publications

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman (2013). Tracking in Caves. Indigenes Wissen treibt die Archäologie voran. Heinrich-Barth-Kurrier 13 (2): 3-8. (PDF)

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman (2015). Road movie show. ‚Tracking in Caves – The Homecoming‘. Heinrich-Barth-Kurrier 15 (1): 11-13. (PDF)

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman & Pastoors, Andreas (2015). Fährtenleser blicken 17000 Jahre in die Vergangenheit. Archäologie in Deutschland (4): 12-17. (PDF)

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman & Pastoors, Andreas (2018). Tracking in Caves. Episoden aus dem Leben eiszeitlicher Höhlenkünstler. Analyse menschlicher Fussabdrücke mit indigenem Wissen und Methoden westlicher Wissenschaften. In: Jürgen Richter (Ed.), 111 Jahre prähistorische Archäologie in Köln. Rahden (Westf.): Marie Leidorf (9), 122–129. (PDF)

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman & Pastoors, Andreas (2021). Reading spoor. Epistemic aspects of indigenous knowledge and its implications for the archaeology of prehistoric Human Tracks. In: Andreas Pastoors & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (Eds.), Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks. Methods & Material, Heidelberg: Springer Nature, in press. (PDF)

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman; Pastoors, Andreas; Ciqae, Tsamkgao; Kxunta, Ui; Thao, Thui; Bégouën, Robert; Biesele, Megan & Clottes, Jean (2018). Tracking in caves. Reading human spoor in ice age caves with San hunters. In: R. Fleming Puckett & Kazunobu Ikeya (Eds.), Research and activism among Kalahari San today. Ideas, challenges, and debates, Osaka: Yubunsha Co. (Senri Ethnological Studies, 99), 103–128.

Ludwig, Bettina; Johannes, Maria; Lenssen-Erz, Tilman & Pastoors, Andreas (2017). Prehistoric human tracks. International Conference. Community Report. Köln. (PDF)

Pastoors, Andreas & Lenssen-Erz, Tilman (2015). Tracking in caves. Deciphering the context of cave art by reading pleistocene footprints with indigenous knowledge. In: Hipólito Collado Giraldo & José Julio García Arranz (Eds.), Symbols in the landscape. Rock art and its context. Tomar: Instituto Terra e Memória (Arkeos, 37), 147-149.

Pastoors, Andreas & Lenssen-Erz, Tilman (2020). Tracking in Caves: Indigenous Ichnology. In: Claire L. Smith (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. Cham: Springer, 1–6. DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-51726-1_3430-1 .

Pastoors, Andreas & Lenssen-Erz, Tilman (Eds.) (2021). Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks. Methods & Material. Heidelberg: Springer Nature. in press. (PDF)

Pastoors, Andreas; Lenssen-Erz, Tilman; Ciqae, Tsamgao; Kxunta, /Ui; Thao, Thui; Bégouën, Robert & Uthmeier, Thorsten (2021). Episodes of magdalenian hunter-gatherers in the upper gallery of Tuc d’Audoubert (Ariège, France). In: Andreas Pastoors & Tilman Lenssen-Erz (Eds.), Reading Prehistoric Human Tracks. Methods & Material, Heidelberg: Springer Nature, in press. (PDF)

Pastoors, Andreas; Lenssen-Erz, Tilman; Breuckmann, Bernd; Ciqae, Tsamkxao; Kxunta, Ui; Rieke-Zapp, Dirk & Thao, Thui (2017). Experience based reading of Pleistocene human footprints in Pech-Merle. Quaternary International (430): 155–162. DOI: 10.1016/j.quaint.2016.02.056 . (PDF)

Pastoors, Andreas; Lenssen-Erz, Tilman; Ciqae, Tsamkgao; Kxunta, Ui; Thao, Thui; Bégouën, Robert; Biesele, Megan & Clottes, Jean (2015). Tracking in Caves. Experience based reading of Pleistocene human footprints in French caves. Cambridge Archaeological Journal 25 (3), S. 551-564. DOI: 10.1017/S0959774315000050 . (PDF)

Bäuml-Stosiek, Dagmar; Cornelißen, Hans-J. & Wimmer, Silvia (2018). Was können Archäologen von den San lernen? In: Dagmar Bäuml-Stosiek, Hans-J. Cornelißen & Silvia Wimmer (Eds.), Forum Geschichte. Gymnasium Bayern. Von den ersten Menschen bis zu Karl dem Großen. Berlin: Cornelsen Verlag GmbH, 22–23.