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Tolai tabu as wealth and money: a shifting and unstable distinction2018 History and anthropology 29 (3): 392-406
  • Keir Martin
H6 [HISTORY-]0275-7206in special issue 'Reimagining wealth: anthropological explorations'
Inequality and changing masculinities among the Gender in Papua New Guinea: the 'good', the 'bad' and the 'very bad'2016 The Asia Pacific journal of anthropology 17 (3-4): 250-67
  • Laura Zimmer-Tamakoschi
H6 [CANBERRA-]1444-2213in special issue 'Emerging masculinities in the Pacific'
"God save the king of the Mosquito nation!" Indigenous leaders on the fringe of the Spanish empire2016 Ethnohistory 63 (1): 71-93
  • Wolfgang Gabbert
Chiefs of the Senia River. On the emergence of chiefdoms during the early iron age in the northeast of the Iberian peninsula2015 Munibe 66: 223-43
  • David Garcia i Rubert
H6/KE [MUNIBE-]1132-2217English and Basque summaries
In the shadow of the tree sultans: African elites and the shaping of early colonial politics on the Katangan frontier, 1906-172011 Journal of Eastern African studies 5 (3): 535-52
  • Reuben Loffman
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055
The death of the Big Men: deprecation of elites in New Guinea2010 Ethnos 75 (1): 1-22
  • Keir Martin
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844
On the 'pacification' of the European neolithic: ethnographic analogy and the neglect of history2009 World archaeology 41 (4): 578-88
  • Paul Roscoe
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243
'No Raila, no peace!': big man politics and election violence at the Kibera grassroots2009 African affairs 108 (433): 581-98
  • Johan De Smedt
H6/KY [AFRICAN-]0001-9909
Moi: the making of an African 'Big Man'2008 Journal of Eastern African studies 2 (1): 18-43
  • Gabrielle Lynch
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055
Sung adornment: changing masculinities at Lake Kopiago, Papua New Guinea2008 The Australian journal of anthropology 19 (2): 213-29
  • Nicole Haley
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Changing Pacific masculinities'
Ethnographic parallels and the denial of history2008 World archaeology 40 (4): 538-52
  • Matthew Spriggs
H6/KE [WORLD-]0043-8243in thematic issue 'Debates in World Archaeology'
The president of the gold diggers: sources of power in a gold mine in Burkina Faso2003 Ethnos 68 (1): 95-111
  • Katja Werthmann
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844
Elements of leadership in Oceania2002 Anthropological forum 12 (1): 9-44
  • Richard Feinberg
Biros, books and Big-men: literacy and the transformation of leadership in Simbu, Papua New Guinea2001 Oceania 72 (2): 105-16
  • Eamonn McKeown
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
The other western highlands2001 Social anthropology 9 (1): 25-43
  • Anton Ploeg
H6/ KF [SOCIAL-]0964-0282
Pig men and women, big men an women: gender and production in the New Guinea highlands2001 Ethnology 40 (3): 171-92
  • Paul Sillitoe
New Guinea leadership as ethnographic analogy: a critical review2000 Journal of archaeological method and theory 7 (2): 79-126
  • Paul Roscoe
The conversion of Weakebo: a big man of the Me community in the 1930s1999 Journal of Pacific history 34 (2): 181-89
  • Benny Giay
The chief, the mine captain and the politician: legitimating power in northern Ghana1998 Africa 68 (1): 46-67
  • Carola Lentz
H6/KY [AFRICA-]French summary
Oceanian comparison reconsidered. The Mono-Alu problem1998 Social anthropology 6 (1): 91-107
  • Denis Monnerie
The last big man: development and men's discontents in the Papua New Guinea highlands1997 Oceania 68 (2): 107-22
  • Laura Zimmer-Tamakoshi
From proletarian to entrepreneur to big man: the story of Noya1997 Oceania 68 (2): 123-33
  • John Finch
Leaders and logics, persons and polities [social organisation]1992 History of Anthropology 6 (1): 103-24
  • Harvey Whitehouse
Le porc comme substitut de vie: formes de compensation et échanges en Nouvelle-Guinée1992 Social Anthropology: The Journal of the European Association of social anthropologists 1 (1A): 33-55
  • P Lemonnier