Paleoethnobotany, South American Archaeology, Ethnobotany, Origins of Agriculture, Transition to State-Level Societies
Oyuela-Caycedo, Augusto and Renee M. Bonzani
2005 San Jacinto 1: A Historical Ecological Approach to an Archaic Site in Colombia. University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
Bonzani, Renee M.
1999 Medicinal Use of Plants in the Peasant Community of San Jacinto, Northern Colombia. Caldasia 21(2): 203-218. Bogota.
1997 Plant Diversity in the Archaeological Record: A Means Toward Defining Hunter-Gatherer Mobility Strategies. Journal of Archaeological Science 24:1129-1139.
Bonzani, Renee M., Ronald C. Carlisle, and Frances B. King
1990 Dendrochronology of the Pennsylvania Main Line Canal Lock Number Four, Pittsburgh. North American Archaeologist 12(1): 61-73.
Bonzani, Renee M., George M. Crothers, Patrick Trader, Robert H. Ward, and Ronald R. Switzer 2007 Early Sunflower Head Remains from Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, U.S.A. Journal of Ethnobiology 27(1):73-87.
Bradbury, Andrew P., Brian G. Del Castello, Renee M. Bonzani, Flora Church, Linda Scott-Cummings, Sarah C. Sherwood, Chad Yost, and Melissa Logan In press Data Recovery Excavations of 11MG423: A Middle Archaic Upland Site in Morgan County, Illinois. Illinois Archaeologist.
Dillehay, Tom. D., Mario Pino Q., Renee M. Bonzani, Claudia Silvia, and Johannes Wallner. 2007 Cultivated Wetlands and Emerging Complexity in South-Central Chile and Long Distance Effects of Climate Change. Antiquity 81: 949-960
Langlie, BrieAnna S, Christine A. Hastorf, Maria C. Bruno, Marc Bermann, Renee M. Bonzani, and William Castellón Condarco 2011 Diversity in Andean Chenopodium Domestication: Describing a New Morphological Type from La Barca, Bolivia 1300-1250 B.C. Journal of Ethnobiology 31(1): 72-88.
In press Botanical Evidence of Function, Status, Gender and Ethnicity in Historic Period Contexts: The Case of the Armstrong Farmstead Site (15 FA185) in Kentucky and the Argosy Sites (12D502, 12D520, and 12D508) in Indiana. In Current Archaeological Research in Kentucky, Volume Ten, edited by Chrles D. Hockensmith and Kenneth C. Carstens. Kentucky Heritage Council. Frankfort.
2002 Plant Remains from Test Excavations at the Ward Site. In Cyprus Creek Archaeological Project: Archaic Adaptive Strategies in West Central Kentucky, by Richard W. Jefferies, Victor D. Thompson, and George R. Milner, pp. 158-174. National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Washington.
2002 Botanical Analysis. In An Archaeological Assessment of Site 12Fl-73 in Floyd County,Indiana, by Sheldon R. Burdin, pp. 113-120. Indiana Department of Natural Resources,Department of Historic Preservation and Archaeology and the National Park Service.
1998 Learning from the Present: The Constraints of Seasonality on Foragers and Collectors. In Advances in the Archaeology of the Northern Andes, edited by Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo and J. Scott Raymond, pp. 20-35. Monograph 39, The Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.
1990 Territorial Boundaries, Buffer Zones, and Socio-Political Complexity: A Case Study of the Nuraghi on the Island of Sardinia. In Sardinia in the Mediterranean: A Footprint in the Sea. Studies in Sardinian Archaeology Presented to Miriam S. Balmuth, edited by Robert H. Tykot and Tamsey K. Andrews, pp. 210-220. Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 3. Sheffield Academic Press, Sheffield.
Bonzani, Renee M. and Augusto Oyuela-Caycedo
2006 The Gift of the Variation and Dispersion of Maize: Social and Technological Context in Amerindian Societies. In Histories of Maize: Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Prehistory, Biogeography, Domestication, and Evolution of Maize, edited by John Staller, Robert Tykot, and Bruce Benz, pp. 343-356. Elsevier/Academic Press, New York.
Jefferies, Richard W., Victor D. Thompson, George R. Milner, Renee M. Bonzani, and Tanya M. Peres
2007 Cypress Creek Villages Revisited: Archaic Settlement and Subsistence in the Cypress Creek Watershed. In Current Archaeological Research in Kentucky, Volume Eight, edited by Sarah E. Miller, David Pollack, Kenneth Carstens, and Christopher R. Moore, pp. 37-75. Kentucky Heritage Council. Frankfort.