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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'
"God save the king of the Mosquito nation!" Indigenous leaders on the fringe of the Spanish empire2016 Ethnohistory 63 (1): 71-93
  • Wolfgang Gabbert
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'
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
'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
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
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
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'
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'
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
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
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
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
From proletarian to entrepreneur to big man: the story of Noya1997 Oceania 68 (2): 123-33
  • John Finch
The last big man: development and men's discontents in the Papua New Guinea highlands1997 Oceania 68 (2): 107-22
  • Laura Zimmer-Tamakoshi
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
Leaders and logics, persons and polities [social organisation]1992 History of Anthropology 6 (1): 103-24
  • Harvey Whitehouse