Thursday, April 27, 2006

The Ache Of Paraguay

Here are a selection of links related to the work of Hill and Hurtado on the Ache of Paraguay:

Who are the Ache?

The paradoxical nature of hunter-gatherer diets: meat-based, yet non-atherogenic, L Cordain, SB Eaton, J Brand Miller, N Mann and K Hill, European Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2002) 56, Suppl 1, S42–S52

Polymorphisms of CYP1A1, CYP2E1, GSTM1, GSTT1, and TP53 Genes in Amerindians
Pedro A. Gaspar, Mara H. Hutz,1 Francisco M. Salzano,1 Kim Hill, A. Magdalena Hurtado,M. Luiza Petzl-Erler, Luiza T. Tsuneto, and Tania A. Weimer, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY 119:249–256 (2002)

Food Transfers Among Hiwi Foragers of Venezuela: Tests of Reciprocity, Michael Gurven, Kim Hill, Hillard Kaplan, Ana Hurtado, and Richard Lyles, Human Ecology, Vol. 28, No. 2, 2000

Hunter-Gatherers of the New World, Kim Hill, A. Magdalena Hurtado

2005 Walker, R. S. , K. Hill, O. Burger, A.M. Hurtado. Life in the slow lane revisited: ontogenetic separation between chimpanzees and humans. In press, American J. Physical Anthropology. 128:000-000.

1996 Hill, K. and A.M. Hurtado
Ache Life History: The Ecology and Demography of a Foraging People. Aldine Press.

Chapter Two Part One

Chapter Two part two

Hurtado A. M., K. Hill, H. Kaplan, J. Lancaster. 2001 The epidemiology of
infectious diseases among South American Indians
. Current Anthropology, v. 42(3): 425-432.

Hill, K., C. Boesch, J. Goodall, A. Pussey, J. Williams and R. Wrangham. 2001, Chimpanzee Mortality in the Wild. Journal of Human Evolution 40: 437-450.

Kaplan, H., K. Hill, J. Lancaster, and A.M. Hurtado. 2000 The Evolution of intelligence and the Human life history, Evolutionary Anthropology, 9(4): 156-184.

Hill, K. and H. Kaplan. 1999. Life History Traits in Humans: Theory and empirical studies. Annu. Rev. Anthropol. 28:397-430

Hill, K. 1993. Life History Theory and Evolutionary Anthropology. Evolutionary Anthropology. 2(3):78-88.

Hurtado, A.M. and K. Hill. 1990. Seasonality in a foraging society: variation in diet, work effort, fertility, and the sexual division of labor among the Hiwi of Venezuela. Journal of Anthropological Research. Vol 46(3):293-346

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