F. Fulminante, ‘Protagonists in Italian Archaeology from the Unity to the 21st Century, who ‘happened’ to be women’, in S. Lorena Lopez Varela, (ed.), Women’s Achievements in Archaeology, Springer, forthcoming
Hodos, F. Fulminante, ‘Sex and Gender between Society and Biology’ (in preparation), to be submitted to Archaeological Dialogues
F. Fulminante, T. Hodos, ‘Women in the colonial and indigenous world’, in K. Lomas (ed.), The world of the Western Greeks, Taylor and Francis, forthcoming.
F. Fulminante, ‘Identifying social and cultural thresholds in sub-adult burials of Central Italy during the first millennium BC’, in Rebay-Salisbury, K. & Pany-Kucera, D. (eds.), Ages and abilities: the stages of childhood and their social recognition in prehistoric Europe and beyond, 2020, p.151-173.
F. Fulminante, Libertà e condizionamenti culturali e ambientali dell’amore materno: variabilità e tendenze nella durata dell’allattamento e dell’età del completo svezzamento nel Mediterraneo e in Europa dalla Preistoria al Medioevo, in V. Nizzo (Ed.), Antropologia e Archeologia dell’amore, Atti del Convegno Romarche’2017, 2020, in press.
Fulminante, S. Stoddart, ‘Infancy and Childhood in Funerary Contexts of Early Iron Age Middle Tyrrhenian Italy: A comparative Perspective’, in Beaumont, L., Dillon, M., Harrington, N. (ed.) Children in Antiquity Perspectives & Experiences of Childhood in the Ancient Mediterranean, Routledge, London 2020, p.488-505.
Fulminante, Intersecting Age and Social Boundaries in Sub-Adult Burials of Central Italy during the 1st Millennium BC, in J. Tabolli, H. Dodge (Eds), From Invisible to Visible: New Data and Methods for the Archaeology of Infant and Child Burials in Pre-Roman Italy, SIMA, 2018, p.29-38.
Fulminante, Infancy and Urbanization in Central Italy during the Early Iron Age and Beyond, in Herring, E., O’ Donoghue, E. (Eds.) Proceedings of the Seventh Conference of Italian Archaeology April 16 – 18, 2016, National University of Ireland, Galway, 2018, p.197-206.
Fulminante, ‘Infant Feeding Practices in Europe and the Mediterranean from Prehistory to the Middle Ages: A comparison between the historical sources and Bioarchaeology’, Childhood in the Past, 8.1, 2015, 1-25.