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Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 3-10
  • Laurent Jérôme
  • Sulvie Poirier
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137introduction to special issue
Witamowikok, "telling" Atikamekw Nihorowisiw land today. Territories of orality and aboriginal new media2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 11-22, 154-5
  • Laurent Jérôme
  • Vicky Veilleux
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'; Attikamek, English, and Spanish summaries
The contemporary territorial governance of Nitaskinan: tradition, adaptation, and flexibility2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 23-33, 156
  • Nicolas Houde
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'; Attikamek, English, and Spanish summaries
Cooptation and resistance in collaborative forest planning in Québec: the case of Atikamekw Nehirowisiw and the "Tables GIRT"2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 35-47, 157
  • Jean-Fançois Fortier
  • Stephen Wyatt
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'; Attikamek, English, and Spanish summaries
Nehirowisiw Kiskeritamowina: acquisition, utilization and transmission of skills and knowledge in a world of hunters2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 49-59, 157-8
  • Benoit Éthier
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'; Attikamek, English, and Spanish summaries
The contemporary occupation of Nitaskinan by the Nehirowisiwok of Wemotaci2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 61-72, 158-9
  • Stephen Wyatt
  • Yvon Chilton
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'; Attikamek, English, and Spanish summaries
Atikamekw Kinokewin, the "living memory": an assessment of participatory research in an indigenous context2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 73-83, 159-60
  • Sylvie Poirier
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'; Attikamek, English, and Spanish summaries
Tapiskwan sipi (la rivière Saint-Maurice)2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 85-93
  • Societé d'Histoire Atikamekw (Nehirowisiw Kitci Atisokan)
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'
Entretien avec Athanase Jacob (1907-1986), Manawan. Realisé à Manawan, le 10 juin 1981, par Antoine Quitish2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 95-104
  • Societé d'Histoire Atikamekw (Nehirowisiw Kitci Atisokan)
  • Antoine Quitish interv
  • Athanase Jacob
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137interview with Athanase Jacob in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'
Entretien avec César Newashish (1902-1994), Manawan. Realisé à Manawan, le 2 juin 1981, par Albert Dubé2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 104-7
  • Societé d'Histoire Atikamekw (Nehirowisiw Kitci Atisokan)
  • Albert Dubé interv
  • César Newashish
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137interview with César Newashish in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'
Entretien avec Guillaume-Charles Weizineau (1929-2006), Opitciwan. Realisé à Opitciwan, en 1981, par Jean-Pierre Mattawa2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 104-7
  • Societé d'Histoire Atikamekw (Nehirowisiw Kitci Atisokan)
  • Guillaume-Charles Weizineau
  • Jean-Pierre Mattawa interv
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137interview with Guillaume-Charles Weizineau in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'
Construire notre avenir en misant sur notre héritage ancestral2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 115-17
  • Éva Ottawa
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'
Entrevue avec Constant Awashish Grand Chef du Conseil de la Nation Atikamekw2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 119-21
  • Constant Awashish
  • Pierre Trudel interv
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137interview with Constant Awashish in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'
Genèse atikamekw du Wapikoni mobile2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 119-21
  • Manon Barbeau
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'
Aboriginal territories and property in new France: II - the management of hunting districts2104 Recherches amérindiennes au Québec 44 (1): 129-36, 160-1
  • Michel Morin
H6/KUB [RECHERCHES-]0318-4137in special issue 'Les Atikamekw Nehirowisiwok: territorialités et savoirs'; Attikamek, English, and Spanish summaries
Performing the 'India Permitida': the counter-gift of indigenous women targeted by a corporate social responsibility programme (Chile)2021 Bulletin of Latin American research 40 (2): 172-87
  • Anahy Gajardo
*H6/KUL [BULLETIN-]0261-3050in special section 'Articulating gender and resource extraction in Latin America'
Mixtec and Zapotec adolescents in Santa Maria, California, United States2021 Anales de antropología 55 (1): 31-8
  • Magdalena Barros Nock
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225in special issue 'Migración, retorno e infancia. Retos y necesidades para el estudio de la movilidad', with introduction by M Rodríguez-Cruz, 7-8; English summary
The representation of indigenous peoples in the Archaeology and Ethnography rooms in Tecnópolis (Argentina): experiences from university outreach2021 Anales de antropología 55 (1): 131-42
  • María Eugenia San Miguel
  • Paula Daniela Funes
  • Rocío Montserrat Míguez Palacio
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225English summary
Paper numbers: the Colombian government´s accountability to justice as a way of complying incompliantly2021 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (42): 3-27
  • Valentina Pellegrino
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XEnglish and Portuguese summaries
Colonial metaphors: symbolic approaches to the Chaco tierra adentro2021 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (42): 85-106
  • Carina P. Lucaioli
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485XEnglish and Portuguese summaries
“Mas amas diehtá maid oarri borrá?”: Contesting sustainability in Sápmi2021 Journal of American folklore 134 (531): 53-78
  • Tim Fandy
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751
Finding archaeological relevance during a pandemic and what comes after2021 American antiquity 86 (1): 2-22
  • Anna Marie Prentiss
  • Barbara J. Mills
  • Cheryl Claassen
  • Christopher B. Rodning
  • Douglas Bamforth
  • Douglas J. Kennett
  • Jelmer W. Eerkens
  • Kelley Hays-Gilpin
  • Lynn H. Gamble
  • Matthew J. Liebmann
  • Natasha Lyons
  • Patricia M. Lambert
  • Stephen W. Silliman
  • Susan M. Alt
  • Torben C. Rick
  • Tsim D. Schneider
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Indigenous experience and national positioning: citizen struggles of Bolivian migrants in the city of La Plata, Argentina2021 Antipoda: revista de antropología y arqueología (43): 143-65
  • Federico Rodrigo
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0124-485Xin special issue 'Migraciones transnacionales y recursos creativos en tiempos de crisis: construyendo futuros posibles'; English and Portuguese summaries
Chimalpahin’s Nahua authority: modifying a Spanish account of the conquest of Mexico2021 Ethnohistory 68 (1): 103-23
  • Veronica Rodriguez
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]1527-5477
Conceiving of the end of the world: Christian doctrine and Nahua perspectives in the sermonary of Juan Bautista Viseo2021 Ethnohistory 68 (1): 125-45
  • Stephanie Schmidt
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]1527-5477
Medicine, midwifery, and the law: views of infanticide and abortion in the Yucatán, 1840–19102021 Mexican studies 37 (1): 61-92
  • Nora E. Jaffray
*H6/KUL [MEXICAN-]1533-8320Spanish summary
From progressive extractivism to phytosocialism: trees, bodies, and discrepant phytocommunicabilities in a mysterious epidemic2021 Ethnos 86 (2): 207-27
  • Charles L. Briggs
H6 [ETHNOS-]1469-588Xin special issue 'Semiotics of plant-human sociality'
Ayahuasca and Arabidopsis: the philosopher plant and the scientist’s specimen2021 Ethnos 86 (2): 245-72
  • Ruth Goldstein
H6 [ETHNOS-]1469-588Xin special issue 'Semiotics of plant-human sociality'
Do berries listen? Berries as indicators, ancestors, and agents in Canada's Oil Sands region2021 Ethnos 86 (2): 273-94
  • Janelle Marie Baker
H6 [ETHNOS-]1469-588Xin special issue 'Semiotics of plant-human sociality'
Replaying colonialism: indigenous national sovereignty andits limits in strategic videogames2021 American Indian quarterly 45 (1): 33-55
  • Marc James Carpenter
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
War, wampum, and recognition: Algonquin transborder political activism during the early twentieth century, 1919–19312021 American Indian quarterly 45 (1): 56-79
  • Dennis Leo Fisher
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
The path and the walk: historical sources of the Rarámuri from the Sierra Tarahumara, Mexico2021 Revista de antropología (São Paulo) 64 (1): 1-21
  • María Isabel Martínez Ramírez
H6/KUL [REVISTA-]0034-7701in special issue 'Heterogeneidades narrativas na antropologia contemporânea: perspectivas latino-americanas'; English summary
Overflow: the experience of an escalating chi’xi revolution in Bolivia2021 History and anthropology 32 (1): 116-28
  • Helene Risør
H6 [HISTORY-]1477-2612in special issue 'Ethnographies of escalation'
The nation under tutelage, from the point of view of the frontier2021 Mana 27 (1): 1-31
  • João Pacheco de Oliveira
H6/KUL [MANA-]1678-4944English and Spanish summaries
Beyond helplessness: orphanhood and leadership among the Bora of the Colombian Amazon2021 Mana 27 (1): 1-33
  • Maria Luisa Lucas
H6/KUL [MANA-]1678-4944English and Spanish summaries
Indigenization, institutions, and imperatives: perspectives on reconciliation from the CSA decolonization sub-committee2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (1): 105-17
  • Jeff Denis
  • Rima Wilkes
  • Rochelle Côté
  • Vanessa Watts
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
From sorcery to laboratory: pandemics and Yanyuwa experiences of viral vulnerability2021 Oceania 91 (1): 64-85
  • Adrianne Friday
  • Amanda Kearney
  • Colleen Charlie
  • Dinah Norman
  • Gloria Friday
  • Graham Friday
  • Jemima Miller
  • Joanne Miller
  • John Bradley
  • Leonard Norman
  • Lettie Norman
  • Marlene Timothy
  • Mavis Timothy
  • Noeleen Raggett
  • Peggy Mawson
  • Rhoda Hammer
  • Warren Timothy
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Cherry River: where the rivers meet2021 Nka: journal of contemporary African art (48): 112-30
  • Mary Ellen Strom
  • Shane Doyle
H6/KY [NKA-]1075-7163in special issue 'Okwui Enwezor: the art of curating'
Linguistic lives as working lives: conducting lingual life histories for the labor movement2021 Journal of anthropological research 77 (1): 52-66
  • Sonya Rao
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710in special issue 'Lingual life histories'
Articulating lingual life histories and language ideological assemblages: indigenous activists within the North Fork Mono and Village of Tewa Communities2021 Journal of anthropological research 77 (1): 83-102
  • Paul V. Kroskrity
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710in special issue 'Lingual life histories'
About failures and relative successes. Technique, politics and ontology in animal husbandry projects in indigenous villages in the Amazon2021 Runa: archivo para la ciencias del hombre 42 (1): 391-407
  • Felipe Vander Velden
0325-1217English and Portuguese summaries
Violations of the health rights of isolated and recently contacted indigenous peoples in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 106-38
  • Beatriz de Almeida Matos
  • Bruno Pereira
  • Carolina Ribeiro Santana
  • Fabrício Amorim
  • Leonardo Lenin Covezzi do Val Santos
  • Lucas Cravo de Oliveira
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Spanish summaries
Where are we going to take our ill? Narratives of two Awajún leaders about COVID-19, Concorcanqui, Amazonas2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 151-68
  • Cynthia Cardenas Palacios
  • Lucero Reymundo Dámaso
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Portuguese summaries
The jungle without forests. Story about gold, deforestation and COVID-19 among the Arakbut from a native community in Madre de Dios2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 169-86
  • Lucero Reymundo Dámaso
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Portuguese summaries
Kurunabirus. An Urarina look at the creation of diseases and new contagions in the Chambira river basin (Peruvian Amazon)2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 187-200
  • Emanuele Fabiano
  • Samuel Nuribe Arahuata
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Portuguese summaries
Brief indigenous narratives about the infection, treatment and cure of Coronavirus in Manaus, Brazil2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 201-15
  • Dagoberto Lima Azevedo
  • Jaime Moura Fernandes
  • Jonilda Hauwer Gouveia
  • Justino Sarmento Rezende
  • Liliane Lizardo Salgado
  • Sílvio Sanches Barreto
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Spanish summaries
Potraits of the pandemic: paintings and pictures of my parents' garden2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 216-34
  • Rember Yahuarcani
in special issue 'Reflexiones y perspectivas sobre la pandemia del COVID-19- Parte II'; English and Portuguese summaries
Unruly Amazon: relations out of range to the idea of domestication2021 Mundo Amazonico 12 (1): 281-300
  • Gilton Mendes dos Santos
  • Guilherme Henriques Soares
English and Spanish summaries
Reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 89-91
  • Jean M. O'Brien
  • K. Tsianina Lomawaima
  • Kelly Mcdonough
  • Robert Warrior
2332-1261introduction to special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'
Morrill issues and academic liberalism2021 Native American and indigenous studies 8 (1): 92-6
  • David R. Roediger
2332-1261in special section 'Intervention: Indigenous Studies reflections on the Land-Grab Universities Project'