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A classic problem2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 1-27
  • Peter M. Whiteley
  • Thomas R. Trautmann
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Crossness and Crow-Omaha2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 31-50
  • Thomas R. Trautmann
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Tetradic theory and Omaha systems2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 51-66
  • Nicholas J. Allen
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Omaha and "Omaha"2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 69-82
  • R.H. Barnes
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Crow-Omaha kinship in North America: a Puebloan perspective2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 83-108
  • Peter M. Whiteley
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Phylogenetic analysis of sociocultural data: identifying transformation vectors for kinship systems2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 109-31
  • Peter M. Whiteley
  • Theodore Powers
  • Ward C. Wheeler
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
A tetradic starting point for skewing? Marriage as a generational contract: reflections on sister-exchange in Africa2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 135-52
  • Wendy James
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Crow- (and Onmaha-) type kinship terminology: the Fanti case2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 153-72
  • David B. Kronenfeld
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Deep-time historical contexts of Crow and Omaha systems: perspectives from Africa2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 173-202
  • Christopher Ehret
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
The making and unmaking of "Crow-Omaha" kinship in central Brazil(ian ethnology)2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 205-22
  • Marcela Coelho de Souza
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Schemas of kinship relations and the construction of social categories among the Mbêngôkrê Kayapó2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 223-39
  • Terence Turner
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Omaha skewing in Australia: overlays, dynamism, and change2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 243-60
  • Patrick McConvell
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
"Horizontal" and "vertical" skewing: similar objectives, two solutions?2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 260-77
  • Laurent Dousset
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Crow-Omaha, in thickness and thin2012 Amerind studies in archaeology : 281-97
  • Peter M. Whiteley
  • Thomas R. Trautmann
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Crow-Omaha; new light on a classic problem of kinship analysis'; with notes, glossary and references in appendix, 299-334
Depopulating the northern San Juan region: historical review and archaeological context2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 1-33
  • Mark D. Varien
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
Depopulation of the northern Southwest: a macroregional perspective2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 34-52
  • J. Brett Hill
  • Jeffrey J. Clark
  • Patrick D. Lyons
  • William H. Doelle
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
Tree-rings and demographic change in the southern Colorado Plateau and Rio Grande regions2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 53-74
  • Larry V. Benson
  • Michael S. Berry
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
The climate of the depopulation of the northern Southwest2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 75-101
  • Aaron M. Wright
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
A new paleoproductivity reconstruction for southwestern Colorado, and its implications for understanding thirteenth-century depopulation2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 102-27
  • Timothy A. Kobler
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
The end of farming in the 'northern periphery' of the Southwest2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 128-55
  • James R. Allison
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
The impact of long-term residential occupation of community centers in local plant and animal resources2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 156-79
  • Andrew I. Duff
  • Karen R. Adams
  • Susan C. Ryan
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
Catalysts of the thirteenth-century depopulation of Sand Canyon Pueblo and the central Mesa Verde region2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 180-99
  • Kristin A. Kuckelman
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
The social and cultural contexts of the central Mesa Verde region during the thirteenth-century migrations2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 200-21
  • Donna M. Glowacki
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
Evidence of a Mesa Verde homeland for the Tewa Pueblos2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 222-61
  • Scott G. Ortman
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
Lost in transit: the central Mesa Verde archaeological complex2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 262-84
  • William D. Lipe
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
Remodeling immigraiton: a northern Rio Grande perspective on depopulation, migration, and donation-side models2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 285-323
  • C. Dean Wilson
  • James L. Moore
  • Jeffrey L. Boyer
  • Nancy J. Akins
  • Steven A. Lakatos
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
The environmental, demographic, and behavioral context of the thirteenth-century depopulation of the northern Southwest2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 324-45
  • Jeffrey S. Dean
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
Advances in understanding the thirteenth-century depopulation on the northern Southwest2010 Amerind studies in archaeology 5: 346-63
  • Catherine M. Cameron
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Leaving Mesa Verde: peril and change in the thirteenth-century Southwest'; with references in appendix, 365-419
The archaeology of war in practice2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 1-14, 265-328
  • Axel E. Nielsen
  • William H. Walker
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]introduction to thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Variation in the practice of prehispanic warfare on the north coast of Peru2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 17-55, 265-328
  • John R. Topic
  • Theresa Lange Topic
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Culture and practice of war in Maya society2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 56-83, 265-328
  • Daniela Triadan
  • Takeshi Inomata
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
War is shell: the ideology and embodyment of Mississippian conflict2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 84-108, 265-328
  • Bretton Giles
  • Charles R. Cobbm
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Warfare and the practice of supernatural agents2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 109-35, 265-328
  • William H. Walker
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Warfare in precolonial central Amazonia: when Carneiro meets Clastres2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 139-64, 265-328
  • Eduardo Góes Neves
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Warfare and political complexity in an egalitarian society: an ethnohistorical example2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 165-89, 265-328
  • Polly Wiesner
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Warfare, space, and identity in the south-central Andes, constraints and choices2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 190-217, 265-328
  • Elizabeth Arkush
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Ancestors at war: meaningful conflict and social process in the south Andes2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 218-43, 265-328
  • Axel E. Nielsen
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Wars, rumors of wars, and the production of violence2009 Amerind studies in archaeology 3: 244-6, 265-328
  • Timothy R. Pauketat
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]afterword to thematic issue 'Warfare in cultural context; practice, agency, and the archaeology of violence'
Collaborative indigenous archaeology: troweling at the edges, eyeing the center2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 1-21
  • Stephen W. Silliman
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]introduction to monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Field schools without trowels: teaching archaeological ethics and heritage preservation in a collaborative context2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 23-49
  • Barbara J. Mills
  • John R. Welch
  • Mark Altaha
  • T.J. Ferguson
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
The tribe and the trowel: an indigenous archaeology and the Mohegan Archaeological Field School2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 50-66
  • Elaine L. Thomas
  • Jeffrey C. Bendremer
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Working on pasts from futures: Eastern Pequot Field School Archaeology in Connecticut2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 67-87
  • Katherine H. Sebastian Dring
  • Stephen W. Silliman
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Summer workshops in indigenous archaeology: voluntary collaboration between Colgate University and the Oneida Indian Nation of New York2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 88-102
  • Jordan E. Kerber
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Field school archaeology, activism, and politics in the Cayuga homeland of central New York2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 103-20
  • Jack Rossen
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Pedagogy of decolonization: advancing archaeological practice through education2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 123-44
  • Sonya Atalay
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Building pathways between Zuni and Mashantucket Pequot country2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 145-64
  • Kevin A. McBride
  • Russell G. Handsman
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
A critical change in pedagogy: indigenous cultural resource management2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 165-87
  • Andrea A. Hunter
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
'Íhoosh'aah, learning by doing: the Navajo Nation Archaeology Department Student Training Program2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 188-207
  • Davina R. Two Bears
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Collaborative research programs: implications for the practice of North American archaeology2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 211-27
  • Kent G. Lightfoot
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
Melding science and community values: indigenous archaeology programs and the negotiation of cultural differences2008 Amerind studies in archaeology 2: 228-49
  • George P. Nicholas
H6/KUL [AMERIND STUDIES IN ARCHAEOLOGY-]in monographic issue 'Collaborating at the trowel's edge: teaching and learning in indigenous archaeology'; with bibliography in appendix 251-91
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