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The origins of the Kula ring: archaeological and maritime perspectives from the southern Massim and Mailu areas of Papua New Guinea2019 Archaeology in Oceania 54 (1): 1-16
  • Andrew Mcalister
  • Ben Shaw
  • Geoffrey Irwin
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121French summary
New tools, new human niches: the significance of the Dalton adze and the origin of heavy-duty woodworking in the middle Mississippi Valley of North America2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 50: 69-84
  • Brad H. Koldehoff
  • Richard W. Yerkes
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Row as one! A history of the development and use of the Sāmoan fautasi2018 Journal of the Polynesian Society 127 (1): 111-36
  • David J. Herdrich
  • Hans K. Van Tilburg
  • Michael D. Coszaler
  • Michaela E. Howells
  • Telei'ai Christian Ausage
  • Va'Amua Henry Sesepasara
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000in special issue 'Sāmoan landscapes through time: a special issue in honour of Jeffrey T. Clark'
Oral tradition and the canoe of Takū2018 Journal of the Polynesian Society 127 (2): 145-76
  • Richard Moyle
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Wangga: the linguistic and typological evidence for the sources of the outrigger canoes of Torres Strait and Cape York Peninsula2018 Oceania 88 (2): 202-31
  • Ray Wood
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
The canoe, the wind, and the mountain: shunting the Rashomon effect of Mauna Kea2018 Pacific studies 41 (3): 119-30
  • Philipp Schorch
  • Vilsoni Hereniko
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596
The canoe, the wind, and the mountain: shunting the Rashomon effect of Mauna Kea: an aloha aina response2018 Pacific studies 41 (3): 131-3
  • Manulani Aluli Meyer
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596comments on V Hereniko and P Schorch see this issue, 119-30
Ka ulu koa ma kai: the koa grove rises in the sea2018 Pacific studies 41 (3): 134-46
  • Ty P. Kāwika Tengan
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596comments on 'The canoe, the wind, and the mountain: shunting the Rashomon effect of Mauna Kea' by V Hereniko and P Schorch see this issue, 119-30
He lani ko luna, a sky above2018 Pacific studies 41 (3): 147-53
  • Kalepa Baybayan
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596comments on 'The canoe, the wind, and the mountain: shunting the Rashomon effect of Mauna Kea' by V Hereniko and P Schorch see this issue, 119-30
Authors' response2018 Pacific studies 41 (3): 154-7
  • Philipp Schorch
  • Vilsoni Hereniko
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596response to M A Meyer, T P K Tengan, K Baybayan see this issue, 131-53
Pedro O. Zopeda, Seminole canoe maker and ceramic artist2017/2018 First American art magazine 17: 68-73
  • Michole Eldred
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Kayaktivism: the anthropology of protest, craft, and the imagination2017 Martor: revue d'anthropologie du Musée du Paysan Roumain 22: 109-26
  • William Westerman
H6/KVQ [MARTOR-]1224-6271in thematic issue 'Back to the future: creative traditions in the 21st century'
A review of archaeological Māori canoes (waka) reveals changes in sailing technology and maritime communications in Aotearoa/New Zealand, AD 1330-18002017 Journal of Pacific archaeology 8 (2): 31-43
  • Dilys Johns
  • Filippo Munaro
  • Geoffrey Irwin
  • Richard G.J. Flay
  • Tim Mackrell
  • Yun Sung
H6/KE [NEW-]1179-4704
Te Laa o Lata of Taumako: gauging the performance of an ancient Polynesian sail2017 Journal of the Polynesian Society 126 (4): 377-415
  • Marianne George
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Understanding Aotearoa's past through the recovery and conservation of a 15th-century canoe and its fibrework from Papanui Inlet, Otago Peninsula2017 Journal of the Polynesian Society 126 (4): 469-94
  • Dilys Johns
  • Geoffrey Irwin
  • Rachel Wesley
  • Shar Briden
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Water, maize, salt, and canoes: an iconography of economics at late preclassic Izapa, Chiapas, Mexico2016 Latin American antiquity 27 (3): 340-56
  • Julia Guernsey
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
‘What’s in or not in a name’?: The untold story of canoe naming among the Basubiya of the Chobe District in Botswana2016 Botswana notes and records 48 (1): 182-92
  • Andy Chebanne
  • Glorious Bongani Gumbo
  • Ndana Ndana
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090in special issue 'Humanities at UB and Botswana’s 50 years of independence'
Opening the water highway: tribal canoe journeys as an honor song for American Indian people2015 First American art magazine 7: 16-21
  • Misty Ellingburg
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Canoes of Mabuyaga and Torres Strait2015 Memoirs of the Queensland Museum Cultural Heritage Series 8 (1): 127-207
  • Ian J. McNiven
H6/KX [QUEENSLAND MUSEUM. Memoirs. Cultural Heritage Series]1440-4780in monographic issue 'Goemulgaw: natural and cultural histories of the island of Mabuyag, Torres Strait'
Tongiaki to Kalia: the Micronesian-rigged voyaging canoes of Fiji and Western Polynesia and their Tangaloan-rigged forebears2015 Journal of the Polynesian Society 124 (4): 335-418
  • Fergus Clunie
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Pacific colonisation and canoe performance: experiments in the science of sailing2015 Journal of the Polynesian Society 124 (4): 419-43
  • Geoffrey Irwin
  • Richard G. J. Flay
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Words for canoes: continuity and change in Oceanic sailing craft2015 Journal of the Polynesian Society 124 (4): 445-60
  • Anne Di Piazza
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Report on the pieces of dalca from the Ethnographic Museum of Achao, Chile2015 Magallania 43 (1): 309-20
  • Nicolás Lira
  • Romina Briacovich
  • Valentina Figueroa
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
The history and dendrochronological dating of the Dave Walker dugout canoe: a progress report2015 The bulletin: journal of the New York State Archaeological Association 129: 49-56
  • Carol B. Griggs
  • Daniel B. Noble
  • David Moyer
  • Donald A. Windsor
*H6/KE [BULLETIN-]1046-2368
Considering the wet homeland of indigenous Massachussetts2014 Journal of social archaeology 14 (1): 87-111
  • Jonathan K. Patton
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Polysemic objects and partial translations: museums and the interpretation of indigenous material culture in Taiwan2014 Museum anthropology 37 (2): 102-17
  • Marzia Varutti
H6 [MUSEUM-]0892-8339
What possible connection can there be between a woman and a frog? Paddles of the Kamoro and the Asmat of the Southwest Coast of New Guinea2014 Pacific arts 13 (2): 21-32
  • Pauline van der Zee
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252
The converted war canoe: cannibal raiders, missionaries, and Pax Britannica on Dobu Island, Papua New Guinea2014 Anthropologica (New Series) 56 (2): 269-84
  • Susanne Kuehling
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Ending war and sustaining peace in Pacific societies'; French summary
The Vanuatu 'butterfly sail': a Polynesian Oceanic spritsail in Melanesia2014 Asian perspectives 53 (2): 150-61
  • Anne Di Piazza
H6/KE [ASIAN-]0066-8435
Das Segelkanu aus der Murik-Lagune in Papua-Neuguinea. Die Wiederentdeckung einer Objektbiographie2013-2014 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 61: 59-78
  • Alexis Themo von Poser
H6 [BAESSLER-]0005-3856English summary
Gogodala canoe festivals, customary ways and cultural tourism in Papua New Guinea2013 Oceania 83 (2): 88-101
  • Alison Dundon
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
From personal ornaments to canoe carvings and shields: re-presentations and translations of personal ornaments as social markers, Western and Central Provinces, Solomon Islands2013 Pacific arts 13 (1): 27-39
  • Deborah Waite
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252
Hunter-gatherers, biogeographic barriers and the development of human settlement in Tierra del Fuego2012 Antiquity 86 (331): 71-87
  • Arleen García-Herbst
  • Charles Stern
  • Flavia Morello
  • Luis Borrero
  • Mauricio Massone
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
La navegación lacustre: un rasgo cultural primordial de los mexicas2012 Arqueología mexicana 20 (115): 18-23
  • Alexandra Biar
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
The Piro canoe. A preliminary ethnographic account2012 Journal de la Société des Américanistes 98 (1): 39-61
  • Peter Gow
H6/KUB [SOCIETE-]0037-9174French and Spanish summaries
Lakes, canoes, and the acquatic communities of Xochimilco and Chalco, New Spain2012 Ethnohistory 59 (3): 541-68
  • Richard Conway
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Die archaische Siedlung von Tariverde2012 Dacia (New Series) 56: 77-89
  • Iulian Bîrzescu
H6/KE [DACIA-]0070-251XEnglish and Romanian summaries
Conservation analysis and cellular structure of wood from six logboats of southern central Chile2012 Magallania 40 (1): 307-18
  • Juan E. Diaz-Vaz
  • Nicolás Lira
  • Susana Muñoz
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
Fellboot, Floß und Einbaum Wasserfahrzeuge der Urgeschichte im Experiment2012 Mitteilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien 142: 121-36
  • Wulf Hein
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGISCHE GESELLSCHAFT IN WIEN. Mitteilungen-]0066-4693in thematic issue 'Bewegung - Fortbewegung'; English summary
Migratory canoe traditions2012 Mitteilungen aus dem Museum für Völkerkunde (Hamburg) 44: 74-85
  • Rawiri Taonui
H6 [HAMBURG-]in monographic issue 'House Rauru: masterpiece of the Māori'; with glossary of Maori terms in appendix, 449-70
East Polynesian sailing rigs: the Anuta Iti experiment2011 Journal of Pacific archaeology 2 (2): 109-13
  • Atholl Anderson
  • Hanneke Boon
H6/KE [NEW-]1179-4704
A (war?) canoe from the Massim region of Papua New Guinea and its relationship to rare dance paddles from the D'Entrecasteaux Islands2010-11 Münchner Beiträge zur Völkerkunde 14: 283-309
  • Harry Beran
H6 [MUNCHNER BEITRAGE ZUR VOLKERKUNDE-]0936-837XGerman summary
Kayaks of Pacific Eskimos based on archaeological and ethnographic data2010 Sbornik Muzeya Antropologii i Etnografii 56: 198-227
  • Aron L. Crowell
  • Evgeniia Viktorovna Anishchenko
H6/KVY [AKADEMIYA NAUK SSSR. Muzey po Antropologii i Etnografii Sbornik]
Missing the boat in lithic procurement: watercraft and the bulk procurement of tool-stone on the maritime peninsula2010 Journal of anthropological archaeology 29 (1): 33-46
  • Susan E. Blair
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Te Miro o'one: the archaeology of contact on Rapa Nui (Eastern Island)2010 World archaeology 42 (4): 562-80
  • Alistair Paterson
  • Joshua Pollard
  • Kate Welham
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Debates in World Archaeology'
Masks and canoes of the Murik Lake, Papua New Guinea2009 Arts & cultures : 227-35
  • Philippe Peltier
*H6/KFY [ARTS-]ONLY ISBN
On linguistic and cascading inventions: a comment on Arnold's dismissal of a Polynesian contact event in southern California2009 American antiquity 74 (1): 173-82
  • Kathryn A. Klar
  • Terry L. Jones
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316comments on 'Credit where credit is due: the history of the Chumash oceangoing plank canoe' by J Arnold in Amer Antiq 2007, 72(2):196-209; Spanish summary
Materialising Oceania: new ethnographies of things in Melanesia and Polynesia2009 The Australian journal of anthropology 20 (1): 3-27
  • Haidy Geismar
  • Joshua A. Bell
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811introduction to special issue
Appropriating successive colonial experiences to represent national culture: a case analysis of the revival of war canoes in Palau, Micronesia2009 People and culture in Oceania 24: 1-29
  • Shingo Iitaka
*H6/KX [MAN-]1349-5380
Sea nomads of the Beagle Channel in southernmost South America: over six thousand years of coastal adaptation and stability2009 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 4 (1): 61-80
  • Ernesto Luis Piana
  • Luis Abel Orquera
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894