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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
“Caring for our affairs ourselves”: Stockbridge Mohican women and Indian education in early America2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 434-76
  • Kallie M. Kosc
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Life in the weather-world: examining an eighteenth-century 'ecological perspective'2017 World archaeology 48 (4): 596-602
  • Toby Pillatt
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Archaeology and environmental ethics'
In memoriam: Shelagh Marjorie Willet (1.12.1931-10.6.2015)2016 Botswana notes and records 47: 184-5
  • Gudrun H Weeks
  • Sheldon G Weeks
*H6/KY [BOTSWANA-]0525-5090
Ammon Hennacy and the Hopi traditionalist movement: roots of the counterculture's favourite Indians2016 Journal of the Southwest 58 (1): 135-88
  • Brian D. Heley
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-]0894-8410
(Dis)armed friendship: impacts of colonial ideology on early Quaker attitudes toward American Indians2015 Culture and religion 16 (3): 308-26
  • Barbara Heather
  • Marianne O. Bielsen
H6/KFO [SCOTTISH-]1475-5610
Transition as normative: British Quakerism as liquid religion2014 Journal of contemporary religion 29 (2): 287-301
  • Peter Collins
  • Pink Dandelion
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903
Practicing and preaching Quakerism: creating a religion of peace on a slavery-era plantation2014 American anthropologist 116 (1): 94-109
  • John M. Chenoweth
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
Doukhobor 'freedom seeker' nudism: exploring the sociocultural roots2013 Culture and religion 14 (2): 131-45
  • Veronika Makarova
H6/KFO [SCOTTISH-]1475-5610
Prayerful silence and creative response in twenty-first-century monasticism2013 Culture and religion 14 (3): 268-88
  • Amanda J. Haste
H6/KFO [SCOTTISH-]1475-5610
Quaker ideology, colonialism and American Indian education2013 Culture and religion 14 (3): 289-304
  • Barbara Heather
  • Marianne O. Nielsen
H6/KFO [SCOTTISH-]1475-5610
Why some black lodges prospered and others failed: the Good Templars and the True Reformers2013 Ethnic and racial studies 36 (2): 337-52
  • David M. Fahey
H6/KD [ETHNIC-]0141-9870in special issue 'Blood and shadow: race and ethnicity in secret and exclusive associations'
The Quaker journey and the framing of corporate and personal belief2012 Ethos 40 (3): 277-96
  • Douglas A. Kline
H6/KH [ETHOS-]0091-2131in special issue " The dynamics of belief and experience: cultural and psychological responses across religious traditions"
"Listening to Quaker silence"2011 Anthropologie et sociétés 35 (3): 233-50
  • Josiane Massard-Vincent
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0702-8997English and Spanish summaries
From the asylum and the madhouse to one's own home2011 Konteksty 65 (2/3): 294-8, 380
  • Katarzyna Prot
H6/KVM [POLSKA-]1230-6142English summary
Social identity, material culture, and the archaeology of religion: Quaker practices in context2009 Journal of social archaeology 9 (3): 319-40
  • John M. Chenoweth
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Penn's peaceable kingdon: Shangri-la revisited2009 Ethnohistory 56 (4): 651-67
  • Dawn Marsh
The shakes: conditions of tremor2008 Senses and society 3 (2): 205-20
  • Steven Connor
H6 [SENSES-]only ISBNin special issue 'Vibratory movements'
"No place to go": the Thomas Indian School and the "forgotten" Indian children of New York2007 Wicazo Sa review 22 (2): 93-110
  • Keith R. Burich
*H6/KUB [WICAZO-]0749-6427
The Quaker way: ethical labor and humanitarian relief2007 American ethnologist 34 (4): 689-705
  • Ilana Feldman
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496in thematic section 'Religious work and ethical labor'
A little school, a reservation divided: Quaker education and Allegany Seneca leadership in early American republic2006 American Indian culture and research journal 30 (3): 1-21
  • Mark A. Nicholas
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0161-6463
Quaker bonnets and the erotic feminine in American popular culture2006 Material religion 2 (2): 174-203
  • Jennifer I. Connerley
H6/KFO [MATERIAL-]1743-2200
Implicit conservatism in liberal religion: British Quakers as an 'uncertain sect'2004 Journal of contemporary religion 19 (2): 219-29
  • Pink Dandelion
H6/KFO [JOURNAL-]1353-7903
Habitus and the storied self: religious faith and practice as a dynamic means of consolidating identities2002 Culture and religion 3 (2): 147-61
  • Peter J. Collins
Sitting in silence: self, emotion, and tradition in the genesis of a charismatic ministry2002 Ethos 29 (4): 430-52
  • Albert Schrawers
Discipline: the codification of Quakerism as orthopraxy, 1650-17382002 History and anthropology 13 (2): 79-92
  • Peter Collins
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206
Those who leave and those who feel left: the complexity of Quaker disaffiliation2002 Journal of contemporary religion 17 (2): 213-28
  • Pink Dandelion
How cultures remember: traditions of the James Bay Cree and of Canadian Quakers2000 Papers of the Algonquian conference 31: 301-9
  • Richard J. Preston
Post-modern pilgrimage: a Quaker ritual1999 Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford 30 (1): 21-34
  • Kathleen Thomas
New York Quakers among the Brotherton, Stockbridge, Oneida, and Onondaga, 1795-18341992 Man in the northeast 44: 83-93
  • C Densmore