Emmanuelle Honoré

Selected bibliography

  • Honoré E. 2021. An ontological approach to Saharan rock art. In O. Moro Abadía & M. Porr (eds.), Ontologies of Rock Art: Images, Relational Approaches, and Indigenous Knowledges. London & New-York, Routledge: 283-301.
  • Honoré E. 2020. Did prehistoric people consider themselves as equals or unequals? A testimony from the last hunter-gatherers of the Eastern Sahara. In L. Moreau ed, Social inequality before farming? Multidisciplinary approaches to the study of social organization in prehistoric and ethnographic hunter-gatherer-fisher societies. Cambridge, McDonald Institute Conversations: 293-302.
  • Honoré E. 2019. The archaeology of sharing immaterial things: social gatherings and the making of collective identities of the Eastern Saharan last hunter-gatherers. In D. Friesem & N. Lavi eds, Towards a Broader View of Hunter Gatherer Sharing. Cambridge, McDonald Institute Monographs: 113-122.
  • Honoré E., Lucas C., Petrognani S., Robert E. 2019. Symbolic territories in Prehistory. Thematic issue of Quaternary International 503 (Part B).
  • Honoré E. 2019. Prehistoric landmarks in contrasted territories: Rock art of the Libyan Desert massifs, Egypt. Quaternary International 503 : 264-272. doi:10.1016/j.quaint.2017.06.068