Articles forthcoming in future issues of Nomadic PeoplesLinks below give access to authors’ versions of papers that have been accepted for future publication (pre-copyediting).
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Emily Louise Hammer, Benjamin S Arbuckle, ‘10,000 years of pastoralism in Anatolia: a review of evidence for variability in pastoral lifeways’ accepted 18-05-2015
Claudia Chang, ‘Inner Asian Pastoralism in the Iron Age: The Talgar Case in Southeastern Kazakhstan’ accepted 18-05-2015
Stefano Biagetti, ‘Resilience in montane range: the case of the Tadrart Acacus (SW Libya)’ accepted 18-05-2015
Antonio Allegretti, ‘“Being Maasai” in markets and trade: Ethnicity as market institution in the livestock market of northern Tanzania’ accepted 18-12-2015
Marco Bassi, ‘Pastoralists are peoples: Key issues in advocacy and the emergence of pastoralists’ rights’ accepted 14-02-2016
Mieke Meurs, Amarjargal Amartuvshin, Otgontogs Banzragch ‘Livestock Income of Mongolian Herders: A Path to Rural Prosperity?’
Matthieu Salpeteur, Marco Madella, Victoria Reyes-Garcia, Hanoz Patel ‘Adaptation, access to resources and mobility: from contemporary pastoral systems to ancient societies’
Kamal Aldin Niknami, Mohammad Amin Mirghaderi, Morteza Garavand Mail ‘Botkhane Cave: New Evidences from Nomadic and Semi-Sedentary Communities in the Central Zagros During the Late Chalcolithic Period and the Bronze Age, Kuhdasht, Luristan, Iran’
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