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Publications

  • Lipo, C., T. Hunt and R. Dunnell. 2012. Formal analyses and functional accounts of groundstone "plummets" from Poverty Point, Louisiana. Journal of Archaeological Science: 84-91.

  • Wilmshurst, J., T. Hunt, C. Lipo and A. Anderson. 2011. High-precision radiocarbon dating shows recent and rapid initial human colonization of East Polynesia. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America: 1815-1820.

  • Wilmshurst, J., T. Hunt, C. Lipo and A. Anderson. 2011. Reply to Mulrooney et al. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.

  • Rieth, T., T. Hunt, C. Lipo and J. Wilmshurst. 2011. 13th century polynesian colonization of Hawai'i Island. Journal of Archaeological Science: 2740-2749.

  • Hochstetter, F., S. Haoa, C. Lipo and T. Hunt. 2011. PUBLIC DATABASE OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL RESOURCES ON EASTER ISLAND (RAPA NUI) USING GOOGLE EARTH. Latin American Antiquity: 385-397.

  • Hunt, T. and C. Lipo. 2011. Easter Island's complex history. NATURE: 41-41.

  • Cochrane, E. and C. Lipo. 2010. Phylogenetic analyses of Lapita decoration do not support branching evolution or regional population structure during colonization of Remote Oceania. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B-biological Sciences: 3889-3902.

  • Lipo, C., T. Hunt and B. Hundtoft. 2010. Stylistic variability of stemmed obsidian tools (mata'a), frequency seriation, and the scale of social interaction on Rapa Nui (Easter Island). Journal of Archaeological Science: 2551-2561.

  • Hunt, T. and C. Lipo. 2009. Revisiting Rapa Nui (Easter Island) "Ecocide." Pacific Science: 601-616.

  • Eerkens, J. and C. Lipo. 2007. Cultural transmission theory and the archaeological record. Journal of Archaeological Research: 239-274.

  • Bentley, R., C. Lipo, H. Herzog and M. Hahn. 2007. Regular rates of popular culture change reflect random copying. Evolution and Human Behavior: 151-158.

  • Neff, H., J. Blomster, M. Glascock, R. Bishop, M. Blackman, M. Coe, G. Cowgill, A. Cyphers, R. Diehl and S. Houston. 2006. Smokescreens in the provenance investigation of Early Formative Mesoamerican ceramics. Latin American Antiquity: 104-118.

  • Hunt, T. and C. Lipo. 2006. Late colonization of Easter Island. SCIENCE: 1603-1606.

  • Neff, H., J. Blomster, M. Glascock, R. Bishop, M. Blackman, M. Coe, G. Cowgill, R. Diehl, S. Houston and A. Joyce. 2006. Methodological issues in the provenance investigation of Early Formative Mesoamerican ceramics. Latin American Antiquity: 54-76.

  • Lipo, C. and T. Hunt. 2005. Mapping prehistoric statue roads on Easter Island. ANTIQUITY: 158-168.

  • Eerkens, J. and C. Lipo. 2005. Cultural transmission, copying errors, and the generation of variation in material culture and the archaeological record. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology: 316-334.

  • Lipo, C. 2004. archaeology and history of the native Georgia tribes. American Antiquity: 182-183.

  • Lipo, C. 2004. Etowah. American Antiquity: 179-180.

  • Lipo, C. 2004. Evolutionism in cultural anthropology. Journal of Anthropological Research: 268-270.

  • Madsen, M., C. Lipo and M. Cannon. 1999. Fitness and reproductive trade-offs in uncertain environments. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology: 251-281.

  • Terrell, J., J. Hines, T. Hunt, C. Kusimba and C. Lipo. 1998. Language steamrollers? NATURE: 547-547.

  • Lipo, C., M. Madsen, R. Dunnell and T. Hunt. 1997. Population structure, cultural transmission, and frequency seriation. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology: 301-333.

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Educational Background

  • 2000 – Ph.D., University of Washington (Anthropology)

  • 1989 – M.A., University of Wisconsin (Anthropology)

  • 1987 – B.S., University of Wisconsin (Anthropology)

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Positions & Honors

  • 2010 – Professor, California State University Long Beach

  • 2005 – Associate Professor, California State University Long Beach

  • 2002 – Assistant Professor, California State University Long Beach

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Collaborators, Advisors & Advisees

  • Dunnell, R – University of Washington

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