Valverde and Peter Jiménez Betts.

2011        Somerville, Andrew D. “Excavaciones en el Patio Hundido: Cala 1.” In El Cerro del Teúl: Desarrollo histórico y contexto regional de un centro ceremonial de la gran caxcana. Informe técnico parcial, Segunda temporada: Junio de 2010 a diciembre de 2011. pp. 273-306. Edited by Laura Solar Valverde and Peter Jiménez Betts.

2009        Braswell, Geoffrey E., Megan R. Pitcavage, and Andrew D. Somerville. Toledo Regional Interaction Project 2008-2009 Annual Report.

2009        Somerville, Andrew D. “Telling friends from foes: strontium isotope and trace-element analysis of companion burials from Pusilhá, Toledo District, Belize.” M.A. on File at the University of California, San Diego.