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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
So you think you can model? A guide to building and evaluating archaeological simulation models of dispersals2015 Human biology 87 (3): 169-92
  • Iza Romanowska
H6/HB [HUMAN-]0018-7143
Identifying Laguna Pueblo pottery, circa 19002007 American Indian art magazine 32 (3): 70-7, 93
  • Dwight P. Lanmon
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Pueblo man-woman potters and the pottery made by the Laguna man-woman, Arroh-a-och2005 American Indian art magazine 31 (1): 72-85
  • Dwight P. Lanmon
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0192-9968
Establishing an inventory of two maritime cultural landscapes - Kursiu Marios and Vistula Lagon2003 Ethnographisch-archäologische Zeitschrift 44 (3): 321-36
  • Maik-Jens Springmann
H6 'ETHNOGRAPHISCH-'0012-7477English summary
The Kaupata motif in Silko's Ceremony: a study of literary homology1999 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 11 (3): 2-21
  • Robert Nelson
0730-3238
Concerning North American Indians (part 2)1998/2002 Acta Universitatis Carolinae - philosophica et historica. Studia ethnlogica 5: 19-27
  • Zdeněk Salzmann
H6/KVL [STUDIA-]0567-8293English summary
Special problems in teaching Leslie Marmon Silko's "Ceremony" [(New York: Viking Penguin Inc, 1977)]1990 American Indian Quarterly 14 (4): 379-86
  • P G Allen
Spotted cattle and deer: spirit guides and symbols of endurance and healing in "Ceremony" [by LM Silko (New York: Viking Penguin Inc, 1977)]1990 American Indian Quarterly 14 (4): 367-77
  • S Blumenthal
The sun's in its heaven, all's "not" right with the world: rejoinder to Swan [E Swan in "Amer Indian Q" 1988 (12:3) 229-49 and "Amer Indian Q" 1988 (12:4) 313-28; with reply by Swan and response by Farrer, see below]1990 American Indian Quarterly 14 (2): 155-9
  • C R Farrer
Answer to Farrer: all is right with the [world] as Laguna notions speak for themselves [reply to CR Farrer, see above; with response by Farrer]1990 American Indian Quarterly 14 (2): 161-71
  • E Swan