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Publications - Hung, Hsiao-chun

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Journal articles

  • Carson, M & Hung, H (2014). Semiconductor2 theory in migration: population receivers, homelands and gateways in Taiwan and Island Southeast Asia World Archaeology. Vol. 46 502-515.
  • Hung, H, Nguyen, K, Bellwood, P et al (2013). Coastal Connectivity: Long-Term Trading Networks Across the South China Sea Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 8 384-404.
  • Chi, Z & Hung, H (2013). Jiahu 1: Earliest farmers beyond the Yangtze River Antiquity. Vol. 87 46-63.
  • Carson, M, Hung, H, Summerhayes, G et al (2013). The Pottery Trail From Southeast Asia to Remote Oceania Journal of Island & Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 8 17-36.
  • Amano, N, Piper, P, Hung, H et al (2013). Introduced Domestic Animals in the Neolithic and Metal Age of the Philippines: Evidence From Nagsabaran, Northern Luzon Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology. Vol. 8 317-335.
  • Hung, H, Carson, M & Bellwood, P (2012). Earliest settlement in the Marianas - A response Antiquity. Vol. 86 910-914.
  • Chi, Z & Hung, H (2012). Later hunter-gatherers in southern China, 18 000-3000 BC Antiquity. Vol. 86 Nov-29.
  • Hung, H, Carson, M, Bellwood, P et al (2011). The first settlement of Remote Oceania: the Philippines to the Marianas Antiquity. Vol. 85 909-926.
  • Hung, H, Carson, M, Bellwood, P et al (2011). The first settlement of Remote Oceania: the Philippines to the Marianas Antiquity. Vol. 85 909-926.
  • Hung, H, Yang, S, Nguyen, K et al (2011). Taiwan nephrite overseas and their Beinan cultural characteristics Field Archaeology of Taiwan. Vol. 15 19-40.
  • Hung, H (2011). Peter Bellwod jiao shou fang tan lu [An interview with Professor Peter Bellwood] Nan Fang Wen Wu [Relics from South]. Vol. 2011 22-29.
  • Chi, Z & Hung, H (2010). The emergence of agriculture in southern China Antiquity. Vol. 84 Nov-25.
  • Zhang, C & Hung, H (2009). The occurrence of early rice in southern China and related problems Nan Fang Wen Wu [Relics from South]. Vol. 3 8.
  • Piper, P, Hung, H, Campos, F et al (2009). A 4000 year-old introduction of domestic pigs into the Philippine Archipelago: implications for understanding routes of human migration through Island Southeast Asia and Wallacea Antiquity. Vol. 83 687-695.
  • Piper, P, Campos, F & Hung, H (2009). A Study of the Animal Bone Recovered from Pits 9 and 10 at the Site of Nagsabaran in Northern Luzon, Philippines Hukay. Vol. 14 47-90.
  • Chi, Z & Hung, H (2008). The Neolithic of Southern China-Origin, Development, and Dispersal Asian Perspectives. Vol. 47 299-329.
  • Hung, H, Iizuka, Y, Bellwood, P et al (2007). Ancient jades map 3,000 years of prehistoric exchange in Southeast Asia PNAS - Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. Vol. 104 19745-19750.
  • Iizuka, Y, Bellwood, P, Datan, I et al (2005). Mineralogical studies of the Niah West Mouth Lingling-o Sarawak Museum Journal. Vol. 61 19-29.
  • Iizuka, Y & Hung, H (2005). Archaeomineralogy of Taiwan Nephrite: Sourcing Study of Nephritic Artifacts from the Philippines Journal of Austronesian Studies. Vol. 1 35-81.
  • Iizuka, Y, Bellwood, P, Hung, H et al (2005). A non-destructive mineralogical study of nephritic artifacts from Itbayat Island, Batanes, northern Philippines Journal of Austronesian Studies. Vol. 1 84-107.
  • Hung, H (2005). Neolithic interaction between Taiwan and Northern Luzon: the pottery and jade evidence form the Cagayan Valley Journal of Austronesian Studies. Vol. 1 109-34.
  • Hung, H (2004). A sourcing study of Taiwan stone adzes Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association. Vol. 2 57-70.

Book chapters

  • Hung, H & Iizuka, Y (2013). The Batanes Nephrite Artefacts. In Peter Bellwood and Eusebio Dizon (Ed.), 4000 Years of Migration and Cultural Exchange: The Archaeology of the Batanes Islands, Northern Philippines (Terra Australis 40) (pp. 149-168) Canberra: ANU ePress.
  • Hung, H (2013). From Coastal Southern China to the Pacific - an update of archaeological perspectives on early Austronesian expansion. In Kwang-tzuu Chen, Cheng-hwa Tsang (Ed.), New Lights on East Asian Archaeology (pp. 279-332) Taiwan: Academia Sinica.
  • Bellwood, P & Hung, H (2013). The dispersals of early food producers from Southern China into Southeast Asia. In Yang Yaonuo (Ed.), Hemudu Culture International Forum (pp. 95-107) Beijing, China: China Modern Economic Publishing House.
  • Bellwood, P, Hung, H & lizuka, Y (2011). Taiwan Jade in the Philippines: 3,000 Years of Trade and Long-distance Interaction. In Purissima Benitez-Johannot (Ed.), Paths of Origins: The Austronesian Heritage in the Collections of the National Museum of the Philippines,the Museum Nasional Indonesia,and the Netherlands Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde (pp. 31-41) Singapore: ArtPostAsia.
  • Bellwood, P, Chambers, G, Ross, M et al (2011). Are 'Cultures' Inherited? Multidisciplinary Perspectives on the Origins and Migrations of Austronesian-Speaking Peoples Prior to 1000 BC. In Benjamin W. Roberts and Marc Vander Linden (Ed.), Investigating Archaeological Cultures: Material Culture, Variability, and Transmission (pp. 321-354) New York: Springer.
  • Hung, H & Bellwood, P (2010). Movement of Raw Materials and manufactured goods across the South China Sea after 500 BCE: from Taiwan to Thailand, and back. In Berenice Bellina, Elisabeth A Bacus, Thomas Oliver Pryce, Jan Wisseman Christie (Ed.), 50 Years of Archaeology in Southeast Asia: Essays in Honour of Ian Glover (pp. 235-245) Bangkok: River Books.
  • Zhang, C & Hung, H (2008). The hunter-gatherers in Southern China and adjacent regions during the Neolithic. In (Ed.), Kao Gu Xue Yan Jiu (pp. 415-434) Beijing: Science Press in China.
  • Iizuka, Y, Hung, H & Bellwood, P (2007). A Noninvasive Mineralogical Study of Nephrite Artifacts from the Philippines and Surroundings: The Distribution of Taiwan Nephrite and the Implications for Island Southeast Asian Archaeology. In Janet E. Douglas, Paul Jett & John Winter (Ed.), Scientific Research on the Sculptural Arts of Asia Proceedings of the third Forbes Symposium at the Freer Gallary of Art (pp. Dec-19) London: Archetype Publications Ltd.
  • Hung, H (2006). The distribution and implication of Taiwan Nephrite artifacts in Southeast Asian Archaeology. In Institute of Archaeology, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (Ed.), Prehistoric Archaeology of South China and Southeast Asia Proceedings of the International Conference to celebrate the 30th Anniversary of the Excavation of Zengpiyan (pp. 324-340) Beijing: Cultural Relics Publishing House.
  • Hung, H, Iizuka, Y & Bellwood, P (2006). Taiwan Jade in the Context of Southeast Asian Archaeology. In Elizabeth A Bacus, Ian Glover (Ed.), Uncovering Southeast Asia's Past: Selected Papers from the 10th International Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Archaeologists (pp. 203-215) Singapore: NIAS Press.
  • Hung, H (2005). Cultural Interaction between Taiwan and adjacent islands. In Cheng Cheng-yu and Pan Jian-guo (Ed.), The Archaeology of Southeast Coastal Islands of China Conference (pp. 249-269) Taiwan: Council for Cultural Affairs.

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