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Flora y cultura en una fosa tectónica2019 Arqueología mexicana 26 (155): 40-8
  • Alejandro de Ávila Blomberg
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in thematic issue 'Tehuacán-Cuicatlán, patrimonio de la humanidad'
The Aberdeen Celt: an early twentieth-century Olmec find2019 Antiquity 93 (368): 488-501
  • Karl Taube
  • Norman Hammond
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Mortuary practices, cultural context, Bayesian chronology, and maize consumption among terminal late Woodland societies in northeastern Illinois2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (2): 149-80
  • Kjersti E. Emerson
  • Kristin M. Hedman
  • Matthew A. Fort
  • Thomas E. Emerson
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
An optimal irrigation model: theory, experimental results, and implications for future research2019 American antiquity 84 (2): 252-73
  • Duncan Metcalfe
  • Ellyse T. Simons
  • Shannon A. Boomgarden
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Experimenting with domestication: understanding macro- and micro-phenotypes and developmental plasticity in teosinte in its ancestral pleistocene and early holocene environments2019 Journal of archaeological science 108: 1-12
  • Dolores R. Piperno
  • Enrique J. Moreno
  • Irene Holst
  • Klaus Winter
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Prehistoric Chaco Canyon, New Mexico: residential population implications of limited agricultural and mammal productivity2019 Journal of archaeological science 108: 1-15
  • Deanna N. Grimstead
  • Larry V. Benson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
'The heart of the country': the primacy of peasant and maize in modern Guatemala2019 Journal of Latin American studies 51 (2): 273-306
  • David Carey Jr.
*H6/KUL [JOURNAL-]0022-216XSpanish and Portuguese summaries
Prehistoric Chaco Canyon, New Mexico: importation of meat and maize2019 Journal of archaeological science 111: 1-10
  • David A. Roth
  • Deanna N. Grimstead
  • John R. Stein
  • Larrry V. Benson
  • Terry I. Plowman
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Evaluating vegetable processing and the elaboration of fermented beverages in an El Vergel context in Mocha Island (AD 1000-1300)2018 Chungará 50 (1): 107-20
  • Carolina Godoy-Aguirre
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182English summary
Earliest microbotanical evidence for maize in the northern Lake Michigan basin2018 American antiquity 83 (2): 345-55
  • Caitlin A. Clark
  • Rebecca K. Albert
  • Susan M. Kooiman
  • William A. Lovis
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Western Basketmakers: social networking among Uto-Aztecan foragers and migrant farmers on the Colorado Plateau2018 Kiva 84 (2): 203-36
  • David L. Shaul
  • Lynda D. McNeil
*H6/KE [KIVA-]0023-1940Spanish summary
Bone tool and tuber processing: a multi-proxy approach at Boyo Paso 2, Argentina2018 Antiquity 92 (364): 1040-55
  • Laura López
  • Matiás Medina
  • Natacha Buc
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
La temprana alimentación olmeca2018 Arqueología mexicana 25 (150): 26-31
  • Judith Zurita Noguera
  • Luis Fernando Hernández Lara
  • María Arnaud Salas
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in special section 'Los Olmecas de San Lorenzo, Veracruz'
No siempre fueron así II2018 Arqueología mexicana 25 (149): 18-19
  • Elisa Ramírez
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in thematic issue 'Desastres en México: una perspectiva histórica. Sequías, inundaciones, hambrunas y tembores en las épocas prehispánicas y colonial'
El motín del 8 de Junio de 1692: entre metereología, granos y política2018 Arqueología mexicana 25 (149): 58-63
  • Thomas Calvo
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in thematic issue 'Desastres en México: una perspectiva histórica. Sequías, inundaciones, hambrunas y tembores en las épocas prehispánicas y colonial'
Isotopic study of marine and terrestrial resources in the prehistory of the Atacama Desert2018 Chungará 50 (3): 369-96
  • Andrew R. Millard
  • Bernardo T. Arriaza
  • Charlotte L. King
  • Darren R. Gröcke
  • Iván Muñoz
  • Siân E. Halcrow
  • Vivien G. Standen
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182English summary
Las grutas de Juxtlahuaca y la historia pintada de una deidad del maíz olmeca2018 Arqueología mexicana 26 (153): 18-23
  • Martha Cabrera Guerrero
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218
The South American agricultural frontier: the first direct evidence for maize consumption in San Luis, Argentina2018 Antiquity 92 (365): 1260-73
  • Guillermo Heider
  • Laura López
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Cultivos mesoamericanos2018 Arqueología mexicana (84): 40-89
  • Editors
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in special monographic issue 'Cultivos mesoamericanos'
Diversity-disturbance relationships in the late Archaic Southwest: implications for farmer-forager foodways2018 American antiquity 83 (2): 281-301
  • Alan Farahani
  • R.J. Sinensky
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Earliest microbotanical evidence for maize in the nothern Lake Michigan basin2018 American antiquity 83 (2): 345-55
  • Caitlin A. Clark
  • Rebecca K. Albert
  • Susan M. Kooiman
  • William A. Lovis
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Preserving Mexican maize: biocultural diversity and its ambiguities2018 Etudes rurales 202: 119-38
  • Jean Foyer
  • Nicolas Ellison
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182in thematic issue 'Les semences: approche multidimensionnelle de la biodiversité cultivée'; English summary
'Pan no es comida'. Maize and wheat in the Tepehua-speaking community of Huehuetla, Hidalgo (Mexico)2018 Paideuma 64: 183-201
  • Anja Bohnenbergeer
H6 [PAIDEUMA-]0078-7809in thematic section 'Cereal belonging'
Reevaluating the evidence for middle woodland and maize from the Holding site2017 American antiquity 82 (1): 140-50
  • Mary L. Simon
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The daily life strategies of small-scale farmers after a prolonged war: the long-term influence of humanitarian assistance2017 African study monographs supplementary issue (53): 103-16
  • Rumiko Murao
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0286-9667in thematic issue 'Localization of humanitarian assistance frameworks for East African pastoralists'
Botanical remains from the Baumer component at Kincaid mounds2017 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 42 (2): 113-36
  • Brian M. Butler
  • Katrhyn E. Parker
H6/KE [MIDCONTINENTAL-]0146-1109
Our young mother corn field: an image of ephemeral totality in a Wixárika ritual2017 Journal de la Société des Américanistes 103 (1): 151-78
  • Regina Lira Larios
H6/KUB [SOCIETE-]0037-9174English and French summaries
Maize and pits: late prehistoric occupations of the Hurley site in the Esopus Creek valley, Ulster County, New York2017 Archaeology of eastern North America 45: 133-60
  • Hetty Jo Brumbach
  • John P. Hart
  • Lisa M. Anderson
  • Susan Winchell-Sweeney
*H6/KE [ARCHEOLOGY-]0360-1021
A maize experiment in a traditional Zuni agroecosystem2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (2): 172-95
  • Deborah A. Muenchrath
  • Jay B. Norton
  • Jeffrey A. Homburg
  • Jonathan A. Sandor
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Empirical and model-based agricultural studies in archaeology'
Let them plant their own: implications of interactive crop-loss processes during drought in Hopi maize fields2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (2): 241-59
  • Steven Sundjordet
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Empirical and model-based agricultural studies in archaeology'
Comparing maize paleoproduction models with experimental data2017 Journal of ethnobiology 37 (2): 282-307
  • Mark D. Varien
  • R. Kyle Bocinsky
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771in special section 'Empirical and model-based agricultural studies in archaeology'
A feminist critique of Chacoan archaeology: comment on Heitman's (2016) feminist science and Chacoan archaeology2017 American antiquity 82 (3): 609-10
  • John Ware
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see '"A mother for all people": feminist science and Chacoan archaeology' by C C Heitman in Amer Antiq, 2016 (81): 471-89, with reply by author in this issue 611-12; Spanish summary
Feminist science and Chacoan archaeology: reply to Ware2017 American antiquity 82 (3): 611-12
  • Carrie C. Heitman
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see this issue, 609-10; Spanish summary
Uto-Aztecan maize agriculture: a linguistic puzzle from Southern California2017 Anthropological linguistics 59 (1): 1-23
  • Jane H. Hill
  • William L. Merrill
H6/KK [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]0003-5483
Honey or blood? New questions on the preparation of Nahua deities' effigies made of tzoalli2017 Estudios de cultura náhuatl 53: 73-118
  • Elena Mazzetto
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0071-1675English summary
Los tamales en México: panorama visual2017 Arqueología mexicana (76): 7-90
  • Editors
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218monographic issue
Product of the art market? The representation of silver corncobs at the Ethnologisches Museum in Berlin2017 Bulletin de l’Institut Français d’Etudes andines 46 (1): 291-305
  • Elena Gómez-Sánchez
  • Hermann Born
  • Ina Reiche
  • Kai Engelhart
  • Manuela Fischer
  • Regine-Ricarda Pausewein
  • Stefan Röhrs
H6/KUL [INSTITUT-]0303-7495in special issue 'La orfebrería en los Andes en la época inca (siglos XV - XVI)'; Spanish and French summaries
The Calusa and prehistoric subsistence in central and south gulf coast, Florida2016 Journal of anthropological archaeology 41: 55-73
  • Dale L. Hutchinson
  • Karen J. Walker
  • Lynette Norr
  • Theresa Schober
  • William H. Marquardt
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Early prehistoric maize in northern highland Ecuador2016 Latin American antiquity 27 (1): 3-21
  • Dean W. Blinn
  • Deborah M. Pearsall
  • J. Stephen Athens
  • Jerome V. Ward
  • Karol Chandler-Ezell
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
The civil cooking pot: hominy and the Mississippian standard jar in the Black Warrior valley, Alabama2016 American antiquity 81 (2): 316-32
  • Rachel V. Briggs
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The short, unhappy use lives of early agricultural period "food storage" pits at the Las Capas site, southern Arizona2016 American antiquity 81 (2): 333-44
  • Michael W. Diehl
  • Owen K. Davis
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Going back to their roots: Comanche trade and diet revisited2016 Ethnohistory 63 (2): 237-71
  • Peter Mitchell
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
"A mother for all the people": feminist science and Chacoan archaeology2016 American antiquity 81 (3): 471-89
  • Carrie C. Heitman
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Maize, fish, and deer: investigating dietary staples among ancestral Huron-Wendat villages, as documented from tooth samples2016 American antiquity 81 (3): 515-32
  • Judith C. Sealy
  • Louis Lesage
  • Ronald F. Williamson
  • Susan Pfeiffer
  • Suzanne Needs-Howarth
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Isotopic study of geographic origins and diet of enslaved Africans buried in two Brazilian cemeteries2016 Journal of archaeological science 70: 82-90
  • Claudia Rodrigues-Carvalho
  • Maurilo Q.R. Bastos
  • Ricardo V. Santos
  • Robert H. Tykot
  • Sheila M.F.M. de Souza
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Precolonial agricultural terracing in Bokoni, South Africa: typology and an exploratory excavation2016 Journal of African archaeology 14 (1): 33-53
  • Anna Plikk
  • Jan Risberg
  • Maria H. Schoeman
  • Mats Widgren
  • Tim Maggs
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1612-1651French summary
Water, maize, salt, and canoes: an iconography of economics at late preclassic Izapa, Chiapas, Mexico2016 Latin American antiquity 27 (3): 340-56
  • Julia Guernsey
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
The places of darkness: Nahuatl epistemology of life and everyday techniques2016 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 59 (1): 33-72
  • Marie -Noëlle Chamoux
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701in special section 'Ritual action, myth, figuration: intertwining vital and technical processes in Mesoamerica and in lowland South America'; English summary
Casting maize seeds in an Ayöök community: an approach to the study of divination in Mesoamerica2016 Ancient Mesoamerica 27 (2): 461-78
  • Araceli Rojas
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Socio-economic and institutional factors influencing adoption of improved maize varieties in Hai District Tanzania2016 Journal of human ecology 53 (1): 49-56
  • Frank E. Mmbando
  • Lloyd J.S. Baiyegunhi
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274