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The beads from an 18th-century Acadian site, Prince Edward Island, Canada2020 Beads 32: 70-83
  • Adelphine Bonneau
  • Erin Montgomery
  • Helen Kristmanson
  • Karlis Karklins
*H6 [BEADS-]
"All I depend on is the Lord": healing words and silence in Cajun Traitement2015 Folklore 128 (508): 179-94
  • Dana David Gravot
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
The Acadian memorial as civic laboratory: whiteness, history and governmenatlity in a Louisiana commemorative site2010 Museum anthropology review 4 (1): 1-47
  • Mark David
From Grand Dérangement to Acadiana: history and identity in the landscape of south Louisiana2008 International journal of historical archaeology 12 (4): 338-59
  • Mark A. Rees
H6/KE [INTERNATIONAL-]1092-7697in special issue 'Historical archaeology of France in the new world'
French music, Cajun, Creole, Zydeco: ligne de couleur et hiérarchies sociales dans la musique franco-louisianaise2006 Civilisations 53 (1-2): 119-47
  • Sara Le Menestrel
H6 [CIVILISATIONS-]in thematic issue 'Musiques "populaires": catégorisations et usages sociaux'; English summary
Building in colonial Louisiana: creolization and the survival of French traditions2006 International journal of historical archaeology 10 (3): 211-39
  • Benjamin D. Maygarden
H6/KE [INTERNATIONAL-]1092-7697introduction to special issue 'French identity in the new world'
Monde Créole: the cultural world of French Louisiana Creoles and the creolization of world cultures2003 Journal of American folklore 116 (459): 57-72
  • Nicholas R. Spitzer
H6/KF 'JOURNAL-'0021-8751in special issue 'Creolization'; with introduction by R Baron and AC Cara, 4-8
The Louisianan experience: tourist's image and false representations2002/3 Ethnologie française 32 (3): 461-73
  • Sara Le Menestrel
0046-2616In thematic issue 'Touriste autochtone: qui est l'étranger?'; German and English summaries
Ritualized inebriation, violence, and social control in Cajun Mardi Gras2001 Anthropological quarterly 74 (1): 28-38
  • Rocky L. Sexton
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491
By any means necessary? Tourism, economics, and the preservation of language2001 Cultural survival quarterly 25 (2): 34-5
  • Deidre D'Entremont
0740-3291in special issue 'Endangered languages, endangered lives'
Ethnic self-identification and symbolic stereotyping: the portrayal of Louisiana Cajuns2001 Ethnic and racial studies 24 (6): 1020-45
  • Carl L. Bankston III
  • Jacques M. Henry
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870
Transparent maks: the ideology and practice of disguise in contemporary Cajun Mardi Gras2001 Journal of American folklore 114 (452): 175-203
  • Patricia E. Sawin
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8715in special issue 'Southwestern Louisiana Mardi Gras traditions'
Une 'Tite poule grasse ou la fille aînée [a little fat chicken or the eldest daughter]: a comparative analysis of Cajun and Creole Mardi Gras songs2001 Journal of American folklore 114 (452): 204-24
  • Harry Oster
  • Rocky L. Sexton
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8715in special issue 'Southwestern Louisiana Mardi Gras traditions'
Anything to act crazy: Cajun women and Mardi Gras disguise2001 Journal of American folklore 114 (452): 225-47
  • Carolyn E. Ware
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8715in special issue 'Southwestern Louisiana Mardi Gras traditions'
Cajun Mardi Gras: cultural objectification and symbolic appropriation in a French tradition1999 Ethnology 38 (4): 297-313
  • Rocky L. Sexton
The 'Cajun' subculture: microtrends for the 1990's1993 International Journal of comparative sociology 34 (1/2): 113-21
  • J Savells
'Colinda': mysterious origins of a Cajun folksong1992 Journal of folklore research 29 (1): 37-52
  • J Girouard
  • Shane Bernard
Friedreich ataxia in Louisiana Acadians: demonstration of a founder effect by analysis of microsatellite-generated extended haplotypes1992 American Journal of human genetics 50 (3): 559-66
  • G Sirugo