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Economic sovereignty in volatile times: Eastern Band Cherokee Indians' strategies for supporting economic stability2019 Research in economic anthropology 38: 175-98
  • Courtney Lewis
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Individual and social adaptations to human vulnerability'
Talking stones: Cherokee syllabary in Maintou Cave, Alabama2019 Antiquity 93 (368): 519-36
  • Alan Cressler
  • Beau Duke Carroll
  • Jan F. Simek
  • Julie Reed
  • Tom Belt
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The Red Bird river shelter (15CY52) revisited: the archaeology of the Cherokee syllabary and of Sequoya in Kentucky2019 American antiquity 84 (2): 302-16
  • Alan Cressler
  • Beau Duke Carroll
  • Jan F. Simek
  • Julie Reed
  • Mary White
  • Tom Belt
  • Wayna Adams
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Amanda Crowe and her legacy: Eastern Band Cherokee woodcarving2019 First American art magazine 23: 30-5
  • Tammi J. Hanawalt
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
"The yellow monster": reanimating nucelar fears in Cherokee science fiction2019 Native South 12: 52-73
  • Miriam Brown-Psiers
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596in special issue 'Native southern literature'
When the Cherokee became indigenous: Cherokee Nation v. Georgia and its paradoxical legalities2018 Ethnohistory 65 (2): 247-67
  • Jonas Bens
Luzene Hill, Eastern Band Cherokee interdisciplinary artist2017/2018 First American art magazine 17: 62-7
  • Suzanne Newman Fricke
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Honor and revival: Cherokee national treasures2017 First American art magazine 15: 36-9
  • Mary Ellen Meredith
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
For the Sga-Du-Gi (community): modern day Cherokee stickball2017 American Indian culture and research journal 41 (2): 93-114
  • Jessica Siegele
  • Natalie M. Welch
  • Robin Hardin
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Practicing sovereignty: colonial temporalities, Cherokee justice, and the "Socrates" writings of John Ridge2017 Native American and indigenous studies 4 (1): 30-60
  • Kelly Sovereignty
Civilization, law, and customary diplomacy: arguments against removal in Cherokee and Seneca letters to the federal government2017 Native American and indigenous studies 4 (2): 31-51
  • Claudia Haake
Cerokee ceramic artist Jane Osti2016 First American art magazine 11: 66-71
  • America Meredith
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Reflections of history2016 Native American art (1): 64-9
  • John O'Hern
H6/KUB [NATIVE-]2469-6137
"Between two fires": elusive justice on the Cherokee-Tennessee frontier, 1796-18142016 American Indian quarterly 40 (1): 38-67
  • Robert M. Owens
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Adoptive couple v. Baby girl: policing authenticity, implicit racial bias, and continued harm to American Indian families2016 American Indian culture and research journal 40 (1): 119-40
  • Theresa Rocha Beardall
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Settler colonialism and the legislating of criminality'
Lloyd Kiva New: his Cherokee roots and legacy in Oklahoma2016 First American art magazine 12: 40-5
  • Roy Boney jr.
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Digital knowledge sharing: forging partnerships between scholars, archives, and Indigenous communities2016 Museum anthropology review 10 (2): 66-90
  • Timothy B. Powell
Muscogee-Cherokee painter: Joan Hill2015/2016 First American art magazine 9: 50-5
  • Daniel McCoy
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Sustenance and health among the five tribes in Indian Territory, postremoval to statehood2015 Ethnohistory 62 (2): 263-84
  • Devon A. Mihesuah
A Cherokee epic: Kermit Hunter's Unto These Hills and the mythologizing of Cherokee history2015 Native South 8: 1-30
  • Gregory D. Smithers
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Kay Walkingstick: passion and place2015 American Indian NMAI Fall: 18-25
  • Bradley Pecore
  • Kathleen Ash-Milby
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Two thematic manifestations of neotribal capitalism in the United States2015 Anthropological theory 15 (2): 218-38
  • Samuel W. Rose
"This is the nation's heart-string". Formal education and the Cherokee diaspora during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 28-55
  • Gregory D. Smithers
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Cherokee noun incorporation revisited2014 International journal of American linguistics 80 (1): 5-38
  • Hiroto Uchihara
Shaping new homelands: environmental production, natural resource management, and the dynamics of indigenous state practice in the Cherokee nation2014 Ethnohistory 61 (1): 123-47
  • Clint Carroll
Nancy Ward: American patriot or Cherokee nationalist?2014 American Indian quarterly 38 (2): 177-206
  • Michelene E. Pesantubbee
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Bridging realms: towards ethnographically informed methods to identify religious and artistic practices in different settings2014 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 7 (2): 109-39
  • J. David Lewis-Williams
  • Johannes H.N. Loubser
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696X
Cherokee towns and calumet ceremonialism in eastern North America2014 American antiquity 79 (3): 425-43
  • Christopher B. Rodning
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Shan Goshorn: re-weaving history2014 American Indian NMAI 15 (2): 22-35
  • Theresa Barbaro
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Cherokees and Franco-British confrontation in the Tennessee corridor, 1730-17602014 Native South 7: 33-67
  • Kristofer Ray
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Identity construction and the causes of genocidal mass murder2014 Studies in ethnicity and nationalism 14 (3): 484-99
  • Daniel Chirot
  • Daniel Karell
H6/KF [STUDIES-]1473-8481in special section 'On the study of genocide'
Un-veiling objects: "normality" exposed in Jimmie Durham's museum installations2014 Anthropologie et sociétés 38 (3): 155-77
  • Sophie Moiroux
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0702-8997in special issue 'Other's views, artefacts voices: materializing the immaterial in museums'; English and Spanish summaries
Secular trends in Cherokee cranial morphology: eastern vs. western bands2014 Annals of human biology 41 (1-6): 511-17
  • Ann H. Ross
  • Rebecca Sutphin
  • Richard L. Jantz
H6/HB [ANNALS-]0301-4460
Race, sovereignty, and civil rights: understanding the Cherokee freedmen controversy2014 Cultural anthropology 29 (3): 575-98
  • Circe Sturm
H6 [CULTURAL-]0886-7356in special section 'Borders of belonging'
American Indian removal beyond the Removal Act2014 Native American and indigenous studies 1 (1): 65-87
  • John P. Bowes
Farming and foraging at the crossroads: the consequences of Cherokee and European interaction through the late eighteenth century2013 American antiquity 78 (1): 68-88
  • Amber M. Vanderwarker
  • Jon B. Marcoux
  • Kandace D. Hollenbach
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
John Milton Oskison and assimilation2013 American Indian quarterly 37 (1): 3-33
  • Lionel Larré
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
A demand of blood: the Cherokee war of 17762013 American Indian NMAI 14 (4): 36-40
  • Nadia Dean
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Articulating culturally sensitive knowledge online: a Cherokee case study2013 Museum anthropology review 7 (1-2): 85-104
  • Robert Leopold
in special issue 'After the return: digital repatriation and the circulation of indigenous knowledge'
Missed opportunities and the problem of Mohawk chief John Norton's Cherokee ancestry2012 Ethnohistory 59 (2): 261-91
  • Carl Benn
Late prehistoric and protohistoric shell gorgets from southwestern North Carolina2012 Southeastern archaeology 31 (1): 33-56
  • Christopher B. Rodning
Anthropology and the covert: methodological notes on researching military and intelligence programmes2012 Anthropology today 28 (2): 21-5
  • Roberto J. González
The Cherokee Phoenix: resistance and accommodation2012 Native South 5: 123-48
  • Michelle Lynn Ross-Mulkey
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
The Carnegie Project: action anthropology among the Oklahoma Cherokees2012 Journal of northwest anthropology : 23-42
  • Albert L. Wahraftig
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-]1538-2834in special issue 'Memoir no.8: Action anthropology and Sol Tax in 2012: the final word?'; with bibliography in appendix, 225-31
Impressions and reflections: a week in the Cherokee nation, 20022012 Journal of northwest anthropology : 131-9
  • Albert L. Wahraftig
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-]1538-2834in special issue 'Memoir no.8: Action anthropology and Sol Tax in 2012: the final word?'; with bibliography in appendix, 225-31
Dendrochronological dating of the Chief John Ross house, Rossville, Georgia2012 Southeastern archaeology 31 (2): 221-30
  • Brian K. Parrish
  • Georgina G. DeWeese
  • Heri D. Grissino-Mayer
  • S. Michael Edwards
  • W. Jeff Bishop
Utalotsa Woni - "Talking leaves" a re-examination fo the Cherokee syllabary and Sequoyah2012 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 24 (4): 47-76
  • Rose Gubele
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238
Lest we remember: Civil War memories and commemmoration among the five tribes2012 American Indian quarterly 36 (4): 525-44
  • Jeff Fortney
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Native American cultural tourism: spectatorship and participation'
"We're taking the genious of Sequoyah into this century". The Cherokee syllabary, peoplehood, and perseverance2011 Wicazo Sa review 26 (1): 67-83
  • Ellen Cushman
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Linking Native American health, religion, and culture2011 Ethnohistory 58 (1): 143-8
  • Mary-Ellen Kelm
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801review article on "I choose life": contemporary medical and religious practices in the Navajo world by M Trudelle Schwartz (Norman: Univ of Oklahoma Pr, 2008), on Under the rattlesnake: Cherokee health and resiliency ed L Lefler (Tuscaloosa: Univ of Alabama Pr, 2009), and on Religion and healing in Native America: pathways for renewal ed SJ Crawford O'Brien (Westport, CT: Praegar, 2008)