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Durable inequality in Aztec society2021 Journal of anthropological research 77 (2): 162-86
  • Michael E. Smith
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
The process of complex societies: dynamic models beyond site-size hierarchies2021 World archaeology 53 (1): 122-36
  • Monica L. Smith
H6/KE [WORLD-]1470-1375in special issue 'Process archaeology'
Resilience and vulnerability to climate change in the Greek dark ages2021 Journal of anthropological archaeology 61: 1-14
  • A. Nuevo-López
  • M. Vidal Cordasco
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Thinking through monuments: Levantine monuments as technologies of community-scale motivated social cognition2021 Cambridge archaeological journal 31 (3): 401-17
  • Timothy Hogue
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
States without archaeological correlates? A report from Hawai‘i2021 Journal of Pacific archaeology 12 (1): 47-71
  • James M. Bayman
  • Thomas S. Dye
  • Timothy M. Rieth
H6/KE [NEW-]1179-4704
Coastally-adapted: a developing model for coastal Paleoindian sites on the North American eastern continental shelf2021 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 16 (1-4): 150-69
  • Shawn Joy
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894in special issue 'Submerged prehistory in the Americas'
Rock art images and archaeological models. Towards a contextualization of the petroglyphs in the Curi-Leuvú basin. North of Neuquén, Patagonia Argentina2020 Chungará 52 (1): 23-40
  • Fernando Emmanuel Vargas
H6/KUL [CHUNGARA-]0716-1182English summary
Fogones, combustible óseo y procesamiento faunístico en el sitio de Huencú Nazar (sistema lagunar Hinojo-Las Tunas, región pampeana, Argentina): implicancias para el uso del espacio por cazadores-recolectores2020 Latin American antiquity 31 (3): 515-37
  • Nahuel A. Scheifler
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635English summary
Archaeology and the silk road model2020 World archaeology 52 (4): 619-38
  • Sara Ann Knutson
H6/KE [WORLD-]1470-1375
The seminar of Lake Kingdoms in the Titicaca basin, 19732020 Taltalia: Revista del Museo Augusto Capdeville Rojas 13: 73-91
  • Mario Rivera
2452-5944English summary
Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 284-94
  • Lynley A. Wallis
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
Change and decay in all around I see … but shine through the gloom2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 295-6
  • Sandra Bowdler
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
We don't have as much agency as you think2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 297-8
  • Andrew Fairbairn
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Disrupting what, whose Country, whose paradise?2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 299-301
  • GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation
  • Bruno David
  • Joanna Fresløv
  • Russell Mullett
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Development of discipline creates polarities in practice and views2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 302-3
  • Sam Harper
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Putting the social back into archaeology2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 304-5
  • Jesse Hodgetts
  • Sharon Hodgetts
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
‘Disrupting paradise’: changing pedagogy, practice and specialisations into a collaborative venture to ensure Australian archaeology has a future2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 306-8
  • Jo McDonald
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
A comment on the disruption...2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 309-10
  • Lynn Meskell
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Using communities of practice to build a resilient archaeological discipline in Australia2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 311-12
  • Georgia Roberts
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Thoughts of a CHM generalist2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 313-14
  • Michael Slack
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Research analytics and the corporatisation of Australian universities: driving quantity but not quality?2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 315-17
  • Chris Wilson
  • Claire Smith
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Paradise disrupted?2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 318-19
  • Peter White
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417comments on 'Disrupting paradise: has Australian archaeology lost its way?' by L A Wallis see this issue, 284-94
Response2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 320-1
  • Lynley A. Wallis
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417response to comments see this issue, 295-319
Excising culture history from contemporary archaeology2020 Journal of anthropological archaeology 60: 1-13
  • Gary M. Feinman
  • Jill E. Neitzel
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
The paradox of the long term: human evolution and entanglement2020 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 26 (2): 389-411
  • Ian Hodder
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Modelling mortuary populations at local and regional levels2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 240-61
  • Györgyi Parditka
  • Julia I. Giblin
  • László Paja
  • Paul R. Duffy
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Pottery trade and the formation of early and middle Formative style horizons as seen from Central Mexico2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 30 (2): 311-37
  • Deborah L. Nichols
  • Wesley D. Stoner
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361in special section 'Before Teotihuacan—Altica, exchange, interactions, and the origins of complex society in the northeast basin of Mexico'; Spanish summary
Using polygons to model maritime movement in antiquity2019 Journal of archaeological science 111: 1-19
  • Henry Chapman
  • Matthew Harpster
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Holocene faunal procurement and species response to climate change in the Ohio River valley2019 North American archaeologist 40 (4): 192-235
  • Kenneth B. Tankersley
  • Nichelle Lykle
*H6/KE [NORTH-]0197-6931
Late Holocene human expansion into near and remote Ocania: a Bayesian model of the chronologies of the Mariana Islands and Bismark archipelago2019 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 14 (1-4): 5-16
  • J. Stephen Athens
  • Timonthy M. Rieth
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894in special issue 'The complexities of dating island and coastal settlements'
Trypillia megasites in context: independent urban development in Chalcolithic Eastern Europe2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 30 (1): 97-121
  • Bisserka Gaydarska
  • John Chapman
  • Marco Nebbia
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Reevaluation of Basketmaker II origins2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 56: 1-19
  • Joan Brenner Coltrain
  • Joel C. Janetski
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Building communities. Presenting a model of community formation and organizational complexity in southwestern Anatolia2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 56: 1-13
  • Dries Daems
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
A Bayesian approach to Andean faunal assemblages2019 Latin American antiquity 30 (2): 354-72
  • Jo Osborn
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
Telling stories about the past – theory and method in Australian archaeology2019 Australian archaeology 85 (3): 252-55
  • Catherine J. Frieman
  • Jacqueline M. Matthews
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417introduction to thematic section 'Arch theory Down Under'
Aboriginal stone artefacts and Country: dynamism, new meanings, theory, and heritage2019 Australian archaeology 85 (3): 256-66
  • Steve Brown
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in thematic section 'Arch theory Down Under'
Touching grindstones in archaeological and cultural heritage practice: materiality, affect and emotion in settler-colonial Australia2019 Australian archaeology 85 (3): 267-78
  • Belinda G. Liebelt
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in thematic section 'Arch theory Down Under'
‘Last drinks at the Hibernian’: practice-led research into art and archaeology2019 Australian archaeology 85 (3): 279-94
  • Tracy Ireland
  • Ursula K. Frederick
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in thematic section 'Arch theory Down Under'
Following the Franklin: using film footage ethnographically to study archaeological practice in Tasmania2019 Australian archaeology 85 (3): 295-307
  • Kelly D. Wiltshire
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417in thematic section 'Arch theory Down Under'
The use of predictive models in geographic information systems to locate Inca road sections between the Lerma valley and the Escoipe quebrada, Salta, Argentina2019 Anales de arqueología y etnología 74 (2): 107-26
  • Pablo Mignone
H6/KUL [MENDOZA. Universidad Nacional de Cuyo. Instituto de Etnografia Americana. Anales]2591-3093in thematic issue 'Arqueometría: contribuciones teórico-metodológicas y casos aplicados'; English summary
Earliest pottery in Eurasia continent2019 Archeologické rozhledy 71 (4): 589-614
  • Alžběta Pchálková
  • Ivan Pavlů
  • Tereza Machová
Low-density urbanism in the Maya lowlands: the case of El Perú-Waka’, Petén, Guatemala2019 Estudios de cultura maya 54: 11-42
  • Alexander Rivas
  • Damien B. Marken
  • Erika Maxson
  • Matthew Ricker
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0185-2574English summary
Becoming gendered in European prehistory: was neolithic gender fundamentally different?2018 American antiquity 83 (1): 128-47
  • John Robb
  • Oliver J.T. Harris
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Modeling relationships between space, movement, and lithic geometric attributes2018 American antiquity 83 (3): 444-61
  • Benjamin Davies
  • Patricia C. Fanning
  • Simon J. Holdaway
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Alfred W. Bowers' History of the Mandan and Hidatsa: a significant resource for Plains anthropology2018 Plains anthropologist 63 (246): 113-33
  • Calvin Grinnell
  • Norman A. Bowers
  • Stanely A. Ahler
  • Thomas D. Thiessen
  • William Green
H6/KUB [PLAINS-]0032-0447
Urbanism and the middle class: co-emergent phenomena in the world's first cities2018 Journal of anthropological research 74 (3): 299-326
  • Monica L. Smith
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Archaeology as bearing witness2018 American anthropologist 120 (3): 535-48
  • Barbara L. Voss
  • Christopher Hernandez
  • Koji Lau-Ozawa
  • Mark W. Hauser
  • Randall H. McGuire
  • Reinhard Bernbeck
  • Sonya Atalay
  • Susan Pollock
  • Uzma Z. Rizvi
  • Whitney Battle-Baptiste
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
Imperial resource management at the ancient Maya city of Tikal: a resilience model of sustainability and collapse2018 Journal of anthropological archaeology 52: 113-22
  • David L. Lentz
  • Liwy Grazioso
  • Nicholas P. Dunning
  • Vernon L. Scarborough
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165in special section 'Archaeologies of empire and environment'
An appraisal of Gordon Willey's Prehistoric settlement patterns in the Viru Valley, Peru2018 Kaogu Xuebao (2): 263-74
  • Chun Chen
H6/KE [KAOGU XUEBAO-]0453-2902English summary
Putting new francophone archaeology on the Pacific map: current work of early-career researchers in 'archéologie océaniste'2018 Archaeology in Oceania 53 (2): 103-15
  • Arnaud Noury
  • Aymeric Hermann
  • Emilie Dotte-Sarout
  • Emilie Nolet
  • Guillaume Molle
  • Hinanui Cauchois
  • Jean-Marie Wadrawane
  • Louis Lagarde
  • Mathieu Leclerc
  • Michel Charleux
  • Stéphanie Domergue
  • Tamara Maric
  • Vahine Ahuura Rurua
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121French summary