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The buffalo, the chickadee, and the eagle: a multispecies textual history of Plenty Coups' multivocal autobiography2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (2): 168-203
  • Jasmine Spencer
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
The Lodge Boy and Spring Boy tale as depicted at Hole in the Wall, Wyoming2019 American Indian rock art 45: 63-72
  • Aaron Brien
  • Calvin Grinnell
  • Lawrence Loendorf
Eagle Creek canyon horses: a typology of calling card rock art sites2019 American Indian rock art 45: 39-62
  • David L. Minick
  • James D. Keyser
Crow chiefs in 18682019 Whispering wind 47 (4): 23-5
  • Allen Chronister
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Dating Crow rock art through multivariate statistical comparison with biographic artworks2019 American antiquity 84 (4): 632-50
  • James D. Keyser
  • Stephen J. Lycett
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The World Bison Jump (48JO966) and its relation to the ancestral Crow on the northwest plains2019 Plains anthropologist 64 (249): 68-92
  • Brigid Grund
  • Madline Mackie
  • Rachael L. Shimek
  • Spencer P. Pelton
  • Todd A. Surovell
H6/KUB [PLAINS-]0032-0447
Tobacco-related rock art at Vertical Series rock art in Montana and Wyoming2018 American Indian rock art 44: 159-68
  • David A. Kaiser
  • Lawrence Loendorf
Personal collections to the past: the collector, the Crow and the beaded cradleboard2018 Native American art June/July: 86-7
  • Nina Sanders
H6/KUB [NATIVE-]2469-6137in 'The beadwork issue'
Being open to the world2018 Hau 8 (1/2): 197-210
  • C. Jason Throop
2049-1115in special section 'Toward a new humanism'
Cheval Bonnet: a Crow calling card in the Blackfeet homeland2018 Ethnohistory 65 (1): 129-55
  • James D. Keyser
A horse is a horse - and they really can tell us things2017 American Indian rock art 43: 11-28
  • James D. Keyser
  • Stephanie L. Renfro
Bacheeishdíio (Place Where Men Pack Meat)2017 American antiquity 82 (1): 151-67
  • Edward W. Herrman
  • Matthew J. Rowe
  • Rebecca A. Nathan
  • Timothy P. McCleary
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Richard Throssell: Crow camps2016 Whispering wind 44 (3): 30-3
  • Allen Chronister
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Crow camps2016 Whispering wind 44 (4): 28-31
  • Allen Chronister
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Crow camps2016 Whispering wind 44 (6): 28-31
  • Allen Chronister
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Crow camps: Richard Throssell2015 Whispering wind 44 (1): 24-7
  • Allen Chronister
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Captured Crow lance and beaded case2014 Whispering wind 42 (4): 16-17
  • Larry Belitz
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Wendy Red Star: Crow interdisciplinary artist2014 First American art magazine 5: 34-9
  • Mary Jo Watson
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Indigenous studies and "the sacred"2014 American Indian quarterly 38 (1): 82-109
  • Mary L. Keller
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Joking relations. Translated and introduced by Jane I. Guyer2013 Hau 3 (2): 317-34
  • Marcel Mauss
2049-1115in special issue 'Value as theory - part 2 of 2'; French summary
Hierarchy and conflict in mutual being2013 Hau 3 (2): 259-70
  • Robert Alain Brightman
2049-1115comments on What kinship is - and is not by M Sahlins (Chicago: Univ of Chicago Pr, 2013); in special issue 'Value as theory - part 2 of 2'
Sacred humour: the image and significance of Heyoka among the Great Plains Indians of North America2013 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 6: 159-64
  • Sergeń≠ Sergeevich Fil'chikov
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415English summary
Juxtaposed narratives of the Battle of Crow Butte2013 Ethnohistory 60 (4): 567-79
  • Jim (Ngaï Tahu) Williams
Adapt and adopt: Apsálooke (Crow) beadwork and regalia from the ninteenth century to today2013 Journal of northwest anthropology 47 (2): 203-13
  • Kiley E. Molinari
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-]1538-2834
The Kobod site: petroglyphs at a buffalo jum in southeastern Montana2011 American Indian rock art 37: 161-72
  • Laurie White
  • Lawrence Loendorf
Telling stories: making history, place, and identity on the Little Bighorn2011 Journal of anthropological research 67 (3): 421-45
  • Debra Buchholtz
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
The Bellwether Ewe: recent developments in ethnographic filmmaking and the asthetics of anthropological enquiry2011 Cultural anthropology 26 (2): 247-62
  • Anna Grimshaw
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356
'You're considered a warrior then'. Respect and individualism in Crow military service2011 Suomen antropologi 36 (1): 65-75
  • Marjo Väyrynen
H6 [SUOMEN-]0355-3930
Crow 1873-19102011 Whispering wind 39 (6): 26-9
  • Allen Chronister
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
White Arm: master-artist and historian of the Crow2010 Tribal art (57): 86-97
  • Mike Cowdery
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
1868 Crows at Fort Laramie2009 Whispering wind 38 (3): 18-20
  • Allen Chronister
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
The downfall of a civilization? What actually happened to the GDR? Annotations to the development of a German culture after the change ('Wende') in 19892009 Curare 32 (3-4): 210-30, 314
  • Ronny Krüger
  • Ulrike Kluge
H6/KGT [CURARE-]0344-8622in special issue 'Kultur, Medizin und Psychologie im Trialog II: Beiträge zum 100. Geburtstag von Georges Devereux (*1908) & 30 Jahre Transkulturelle Psychiatrie und Psychotherapie in der Zeitschrift Curare'; English and French summaries
A philosopher among the Crow2008 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 14 (2): 426-30
  • Adam Kuper
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987review article on Radical hope: ethics in the face of cultural devastation by J Lear (London, Cambridge, Mass: Cambridge Univ Pr, 2006)
The philosopher and the Crow2008 Mana 14 (1): 235-44
  • Adam Kuper
H6/KUL [MANA-]0104-9313English summary
Dwarves and cranes: Baltic-Finnish mythologies in Eurasian and American perspective2007 Folklore (Tartu) 36: 67-88
  • IUrii Berezkin
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Turner rockshelter: a Blackfoot redoubt in the heart of Crow country2007 Plains anthropologist 52 (201): 9-27
  • James D. Keyser
H6/KUB [PLAINS-]0032-0447
Beadwork of the Columbia River plateau: identity and honor2006 Ornament 29 (3): 42-5
  • Steven Grafe
*H6 [BEAD-]0148-3897
Northern plains loop necklaces2006 Whispering wind 36 (251): 7-11
  • Richard Green
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
The heritage of Cucuteni-Tripolye culture and the question of the Indo-European homeland2005 Narodna tvorchist’ ta etnohrafiya 3: 10-17
  • Vasyl' Balushok
H6/KVY [NARODNA-]0130-6936English summary
Southern Siberian - North American links in mythology2003 Archaeology, ethnology and anthropology of Eurasia 14: 94-106
  • IU. E. Berezkin
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1563-0110
Crow leaders - 1859: photographs from the Beinecke Library, Yale University2003 Whispering wind 33 (3): 31-3
  • Allen Chronister
Disproportionate clan growth in Crow-Omaha societies: a kinship-demographic model for explaining settlement hierarchies and fissioning in the prehistoric U.S. Southeast2002 North American archaeologist 23 (4): 309-37
  • Bradley E. Ensor
Crow leaders2002 Whispering wind 32 (2): 24-7
  • Allen Chronister
Kinship as world view: a means to understand the role of kinship in Crow Indian politics1999 Acta americana 7 (1): 59-71
  • Ingela Roundface
Tribal affiliation of shield petroglyphs from the Black Hills and Cave Hills1998 Plains anthropologist 43 (165): 225-38
  • Linea Sundstrom
Once again on kinship terminology of Crow-Omaha type1998 Kunstkamera 12: 21-4
  • N. A. Butinov
0869-8384in special section 'Research materials'
Crow1998 Whispering wind 29 (4): 13-15
  • Allen Chronister
Crow beadwork: the resilience of cultural values1995 Uomo (Nuova Serie) 8 (1): 75-94
  • Barbara Loeb
*H6 [UOMO]
Of baggage and bondage: gender and status among Hidatsa and Crow women1993 American Indian Culture and research Journal 17 (2): 121-52
  • M H Foster
Searching for structure: reconstructing Crow family life during the reservation era1991 American Indian Quarterly 15 (3): 287-309
  • F E Hoxie