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Climate-driven dietary change on the Colorado Plateau, USA, and implications for gender-specific foraging patterns2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 1-17
  • Lisbeth A. Louderback
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Turkeys befriend a girl: turkey husbandry, ceremonialism, and tales of resistance during the Pueblo Revolt era2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 18-41
  • Lynda D. McNeil
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Ancient DNA identification of giant snakehead (Channa micropeltes) remains from the Market Street Chinatown and some implications for the nineteenth century Pacific world fish trade2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 42-58
  • Brian M. Kemp
  • Brittany Bingham
  • J. Ryan Kennedy
  • Mary Faith Flores
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Parts and wholes: reduction allometry and modularity in experimental Folsom points2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 80-99
  • Erik Otárola-Castillo
  • Michael J. Shott
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Mammoth ivory rods in Eastern Beringia: earliest in North America2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 59-79
  • Barbara A. Crass
  • Brian T. Wygal
  • Charles E. Holmes
  • Kathlyn M. Smith
  • Kathryn E. Krasinski
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Reading between the lines: the social value of Dogoszhi style in the Chaco world2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 100-23
  • Barbara J. Mills
  • Benjamin A. Bellorado
  • Evan Giomi
  • Leslie D. Aragon
  • Matthew A. Peeples
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
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
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Community landscapes, identity, and practice: Ancestral Pueblos of the Lion Mountain area, central New Mexico, USA2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 142-67
  • Deborah L. Huntley
  • Suzanne L. Eckhert
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Documenting 6,000 years of indigenous fisheries and settlement as seen through vibracore sampling on the central coast of British Columbia, Canada2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 168-83
  • Duncan McLaren
  • Elroy White
  • Iain McKechnie
  • Jennifer Walkus
  • Quentin Mackie
  • Seonaid Duffield
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
On rehumanizing Pleistocene people of the Western Hemisphere2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 217-35
  • Bonnie L. Pitblado
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Direct evience for geophyte exploitation in the Wyoming Basin2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 236-47
  • Erick Robinson
  • Kaley Joyce
  • Lisbeth A. Louderback
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Regional conflict, ceramic senescence, and Pawnee raw material choice in the late contact era2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 248-66
  • Donna C. Roper
  • Lauren W. Ritterbush
  • Margaret E. Beck
  • Richard L. Josephs
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Optimal Linear Estimation (OLE) Modeling supports early Holocene (9000–8000 RCYBP) copper tool production in North America2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 267-83
  • Alastair J.M. Key
  • Michelle R. Bebber
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The nutritional content of five Southwestern US indigenous maize (Zea Mays L.) landraces of varying endosperm type2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 284-302
  • Karen R. Adams
  • Sarah E. Onas
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Expanding Paleoindian diet breadth: paleoethnobotany of Connley Cave 5, Oregon, USA2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 303-32
  • Dennis L. Jenkins
  • Jaime L. Kennedy
  • Justin A. Holcomb
  • Katelyn N. McDonough
  • Kathryn Puseman
  • Richard L. Rosencrance
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Early maize (Zea mays) in the North American central Plains: the microbotanical evidence2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 333-51
  • Danielle N. Young
  • Mary J. Adair
  • Neil A. Duncan
  • Robert K. Lusteck
  • Steven R. Bozarth
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The case study in archaeological theory2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 352-67
  • Bjørnar Olsen
  • Gavin Lucas
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Plants and subsistence during the Fluted-Point period of the Northeast2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 368-76
  • Madeline A. Mackie
  • Nathaniel R. Kitchel
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
A newly identified Younger Dryas component in Eagle Cave, Texas2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 377-88
  • Amanda M. Castañeda
  • Charles D. Frederick
  • Charles W. Koenig
  • Christopher J. Jurgens
  • Christopher W. Ringstaff
  • J. David Kilby
  • J. Kevin Hanselka
  • Jim I. Mead
  • Ken L. Lawrence
  • Leslie L. Bush
  • Lorena Becerra-Valdivia
  • Madeline E. Mackie
  • Stephen L. Black
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Domestic architecture at Letchworth (8JE337) and other Woodland Period ceremonial centers in the Gulf coastal plain2022 American antiquity 87 (2): 389-405
  • Martin Menz
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
“This place belongs to us”: historic contexts as a mechanism for multivocality in the national register2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 439-56
  • Kelsey E. Hanson
  • Octavius Seowtewa
  • Steve Baumann
  • T.J. Ferguson
  • Theresa Pasqual
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Communication in the Chaco world: a consideration of time and labor mobilization2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 457-86
  • Katharine Williams
  • Paulina F. Przystupa
  • W.H. Wills
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Cultural keystone places and the Chumash landscapes of Kumqaq’, Point Conception, California2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 487-504
  • Alexis M. Mychajliw
  • Brian E. Holguin
  • Courtney A. Hofman
  • Kelly Easterday
  • Lain Graham
  • Leslie A. Reeder-Myers
  • Mark D. Reynolds
  • Todd J. Braje
  • Torben C. Rick
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Postcontact cultural perseverance on the Central California coast: sedentism and maritime intensification2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 505-22
  • Brian F. Codding
  • Eric Wohlgemuth
  • Terry L. Jones
  • William R. Hildebrandt
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Clovis stone tools from El Fin del Mundo, Sonora, Mexico: site use and associations between localities2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 523-43
  • Guadalupe Sanchez
  • Ismael Sánchez-Morales
  • Vance T. Holliday
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Using 3D models to understand the changing role of fluting in Paleoindian point technology from Clovis to Dalton2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 544-66
  • Ashley M. Smallwood
  • Charlotte D. Pevny
  • Devin Stephens
  • Heather L. Smith
  • Jacob Ray
  • John Lambert
  • Michael R. Waters
  • Thomas A. Jennings
  • Thomas J. Loebel
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Bayesian modeling of the Clovis and Folsom radiocarbon records indicates a 200-year multigenerational transition2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 567-80
  • Briggs Buchanan
  • J. David Kilby
  • Jacob Holland-Lulewicz
  • Jason M. LaBelle
  • Marcus J. Hamilton
  • Todd A. Surovell
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
A new radiocarbon database for the lower 48 states2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 581-90
  • Andrew Martindale
  • Andrew White
  • Brian F. Codding
  • Carey James Garland
  • David Hurst Thomas
  • Erick Robinson
  • Ian Scharlotta
  • Jack Meyer
  • Jacob Freeman
  • James Haug
  • Jerry Spangler
  • Jim A. Railey
  • Joseph Gingerich
  • Ken Reid
  • Madeline E. Mackie
  • Matthew Boulanger
  • Michael Berry
  • Myles Miller
  • Robert Hard
  • Robert L. Kelly
  • Scott Meeks
  • Shane Miller
  • Timothy Perttula
  • Victor Thompson
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Garden offerings in the Kona field system, Hawai’i Island: a fine-grained chronology and its implications2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 591-600
  • Hai Cheng
  • Mara A. Mulrooney
  • Mark D. McCoy
  • Thegn N. Ladefoged
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Prismatic blade production at the Sinclair Site, Tennessee: implications for understanding Clovis technological organization2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 601-10
  • Aaron Deter-Wolf
  • Jesse W. Tune
  • Thomas A. Jennings
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Misunderstandings regarding carbohydrates in human nutrition2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 611-13
  • Steve L. Martin
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316with comments, 614-19; Spanish summary
The big picture versus minutiae: geophytes, plant foods, and ancient human economies2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 614-16
  • Jon M. Erlandson
  • Kristina M. Gill
  • Todd J. Braje
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316comments on SL Martin, 611-13; Spanish summary
Wapato as an important staple carbohydrate in the Northwest Coast diet: a response to Martin2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 617-19
  • Andrew Martindale
  • Cynthia Larbey
  • Debbie Miller
  • Michael Blake
  • Natasha Lyons
  • Tanja Hoffmann
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316comments on SL Martin, 611-13; Spanish summary
Down the rabbit hole: comment on Sundstrom and Walker (2021)2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 620-22
  • James M. Adovasio
  • Julie Francis
  • Lawrence L. Loendorf
  • Marcel Kornfeld
  • Mary Lou Larson
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316comments on L Sundstron and DN Walker 'The sheep mountain animal net revised' in Amer Antiq 2021 (86): 833-44, with reply by authors, 623-6; Spanish summary
Where's the mutton?2022 American antiquity 87 (3): 623-6
  • Danny N. Walker
  • Linea Sundstrom
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316reply to Francis et al. in this issue, 620-22; Spanish summary
Finding archaeological relevance during a pandemic and what comes after2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 2-22
  • Anna Marie Prentiss
  • Barbara J. Mills
  • Cheryl Claassen
  • Christopher B. Rodning
  • Douglas Bamforth
  • Douglas J. Kennett
  • Jelmer W. Eerkens
  • Kelley Hays-Gilpin
  • Lynn H. Gamble
  • Matthew J. Liebmann
  • Natasha Lyons
  • Patricia M. Lambert
  • Stephen W. Silliman
  • Susan M. Alt
  • Torben C. Rick
  • Tsim D. Schneider
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The social significance of Mimbres painted pottery in the U.S. Southwest2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 23-42
  • Kendall Baller
  • Matthew A. Peeples
  • Michelle Hegmon
  • Sarah Striker
  • Will G. Russell
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Sampled to death? The rise and fall of probability sampling in archaeology2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 43-60
  • Edward B. Banning
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Isotopic evidence for garden hunting and resource depression in the Late Woodland of northeastern North America2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 90-110
  • Eric Guiry
  • Paul Szpak
  • Suzanne Needs-Howarth
  • Trevor J. Orchard
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Refined radiocarbon chronologies for northern Iroquoian site sequences: implications for coalescence, conflict, and the reception of European goods2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 61-89
  • Jennifer Birch
  • Megan Ann Conger
  • Samantha Sanft
  • Sturt W. Manning
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
Detecting early widespread metal use in the Eastern North American Arctic around AD 500–13002021 American antiquity 86 (1): 111-32
  • Patrick C. Jolicoeur
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary
The road not taken: how early landscape learning and adoption of a risk-averse strategy influenced Palaeo-Indian travel route decision making in the upper Ohio valley2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 133-52
  • Matthew P. Purtill
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Rethinking “village” at Mogollon Village (LA 11568): formal chronological modeling of a persistent place2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 153-72
  • Lori Barkwill Love
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Reassessing the radiocarbon date from the Buhl burial from south-central Idaho and its relevance to the Western-Stemmed Tradition-Clovis debate in the intermountane West2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 173-82
  • Christopher S. Jazwa
  • Dan Stueber
  • Daron G. Duke
  • Geoffrey M. Smith
  • Richard L. Rosencrance
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Was Welling, Ohio (33-Co-2), a Clovis basecamp or lithic workshop? Employing experimental models to interpret old collections2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 183-98
  • Briggs Buchanan
  • Fernando Diez-Martin
  • James D. Norris
  • Metin E. Eren
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Questioning the Native American population rebound in the Horseshoe Lake watershed from AD 1500 to AD 17002021 American antiquity 86 (1): 199-202
  • B. Jacob Skousen
  • Michael Aiuvalasit
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316with comments by A.J. White, S.E. Munoz, S. Schroeder, L.R. Stevens, 203-5; Spanish summary
Reply to Skousen and Aiuvalasit: on the primacy of archaeological data2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 203-5
  • A.J. White
  • Lora L. Stevens
  • Samuel E. Munoz
  • Sissel Schroeder
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316see this issue, 199-202; Spanish summary
“The future of archaeology is antiracist”: archaeology in the time of Black Lives Matter2021 American antiquity 86 (2): 224-43
  • Alexandra Jones
  • Alicia Odewale
  • Ayana Omilade Flewellen
  • Justin P. Dunnavant
  • Maria Franklin
  • Tsione Wolde-Michael
  • Zoë Crossland
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Documenting cultures of harassment in archaeology: a review and analysis of quantitative and qualitative research studies2021 American antiquity 86 (2): 244-60
  • Barbara L. Voss
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
A “leaky” pipeline and chilly climate in archaeology in Canada2021 American antiquity 86 (2): 261-82
  • Catherine L. Jalbert
  • Lisa Overholzer
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316French summary