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The origins of the Kula ring: archaeological and maritime perspectives from the southern Massim and Mailu areas of Papua New Guinea2019 Archaeology in Oceania 54 (1): 1-16
  • Andrew Mcalister
  • Ben Shaw
  • Geoffrey Irwin
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121French summary
Investigating the development of prehistoric cultural practices in the Massim region of eastern Papua New Guinea: insights from the manufacture and use of shell objects in the Louisiade Archipelago2017 Journal of anthropological archaeology 48: 149-65
  • Ben Shaw
  • Michelle C. Langley
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
'We die for kula' - An object-centred view of motivations and strategies in gift exchange2017 Journal of the Polynesian Society 126 (2): 181-208
  • Susanne Kuehling
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Deep historical ecology: the Kula ring as a representative moral system for the Indo-Pacific2017 World archaeology 48 (4): 544-62
  • Frederick H. Damon
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Archaeology and environmental ethics'
The late prehistoric introduction of pottery to Rossel Island, Louisiade Archipelago, Papua New Guinea: insights into local social organisation and regional exchange in the Massim2016 Archaeology in Oceania 51: 61-72
  • Ben Shaw
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in 'Renewing the past: Sue Bulmer's contribution to the archaeology of Papua New Guinea', Supplement 1; French summary
Changes in the kula variables and related supply linkages between the Massim and the south Papuan coast between 1855 and 19152016 Archaeology in Oceania 51: 50-60
  • Pamela Swadling
  • Polly Bence
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in 'Renewing the past: Sue Bulmer's contribution to the archaeology of Papua New Guinea', Supplement 1; French summary
They spear, hit again, bite, get engaged and sometimes marry: revisiting the gendering of kula shells2012 Anthropologica (New Series) 54 (2): 319-32
  • Susanne Kuehling
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459French summary
Engraved prehistoric conus shell valuables from southeastern Papua New Guinea: their antiquity, motifs and distribution2012 Archaeology in Oceania 47 (3): 113-32
  • Beran, Harry
  • Elizabeth Bonshek
  • Fiona Petchey
  • Pamela Swadling
  • Wal Ambrose
H6/KX [ARCHEOOLOGY-]0003-8121
Sailing around the Trobriand Islands in search of the 'supreme gift'2009 Journal des anthropologues (116-117): 413-28
  • Gérard Pommier
H6/KF [ASSOCIATION-]1156-0428in special issue 'Anthropologie, psychanalyse & état'; English summary
Commodities, brands, love and kula: comparative notes on value creation2008 Anthropological theory 8 (1): 9-25
  • Robert J. Foster
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1463-4996in special issue 'Values of value'
What makes the Kula go round? A simulation model of the spontaneous emergence of a ceremonial exchange system2008 Social networks 30 (2): 107-26
  • Rolf Ziegler
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0378-8733
Prehistoric stone monuments in the northern region of th Kula ring2006 Antiquity 80 (307): 38-51
  • Simon H. Bickler
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Art and artistic training in Boyowa Island, Trobriand Archipelago, Papua New Guinea2006 Pacific arts 1: 12-26
  • Geoffrey Mosuwadoga
  • Harry Beran
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252
Kula valuables: the problem of value and the production of names2002 L'Homme 162: 107-36
  • Frederick H. Damon
H6 [HOMME-]0439-4216in thematic section 'Questions de monnaie'; English summary
Food to stone: investigations at the Suloga adze manufacturing sites, Woodlark Island, Papua New Guinea2001 Journal of the Polynesian Society 111 (1): 11-43
  • Marianne Turner
  • Simon H. Bickler
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
From regional relations to ethnic groups? On the transformation of value relations to property claims in the Kula ring of Papua New Guinea2000 The Asia Pacific journal of anthropology 1 (2): 49-72
  • Frederick H. Damon
H6 [CANBERRA-]1444-2213
Selective antropomorphization: trees in the northeast Kula ring1998 Social analysis 42 (3): 67-99
  • Frederick H. Damon
Representation and experience in kula and western exchange spheres (or, Billy)1993 Research in economic anthropology 14: 235-54
  • F H Damon
Ritual as intellectual property1992 Man 27 (2): 225-44
  • SimonJ Harrison
French summary