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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Enculturation incarnate: ritual sensoria in U.S. patriotic holidays2107 Ethos 45 (1): 24-47
  • Cindy Dell Clark
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
Citizens-in-waiting, deportees-in-waiting: power, temporality, and suffering in the U.S. asylum system2107 Ethos 45 (1): 75-97
  • Bridget M. Haas
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
Agency and the GED: personae and artifacts in the figured world of a literacy welcome center2107 Ethos 45 (1): 116-38
  • Ana Balridge
  • Chaise LaDousa
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131
La industria de la migración en el sistema migratorio México-Estados Unidos2102 Trace 61: 41-61
  • Rubén Hernández León
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286English and French summaries
La construcción social del sueño americano en la frontera entre México y Estados Unidos. Formación y proyectos migratorios de los estudiantes de enfermería2102 Trace 61: 62-75
  • Patrick Pérez
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286English and French summaries
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'
American world visions of vulnerability: the sacred, the secular, and roots of Evangelical American aid2019 Research in economic anthropology 38: 199-222
  • Kari B. Henquinet
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Individual and social adaptations to human vulnerability'
Becoming a personal style blogger: changing configurations and spatialities of aesthetic labour in the fashion industry2019 International journal of cultural studies 22 (1): 119-39
  • Taylor Brydges
Why do Latino survey respondents acquiesce? Respondent and interviewer characteristics as determinants of cultural patterns of acquiescence among Latino survey respondents2019 Cross-cultural research 43 (1): 87-115
  • Christopher Werner
  • Rachel E. Davis
  • Sunghee Lee
  • Timothy P. Johnsopn
H6/KF [BEHAVIOR-]1069-3971
What brand is this place? Place-making and the cultural politics of downtown revitalization2019 Space and culture 22 (1): 34-49
  • Ramzi R. Farhat
H6 [SPACE-]1206-3312in 20th anniversary special issue
Atea: nature and divinity in Polynesia2019 Tribal art (91): 82-91
  • Maia Nuku
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Red Cloud, Dog Child, and the "long knife" of the Samurai in Indian Country2019 Tribal art (91): 106-23
  • Cesare Marino
  • Paul Michael Taylor
  • Robert Pontsionen
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Stock morality: whalers, activists, and the power of the state in the Makah whaling conflict2019 American ethnologist 46 (1): 47-60
  • Les Beldo
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Squatters make history in New York: property, history, and collective claims on the city2019 American ethnologist 46 (1): 61-74
  • Amy Starcheski
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496Spanish summary
Network analysis of intrasite material networks and ritual practice at Pueblo Bonito2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 22-31
  • Evan Giomi
  • Matthew A. Peeples
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Settling into the country: comparison of Clovis and Folsom lithic networks in western North America shows increasing redundancy of toolstone use2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 32-42
  • Brian Andrews
  • Briggs Buchanan
  • J. David Kilby
  • Metin I. Eren
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Building wooden houses: the political economy of plankhouse construction on the southern Northwest Coast of America2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 203-21
  • Emily E. Shepard
  • Kenneth M. Ames
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Resolving the migrant paradox: two pathways to coalescence in the late precontact U.S. Southwest2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 262-87
  • Barbara J. Mills
  • Donna M. Glowacki
  • Jeffrey J. Clark
  • Jeffrey S. Dean
  • Jennifer A. Birch
  • John A. Ware
  • Lewis Borck
  • Matthew A. Peeples
  • Michelle Hegmon
  • Patrick D. Lyons
  • Rory Gauthier
  • Scott G. Ortman
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
“Now you can drink that alcohol … but smoking's a sin”: stigma and the production of Kentucky heritage2019 Journal of folklore research 56 (1): 1-36
  • Ann K. Ferrell
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
Biodistance evidence of gene flow from the Kayenta region2019 Kiva 85 (1): 1-24
  • Rachael M. Byrd
*H6/KE [KIVA-]0023-1940Spanish summary
Blackwater village at the turn of the twentieth century: Akimel O'Odham perseverance and resiliency2019 Kiva 85 (1): 25-48
  • Barnaby V. Lewis
  • Chris Loendorf
  • Craig Fertelmes
  • David H. Dejong
  • M. Kyle Woodson
*H6/KE [KIVA-]0023-1940Spanish summary
Early Pueblo Period population aggregation and dispersal in the Petrified Forest region, east-central Arizona2019 Kiva 85 (1): 49-80
  • Gregson Schachner
  • R.J. Sinensky
*H6/KE [KIVA-]0023-1940Spanish summary
Why wilderness? Alienation, authenticity, and nature2019 Tourist studies 19 (1): 3-22
  • Elizabeth S. Vidon
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
Strategic citizenship: negotiating public law 280 in Arizona, 1953-19682019 Ethnohistory 66 (1): 1-20
  • Katherine M.B. Osburn
Landscapes of refuge and resiliency: Native Californian persistence at Tomales Bay, california, 1770s-1870s2019 Ethnohistory 66 (1): 22-47
  • Lee M. Panich
  • Tsim D. Schneider
The point of view of a stone: looking at colonization of the northern plains from the Standing Rock2019 Ethnohistory 66 (1): 49-70
  • Thomas Grillot
Modeling Kansas City Hopewell developments and regional social interactions: a multisite ceramic analysis and new AMS radiocarbon ages2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 2-41
  • Mary J. Adair
  • Steven P. Keehner
Debating the age of Serpent Mound: a reply to Romains and Herrman's rejoinder to Lepper concerning Serpent Mound2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 42-56
  • Bradley T. Lepper
  • Tod A. Frolking
  • William H. Pickard
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109see Midcont J Archaeol 2018 (43): 76-88
Serpent Mound in its Woodland period context: second rejoinder to Lepper2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 57-83
  • William F. Romain
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109see this issue 42-56
Serpent Mound: still built by the Adena, and still rebuilt during Fort Ancient period2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 84-93
  • Edward W. Herrmann
  • G. William Monaghan
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109see this issue 42,56; 57-83
Pauté and Aiaouez: a new perspective on late seventeenth-century Chiwere-Siouan identity2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (1): 94-112
  • Colin M. Betts
Gifts from the dawn land: 19th century Wabanaki souvenir beadwork (part 1)2019 Whispering wind 46 (6): 6-10
  • Richard Green
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
19th century Southern Cheyenne style moccasins2019 Whispering wind 46 (6): 18-20
  • Michael Kostelnik
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
An interview with Dave Powell, Western artist2019 Whispering wind 46 (6): 23-5
  • Dave Powell
  • Peter Durkin interv
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Otoe and Pawnee2019 Whispering wind 46 (6): 26-9
  • Barry Hardin
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
Rounding dissimilation in Miami-Illinois2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 53-68
  • David J. Costa
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Embedded questions in Meskwaki: syntax and information structure2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 69-85
  • Amy Dahlstrom
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
The Kansas Unami writings of Ira D. Blanchard, pioneering Algonguian linguist2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 87-106
  • Ives Goddard
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Second-position enclitics occur within constituents in Maliseet-Passamaquoddy2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 107-21
  • Philip S. LeSourd
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Theme signs in Potawatomi as object agreement and the inverse2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 123-42
  • Robert E. Lewis jr.
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Revisiting the position of Potawatomi in (central) Algonquian2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 143-58
  • Hunter Thompson Lockwood
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
The status of classifying morphemes in Ojibwe2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 159-72
  • Cherry Meyer
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Pitch and intensity of lexical accent in Blackfoot2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 173-89
  • Mizuki Miyashita
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Revisiting the historical context of some Menominee morphological rules2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 191-203
  • Campbell Nilsen
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Giiwosebinesiwag maamawi ningikendamamin: a raptor collaboration centered on language and culture2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 205-19
  • Margaret Noodin
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Alford's Shawnee translation of the Gospels2019 Papers of the Algonquian conference 48: 221-38
  • Carl Schaefer
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Makahs, Quileute, and the precontact history of the Northwestern Olympic peninsula, Washington2019 Journal of northwest anthropology 53 (1): 1-53
  • Gary C. Wessen
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-]1538-2834
"Out of sight, out of mind": rapid ethnographic assessment of commercial fishermen's perspectives on corporate/state response to the deepwater horizon disaster2019 Human organization 78 (1): 1-11
  • Brent W. Stoffle
  • David B. Halmo
  • David Griffith
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Using rapid rural appraisal tools to explore gender and forests in the global north2019 Human organization 78 (1): 12-27
  • Carol J. Pierce Colfer
  • Lee Cerveny
  • Susan Stevens Hummel
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
Landscapes of loss and recovery: the anthropology of police-community relations and harm reduction2019 Human organization 78 (1): 28-42
  • Kris Nyrop
  • Suzanne Morrissey
  • Teresa Lee
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259