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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Dorset, Norse, or Thule? Technological transfers, marine mammal contamination, and AMS dating of spun yarn and textiles from the eastern Canadian Arctic2018 Journal of archaeological science 96: 162-74
  • Gøril Nilsen
  • Kevin P. Smith
  • Michèle Hayeur Smith
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Rethinking cultural hybridity and technology transfer: SEM microstructural analysis of lead glazed ceramics from early colonial Peru2017 Journal of archaeological science 82: 17-30
  • Bill Sillar
  • Jeffrey Quilter
  • Karen L. Privat
  • Parker VanValkenburgh
  • Sarah J. Kelloway
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Swiss(ness) made in (greater) China2016 Tsantsa 21: 144-9
  • Hervé Munz
H6/KF [TSANTSA-]1420-7834
Medieval workshop of an alchemist, jeweller and glassmaker in Bilyar, Volga Bulgaria (middle Volga region, Russian Federation)2016 Památky archeologické 107: 237-78
  • Svetlana Valiulina
H6/KE [PAMATKY-]0031-0506Czech summary
The production and circulation of indigenous lead-glazed ceramics in northern Peru during Spanish colonial times2015 Journal of archaeological science 61: 172-85
  • Jeffrey Quilter
  • Laure Dussubieux
  • Michael D. Glascock
  • Parker VanValkenburgh
  • Sarah J. Kelloway
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
The community of the Theory of Inventive Problem Solving: the logic and ethic of the Soviet inventor2012 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 3: 29-46
  • Zinaida Sergeevna Vasil'eva
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415in special section 'Anthropology of organizations and networks communities'; English summary
The role of user communities in the development and dissemination of technological innovations2012 Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 3: 88-104
  • Natal'ia Viktorovna Bogatyr'
H6/KVY [ETNOGRAFICHESKOE-]0869-5415in special section 'Anthropology of organizations and networks communities'; English summary
Contacts between Central European and Aegean societies in the second millennium BC. Archaeological and chronometrical analysis2011 Folia praehistorica posnaniensia 16: 407-15
  • Paulina Suchowska-Ducke
H6/KE [FOLIA-]0239-8524English summary
New AMS-dates for the Upper Volga Mesolithic and the origin of microblade technology in Europe2010 Quartar 57: 155-69
  • Mikhail Zhilin
  • Sönke Hartz
  • Thomas Terberger
H6/KE [QUARTAR-]0375-7471German summary
Paper modernity? Notes on an Iranian industrial tour, 18182008 Iran 46: 277-84
  • Nile Green
H6/KWJ [IRAN-]0578-6967
How far east does the Eurasian metallurgical tradition extend?2005 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 4: 25-35
  • K. M. Linduff
H6/KVY [SOVETSKAYA-]0869-6063English summary
Indigenous voices at the table. Restoring local decision-making on protected areas2004 Cultural survival quarterly 28 (1): 23-7
  • Joji Carino
0740-3291in thematic issue 'Protected areas'
Low-fired earthenwares in the African diaspora: problems and prospects2003 International journal of historical archaeology 7 (1): 67-98
  • Christopher R. DeCorse
  • Mark W. Hauser
1092-7697
Technological transfer at the periphery of the Mycenaean world: the cases of Mycenaean pottery found in central Macedonia (Greece) and the plain of Sybaris (Italy)2003 Archaeometry 45 (2): 263-84
  • J. Buxeda i Garrigós
  • R. E. Jones
  • S. T. Levi
  • V. Kilikoglou
  • Y. Maniatis
0003-813X
Technology transfer in Singapore/Malaya during the colonial period: some further comments2003 Journal of the Malaysian branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 76 (2): 81-5
  • John H. Drabble
0128-5483
Les institutions de développement: un cosmopolitisme professionnel2003 Tsantsa 8: 88-99
  • Jean-Pierre Olivier de Sardan
1420-7834in thematic section 'Figures du cosmopolitisme/formen von Kosmopolitismus'; English summary
The relationship between enamelling in ceramics and on glass in the Islamic world2002 Archaeometry 44 (2): 251-5
  • I. C. Freestone
0003-813X
Predisposition toward adoption of open ocean aquaculture by northern New England's inshore, commercial fishermen2002 Human organization 61 (3): 240-51
  • Robert A. Robertson
  • Torene Tango-Lowy
0018-7259
Safavid blue and white bowls and the Chinese connection2002 Iran 40: 257-63
  • Yolande Crowe
0578-6967
Traditional Vietnam's incorporation of external cultural and technical contributions: ambivalence and ambiguity2002 Southeast Asian studies 40 (4): 444-58
  • Nguyen The Anh
0563-8682
Medieval Armenian ornamental arts as a means of securing national textile technologies2002 Istoriko-filologicheskiy zhurnal 160 (3): 161-86
  • Lusine Mkhitarian
  • Sof'ia Galfaian
0135-0536English and Russian summaries
Casting moulds from D'iakovo hillfort2002 Rossiiskaia arkheologiia 4: 90-110
  • E. IU. Tavlintseva
  • N. A. Krenke
0869-6063in issue dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Artemii Vladimirovich Artsikhovskii; English summary
Anthropology, ergonomics, and technology transfers: some methodological perspectives in light of a Guinean project2001 Practicing anthropology 23 (4): 23-7
  • Philippe Geslin
qH6 [PRACTICING-]0888-4552in thematic issue 'International perspectives on disasters and technological exchanges'
Motor skills and the learning process: the conservation of cordage final twist direction in communities of practice2001 Journal of anthropological research 57 (4): 381-405
  • C. Jill Minar
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710in thematic issue 'Learning and craft production'
Communities of practice in the early pottery traditions of the American Southeast2001 Journal of anthropological research 57 (4): 407-25
  • Kenneth E. Sassaman
  • Wictoria Rudolphi
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710in thematic issue 'Learning and craft production'
Learning from the toconceños pottery makers: ceramic tradition and technology2001 Chungará 34 (2): 225-52
  • Varinia Varela Guarda
0716-1182English summary
Safavid potters' marks and the question of provenance2001 Iran 39: 207-36
  • Lisa Golombek
  • Patty Proctor
  • Robert B. Mason
0578-6967
Khmer pottery making in Chanlak Dai, southern Cambodia2000 Anthropological Science 108 (1): 1-19
  • Yasushi Kojo
0918-7960
Technological change in medieval England: a critique of the Neo-Maltusian argument2000 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 144 (4): 397-449
  • Harry Kitsikopoulos
H6 [AMERICAN-]
Implications of prehistoric obsidian transfer in southern Polynesia2000 Bulletin of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association 20 (4): 117-23
  • Atholl Anderson
0156-1316in thematic issue 'Indo-Pacific prehistory: the Melaka papers'
La influencia de la transferencia tecnológica en los procesos de 'erosión' cultural, genocidio y etnicodio, en los projectos de salud y agricultura de los valles de Cochabamba1999 Reunión anual de etnología 13 (1): 357-69
  • Adelino Delgado Benavidez
Transfer of technology: the Nigerian case1999 West African journal of archaeology 29 (1/2): 207-14
  • A. Ikechukwu Okpoko
0331-3158conclusion to special issue 'Africa's indigenous technology with particular reference to Nigeria'
Some experience of diffusion-adoption in rural societies1998 South Asian anthropologist 19 (1): 31-6
  • Bhola Nath Ghosh
Sustainable energy for community development1997 Development bulletin 41: 19-21
  • Stephen Bygrave
In the eyes of the apprentice: stages of learning and insertion among the Moose smiths of1996 Techniques et cultures 28: 9-47, 233, 235
  • Bruno Martinelli
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016in special issue 'Knowledge and learning'; English and Spanish summaries
Appropriate technologies in sub-Saharan Africa1991 Africana bulletin 38: 67-81
  • R Piasecki
Recherche et développement: confrontation ou accord?1985 Bulletin de l'Association française des Anthropologues 20: 43-7
  • R Cresswell