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The University of Merida and the strengthening of the secular clergy in Yucatan, 17th-18th centuries2021 Estudios de historia novohispana (64): 121-59
  • Rafael Patrón Sarti
  • Rodolfo Aguirre Salvador
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]2448-6922English summary
A “leaky” pipeline and chilly climate in archaeology in Canada2021 American antiquity 86 (2): 261-82
  • Catherine L. Jalbert
  • Lisa Overholzer
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Anthropology at the University of the South Pacific: from past dynamics to present perceptions2021 The Australian journal of anthropology 32 (1): 33-53
  • Kim Andreas Kessler
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1757-6547
Cameras of merit or engines of inequality? College ranking systems and the enrollment of disadvantaged students2021 American journal of sociology 126 (6): 1307-46
  • James Chu
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
Indigenization, institutions, and imperatives: perspectives on reconciliation from the CSA decolonization sub-committee2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (1): 105-17
  • Jeff Denis
  • Rima Wilkes
  • Rochelle Côté
  • Vanessa Watts
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
How is the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the everyday life of university communities in northeast Brazil?2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 43-64
  • Alessa Cristina Pereira de Souza
  • Anne Gabriele Lima Sousa de Carvalho
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Spanish summaries
Reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 89-91
  • Jean M. O'Brien
  • K. Tsianina Lomawaima
  • Kelly Mcdonough
  • Robert Warrior
2332-1261introduction to special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Morrill issues and academic liberalism2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 92-6
  • David R. Roediger
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
The wealth of knowledge: Land-Grab universities in a British imperial and global context2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 97-105
  • Caitlin P. A. Harvey
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
“Drawing a line from their institution”: one origin story of indigenous GIS design2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 106-11
  • Mark Palmer
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
“Unrefutable responsibility”: mapping the seeds of settler futurity and seeding the maps of indigenous futurity2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 112-22
  • Marcel Brusseau
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Stolen lands and stolen opportunities2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 123-8
  • Randall Akee
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Repaying a debt? The performance of Morrill Act university beneficiaries as measured by Native enrollment and graduation rates2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 129-38
  • Donna Feir
  • Maggie E. C. Jones
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Myths, erasure, and violence: the immoral triad of the Morrill Act2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 139-44
  • Amanda R. Tachine
  • Bryan McKinley
  • Jones Brayboy
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
“We grow the ivy”: Cornell's claim to indigenous dispossession2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 145-50
  • Angela A. Gonzales
  • Judy Kertész
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Campuses, colonialism, and land grabs before Morrill2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 151-6
  • Alyssa Mt. Pleasant
  • Stephen Kantrowitz
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Reckoning with the original sin of land-grant universities: remaining land-grant fierce while insisting on contrition and repentance2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 157-61
  • Stephen M. Gavazzi
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
The future is in the past: how land-grab universities can shape the future of higher education2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8: 162-8
  • Theresa Stewart-Ambo
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
The future of land-grab universities2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 169-75
  • Jennifer Giuliano
  • Meredith McCoy
  • Roopika Risam
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Looking forward from land-grab universities2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 176-82
  • Robert Lee
  • Tristan Ahtone
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Parents, partners, and professions: reproduction and mobility in a cohort of college women2021 American journal of sociology 127 (1): 102-51
  • Elizabeth A. Armstrong
  • Laura T. Hamilton
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
In the absence of Rhodes: decolonizing South African universities2021 Ethnic and racial studies 44 (3): 396-414
  • Vibe Nielsen
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Transformative identities: journeys through the neoliberal university in search of justice2020 Practicing anthropology 42 (1): 52-5
  • Jennifer Randall
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Divergent paths in applied anthropology careers'
Cameras, campuses and the future of politics in an era of imaging technologies2020 Contributions to Indian sociology (New Series) 54 (1): 1-26
  • G. Arunima
H6/KWL [CONTRIBUTIONS-]0069-9667
#RhodesMustFall: how a decolonial student movement in the Global South inspired epistemic disobedience at the University of Oxford2020 African studies review 63 (2): 281-303
  • K. Kayum Ahmed
*H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0002-0206French and Portuguese summaries
Urespa (‘growing together’): the remaking of Ainu-Wajin relations in Japan through an innovative social venture2020 Asian anthropology 19 (1): 53-71
  • Kanako Uzawa
H6/KW [ASIAN-]1683-478X
Sustainable consumption graduate course: a project-based approach to learning2020 Food Culture and Society 23 (1): 86-92
  • Miriam Seidel
H6/KF [FOOD-]1751-7443
Indigenous students: resilient and empowered in the midst of racism and lateral violence2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (2): 1032-51
  • Kerry A. Bailey
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Imagining future agricultural landscapes in a new Sudan: entitled expertise, cultural intransience and fine warm rain in the English wilds2020 History and anthropology 31 (3): 293-313
  • Johanna Zetterstrom-Sharp
H6 [HISTORY-]1477-2612
'Under the thumb of the party': the limits of Tanzania socialism and the decline of the student left2020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (4): 635-54
  • Luke Melchiorre
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1465-3893
Power and resistance: struggles over organisational transformation and restructuring of the University of Lesotho in the 21st century2020 Journal of southern African studies 46 (4): 655-72
  • Heidi Hudson
  • Munyaradzi Mushonga
H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1465-3893
Intellectualizing whiteness as a response to campus racism: some concerns2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (9): 1636-53
  • Casey Burkholder
  • Roger Saul
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]1466-4356
Antiā€Black racism on the sidelines: the limits of “listening sessions” to address institutional racism at Canadian universities2020 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 57 (3): 491-4
  • Erica S. Lawson
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in special section 'Committing sociology symposium'
Gender equity considerations for tenure and promotion during COVID-192020 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 57 (3): 502-15
  • Merin Oleschuk
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171in special section 'Committing sociology symposium'
Timorese students in network: social ties and emotional comfort facing the loneliness of the migratory experience in Brazil and Portugal2020 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 24 (3): 577-601
  • Silvia Garcia Nogueira
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]0873-6561English summary
Does diversity include me? Colourblindness and racial triangulation among Asian Americans on two college campuses2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (12): 2217-35
  • Esther Chan
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]2099-2119
“A new animal”: student activism and the Kenyan state in an era of multiparty politics, 1991–20002020 Journal of Eastern African studies 14 (4): 780-801
  • Luke Melchiorre
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055in thematic section 'Youth, the Kenyan state and a politics of contestation'
University educational integration in Central America (1948-1975)2020 Trace (77): 39-58
  • Carlos Sancho Domingo
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286in thematic section 'América Central (siglos XIX-XXI): porosidad de las fronteras y circulaciones internas'; English and French summaries
What is democracy and who supports it? Findings from a university survey in Kazakhstan2020 Central Asian survey 39 (4): 463-79
  • Alma Kudebayeva
  • Christopher B. Primiano
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937
Area studies and the disciplines: Japanese studies and anthropology in comparative perspective2020 Contemporary Japan 32 (2): 240-61
  • Eyal Ben-Ari
H6/KWV [JAPANSTUDIEN-]1869-2729
Cautionary stories of university indigenization: institutional dynamics, accountability struggles, and resilient settler colonial power2020 American Indian culture and research journal 44 (1): 73-95
  • Eric Steinmann
  • Scott Scoggins
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
How do parents’ educational fields affect the choice of educational field?2019 British journal of sociology 70 (2): 481-501
  • Håvard Helland
  • Øyvind N. Wiborg
H6/KF [BRITISH-]0007-1315in thematic section 'Education, social life and mobility'
The social network of US academic anthropology and its inequalities2019 American anthropologist 121 (1): 14-29
  • Daniel Ginsberg
  • Jessica L. Clark
  • José A. Clavijo Michelangeli
  • McCarty Christopher
  • Nicholas C. Kawa
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
African arts at the Princeton University Art Museum2019 African arts 52 (1): 72-89
  • Kristen Windmuller-Luna
H6/KFY [AFRICAN-]0001-9933
California Indian Nations College2019 News from native California 32 (3): 21-3
  • Clifford E. Trafzer
*H6/KUB [NEWS-]1040-5437
Creating an archive for Rotuma: a personal account2019 The contemporary Pacific 31 (1): 142-59
  • Alan Howard
*H6/KX [CONTEMPORARY-]1043-898X
Bibliography of human skeletal remains curated by Florida Atlantic University: rediscoveed osteological materials and an updated accounting of research2019 Florida anthropologist 71 (2): 77-92
  • Peter J. Ferdinando
H6/KUB [FLORIDA-]0015-3893
Blue-light emergency phones on campus: media infrastructures of feeling2019 International journal of cultural studies 22 (4): 499-518
  • Elizabeth Ellcessor
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779
From university student to "sound student": the sonic awakening in anthropology2019 Anthropologie et sociétés 43 (1): 49-69
  • Alexandrine Boudreault-Fournier
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0702-8997in special issue 'Sound fields'; English and Spanish summaries
Teaching, supervising, and supporting PhD students: identifying issues, addressing challenges, sharing strategies2019 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 56 (2): 274-91
  • Aaron Doyle
  • Alexis Shotwell
  • Janet Siltanen
  • Xiaobei Chen
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary