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Scenes from everyday life in the Northern Mariana Islands during the COVID-19 pandemic2020 Oceania 9 (1): 41-6
  • Teresa (Isa) Arriola
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077in special issue 'Oceanic societies in COVID-19'
Malas muertes y malos muertos. Reflexiones sobre el buen morir en el Pacífico insular2019 Anales del Museo Nacional de Antropología 21: 74-6
  • David Atienza
H6/KVE [ANALES-]1135-1853in special issue 'Antropología para momentos críticos'
Betel mania, from culture to cancer: digestive and discursive uses of the betel nut (Areca catechu) in Guam2018 Pacific studies 41 (3): 199-223
  • Anne Perez Hattori
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596
Sex and geographic differences in health of the early inhabitants of the Mariana Islands2016 Asian perspectives 55 (1): 28-60
  • Marilyn K. Swift
  • Michael A. Fleming
  • Michael Pietrusewsky
  • Michele Toomay Douglas
  • Randy A. Harper
H6/KE [ASIAN-]0066-8435
The real-time comprehension of WH-dependencies in a WH-agreement language2015 Language 91 (1): 109-44
  • Manuel F. Borja
  • Matthew Wagers
  • Sandra Chung
H6/KK [LANGUAGE-]0097-8507
Pollen, starch, and biosilicate analysis of archaeological deposits on Guam and Saipan, Mariana islands, northwest Pacific: evidence for Chamorro subsistence crops and marine resources2015 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 10 (1-3): 97-110
  • John Peterson
  • Mark Horrocks
  • Mike T. Carson
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
Foodways in the Mariana Islands: a look at the pre-contact period2015 Journal of Indo-Pacific archaeology 37: 49-58
  • Darlene R. Moore
H6/KE [INDO-PACIFIC PREHISTORY ASSOCIATION. Bulletin.]2375-0510in special issue 'Food and foodways in Indo-Pacific archaeology'
Health in ancient Mariana islanders: a bioarchaeological perspective2014 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 9 (3): 319-40
  • Marilyn K. Swift
  • Michael A. Fleming
  • Michael Pietrusewsky
  • Michele Toomay Douglas
  • Randy A. Harper
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
Speaking the language of peace: Chamoru resistance and rhetoric in Guåhan's self-determination movement2014 Anthropologica (New Series) 56 (2): 301-13
  • Tiara R. Na'puti
H6/KUB [ANTHROPOLOGICA N.S.-]0003-5459in thematic section 'Ending war and sustaining peace in Pacific societies'; French summary
Chant of re-enchantment: Chamorro spiritual resistance to colonial domination2014 Social analysis 58 (1): 127-48
  • D.S. Farrer
  • James D. Sellmann
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]0155-977Xin special issue 'War magic and warrior religion: sorcery, cognition, and embodiment'
Colonialism, resistance and Chamorro indentity in the post-Jesuit mission of the Mariana Islands, 1769-18312013 Estudios de historia novohispana 49: 83-117
  • Alexandre Coello de la Rosa
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0185-2523English summary
"I guess they didn't want us asking too many questions": reading American empire in Guam2013 The contemporary Pacific 25 (2): 67-91
  • Valerie Solar Woodward
*H6/KX [CONTEMPORARY-]1043-898X
The origins and genetic distinctiveness of the Chamorros of the Marianas Islands: an mtDNA perspective2013 American journal of human biology 25 (1): 116-22
  • Chim W Chan
  • Dana R Santos
  • Daniel Lynch
  • Miguel G. Vilar
  • Rita Spathis
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
History of archaeological study in the Mariana islands2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 312-71
  • Mike T. Carson
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
An overview of latte period archaeology2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 1-79
  • Mike T. Carson
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xintroduction to special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Estoria i latte: a story of latte2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 80-120
  • Andrew Laguana
  • Hiro Kurashina
  • James M. Bayman
  • John A. Peterson
  • Mike T. Carson
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
What's new and what's cooking in the latte period pots2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 121-47
  • Darlene R. Moore
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Running to stay in place: an adaptive escalation model for the latte period2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 148-82
  • Rosalind L. Hunter-Anderson
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Latte villages in Guam and the Marianas: monumentality or monumenterity?2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 183-208
  • John A. Peterson
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Two probable latte period agricultural sites in northern Guam: their plants, soils, and interpretations2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 209-57
  • Boyd Dixon
  • Harley Manner
  • Mohammad H. Golabi
  • Samuel Walker
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Latte household economic organization at Ritidian, Guam National Wildlife Refuge, Mariana Islands2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 258-73
  • David J. Doig
  • Hiro Kurashina
  • James M. Bayman
  • John A. Peterson
  • Mike T. Carson
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
An osteobiography of a remarkable protohistoric Chamorro man from Taga, Tinian2012 Micronesica 43 (2): 131-213
  • Gary M. Heathcote
  • Hajime Ishida
  • Vincent J. Sava
  • Vincent P. Diego
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279X
Household economy and gendered labor in the 17th century A.D. on Guam2012 Journal of field archaeology 37 (4): 259-69
  • David J. Doig
  • Hiro Kurashina
  • James M. Byaman
  • John A. Peterson
  • Mike T. Carson
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0093-4690
An osteobiography of a remarkable protohistoric Chamorro man from Taga, Tinian2012 Micronesica 43 (2)
  • Gary M. Heathcote
  • Hajime Ishida
  • Vincent J. Sava
  • Vincent P. Diego
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279X
Death rituals and identity in contemporary Guam (Mariana islands)2012 Journal of Pacific history 47 (4): 459-73
  • Alexandre Coello de la Rosa
  • David Atienza de Frutos
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Coastal environments, site formation processes, and the latte period: examples from Tinian, Mariana islands2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 274-305
  • Alex E. Morrison
  • H.D. Tuggle
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Looking to the future of latte research and Marianas regional archaeology2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 372-81
  • Mike T. Carson
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Bioarchaeology in Guam: current trends and conditions2012 Micronesica 42 (1/2): 306-11
  • Julie K. Euber
HY/KF [MICRONESICA-]0026-279Xin special issue 'Archaeological studies of the Latte period'
Fortress Guåhån: Chamorro nationalism, regional econoomic integration and US defence interests shape Guam's recent history2011 Journal of Pacific history 46 (3): 357-80
  • Frank Quimby
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Re-membering the past: photography, leprosy and the Chamorros of Guam, 1989-19242011 Journal of Pacific history 46 (3): 293-318
  • Anne Perez Hattori
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
A comparison of an inland Latte period community to coastal settlement patterns observed on southern Guam2011 People and culture in Oceania 27: 65-86
  • Boyd Dixon
  • Laura Gilda
*H6/KX [MAN-]1349-5380
Traditional Chamorro farming innovations during the Spanish and Philippine contact period on northern Guam2010 Philippine quarterly of culture and society 38 (4): 291-321
  • Boyd Dixon
  • Richard Schaefer
  • Todd McCurdy
H6/KX [PHILIPPINE-]0115-0243
The enigma of H. Costenoble - The long search for the author of Die Chamoro Sprache2009 Archipel (77): 21-5
  • Marlies Salazar
*H6/KX [ARCHIPEL-]0044-8613
Latte stones and carabaos - collecting in hybrid cultures. The Georg Fritz Collection from Mariana Islands, Micronesia2009 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 57: 25-40
  • Markus Schindlbeck
H6 [BAESSLER-]0005-3856
The politics of indigenous collaboration: the role of Chamorro interpreters in Japan's Pacific empire, 1914-452008 Journal of Pacific history 43 (2): 207-22
  • Keith L. Camacho
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Adoption is blood: understanding Chamorro poksai as Chamorro authenticity within racialized decolonization politics in Guam2008 Pacific studies 31 (3-4): 182-210
  • Laurel A. Monnig
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'Relative power: changing interpretations of fosterage and adoption in Pacific island societies'
Grandparenting among the Chamorros of Guam2007 Pacific studies 30 (3-4): 81-101
  • Vicki Torsch
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'Negotiating grandparenting: style and strategies in a changing Pacific'
Tumuge' påpa' (writing it down): Chamorro midwives and the delivery of native history2007 Pacific studies 30 (1-2): 20-32
  • Christine Taitano DeLisle
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596in special issue 'Women writing Oceania: weaving the sails of Vaka'
Fishing and fiestas in Guam: an exploratory note on the reinforcement of cultural traditions2006 Pacific studies 29 (3/4): 74-82
  • Donald H. Rubinstein
  • Stephen M. Vaughn
  • Thomas K. Pinhey
*H6/KX [PACIFIC-]0275-3596
Prehistoric Chamorro household activities and refuse disposal patterns on the Micronesian island of Tinian, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands2006 Micronesica 39 (1): 55-71
  • Boyd Dixon
  • Ephraim McDowell
  • Kanani Paraso
  • Tim Rieth
  • Tina Mangieri
H6/KX [MICRONESICA-]0026-279X
The recreation of Chamorro dance as observed through the Festival of Pacific Arts2002 Pacific arts 25: 47-63
  • Judy Flores
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in thematic issue 'The Eight Festival of Pacific Arts, Noumea, 2000'; with introduction by J Feldman, 1-4
Human spear points and speared humans: the procurement, manufacture, and use of bone implements in prehistoric Guam2002 Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 22 (6): 175-80
  • Judith R. McNeill
0156-1316in thematic issue 'Indo-Pacific prehistory: the Melaka papers: proceedings of the 16th Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association. Melaka, Malaysia 1 to 7 July 1998'
The Japanisation policy for the Chamorros of Guam, 1941-19442001 Journal of Pacific history 36 (1): 19-35
  • Wakako Higuchi
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
They also serve: Chamorro male fertility in the pre-World War II period1998 American journal of human biology 10 (1): 23-35
  • Jane H. Underwood
Skeletal biology of Apurguan: a precontact Chamorro site on Guam1997 American journal of physical anthropology 104 (3): 291-313
  • Michael Pietrusewsky
  • Michele Toomay Douglas
  • Rona M. Ikehara-Quebral
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]
On architecture and social power: some possible Philippine-Oceanic links1997 Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 16: 89-102
  • Connie Cox Bodner
Pious sites: Chamorro cultural history at the crossroads of church and state1992 Isla: a Journal of Micronesian studies 1 (1): 91-112
  • V M Diaz
Birth seasonality and the etiology of neurodegenerative diseases in the native population of Guam1992 American Journal of human biology 4 (3): 373-9
  • J H Underwood
Quiroga's letter to King Phillip V, 26 May 1720: a translation of the hitherto unpublished manuscript in the Archives General of the Indies, Seville [with introduction by MG Driver; Mariana islands]1992 Journal of Pacific history 27 (1): 98-106
  • M G translator Driver
  • y Lozada J de Quiroga
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]