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The spatial distribution of unique motifs featuring Dioscorea bulbifera, the round yam, in western Arnhem Land rock art2019 Australian archaeology 85 (1): 215-19
  • Judith W. Hammond
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
'Yams have no ears!': Tekhne, life and images in Oceania2018 Oceania 88 (1): 13-30
  • Ludovic Coupaye
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077in thematic section 'Living being and artifacts: vital and technical processes in Oceania'
Bomiyoyeva and bomduvadova. Two rare structures on the Trobriand Islands exclusively reserved for Tabalu chiefs2018 Anthropos (St Augustin) 113 (1): 93-113
  • Désirée Wisse
  • Fred Gerrits
  • Gunter Senft
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
Sago: a disparaged but essential food of the Abelam of Papua New Guinea2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 201-15
  • Richard Scaglion
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796in special issue 'Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage'
Valuing the bad and the ugly: tasting agrobiodiversity among the indigenous Canela2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (2): 325-46
  • Theresa L. Miller
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796in special issue 'Less palatable, still valuable: taste, crop, agrobiodiversity, and culinary heritage'
Factors affecting the adoption of chemical use in yam storage among farmers in Orire local government area of Oyo-state, Nigeria2017 Journal of human ecology 58 (1-2): 81-7
  • Enioluwa Jonathan Ijatuyi
  • Karabo Mabe
  • Omatayo Abiodun Olusola
H6 [JOURNAL-]2456-6608
Ser’s myth among the Sakao people. Exploits and trangressions2016 Cahiers de litterature orale 80: 125-56
  • Benjamin Touati
H6/KF [CAHIERS-]0396-891Xin thematic issue 'Des vies extraordinaires : motifs héroïques et hagiographiques'; English summary
'Nowadays spirits allow themselves to be photographed'. Renegotiating the political role of yam ceremonies in Agou (Southwestern Togo)2014 Anthropos (St Augustin) 109 (1): 33-44
  • Marco Gardini
H6 [ANTHROPOS-]0257-9774
A fast yam to Polynesia: new thinking on the problem of the American sweet potato in Oceania2012 Rapa Nui journal 26 (1): 31-42
  • Ian G. Barber
*H6/KX [RAPA NUI-]1040-1385Spanish summary
A story of yams, worms, and change from ancestral Polynesia2012 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 7 (2): 161-7
  • Sean P. Connaughton
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
Images, nodes and networks. The sacred stones of the yams of Nyamikum (district of Maprik, east Sepik province, Papua New Guinea)2012 Techniques et culture 58 (1): 142-59
  • Ludovic Coupaye
*H6 [TECHNIQUES-]0248-6016in thematic issue 'Objects irremplaçables'; English summary
Yam landscapes: the biogeography and social life of Australian Dioscorea2012 The artefact 35: 59-74
  • Jennifer Atchinson
  • Lesley Head
H6/KE [ARTEFACT-]0044-9075in special issue 'The worlds of plants in Aboriginal Australia: essays in honour of Beth Gott'
The first migrants to Madagascar and their introduction of plants: linguistic and ethnological evidence2011 Azania: archaeological research In Africa 46 (2): 169-89
  • Philippe Beaujard
H6/KY [AZANIA-]0067-270XFrench summary
Ignames, enfants des hommes. Horticulture et reduction du social à Wallis (Polynésie occidentale)2010 Journal de la Société des Océanistes (130-131): 145-60
  • Sophie Chave-Dartoen
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0300-953in special issue 'Hommage à Bernard Juillerat'; English summary
Experiencing space: the Tëkët frieze of the Abelam2009 Arts & cultures : 211-25
  • Ludovic Coupaye
What's the matter with technology? Long (and short) yams, materialisation and technology in Nyamikum village, Maprik distirct, Papua New Guinea2009 The Australian journal of anthropology 20 (1): 93-111
  • Ludovic Coupaye
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Materialising Oceania'
Horticultural experimentation in northern Australia reconsidered2009 Antiquity 83 (321): 634-48
  • Mark Donohue
  • Sara Booth
  • Tim Denham
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
The variety of forest vegetations in south-eastern Cameroon, with special reference to the availability of wild yams for the forest hunter-gatherers2009 African study monographs 3 (2): 89-119
  • Hirokazu Yasuoka
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0285-1601
The fractal yam: botanical imagery and human agency in the Trobriands2009 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 15 (4): 679-700
  • Mark S. Mosko
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Ways of enchanting: chaînes opératoires and yam cultivation in Nyamikum village, Maprik, Papua New Guinea2009 Journal of material culture 14 (4): 433-58
  • Ludovic Coupaye
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1359-1835in special issue ''Making' and 'doing' the material world: anthropology of techniques revisited'
Some Abelam portraits2007 Arts & cultures : 259-75
  • Ludovic Coupaye
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
Sustainable food crop production through multiple cropping patterns among farmers in south western Nigeria2007 Journal of human ecology 21 (4): 245-9
  • O. I. Oladele
  • O. P. Fawole
H6 [JOURNAL-]0970-9274
The implications of the sweet potato's re-appraisal2007 Rapa Nui journal 21 (2): 130-5
  • Shawn McLaughlin
*H6/KX [RAPA NUI-]1040-1385
Indigenous storage structures among the Ungwai of central Nigeria2007 The Anthropologist: international journal of contemporary and applied studies of man 9 (3): 215-20
  • S. Oluwole Ogundele
Yam is king! But cassava is the mother of all crops: farming, culture, and identity in Igbo agrarian economy2007 Dialectical anthropology 31 (1-3): 221-32
  • Chima J. Korieh
H6 [DIALECTICAL-]0304-4092in 'Special triple issue: in memory of six eminent Igbo scholars, Michael C. Mbabuike, Ikenna Nzimiro, Don Ohadike, Ezenwa Ohaeto, Victor C. Uchendu, and the Reverend Mother Mary Angela Uwalaka'
Complementarity between geographical and social patterns in the preservation of yam (Dioscorea sp.) diversity in northern Benin2007 Economic botany 61 (4): 385-93
  • Gauthier Biaou
  • Jean-Paul Lescure
  • Mohamed Nasser Baco
H6/KF [ECONOMIC-]0013-0001
The question of prehistoric plant husbandry during the Jomon period in Japan2006 World archaeology 38 (2): 259-73
  • Akira Matsui
  • Masaaki Kanehara
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Sedentism in non-agricultural societies'
A brief report on a large mountain-top community of Dioscorea praehensilis in the tropical rainforest of southeastern Cameroon2006 African study monographs supplementary issue 33: 21-8
  • Hiroaki Sato
H6/KY [AFRICAN STUDY MONOGRAPHS. Supplementary issue. 33]0286-9667in monographic issue 'Ecology and change of the hunter-gatherer societies in the western Congo basin'
Urban/rural gardens in Vanuatu2005 Etudes rurales 175/176: 131-48
  • Delphine Greindl
  • Virginie Lanouguère-Bruneau
H6 [ETUDES-]0014-2182English summary
Mythe, métaphore, métamorphose et marches: l'igname chez les Lau de Malaita, îles Salomon2002 Journal de la Société des Océanistes 114/115: 91-114
  • Pierre Maranda
0300-953in special issue 'En hommage à Jacques Barrau'; English summary
Ignames, interdits et ancêtres en Nouvelle Calédonie2002 Journal de la Société des Océanistes 114/115: 115-27
  • Isabelle Leblic
0300-953in special issue 'En hommage à Jacques Barrau'; English summary
Céremonies de l'igname nouvelle, intégration sociale, modalités binaires et ternaires en pays Mèa (Nouvelle-Calédonie)2002 Journal de la Société des Océanistes 114/115: 129-40
  • Patrick Pillon
0300-953in special issue 'En hommage à Jacques Barrau'; English summary
Decision-making and innovation among small-scale yam farmers in central Jamaica: a dynamic, pragmatic and adaptive process2002 Geographical journal 168 (3): 248-59
  • Clinton L. Beckford
Country and garden: ethnobotany, archaeobotany and Aboriginal landscapes near the Keep River, northwestern Australia2002 Journal of social archaeology 2 (2): 173-96
  • Jennifer Atchinson
  • Lesley Head
  • Richard Fullagar
1469-6053in special section 'Spatial theory and archaeological ethnographies'
The potential of edible wild yams and yam-like plants as a staple food resource in the African tropical rain forest2001 African study monographs supplementary issue 26: 123-34
  • Hiroaki Sato
0286-9667in issue 'African hunter-gatherers: persisting cultures and contemporary problems'
The management of wild yam tubers by the Baka pygmies in southern Cameroon2001 African study monographs supplementary issue 26: 135-56
  • Edmond Dounias
0286-9667in issue 'African hunter-gatherers: persisting cultures and contemporary problems'
Captain Cook and the roots of precedence in Tonga: 'leading' and [following] as naturalised concepts2001 History and anthropology 12 (3): 289-314
  • Arne Aleksej Perminow
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206
Between conservation and production: traditional ware yam cultivation in Igbo-Etiti, Nigeria2001 Indigenous knowledge and development monitor 9 (2): 20-3
  • Edwin M. Igbokwe
Nutrient potential of blends of malted maize (zea mays L.), African yam bean (sphenostylis stenocarpa) and fermented cocoyam (colocasia esculenta) flours2001 Ecology of food and nutrition 40 (4): 311-19
  • N. M. Nnam
H6 [ECOLOGY-]0367-0244
Wild yam drills among the Aka and Baka Pygmies of central Africa2001 Techniques et culture 37: 127-54
  • Edmond Dounias
0248-6016English and Spanish summaries
Protein contenct and amino acid scores of sweet potatoes in Papua New Guinea highlands2001 Ecology of food and nutrition 40 (5): 471-80
  • Kazumi Natsuhara
  • Masahiro Umezaki
  • Ryutaro Ohtsuka
Yam (Dioscorea spp) cultivation and archaeological inference in some parts of Igboland: a study of Nsukka area2001 West African journal of archaeology 31 (2): 60-73
  • E. I. Itanyi
H6/KE [WEST-]0331-3158
Yam cycles and timeless time in Melanesia1999 Ethnology 38 (3): 211-25
  • Richard Scaglion
The cultural aspects of Yam (Dioscorea spp) among the Igbo of Nigeria1996 Africana Marburgensia 29 (1/2): 67-79
  • Felix N. Nwahaghi
Structure and symbolism in traditional system of food production: the Owa experience1995 Africana Marburgensia 28 (1/2): 59-71
  • Osmund A. C. Aingbo
Wamo: D'Entrecasteaux islands, New Guinea, 1911-1912: photographs by Diamond Jenness at the Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford, June, 1990, until May 30th, 19921992 Pacific arts 5: 53-6
  • Elizabeth Edwards
L'igname dans les monts Mandara (nord-Cameroun) [English and German summaries]1992 Genève-Afrique 30 (1): 77-96
  • C Seignobos
Under the spell of the Trobriand islands1992 National geographic magazine 182 (1): 116-36
  • P photographer Essick
  • P Theroux
Magic gardens in Tanna1991 Pacific studies 14 (4): 71-89
  • J Bonnemaison