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Re-membering Cherokee justice in Ruth Muskrat Bronson's "The Serpent"2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (1): 36-58
  • Alexander Cavanaugh
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Archaeology, historical ruptures, and Ani-Kitu Hwagi memory and knowledge2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 243-68
  • Johi D. Griffin
  • Kathryn Sampeck
  • Russell Townsend
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
Red Bird and Sequoyah: a reply to Simek et al.2020 American antiquity 85 (2): 383-7
  • Kenneth Barnett Tankersley
  • William Rex Weeks Jr.
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316reply to 'The Redbird River Shelter (15CY52) revisited: the archaeology of the Cherokee syllabary and of Sequoyah in Kentucky' by J F Simet et al. Amer Antiq 2019 (84): 1-15, with reply by authors in this issue, 388-91; Spanish summary
There is no Cherokee syllabary at Red Bird River Shelter (15CY52): reply to Tankersley and Weeks2020 American antiquity 85 (2): 388-91
  • Alan Cressler
  • Beau Duke Carrol
  • Jan F. Simek
  • Julie Reed
  • Mary White
  • Tom Belt
  • Wayna Adams
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see this issue, 383-7; Spanish summary
Economic sovereignty in volatile times: Eastern Band Cherokee Indians' strategies for supporting economic stability2019 Research in economic anthropology 38: 175-98
  • Courtney Lewis
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Individual and social adaptations to human vulnerability'
Talking stones: Cherokee syllabary in Maintou Cave, Alabama2019 Antiquity 93 (368): 519-36
  • Alan Cressler
  • Beau Duke Carroll
  • Jan F. Simek
  • Julie Reed
  • Tom Belt
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The Red Bird river shelter (15CY52) revisited: the archaeology of the Cherokee syllabary and of Sequoya in Kentucky2019 American antiquity 84 (2): 302-16
  • Alan Cressler
  • Beau Duke Carroll
  • Jan F. Simek
  • Julie Reed
  • Mary White
  • Tom Belt
  • Wayna Adams
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Amanda Crowe and her legacy: Eastern Band Cherokee woodcarving2019 First American art magazine 23: 30-5
  • Tammi J. Hanawalt
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
"The yellow monster": reanimating nucelar fears in Cherokee science fiction2019 Native South 12: 52-73
  • Miriam Brown-Psiers
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596in special issue 'Native southern literature'
Settlement, cultural memory, and sacred sites: the function of place-names within the Cherokee wonder stories2019 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 31 (3-4): 36-57
  • Michael S. Martin
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238
Eastern Cherokee creation and subsistence narratives: a Cherokee and religious interpretation2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (1): 83-98
  • Benjamin E. Frey
  • John D. Loftin
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
How Grandma Kate lost her Cherokee blood and what this says about race, blood, and belonging in Indian Country2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (2): 136-67
  • Michael Lambert
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Eastern Cherokee creation and subsistence narratives: a Cherokee and religious interpretation2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (1): 83-98
  • Benjamin E. Frey
  • John D. Loftin
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Confronting cannabis: legalization on Native nation lands and the impacts of differential federal enforcement2019 American Indian quarterly 43 (4): 408-38
  • Courtney Lewis
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Friendly connections2019 Native American art February (19): 104-11
  • John O'Hern
H6/KUB [NATIVE-]2469-6137
At the center of the controversy: confronting ethnic fraud in the arts2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 13-24
  • Ashley Holland
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Decentering Durham2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 25-8
  • Nancy Marie Mithlo
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463introduction to thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Not Jimmy Durham's Cherokee2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 29-32
  • Roy Boney jr.
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Walk-through at the hammer2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 33-6
  • James Luna
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
A chapter closed?2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 37-40
  • America Meredith
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
What shall we do with the bodies? Reconsidering the archive in the aftermath of fraud2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 41-54
  • Mario Caro
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
Living in a (Schrödinger's) box: Jimmy Durham's strategic use of ambiguity2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 55-64
  • Suzanne Newman Fricke
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
The artist knows best: the de-professionalism of a profession2019 American Indian culture and research journal 43 (4): 65-76
  • Nancy Marie Mithlo
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in thematic section 'Decentering Durham', in special issue 'Fraud in Native American communities essays in honor of Suzan Shown Harjo'
When the Cherokee became indigenous: Cherokee Nation v. Georgia and its paradoxical legalities2018 Ethnohistory 65 (2): 247-67
  • Jonas Bens
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Luzene Hill, Eastern Band Cherokee interdisciplinary artist2017/2018 First American art magazine 17: 62-7
  • Suzanne Newman Fricke
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Honor and revival: Cherokee national treasures2017 First American art magazine 15: 36-9
  • Mary Ellen Meredith
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
For the Sga-Du-Gi (community): modern day Cherokee stickball2017 American Indian culture and research journal 41 (2): 93-114
  • Jessica Siegele
  • Natalie M. Welch
  • Robin Hardin
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Practicing sovereignty: colonial temporalities, Cherokee justice, and the "Socrates" writings of John Ridge2017 Native American and indigenous studies 4 (1): 30-60
  • Kelly Sovereignty
Civilization, law, and customary diplomacy: arguments against removal in Cherokee and Seneca letters to the federal government2017 Native American and indigenous studies 4 (2): 31-51
  • Claudia Haake
Cerokee ceramic artist Jane Osti2016 First American art magazine 11: 66-71
  • America Meredith
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Reflections of history2016 Native American art (1): 64-9
  • John O'Hern
H6/KUB [NATIVE-]2469-6137
"Between two fires": elusive justice on the Cherokee-Tennessee frontier, 1796-18142016 American Indian quarterly 40 (1): 38-67
  • Robert M. Owens
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Adoptive couple v. Baby girl: policing authenticity, implicit racial bias, and continued harm to American Indian families2016 American Indian culture and research journal 40 (1): 119-40
  • Theresa Rocha Beardall
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463in special issue 'Settler colonialism and the legislating of criminality'
Lloyd Kiva New: his Cherokee roots and legacy in Oklahoma2016 First American art magazine 12: 40-5
  • Roy Boney jr.
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Digital knowledge sharing: forging partnerships between scholars, archives, and Indigenous communities2016 Museum anthropology review 10 (2): 66-90
  • Timothy B. Powell
Muscogee-Cherokee painter: Joan Hill2015/2016 First American art magazine 9: 50-5
  • Daniel McCoy
H6/KUB [FIRST-]2333-5548
Sustenance and health among the five tribes in Indian Territory, postremoval to statehood2015 Ethnohistory 62 (2): 263-84
  • Devon A. Mihesuah
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
A Cherokee epic: Kermit Hunter's Unto These Hills and the mythologizing of Cherokee history2015 Native South 8: 1-30
  • Gregory D. Smithers
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Kay Walkingstick: passion and place2015 American Indian NMAI Fall: 18-25
  • Bradley Pecore
  • Kathleen Ash-Milby
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Two thematic manifestations of neotribal capitalism in the United States2015 Anthropological theory 15 (2): 218-38
  • Samuel W. Rose
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGICAL-]1463-4996
"This is the nation's heart-string". Formal education and the Cherokee diaspora during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries2015 Wicazo Sa review 30 (2): 28-55
  • Gregory D. Smithers
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
Cherokee noun incorporation revisited2014 International journal of American linguistics 80 (1): 5-38
  • Hiroto Uchihara
H6/KK [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7071
Shaping new homelands: environmental production, natural resource management, and the dynamics of indigenous state practice in the Cherokee nation2014 Ethnohistory 61 (1): 123-47
  • Clint Carroll
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Nancy Ward: American patriot or Cherokee nationalist?2014 American Indian quarterly 38 (2): 177-206
  • Michelene E. Pesantubbee
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Bridging realms: towards ethnographically informed methods to identify religious and artistic practices in different settings2014 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 7 (2): 109-39
  • J. David Lewis-Williams
  • Johannes H.N. Loubser
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696X
Cherokee towns and calumet ceremonialism in eastern North America2014 American antiquity 79 (3): 425-43
  • Christopher B. Rodning
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Shan Goshorn: re-weaving history2014 American Indian NMAI 15 (2): 22-35
  • Theresa Barbaro
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]1528-0640
Cherokees and Franco-British confrontation in the Tennessee corridor, 1730-17602014 Native South 7: 33-67
  • Kristofer Ray
H6/KUB [NATIVE SOUTH-]1943-2596
Identity construction and the causes of genocidal mass murder2014 Studies in ethnicity and nationalism 14 (3): 484-99
  • Daniel Chirot
  • Daniel Karell
H6/KF [STUDIES-]1473-8481in special section 'On the study of genocide'
Un-veiling objects: "normality" exposed in Jimmie Durham's museum installations2014 Anthropologie et sociétés 38 (3): 155-77
  • Sophie Moiroux
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0702-8997in special issue 'Other's views, artefacts voices: materializing the immaterial in museums'; English and Spanish summaries