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Banana brokers: communicative labor, translocal translation, and transnational law2019 Public culture 31 (1): 69-92
  • Matthew Canfield
H6/KF [PUBLIC-]0899-2363
Similarity of homegarden component species and their genetic distance between Tanzania and Indonesia2018 African study monographs supplementary issue 55: 51-84
  • Hirokazu Higuchi
  • Kanako Takata
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0286-9667in supplementary issue 'Resource vitalizing local societies in Tanzania'
Diversity of banana cultivars and their usages in the Papua New Guinea lowlands: A case study focusing on the kalapua subgroup2018 People and culture in Oceania 34: 55-78
  • Kagari Shikata-Yasuoka
  • Kaori Komatsu
  • Koichi Kitanishi
  • Shingo Odani
  • Yasuaki Sato
*H6/KX [MAN-]1349-5380
Agricultural innovation from above and from below: confrontation and integration on Rwanda's hills2014 African affairs 113 (450): 108-27
  • An Ansoms
  • Julie Van Damme
  • Philippe V. Baret
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Certification and neoliberal governance: moral economies of fair trade in the eastern Caribbean2014 American anthropologist 116 (1): 8-22
  • Mark Moberg
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
Plantain bananas and food changes in the Cameroons: from the village of Komou to the city of Yaoundé2013 Anthropologie et sociétés 37 (2): 155-71
  • Tite Ngoumou Mbarga
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0702-8997in thematic issue 'Glocalisation alimentaire'; English and Spanish summaries
Across the Indian Ocean: the prehistoric movement of plants and animals2011 Antiquity 85 (328): 544-58
  • Dorian Q. Fuller
  • Nicole Boivin
  • Robin Allaby
  • Tom Hoogervorst
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xin special section 'Recent research in Southeast Asia: a tribute to Peter Bellwood'
Urban food provisioning in Cameroon: regional banana plantain in networks linking Younde and the villages of Komou and Oban2010 Research in economic anthropology 30: 187-207
  • Tite Ngoumou
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Economic action in theory and practice: anthropological investigations'
Pre-Austronesian dispersal of banana cultivars west from New Guinea: linguistic relics from estern Indonesia2009 Archaeology in Oceania 44 (1): 18-28
  • Mark Donohue
  • Tim Denham
H6/KX [ARCHEOOLOGY-]0003-8121
Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) and banana (Musa sp.) microfossils in deposits from the Kona field system, island of Hawaii2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (5): 1115-26
  • Mark Horrocks
  • Robert B. Rechtman
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Horticultural experimentation in northern Australia reconsidered2009 Antiquity 83 (321): 634-48
  • Mark Donohue
  • Sara Booth
  • Tim Denham
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
A short note on banana (Musa) phytoliths in Lapita, immediately post-Lapita and modern period archaeological deposits from Vanuatu2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (9): 2048-54
  • M. Horrocks
  • M. Spriggs
  • S. Bedford
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
A rare textile from the Indonesian islands2009 Asian textiles (43): 19-22
  • Anne-Solène Rolland
H6/KGG [OXFORD-]
The banana plant and the moon: conservation and the Malagasy ethos of life in Masoala, Madagascar2008 American ethnologist 35 (4): 650-64
  • Eva Keller
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Pacific bananas: complex origins, multiple dispersals?2008 Asian perspectives 47 (1): 75-94
  • Jean Kennedy
H6/KE [ASIAN-]0066-8435in special issue 'Maritime migration and colonization in Indo-Pacific prehistory'
After bananas: the IMF and the politics of stabilisation and diversification in Dominica2008 Bulletin of Latin American research 27 (3): 317-32
  • Anthony Payne
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050
Traditional Marquesan agriculture and subsistence: cultivation and processing of specific agricultural products. Part II of IV2007 Rapa Nui journal 21 (1): 33-57
  • David J. Addison
*H6/KX [RAPA NUI-]1040-1385
Africa's earliest bananas2006 Archaeology 59 (5): 25-9
  • Peter Robertshaw
*H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]0003-8113
Africa's earliest bananas?2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (1): 102-13
  • B. Julius Lejju
  • David Taylor
  • Peter Robertshaw
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Differentiating banana phytoliths: wild and edible Musa acuminata and Musa balbisiana2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (9): 1228-36
  • E. De Langhe
  • I. van den Hauwe
  • J. Manwaring
  • L. Vrydaghs
  • T. Ball
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Fair trade and eastern Caribbean banana farmers: rhetoric and reality in the anti-globalization movement2005 Human organization 64 (1): 4-15
  • Mark Moberg
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259in thematic section 'Contracts, commerce, and chemicals: issues facing farmers and farmworkers'
The initial history of bananas in Africa. A reply to Vansina, Azania, 20032005 Azania 40: 128-35
  • C. Mbida
  • H. Dautrelepont
  • L. Vrydaghs
  • Ro Swennen
  • Ru Swennen
H6/KY [AZANIA-]0067-270Xsee 'Bananas in Camerooon c. 500 BCE? Not proven' by J Vansina in Azania 2003, (38): 174-6
New evidence and revised interpretations of early agriculture in highland New Guinea2004 Antiquity 78 (302): 839-57
  • Carol Lentfer
  • Simon Haberle
  • Tim Denham
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Bananas in Cameroun c. 500 BCE? Not proven2003 Azania 38: 174-6
  • Jan Vansina
H6/KY 'AZANIA-'0067-270X
Subsistence ecology of the slash and mulch cultivating method: empirical study in the Great Papuan Plateau of Papua New Guinea2002 People and culture in Oceania 18: 45-63
  • Shingo Odani
0911-3533
Differentiation of subsistence farming patterns among the Haya banana growers in northwestern Tanzania2002 African study monographs 23 (4): 147-75
  • Satoshi Maruo
0285-1601
The bamboo raft as a key to [the] introduction of the sweet potato in prehistoric Polynesia2001 Journal of Pacific history 36 (1): 51-76
  • Robert Langdon
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Evidence for banana cultivation and animal husbandry during the first millennium BC in the forest of southern Cameroon2000 Journal of archaeological science 27 (2): 151-62
  • Christophe M. Mbida
  • Hugues Doutrelepont
  • Luc Vrydaghs
  • Wim van Neer
0305-4403
Bananas, are they the quintessential health food ? A global /local perspective1997 Human organization 56 (4): 437-49
  • Susan L. Andreatta
H6/KF [APPLIED-]
The banana as a key to early American and Polynesian history1993 Journal of Pacific history 28 (1): 15-35
  • R Langdon
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]