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'Vermin': predator eradication as an expression of white supremacy in colonial Namibia, 1921-19522020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (1): 91-108
  • John Heydinger
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1465-3893
An isotopic and morphometric examination of island dogs (Canis familiaris): comparing dietary and mobility patterns in the Precolumbian Caribbean2020 Latin American antiquity 31 (3): 632-8
  • Corinne L. Hofman
  • Gene T. Shev
  • Jason E. Laffoon
  • Sandrine Grouard
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
“Taking the ghetto out of the dog:” reproducing inequality in pit bull rescue2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (10): 1795-812
  • Katja M. Guenther
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
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'
Animal welfare and human health: rising conflicts over stray dogs in Chandigarh2019 South Asia research 39 (3): 339-52
  • Kumar Gupta
  • Namita Gupta
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
When is a wolf a dog? Combined geometric morphometrics and stable isotope analyses for differentiating wild from domestic canids on the northern plains2019 Plains anthropologist 64 (252): 316-49
  • Abigail E. Fischer
H6/KUB [PLAINS-]0032-0447
Dog words - or, how to think without language2019 Sociological review 67 (2): 374-90
  • Mariam Motamedi Fraser
H6/KF [SOCIOLOGICAL-]0038-0261in thematic issue ‘Intimate entanglements’
Beyond Ka'pon and Pemon ritual ant evenomation: the medicine, magic, and metaphor of landscape2019 Archaeology and anthropology (Georgetown) 23: 47-66
  • Daniel G. Cooper
*H6/KUL [ARCHAEOLOGY-]0256-4353
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