Anthropological Index Online

Advanced search results

These search results show articles and films where .
TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Depend on each other and don't just sit: the socialist legacy, responsibility, and winter risk among Mongolian herders2014 Human organization 73 (1): 38-49
  • Annika Ericksen
H6/KF [APPLIED-]0018-7259
What is the Užgavėnės Morė?2012 Liaudies kultūra 1: 20-32
  • Nijolė Laurinkienė
H6/KVT [LIAUDIES-]0236-0551English summary
Roads and roadlessness: driving trucks in Siberia2012 Journal of ethnology and folkloristics 6 (1): 71-88
  • Tatiana Argounova-Low
H6/KVT [JOURNAL-]1736-6518in special issue 'Dymanic discourse and the metaphor of movement'
Agent-based modeling of the spread of the 1918-1919 flu in three Canadian fur trading communities2010 American journal of human biology 22 (6): 757-67
  • Caroline A. O'Neil
  • Lisa Sattenspiel
H6/HB [AMERICAN-]1042-0533
Midwinter dramatic plays and singing customs in Magyarfalu2010 Acta ethnographica Hungarica 55 (1): 57-68
  • Laura Iancu
H6/KVN [ACTA-]1216-9803in thematic section 'Studies in musicology'
Russian festivals from the winter cycle in the 17th century2009 Zhivaia Starina (NS) 3: 38-40
  • D.A. Liapin
H6/KVY [ZHIVAIA-]0204-3432
Spatio-temporal patterns of Georgian winter solstice festivals2008 Folklore (Tartu) 40: 101-16
  • Noni Abakelia
H6/KVT [FOLKLORE-]1406-0957
Reindeer herding among Evenks of Sovetskaia Rechka2007 Rasy i narody 33: 164-87, 372
  • Denis Valer'evich Vorobev
H6/KVY [RASY-]English summary
Mortuary ritual and winter solstice imagery of the Harlan-style charnel house2006 Southeastern archaeology 25 (1): 29-47
  • George Sabo III
  • Marvin Kay
Catastrophic mortality of guanacos due to winter stress and its archaeological implications: Alero Los Guanacos 1 site, Lago Cardiel (Santa Cruz, Argentina)2006 Magallania 34 (1): 139-55
  • Diego Rindel
  • Juan Bautista Belardi
H6/KUL [ANALES-]0718-0209English summary
'Jetzt kommt der kalte Mond'. Das Fest der Winter-Sonnenwende we tripantu bei ländlichen und städtischen Mapuche in Chile2006 Münchner Beiträge zur Völkerkunde 10: 61-80
  • Ulrike Bieker
H6 [MUNCHNER-]0936-837XEnglish summary
Some remarks regarding riddling2005 Tautosakos Darbai (NS) 22: 67-85
  • Aelita Kensminienė
H6/KVT [TAUTOSAKOS-]1392-2831English summary
Winter ritual loaves from the region of Murom, Vladimir Oblast' (Russian Federation)2005 Zhivaia Starina (NS) 1: 24-6
  • V. E. Dobrovol'skaia
H6/KVY [ZHIVAIA-]0204-3432
New Year customs and rituals from the region of Zaporozhska Sich and folklore tradition from the southern Ukraine2004 Narodna tvorchist’ ta etnohrafiya 6: 9-19
  • Iryna Pavlenko
H6/KVY [NARODNA-]0130-6936
Quviasukvik the celebration of an Inuit winter feast in the central Arctic2002 Journal de la Société des Américanistes 88: 203-25
  • Frederic Laugrand
  • Jarich Oosten
0037-9174French and Spanish summaries
Thule winter site formation in Arctic Canada2001 Anthropological papers (Alaska) (New Series) 1 (1): 1-6
  • Robert W. Park
Southern Lithuania's folk melofies - the borrowings from Slavonic neighbours2001 Liaudies kultûra 6: 12-15
  • Auste Nakienė
0236-0551English summary
The Krikštai - 'jumped on a board', 'sought for a blossom', made fun2000 Liaudies kultūra 1: 43-50
  • Nijole Marcinkevičienė
0236-0551English summary
A ritual winter exorcism in Gnyan Thog village, Qinghai1999 Asian folklore studies 58 (1): 189-203
  • Kalsang Norbu
0385-2342in special issue 'Folklore in northwest China]
Seal use and storage in the Thule culture of Arctic North America1999 Revista de arqueología americana 16: 77-97
  • Robert W. Park
0188-3631in special issue 'Maritime ways of life in North American and Mesoamerica: the state of question'; French, Portuguese and Spanish summaries
The zoomorph costume-mask in winter customs1997 Datini 22/3 (1/2): 24-5
  • Maria Bâtcă
Toast on ice: the ethnopsychology of the winter-over experience in Antarctica1996 Ethos 24 (4): 628-56
  • Mark Andrew Cravalho
Adjusting our perceptions: historical and archaeological evidence of winter on the plains of western Canada1996 Plains anthropologist 41 (158): 333-57
  • Mary E. Malainey