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A writer writes on Amazonian plant medicines2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (2): e91777
  • Jimmy Weiskopf
Spanish and Portuguese summaries
The macrosignified of Formative Mesoamerica: a semiotic approach to the "Olmec" style2021 Ancient Mesoamerica 32 (2): 204-14
  • Artur Seredin
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Linguistic landscape in Dibaku (Cuicateco): progress and challenges2021 Anales de antropología 55 (2): 63-80
  • Diego Mendoza Hernández
  • Marcela San Giacomo Trinidad
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225in special section 'Hacia el decenio de las lenguas indígenas. Estudios descriptivos y aplicados sobre lenguas indoamericanas'; English summary
Chikashshaat Asilhlhat Holissochi (Chickasaws are asking and writing): enacting indigenous protocols in academic research and writing2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (2): 1-28
  • Joshua D. Lokosh Hinson
  • Kari A. B. Chew
Early alphabetic writing in the ancient Near East: the 'missing link' from Tel Lachish2021 Antiquity 95 (381): 705-19
  • Felix Höflmayer
  • Haggai Misgav
  • Katharina Streit
  • Lyndelle Webster
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
El Códice Florentino2020 Arqueología mexicana (90): 16-65
  • Diana Magaloni Kerpel
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in special issue 'El Códice Florentino y la creación del nuevo mundo'
Anthropology and the third information revolution2020 Visual anthropology 33 (3): 197-211
  • Alan MacFarlane
*H6 [VISUAL-]1545-5920
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
Who writes about archaeology? An intersectional study of authorship in archaeological journals2020 American antiquity 85 (3): 407-26
  • Laura E. Heath-Stout
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
U nojil a ch’i’ibal: Briceida Cuevas Cob's poetic empowerment of Yucatec Maya women2020 SAIL: studies in American Indian literatures (Series 2) 32 (1-2): 26-51
  • Hannah Palmer
*H6/KUB [SAIL-]0730-3238
Forgeries and archaeology: Richard Latcham, the Precolumbian writing, and the Guayacán pirates2020 Boletín del Museo chileno de Arte precolombino 25 (2): 127-40
  • Carolina Valenzuela
  • Francisco Garrido
H6/KE [BOLETIN-]0716-1530English summary
The old and new faces of Spanish in Nahuatl: between language maintenance, revitalization and shift2020 Estudios de cultura náhuatl (59): 165-207
  • José Antonio Flores Farfán
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0071-1675English summary
The art of not being scripted so much. The politics of writing Hmong language(s)2020 Current anthropology 61 (2): 240-63
  • Jean Michaud
H6 [CURRENT-]1537-5382with comments and reply
Inscribing the corpus: scribal and ritual practice in the material culture of Dunhuang2020 Numen 67 (2-3): 113-37
  • Rae Dachille
H6/KFO [NUMEN-]0029-5973
Three branches of literary anthropology: sources, styles, subject matter2020 Ethnography 21 (2): 280-95
  • Ellen Wiles
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
Colonial Andean memory: indigenous and mestizo writers of the 16th and 17th centuries2020 Allpanchis 47 (86): 165-204
  • Alejandro Herrera Villagra
H6/KUL [ALLPANCHIS-]0252-8835English summary
Hieroglyphic texting: ideologies and practices of Classic Maya written evidence2020 Cambridge archaeological journal 30 (4): 611-28
  • Sarah E. Jackson
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Who convinced you that Black feminist thought isn't a part of the canon?: A. Lynn Bolles and the power of citation practice2020 Transforming anthropology 28 (2): 134-5
  • Bianca C. Williams
H6 [TRANSFORMING-]1051-0559in special issue 'Celebrating Association of Black Anthropologists - 50th anniversary'
Inuktitut Qualiujaaqpait: our new writing system2019/2020 Inuktitut (126): 55-9
  • Titiraqtanga Natan Obed
*H6/KUB [INUKTITUT-]0705-8527also in English and French
Negotiating imperialism and resistance in late bronze age Ugarit: the rise of alphabetic cuneiform2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (2): 185-99
  • Philip J. Boyes
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
On tools making minds: an archaeological perspective on human cognitive evolution2019 Journal of cognition and culture 19 (1-2): 39-58
  • Karenleigh A. Overmann
  • Thomas Wynn
H6 [JOURNAL-]1567-7095
Transferring performativity from speech to writing: illocutionary acts and incantation bowls2019 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) 82 (2): 233-44
  • Daniel James Waller
H6/KW [LONDON-]0041-977X
Writing thin2019 Anthropological quarterly 92 (3): 903-18
  • Talia Dan-Cohen
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
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
Performativity, border-crossings and ethics in a prison-based creative writing project2019 Qualitative research 19 (5): 560-77
  • Lizzie Seal
  • Tamsin Hinton-Smith
H6 [QUALITATIVE-]1468-7941
De la literatura oral a la escrita2019 Archivos 17: 105-11
  • Mario Corcuera Ibañez
H6/KUL [ARCHIVOS-]1668-4737in thematic issue 'Palabra y realidad: tradición y literatura oral en África negra'; with bibliography, 117-24
A thematic approach to meaning diversity in graffities (Muş/Merkez sample)2019 Journal of folklore and literature 2 (98): 309-26
  • Rabia Şenay Şişman
1300-7491English summary
Letters to a Māori prophet: living with Atua in mid-nineteenth-century Taranaki (New Zealand)2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (3): 261-77
  • Jeffrey Sissons
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Life and death of an egg hunter: proposal for a reinterpretation of a Rapa Nui (Eastern Island) string figure chant2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (3): 279-304
  • Mary De Laat
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Wenzhou restaurants in Paris's Chinatowns. A case study of Chinese ethnicity within and beyond the linguistic landscape2019 Journal of Chinese overseas 15 (2): 202-33
  • Caroline Lipovsky
  • Wei Wang
H6/KW [JOURNAL-]1793-0391Chinese summary
The hundreds, observation, encounter, atmosphere, and world-making2019 Journal of visual culture 18 (3): 289-304
  • Katarzyna Bojarska interv
  • Lauren Berlant
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1470-4129
'There can be no revolution without culture': reading and writing in the Bolivarian revolution2019 Bulletin of Latin American research 38 (4): 438-52
  • Katie Brown
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050
An investigation into the roles of the Katakana syllabary in Japanese discourse: from the perspective of discourse producers' motivation2019 Contemporary Japan 31 (1): 215-33
  • Yumiko Cochrane
A special container for a peculiar drink. Analysis of the Mayan k955 pot2019 Trace 75: 188-210
  • Pablo Alberto Mumary Farto
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0185-6286English and French summaries
From literacy/literacies to graphic pluralism and inscriptive practices2019 Annual review of anthropology 48: 389-404
  • Erin Debenport
  • Webster Anthony K.
H1 [BIENNIAL-]0084-6570
Language, religion and ethno-national identity: the role of knowledge, culture and communication2019 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (2): 410-29
  • James Dingley
  • Pippa Catterall
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870
Digital imaging and archaeometric analysis of the Cascajal block: establishing context and authenticity for the earliest known Olmec text2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 31 (2): 189-209
  • Emiliano R. Melgar Tísoc
  • Henri_Noel Bernard
  • Joshua D. Englehardt
  • Luis R. Velázquez Maldonado
  • Michael D. Carrasco
  • Mirta A. Insaurralde Caballero
  • Viridiana Guzmán Torres
H6/KE [ANCIENT-]1531-2097Spanish summary
The Cascajal block: new line drawing, distributional analysis, and ortographic patterns2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 31 (2): 210-29
  • David F. Mora Marín
H6/KE [ANCIENT-]1531-2097Spanish summary
Copying in clay: Maya hieroglyphs and changing modes of scribal practice2019 Res 71-72: 52-63
  • Mallory E. Matsumoto
*H6 [RES-]2327-9621in thematic section 'Molding'
Their way of memorizing: Mesoamerican writings and Native American picture-writings2019 Res 71-72: 312-24
  • Carlo Severi
*H6 [RES-]2327-9621
¿Escritura o pintura? Un debate humanista en el Perú colonial2019 Allpanchis 46 (83-84): 115-47
  • Fermín Del Pino Díaz
H6/KUL [ALLPANCHIS-]0252-8835in special issue 'Homenaje a Sabine MacCormack', with introduction by Ramón Mujica Pinilla, 9-12; English summary
Presence, conventions and marks of Itzcóatl in the Huichapan Codex2019 Revista española de antropología americana 49: 49-71
  • Alejandra Dávila
  • Clementina Battcock
H6/KUL [MADRID-]0556-6533English summary
Toward the decipherment of a set of mid-colonial khipus from the Santa Valley, coastal Peru2018 Ethnohistory 65 (1): 1-23
  • Gary Urton
  • Manuel Medrano
Bodies of texts: women calligraphers and the elite vernacular culture in late Chosŏn Korea (1392-1910)2018 Journal of Asian studies 77 (1): 59-81
  • Ksenia Chizhova
*H6/KW [JOURNAL-]0021-9118
Shifting global literacy networks: how emigration promotes informal literacy learning in Latvia2018 Anthropology and education quarterly 49 (2): 165-82
  • Kate Vieira
H6 [COUNCIL-]0161-7761
The "eclipse glyph" in Maya text and iconography: a century of misinterpretation2018 Ancient Mesoamerica 29 (1): 219-44
  • Bruce Love
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Kings of the East: Altun Ha and the water scroll emblem glyph2018 Ancient Mesoamerica 29 (1): 113-35
  • Christophe Helmke
  • Phillip J. Wanyerka
  • Stanley P. Guenter
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Izapan writing: classification and preliminary observations2018 Ancient Mesoamerica 29 (1): 93-112
  • David F. Mora-Marín
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
A double abecedary? Halaḥam and 'Abgad on the TT99 ostracon2018 Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research (379): 103-12
  • Thomas Schneider
H6/KW [AMERICAN-]0003-097X