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Chronology for Mississippian and Oneota occupations at Aztalan and the Lake Koshkonong locality2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 124-41
  • Anthony M. Krus
  • John D. Richards
  • Robert J. Jeske
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Finding fields: locating archaeological agricultural landscapes using historical aerial photographs2021 American antiquity 86 (2): 283-304
  • Jesse Casana
  • Madeleine McLeester
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Treaty stories: reclaiming the unbroken history of Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe sovereignty2021 Ethnohistory 68 (2): 215-36
  • Margaret Huettl
The Wisconsin Oneida and the WPA: stories of corn, colonialism, and revitalization2021 Ethnohistory 68 (3): 407-27
  • Rebecca M. Webster
When grandma went to Washington: Ojibwe activism and the battle over the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (2): 29-61
  • Katrina Phillips
A partial charred wooden bowl from Aztlan (47JE1), Wisconsin2020 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 45 (3): 306-26
  • Christopher C. Widga
  • Marlin F. Hawley
  • Sisser Schroeder
Never at rest: African art at the University of Wisconsin2020 African arts 53 (4): 68-85
  • Henry John Drewal
  • Matthew Francis Rarey
H6/KFY [AFRICAN-]0001-9933
The Myrick Park mounds (47Lc10), an effigy mound site in western Wisconsin2019 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 44 (2): 207-29
  • William Green
Nation v. municipality: indigenous land recovery, settler resentment, and taxation on the Oneida reservation2019 Native American and indigenous studies 6 (2): 51-73
  • Doug Kiel
Nation v. municipality: indigenous land recovery, settler resentment, and taxation on the Oneida reservation2019 Native American and indigenous studies 6 (2): 51-73
  • Doug Kiel
Cosmic negotiations: Cahokian religion and Ramey incised pottery in the northern hinterland2018 Southeastern archaeology 37 (1): 39-57
  • Christina M. Friberg
Native nation building: the long emergence of the Oneida Nation Judiciary2018 American Indian quarterly 42 (1): 87-116
  • Larry Nesper
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
"Whatever I have to do that's right:" culture and the precariousness of personhood in a poor urban neighborhood2018 Ethos 46 (3): 311-29
  • Edward D. Lowe
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131in special issue 'Culture, poverty, and personhood'
Effects of cultivation on tuber and starch granule morphometrics of Solanum jamesii and implications for interpretation of the archaeological record2018 Journal of archaeological science 98: 1-6
  • Bruce M. Pavlik
  • Lisbeth A. Louderback
  • Nicole M. Herzog
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Lynx paw petroform alignments to red ochre exposure below Wisconsin's Niagara escarpment2017 American Indian rock art 43: 29-45
  • Diane Fox
  • Jim Uhrinak
Trempealeau's Little Bluff: an early Cahokian terraformed landmark in the upper Mississippi valley2017 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 42 (2): 168-99
  • Michael Kolb
  • Robert F. Boszhardt
  • Timothy R. Pauketat
Coming home: compassionate presence in prison2017 Anthropology of consciousness 28 (2): 152-5
  • David Haskin
H6/KH [ANTHROPOLOGY-]1053-4202in special issue 'Way out voices: a phenomenology of interbeing'
In memoriam: Jan Vansina (14.9.1929-8.2.2017)2017 Azania: archaeological research In Africa 52 (2): 267-70
  • David Schoenbrun
H6/KY [AZANIA-]0067-270Xwith selected bibliography
"We call it put him away": contemporary Delaware burial practices and NAGPRA2016 North American archaeologist 37 (2): 112-35
  • Brice Obermeyer
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Lynx paw petroform: a connection to great lynx and underground/underwater panther American Indian traditions2016 American Indian rock art 42: 33-40
  • Diane Fox
  • Jim Uhrinak
Petrographic analysis of late Woodland and middle Mississippian ceramics at the Iva site (47LC42), Onalaska, Wisconsin2016 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 41 (2): 93-126
  • James B. Stoltman
  • Robert F. Boszhardt
Frac sand mining and the destruction of place, landscape and community in Wisconsin2016 Human organization 75 (1): 47-58
  • Thomas W. Pearson
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259in special section 'Communities and environmental change'
A woodland biface cache from the Ranch Dash 3 site, 47-MO-828, Monroe County, Wisconsin2016 Lithic technology 41 (4): 255-67
  • Alexander D. Woods
  • Tyler J. Olsen
*H6/KE [LITHIC-]0197-7261
Reclaiming the public university in Wisconsin2016 ANUAC: rivista della Società Italiana di Antropologia Culturale 5 (1): 63-6
  • Tracey Heatherington
0210-5810in forum 'Anthropologists in/of the neoliberal academy'
Tremealeau entanglements: an ancient colony's causes and effects2015 American antiquity 80 (2): 260-89
  • Danielle M. Benden
  • Robert F. Boszhardt
  • Timothy R. Pauketat
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The search for A,otonatendïe2015 Midcontinental journal of archaeology 40 (2): 116-33
  • Ronald J. Mason
Ordering legal plurality: allocating jurisdiction in state and tribal courts in Wisconsin2015 Polar: political and legal anthropology review 38 (1): 30-52
  • Larry Nesper
H6/KF [APLA-]1081-6976in thematic issue 'Internationalizing custom and localizing law'
Voices and votes in the fields of settler society: American Indian media and electoral politics in 1930s Wisconsin2015 Comparative studies in society and history 57 (3): 780-805
  • Grant Arndt
H6/KF [COMPARATIVE-]0010-4175
Microwear analysis of bipolar tools from the Crescent Bay Hunt Club site (47JE904)2015 Lithic technology 40 (4): 366-76
  • Katherine M. Sterner-Miller
  • Robert J. Jeske
*H6/KE [LITHIC-]0197-7261in special issue 'Evolutionary perspectives on bipolar technology'; French summary
From local fields to school lunch lines: multiple stakeholders' experiences with a farm 2 school project2014 Practicing anthropology 36 (1): 11-15
  • Christine Hippert
  • Emma Bremer
  • Hana Tanberg
  • Mitchell Running
  • Rileigh Van Driessche
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552
Competing visions of empowerment: Oneida progressive-era politics and writing tribal histories2014 Ethnohistory 61 (3): 419-44
  • Doug Kiel
A brief note on archaeological superimposition at the Hensler petroglyph site (47DO461), Dodge County, Wisconsin, U.S.A.2013 Rock art research 30 (1): 118-20
  • Jack Steinbgring
H6/KE [ROCK-]0813-0426
Buffalo effigy stones in Wisconsin2013 American Indian rock art 40: 43-80
  • Herman Bender
The bags of Lake Lena2013 Whispering wind 42 (2): 24-6
  • Mike Johnson
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-]0300-6565
On the culture of material value and the cosmography of riches2013 Hau 3 (2): 161-95
  • Marshall Sahlins
2049-1115in special issue 'Value as theory - part 2 of 2'; French summary
Theorizing Wisconsin's 2011 protests: community-based unionism confronts accumulation by dispossession2012 American ethnologist 39 (1): 6-20
  • Jane Collins
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Refining the identification of Native American pipestone quarries in the midcontinental United States2012 Journal of archaeological science 39 (7): 2496-505
  • Kenneth B. Farnsworth
  • Randall E. Hughes
  • Sarah U. Wisseman
  • Thomas E. Emerson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The effect of female height on reproductive success is negative in western populations, but more variable in non-western populations2012 American journal of human biology 24 (4): 486-94
  • Abraham P. Buunk
  • Gert Stulp
  • Simon Verhulst
  • Thomas Pollett
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
When helping yourself is not enough: sociomedical networking among Milwaukee's Latinos2012 Practicing anthropology 34 (4): 8-12
  • Ramona Temorio
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'Complexities of migration, movement, and change'
The influence of Czech travellers on exotic art collections (from the beginning of Czech collections to World War II)2012 Národopisná revue 1: 39-49
  • Kateřina Štěpánová
H6/KVL [NÁRODOPISNÉ-]0862-8351English summary
After the storm: Ojibwe treaty rights twenty-five years after the Voigt decision2011 American Indian quarterly 35 (2): 161-91
  • James Thannum
  • Patty Loew
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Observations on the productivity and time required for a corn and squash polyculture, Portage county, Wisconsin2011 Plains anthropologist 56 (217): 71-81
  • Emily Demchik
  • Mike Demchik
H6/KUB [PLAINS-]0032-0447
Prominence and presence: the co-opting and re-consacration of high places in southeastern Wisconsin2011 Time and mind: the journal of archaeology, consciousness and culture 4 (1): 7-29
  • Herman E. Bender
H6/KH [TIME-]1751-696X
Ojibwe drum music: structure and language2011 Papers of the Algonquian conference 43: 225-46
  • Michael Sullivan
H6/KUB [ALGONQUIAN-]0031-5671
Collecting among the Menomini: cultural assault in twentieth-century Wisconsin2010 American Indian quarterly 34 (2): 157-93
  • David R.M. Beck
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
From berries to orchards: tracing the history of berrying and economic transformation among Lake Superior Ojibwe2009 American Indian quarterly 33 (1): 33-61
  • Chantal Norrgard
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Disseminating applied anthropology and practice through SBIR grants2009 Practicing anthropology 31 (1): 21-4
  • Erin Malcolm
  • Fred Bloom
  • Jeff Thomas
  • Jill Florence Lackey
  • Kathrin Schmid
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic section 'Flexible framework: participants shaping projects'
Expression of concern2009 Museum anthropology 32 (1): 33-8
  • Jason Baird Jackson
H6 [MUSEUM-]0892-8339comments on 'Historical ambivalence in a tribal museum' by L Nesper in Mus Anthrop 2005 (28:2), 1-16
Commentary: through a mirror in a riddle: a response to 'Historical ambivalence in a tribal museum'2009 Museum anthropology 32 (1): 39-46
  • Gregg J. Guthrie
  • Miriam Guthrie Martin
H6 [MUSEUM-]0892-8339comments on 'Historical ambivalence in a tribal museum' by L Nesper in Mus Anthrop 2005 (28:2), 1-16
Commentary: of 'Historical ambivalence in a tribal museum'2009 Museum anthropology 32 (1): 47-50
  • Larry Nesper
H6 [MUSEUM-]0892-8339response to 'Commentary: through a mirror in a riddle: a response to 'Historical ambivalence in a tribal museum'' by M Guthrie Martin and G J Guthrie see this issue, 39-46
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