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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
The ancient Inca town named Huayna Picchu2022 Ñawpa Pacha 42 (1): 17-31
  • Brian S. Bauer
  • Donato Amado Gonzales
H6/KE [NAWPA-]0077-6297Spanish summary
Heads and ‘cultures:’ A. C. Haddon, colonial exploration and the ‘Strickland River’ inscription2022 History and anthropology 33 (1): 123-42
  • Ricardo Roque
H6 [HISTORY-]1477-2612in special issue 'Material encounters'
Ecuadorian highland Quichua and the lost languages of the northern Andes2022 International journal of American linguistics 88 (1): 1-52
  • Simeon Floyd
Colonial metaphors: symbolic approaches to the Chaco tierra adentro2021 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (42): 85-106
  • Carina P. Lucaioli
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XEnglish and Portuguese summaries
An ethnography of an imaginary road: fear, death, and storytelling in the Icelandic Westfjords2021 Folklore 132 (2): 115-39
  • Matthias Egeler
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]1469-8315
Observations on Tsleltal Maya toponyms2021 Anales de antropología 55 (2): 81-90
  • Alejandro Sheseña Hernández
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225in special section 'Hacia el decenio de las lenguas indígenas. Estudios descriptivos y aplicados sobre lenguas indoamericanas'; English summary
Iliamna Lake Nanvarpak ethnogeography: Yup’ik and contemporary place names and stories of these places2021 The northern review (52): 5-28
  • Yoko Kugo
*H6/KUB [NORTHERN-]0835-3433
The "Guzmango language" in colonial Cajamarca: context and perspectives2021 Chungará 53 (4): 665-76
  • Gabriel Ramón
  • Luis Andrade Ciudad
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182English summary
Makahs, S'Klallams, and the Hoko River2021 Journal of northwest anthropology 55 (1): 52-72
  • Gary C. Wessen
H6/KUB [NORTHWEST-]1538-2834
Place names with the Tupi postposition -pe in Brazil2021 Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi ciências humanas 16 (2): 1-15
  • Eduardo de Almeida Navarro
H6/KUL [BOLETIM-]1981-8122English summary
Conceiving homogeneous state-space for the nation: the nationalist discourse on autochthony and the politics of place-naming in Armenia2021 Central Asian survey 40 (2): 257-81
  • Husik Ghulyan
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937
A study of toponyms: place names in Tosya (Kastamonu)2020 Journal of folklore and literature (101): 41-53
  • Bilgin Ünal İbret
  • Erol Topal
1300-7491English summary
Giving back the “Queen Charlotte Islands”: the politics of names and naming between Canada and the Haida Nation2020 Native American and indigenous studies 7 (1): 62-86
  • Joseph Weiss
Naming the Cook Islands: articulation theory and 'Akapapa'anga2020 Pacific studies 43 (2): 119-41
  • Emma Ngaekuraevau Powell
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596
The old Indo-European layer in the Mediterranean as represented by hydronyms, toponyms, and ethnics2020 Journal of Indo-European studies 48 (1-2): 41-60
  • Fred C. Woudhuizen
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The Sudeta Mountains in the light of etymology2020 Journal of Indo-European studies 48 (1-2): 218-39
  • Martina Šmejkalová
  • Václav Blažek
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
How a geological engineer became fluent in 'O'odham and published an authoritative tome on the 'O'odham language of place2020 Journal of the Southwest 62 (3): 618-78
  • Harry J. Winters Jr.
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0894-8410
History of the Sif Oidak district, Tohono, 'O'odham Nation2020 Journal of the Southwest 62 (3): 679-708
  • Harry J. Winters Jr.
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0894-8410
An ontology of landscape and seascape in Greenland: the linguistic encoding of land in Kalaallisut2019 International journal of American linguistics 85 (1): 1-43
  • Hilary McMahan
  • Lenore A. Grenoble
Remarks on Jansen's identification of 4 Jaguar in Mixtec codices as Ce Acatl Topilzin Quetzalcoatl Nacxtli of Cholula-Tollan. Evidences from the codices Tonindeye/Nuttal and Iya Nacuaa/Colombino-Becker2019 Mexicon 41 (2): 49-55
  • Thomas Vonk
*H6/KUL [MEXICON-]0720-5988English and German summaries
Folk belief and landscape in Connacht: accounts for the ordenance survey letters2019 Folk life 57 (1): 56-69
  • Ciaran McDonough
H6/KVC [FOLK-]0008-3496
Ch'ort', Lenca, and Pipil: an onomastic approach to redefining the sixteeenth-century southeastern Maya frontier2019 Ethnohistory 66 (2): 301-28
  • Erlend M. Johnson
  • Mary Kate Kelly
  • Pastor Gómez Zuñiga
Vision d'une mer fait d'îles: la carte de Tupaia (1769-1770)2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 6-23
  • Anja Schwarz
  • Lars Eckstein
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
The symbolic-terrritorial setting of the Map of Teozacoalco: representation of the landscape and its boundaries2019 Anales de antropología 53 (2): 11-27
  • Manuel Á. Hermann Lejarazu
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225in thematic issue 'Los mapas novohispanos de tradición indígena como herramienta para estudiar el pasado'; English summary
Names and tales: on folklore and place names2019 Folklore 130 (4): 373-94
  • Jeremy Harte
H6/KF [FOLKLORE-]0015-587X
Xochicalco in Mexico-Tenochtitlan: graphic appropriations in the late writing tradition of the basin of Mexico2019 Estudios de cultura náhuatl 58: 15-57
  • Javier Urcid
  • Leonardo López Luján
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0071-1675in special issue 'Homenaje a Miguel León Portilla'; English summary
About a failed demonym: the Piuco in the nineteenth-century history of Chiloé2019 Magallania 47 (1): 65-81
  • Tomás Catepillán P.
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
The chthonic beginnings of Vilnius. Part 12018 Liaudies kultūra 1: 30-5
  • Antanas Gudelis
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
Mythical Dauguva2018 Liaudies kultūra 1: 68-76
  • Janina Kursytė
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
Who owns the name of a place? On place branding and logics in two villages in Galicia, Spain2018 Tourist studies 18 (1): 3-20
  • Cristina Sánchez-Carretero
  • Guadalupe Jiménez-Esquinas
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
Izapan writing: classification and preliminary observations2018 Ancient Mesoamerica 29 (1): 93-112
  • David F. Mora-Marín
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Revisiting the location of Pṛga in the Behistun inscription on the basis of its etymology and an examination of historico-geographical texts2018 Journal of Indo-European studies 46 (3-4): 265-89
  • Farrokh Hajiani
  • Mojtaba Doroodi
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
Identifying the pre-Greek population groups of Crete on the basis of their toponyms and hydronyms2018 Journal of Indo-European studies 46 (3-4): 302-11
  • Fred C. Woudhuizen
H6 [JOURNAL-]0092-2323
The power of place, or powerless places? Hybrid attitudes toward Soviet symbols in post-Soviet Georgia2018 Central Asian survey 37 (2): 265-85
  • Peter Kabachnik
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937
Intersecting the cultural landscapes of Uummannaq Island, SW Greenland, through epistemologies of geology and environmental anthropology2018 Arctic anthropology 55 (2): 44-55
  • Ann Eileen Lennert
  • Majken Djurhuus Poulsen
  • Nynke Keulen
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
The Place of color in Mesoamerican mythology. From the fate of Quetzalcoatl to the epic of 8 Venado2018 Trace 74: 159-84
  • Élodie Dupey García
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286English and French summaries
Slovenian place names: Batuje and Krepaka2018 Glasnik slovenskega etnološkega Društva 58 (3/4): 107-11
  • Silvio Torkar
H6/KVP [SLOVENSKO ETNOLOSKO DRUSTVO. Glasnik]0351-2908English summary
Truth and indigenous cosmopolitics in Shangrila2017 The Asia Pacific journal of anthropology 18 (1): 36-53
  • Åshild Kolås
H6 [CANBERRA-]1444-2213
Tewa place names for early habitation sites in the northern Rio Grande valley, New Mexico2017 Journal of field archaeology 42 (2): 142-51
  • Logan D. Stutton
  • Michael A. Schillaci
  • Steven A. Lakatos
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
Epigraphy and empire: reassessing textual evidence for formative Zapotec imperialism2017 Cambridge archaeological journal 27 (3): 433-50
  • Nicholas P. Carter
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Topónimos y cronología: notas sobre una puerta distinta al estudio del pasado2017 Historia mexicana 67 (1): 7-59
  • Brigida Von Mentz
H6/KUL [HISTORIA-]0185-0172
'O'Odham place names based on rocks and minerals2017 Journal of the Southwest 59 (3-4): 691-715
  • Harry J. Winters Jr.
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0894-8410in 'Agnes Haury special issue: Accidental anthropologists: recording Hia-Ced O'Odham people and places'
Harry J. Winters Jr.'s 'O'Odham place names: meanings, origins, and histories, Arizona and Sonora2017 Journal of the Southwest 59 (3-4): 724-32
  • Amadeo M. Rea
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0894-8410in 'Agnes Haury special issue: Accidental anthropologists: recording Hia-Ced O'Odham people and places'
Names as narratives: constructing memories through time in northwestern Zimbabwe, ca. 1900-20002017 International journal of African historical studies 50 (3): 479-94
  • Ivan Marowa
*H6/KY [INTERNATIONAL-]0361-7882
Toponymy in the Society Islands (French Polynesia): regional cultural unity and local social dynamics2017 Anthropologie et sociétés 41 (3): 287-310
  • Bruno Saura
H6 [ANTHROPOLOGIE-]0702-8997English and Spanish summaries
Onomasticon of Levänluhta and Käldamäki region2017 Suomalais: journal de la Société Finno-Ougrienne 96: 287-316
  • Pauli Rahkonen
H6 [SUOMALAIS-]0355-0214
Nyungar of Southwestern Australia and Flinders: a dialogue on using Nyungar intelligence to better understand coastal exploration2017 ab-Original 1 (1): 1-16
  • Clint Bracknell
  • David Palmer
  • Len Collard
Place, identity, and relations: the lived experience of two nothern worlds2017 Arctic anthropology 54 (2): 83-93
  • Ann Eileen Lennert
*H6 [ARCTIC-]0066-6939
Why Tséhootsoí does not equal "Kit Carson Drive": reflections on Navajo place names and the inequalities of language2017 Anthropological linguistics 59 (3): 239-62
  • Anthony K. Webster
Contested spaces: the use of place-names and symbolic landscape in the politics of identity and legitimacy in Azerbaijan2017 Central Asian survey 36 (4): 534-54
  • Arsène Saparov
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937