- May 2016
Thanks again Frank, I will take a look.There're lot of regular publications every year... mostly in Spanish and restricted to specialists. Genetics always take the most international interest, but the fields studied are much varied:
The last paper on pre-European Canary Islands writing El alfabeto líbico-bereber canario: la distribución geográfica de los signos en el Norte de África y Sáhara / The Canarian Libyco-Berber Alphabet: The Geographical Distribution of Signs in the North of Africa and the Sahara | Springer Bunk | Vegueta: Anuario de la Facultad de Geografía e Historia The most important advance through the last years has been the discovery of two writings: the well known Lybic-Berber, common to all the islands; and the Lybic-Latin or Latino-Canarian, found in Fuerteventura and Lanzarote, which has been successfully translated. Some more research on that https://www.researchgate.net/publication/225725194_The_Libyco-Berber_and_Latino-Canarian_Scripts_and_the_Colonization_of_the_Canary_Islands and a nice exposition of the seven islands petroglyphs http://www.cajacanarias.com/microsites/escrito-en-piedra/EN/LEGADORUPESTRE_EN.pdf
On demography, in Spanish Vista de Un enfrentamiento desigual. Baja demografía y difícil resistencia en la conquista de las islas Canarias / Unequal confrontation. Low demography and difficult resistance in the conquest of the Canary islands
An example in English on pottery https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320491142_Variability_of_lithic_tools_used_in_the_process_of_making_hand-made_pottery_in_Pre-European_Gran_Canaria_Canary_Islands_Spain
I am quite fond of the history of the Islands. In some way I connect it with the proto discoveries of Spain and Portugal.
That article is interesting, is avaiable online: https://www.gobiernodecanarias.org/cmsweb/export/sites/educacion/web/_galerias/descargas/contenidos_canarios/musica_en_canarias.pdf