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Recentering the rural: Lidar and articulated landscapes among the Maya2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 53: 51-65
  • Omar Alcover Firpi
  • Stephen Houston
  • Thomas G. Garrison
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Distinguishing the uses, functions, and purposes of classic Maya "chocolate" containers: not all cups are for drinking2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 30 (1): 13-30
  • Jennifer Loughmiller-Cardinal
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
A cup joins a bowl: the ceramics of Naranjo's King K'ahak' "skull" Chan Chaahk in The Chocolate Museum in Cologne, Germany2017 Mexicon 39 (1): 8-15
  • Guido Krempel
*H6/KUL [MEXICON-]0720-5988
"Artisan" as a brand: adding value in a craft chocolate community2017 Food Culture and Society 20 (1): 37-57
  • Kristy Leissle
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
When food becomes heritage. Gastronomic routes, globalization and local development (Mexico)2017 Trace 72 (2)
  • Charles-Edouard de Suremain
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286with comments in this issue; English and French summaries
De la dialéctica patrimonial. Comentario sobre “Cuando la alimentación se hace patrimonio” de Charles Édouard de Suremain2017 Trace 72 (2)
  • Nicholas Ellison
*H6/KUL [TRACE-]0185-6286see C Édouard de Suremain in this issue; English and French summaries
A unique carved greenstone artefact in the Chocolate Museum Cologne2014 Mexicon 36 (5): 126-30
  • Guido Krempel
*H6/KUL [MEXICON-]0720-5988
An ethnohistorical journey into the imaginary of cacao consumption in Mexico2014 Anales de antropología 48 (1): 79-95
  • Jiapsy Arias Gonzáles
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0185-1225in thematic issue 'Cultura y alimentación en México'; English summary
Where chocolate begins and research methods end: understanding Kuna cacao consumption2013 Human organization 72 (3): 211-19
  • Jeffrey Barnes
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259in thematic section 'Local knowledge in magagement and consumption'
Chocolate: the story of a Nahuatlism2013 Estudios de cultura náhuatl 46: 37-87
  • Ascensión Hernández Triviño
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-]0071-1675English summary
El chocolate, el sexo y las mujeres de vida desordenada2013 Artes de México (New Series) (110): 24-33
  • María Palomar Verea
  • Martha Few
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate III: ritual, arte y memoria'; with English version in appendix, 72-96
Cacao Chortí2013 Artes de México (New Series) (110): 34-40
  • Johanna Kufer
  • Maria Palomar Verea
  • Michael Heinrich
  • Nikolai Grube
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate III: ritual, arte y memoria'; with English version in appendix, 72-96
Néctar celestial2013 Artes de México (New Series) (110): 42-51
  • Jorge Betanzos
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate III: ritual, arte y memoria'; with English version in appendix, 72-96
La derrota del chocolate, la caída de Dios2013 Artes de México (New Series) (110): 52-9
  • José Luís Trueba Lara
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate III: ritual, arte y memoria'; with English version in appendix, 72-96
El cacao y el chocolate2012 Arqueología mexicana 45: 11-88
  • Enrique Vela
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218special monographic issue
Cosmopolitan cocoa farmers: refashioning Africa in Divine Africa advertisements2012 Journal of African cultural studies 24 (2): 121-39
  • Kristy Leissle
*H6/KY [JOURNAL-]1369-6815
¿El chocolate, inocente placer al paladar, o grave cuestión moral?2012 Artes de México (New Series) (105): 8-13
  • Sonia Corcuera de Mancera
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate II: mística y mestizaje'; with English translation in appendix, 73-96
El placer de pecar2012 Artes de México (New Series) (105): 14-21
  • José Luis Trueba Lara
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate II: mística y mestizaje'; with English translation in appendix, 73-96
El chocolate en Tabasco: naturaleza, ansia y melancolía2012 Artes de México (New Series) (105): 26-33
  • Matio Humberto Ruz
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate II: mística y mestizaje'; with English translation in appendix, 73-96
Atlaquetzalli: agua preciosa2012 Artes de México (New Series) (105): 34-9
  • Miguel León-Portilla
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate II: mística y mestizaje'; with English translation in appendix, 73-96
Estampas del chocolate en Europa2012 Artes de México (New Series) (105): 52-61
  • Michael D. Coe
  • Sophie Coe
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate II: mística y mestizaje'; with English translation in appendix, 73-96
Selva de ofrenda en rama2012 Artes de México (New Series) (105): 62-7
  • Mario Humberto Ruz
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate II: mística y mestizaje'; with English translation in appendix, 73-96
Mucho undo chocolate: el Museo del Chocolate de la Ciudad de México2012 Artes de México (New Series) (105): 8-11
  • Ana Rita García Lascuráin
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate II: mística y mestizaje'; with English translation in appendix, 73-96
Food, foam and fermentation in Mesoamerica: bubbles and the sacred state of inebriation2011 Food Culture and Society 14 (4): 477-501
  • Brian Stross
H6/KF [FOOD-]1528-9796
Two Maya polychronme drinking vessels for cacao in the Chocolate Museum Cologne, Germany2011 Mexicon 33 (2): 26-31
  • Albert Davletshin
  • Guido Krempel
*H6/KUL [MEXICON-]0720-5988
El chocolate del alba2011 Artes de México (New Series) (103): 10-25
  • María Palomar
  • Valentine Tibére
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate, cultivo y cultura del México antiguo'
Maestros del cacao: los mayas2011 Artes de México (New Series) (103): 28-35
  • J.M. Hoppan
  • María Palomar
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate, cultivo y cultura del México antiguo'
El chocolate entre fiestas y rituales mayas2011 Artes de México (New Series) (103): 36-9
  • Philippe Nondedeo
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate, cultivo y cultura del México antiguo'
¡De pie, amigos2011 Artes de México (New Series) (103): 40-5
  • Nezahualcóyotl
  • Dominique Dufétel
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate, cultivo y cultura del México antiguo'; with insert 'El valor del cacao' by FT de Benavente and Motolinía, 45
Chocolate: cultivation and culture in pre-Hispanic Mexico2011 Artes de México (New Series) (103): 65-80
  • Margarita De Orellana ed
H6/KFY [ARTES-]in thematic issue 'Chocolate, cultivo y cultura del México antiguo', also in French 81-96
The power of chocolate2010 Archaeology 63 (6): 20-5
  • Blake Edgar
*H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-]0003-8113
The assortment of chocolate moulds from the ethnological collection of the Museum of Vojvodina2009 Rad vojvodanskih Muzeja 51: 175-90
  • Marija Banski
H6/KVP [NOVI-]1450-6696English summary
A contemporary legend from Italy2008 Journal of folklore research 45 (2): 171-82
  • Steve Siporin
H6/KF [INDIANA-]0737-7037
An anthropology of chocolate2008 American anthropologist 110 (1): 71-3
  • E. N. Anderson
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294review article on Chocolate in Mesoamerica: a cultural history of cacao ed CL McNeil (Gainesville: University of Florida Press, 2006)
Chocolate in the underworld space of death: cacao seeds from an early classic mortuary cave2007 Ethnohistory 54 (2): 245-301
  • Keith M. Prufer
  • W. Jeffrey Hurst
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Designing sweet ideas. Materiality and meaning of candy and chocolate on the emerging Swedish mass market 1860-19142007 Rig (1): 1-16
  • Ulrika Torell
H6/KVT [RIG-]0035-5267English summary
From cacao beer to chocolate2007 Ethnographisch-archäologische Zeitschrift 48: 563-76
  • Ursula Thiemer-Sachse
H6 [ETHNOGRAPHISCH-]0012-7477English summary
Chocolate, sex, and disorderly women in late-seventeenth- and early-eighteenth-century Guatemala2005 Ethnohistory 52 (4): 673-87
  • Martha Few
H6/KUB [ETHNOHISTORY-]0014-1801
Para una mañana fría o una noche lluviosa, una taza de chocolate en El Moro2004 Antropología (Mexico) 75-76: 131-40
  • Judith Katia
  • Perdigón Castañeda
H6/KUL [ANTROPOLOGIA-]0188-462Xin thematic issue 'Espacios de la Ciudad de México'
Review2003 American anthropologist 105 (1): 150-3
  • Susan J. Terrio
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294exhibition review article on Chocolate (Chicago: Field Museum of Natural History, February 14- December 31, 2002)
How to drink chocolate from a skull at a wedding banquet2002 Res 42: 166-79
  • Dennis Tedlock
*H6 [RES]0277-1322in thematic issue 'West by nonwest'
Spouted vessels and cacao use among the preclassic Maya2002 Latin American antiquity 13 (1): 85-106
  • Fred Valdez Jr
  • Stanley M. Tarka Jr
  • Terry G. Powis
  • Thomas R. Hester
  • W. Jeffrey Hurst
*H6/KE [LATIN-]1045-6635Spanish summary
Like water for chocolate: feasting and political ritual amon the late classic Maya at Xunantunich, Belize2001 American anthropologist 103 (4): 935-53
  • Lisa J. LeCount
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294
Cacao and Chocolate: a Uto Aztecan perspective2000 Ancient Mesoamerica 11 (2): 55-75
  • Karen Dakin
  • Soren Wichmann
0956-5361Spanish summary
Chocolate: food of the gods1999 Athena review 2 (2): 30-4
  • Anonymous
1083-4141
Deconstructing fieldwork in contemporary urban France1998 Anthropological quarterly 71 (1): 18-31
  • Susan J. Terrio
Chocolatiers masters of today: Bayonne and the Basque coast1997 Ethnologie française 27 (2): 205-13
  • Susan J. Terrio
English and German summaries