Recent Submissions

  • Disentangling canid howls across multiple species and subspecies: Structure in a complex communication channel 

    Kershenbaum, Arik; Root-Gutteridge, Holly; Habib, Bilal; Koler-Matznick, Janice; Mitchell, Brian; Palacios, Vicente; Waller, Sara (2016-03)
    Wolves, coyotes, and other canids are members of a diverse genus of top predators of considerable conservation and management interest. Canid howls are long-range communication signals, used both for territorial defence ...
  • The Game People Played: Mahjong in Modern Chinese Society and Culture 

    Greene, Maggie (Research Institute of Korean Studies (RIKS) at Korea University and the Institute of East Asian Studies (IEAS) at the University of California, Berkeley, 2015-12)
    This article considers the discourse surrounding the popular Chinese table game of mahjong in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, using it as a barometer to trace social and cultural changes during the late Qing and ...
  • Against the Anthropocene. A Neo-Materialist Perspective 

    LeCain, Timothy (2015-04)
    The dawning realization that the planet may have entered a new geological epoch called the Anthropocene could prove transformative. However, over the course of its brief history, the Anthropocene concept has often been ...
  • Coyote recordings [dataset] 

    Waller, Sara (2014-06)
    Audio recordings of coyote vocalizations in various locations in the American West, recorded between 9 March 2011 and 26 December 2013.