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Ceramic technology of the Asurini do Xingu, Brazil: an ethnoarchaeological study of artifact variability2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (3): 217-65
  • Fabíola Andéa Silva
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369Portuguese summary
Luminescence of monument stone architecture at Chavín de Huántar, Perú2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (3): 266-96
  • Jack Johnson
  • James K. Feathers
  • Silvia Rodríguez Kembel
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Prologue: archaeology, animism and non-human agents2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (4): 297-9
  • Linda A. Brown
  • William H. Walker
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369introduction to special issue 'Archaeology, animism, and non-human agents'
Negotiations with the animate forest: hunting shrines in the Guatemalan highlands2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (4): 300-37
  • Kitty F. Emery
  • Linda A. Brown
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Archaeology, animism, and non-human agents'
Animate objects: shell trumpets and ritual networks in the Greater Southwest2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (4): 338-61
  • Barbara J. Mills
  • T. J. Ferguson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Archaeology, animism, and non-human agents'
Bundled worlds: the roles and interactions of complex objects from the North American Plains2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (4): 362-78
  • María Nieves Zedeño
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Archaeology, animism, and non-human agents'
Introduction: archaeological approaches to lithic production skill and craft learning2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 1-27
  • Douglas B. Bamforth
  • Nyree Finlay
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369introduction to special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
Does practice make perfect? Craft expertise as a factor in aggrandizer strategies2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 28-50
  • Deborah J. Olausson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
The when, where, and how of novices in craft production2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 51-67
  • Jeffrey R. Ferguson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
Blank concerns: issues of skill and consistency in the replication of Scottish later Mesolithic blades2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 68-90
  • Nyree Finlay
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
Knowledge, know-how and raw material - the production of late Neolithic flint daggers in Scandinavia2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 91-111
  • Jan Apel
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
Playing with flint: tracing a child's imitation of adult work in a lithic assemblage2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 112-31
  • Anders Högberg
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
Production skill and Paleoindian workgroup organization in the Medicine Creek drainage, southwestern Nebraska2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 132-53
  • Douglas B. Bamforth
  • Keri Hicks
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
Skill matters2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (1): 154-66
  • Peter Bleed
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Skillful stones: approaches to knowledge and practice in lithic technology'
Developing a landscape history as part of a survey strategy: a critique of current settlement system approaches based on case studies from western New South Wales, Australia2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (2): 167-89
  • Patricia Fanning
  • Simon Holdaway
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
The bioarchaeological investigation of childhood and social age: problems and prospects2008 Journal of archaeological method and theory 15 (2): 190-215
  • Nancy Tayles
  • Siân E. Halcrow
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
The art of taphonomy and the taphonomy of art: layer IV, Molodiva I, Ukraine2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (1): 1-26
  • April Nowell
  • Francesco d'Errico
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Advances in the study of Plestocene imagery and symbol use, Part II'
Dating European Palaeolithic cave art: progress, prospects, problems2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (1): 27-47
  • Alistair Pike
  • Paul Pettitt
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Advances in the study of Plestocene imagery and symbol use, Part II'
The hidden meaning of forms: methods of recording Paleolithic parietal art2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (1): 48-80
  • Carole Fritz
  • Gilles Tosello
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Advances in the study of Plestocene imagery and symbol use, Part II'
The Upper Paleolithic rock art of Iberia2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (1): 81-151
  • Antonio F. Carvalho
  • Cesar González-Sainz
  • Jose Luis Sanchidrián
  • Nuno Bicho
  • Valentín Villaverde
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Advances in the study of Plestocene imagery and symbol use, Part II'
The women of Brassempouy: a century of research and interpretation2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (1): 152
  • Randall White
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369'The women of Brassempouy: a century of research and interpretation' by R White in J archaeol Meth Theory 2006 (13:4), 251-304: errata
Representation and recursion in the archaeological record2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (4): 359-87
  • John F. Hoffecker
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Understanding prehistoric lithic raw material selection: application of a gravity model2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (4): 388-411
  • Lucy Wilson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Inconspicuous consumption: non-display goods and identity formation2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (4): 412-38
  • Monica L. Smith
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Ethnoarchaeology: a non historical science of reference necessary for interpreting the past2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (2): 153-78
  • Valentine Roux
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Building power in rural hinterlands: an ethnoarchaeological study of vernacular architecture in Tigray, Ethiopia2007 Journal of archaeological method and theory 14 (2): 179-207
  • Diane E. Lyons
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Self-citation in archaeology: age, gender, prestige, and the self2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (1): 1-18
  • Scott R. Hutson
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
What explains the carcass field processing and transport decisions of contemporary hunter-gatherers? Measures of economic anatomy and zooarchaeological skeletal part representation2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (1): 19-66
  • Karen D. Lupo
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
The materiality of social power: the artifact-acquisition perspective2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (2): 67-88
  • William H. Walker
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Explaining shell-tempered pottery in prehistoric eastern North America2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (2): 89-133
  • James K. Feathers
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Strontium isotopes from the earth to the archaeological skeleton: a review2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (3): 135-87
  • R. Alexander Bentley
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
An ethnohistorical study of hafting and stone tool diversity among the Gamo of Ethiopia2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (3): 189-238
  • Kathryn J. Weedman
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Fom a paleolithic art to pleistocene visual cultures (introduction to two special issues on 'Advances in the study of pleistocene imagery and symbol use')2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (4): 239-49
  • April Nowell
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
The women of Brassempouy: a century of research and interpretation2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (4): 251-304
  • Randall White
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issues 'Advances in the study of pleistocene imagery and symbol use'
Rock art and ritual: an archaeological analysis of rock art in arid central Australia2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (4): 305-341
  • Iain Davidson
  • June Ross
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issues 'Advances in the study of pleistocene imagery and symbol use'
The evolution of theory, method and technique in southern African rock art research2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (4): 343-77
  • J.D. Lewis-Williams
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issues 'Advances in the study of pleistocene imagery and symbol use'
Rock art conservation and tourism2006 Journal of archaeological method and theory 13 (4): 379-99
  • Janette Deacon
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issues 'Advances in the study of pleistocene imagery and symbol use'
Zooarchaeology and historical archaeology: progress and prospects2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (1): 1-36
  • David B. London
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
The broken past: fractals in archaeology2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (1): 37-78
  • Clifford T. Brown
  • Larry S. Liebovitch
  • Walter R. T. Witschey
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
What is a burin ? Typology, technology, and interregional comparison2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (2): 79-115
  • Silvia Tomášková
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
Reverse engineering the ceramic cooking pot: cost and performance properties of plain textured vessels2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (2): 117-57
  • Christopher Pierce
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369
"Doing" agency: introductory remarks on methodology2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (3): 159-66
  • John E. Robb
  • Marcia-Anne Dobres
H6/ke [journal-]1072-5369
Re-inventing Mississippian tradition at Etowah, Georgia2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (3): 167-92
  • Adam King
  • Charles R. Cobb
H6/ke [journal-]1072-5369
What do objects want?2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (3): 193-211
  • Chris Gosden
H6/ke [journal-]1072-5369
Agency in a postmold? Physicality and the archaeology of culture-making2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (3): 213-36
  • Susan M. Alt
  • Timothy R Pauketat
H6/ke [journal-]1072-5369
Linking theory and evidence in an archaeology of human agency: iconography, style, and theories of embodiment2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (3): 237-55
  • Richard G. Lesure
H6/ke [journal-]1072-5369
From the ground up: agency, practice, and community in the southwestern British Bronze age2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (4): 257-81
  • Mary Ann Owoc
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Agency: methodologies for interpreting social reproduction, part II'
Agents in inter-action: Bruno Latour and agency2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (4): 283-311
  • Andrew Martin
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Agency: methodologies for interpreting social reproduction, part II'
Painting as agency, style as structure: innovations in Mimbres pottery designs from southwest New Mexico2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (4): 313-34
  • Michelle Hegmon
  • Stephanie Kulow
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Agency: methodologies for interpreting social reproduction, part II'
Poverty point as structure, event, process2005 Journal of archaeological method and theory 12 (4): 335-64
  • Kenneth E. Sassaman
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1072-5369in special issue 'Agency: methodologies for interpreting social reproduction, part II'