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Nationalism at scale in Timor-Leste: between Rai na'in and Rai Timor2019 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 43 (3): 301-15
  • Andrew McWilliam
H6 [OSAKA-]0385-180Xin thematic issue 'Nationalism in Timor-Leste'; Japanese summary
The professionalization of revivalist shamans as ministers of justice in Tyva Republic, Siberia2019 Anthropos (St Augustin) 114 (1): 87-95
  • Konstantinos Zorbas
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
Singing as justice: ateetee, an Arsi Oromo women's sung dispute resolution ritual in Ethiopia2019 Ethnomusicology 63 (2): 247-78
  • Leila Qashu
H6/KFYV [ETHNOMUSICOLOGY-]0014-1836
Ebola and public authority: saving loved ones in Sierra Leone2019 Medical anthropology 38 (5): 440-54
  • Ahmed Vandi
  • Lawrence Sao Babawo
  • Melissa Parker
  • Tim Allen
  • Tommy Matthew Hanson
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0145-9740in special issue 'Virtual spaces'
The dialectic of a descent dogma among the Motu-Koita of Papua New Guinea2019 Sociologus (New Series) 69 (2): 127-45
  • Michael Goddard
H6/KF [ZEITSCHRIFT-]0038-0377
Intergenerational land conflict in northern Uganda: children, customary law and return migration2018 Africa 88 (1): 81-98
  • Sandra F. Joireman
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720in special section 'Landscapes and livelihoods'; French summary
Pashtun Jirgas, their potential in Pak-Afghan reconciliation and national reconstruction2018 South Asia research 38 (1): 57-74
  • Farooq Yousaf
  • Zahid Shahab Ahmed
H6/KWL [SOUTH-]0262-7280
Capital punishment in precolonial Africa: the authenticity challenge2018 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 50 (1): 71-93
  • Andrew Novak
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
The interplay between official and unofficial laws in rotating savings and credit associations (Eqqub) in Tigray, Ethiopia2018 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 50 (1): 94-113
  • Gebrehiwot Hadush Abdera
  • Gebreyesus Abegaz Yimer
  • Gidey Seyoum Halibo
  • Mehreteab Ghebremeskel Gebregergs
  • Wim Decock
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
The gender politics of Confucian family law: contracts, credit, and creole Chinese bilateral kinship in Dutch colonial Java (1850-1900)2018 Comparative studies in society and history 60 (2): 390-414
  • Guo-Quan Seng
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
‘My words were not cared for’: customary law, criminality and the ‘woman question’ in late colonial India2018 Contributions to Indian sociology (New Series) 52 (1): 156-85
  • Kamala Visweswaran
H6/KWL [CONTRIBUTIONS-]0069-9667
Shari'a and 'traditional Tatar Islam': from flexibility to protection2018 Anthropological journal of European cultures 27 (1): 105-8
  • Rozaliia Garipova
*H6/KF [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1755-2923in special section 'Islam and ethnicity in Russia: together or apart?'
The representations of traditional occupational law among the herders and shepherds of the eastern Black Sea region2018 Journal of folklore and literature 1: 93-103
  • Mustafa Aça
English summary
Responding to land-based conflict in Ethiopia: the land rights of ethnic minorities under federalism2018 African affairs 117 (468): 462-84
  • Tom Lavers
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Subsistence hunting in rural communities: incompatibilities and opportunities within Mexican environmental legislation2018 Journal of ethnobiology 38 (3): 356-71
  • Dídac Santos-Fita
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0278-0771
A brief introduction to the Eeyou traditional system of governance of hunting territories (traditional Eeyou Indoh-hoh Istchee governance)2018 Anthropologica (New Series) 60 (1): 1-4, 9 [map]
  • Philip Awashish
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Who shares the land? Algonquian territoriality and land governance'; also in French 5-9
Introduction: from beavers to land: building on past debates to unpack the contemporary entanglements of Algonquian family hunting territories2018 Anthropologica (New Series) 60 (1): 30-44
  • Colin Scott
  • Mélanie Chaplier
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Who shares the land? Algonquian territoriality and land governance'; also in French 45-60
Property as sharing: a reflection on the nature of land ownership among the Cree of the Eeyou Istchee after the "Paix des Braves"2018 Anthropologica (New Series) 60 (1): 61-75
  • Mélanie Chaplier
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Who shares the land? Algonquian territoriality and land governance'; French summary
Family territories, community territories: balancing rights and responsibilities through time2018 Anthropologica (New Series) 60 (1): 90-105
  • Colin Scott
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Who shares the land? Algonquian territoriality and land governance'; French summary
Territorialité et territoires de chasse familiaux chez les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok dans le contexte contemporain2018 Anthropologica (New Series) 60 (1): 106-18
  • Benoit Éthier
  • Sylvie Poirier
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Who shares the land? Algonquian territoriality and land governance'; English summary
Documenting presence2018 Anthropologica (New Series) 60 (1): 133-48
  • Jasmin Habib
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Who shares the land? Algonquian territoriality and land governance'; French summary
Tribalism and family affairs in the Arabian peninsula2018 Hawwa: journal of women of the Middle East and the Islamic world 16 (1-2-3): 26-59
  • Sebastian Maisel
H6/KW [HAWWA-]1569-2078in special issue 'Family in the Arabian peninsula'
Elusive witchcraft, legislation, jurisdiction and practice in Cameroon (1916-1959)2018 Cahiers d'études africaines (231-232): 593-621
  • Franck Beuvier
H6/KY [CAHIERS-]0008-0055in special issue 'Face à la sorcellerie'; English summary
Regulating the environment for blue-green economy in plural legal states: a view from the Pacific2018 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 50 (2): 119-44
  • Sue Farran
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
Between relations and rights: writing constitution in Mayan Guatemala2018 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 50 (2): 167-87
  • Stener Ekern
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
Combating witchcraft in the state courts of Anglophone Cameroon: the insufficiency of criminal law2018 African study monographs 39 (3): 121-40
  • Mikano Emmanuel Kiye
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
An exceptional justice system in the Central African Republic. Legal and anthropological reflections on the criminalization of witchcraft2018 Journal des africanistes 88 (2): 100-25
  • Andrea Ceriana Mayneri
  • Gervais Ngovon
H6/KY [SOCIETE-]0399-0346in monographic issue 'Le forgeron, le juge et l'ethnologue: autour de Bruno Martinelli'; English summary
Traditional landholding certificates in Zambia: preventing or reinforcing commodification and inequality?2018 Journal of southern African studies 44 (4): 613-28
  • Erik Green
  • Milja Norberg
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0305-7070
Transforming land governance and strengthening the state in South Sudan2018 African affairs 117 (467): 286-309
  • Marlie van de Kerkhof
  • Mathijs van Leeuwen
  • Yves van Leynseele
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Responding to land-based conflict in Ethiopia: the land rights of ethnic minorities under federalism2018 African affairs 117 (468): 462-84
  • Tom Lavers
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Human rights and popular culture2018 Anuarul Institutului de Etnografie şi Folclor ‘Constantin Brăiloiu’ (Serie Nouă) 29: 249-59
  • Corina Bistriceanu Pantelimon
H6/KVQ [ANUARUL-]1220-5230English summary
Anthropological biocultural expertise: vulnerabilies and opportunities to tangibilize the intangible2018 Trace 74: 92-113
  • Lizbeth de las Mercedes Rodríguez
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286in thematic section “El patrimonio biocultural: ¿pérdida, fragilidad o reactivación socioambiental?”; English and French summaries
Litigating indigenous peoples’ cultural rights: comparative analysis of Kenya and Uganda2018 African studies 77 (2): 204-22
  • Jérémie Gilbert
  • Kanyinke Sena
H6/KY [BANTU-]0002-0184in special issue 'Cultural rights and constitutional change'
Elders in modern Kenya: ‘dying institutions’ or ‘reinventing themselves’?2018 African studies 77 (2): 240-56
  • Celia Nyamweru
  • Tsawe-Munga Chidongo
H6/KY [BANTU-]0002-0184in special issue 'Cultural rights and constitutional change'
'Mother's blood, father's land': native title and comparative land tenure modelling for claims in 'settled' Australia2017 Oceania 87 (1): 58-77
  • John Morton
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Adat in the office: the creative afterlife of a new order cultural policy2017 The Asia Pacific journal of anthropology 18 (2): 101-118
  • Ian Pollock
H6 [CANBERRA-]1444-2213
Eating money: narratives of equality on customary land in the context of natural resource extraction in the Solomon Islands2017 The Australian journal of anthropology 28 (1): 88-103
  • Michelle Dyer
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811
Farmers and pawns: the role of migrants in agrarian conflict and rural resistance in Sumatra, Indonesia2017 The Asia Pacific journal of anthropology 18 (3): 228-45
  • Stefanie Steinebach
H6 [CANBERRA-]1444-2213
Formalizing or securing local rights to land? Lessons from experience in the Senegal valley2017 Etudes rurales 199: 131-47
  • Patrick d'Acquino
  • Seydou Camara
  • Sidy Mohamed Seck
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182with obituary for Seydou Camara in appendix; English summary
Das Phänomen der Blutrache. Können gewohnheitsrechtliche Praktiken des Kanun als Selbstjustiz bezeichnet werden?2017 Anthropos (St Augustin) 112 (1): 237-43
  • Georg Winterberger
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
The concept of living customary law: a critique2017 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 49 (2): 143-65
  • Anthony C. Diala
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
The constitutionality of section 7(1) of the Recognition of Customary Marriages Act: Ramuhovhi v President of the Republic of South Africa2017 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 49 (2): 166-82
  • Chuma Himonga
  • Fatima Osman
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
Decoding legal pluralism in Africa2017 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 49 (2): 228-49
  • Berihun A. Gebeye
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113
Between the recognition of cultural diversity and regulatory systems among Ñäñho people of the southern state of Queretaro, Mexico: a reflection from the perspective of rule of law against legal plurality2017 Boletín de antropología (Antioquia) 32 (53): 124-41
  • Adriana Terven Salinas
H6/KUL [BOLETIN-]0120-2510in special issue 'Antropología jurídica: reflexiones sobre justicias locales y derechos universales'; English, French, and Portuguese summaries
The Embera-Chami community of Dojura (Chigorodó, Antioquia): legal tensions and vital resistance2017 Boletín de antropología (Antioquia) 32 (53): 142-57
  • Ángela María Araque García
  • Franco Alirio Ceballos Rosero
  • Jhon Jader Fernández Hernández
  • Mirleys Montalvo Mercado
H6/KUL [BOLETIN-]0120-2510in special issue 'Antropología jurídica: reflexiones sobre justicias locales y derechos universales'; English, French, and Portuguese summaries
Land requisition and acquisition in the state of Assam: laws, practices and their implications on land security of tribals2017 Oriental anthropologist 17 (1): 111-24
  • Mukesh Kumar Shrivastava
*H6/KF [ORIENTAL-]0972-558X
Kwaduenya: three hundred years of land tenure in Asante2017 International journal of African historical studies 50 (2): 189-204
  • Tom McCaskie
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
Gender, law, and property rights in the Middle East: towards a gendered perspective of property rights in the Middle East2017 Hawwa: journal of women of the Middle East and the Islamic world 15 (1-2): 1-11
  • Fatiha Talahite
  • Randi Daguilhem
H6/KW [HAWWA-]1569-2078introduction to special issue 'Gender, law, and property rights in the Middle East'
The exclusion of women from property in Jordan2017 Hawwa: journal of women of the Middle East and the Islamic world 15 (1-2): 107-28
  • Myriam Abasa
H6/KW [HAWWA-]1569-2078in special issue 'Gender, law, and property rights in the Middle East'
Lipstick law, or: the three forms of statutory law2017 Journal of legal pluralism and unofficial law 49 (1): 54-66
  • M.J. Hopman
H6/KFNC [JOURNAL-]0732-9113