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Koen Bostoen
Koen Bostoen
BantUGent, UGent Centre for Bantu Studies, Ghent University
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Bantu expansion shows that habitat alters the route and pace of human dispersals
R Grollemund, S Branford, K Bostoen, A Meade, C Venditti, M Pagel
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (43), 13296-13301, 2015
3622015
Bringing together linguistic and genetic evidence to test the Bantu expansion
C De Filippo, K Bostoen, M Stoneking, B Pakendorf
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1741), 3256-3263, 2012
1852012
Middle to late Holocene Paleoclimatic change and the early Bantu expansion in the rain forests of Western Central Africa
K Bostoen, B Clist, C Doumenge, R Grollemund, JM Hombert, JK Muluwa, ...
Current Anthropology 56 (3), 354-384, 2015
1612015
Y-chromosomal variation in sub-Saharan Africa: insights into the history of Niger-Congo groups
C de Filippo, C Barbieri, M Whitten, SW Mpoloka, ED Gunnarsdóttir, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 28 (3), 1255-1269, 2011
1382011
First farmers in the Central African rainforest: A view from southern Cameroon
K Neumann, K Bostoen, A Höhn, S Kahlheber, A Ngomanda, ...
Quaternary International 249, 53-62, 2012
1272012
Event-centrality and the pragmatics–semantics interface in Kikongo: From predication focus to progressive aspect and vice versa
J De Kind, S Dom, GM De Schryver, K Bostoen
Folia Linguistica 49 (Historica-vol-36), 113-163, 2015
107*2015
Molecular perspectives on the Bantu expansion: a synthesis
B Pakendorf, C de Filippo, K Bostoen
Language Dynamics and Change 1 (1), 50-88, 2011
1002011
Pots, words and the Bantu problem: on lexical reconstruction and early African history
K Bostoen
The Journal of African History 48 (2), 173-199, 2007
842007
Ancient genomes reveal complex patterns of population movement, interaction, and replacement in sub-Saharan Africa
K Wang, S Goldstein, M Bleasdale, B Clist, K Bostoen, P Bakwa-Lufu, ...
Science advances 6 (24), eaaz0183, 2020
832020
Comment on “Intensifying weathering and land use in Iron Age Central Africa”
K Neumann, MKH Eggert, R Oslisly, B Clist, T Denham, P de Maret, ...
science 337 (6098), 1040-1040, 2012
822012
Bantu spirantization: Morphologization, lexicalization and historical classification
K Bostoen
Diachronica 25 (3), 299-356, 2008
822008
The bantu expansion
K Bostoen
Oxford University Press, 2018
772018
Introducing a state-of-the-art phylogenetic classification of the Kikongo Language Cluster
GM De Schryver, R Grollemund, S Branford, K Bostoen
Africana Linguistica 21, 87-162, 2015
612015
The antipassive in Bantu
K Bostoen, S Dom, G Segerer
Linguistics 53 (4), 731-772, 2015
602015
Migration and interaction in a contact zone: mtDNA variation among Bantu-speakers in Southern Africa
C Barbieri, M Vicente, S Oliveira, K Bostoen, J Rocha, M Stoneking, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e99117, 2014
602014
Early plant cultivation in the Central African rain forest: first millennium BC pearl millet from South Cameroon
S Kahlheber, K Bostoen, K Neumann
Journal of African Archaeology 7 (2), 253-272, 2009
602009
Genetic perspectives on the origin of clicks in Bantu languages from southwestern Zambia
C Barbieri, A Butthof, K Bostoen, B Pakendorf
European journal of human genetics 21 (4), 430-436, 2013
522013
Genetic substructure and complex demographic history of South African Bantu speakers
D Sengupta, A Choudhury, C Fortes-Lima, S Aron, G Whitelaw, K Bostoen, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 2080, 2021
502021
Linguistic innovation, political centralization and economic integration in the Kongo kingdom: Reconstructing the spread of prefix reduction
K Bostoen, GM De Schryver
Diachronica 32 (2), 139-185, 2015
502015
Clicks in south-western Bantu languages: contact-induced vs. language-internal lexical change
K Bostoen, B Sands
In: Proceedings of the 6th World Congress of African Linguistics Cologne …, 2009
492009
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