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Close companions: early evidence for dogs in northweast Jordan and the potential impact of new hunting methods2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 161-73
  • Lisa Yeomans
  • Louise Martin
  • Tobias Richter
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Training dogs to feel good: embodying well-being in multispecies relations2019 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 33 (1): 101-19
  • Natalie Porter
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194in special issue 'Human animal health in medical anthropology'
'I heard a dog cry': more-than-human interrelatedness, ethnicity and zootherapy in South Korean civil society discourse about dog meat consumption2019 Ethnography 20 (1): 68-87
  • Julien Dugnoille
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
New evidence of the earliest domestic dogs in the Americas2019 American antiquity 84 (1): 68-87
  • Angela Perri
  • Brent Buenger
  • Chris Widga
  • Dennis Lawler
  • Kenneth Farnsworth
  • Luci Kohn
  • Terrance Martin
  • Thomas Loebel
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The Birch Creek canids and dogs as transport labor in the intermontane West2019 American antiquity 84 (1): 88-106
  • David A. Byers
  • Martin H. Welker
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Interactions of care and control: human-animal relationships in hunter-gatherer communities in near-contemporary eastern Siberia and the Mesolithic of northwest Europe2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (3): 465-78
  • Graeme Warren
  • Maja Pasarić
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Zoomorphic rock art representations and identity-building in central Argentina (ca. 1550-450 BP)2019 Boletín del Museo chileno de Arte precolombino 24 (1): 83-104
  • Andrea Recalde
  • Erica Colqui
H6/KE [BOLETIN-]0716-1530English summary
Deadly predators and virtuous Buddhists: dog population control and the politics of ethics in Ladakh2019 Himalaya: the journal of the Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies 39 (1): 9-25
  • Karine Gagné
H6/KWL [HIMALAYAN-]0891-4834
The curious case of the Mesolithic Iberian dogs: an archaeogenetic study2019 Journal of archaeological science 105: 116-29
  • Alexandra Valente
  • Ana Catarina Sousa
  • Ana Cristina Araújo
  • Ana Elisabete Pires
  • Ana Margarida Arruda
  • Anders Götherström
  • Carlos Fernández-Rodríguez
  • Catarina Ginja
  • Catherine Hänni
  • Cleia Detry
  • David Gonçalves
  • Eduardo Porfírio
  • Fernanda Simões
  • Francisco Petrucci-Fonseca
  • Isabel R. Amorim
  • João Luis Cardoso
  • José Matos
  • José Morais Arnaud
  • Lara Alves
  • Lounes Chikhi
  • Mariana Diniz
  • Marta Moreno-García
  • Morgane Ollivier
  • Nuno Bicho
  • Pablo Arias
  • Rita Rasteiro
  • Simon J. M. Davis
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Dietary variation among indigenous Nicaraguan horticulturalists and their dogs: an ethnoarchaeological application of hte Canine Surrogacy Approach2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 55: 1-12
  • Angela R. Perri
  • Catherine G. Cooper
  • Erik Otárola-Castillo
  • Jeremy M. Koster
  • Jessica L. Burns
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Animal domestication in the high Arctic: hunting and holding reindeer on the IAmal peninsula, northwest Siberia2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 55: 1-23
  • Andreĭ V. Plekhanov
  • Bruce C. Forbes
  • David G. Anderson
  • Karen B. Milek
  • Loïc Harrault
  • Mari Kuoppamaa
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Hounds follow those who feed them: what can the ethnographic record of hunter-gatherers reveal about early human-canid partnerships?2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 55: 1-14
  • Karen D. Lupo
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Afterlife companion species: thinking human-dog relations from the south Andean region2019 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (36): 139-61
  • Marina Weinberg
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485Xin thematic issue 'Archaeology for Latin America in the 21st century'; English and Portuguese summaries
Tapis: blankets in celebration of the sled dog2019 First American art magazine 24 (Fall): 20-5
  • Michole Eldred
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Bear and dog remains from an Agnevo River sacred site (central Sakhalin)2019 Anthropology and archeology of Eurasia 58 (1-2): 72-94
  • Sergey Viacheslavovich Gorbunov
  • Viacheslav Vladimirovich Gasilin
H6/KVY [ANTHROPOLOGY-]1061-1959in special issue 'Cross-cultural influences in the Far East and Central Asia'
A new look at an old dog: Bonn-Oberkassel reconsidered2018 Journal of archaeological science 92: 126-38
  • Liane Giemsch
  • Luc Janssens
  • Martin Street
  • Ralf Schmitz
  • Stefan Van Dongen
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Ancient DNA evidence for the introduction and dispersal of dogs (Canis familiaris) in New Zealand2018 Journal of Pacific archaeology 9 (1): 1-10
  • Elizabeth Matisoo-Smith
  • James Boocock
  • Karen Greig
  • Melinda S. Allen
  • Richard Walter
H6/KE [NEW-]1179-4704
Pre-neolithic evidence for dog-assisted hunting strategies in Arabia2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 49: 225-36
  • Angela R. Perri
  • Maria Guagnin
  • Michael D. Petraglia
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Perros prehistóricos en el este de Uruguay: contextos e implicaciones culturales2018 Latin American antiquity 29 (1): 64-78
  • Federica Moreno
  • José M. López Mazz
  • Roberto Bracco
  • Roberto González
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635English summary
Late 1st- millennium B.C.E. Levantine dog burials as an extension of human mortuary behavior2018 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (379): 19-41
  • Helen Dixon
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X
Synchrony in chronotype and social jetlag between dogs and humans across Europe2018 Time and society 27 (2): 223-38
  • Christoph Randler
  • Juan Francisco Díaz-Morales
  • Konrad S. Jankowski
H6 [TIME-]0961-463X
Dogs were domesticated in the Arctic: culling practices and dog sledding at Ust'-Poluĭ2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 51: 113-26
  • Andreĭ V. Gusev
  • Natal'ia V. Fedorova
  • Ol'ga P. Bachura
  • Robert J. Losey
  • Tat'iana Nomokonova
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Can we identify the Mexican hairless dog in the archaeological record? Morphological and genetic insights from Tizayuca, Basin of Mexico2018 Journal of archaeological science 98: 128-36
  • Antoine Zazzo
  • Aurélie Manin
  • Fabiola Bastian
  • Morgane Ollivier
  • Olivier Tombret
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Die Taube zieht mit dem Hund in den Krieg. Tiere im Ersten Weltkrieg2018 Mitteilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien 148: 191-202
  • Anna Bauer
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGISCHE GESELLSCHAFT IN WIEN. Mitteilungen-]0066-4693in thematic issue 'Bewaffnete Konflikte - Ersehnter Friede' with introduction by K Grömer and H Mückler, 1-10; English summary
To eat or not to eat companion dogs: symbolic value of dog meat and human-dog companionship in contemporary South Korea2018 Food Culture and Society 21 (2): 214-32
  • Julien Dugnoille
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Contact zones gestalten. Ethnografische Forschungen in Beziehungen zwischen Menschen und streunenden Hunden in Podgorica2018 Schweizerisches Archiv für Volkskunde 14 (2): 81-99
  • Elisabeth Luggauer
H6/KVI [SCHWEIZERISCHES-]0036-794X
A case of cynophagy at Radovanu - Gorgana a doua settlement, Călăraşi County (2nd-1st centuries BC)2018 Materiale şi cercetări arheologice (Serie Nouă) (14): 133-48
  • Adrian Bălăsescu
  • Alexandru Morintz
H6/KE [MATERIALE ARHEOLOGICE-]0076-5147Romanian summary
A dog's life: suffering humanitarianism in Port-au-Prince, Haiti2017 American anthropologist 119 (1): 35-45
  • Greg Beckett
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish and French summaries
Telling Warlpiri dog stories2017 Anthropological forum 27 (2): 95-113
  • Yasmine Musharbash
H6/KX [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0066-4677
The Mimbres classic2017 Archaeology Southwest 31 (1): 15-18
  • Darrell Creel
  • Harry J. Shafer
  • Patricia A. Gilman
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]1523-0546in thematic issue 'Mimbres preservation, pithouses, Pueblos, and pottery', with inserts by RJ Stokes and AR Woods, KM Baustian, and B Roth
Finding the dog in Arizona rock art2017 American Indian rock art 43: 85-92
  • Barbara J. Gronemann
H6/KUB [AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK ART-]
Animal likenesses: dogs and the boundary of the human in South Africa2017 Journal of African cultural studies 29 (3): 345-61
  • Gabeba Baderoon
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
When and where do dogs improve hunting productivity? The empirical record and some implications for early upper paleolithic prey acquisition2017 Journal of anthropological archaeology 47: 139-51
  • Karen D. Lupo
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
The contribution of 21st century pastoralism to biodiversity conservation and emerging bioeconomies2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (3): 514-21
  • Katherine E. French
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771introduction to special section '21st Century pastoralism and biodiversity conservation'
Tamales for everyone! Deer and domestic dog consumption at Chinikihá banquets2017 Anales de antropología 51 (2)
  • Carlos Miguel Varela Scherrer
  • Coral Montero López
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225English summary
Obesity in dogs - a human bourne disease2017 Curare 40 (1-2): 137-42, 159
  • Bruno Beljak
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0344-8622German and French summaries; in special issue 'AGEM looking at 6 decennia of interdisciplinary discourses in 'Anthropology and medicine,' Part IV'
From a static 'I am dead!' to an (inter)active 'Do you like a dog treat?' Qualitative research on canine assisted therapy within geriatric psychiatry2017 Curare 40 (1-2): 143-8, 159
  • Andrea Kuckert-Wöstheinrich
  • Andreas Sobottka
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0344-8622English and French summaries; in special issue 'AGEM looking at 6 decennia of interdisciplinary discourses in 'Anthropology and medicine,' Part IV'
Animals of the Sealands: ceremonial activities in the southern Mesopotamian "dark age"2017 Iraq 79: 257-67
  • Katheryn C. Twiss
H6/KE [IRAQ-]0021-0889Arabic summary
The dogs of war: a bronze age initiation ritual in the Russian steppes2017 Journal of anthropological archaeology 48: 134-48
  • David W. Anthony
  • Dorcas R. Brown
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
QVNO, a Celtic personal name in a Roman inscription from Forua (Busturialdea, Bizkaia, Spain), Celtic personal names in Bizkaia and "dogs" in the Iberian peninsula2017 Journal of Indo-European studies 45 (3-4): 313-32
  • Fernando Fernández Palacios
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Motivation of dog names in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries (based on Jan Ostroróg's Nomenklatura ogarów)2017 Lituanistica 63 (3): 149-67
  • Anželika Smetonienė
  • Marius Smetona
H6/KVT [LITUANISTICA-]0235-716Xin thematic section 'Language'; English summary
Faunal remains2017 Journal of African archaeology monograph series 12: 234-40
  • Kevin C. MacDonald
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]in monographic issue 'Essouk-Tadmekka: an early Islamic trans-Saharan market town', with bibliography 411-22
A landmark-based approach for assessing the reliability of mandibular tooth crowding as a marker of dog domestication2017 Journal of archaeological science 85: 41-50
  • Allowen Evin
  • Ardern Hulme-Beaman
  • Carly Ameen
  • Kate Britton
  • Mietje Germonpré
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Palaeolithic and prehistoric dogs and Pleistocene wolves from IAkutia: identification of isolated skulls2017 Journal of archaeological science 78: 1-19
  • Elodie-Laure Jimenez
  • Mietje Germonpré
  • Patrik Galeta
  • Pëtr Danilov
  • Sergeĭ Fedorov
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Notes on paleofecal materials from Chapman caves N.1 (CA-INY-1534A), Naval Air Weapon Station (NAWS), China Lake, California2017 Journal of California and Great Basin anthropology 37 (2): 202-9
  • Kish Lapierre
  • Mark Q. Sutton
H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0191-3557
Symbolism in funeral rites and beliefs of Brod Posavlje area: pre-Christian in Christian2017 Studia mythologica slavica 20: 255-69
  • Ivana Artuković Župan
  • Karolina Lukač
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271English summary
On the question of traditional dog breeding among indigenous peoples of the Far East (the case of the Oroks if Sakhalin Island)2017 Anthropology and archeology of Eurasia 56 (1/2): 32-51
  • Alexander A. Kim
  • Andrei P. Samar
H6/KVY [ANTHROPOLOGY-]1061-1959in special issue 'Animal-human relationships'
Dogs, jaws, and other stories: two symbolic objects made of dog mandibles from southeastern Europe2016 Journal of field archaeology 41 (1): 101-17
  • Adrian Bălăşescu
  • Cătălin Lažar
  • Monica Mărgărit
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Hacer a un perro. Relaciones entre los qom del Gran Chaco argentino y sus compañeros animales de caza2016 Anthropos (St Augustin) 111 (1): 113-25
  • Celeste Medrano
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774English summary
Interspecies semiotics and the specter of taboo: the perception and interpretation of dogs and rabies in Bali, Indonesia2016 American anthropologist 118 (1): 67-77
  • Yancey Orr
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary