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Banana brokers: communicative labor, translocal translation, and transnational law2019 Public culture 31 (1): 69-92
  • Matthew Canfield
H6/KF [PUBLIC-]0899-2363
Health as growth. Bananas, humanitarian biotech, and human-plant histories in Uganda2019 Medicine Anthropology Theory 6 (3): 29-53
  • Sandra Calkins
2405-691Xin special issue 'Measures of future health, from the nonhuman to the planetary'
Similarity of homegarden component species and their genetic distance between Tanzania and Indonesia2018 African study monographs supplementary issue 55: 51-84
  • Hirokazu Higuchi
  • Kanako Takata
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0286-9667in supplementary issue 'Resource vitalizing local societies in Tanzania'
Diversity of banana cultivars and their usages in the Papua New Guinea lowlands: A case study focusing on the kalapua subgroup2018 People and culture in Oceania 34: 55-78
  • Kagari Shikata-Yasuoka
  • Kaori Komatsu
  • Koichi Kitanishi
  • Shingo Odani
  • Yasuaki Sato
*H6/KX [MAN-]1349-5380
Knowledge, adoption and managerial perspectives of banana growing communities in Durg, Chhattisgarh, India2017 Journal of human ecology 59 (1): 10-19
  • Poonam
  • M. K. Jhariya
H6 [JOURNAL-]2456-6608
Agricultural innovation from above and from below: confrontation and integration on Rwanda's hills2014 African affairs 113 (450): 108-27
  • An Ansoms
  • Julie Van Damme
  • Philippe V. Baret
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Certification and neoliberal governance: moral economies of fair trade in the eastern Caribbean2014 American anthropologist 116 (1): 8-22
  • Mark Moberg
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
Plantain bananas and food changes in the Cameroons: from the village of Komou to the city of Yaoundé2013 Anthropologie et sociétés 37 (2): 155-71
  • Tite Ngoumou Mbarga
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0702-8997in thematic issue 'Glocalisation alimentaire'; English and Spanish summaries
Across the Indian Ocean: the prehistoric movement of plants and animals2011 Antiquity 85 (328): 544-58
  • Dorian Q. Fuller
  • Nicole Boivin
  • Robin Allaby
  • Tom Hoogervorst
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598Xin special section 'Recent research in Southeast Asia: a tribute to Peter Bellwood'
Urban food provisioning in Cameroon: regional banana plantain in networks linking Younde and the villages of Komou and Oban2010 Research in economic anthropology 30: 187-207
  • Tite Ngoumou
H6/KF [RESEARCH-]0190-1281in thematic issue 'Economic action in theory and practice: anthropological investigations'
Pre-Austronesian dispersal of banana cultivars west from New Guinea: linguistic relics from estern Indonesia2009 Archaeology in Oceania 44 (1): 18-28
  • Mark Donohue
  • Tim Denham
H6/KX [ARCHEOOLOGY-]0003-8121
Sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas) and banana (Musa sp.) microfossils in deposits from the Kona field system, island of Hawaii2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (5): 1115-26
  • Mark Horrocks
  • Robert B. Rechtman
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Horticultural experimentation in northern Australia reconsidered2009 Antiquity 83 (321): 634-48
  • Mark Donohue
  • Sara Booth
  • Tim Denham
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
A short note on banana (Musa) phytoliths in Lapita, immediately post-Lapita and modern period archaeological deposits from Vanuatu2009 Journal of archaeological science 36 (9): 2048-54
  • M. Horrocks
  • M. Spriggs
  • S. Bedford
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
A rare textile from the Indonesian islands2009 Asian textiles (43): 19-22
  • Anne-Solène Rolland
The banana plant and the moon: conservation and the Malagasy ethos of life in Masoala, Madagascar2008 American ethnologist 35 (4): 650-64
  • Eva Keller
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496
Pacific bananas: complex origins, multiple dispersals?2008 Asian perspectives 47 (1): 75-94
  • Jean Kennedy
H6/KE [ASIAN-]0066-8435in special issue 'Maritime migration and colonization in Indo-Pacific prehistory'
After bananas: the IMF and the politics of stabilisation and diversification in Dominica2008 Bulletin of Latin American research 27 (3): 317-32
  • Anthony Payne
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050
Traditional Marquesan agriculture and subsistence: cultivation and processing of specific agricultural products. Part II of IV2007 Rapa Nui journal 21 (1): 33-57
  • David J. Addison
*H6/KX [RAPA NUI-]1040-1385
Africa's earliest bananas2006 Archaeology 59 (5): 25-9
  • Peter Robertshaw
*H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]0003-8113
Africa's earliest bananas?2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (1): 102-13
  • B. Julius Lejju
  • David Taylor
  • Peter Robertshaw
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Differentiating banana phytoliths: wild and edible Musa acuminata and Musa balbisiana2006 Journal of archaeological science 33 (9): 1228-36
  • E. De Langhe
  • I. van den Hauwe
  • J. Manwaring
  • L. Vrydaghs
  • T. Ball
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Fair trade and eastern Caribbean banana farmers: rhetoric and reality in the anti-globalization movement2005 Human organization 64 (1): 4-15
  • Mark Moberg
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259in thematic section 'Contracts, commerce, and chemicals: issues facing farmers and farmworkers'
The initial history of bananas in Africa. A reply to Vansina, Azania, 20032005 Azania 40: 128-35
  • C. Mbida
  • H. Dautrelepont
  • L. Vrydaghs
  • Ro Swennen
  • Ru Swennen
H6/KY [AZANIA-]0067-270Xsee 'Bananas in Camerooon c. 500 BCE? Not proven' by J Vansina in Azania 2003, (38): 174-6
New evidence and revised interpretations of early agriculture in highland New Guinea2004 Antiquity 78 (302): 839-57
  • Carol Lentfer
  • Simon Haberle
  • Tim Denham
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Bananas in Cameroun c. 500 BCE? Not proven2003 Azania 38: 174-6
  • Jan Vansina
H6/KY 'AZANIA-'0067-270X
Subsistence ecology of the slash and mulch cultivating method: empirical study in the Great Papuan Plateau of Papua New Guinea2002 People and culture in Oceania 18: 45-63
  • Shingo Odani
Differentiation of subsistence farming patterns among the Haya banana growers in northwestern Tanzania2002 African study monographs 23 (4): 147-75
  • Satoshi Maruo
The bamboo raft as a key to [the] introduction of the sweet potato in prehistoric Polynesia2001 Journal of Pacific history 36 (1): 51-76
  • Robert Langdon
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Evidence for banana cultivation and animal husbandry during the first millennium BC in the forest of southern Cameroon2000 Journal of archaeological science 27 (2): 151-62
  • Christophe M. Mbida
  • Hugues Doutrelepont
  • Luc Vrydaghs
  • Wim van Neer
Bananas, are they the quintessential health food ? A global /local perspective1997 Human organization 56 (4): 437-49
  • Susan L. Andreatta
The banana as a key to early American and Polynesian history1993 Journal of Pacific history 28 (1): 15-35
  • R Langdon