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Ian Tattersall
CURRICULUM VITAE

ADDRESS:

Division of Anthropology

American Museum of Natural History

Central Park West at 79th Street

New York, New York 10024

Tel. (212) 769-5877; Fax (212) 769-5334

email: iant@amnh.org
EDUCATION/DEGREES:

B.A., Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge University:

First Class (with Distinction), 1967

M.A., Cambridge University, 1970

M.Phil., Yale University (Department of Geology and Geophysics), l970

Ph.D., Yale University (Department of Geology and Geophysics), l971
EMPLOYMENT:

Curator Emeritus and Senior Scientist in Residence, Division of

Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History: 2010 –

Chairman, Dept of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History:

1990-1997

Curator, Div of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History: l981-

2010

Adjunct Professor, Dept of Anthropology, Columbia University, 1992-

Adjunct Professor, Anthropology Program, CUNY Graduate School and

University Center, 1991-

Adjunct Associate Professor, Dept of Anthropology, Columbia University:

1979-1980

Associate Curator, Dept of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural

History: l976-1981

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Dept of Anthropology, Herbert H. Lehman

College of the City University of New York: 1971-1974

Visiting Lecturer, Dept of Anthropology, New School for Social Research:

1971-1972

Assistant Curator, Dept of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural

History: 1971-1976

Curatorial Assistant, Peabody Museum of Natural History, Yale

University: 1969-1970

Teaching Assistant, Dept of Geology and Geophysics, Yale University:

1968-1969, 1970-1971

EXHIBITIONS:

Curator in charge, Third Section, Hall of the Biology of Man, American Museum of Natural History, opened 1975.

Joint Curator, Ancestors: Four Million Years of Humanity, American

Museum of Natural History,1984.

Organizing Curator, Dark Caves, Bright Visions, American Museum of Natural History, 1986-7.

Joint curator for AMNH, Madagascar: Island of the Ancestors, American Museum of Natural History, 1989.

Curator for Harry Lionel Shapiro: Pioneer in Physical Anthropology,

American Museum of Natural History, 1990.

Curator in Charge, Hall of Human Biology and Evolution, American

Museum of Natural History, opened April, 1993.

Curator, Scientists and Journalists: One Story, Two Voices, American

Museum of Natural History, 1996.

Consultant, Human Evolution Hall, Gunma Museum of Natural

History, Tomioka City, Japan, opened October 1996.

Joint Curator, In the Kingdom of Imerina: Early Photographs and New

Textiles from Madagascar, American Museum of Natural History, 1997-8.

Local Curator, Primates: The Jean Baulu Collection of Antique Prints.

American Museum of Natural History, December 1998-May1999.

Co-Curator, The First Europeans: Treasures from the Hills of

Atapuerca, American Museum of Natural History, January-April, 2003.

Co-Curator, Anne and Bernard Spitzer Hall of Human Origins,

American Museum of Natural History, opened February 2007

Co-Curator, Alla Scoperta dell’Albero della Vita Charles Darwin, 1809/2009. Rome, Milan, Bari, 2009-2010.
AWARDS

Exhibitioner, Christ’s College, Cambridge, 1966-7

Bachelor Scholar, Christ’s College, Cambridge, 1967

Fulbright Travel Award, 1967

Gibbs and Dana Fellowships, Yale Graduate School, 1967-71

Institute of Human Origins Lifetime Achievement Award, 1993

Perennial Wisdom Award of the Monuments Conservancy, NYC,

1999

W. W. Howells Award of the Amer. Assoc. Anthropol., 2000

Osman Hill Memorial Medal, Primate Society of Great Britain, 2002
MEMBERSHIPS:

American Association for the Advancement of Science (Fellow, 2004)

American Association of Physical Anthropologists

International Primate Society

Paleoanthropology Society

Society of Sigma Xi

Society of Vertebrate Paleontology

Fellow of the Linnean Society of London


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Human and nonhuman primate evolution; anatomical and cognitive origin of Homo sapiens; application of evolutionary and systematic theory to human phylogeny; strepsirhine primate systematics, ecology and conservation.
FIELDWORK:

Madagascar, Mayotte, Comoro Islands, Mauritius, Réunion, Borneo, Nigeria, Niger, Sudan, Yemen, Vietnam, Surinam, French Guiana, USA.
CURRENT PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES:

Editorial Advisory Board, The Anatomical Record

Editorial Board, Anthropological Science

Editorial Board, Yearbook of Physical Anthropology

Editorial Board, Human Evolution

Editorial Board, International Journal of Anthropology

Member of Permanent Council, International Association for the

Study of Human Paleontology

Primate Specialist Group, International Union for the Conservation

of Nature

Board Member, Institute of Human Origins

Scientific Advisory Board, Lemur Conservation Foundation

Scientific Advisory Council, L. S. B. Leakey Foundation

Board of Advisors, John Templeton Foundation

Advisory Cttee for the Musée Nat. de Préhistoire, Les Eyzies, France

Advisory Committee, St-Césaire Paléosite, Charente, France.

Sterkfontein Site Advisory Board, Witwatersrand University, South

Africa.

Ministry of Education, Comité de Pilotage for the Renovation of the

Musée de l'Homme, Paris, France.

Service on numerous American Museum committees, both elected

and appointed; chmn of James Arthur Cttee, fmr chmn Collections

Policy Cttee.

Grant proposal reviewer, site visitor and/or review panel member for

National Science Foundation, National Institutes of Health,

National Institute of Mental Health, Wenner-Gren Foundation, National Geographic Society, Leakey Foundation, etc.

Manuscript reviewer for numerous professional journals, popular

magazines, and university and commercial publishers

Consultant to ABC Television, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, BBC and numerous other broadcast and print media

Consultant to World Bank, World Wildlife Fund and other international organizations on conservation/development matters.

PUBLICATIONS (excluding abstracts):
1968
Olduvai Gorge, vol. 2: The cranium and maxillary dentition of Australopithecus (Zinjanthropus) boisei. (Review). American Scientist 56 (2): 187A-188A.
Multivariate analysis of some medieval British cranial series. Man (n.s.) 3: 284-292.
A mandible of Indraloris (Primates, Lorisidae) from the Miocene of India. Postilla 123: 1-10.
Dental paleopathology of medieval Britain. J. Hist. Med. Allied Sci. 23 (4): 383-385.
1969
The ecology of north Indian Ramapithecus. Nature 221: 451-452.
Notes on some little-known primate fossils from India. Folia Primatol. 10: 146-153. (I. Tattersall and E. L. Simons).
More on the ecology of north Indian Ramapithecus. Nature 224: 821-822.
Evolution of early man. Yrbk, McGraw-Hill Encycl. Sci. & Tech., 27-35.
1970
Taxonomy and evolution of the monkeys of Celebes. Amer. Scientist 53 (3): 334 (Review).
Man's Ancestors: An Introduction to Primate and Human Evolution. London, John Murray.
1971
Primates. McGraw-Hill Encycl. Sci. & Tech., new ed., 10: 677-679.
Origin of the family of man. Ventures 11 (1): 47-55. (E. L. Simons and I. Tattersall).
Ramapithecus. Yrbk, McGraw-Hill Encycl. Sci. & Tech., 222-224.

1971 (cont'd)
The physiological basis of the fine arts. J. Amer. Oriental Soc. 91 (2):

294-295. (Review, I. Tattersall and K. R. Weeks).
Revision of the subfossil Indriinae. Folia Primatol. 16 (3): 257-269.

The lemurs of Madagascar. Discovery 7 (1): 27-36.
1972
Of lemurs and men. Natural Hist. 81 (3): 32-43.
The functional significance of airorhynchy in Megaladapis. Folia Primatol. 18 (1-2): 20-26.
1973
Cranial anatomy of the Archaeolemurinae (Lemuroidea, Primates). Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 52 (1): 1-110.
Subfossil lemuroids and the "adaptive radiation" of the Malagasy lemurs. Trans. New York Acad. Sci. 35 (4): 314-324.
A note on the age of the subfossil site of Ampasambazimba, Miarinarivo Province, Malagasy Republic. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2520: 1-6.
Early man. Amer. J. Phys. Anthrop. 39 (3):481. (Review).
1974
Skull form and the mechanics of mandibular elevation in mammals. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2356: 1-9. (David Roberts and Ian Tattersall).
Relationships among the Malagasy lemurs: a preliminary revision based on craniodental morphology. New York, Wenner-Gren Foundation,1-28.
Facial structure and masticatory mechanics in Archaeolemur. In: Martin, R. D., G. A. Doyle and A. C. Walker (eds), Prosimian Biology. London, Duckworth. 563-577.
Craniodental morphology and the systematics of the Malagasy lemurs. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 52 (3): 139-192. (I. Tattersall and J. H. Schwartz).
1975
Phylogenetic relationships of Plesiadapis - the postcranial evidence. In: Szalay, F. S. (ed.), Approaches to Primate Paleobiology. Basel, S. Karger. 136-166. (F. S. Szalay, I. Tattersall and R. Decker).
Evolutionary models, phylogenetic reconstruction, and another look at hominid phylogeny. In: Szalay, F. S. (ed.), Approaches to Primate Paleobiology. Basel, S. Karger. 218-243. (N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall).
The evolutionary significance of Ramapithecus. Minneapolis, Burgess. 1-32.
Observations on the ecology and behavior of the mongoose lemur, Lemur mongoz mongoz Linnaeus (Primates, Lemuriformes) at Ampijoroa, Madagascar. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 52 (4): 194-216. (I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman).
Sur la datation absolue du gisement subfossilifère d'Ampasambazimba et sa signification. Bull. Acad. Malgache, n.s., 51 (2), for 1973: 41-43.
Lemur Biology. New York, Plenum. (ed. I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman).
History of study of the Malagasy lemurs, with notes on major museum collections. In: Tattersall, I. and R. W. Sussman (eds), Lemur Biology. New York, Plenum. 3-11. (J. Buettner-Janusch, I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman).
Notes on the topography, climate and vegetation of Madagascar. In: I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman (eds), Lemur Biology. New York, Plenum. 13-21. (I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman).
Notes on the cranial anatomy of the subfossil Malagasy lemurs. In: I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman (eds), Lemur Biology. New York, Plenum. 111-124.
Numerical taxonomy. (Review). Human Biol. 47 (2): 285-288.
India: Miocene and Pliocene. In: K. P. Oakley, B. Campbell and T. I. Molleson (eds), Catalogue of fossil hominids Part III: Americas, Asia, Australia. London, British Museum (Natural History). 93-97. (G. E. Meyer, E. L. Simons and I. Tattersall).
Pakistan: Miocene and Pliocene. In: Catalogue of fossil hominids Part III: Americas, Asia, Australia. London, British Museum (Natural History). 172-175. (G. E. Meyer, E. L. Simons and I. Tattersall).
Relationships among the Malagasy lemurs: the craniodental evidence. In: W. P. Luckett and F. S. Szalay (eds), Phylogeny of the primates: A multidisciplinary approach. New York, Plenum. 299-312. (I. Tattersall and J. H. Schwartz).
1976
Notes on the status of Lemur macaco and Lemur fulvus (Primates, Lemuriformes). Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 53 (2): 255-262.
The New World primates. Amer. Scientist 64 (5): 580.
Note sur la distribution et sur la situation actuelle des lemuriens des Comores. Mammalia 40 (3): 519-521.

1976 (cont'd)
Group structure and activity rhythm in Lemur mongoz (Primates, Lemuriformes) on Anjouan and Moheli islands, Comoro archipelago. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 53 (4): 363-378.
Cycles of activity, group composition, and diet of Lemur mongoz mongoz Linnaeus 1766 in Madagascar. Folia Primatol. 26 (3): 270-283. (R. W. Sussman and I. Tattersall).


1977
The lemurs of the Comoro islands. Oryx 13 (5): 445-448.
Fact, theory and fantasy in human paleontology. Amer. Scientist 65 (2): 204-211. (I. Tattersall and N. Eldredge).
Human origins. Amer. Scientist 65 (2): 229. (Review).
Reconstruction of hominid phylogeny: a testable framework based on a cladistic analysis. J. Hum. Evol. 6 (2): 263-278. (E. Delson, N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall).
Distribution of the Malagasy lemurs. Part 1: the lemurs of northern Madagascar. Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 293: 160-169.
Race. Syst. Zool. 26 (2): 249-250. (Review).
Ecology and behavior of Lemur fulvus mayottensis. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 54 (4): 421-482.
Man's forgotten cousins. Australian Nat. Hist. 19 (4): 124-129.
1978
Ecology and behaviour of nocturnal primates: prosimians of equatorial West Africa. Bioscience 28 (3): 312. (Review).
Functional cranial anatomy of the subfossil Malagasy lemurs. Nat. Geogr. Res. Repts 10: 559-568.
Behavioural variation in Lemur mongoz (= L. m. mongoz). In: D. J. Chivers and K. A. Joysey (eds), Recent Advances in Primatology, 3: Evolution. London, Academic Press. 127-132.
Dietary and dental variations in the genus Lemur, with comments concerning dietary-dental correlations among Malagasy primates. Amer. J. Phys. Anthrop. 49 (1): 119-127. (R. F. Kay, R. W. Sussman and I. Tattersall).
Phylogeny and classification of the primates revisited. Yrbk Phys. Anthrop. 21: 95-133. (J. H. Schwartz, I. Tattersall and N. Eldredge).
1979
The phylogenetic relationships of Adapidae (Primates, Lemuriformes). Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 55 (4): 271-283. (J. H. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
Another note on nomenclature and taxonomy in Lemuridae. Mammalia 43 (2): 256-257.
The study of prosimian behavior. Science 205 (4407): 684. (Review).
Patterns of activity in the Mayotte lemur, Lemur fulvus mayottensis. J. Mammal. 60 (2): 314-323.
1980
A preliminary study of crab-eating macaques (Macaca fascicularis) in Mauritius. Bull. Mauritius Inst. 9 (1): 31-58.
Nursery care of nonhuman primates. Amer. Scientist 68 (3): 329. (Review).
Monkey. Amer. Acad. Encycl. 13: 532-535.
Primate. Amer. Acad. Encycl. 15 539-542.
Chromosomes of Lemuriformes. VI. Comparative karyology of Lemur fulvus: a G-banded karyotype of Lemur fulvus mayottensis Schlegel 1866. Internat. J. Primatol. 1: 81-93. (A. E. Hamilton, I. Tattersall, R. W. Sussman and J. Buettner-Janusch).
1981
A sad reflection of the outside world. Nat. Hist. 90: 92-95. (Review).
Behavior and ecology of Macaca fascicularis in Mauritius: a preliminary study. Primates 22 (2): 192-205. (R. W. Sussman and I. Tattersall).
Comments on: Aspects of Neotropical bird speciation during the Cenozoic. In: G. Nelson and D. E. Rosen (eds), Vicariance biogeography: A critique. New York, Columbia University Press. 406-410.
Nocturnal Malagasy primates. Amer. Scientist 69 (4): 684 (Review).
Hematological and serum biochemical values in free-ranging Macaca fascicularis of Mauritius: possible diabetes mellitus and correlation with nutrition. Amer. J. Primatol. 1 (4): 413-419. (I. Tattersall, A. Dunaif, R. W. Sussman and R. Jamieson).
Comparative biology and evolutionary relationships of treeshrews. Amer. J. Primatol. 1 (4): 477-479. (Review).
1982
Two misconceptions of phylogeny and classification. Amer. J. Phys. Anthropol. 57 (1): 13.
"Lucy": a human ancestor? Americana Annual, 1982: 42-49. New York, Grolier.
The Primates of Madagascar. New York, Columbia Univ. Press. 1-382.
Omnivorous primates. Curator 24 (2): 118-121. (Review).

1982 (cont'd)
The myths of human evolution. New York, Columbia Univ. Press. 1-197. (N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall).
Functional morphology of the hip and thigh of the Lorisiformes. Folia Primatol. 38 (1-2): 138. (Review).
1983
Comment on "Ramapithecus and hominid origins". Current Anthropol. 23 (5):515.
A note on the status of "Adapis" priscus Stehlin, l916. Amer. J. Primatol. 3 (3): 295-298. (J. H. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
Relationships of Microadapis sciureus (Stehlin, 1916), and two new primate genera from the Eocene of Switzerland. Folia Primatol. 39: 178-186. (J. H. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
A reappraisal of the European Eocene primate genus Periconodon. Palaeontology 26 (1): 227-230. (I. Tattersall and J. H. Schwartz).
Future people. Science 83 4 (2): 74-77. (N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall).
A review of the European primate genus Anchomomys and some allied forms. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 57 (5): 344-352. (J. H. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
Status of the Comoro lemurs: a reappraisal. IUCN/SSC Primate Specialist Group Newslett. 3: 24-27.
A revision of the European Eocene primate Protoadapis and some allied forms. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2762:1-16. (I. Tattersall and J. H. Schwartz).
Studies on the lemurs of the Comoro archipelago. Nat. Geogr. Res. Repts 15: 641-654.
Beyond the chariots of the gods. Recent Publ. Nat. Hist. 1 (2): 6-7. (Review).
Man among the primates. Reviews in Anthropol. 10 (3): 1-5. (Review).
A new genus and species of adapid primate from the middle Eocene of Alsace, and a new genus for "Adapis" ruetimeyeri Stehlin, 1912. Folia Primatol. 41: 231-239. (I. Tattersall and J. H. Schwartz).
A new genus and species of primate from the Geiseltal, Eocene of the German Democratic Republic. Z. Geol. Wiss. Berlin 11 (7): 911-914. (J . H. Schwartz, I. Tattersall and H. Haubold).
1984
The good, the bad, and the synthesis. Amer. Anthropol. 86 (1): 86-90.
Ancestors: four million years of humanity. New York, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 1-16. (I. Tattersall and E. Delson).
I cranio di cristallo. Kos 1 (3): 28-32. (N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall).
The treeshrew, Tupaia: a "living model" of the ancestral primate? In: N. Eldredge and S. Stanley (eds), Living fossils. New York, Springer, 32-37.
I miti dell'evoluzione umana. Torino, Paolo Boringhieri. 1-205. (N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall, Italian trans. of The Myths of Human Evolution).
1985
Os mitos da evolucao humana. Rio de Janeiro, Zahar Editores. 1-168. (N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall, Portuguese trans. of The Myths of Human Evolution).
Biology of tarsiers. Recent Publ. Nat. Hist. 2 (4): 2-4. (Review).
Island primates of the western Indian Ocean. Nat. Geogr. Res. Repts 17: 855-862.

All in the family. Discover 6 (1): 79-81. (Review).
Evolutionary relationships of living lemurs and lorises (Mammalia, Primates) and their potential affinities with European Eocene Adapidae. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 60 (1): 1-100. (J. H. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
The "Ancestors" exhibition. Americana Annual, 1985: 101. New York, Grolier.
The "Ancestors" project: an expurgated history. In: Ancestors: the Hard Evidence, E. Delson (ed). New York, Alan R. Liss. 1-5. (I. Tattersall, J. Van Couvering and E. Delson).
Madagascar. Amer. Scientist 73 (6): 587. (Review).
An annotated catalogue of Malagasy primates (families Lemuridae, Indriidae, Daubentoniidae, Megaladapidae, Cheirogaleidae) in the collections of the American Museum of Natural History. Amer. Mus. Novitates 2834: 1-45. (J. Buettner-Janusch and I. Tattersall).
Homing behavior in an artificially released female Mauritian long-tailed macaque. Mammalia 49 (3): 325-328 (I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman).
The human skeletons from Huaca Prieta, with a note on exostoses of the external auditory meatus. In: The Preceramic excavations at the Huaca Prieta, Chicama Valley, Peru. J. B. Bird, J. Hyslop, and M. D. Skinner. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 62 (1): 60-64.
1986
Distribution, abundance, and putative ecological strategy of Macaca fascicularis on the island of Mauritius, southwestern Indian Ocean. Folia Primatol. 46 (1): 28-43. (R. W. Sussman and I. Tattersall).
Notes on the distribution and taxonomic status of some subspecies of Propithecus in Madagascar. Folia Primatol. 46 (1): 51-63.
Thumbs up for the human hand. Faces 3 (1): 4-6.
Species recognition in human paleontology. Jour. Hum. Evol. 15: 165-175.
Systematics of the Malagasy strepsirhine primates. Comparative Primate Biology, vol. 1: Systematics, Evolution, and Anatomy, D. R. Swindler and J. Erwin (eds). New York: Alan R. Liss. 43-72.
1987
A conspectus of primate evolution (Review of B. Wood, L. Martin & P. Andrews, eds, Major Topics in Primate and Human Evolution). Jour. Hum. Evol. 15: 313-321.
Los Mitos de la Evolucion Humana. Mexico City, Fondo de Cultura Economica. (N. Eldredge and I. Tattersall, Spanish trans. of The Myths of Human Evolution).
Primates. McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 7th ed., vol. 12: 259-265. New York: McGraw-Hill. (E. Delson and I. Tattersall).
Putting humanity in context. Nature 238 (6126):121. (Review).
J. T. Last and the type-locality of Benson's Rockthrush Monticola bensoni. Bull. Brit. Ornith. Cl. 107 (2): 55-59. (N. Collar and I. Tattersall).
Itampolo: two subfossil sites in Madagascar. J. Vert. Paleont. 7 (3): 342-343.
Tarsiers, adapids and the integrity of Strepsirhini. J. Hum. Evol. 16: 23-40. (J. H. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
Prevalence of glucose intolerance in free-ranging Macaca fascicularis of Mauritius. Amer. J. Primatol. 13 (4): 435-442. (A. Dunaif and I. Tattersall).
1988
Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory. New York, Garland Publishing. 1-603. (I. Tattersall, E. Delson & J. A. Van Couvering, eds).
38 articles in Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory. New York, Garland Publishing.
A note on nomenclature in Lemuridae. Phys. Anthrop. Newslett. 7 (1): 14.
Cathemeral activity in primates: a definition. Folia Primatol. 49: 200-202.
L'homme, son evolution, sa diversite: manuel d'anthropologie. (Review). Jour. Hum. Evol. 17 (3): 377-378.
1989
Madagascar: The unique island. Faces 5 (6): 4-6.
Ordered order. (Review). Nature 338 (6211): 184.
The Non-Darwinian Revolution: Reinterpreting a Historical Myth. (Review). American Anthropologist 91 (2): 517-518.
A further note on nomenclature in Lemuridae. Jour. Hum. Evol. 18 (5): 499-500. (I. Tattersall and K. Koopman).
Ecology and behavior of the Malagasy primates. In: P. K. Seth and S. Seth (eds), Perspectives in Primate Biology, vol. 3. Delhi, Today & Tomorrow's Printers and Publishers. 61-69. (I.Tattersall and R. W. Sussman).
The roles of ecological and behavioral observation in species recognition among primates. Hum. Evol. 4: 117-124.
Comment on "Human fossil history and evolutionary paradigms". In: M. K. Hecht (ed.), Evolutionary Biology at the Crossroads. Flushing, N.Y., Queens College Press. 139-141.

1990
A Theory of Primate and Human Evolution. (Review). Quart. Rev. Biol. 65 (1): 118-119.
Anthropology. In: Science Year, 1991. Chicago,World Book, Inc. 233-237.
Our closest relatives: The apes. Faces 7 (3): 4-8.
1991
Geographical variation in the fork-marked lemur, Phaner furcifer (Primates, Cheirogaleidae). Folia Primatologica 56 (1): 39-49. (C. P. Groves and I. Tattersall).
What was the "Human Revolution"? J. Hum. Evol. 20 (1): 77-83.
Distribution survey of the Malagasy lemurs: request for information and initial report. Primate Conservation 9 (for 1988): 116-117.
Field reporting of variation within lemur species. Primate Conservation 9 (for 1988): 117-118. (D. Meyers and I. Tattersall).
Phylogeny and nomenclature in the Lemur-group of Malagasy strepsirhine primates. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 69: 1-18. (I. Tattersall and J. H. Schwartz).
Primates. Encyclopedia of Human Biology, vol. 6: 135-143. San Diego: Academic Press. (E. Delson and I. Tattersall).
Paleoanthropology Annuals, Volume 1: 1990. New York: Garland Publishing, Inc. (E. Delson, I. Tattersall and J. Van Couvering, eds). 1-287.
The year in paleoanthropology: 1990. In E. Delson, I. Tattersall and J. Van Couvering (eds), Paleoanthropology Annuals, Vol. 1: 1990). New York, arland Publishing. ix - xiv. (E. Delson, I. Tattersall and J. Van Couvering).
Lemur species show differences in immunological and biological activity of Luteinizing Hormone. Folia Primatologica 57 (3): 173-176. (A. Dunaif and I. Tattersall).
1992
The Mayotte lemur: Cause for alarm. Primate Conservation 10 (for 1989): 26-27.

The many faces of Homo habilis. Evol. Anthrop. 1 (1): 33-37.
Narratives of human evolution. (Review). Amer. Anthropol. 94 (1): 243-244.
Palaeopropithecus ingens G. Grandidier 1899 (Mammalia, Primates): Proposed conservation of both generic and specific names. Bull. Zool. Nomencl. 49 (1): 55-57. (I. Tattersall, E. Simons and M. Vuillaume-Randriamanantena).
Olduvai Gorge, Volume 4: The Skulls, Endocasts and Teeth of Homo habilis. (Review). Int. Jour. Primatol. 13 (3): 347-350. (Review).
Species concepts and species identification in human evolution. Jour. Hum. Evol. 22 (4/5): 341-349.
Systematic versus ecological diversity: The example of the Malagasy primates. In: N. Eldredge (ed), Systematics, Ecology and the Biodiversity Crisis. New York, Columbia University Press: 25-39.
Relationships within the Malagasy primate subfamily Lemurinae. In: T. Matano, R. Tuttle, H. Ishida and M. Goodman (eds), Topics in Primatology, Vol. 3. Tokyo, Tokyo University Press: 103-112. (I. Tattersall and J. Schwartz).
Evolution comes to life. Scientific American 267 (2): 80-87.
Die Subfossilen Lemuren und das Aussterben von Wirbeltieren auf Madagaskar. In: V. Ceska, H.-U. Hoffman and K.-H. Winkelsträter (eds), Lemuren im Zoo: Aktuelle Forschungsergebnisse, Artenschutz, Perspektiven. Berlin, Paul Parey: 35-38.
Human origins and the origins of humanity. Human Evolution 7 (2): 17-24.
1993
Madagascar's lemurs. Scientific American 268 (1): 110-117.
Treatise on man. Nature 361 (6410): 314. (Review).
Speciation and morphological differentiation in the genus Lemur. In: W. H. Kimbel and L. Martin (eds), Species, Species Concepts and Primate Evolution. New York, Plenum Press: 163-176.
How did humans get that way? Natural History 102 (4): 57.
The Human Odyssey: Four Million Years of Human Evolution. New York: Prentice Hall, 191 pp.
The elephant wars. The New York Times Book Review, May 2, 1993: 13. (Review).
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Mankind in the making. Nature 365 (6446): 579. (Review).
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A diverse hominoid fauna from the late middle Pleistocene breccia cave of Tham Khuyen, Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 73: 1-11. (J. H. Schwartz, V. T. Long, N. L. Cuong, L. T. Kha and I. Tattersall).
Cladism and species recognition. Phys. Anth. News 13 (1): 5-6.
Extending human power: The first tools. Faces 11 (1): 6-8.

Morphology and phylogeny. Evolutionary Anthropology 3 (2): 40-41.
What does it mean to be human -- And why does it matter? Evolutionary Anthropology 3 (4): 114-116.
Lemurs of Madagascar. Washington, DC: Conservation International, 358 pp. (R. A. Mittermeier, I. Tattersall, W. R. Konstant, D. M. Meyers and R. B. Mast).
1995
Primates: Lemurs, Monkeys and You. Brookfield, CT: The Millbrook Press, 72 pp.
The Fossil Trail: How We Know What We Think We Know About Human Evolution. New York: Oxford University Press, 276 pp.
Paleoanthropology and evolutionary theory. In: Research Frontiers in Anthropology, Ember, M., C. Ember and P. Peregrine (eds). Prentice Hall, New York: 1-18.
A review of the Pleistocene hominoid fauna of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (excluding Hylobatidae). Anthrop. Pap. Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist. 76: 1-24. (J. H. Schwartz, V. T. Long, N. L. Cuong, L. T. Kha and I. Tattersall).
Paleontological Reconnaissance in Yemen. Bull. Amer. Inst. Yemeni Studies 37: 21-24. (I. Tattersall, J. M. Clark and P. Whybrow).
The Last Neanderthal: The Rise, Success, and Mysterious Extinction of Our Closest Human Relatives. New York: Macmillan, 208 pp.
Pattern and process in strepsirhine phylogeny. In L. Alterman, G. A. Doyle and M. K. Izzard (eds), Creatures of the Dark: The Nocturnal Prosimians. New York, Plenum Publishing: pp. 31-44. (J. C. Masters, R. J. Rayner, and I. Tattersall).
1996
Balanced speculation on our origins (Review). BioScience 46 (3): 217-218.
The evolution of humanness. In D. M. Reynolds (ed.), "Remove Not the Ancient Landmark": Public Monuments and Moral Values. Amsterdam, Gordon and Breach: pp. 33-45.
Whose teeth? Nature 381 (6579): 201-202. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
Prehistoric potboilers (Review). Time 147 (22): 79.
Humans and climate (Review). Nature 383 (6596): 137.
The skull of "Sinanthropus" from Zhoukoudian, China: a new reconstruction. Jour. Hum. Evol. 31: 311-314. (I. Tattersall and G. J. Sawyer).
Significance of some previously unrecognized apomorphies in the nasal region of Homo neanderthalensis. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 93: 10852-10854. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
Paleoanthropology and preconception. In W. E. Meikle, F. C. Howell and N. G. Jablonski (eds) Contemporary Issues in Human Evolution, California Academy of Sciences Memoir 21, pp. 47-54.
E pluribus human? (Review). Natural History 106 (1): 10-11.
1997
Eco Homo: How the Human Being Emerged from the Cataclysmic History of the Earth. (Review). Nature 388 (6643): 638.
Out of Africa again .. and again? Scientific American 276 (4): 46-53.
Facing the past. (Review). Los Angeles Times Book Review 10/26: 7.
Toward distinguishing Homo neanderthalensis from Homo sapiens, and vice versa. Anthropologie 34 (for 1996): 79-88. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).1997 (cont’d)
What are the odds of what? Evol. Anth. 6 (1): 9-10.
1998
Paradise in peril: Examining the interaction of people and biota in Madagascar. (Review) American Scientist 86: 78-79.
Becoming Human: Evolution and Human Uniqueness. New York: Harcourt Brace. 258 pp.
“Little brown lemurs” of Northern Madagascar: Phylogeny and ecological role in resource partitioning. Folia Primatologica 69 (suppl. 1): 379-388. (I. Tattersall and R. W. Sussman).
Neanderthal genes: What do they mean? Evol. Anth. 6 (5): 157-158.
Metaphysics and the Origin of Species. (Review). Amer. Jour. Phys. Anth. 106 (3): 406-408.
The origin of the human capacity. James Arthur Lecture Series (American Museum of Natural History) 68: 1-27.
The Laetoli diorama. Scientific American 279 (3): 53.
Il Cammino dell’Uomo: Perché Siamo Diversi dagli Altri Animali (Italian trans. of “Becoming Human”). Milan: Garzanti Editore, 222 pp.
Morphology, paleoanthropology, and Neanderthals. Anatomical Record (New Anat.) 253 (4): 113-117. (I. Tattersall and J. H. Schwartz).
Lemurs of the Comoro Archipelago: Status of Eulemur mongoz on Mohéli and Anjouan, and of Eulemur fulvus on Mayotte. Lemur News 3: 15-17.
Lorisidae Gray, 1821 and Galagidae Gray, 1825 (Mammalia, Primates): Proposed conservation as the correct original spellings. Bull. Zool. Nomencl. 55 (3): 165-168. (J. Schwartz, J. Shoshani, I. Tattersall, E. Simons and G. Gunnell).
Human Evolution: An Overview. In: An Evolving Dialogue: Scientific, Historical, Philosophical and Theological Perspectives on Evolution, J. B. Miller (ed). Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, pp. 199-211.
Hacia el Ser Humano: La singularidad del Hombre y la Evolución. (Spanish trans. of “Becoming Human”). Barcelona: Ediciones Península, 285 pp.
Vestal fire: An environmental history, told through fire, of Europe and Europe’s encounter with the world. (Review). Quart. Rev. Biol. 73 (4): 481-482.
Fer-se Humà: La singularitat de l’home i l’evolució. (Catalan trans. of “Becoming Human”). Barcelona: Edicions 62, 287 pp.
Comment on: Cave Art, autism, and the evolution of the human mind. Camb. Arch. Jour. 8 (2): 182-183.

1999
The abuse of adaptation. Evol. Anth. 7 (4): 115-116.
Scientist’s note: Becoming human. In: The Nova Reader: Science at the Turn of the Millennium, S. Hackman (ed). New York: TV Books, pp. 55-56.
Reviews of: l’Art des cavernes en Pays-Basque: les Grottes d’Ekain et Altxerri; Journey Through the Ice Age; l’Art des origines au Yemen. Amer. Anthropol. 100 [for 1998] (3): 800-802.

A new reconstruction of the skull of Homo erectus from Zhoukoudian, China. In: The Hominids and Their Environment During the Lower and Middle Pleistocene of Eurasia, J. Gibert, F. Sanchez, L. Gibert and F. Ribot (eds). Orce, Spain: Museo de Prehistoria y Paleontologia, pp.277-286. (G. Sawyer and I. Tattersall).

Toward a new definition of Homo neanderthalensis and Homo sapiens: I. The nasal region. In: The Hominids and Their Environment During the Lower and Middle Pleistocene of Eurasia, J. Gibert, F. Sanchez, L. Gibert and F. Ribot (eds). Orce, Spain: Museo de Prehistoria y Paleontologia, pp.299-310. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

L’émergence de l’Homme (French trans. of “Becoming Human”). Paris: Gallimard, 284 pp.

Rethinking human evolution. Archaeology 52 (4): 22-25.

Hominids and hybrids: The place of Neanderthals in human evolution. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 96: 7117-7119. (I. Tattersall and J. Schwartz).

Becoming Human: Evolution and Human Uniqueness. WorldReview 3 (3): 28-30.

The major features of human evolution. In: The Biological Basis of Human Behavior: A Critical Review, 2nd ed. R.W. Sussman (ed). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall, pp. 45-54.

New thoughts on Neanderthal behavior: Evidence from nasal morphology. In: Hominid Evolution: Lifestyles and Survival Strategies. H. Ullrich (ed). Berlin, Edition Archaea. (J. Schwartz, I. Tattersall and J. Laitman).

A difference of opinion. Calliope 10 (1): 49.

Po Sledi Fosilov: Kaj si Mislimo, da Vemo o cloveski evoluciji. (Slovenian trans. of “The Fossil Trail.”) Ljubljana: Zbirka Sophia, pp 1-362.

Neandertaler: Der Streit um Unserer Ahnen. (German trans. of “The Last Neanderthal”). Basel, Birkhäuser Verlag, pp. 1-216.

Kaseki Kara Siru: Hito no Sinka. (Japanese trans. of "The Fossil Trail"). Tokyo: Mita Publishing, pp. 1-440.

Saigo no Neandertaru. (Japanese trans of "The Last Neanderthal"). Tokyo: Nikkei Science, Inc., pp 1-184.

Diversità tra i primi bipedi moderni: Homo ergaster e Homo erectus. In: Ecce Homo: Scritti in Onore dell'Uomo del Terzo Millennio. D. C. Johanson and G. Ligabue (eds). Milano: Electa, pp. 138-155.

La posizione dell'uomo di Neanderthal nell'evoluzione umana e l'origine dell' Homo sapiens. In: Ecce Homo: Scritti in Onore dell'Uomo del Terzo Millennio. D. C. Johanson and G. Ligabue (eds). Milano: Electa, pp. 156-175.

Patterns of origin and extinction in the mammal fauna of Madagascar. In: Elephants have a snorkel! Papers in Honour of Paul Y. Sondaar. J. W. F. Reumer and J. de Vos (eds). Deinsea, Annual of the Natural History Museum of Rotterdam 7: 303-311.

Paleoantropologija in evolucijska teorija. In: Pliocenski in Pleistocenski Hominidi, B. Bajd and B. Kavur (eds). Ljubljana: SOU Studentska Zalozba, pp. 23-33.

Variabilnost proti razlicnosti v evoluciji cloveca. Drugacen pogled na Homo sapiens in Homo neanderthalensis. In: Pliocenski in Pleistocenski Hominidi, B. Bajd and B. Kavur (eds). Ljubljana: SOU Studentska Zalozba, pp. 90-104. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).
2000

Once we were not alone. Scientific American 282 (1): 56-62.

Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory, 2nd Edition. New York: Garland Publishing, 753 pp. (eds E. Delson, I. Tattersall, J.A. Van Couvering and A. Brooks).

42 articles in: Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory, 2nd Edition. New York: Garland Publishing, 753 pp. (eds E. Delson, I. Tattersall, J.A. Van Couvering and A. Brooks).

Time and evolution. In: Time in Contemporary Intellectual Thought. P. Baert (ed). London, Elsevier, pp. 151-169.

Paleoanthropology: The last half-century. Evol. Anth. 9 (1): 2-16.

The human chin revisited: What is it and who has it? Jour. Hum. Evol. 38: 367-409. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

Will we keep evolving? Time Magazine 155 (14): 96-97 (April 2000)

Extinct Humans. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 256 pp. (I. Tattersall and J. Schwartz).

Whatever turns you on (Review of The Mating Mind: How Sexual Choice Shaped the Evolution of Human Nature, by Geoffrey Miller). New York Times Book Review, June 11, 2000: 35.

Palaeoanthropology and evolutionary biology. Anthropologie (Brno) 38 (2): 165-168.

L'homme des origines: Savoirs et fictions en prehistoire (Review of C. Cohen, L'homme des origines). Isis 91 (2): 345-346.

Biotech and Modern Human Origins. Genetic Engineering News 20 (15): 6, 87. (I. Tattersall and J. Schwartz).

Paleoanthropology as a discovery-driven science. HOMO 51 (Suppl.): S128.

Mysteries of the organism (Review of Human Natures: Genes, Cultures, and the Human Prospect, by Paul R. Ehrlich). Los Angeles Times Book Review, October 22, 2000, p. 3.

The latest Neanderthals in Portugal – Odontologic and other evidence, historic references. Mem. Acad. Sci. Lisboa (Ciencias) XXXVIII: 21-22. (M. Antunes, J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

The latest Neanderthals from Portugal. Mem. Acad. Sci. Lisboa (Ciencias) XXXVIII: 283-317. (M. Antunes, A. Santinho Cunha, J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

Variability in human evolution: Putting the cart before the horse? Mem. Acad. Sci. Lisboa (Ciencias) XXXVIII: 381-415. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

What constitutes Homo erectus? Acta Anthrop. Sinica 19 (Suppl.: Proc. 1999 Beijing Int'l Symp. on Paleoanthrop.): 18-22 (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

Diet and the Neanderthals. Univ. Carolinae Med. Acta 41 (1-4): 29-36 (I. Tattersall and J. Schwartz).

2001

"Homo erectus newyorkensis": An Indonesian fossil rediscovered in Manhattan sheds light on the middle phase of human evolution. Anatomical Record 262: 341-343. (J. Laitman and I. Tattersall).

A hundred years of missing links. Natural History 109 (10): 62-65.

Paleontologie e pregiudizio. PluriVerso VI (3): 6-13.

How we came to be human. Scientific American 285 (6): 56-63.

Evolution, genes, and behavior. Zygon 36 (4): 657-666.

Tupai: A field study of Bornean treeshrews (Review). Quart. Rev. Biol. 76 (4): 507-508.

Human Paleobiology (Review). Jour. Hum. Evol. 41 (4): 709-712.

Diversity in palaeoanthropology. In: Homo -- Unsere Herkunft und Zukunft. M. Schultz et al. (eds). Gottingen, Cuvillier Verlag, pp. 6-9.

Classification and phylogeny in human evolution. Ludus Vitalis 9 (15): 137-142.

2002

The Monkey in the Mirror: Essays on the Science of What Makes Us Human. New York: Harcourt. 203pp.

The Human Fossil Record. Vol. 1: Terminology and Craniodental Morphology of Genus Homo (Europe). New York: Wiley-Liss. 388pp. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

Science versus religion? No contest. Natural History 111 (3): 100.

A mammoth mystery. Natural History 111 (4): 12-13. (J. Cloughly and I. Tattersall).

Do ruffed lemurs form a hybrid zone? Distribution and discovery of Varecia, with systematic and conservation implications. American Museum Novitates 3376: 1-26. (N. Vasey and I. Tattersall).

Everything must go: The sure extinction that we travel to, and the species we have lost. Times Literary Supplement 5183 (2 August, 2002): 3-4.

Natural history and geology museums in the last millennium and the next. Geol. Res. Dev. Centre Indonesia, Spec. Publ. 27: 9-12.

The case for saltational events in human evolution. Proc. British Acad. 106: 49-59.

Studying human origins (Review). Jour. Interdisciplinary Hist. 33: 2.

Adaptation: The unifying myth of biological anthropology. Teaching Anthropology: SACC Notes 9 (1): 9-11, 39.

Is paleoanthropology science? Naming new fossils and control of access to them. Anat. Rec. (New Anat.) 269: 239-241. (I. Tattersall and J. Schwartz)

Fossil primates. In: McGraw Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, 9th ed., vol. 7: 472-479. New York: McGraw-Hill. (E. Delson and I. Tattersall)

Detection of mycobacterial DNA in Andean mummies. Jour. Clin. Microbiol. 40 (12): 4738-4740. (N. Konomi, E. Lebwohl, K. Mowbray, I. Tattersall and D. Zhang).

2003

Comment on: Genes and Cultures. What creates our behavioral phenome? Current Anthropology 44 (1): 102.

Selection, species and spandrels: Divergent views of evolutionary theory. (Review of: Gould, S. J., The Structure of Evolutionary Theory, and Levinton, J., Genetics, Paleontology and Macroevolution, 2nd ed.). Evolutionary Anthropology 12: 50-52. (Reprinted in: A. Chesworth et al. (eds), Darwin Day Collection, One: The Single Best Idea, Ever, pp. 125-130. Albuquerque, NM: Tangled Bank Press).

Understanding the bases of human cognition and behavior. In: D. Reynolds (ed), Thirteenth Samuel Dorsky Symposium on Public Monuments. New York: The Monuments Conservancy, pp. 79-82.

Drenched in symbolism. Scientific American 281 (1): 88-89 (Review of Prehistoric Art: The Symbolic Journey of Humankind by R. White).

The Human Fossil Record, Volume 2: Craniodental Morphology of Genus Homo (Africa and Asia). New York: Wiley-Liss, 603 pp. (J. Schwartz and I. Tattersall).

Adaptation, systematics and human evolution. In: C. S. Harcourt and B. R. Sherwood (eds), New Perspectives in Primate Evolution and Behaviour. Otley, UK: Westbury Academic & Scientific Publishing, pp. 3-12. (nominally 2002).

Missing Link. In: J. W. V. van Huyssteen (ed.), Encyclopedia of Science and Religion. New York: Macmillan Reference USA (Gale), pp. 577-578.

Paleoanthropology. In: J. W. V. van Huyssteen (ed.), Encyclopedia of Science and Religion. New York: Macmillan Reference USA (Gale), p. 637.

Paleontology. In: J. W. V. van Huyssteen (ed.), Encyclopedia of Science and Religion. New York: Macmillan Reference USA (Gale), pp. 637-641. (I. Tattersall and K. Mowbray).

Evolution, Human. In: J. W. V. van Huyssteen (ed.), Encyclopedia of Science and Religion. New York: Macmillan Reference USA (Gale), pp. 298-301. (K. Mowbray and I. Tattersall).

Stand and deliver. Natural History 112 (9): 60-64. [Review of J. Kingdon, Lowly Origin, and C. Stanford, Upright].

Comment on: T. Holliday, Species concepts, reticulation, and human evolution. Current Anthropol. 44 (5): 665-666.
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