PhD Candidate Jonathan Malindine published in Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment

Phd Candidate Jonathan Malindine's paper "Prehistoric Aquaculture: Origins, Implications, and an Argument for Inclusion" has been published in Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment. His paper makes the case that the story of emerging prehistoric human agricultural developments has long focused on agriculture and domestication without mention of the early forms of aquaculture present at the time. He uses case studies from prehistoric China, Oceania, Australia, Russia, and both North and South America to demonstrate that these early forms of aquaculture do represent food production and thus should be included in our study and understanding of emerging prehistoric agriculture. 

Jonathan's paper can be read at this following link: