sábado, 19 de abril de 2008

Prof. Tim Ingold no Porto - a não perder !!!!!!!!!

Serralves: auditório: dia 15 de Maio de 2008: 21,30 h.

Coordenadora: Prof.ª Marina Lencastre




Tim Ingold was born in 1948. He received his BA in Social Anthropology from the University of Cambridge in 1970, and his PhD in 1976. For his doctoral research he carried out ethnographic fieldwork (1971-72) among the Skolt Saami of northeastern Finland, and the resulting monograph ('The Skolt Lapps Today', 1976) was a study of the ecological adaptation, social organisation and ethnic politics of this small minority community under conditions of post-war resettlement. Following a year (1973-74) at the University of Helsinki, he was appointed to a Lectureship in Social Anthropology at the University of Manchester. Here he continued his research on northern circumpolar peoples, looking comparatively at hunting, pastoralism and ranching as alternative ways in which such peoples have based a livelihood on reindeer or caribou. His second book, 'Hunters, pastoralists and ranchers: reindeer economies and their transformations', was published in 1980. A further spell of ethnographic fieldwork, this time among Finnish rather than Saami people, was undertaken in the district of Salla, in northern Finland, in 1979-80. The purpose of this research was to examine how farming, forestry and reindeer herding were combined on the level of local livelihood, to investigate the reasons for the intense rural depopulation in the region, and to compare the long term effects of post-war resettlement here with those experienced by the Skolt Saami.

Ingold’s research on circumpolar reindeer herding and hunting led to a more general concern with human-animal relations and the conceptualisation of the humanity-animality interface, as well as with the comparative anthropology of hunter-gatherer and pastoral societies, themes which he also explored while teaching courses at Manchester in economic and ecological anthropology. These concerns led to a number of essays which were collected together in his book 'The Appropriation of Nature', published in 1986. The same year also saw the publication of another major volume, 'Evolution and Social Life', a study of the ways in which the notion of evolution has been handled in the disciplines of anthropology, biology and history, from the late nineteenth century to the present. Two important conferences also took place in that year: the World Archaeological Congress (Southampton), in which Ingold organised a series of sessions devoted to cultural attitudes to animals, and the Fourth International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies (London), of which he was a principal organiser. Ingold edited one of the volumes to arise from the Southampton Congress, 'What is an animal?', published in 1988, and was co-editor of the two-volume work 'Hunters and Gatherers', consisting of papers from the London conference and published in the same year.

Through a reconsideration of toolmaking and speech as criteria of human distinctiveness, Ingold became interested in the connection, in human evolution, between language and technology. With Kathleen Gibson, he organised an international conference on this theme in 1990, and the resulting volume, edited by Gibson and Ingold ('Tools, language and cognition in human evolution'), was published in 1993. Since then, Ingold has sought ways of bringing together the anthropologies of technology and art, leading to his current view of the centrality of skilled practice. At the same time he has continued his research and teaching in ecological anthropology and, influenced by the work of James Gibson on perceptual systems, has been exploring ways of integrating ecological approaches in anthropology and psychology. In his recent work, linking the themes of environmental perception and skilled practice, Ingold has attempted to replace traditional models of genetic and cultural transmission, founded upon the alliance of neo-Darwinian biology and cognitive science, with a relational approach focusing on the growth of embodied skills of perception and action within social and environmental contexts of development. These ideas are presented in his book 'The Perception of the Environment' (2000), a collection of twenty-three essays written over the previous decade on the themes of livelihood, dwelling and skill.

Ingold was appointed to a Chair at the University of Manchester in 1990, and in 1995 he became Max Gluckman Professor of Social Anthropology. He was Editor of 'Man' (the Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute) from 1990 to 1992, and edited the Routledge 'Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology', published in 1994. In 1988 he founded the Group for Debates in Anthropological Theory, and edited a volume of the first six annual debates ('Key Debates in Anthropology', 1996). He was elected to a Fellowship of the British Academy in 1997, and of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 2000. In 1999 he was President of the Anthropology and Archaeology Section of the British Association for the Advancement of Science.

In 1999, Tim Ingold moved to take up the newly established Chair of Social Anthropology at the University of Aberdeen, where he has been instrumental in setting up the UK's youngest Department of Anthropology, established in 2002. In his latest research he has been exploring three themes, all arising from his earlier work on the perception of the environment, concerning first, the dynamics of pedestrian movement, secondly, the creativity of practice, and thirdly, the linearity of writing. These issues all come together in his current project, funded by a 3-year ESRC Professorial Fellowship (2005-08), entitled 'Explorations in the comparative anthropology of the line'. Starting from the premise that what walking, observing and writing all have in common is that they proceed along lines of one kind and another, the project seeks to forge a new approach to understanding the relation, in human social life and experience, between movement, knowledge and description. At the same time, and complementing this study, Ingold is researching and teaching on the connections between anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture (the '4 As'), conceived as ways of exploring the relations between human beings and the environments they inhabit. Taking an approach radically different from the conventional anthropologies and archaeologies 'of' art and of architecture, which treat artworks and buildings as though they were merely objects of analysis, he is looking at ways of bringing together the 4 As on the level of practice, as mutually enhancing ways of engaging with our surroundings.

Research Interests

Geographical: Finland, Lapland, northern Europe, northern circumpolar (including N America, Siberia).

Interests relating to past fieldwork: Work, environment and identity among Saami and Finnish people in Lapland; reindeer herding and husbandry in northern Finland; domestic organisation and rural economy among northern Finnish farmers; migration and rural depopulation; long-term effects of displacement and resettlement; social and environmental aspects of technical change.

Theoretical interests: Ecological approaches in anthropology and psychology; comparative anthropology of hunter-gatherer and pastoral societies; human-animal relations; theories of evolution in anthropology, biology and history; relations between biological, psychological and anthropological approaches to culture and social life; environmental perception; language, technology and skilled practice; anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture; the anthropology of lines and line-making.

Current Research

Learning is understanding in practice: exploring the relations between perception, creativity and skill (2002-2005). See http://www.abdn.ac.uk/creativityandpractice/

This project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Board, was undertaken in conjunction with the School of Fine Art at the University of Dundee. The project combines approaches from fine art and anthropology to examine the relation between perception, creativity, innovation and skill, through an empirical study of the knowledge practices of fine art. The research has also explored the potential of a practice-based approach to teaching and learning in both disciplines.

Culture from the ground: walking, movement and placemaking (2004-2006). See http://www.abdn.ac.uk/anthropology/walking.php

This project, funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, builds on a previous study that focused specifically on recreational rambling and hillwalking in Scotland. The current research is designed to reveal the sociality of walking over a broader canvas. Through an ethnography of everyday pedestrian movements we are exploring how walking binds time and place in people’s experience, relationships and life-histories

Lines from the past: towards an anthropological archaeology of inscriptive practices

This project is to convert a series of six public lectures delivered in Edinburgh in May 2003 into a short book, Lines from the past, scheduled for completion early in 2006. These were the Rhind Lectures, sponsored by the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland. In them, I sketched an initial agenda for the comparative anthropology of the line, focusing on the themes of: language, music and notation; traces, threads and surfaces; the gestural trace and the point-to-point connector; writing and drawing, and the significance of the straight line.

Explorations in the comparative anthropology of the line (2005-2008)

This project, funded by a Professorial Fellowship from the Economic and Social Research Council, pursues the implications of treating the human being not as a self-contained entity but as growing along a way of life. Every such way is a line of some kind. Through a comparative and historical anthropology of the line, the research will forge a new approach to understanding the relation, in human life and experience, between movement, knowledge and description. As a work of intellectual synthesis, the research will be library- based, spanning literatures in several disciplines within and beyond the social sciences. It will lead to the production of two major books. 'Life on the line' will explore how, in the transition from the trace to the connector, the growing line was shorn of the movement that gave rise to it. 'The 4 As' will examine the relations between anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture as disciplinary paths along which environments are perceived, shaped and understood.

Selected Publications

Books (Authored)

Lines: a brief history (London: Routledge, 2007).

The perception of the environment: essays on livelihood, dwelling and skill (London : Routledge, 2000).

Evolution and social life (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1986).

The appropriation of nature: essays on human ecology and social relations (Manchester : Manchester University Press, 1986).

Hunters, pastoralists and ranchers: reindeer economies and their transformations (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1980).

The Skolt Lapps today (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976).

Books (Edited)

(with E. Hallam) Creativity and cultural improvisation (Oxford: Berg, 2007).

Key debates in anthropology, 1988-1993 (London : Routledge, 1996).

Companion encyclopaedia of anthropology: Humanity, culture and social life (London : Routledge, 1994).

(with K. R. Gibson ) Tools, language and cognition in human evolution (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1993).

Evolutionary models in the social sciences ( Leiden : E J Brill, 1991).

What is an animal? (London : Unwin Hyman, 1988).

The social implications of agrarian change in northern and eastern Finland (Helsinki : Anthropological Society of Finland, 1988).

(with D. Riches, J. Woodburn ) Hunters and gatherers, Vol I: History, evolution and social change (Oxford : Berg, 1988).

(with D. Riches, J. Woodburn ) Hunters and gatherers, Vol II: Property, power and ideology (Oxford : Berg, 1988).

Books in translation

1991 Evolución y vida social, trans. M E Moreno and C y R Ramirez, from Evolution and social life (1986). Mexico, D.F.: Editorial Grijalbo. 493pp.

2001 Ecologia della cultura, trans. C. Grasseni and F. Ronzon (a collection of six papers, previously published in English). Rome: Meltemi. 237 pp.

Chapters in Books

(with E. Hallam) 'Creativity and cultural improvisation: an introduction', in E. Hallam and T. Ingold (ed), Creativity and cultural improvisation (Oxford: Berg, 2007) pp 1-24.

'Introduction' (Part 1), in E. Hallam and T. Ingold (ed), Creativity and cultural improvisation (Oxford: Berg, 2007) pp 45-54.

(with J. Lee), 'Fieldwork on foot: Perceiving, routing,socializing', in S. Coleman and P. Collins (ed), Locating the field: space, place and context in anthropology (Oxford: Berg, 2006), pp 67-85.

'Against human nature', in N. Gontier, J. P. van Bendegem and D. Aerts (ed), Evolutionary epistemology, language and culture (Dordrecht : Springer, 2006), pp 259-281.

'Walking the plank: meditations on a process of skill', in J. R. Dakers (ed), Defining technological literacy: towards an epistemological framework (New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2006), pp 65-80.

'Time, memory and property', in T. Widlok and W. G. Tadesse (ed), Property and equality, Volume 1: Ritualisation, sharing, egalitarianism (Oxford : Berghahn, 2005), pp 165-174.

'A manifesto for the anthropology of the North.', in A. Sudkamp (ed), Connections: local and global aspects of Arctic social systems (University of Alaska, Fairbanks : International Arctic Social Sciences Association, 2005), pp 61-71.

'Naming as storytelling: speaking of animals among the Koyukon of Alaska', in A. Minelli, G. Ortalli and G. Sanga (ed), Animal names (Venice : Istituto Veneto di Scienze, Lettere ed Arti, 2005), pp 159-172.

'Two reflections on ecological knowledge', in G. Sanga and G. Ortalli (ed), Nature knowledge: ethnoscience, cognition, identity (Oxford : Berghahn, 2004), pp 301-311.

'André Leroi-Gourhan and the evolution of writing', in F. Audouze and N. Schlanger (ed), Autour de l’homme: contexte et actualité d’ André Leroi-Gourhan (Antibes : APDCA, 2004), pp 109-123.

'A circumpolar night’s dream', in J. Clammer, S. Poirier and E. Schwimmer (ed), Figured worlds: ontological obstacles in intercultural relations (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2004), pp 25-57.

'Three in one: how an ecological approach can obviate the distinctions between body, mind and culture', in A. Roepstorff, N. Bubandt and K. Kull (ed), Imagining nature: practices of cosmology and identity (Aarhus : Aarhus University Press, 2003), pp 40-55.

'Epilogue', in E. Kasten (ed), People and the land: pathways to reform in post-Soviet Siberia (Berlin : Dietrich Reimer Verlag, 2002), pp 245-254.

'From the transmission of representations to the education of attention', in H. Whitehouse (ed), The debated mind: evolutionary psychology versus ethnography (Oxford : Berg, 2001), pp 113-153.

'Beyond art and technology: the anthropology of skill', in M. B. Schiffer (ed), Anthropological perspectives on technology (Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, 2001), pp 17-31.

'From complementarity to obviation: on dissolving the boundaries between social and biological anthropology, archaeology and psychology', in S. Oyama, P. E. Griffiths and R. D. Gray (ed), Cycles of contingency: developmental systems and evolution (Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, 2001), pp 255-279.

'Evolving skills', in H. Rose and S. Rose (ed), Alas poor Darwin: arguments against evolutionary psychology (London : Jonathan Cape, 2000), pp 225-246.

'On the social relations of the hunter-gatherer band', in R. B. Lee and R. Daly (ed), The Cambridge encyclopedia of hunters and gatherers (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1999), pp 399-410.

'Evolution of society', in A. C. Fabian (ed), Evolution: society, science and the universe (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1998), pp 79-99.

'Life beyond the edge of nature? or, the mirage of society', in J. D. Greenwood (ed), The mark of the social (Lanham, MD : Rowman and Littlefield, 1997), pp 231-252.

'Work, identity and environment: Finns and Saami in Lapland', in S. A. Mousalimas (ed), Arctic Ecology and identity (Budapest and Los Angeles : Hungarian Academy of Sciences and ISTOR, 1997), pp 41-68.

'Social relations, human ecology and the evolution of culture: an exploration of concepts and definitions', in A. Lock and C. R. Peters (ed), Handbook of human symbolic evolution (Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1996), pp 178-203.

Journal Articles

'Earth, sky, wind and weather', Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute N.S., special issue on 'Wind, life, health: anthropological and historical perspectives', eds. C. Low and E. Hsu (2007): S19-S38.

'Materials against materiality', Archaeological Dialogues, 14(1) (2007): 1-16.

'Writing texts, reading materials: a response to my critics', Archaeological Dialogues, 14(1) (2007): 31-38.

'The trouble with "evolutionary biology"', Anthropology Today, 23(2) (2007): 13-17.

'Up, across and along', Place and Location: Studies in Environmental Aesthetics and Semiotics, 5 (2006): 21-36.

'Rethinking the animate, re-animating thought', Ethnos, 71(1) (2006) : 9-20.

'The eye of the storm: visual perception and the weather', Visual Studies, 20(2) (2005) : 97-104.

'Brereton’s brandishments', Journal of Critical Realism, 4(1) (2005) : 112-127.

'Epilogue: towards a politics of dwelling', Conservation and Society, 3(2) (2005) : 501-508.

'Beyond biology and culture: the meaning of evolution in a relational world.', Social Anthropology, 12(2) (2004) : 209-221.

'Culture on the ground: the world perceived through the feet', Journal of Material Culture, 9(3) (2004) : 315-340.

'Anthropology at Aberdeen', The Aberdeen University Review, 60(3) (2004) : 181-197.

'Conceptual development in Madagascar: a critical comment', Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development, 69(3) (2004) : 136-144.

'Between evolution and history: biology, culture, and the myth of human origins', Proceedings of the British Academy, 112 (2002) : 43-66.

'On the distinction between evolution and history', Social Evolution and History, 1 (2002) : 5-24.

(with T. Kurttila) 'Perceiving the environment in Finnish Lapland', Body and Society, 6(3-4) (2000) : 183-196.

'‘Tools for the hand, language for the face’: an appreciation of Leroi-Gourhan's 'Gesture and Speech'', Studies in the History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Science, 30(4) (1999) : 411-453.

'From complementarity to obviation: on dissolving the boundaries between social and biological anthropology, archaeology and psychology', Zeitschrift für Ethnologie, 123 (1) (1998) : 21-52.

'Eight themes in the anthropology of technology', Social Analysis, 4(1) (1997) : 106-138.

Articles in books (up to 1996)

1979 The social and ecological relations of culture-bearing organisms: an essay in evolutionary dynamics. In Social and ecological systems, eds R Ellen and P Burnham. London: Academic Press, pp 271-91.

1980 Statistical husbandry: chance, probability and choice in a reindeer-management economy. In Numerical techniques in social anthropology, ed J C Mitchell. Philadelphia: ISHI, pp 87-115.

1980 The principle of individual autonomy and the collective appropriation of nature. In 2nd International Conference on Hunting and Gathering Societies, 19 to 24 September 1980, Quebec, Université Laval, Departement d'Anthropologie, pp 71-86.

1981 The hunter and his spear: notes on the cultural mediation of social and ecological systems. In Economic archaeology, eds A Sheridan and G Bailey. BAR International Series, Oxford, pp 119-30.

1984 The politics of culture in Finnish Lapland. In Ethnic Challenge: the politics of ethnicity in Europe, eds H Vermeulen and J Boissevain. Göttingen: Herodot, pp 67-83.

1984 Time, social relations and the exploitation of animals: anthropological reflections on prehistory. In Animals and archaeology, Vol 3: Early herders and their flocks, eds. J Clutton-Brock and C Grigson. Oxford: BAR, pp 3-12.

1984 The estimation of work in a northern Finnish farming community. In Family and work in rural societies: perspectives on non-wage labour, ed N Long. London: Tavistock, pp 116-34.

1985 The significance of storage in hunting societies. In Les techniques de conservation des grains à long terme, Vol 3 Part I, eds M Gast, F Sigaut and C Beutler. Paris: Editions du CNRS, pp 33-45.

1988 The animal in the study of humanity. In What is an animal? ed T Ingold. London: Unwin Hyman, pp 84-99.

1988 Introduction. In What is an animal? ed T Ingold. London: Unwin Hyman, pp 1-16.

1988 Notes on the foraging mode of production. In Hunters and Gatherers I: History, evolution and social change, eds T Ingold, D Riches and J Woodburn. Oxford: Berg, pp 269-285.

1988 Land, labour and livelihood in Salla, northeastern Finland. In The social implications of agrarian change in northern and eastern Finland, ed T Ingold. Helsinki: Anthropological Society of Finland, pp 121-39.

1989 The social and environmental relations of human beings and other animals. In Comparative socioecology, eds V Standen and R Foley (British Ecological Society Special Publications Series). Oxford: Blackwell, pp 495-512.

1990 The day of the reindeerman: a model derived from cattle ranching, and its application to the analysis of the transition from pastoralism to ranching in Northern Finland. In Nomads in a changing world, eds C Salzman and J G Galaty. Naples: Instituto Universitario Orientale, Dipartimento di Studi Asiatici, pp 441-470.

1992 Culture and the perception of the environment. In Bush base, forest farm: culture, environment and development, eds D Parkin and E Croll. London: Routledge, pp 39-56.

1992 The Arctic: 'The people' and 'Peoples and cultures of the Eurasian arctic and subarctic'. Encyclopaedia Britannica (15th Edition). Vol. 14, pp 13-19.

1993 Tools and hunter-gatherers. In The use of tools by human and non-human primates, eds. A Berthelet & J Chavaillon. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp 281-295.

1993 Introductions to Sections 1 and 5. In Tools, language and cognition in human evolution, eds K R Gibson and T Ingold. Cambridge University Press, pp 35-42 and pp 337-45.

1993 Tool-use, sociality and intelligence. In Tools, language and cognition in human evolution, eds K R Gibson and T Ingold. Cambridge University Press, pp 429-445.

1993 Technology, language, intelligence: a reconsideration of basic concepts. In Tools, language and cognition in human evolution, eds K R Gibson and T Ingold. Cambridge University Press, pp 449-72.

1993 The art of translation in a continuous world. In Beyond boundaries: understanding, translation and anthropological discourse, ed. G Palsson. Oxford: Berg, pp 210-230.

1993 The reindeerman's lasso. In Technological choices: transformation in material cultures since the Neolithic, ed. P Lemmonier. London: Routledge, pp 108-125.

1993 Globes and spheres: the topology of environmentalism. In Environmentalism: the view from anthropology, ed K Milton. London: Routledge, pp 31-42.

1994 General introduction. In Companion encyclopaedia of anthropology: humanity, culture and social life, ed. T Ingold. London: Routledge, pp xiii-xxii.

1994 Introduction to humanity. In Companion encyclopaedia of anthropology: humanity, culture and social life, ed. T Ingold. London: Routledge, pp 3-13.

1994 Humanity and animality. In Companion encyclopaedia of anthropology: humanity, culture and social life, ed. T Ingold. London: Routledge, pp 14-32.

1994 Introduction to culture. In Companion encyclopaedia of anthropology: humanity, culture and social life, ed. T Ingold. London: Routledge, pp 329-349.

1994 Introduction to social life. In Companion encyclopaedia of anthropology: humanity, culture and social life, ed. T Ingold. London: Routledge, pp 737-755.

1994 Tool-using, tool-making and the evolution of language. In Hominid culture in primate perspective, eds. D Quiatt and J Itani. Boulder: University Press of Colorado, pp 279-314.

1994 From trust to domination: an alternative history of human-animal relations. In Animals and human society: changing perspectives, eds. A Manning and J Serpell. London: Routledge, pp 1-22.

1995 “People like us”: the concept of the anatomically modern human. In Man, ape, apeman: changing views since 1600, eds. R Corbey and B Theunissen. Evaluative Proceedings of the Pithecanthropus Centennial Congress, Vol. IV. Leiden, pp. 241-262.

1995 Building, dwelling, living: how animals and people make themselves at home in the world. In Shifting contexts, ed. M Strathern. London: Routledge, pp 57-80.

1996 Culture, perception and cognition. In Psychological research: innovative methods and strategies, ed. J Haworth. London: Routledge, pp. 99-119.

1996 General introduction. In Key debates in anthropology, ed. T Ingold. London: Routledge, pp 1-14.

1996 Hunting and gathering as ways of perceiving the environment. In Redefining nature: ecology, culture and domestication, eds. R Ellen and K Fukui. Oxford: Berg, pp. 117-155.

1996 Growing plants and raising animals: an anthropological perspective on domestication. In The origins and spread of agriculture and pastoralism in Eurasia, ed. D R Harris. London: UCL Press, pp. 12-24.

1996 The forager and economic man. In Nature and society: anthropological perspectives, eds. P Descola and G Palsson. London: Routledge, pp. 25-44.

1996 Articles on “Animal domestication” (Vol I, pp 60-64) and “Technology and culture” (Vol 4, pp 1297-1301), in The encyclopedia of cultural anthropology, eds. D Levinson and M Ember. Lakeville, CT: American Reference Company Inc.

1996 Human worlds are culturally constructed: Against the motion, I. In Key debates in anthropology, ed. T Ingold. London: Routledge, pp. 112-118.

Journal articles (up to 1996)

1971 Fieldwork in Sevettijärvi: some preliminary thoughts. Nord-Nytt 4: 251-69.

1973 Social and economic problems of Finnish Lapland. Polar Record 16: 809-26.

1974 Entrepreneur and protagonist: two faces of a political career. Journal of Peace Research 11: 179-88.

1974 On reindeer and men. Man (NS) 9: 523-38.

1978 The rationalization of reindeer management among Finnish Lapps. Development and Change 9: 103-32.

1978 A problem in Lappish kinship terminology. Research Reports of the Department of Sociology, University of Helsinki, No 214, 29 pp.

1978 The transformation of the siida. Ethnos 43: 146-62.

1983 The significance of storage in hunting societies. Man (NS) 18: 553-71.

1983 The architect and the bee: reflections on the work of animals and men (Malinowski lecture, 1982). Man (NS) 18: 1-20.

1983 Farming the forest and building the herds: Finnish and Sami reindeer management in Lapland. Production pastorale et société 12: 57-70.

1983 Gathering the herds: work and co-operation in a northern Finnish community. Ethnos 48: 133-59.

1985 Khazanov on nomads (review article). Current Anthropology 26: 384-7.

1985 Who studies humanity? The scope of anthropology. Anthropology Today 1: 15-16.

1986 Reindeer economies and the origins of pastoralism. Anthropology Today 2(4): 5-10.

1987 Ihminen ja eläin antropologiassa [Man and animal in anthropology]. Suomen antropologi 12: 2-10 (in Finnish).

1988 Signs of life (review article). Semiotica 69: 179-84.

1988 Living Arctic at the Museum of Mankind. Anthropology Today 4(4): 14-17.

1988 Tools, minds and machines: an excursion in the philosophy of technology. Techniques et Culture 12: 155-76.

1990 An anthropologist looks at biology (Curl Lecture, 1989). Man (NS) 25: 208-29.

1990 Society, nature and the concept of technology. Archaeological Review from Cambridge 9(1): 5-17.

1991 Introduction: evolutionary models in the social sciences. Cultural Dynamics 4(3): 239-250.

1991 Becoming persons: consciousness and sociality in human evolution. Cultural Dynamics 4(3): 355-378.

1992 Foraging for data, camping with theories: hunter-gatherers and nomadic pastoralists in archaeology and anthropology. Antiquity 66: 790-803.

1993 An archaeology of symbolism (review article). Semiotica 96: 309-314.

1993 The temporality of the landscape. World Archaeology 25: 152-174.

1995 Work, time and industry. Time and Society 4(1): 5-28.

1995 "People like us": the concept of the anatomically modern human. Cultural Dynamics 7: 187-214.

1995 The hunt for human origins (review article). Current Anthropology 36(2): 381-4.

1995 Humanidade e animalidade. Revista Brasilieira de Ciencias Sociais 28: 39-53 (translation into Portuguese of article 'Humanity and animality', in T. Ingold [ed.] Companion Encyclopedia of Anthropology 1994).

1996 Situating Action V: The history and evolution of bodily skills. Ecological Psychology 8: 171-182.

1996 Situating Action VI: A comment on the distinction between the material and the social. Ecological Psychology 8: 183-187.

1996 Why four why's: a response to Dunbar. Cultural Dynamics 8: 375-384

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