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Harmony of the seas?: Work, faith, and religious difference among multinational migrant workers on board cargo ships2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (16): 287-305
  • Graeme Smith
  • Helen Sampson
  • Nelson Turgo
  • Sophie Gilliat-Ray
  • Wendy Cadge
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
The U.S. slave ship Ascension in the Río de la Plata: slave routes and circuits of silver in the late eighteenth-century Atlantic and beyond2020 Colonial Latin American review 29 (4): 630-57
  • Alex Borucki
*H6/KUL [COLONIAL-]1466-1802
The unsociability of commercial seafaring: language practice and ideology in maritme technocracy2019 American anthropologist 121 (1): 62-75
  • Sonia Neela Das
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
The warped sea of sailing: maritime topographies of space and time for the Bronze Age eastern Mediterranean2019 Journal of archaeological science 103: 1-15
  • Crystal Safadi
  • Fraser Sturt
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
African voices from the Congo coast: languages and the politics of identification in the slave ship Jovem Maria (1850)2019 Journal of African history 60 (2): 167-89
  • Marcos Abreu Leitão de Almeida
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]0021-8537
Precarity, by comparison: the uncertain transnationalization of labor politics between Korea and the Philippines2019 Dialectical anthropology 43 (1): 45-60
  • Elisabeth Schober
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092in thematic issue 'Labour politics in an age of precarity'
Eyes towards the horizon: structure-from-motion photogrammetry enhances understanding of ship petroglyphs from Rapa Nui (Easter Island)2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (3): 337-52
  • Annette Kühlem
  • Christian Hartl-Reiter
  • Neka Atan Hey
  • Singa Pakarati
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
'Viscous objects'2019 Techniques et culture (72): 126-9
  • Donny Persaud
  • Josh Lepawsky
  • Max Liboiron
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016in thematic issue 'En cas de panne'
The abandoned seafarer: networks of care and capture in the global shipping economy2019 History and anthropology 30 (5): 497-502
  • Jatin Dua
H6 [HISTORY-]1477-2612in special issue 'On captivity: a forum'
Cargo of art and pictorial materials in the galeons of the Firm Land of 1586. Shipments from Seville to the cities of Bogotá, Tunja, Cuzco and Lima2019 Anales. Museo de América (Madrid) (27): 95-130
  • Juan Carlos Bermeo Lema
H6/KUL [MUSEO DE AMERICA. Anales]1133-8741English summary
Find of the (last) decade! The first ships discovered on vertical surfaces on Bornholm2019 Adoranten : 45-53
  • Gerhard Milstreu
  • James Dodd
Moving ships. A case study from southwest Norway2019 Adoranten : 113-20
  • Gitte Kjeldsen
Viking age tar production and outland exploitation2018 Antiquity 92 (365): 1349-61
  • Andreas Hennius
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Medieval Norse naval architecture in a poem of malediction2018 Journal of Indo-European studies 46 (3-4): 291-301
  • William Sayers
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Finnish ships in Russian America2018 Sibirica: journal of Siberian studies 17 (2): 1-12
  • Andreń≠ V. Grinëv
H6/KW [SIBIRICA-]1361-7362
Murujunga at the crossroads: considering the evidence of nineteenth-century contact, Dampier Archipelago, northwest Australia2018 Australian archaeology 84 (3): 248-62
  • Ken Mulvaney
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in special issue 'Contact rock art'
Free ports and steel containers: the corpora delicti of artefact trafficking2018 History and anthropology 29 (1): 15-20
  • Fiona Greenland
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206in special section 'On containers'
Between the public and the state: the shipping lobby's strategies against US immigration restrictions 1882-19172017 International migration review 51 (2): 323-74
  • Torsten Feys
'The most atypical experience of my life': the experience of popular music festivals on cruise ships2017 Tourist studies 17 (3): 245-62
  • David Cashman
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
Melanesian and music on the move: South Sea island shipboard and plantation performance in Queensland, 1860-19062017 Journal of Pacific history 52 (4): 427-58
  • Camellia Webb-Gannon
  • Michael Webb
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Sailing is needed, living is also needed: first ideas on time organization and perception of Brazilian seamen at Antarctica2017 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 60 (3): 284-307
  • Sarah de Barros Viana Hissa
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701English summary
Viability of inland waterways in a globalized world: with reference to Indo-Bangla connectivity2017 Oriental anthropologist 17 (2): 289-302
  • Nikhil Roy
  • Suraj Prasad
*H6/KF [ORIENTAL-]0972-558X
Preliminary report on the archaeological excavation of the New Deptford Shipbuilding Yard (O05/317), Horeke, New Zealand2016 Archaeology in New Zealand 59 (2): 24-38
  • Matthew Carter
H6/KE [NEW-]0113-7832
The hunt and the otherworld: a Breton reading of the Massleberg Stora Skee rock art panel (Bohuslän, southern Sweden)2016 Numen 63 (4): 383-410
  • Matthias Egeler
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973
'All hands on deck': the 'sailing' landships as unique cultural icons of Barbados2016 International journal of intangible heritage 11: 104-14
  • Allison O. Ramsay
Constructing a 'democratic' dreamworld: carnival cruise ships and an aesthetic of optimism2016 Journal of consumer culture 16 (1): 3-21
  • Stephanie Kolberg
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405
Inns, mules, and hardtack for the voyage: the local economy of the Manila galleon in Mexico2016 Colonial Latin American review 25 (1): 56-76
  • Tatiana Seijas
*H6/KUL [COLONIAL-]1060-9164in special issue 'Transpacific: beyond silk and silver'
Re-evaluating the timing of Indonesian trepang industry in north-west Arnhem Land: chronological investigations at Malara (Anuru Bay A)2016 Archaeology in Oceania 51 (3): 169-95
  • Daryl Wesley
  • Jack N. Fenner
  • Sue O'Connor
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121
The shipwreck of Bom Jesus, AD 1533: fugger copper in Namibia2016 Journal of African archaeology 14 (2): 181-207
  • Andreas Hauptmann
  • Christoph Bartels
  • Gabi Schneider
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1612-1651French summary
A museum cruise in foul waters: an empirical analysis of the debate triggered by the proposal to move the Norwegian Viking ships from Bygdøy to Bjórvika2016 Museum anthropology review 10 (1): 1-25
  • Joar Skrede
Which Spaniard was here? Considerations of the fifteenth-century Spanish presence on Choctawhatchee Bay, northwest Florida2015 Florida anthropologist 68 (1-2): 3-18
  • Gregory Y. Mikell
  • Steve Harris
H6/KUB [FLORIDA-]0015-3893
The problem of classification of vessels of the Russian-American Company in Russian historiography2015 Sibirica: journal of Siberian studies 14 (2): 45-65
  • Andrei V. Ginëv
H6/KW [SIBIRICA-]1361-7362
Fever city: dengue in colonial Hong Kong2015 Journal of the Hong Kong branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 55: 7-31
  • Maurits Bastiaan Meerwijk
Graffiti in the Hellenistic santuary of Aphrodite at Nymphaion in Crimea: ships, men, and animals2015 Eurasia antiqua: Zeitschrift für Archäologie Eurasiens 21: 75-150
  • Olaf Höckmann
H6/KE [EURASIA-]0949-0434Russian summary
For labour: Ajeet's accident and the ethics of technological fixes2014 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 20: 71-88
  • Laura Bear
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987in special issue 'Doubt, conflict, mediation: the anthropology of modern time'; French summary
Geographical imagination and sociality of sailors of the The Black Sea merchant fleet during the Cold War2014 Focaal (70): 12-25
  • Caroline Humphrey
H6/KF [FOCAAL-]0920-1297in thematic section 'Black Sea currents'
Civil society in the Ottoman modern period as seen in "maritime personnel records"2014 Memoirs of the Research Department of the Toyo Bunko (72): 125-60
  • Kaori Komatsu
H6/KWV [TOKYO-]0082-562X
The indentured coolie trade from Macao2014 Journal of the Hong Kong branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 54: 157-79
  • John Asome
The world from Malarrak: depictions of South-East Asian and European subjects in rock art from the Wellington Range, Australia2013 Australian Aboriginal studies (1): 45-56
  • Alistair Paterson
  • Meg Travers
  • Paul S.C. Taçon
  • Sally K. May
H6/KX [AUSTRALIAN-]0729-4352
The paintings of Ana Kai Tangata cave, Easter Island2013 Rapa Nui journal 27 (2): 11-32
  • Georgia Lee
  • Paul Horley
*H6/KX [RAPA NUI-]1040-1385Spanish summary
Tonnages and displacements in the 16th century2013 Journal of archaeological science 40 (2): 1136-43
  • Filipe Castro
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Bronzes, farms and rock art: the agrarian expansion of north Norway2013 Adoranten : 25-56
  • Flemming Kaul
  • Preben Rønne
The Komagata Maru in history and literary narrative: cultural memory, representation and social justice2012 South Asian popular culture 10 (2): 151-65
  • Rajender Kaur
H6/kw [south-]1474-6689
Tetraethylene glycol thermooxidation and the influence of certain compounds relevant to conserved archaeological wood2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (11): 3341-8
  • Helge Egsgaard
  • Jens Glastrup
  • Martin Nordvig Mortensen
  • Søren Hvilsted
  • Yvonne Shashoua
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
'Ornamental' horns on Phoenician warships2012 Levant 44 (2): 238-52
  • Mark Woolmer
H6/KE [LEVANT-]0075-8914
Keeper of marine heritage: museum of the world ocean in Kaliningrad2012 Kul'tura i vremia 2: 152-61
  • E.G. Riabkova
Engine drivers or engineers: ships' engineers in the Spanish merchant navy (1843-1893)2011 Journal of Mediterranean studies 19 (2): 249-70
  • Enric Garcia Domingo
H6 [JOURNAL-]1016-3476in special issue 'From West to East'
From the septinsular republic to the 'White Sea'. Ionian shipping in the port of Smyrna (1800-1807)2011 Journal of Mediterranean studies 19 (2): 335-50
  • Gerassimos D. Pagratis
H6 [JOURNAL-]1016-3476in special issue 'From West to East'
'Gateways between land and sea': the development of Portuguese seaports in the early twentieth century2011 Journal of Mediterranean studies 19 (2): 351-70
  • Ana Prata
H6 [JOURNAL-]1016-3476in special issue 'From West to East'
The fish as a mythological prototype of the boat2011 Studia mythologica slavica 14: 291-303
  • Dainius Razauskas
H6/KVP [STUDIA-]1408-6271in special section 'Research methods and interpretations of folk traditions'; English summary