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Greene, C.S. (ed) 1980. . Mountain-Plains Museums Conference Proceedings, 11:

Greene, Candace S. (ed) 1981. . Mountain-Plains Museums Conference Proceedings, 12:

1990. Picturing Cultures: Historical Photographs in Anthropological Inquiry. Visual Anthropology, 3(2-3):

Publications Authored By Department of Anthropology Staff

Abouarab, M., Thomsen, J. L., Frohlich, Bruno and Lynnerup, N. 1995. Histological Staining of Secondary Osteons. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 98(3): 391-394.

Adovasio, James M. 1986. Prehistoric Basketry. In: Handbook of North American Indians., pp.194-205.

Adovasio, James M. 1986. Artifacts and ethnicity: basketry as an indicator of territoriality and population movements in the prehistoric Great Basin. In: Condie, Carol J. and Fowler, Don D., Anthropology of the Desert West: Essays in honor of Jesse D.Jennings. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, pp.43-89.

Adovasio, James M. 1981. Perishable Industries from Westwater—Five Kiva—(42Sa14)—And Big Westwater (425a6752) Ruins San Juan County, Utah: A Synopsis. In: Fike, Richard E., Madsen, David B., Lindsay, La Mar W., Nickens, Paul R. and Kvamme, Kenneth L., Excavation of two Anasazi sites in southern Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, pp.

Adovasio, James M. 1986. Artifacts and ethnicity: basketry as an indicator of territoriality and population movements in the prehistoric Great Basin. In: Condie, Carol J., Griset, Suzanne and Fowler, Don D., Anthropology of the Desert West: Essays in honor of Jesse D. Jennings. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, pp.43-89.

Adovasio, James M. 1981. Perishable Industries from Westwater—Five Kiva—(42Sa14)—And Big Westwater (425a6752) Ruins San Juan County, Utah: A Synopsis. In: Madsen, David B., Excavation of two Anasazi sites in southern Utah. Salt Lake City, Utah: Utah State Office, Bureau of Land Management, pp.

Adovasio, James M. 1981. The Appearance of Cultigens in the Upper Ohio Valley: A View from Meadowcroft Rockshelter. Pennsylvania Archaeologist, 51(1-2): 63-80.

Adovasio, James M. 1987. Review of Shawnee-Minisink: A Stratified Paleoindian Archaic Site in the Upper Delaware of Pennsylvania. Edited by C. W. McNett, Jr. (Orlando: Academic Press, 1985). American Antiquity, 52(3): 646-647.

Adovasio, James M. 1987. Review of The Archaeology of Hidden Cave, Nevada. Edited by D. H. Thomas. (New York: Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, Volume 61 (1) 1985). Geoarchaeology, 2(3): 243-249.

Adovasio, James M. 1988. The Meadowcroft Rockshelter. Science, 239(4841): 713-714.

Adovasio, James M. and Andrews, R. 1983. Material culture of Gatecliff Shelter: Basketry, cordage, and miscellaneous fiber constructions. Anthropological papers of the American Museum of Natural History, 59(1): 279-289.

Adovasio, James M. and Andrews, R. L. 1983. Material culture of Gatecliff Shelter: Basketry, cordage, and miscellaneous fiber constructions. In: Thomas, David H., The Archaeology of Monitor Valley: Vol.2, Gatecliff Shelter., pp.279-289.

Adovasio, James M., Andrews, R. L. and Dibble, D. S. 1988. Hinds Cave, Again!. North American Archaeologist, 9(1): 67-70.

Adovasio, James M., Boldurian, A. T. and Carlisle, Ronald C. 1988. Who Are Those Guys?: Some Biased Thoughts on the Initial Peopling of the New World. In: Carlisle, Ronald C., Ethnology Monographs. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania: Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh, pp.44-60.

Adovasio, James M., Boldurian, A. T. and Carlisle, Ronald C. 1985. Archaeological Research Activities of the University of Pittsburgh in 1984. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 2: 3-5.

Adovasio, James M. and Braidwood, Linda S. 1983. Notes on the textile and basketry impressions from Jarmo. In: Braidwood, Linda S., Prehistoric archeology along the Zagros Flanks. Chicago: Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago, pp.425-426.

Adovasio, James M., Carlisle, R. C., Cushman, K. A., Donahue, J., Guilday, J. E., Johnson, W. C., Lord, K., Parmalee, P. W., Stuckenrath, R. and Wiegman, P. W. 1985. Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction at Meadowcroft Rockshelter, Washington County, PA. In: Mead, Jim I. and Meltzer, David J., Environments and extinctions : man in late glacial North America. Orono, ME: Center for the Study of Early Man, University of Maine at Orono, pp.73-110.

Adovasio, James M., Carlisle, R. C., Cushman, K. A., Donahue, J., Guilday, J. E., Johnson, W. C., Lord, K., Parmalee, P. W., Stuckenrath, R. and Wiegman, P. W. 1985. Paleoenvironmental Reconstruction at Meadowcroft Rockshelter, Washington County, PA. In: Mead, Jim I. and Meltzer, David J., Environments and extinctions : man in late glacial North America. Orono, ME: Center for the Study of Early Man, University of Maine at Orono, pp.73-110.

Adovasio, James M. and Carlisle, Ronald C. 1988. Some Thoughts on Cultural Resource Management Archaeology in the United States. Antiquity, 62(234): 72-87.

Adovasio, James M. and Carlisle, Ronald C. 1986. Pennsylvania Pioneers. Natural History, 95(12): 20-27.

Adovasio, James M. and Carlisle, Ronald C. 1984. An Indian Hunter's Camp for 20,000 Years. Scientific American, 250(5): 130-136.

Adovasio, James M., Donahue, J., Carlisle, R. C., Cushman, K., Stuckenrath, R. and Wiegman, P. 1984. Meadowcroft Rockshelter and the Pleistocene/Holocene transition in southwestern Pennsylvania. In: Genoways, Hugh H. and Dawsonk, Mary R., Contributions in Quaternary Vertebrate Paleontology: A Volume in Memorial to John E.Guilday. Pittsburgy: Carnegie Museum of Natural History, pp.347-369.

Adovasio, James M., Donahue, J., Carlisle, R. C., Cushman, K., Stuckenrath, R., Wiegman, P. and Wiegman, P. 1984. Meadowcroft Rockshelter and the Pleistocene/Holocene transition in southwestern Pennsylvania. In: Genoways, Hugh H. and Dawson, Mary R., Contributions in Quaternary Vertebrate Paleontology: A Volume in Memorial to John E.Guilday. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Museum of Natural History, pp.347-369.

Adovasio, James M., Donahue, J., Cushman, K., Carlisle, Ronald C., Stuckenrath, Robert, Gunn, J. D. and Johnson, W. C. 1983. Evidence from Meadowcroft Rock-shelter. In: Shutler, R. S.,Jr., Early Man in the New World. Beverly Hills, California: Sage Publications, pp.163-190.

Adovasio, James M., Donahue, J., Stuckenrath, Robert and Gunn, J. D. 1981. The Meadowcroft Papers: A Response to Dincauze. Quarterly Review of Archaeology, 2(3): 14-15.

Adovasio, James M., Fry, G. F., Gunn, J. and Maslowski, R. 1981. An Overview of Prehistoric and Historic Settlement Patterns in Western Cyprus. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 13: 53-67.

Afable, Patricia 1999. Notes on the History of the Agno River and the Dams. Baguio Midland Courier, 52.5: 11

Afable, Patricia O. 1998. The linguistic and historical background to "kanyaw" (with a brief note on Igorot). The Igorot Quarterly, 7(4): 1-11.

Afable, P.O. 2004. The Baguio and Trinidad Business Families and the Japanese Association. In: Afable, P.O., Japanese Pioneers in the Northern Philippine Highlands, A Centennial Tribute, 1903-2003. Filipino Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, pp.164-203.

Afable, P.O. 2004. Building Bridges in a Faraway Place: Japanese Pioneers in Baguio and Benguet History. In: Afable, P.O., Japanese Pioneers in the Northern Philippine Highlands: A Centennial Tribute, 1903-2003. Filipino Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, pp.2-59.

Afable, P.O. 2004. Journeys from Bontoc to the Western Fairs, 1904-1915: the "Nikimalika" and their Interpreters. Philippine Studies, 52(4): 36

Afable, P.O. 2004. The Baguio Japanese School. In: Afable, P.O., Japanese Pioneers in the Northern Philippine Highlands, A Centennial Tribute, 1903-2003. Filipino Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, pp.212-229.

Afable, P.O. 2004. Charles Muneo Teraoka, A Building Contractor in Baguio. In: Afable, P.O., Japanese Pioneers in the Northern Philippine Highlands, A Centennial Tribute, 1903-2003. Filipino Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, pp.230-239.

Afable, P.O. 2003. Commerce, Indigenous Knowledge and Museum Science in Early American Industrial Education in the Philippines: the Example of Basket-Making. In: Corazon, D.,V., Back to the Future: Perspectives on the Thomasite Legacy to Philippine Education. American Studies Association of the Philippines, pp.232-255.

Afable, Patricia O. 2000. Kalanguya Sung Poetry as a Cultural Resource. In: Charles, J. H. M. and Guillermo, M. Pesigan, Old Ties and New Solidarities: Studies on Philippine Communities. Ateneo de Manila University Press, pp.24-40.

Afable, P.O. 2004. The Furuya Photographic Collection. In: Afable, P.O., Japanese Pioneers in the Northern Philippine Highlands, A Centennial Tribute, 1903-2003. Filipino Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, pp.240-247.

Afable, P.O.. 2004. Japanese Pioneers in the Northern Philippine Highlands: A Centennial Tribute, 1903-2003. Filipino Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon.

Afable, P.O. 2004. Introduction. In: Afable, P.O., Japanese Pioneers in the Northern Philippine Highlands: A Centennial Tribute, 1903-2003. Filipino Japanese Foundation of Northern Luzon, pp.xix-xxvii.

Afable, Patricia O. 1998. The linguistic and historical background to "kanyaw" (with a brief note on Igorot). The Igorot Quarterly, 7(4): 1-11.

Afable, Patricia O. 1995. The peoples of Eduardo Masferré's photographs. Discovery, 25(2): 10-19.

Aiello, L. C., Collard, M., Thackeray, J. F. and Wood, Bernard 2000. Assessing Exact Randomization Methods for Determining the Taxonomic Significance of Variability in the Hominin Fossil Record. South African Journal of Science, 96(4): 179-184.

Aiello, L. C., Wood, Bernard, Key, C. and Lewis, M. 1999. Morphological and Taxonomic Affinities of the Olduvai ulna (OH 36). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 109(1): 89-110.

Ainis, Amira, Vellanoweth, Rene, Davis, Troy, Erlandson, Jon and Rick, Torben C. 2011. Changes in Marine Subsistence from 8500 to 2400 Years Ago: Analysis of Bulk Samples from Cave of the Chimneys (CA-SMI-603). Journal of California and Great Basin Anthropology, 31: 59-79.

Albanese, A. 1986. The geology and soils at the Colby site. In: The Colby mammoth site: taphonomy and archaeology of a Clovis kill in northern Wyoming. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, pp.143-163.

Albanese, John 1987. Geologic Investigations. In: Frison, George C. and Todd, Lawrence C., The Horner Site: The Type Site of the Cody Cultural Complex. Orlando: Academic Press, pp.279-326.

Albanese, John P. 1984. Geology of the Dead Indian Creek Site. Wyoming Archaeologist, 27: 101-110.

Albanese, John P. 1985. Geology of the Mekean Site (48CK7). In: Kornfeld, Marcel and Todd., Lawrence C., Occasional Papers on Wyoming Archaeology. Laramie: Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist, pp.63-78.

Albanese, John P. 1984. Geological Investigation at 48 FR 1398. In: Walker, Danny N. and Todd, Lawrence C., Archaeological Salvage at 48 FR 1398: The Castle Gardens Access Road Site, Fremont County, Wyoming. Laramie: Office of the Wyoming State Archaeologist, pp.65-74.

Alesbury, Helen S., Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Bernstein, Robin 2013. Utility of the Frontonasal Suture for Estimating Age at Death in Human Skeletal Remains. Journal of Forensic Sciences, 58(1): 104-108.

Allen, R. O., Allen, K. K., Holland, C. G. and Fitzhugh, William W. 1978. Utilisation of soapstone in Labrador by Indians, Eskimos and Norse. Nature, 271(5642): 237-239.

Allen, R. O., Ramboush, H., Nagle, C. and Fitzhugh, William W. 1984. Use of rare earth element analysis to study the utilization and procurement of soapstone along the Labrador coast. In: Lambert, Joseph B., Archaeological Chemistry III. Washington, DC: American Chemical Society, pp.3-18.

Allison, Ian, Béland, Michel, Alverson, Keith, Bell, Robin, Carlson, David, Cutler, Paul, Danell, Kjell, Ellis-Evans, Cynan, Fahrback, Eberhard, Hovelsrud, Grete, Huber, Johannes, Kotlyakov, Vladimir, Krupnik, Igor, Lopez-Martinez, Jerónimo, Tillmann, Mohr, Odmark, Helena, Qin, Dahe, Volker, Rachold, Rapley, Chris, Odd, Rogne, Sarukhanian, Eduard, Summerhayes, Colin and Yamanouchi, Takashi. 2009. The state of polar research: A statement from the International Council for Science/World Meteorological Organization Joint Committee for the International Polar Year 2007-2008. World Meteorological Organization. 12 pages.

Allison, Ian, Beland, Michel, Alverson, Keith, Bell, Robin, Carlson, David, Danell, Kjell, Ellis-Evans, Cynan, Fahrbach, Eberhard, Fanta, Edith, Fujii, Yoshiyuki, Glaser, Gisbert, Goldfarb, Leah, Hovelsrud, Grete, Huber, Johannes, Kotlyakov, Vladimir, Krupnik, Igor, Lopez-Martinez, Jeronimo, Mohr, Tillmann, Qin, Dahe, Rachold, Volker, Rapley, Chris, Rogne, Odd, Sarukhanian, Eduard, Summerhayes, Colin and Xiao, Cunde. 2007. The Scope of Science for the International Polar Year 2007–2008. WMO/TD 1364. Geneva: World Meteorological Organization. 79 pages.

Allison, Ian and Krupnik, Igor I. 2011. Organization and Implementation of IPY: 2005-2009. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerheyes, Colin, Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.87-114.

Andrews, R. L. and Adovasio, J. M.. 1986. Perishable Industries from Dirty Shame Rockshelter, Malheur County, Oregon. Pittsburgh: Department of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh. (Ethnology Monographs; 9) 233 pages.

Andrews, R. L. and Adovasio, James M. 1986. 'Minor League?' A Reply to Glenna Williams-Dean. North American Archaeologist, 7(4): 355-364.

Angel, J. L. 1971. Disease and Culture in the Ancient East Mediterranean. In: Anthropological Congress dedicated to Ales Hrdlicka, 30th August-5th September 1969, Praha and Humpolec. Praha: Academia [Publishing House of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences], pp.503-508.

Angel, J. L. 1975. Paleoecology, Paleodemography, and Health. In: Polgar, S., Population, Ecology, and Social Evolution. Mouton: The Hague, pp.167-190.

Angel, J. L. 1974. Patterns of Fractures from Neolithic to Modern Times. Anthropologiai Kozlemenyek, 18: 9-18.

Angel, J. L. 1974. Early Neolithic People of Nea Nikomedeia. Fundamenta. Die Anfänge des Neolithikums von Orient bis Nordeuropa. Anthropologie, 8: 103-112.

Angel, J. L. 1973. Neolithic Human Remains. Hesperia, 42(3): 253-283.

Angel, J. L. 1973. Late Bronze Age Cypriotes from Bamboula. In: Benson, Jack L., Bamboula at Kourion. Philadelphia: Museum Monographs, University of Pennsylvania Press, pp.148-165.

Angel, J. L. 1973. Human Skeletons from Grave Circles at Mycenae. In: Mylonas, George E., Grave circle B of Mycenae. The Archaeological Society of Athens, pp.379-397.

Angel, J. L. 1975. Human Skeletons from Eleusis. In: Mylonas, G. E., The South Cemetery of Eleusis. Athens: The Athens Archaeological Society, pp.14

Angel, J. L. 1974. The Cultural Ecology of General Versus Dental Health. In: Bernhard, Wolfram and Kandler, Anneliese, Biology of human populations. Contributions to their structure and dynamics (Bevölkerungsbiologie. Beitrage zur Struktur und Dynamik menschlicher Populationen in anthropologischer Sicht.). Stuttgart: Gustav Fischer Verlag, pp.382-391.

Angel, J. L. 1971. Early Skeletons from Çatai Hüyük: Demography and Pathology. Anatolian Studies, 21: 77-98.

Angel, J. L. 1984. "Health as a crucial factor in the changes from hunting to developed farming in the eastern Mediterranean", In: Paleopathology at the origins of agriculture. p. 51-74.Academic Press

Angel, J. L. 1972. Biological relations of Egyptian and Eastern Mediterranean populations during Pre-dynastic and Dynastic times. Journal of human evolution, 1(3): 307-313.

Angel, J. L. 1985. The Forensic Pathologist's Examination. Pathologist, 39(5):

Angel, J. L. 1972. Genetic and Social Factors in a Cypriote Village. Human Biology, 44: 53-80.

Angel, J. L. 1984. Comments on Beals, K. L., C. L. Smith, and S. M. Dodd. Brain Size, Cranial Morphology, Climate, and Time Machines. Current anthropology, 25: 301-330.

Angel, J. L. 1982. A New Measure of Growth Efficiency: Skull Base Height. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 58(3): 297-305.

Angel, J. L. 1972. A Middle Paleolithic temporal bone from Darra-i-Kur, Afghanistan. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, 62(4): 54-56.

Angel, J. L. 1972. Ecology and population in the Eastern Mediterranean. World Archaeology, 4(1): 87-105.

Angel, J. L. 1984. Variation in Estimating Age at Death of Skeletons. Collegium Anthropologicum, 8(2): 163-167.

Angel, J. L. 1979. Osteoarthritis in Prehistoric Turkey and Medieval Byzantium. Henry Ford Hospital medical journal, 27(1): 38-43.

Angel, J. L. 1978. Porotic Hyperostosis in the Eastern Mediterranean. MCV Quarterly, 14(1): 10-16.

Angel, J. L. 1976. Colonial to Modern Skeletal Change in the U.S.A. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 45(3): 723-736.

Angel, J. L. 1983. Ancient skeletons from Asine. In: Styrenius, Carl-Gustaf, Dietz, Søren and Wells, Berit, Asine II. Results of the excavations east of the Acropolis, 1970-1974, Parts 3-4. Svenska Institutet i Athen, pp.105-138.

Angel, J. L. 1976. Introduction to Symposium in Honor of T. Dale Stewart (ed. J. L. Angel.). American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 45(3): 519-530.

Angel, J. L. 1981. History and Development of Paleopathology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 56: 509-515.

Angel, J. L. 1982. Osteoarthritis and Occupation (Ancient and Modern). In: Novotny, V. V., Second Anthropological Congress of Aleš Hrdlička. Prague: Universitas Carolina Pragensis, Charles University, pp.443-446.

Angel, J. L., Bisel, S. and Dietz, S. 1980. Det mykenske menneske (The Mycenean People). Journal of Nationalmuseets, : 5-13.

Angel, J. L. and Caldwell, P. C. 1984. Death by strangulation: a forensic anthropological case from Wilmington, Delaware. In: Rathbun, Ted A. and Buikstra, Jane E., Human identification : case studies in forensic anthropology. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, pp.168-175.

Angel, J. L. and Cherry, Donald G. 1977. Personality Reconstruction From Unidentified Remains. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 46(8): 12-15.

Angel, J. L., Finnegan, Michael and Setzer, Henry W. 1974. Bones Can Fool People. F.B.I.Law enforcement bulletin, 43(1): 16-20.

Angel, J. L. and Kelley, Jennifer Olsen 1986. Description and Comparison of the Skeleton. In: Wendorf, Fred and Schild, Romuald, The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, pp.53-70.

Angel, J. L., Suchey, J. M., Iscan, M. Y. and Angel, J. Lawrence 1986. Age at death estimated from the skeleton and viscera. In: Zimmerman, Michael R. and Angel, J. Lawrence, Dating and Age Determination of Biological Materials. London: Croom Helm, pp.179-220.

Angel, J. L. and Zimmerman, M. R. 1982. T. Aidan Cockburn, 1912–1981: A Memorial. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 58: 121-122.

Anichtchenko, Evgenia and Crowell, Aron L. 2010. Baidary Tikhookeanskikh Eskimosov po Dannym Arkheologogii i Etnographii. Sbornik Museja Antropologii y Etnographii, 56: 198-227.

Anoldi, M.J. 2005. African Voices: A Dynamic Collaboration between the Museum and its Communities. Senri Ethnological Reports National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka Japan, 54: 79-92.

Anoldi, Mary J. 2003. Symbolically Inscribing the City: Public Sculpture in Mali: 1995-2002. African Arts, XXXVI(2): 56-65, nt.

Antón, Susan C., Potts, Richard and Aiello, Leslie C. 2014. Evolution of early Homo: An integrated biological perspective. Science, 345(6192):

Aranda-Gómez, José J. and Luhr, James F. 1996. Origin of the Joya Honda maar, San Luis Potosí, México. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 74(1-2): 1-18.

Arbolino, R.D.. 2003. Assessment of a Lineal Descendant Request for the Repatriation of Human Remains from the Big Hole Ba. Department of Anthropology, National of Museum of Natural History.

Arbolino, R.D.. 2003. Assessment of a Repatriation Request for a Cayuse Dress in the National Museum of Natural History. Department of Anthropology, National of Museum of Natural History.

Arbolino, Risa D., Ousley, Stephen D. and Jones, Erica B.. 2005. Reassessment of the Cultural Affiliation of Human Remians and Funerary Objects from Seaside, Oregon at the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. Repatriation Office, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.

Archambault, Joallyn 1994. Bringing Civility to Science Museums. In: Glaser, Jane R. and Zenetou, Artemis A., Gender perspectives : essays on women in museums. Washington: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.83-83.

Archambault, Joallyn 1996. Anthropology and Indians. In: The Encyclopedia of North American Indians. Houghton Mifflin, pp.

Archambault, Joallyn 1996. Beads and Beadwork. In: Birchfield, D. L., The Encyclopedia of North American Indians. New York: Marshall Cavendish, pp.

Archambault, Joallyn 1996. Pan-Indian Organizations. In: The Encyclopedia of North American Indians. New York: Marshall Cavendish, pp.

Archambault, Joallyn and Sturtevant, William C. 1996. Museums and Collectors. In: The Encyclopedia of North American Indians. New York: Marshall Cavendish, pp.407-410.

Archambault, Joallyn and Sturtevant, William C. 2004. Native Americans and Smithsonian Research. In: Selig, Ruth O., London, Marilyn R. and Kaupp, P. Ann, Anthropology Explored, 2nd edition. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Books, pp.347-354.

Archambault, JoAllyn and Surtevant, William C. 1996. 150 Years of Native American Research at the Smithsonian. AnthroNotes, 18(3): 8-11.

Archer, Will, Braun, David R., Harris, Jack W. K., McCoy, Jack T. and Richmond, Brian G. . Early Pleistocene aquatic resource use in the Turkana Basin. Journal of Human Evolution, :

Arnold, Dean E., Bohor, Bruce F., Neff, Hector, Feinman, Gary M., Williams, Patrick Ryan, Dussubieux, Laure and Bishop, Ronald L. 2012. The first direct evidence of pre-columbian sources of palygorskite for Maya Blue. Journal of Archaeological Science, 39(7): 2252-2260.

Arnoldi, Mary J.. Ancestors of Congo Square African Art in the New Orleans Museum of Art. 2011.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2012. "From Timbuktu to Washington" Reflections on the 2003 Mali Porgram at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Africa Today, 59(1): 3-24.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 1987. The Legacy of A Name Among the Bamana of Mali. In: Generations A Universal Family Album. New York and Washington: Pantheon and Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, pp.157-159.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2006. Ndomo Ritual and Sogo bo Play: Boy's masquerading among the Bamana of Mali. In: Ottenberg, Simon and Binkley, David, African Children's Masquerades Playful Performers. New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, pp.49-66.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2005. African Voices: A Dynamic Collaboration between the Museum and Its Communities. In: Kawaguchi, Yukiya and Yoshida, Kenji, Representing African Art and Cultures. Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, pp.79-97.

Arnoldi, M.J. 2004. Commentaries on Beliefs and Values. In: Lamp, F., See the Music, Hear the Dance: Africa at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Prestel, pp.272-275.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2007. Bamako, Mali: Monuments and Modernity in the Urban Imagination. Africa Today, 54(2): 2-24.

Arnoldi, M.J. 2004. African Puppetry. In: African Folklore: An Encyclopedia., pp.376-378.

Arnoldi, M.J. 2003. Naloma-Tlon. In: The Oxford Encyclopedia of Theatre and Performance., pp.911

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2010. Headdress and Hairdos. In: Eicher, Joanne and Ross, Doran, Berg encyclopedia of world dress and fashion. Oxford, UK: Berg Publishers, pp.100-106.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 1998. Yaya Coulibaly: A Malian Puppeteer. Puppetry International, 4: 8-11.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2010. Malian Dress. In: Eicher, Joanne and Ross, Doran, Berg encyclopedia of world dress and fashion. Oxford: Berg, pp.278-283.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2006. Youth Festivals and Museums: The Cultural Politics of Public Memory in Post Colonial Mali. Africa Today, 52(4): 54-76.

Arnoldi, M.J. 2003. Koteba. In: The Oxford Encyclopedia of theater and performance., pp.695

Arnoldi, M.J. 2003. Mali Puppet Theatre. In: The Oxford Encyclopedia of theatre and performance., pp.792

Arnoldi, M.J. 2004. Criaçao, Imaginaçao, e Conhecimento nas Máscaras e Marionetas do Mali/ Création, Imagination et Connaissance à Travers les Masques et Marionnettes du Mali. In: Francisco, C., Sogobò: máscaras e Marionetas do Mali/Masques et Marionettes du Mali. Instituto Portugues de Museus, pp.22-69.

Arnoldi, M.J. 2005. Les sculptures de la rotonde du Musee royal de l'Afrique centrale (1910-2005). In: Vellut, J.L., La memoire du Congo le temps colonial., pp.180-184.

Arnoldi, M.J. 2003. Art Colonial: les sculpteurs belges au Congo: 1911-1960. In: Guisset, J. and Cornelius, S., Regards sur l'art africaniste en Belgique 1880-1960. Musee royal de l'Afrique centrale et Centre culturel de Woluwe-Saint Pierre, pp.224-251.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2003. Mali: History, Cultures, and the Arts. Anthronotes, 24(2): 1-10.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2003. Resources on Mali. Anthronotes, 24(2): 10, 15-16.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2009. Review of:African Art and the Colonial Encounter: Inventing a Global Commodity, by Sidney Littlefield Kasfir. Research in African Literatures, 40(3): 246-247.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2001. Imperato, Legends, Sorcerers, and Enchanted Lizards: Door Locks of the Bamana of Mali. International Journal of African Historical Studies, 34: 724-725.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 2008. From the Diorama to the Dialogic: A Century of Exhibiting Africa at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History. In: Blanchard, Pascal, Bancel, Nicolas, Boetsch, Gilles, Deroo, Eric, Lemaire, Sandrine and Forsdick, Charles, Human Zoos: Science and Spectacle in the Age of Colonial Empires. Liverpool, UK: Liverpool University Press, pp.307-327.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 1988. Playing the Puppets: Innovation and Rivalry in Bamana Drama in Mali. TDR Performance Studies, 32(2): 65-82.

Arnoldi, Mary J. 1987. Rethinking Definitions of African Traditional and Popular Arts. African Studies Review, 30(3): 79-83.

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Fitzhugh, William W. 2004. Foreword. In: Dubreuil, Chisato, From the Playground of the Gods: the Life and Art of Bikky Sunazawa. Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, pp.xi-xvii.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2005. Review of:Maps, Myths, and Men: The Story of the Vinland Map. Science, 307(5714): 1413-1414.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2006. Cultures, Borders, and Basques. Archaeological Surveys on Quebec's Lower North Shore. British Archaeological Reports: From the Arctic to Avalon.Papers in Honor of Jim Tuck, 1507: 53-65.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2006. Gateways Project: 2005 Field Report. Archaeology in Newfoundland & Labrador, 4: 25-31.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2004. Foreword. In: Krupnik, Igor and Tonia, Horton, Northern Ethnographic Landscapes: Perspectives from Circumpolar Nations. Arctic Studies Center, pp.xv

Fitzhugh, William W. 2009. Exploring cultural boundaries: the less 'invisible' Inuit of southern Labrador and Quebec. In: Gronnow, Bjarne, On the track of the Thule culture from Bering Strait to East Greenland. Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark, pp.129-148.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2009. Hamilton Inlet, Coastal Eastern Labrador: Cultural Boundary Shifts Along a Forest-Tundra Frontier. In: McManamon, Francis P., Cordell, Linda S., Lightfoot, Kent G. and Milner, George R., Archaeology in America: an Encyclopedia. Westport, Connecticut; London: Greenwood Press, pp.4:343-4:348.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1980. Preliminary-Report on the Torngat Archaeological Project. Arctic, 33(3): 585-606.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1977. Population Movement and Culture Change on Central Labrador Coast. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, : 481-497.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2000. Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga. Anthronotes, 22(1): 1-9.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2003. Heritage Anthropology in the "Jesup-2" Era: Exploring North Pacific Cultures Through Cooperative Research. In: Kendall, L. and Krupnik, Igor, Constructing Cultures Then and Now: Celebrating Franz Boas and the Jesup North Pacific Expedition. Contributions to Circumpolar Anthropology, 4. Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, pp.287-306.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2003. Arctic Studies Newsletter, no. 11. Arctic Studies Center Newsletter, 11: 40

Fitzhugh, William W. 2007. Underwater Archaeology at the Hare Harbor Basque Site at Petit Mecatina. Archaeology in Newfoundland & Labrador, 5: 45-57.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2006. Settlement, Social, and Ceremonial Change in the Labrador Maritime Archiac. In: Sanger, David and Priscilla, Renouf, The Northeastern Archaic: Papers From a Symposium. University of Maine Press, pp.47-82.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2005. The Deer Stone Project: Exploring Northern Mongolia and its Arctic Connections. In: Fitzhugh, William W., Bayarsaikhan, Jamsranjav and Marsh, Peter K., The Deer Stone Project: Anthropological Studies in Mongolia 2002-2004. Arctic Studies Center/Smithsonian Institution and National Museum of Mongolian History, pp.3-34.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2005. Foreword. In: Knutsen, Willie and Will, C. Knutsen, Arctic Sun on My Path the True Story of Americas Last Great Polar Explorer. Lyons: Globe Pequot Press, pp.ix-xiii.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1973. Culture History and Ecology of Prehistoric Maritime Cultures of Scandinavia. Year Book - the American Philosophical Society, 1973: 579-582.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1996. Smithsonian Institution. Arctic Research of the United States., 10: 100-106.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1995. Ancestral Times. In: Crossroads Alaska: native cultures of Alaska and Siberia. Washington, D.C.: Arctic Studies Center, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, pp.36-47.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1994. Richard H. Jordan: 1946–1991. American Antiquity, 59(1): 77-81.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1977. [Review] "Archaeological Material and Ethnic Identification: A Study of Lappnol Material from Varanger, Norway, by Else J. Kleppe.". Norwegian Archaeological Review, 10(1-2): 49-51.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1978. [Review] "Some Developments in North European Prehistory in the Period 1969–1976, by Carl-Axel Moberg.". Norwegian Archaeological Review, 11(1): 19-21.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1976. William Fitzhugh Comments on David Yesner's Review of Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Circumpolar Zone. Reviews in Anthropology, 3(5): 486-495.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1989. Smithsonian Institution. Arctic Research of the United States, 2: 74-77.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1977. Indian and Eskimo/Inuit Settlement History in Labrador: An Archeological View. In: Our Footprints Are Everywhere: Inuit Land Use and Occupancy in Labrador. Nain, Labrador: Labrador Inuit Association, pp.1-14.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1977. Regional Repositories: A View from the Smithsonian. In: Marquardt, William H., Regional Centers in Archaeology: Prospects and Problems., pp.18-19.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2013. Review of:Archaeology and the Sea in Scandinavia and Britain. A Personal Account. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, 8: 144-146.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2000. Puffins, Ringed Pins, and Runestones: The Viking Passage to North America. In: Fitzhugh, William W. and Ward, E. I., Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.11-25.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2000. Stumbles and Pitfalls in the Search for Viking America. In: Fitzhugh, William W. and Ward, E. I., Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.374-384.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2012. Review of:Prehistory of Port au Choix: History, Cultures, and Landscape. Newfoundland and Labrador Studies, 27(1): 129-136.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2012. Call Me "Tiger": Ernest S. Burch, Jr., the Smithsonian, and Remembrance. Arctic Anthropology, 49(2): 221-226.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2010. Millennia of Change: Dynamics of Culture and Environment Along the Northern Forest Fringe. In: Golovnev, Andrei V., Papers from the Third Northern Archaeological Congress, Khanty-Mansiisk, Russia, 8-13 November, 2010. Khanty-Mansiisk, Russia: Siberian Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, pp.143-162.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2000. Vikings Arrive in North America B Again!. Scandinavian Review, : 50-56.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1989. United States Arctic Research Plan--Biennial Revision: 1990-1991. In: Arctic Research of the United States., pp.1-62.

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Fitzhugh, William W. 1971. Fife Brook Surveys and Excavations, Upper Deerfield River. Bulletin of the Massachusetts Archaeological Society, 33(1-2): 21-29.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1975. A Comparative Approach to Northern Maritime Adaptations. In: Fitzhugh, William W., Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Circumpolar Zone. The Hague: Mouton Publishers, pp.339-386.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1980. Comments on Ideas about Prehistoric Societies: Gutorm Gjessing and Arctic Archaeology. Norwegian Archaeological Review, 13(2): 120-122.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1984. Images from the Past: Thoughts on Bering Sea Eskimo Art and Culture. Expedition, 26(2): 24-39.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2000. Vikings in America: Runestones, Relics, and Revisionism. Minerva, 11(1): 8-12.

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Fitzhugh, William W. 1979. Les Modes d' adaptation bases sur le caribou dans les regions centrale et septentrionale du Labrador. In: Trudel, Francois, le Dossier Caribou., pp.55-70.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1980. Forward. In: Neudorfer, Giovanna, Vermont's Stone Chambers. Vermont Historical Society, pp.vi

Fitzhugh, William W. 1981. Smithsonian Archaeological Surveys, Central and Northern Labrador, 1980. In: Thomson, Jane, Archaeology in Newfoundland and Labrador: 1980. Newfoundland Museum, Historic Resources Division, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador, pp.26-47.

Fitzhugh, William W. 1981. A Prehistoric Caribou Fence from Williams Harbour, Northern Labrador. In: Megaliths to Medicine Wheels: Boulder Structures in Archeaology. Archaeological Association, Department of Archaeology, University of Calgary, pp.187-206.

Fitzhugh, William W. 2011. An Inuit Winter House on Petit Mecatina (Hare Harbor-1, EdBt-3) and Notes on the Harp Seal Failure of 2010. Provincial Archaeology Review, 9(March): 37-50.

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Fitzhugh, William W. 1974. Hound Pond 4: A Charles Complex Site in Groswater Bay, Labrador. Man in the Northeast, 7: 87-103.

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Fitzhugh, William W. 2009. The Mongolian Deer Stone-Khirigsuur Complex: Dating and Organiation of a Late Bronze Age Menagerie. In: Bemmann, Jan, Parzinger, Hermann, Pohl, Ernst and Tseveendorzh, Damdinsuren, Current Archaeological Research in Mongolia. Bonn: Vor- und Fruhgeschichtliche Archeologie , Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat, pp.183-199.

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Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1980. Hawaiian Art: An Anthropological Perspective. Educational Perspectives, 19(1): 10-15.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1983. A Further Note on the Cook Voyage Collection in Leningrad. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 92(1): 93-98.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1987. Review of Hula Ki'i. Hawaiian Puppetry by Katherine Luomala. Pacific Studies, 11(1): 149-153.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1988. Review of Half a Century of Dance Research, by Gertrude Kurath. Dance Research Journal, 20(1): 47-48.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1998. Review. In Oceania: Visions, Artifacts, Histories, by Nicholas Thomas. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 107(4): 432-433.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1999. The Mystique of Fieldwork. In: Buckland, Theresa J., Dance in the Field: Theory, Methods and Issues in Dance Ethnography. London: Macmillan, pp.13-25.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2013. Power, Prayer and Plumage. Hali, 175: 90-99.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1997. La vie sociale d'un masque des iles Mortlock. (The Social Life of a Mortlock Island Mask). In: La découverte du paradis : Océanie : curieux, navigateurs et savants.Association des conservateurs de la région Nord-Pas-de-Calais. Paris: Association conservateurs des musées Nord-Pas-de-Calais, pp.196-201.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2000. [Review of:] Maori Art and Culture. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 109(2): 209-211.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2000. [Review of:] Queen Salote of Tonga: The Story of an Era 1900–1965. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 109(2): 213-215.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1994. Die ethnographischen Sammlungen der Forsters aus dem Südpazifik: Klassische Empiric im Dienste der modernen Ethnologic." (The Forster Ethnographic Collections from the South Pacific: Science in the Service of Ethnography.). In: Klenke, Claus-Volker, Garber, Jörn and Heintze, Dieter, Georg Forster in interdisziplinärer Perspektive : Beiträge des Internationalen Georg Forster-Symposions in Kassel, 1.bis 4.April 1993. Berlin: Akademie Verlag, pp.59-75.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1993. Wood Analysis and Historical Contexts of Collecting Hawaiian Wooden Images: A Preliminary Report. In: Dark, Philip J. C. and Rose, Roger G., Artistic Heritage in a Changing Pacific. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, pp.41-46.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1997. Reprint of Structured Movement Systems in Tonga, 1985. In: Williams, Drid, Anthropology and human movement : the study of dances. Lanham, Md.: Scarecrow Press, pp.88-122.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1999. Kie Hingoa: Mats of Power, Rank, Prestige and History. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 108(2): 168-232.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2000. Dance Ethnology and the Anthropology of Dance. Dance Research Journal, 32(1): 116-225.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1996. The investiture of 'Ulukalala': a moment in history. In: Davidson, Janet M. and Green, R. C., Oceanic culture history : essays in honour of Roger Green. Dunedin North, New Zealand: New Zealand Journal of Archaeology, pp.475-489.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1998. The Göttingen Collection in an International Context. In: Hauser-Schäublin, Brigitta, Krüger, Gundolf and Feest, Christian F., James Cook : gifts and treasures from the South Seas : the Cook/Forster Collection, Göttingen = Gaben und Schätze aus der Südsee : Die Göttinger Sammlung Cook/Forster. Munich ; New York: Prestel, pp.86-93.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1995. Visible and Invisible in Hawaiian Dance. In: Farnell, Brenda M., Human action signs in cultural context : the visible and the invisible in movement and dance. Metuchen, N.J.: Scarecrow Press, pp.31-43.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1998. Airplanes and saxophones: post-war images in the visual and performing arts. In: Scarr, Deryck, Gunson, Niel and Terrell, Jennifer, Echoes of Pacific war. Canberra: Target Oceania, pp.38-63.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1994. Music, Metaphor, and Misunderstanding. Ethnomusicology, 38(3): 457-473.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2001. Dance and the Concept of Style. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 33: 49-63.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1996. The Great Stone Adze in the Smithsonian Institution:History and Provenance. Rapa Nui Journal, 10(4): 89-92.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1996. Dance. In: Levinson, David and Ember, Melvin, Encyclopedia of cultural anthropology. New York: Henry Holt and Co, pp.309-313.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1997. Tongan kava bowls as centerpieces for performance : Polynesien. Baessler-Archiv, 45: 47-61.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2012. Playing with fire: contemporizing Pele, the volcano goddess. In: Dunin, Elsie I., Stavelova, Daniela, Gremlicova, Dorota and Vejvoda, Zdenek, Dance, Gender and Meanings and Contemporizing Traditional Dance.. Prague, Czech Republic: Institute of Ethnology of the Academy of Sciences, pp.132-138.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2012. Ritual, theatre, and spectacle: exploring the rituals of Saint George's Day. In: Dunin, Elsie I., Giurchesca, Anca and Konczei, Csilla, From field to text & dance and space. Cluj-Napoca, Romania: The Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities, pp.139-142.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2012. Dynamic Dialogues: Writing Dance as Tradition, Contemporanity, and Fusion. In: Nor, Anis, Dancing Mosaic: Issues on Dance Hybridity. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaysia, pp.17-26.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2013. Chanting Grief, Dancing Memories: Objectifying Hawaiian Laments. In: Wild, Stephen, Roy, Di, Corn, Aaron and Martin, Ruth Lee, One Common Thread: The Musical World of Laments. Canberra: Australian National University, Humanities Research Centre, pp.71-81.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2012. Una introducción a la estėtica de la danza. In: Citro, Silvia and Aschieri, Patricia, Cuerpos En Movimiento.Antropologia de y desde las danzas. Buenos Aires: Editorial Biblos, pp.65-73.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1994. Paradise Regained: The Role of Pacific Museums in Forging National Identity. In: Kaplan, Flora, Museums and The Making of "Ourselves": The Role of Objects in National Identity. London: Leicester University Press, pp.19-44.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1990. The Production and Reproduction of Social and Cultural Values in the Compositions of Queen Salote of Tonga. In: Herndon, Marcia and Ziegler, Susanne, Music. Gender, and Culture. Berlin: International Institute for Comparative Music Studies and Documentation, pp.191-219.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1990. Hawaiian Art and the Communication of Social Values. In: Eban, Dan, Art as a Means of Communication in Pre-Literate Societies. Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, pp.259-270.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1990. Art and Aesthetics. In: Howard, Alan and Borofsky, Robert, Developments in Polynesian Ethnology. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, pp.211-240.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1993. Pacific Festivals, Past, Present, and Future. In: Arnell, David and Wolk, Lisette, Visions of the Pacific. Rarotonga, Cook Islands: Ministry of Cultural Development, pp.130-131.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2011. Tau`a`alo: Paddling Songs as Cultural Metaphor. In: Abels, Birgit, Austronesian Soundscapes: Performing Arts in Oceania and Southeast Asia. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp.223-240.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1988. Introduction. In: Kaeppler, Adrienne L. and Lewin, Olive, Come Mek Me Hol' Yu Han': The Impact of Tourism on Traditional Music. Kingston, Jamaica: Jamaica Memory Bank, pp.xiii

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1989. Dance. In: International Encyclopedia of Communications. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.450-454.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2009. Object entries, numbering 115. In: James Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific. London: Thames and Hudson, pp.143-265.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2009. Enlightened Encounters in the Unknown Pacific. In: James Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific. London: Thames and Hudson, pp.88-92.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2009. Enlightened Ethnographic Collections. In: James Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific. London: Thames and Hudson, pp.55-60.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2009. Preface, Captain Cook's Three Voyages of Enlightenment. In: James Cook and the Exploration of the Pacific. London: Thames & Hudson, pp.8, 18-23.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2007. Containers of Divinity. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 116(2): 97-130.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2007. Method and Theory and Analyzing Dance Structure With an Analysis of Tongan Dance. In: Kaeppler, A.L. and Dunin, E.I., Dance Structures. Perspectives on the analysis of Human Movement. Budapest: Akademiai Kaido. Hungarian Academy of Sciences, pp.53-102.

Kaeppler, A.L.. 2008. Traditional Polynesian Tattooing. (http://blog.oup.com/2008/03/polynesian_tattoo/http://blog.oup.com/2008/03/polynesian_tattoo/):,

Kaeppler, A.L. 2008. Dance. In: The International Encyclopedia of Communication, Volume III.. Oxford, UK and Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, pp.1165-1166.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2008. One Plus One Equals three [or More]: Dance Diversity as Intercultural Dialogues in the Pacific Islands. In: Sarkar-Munsi, U., Dance. Transcending Borders. New Delhi: Tulika books, pp.101-115.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1987. Polynesian Religion: Mythic Themes. In: The Encyclopedia of Religion. New York: Macmillan, pp.432-435.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1987. Spontaneous Choreography: Improvisation in Polynesian Dance. In: Yearbook of the International Council for Traditional Music., pp.13-22.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1985. Traditional Transmission and the Transmission of Tradition in Polynesian Dance. In: Becoming Human Through Music: The Wesleyan Symposium on the Perspectives of Social Anthropology in the Teaching and Learning of Music. Reston: Music Educators National Conference, pp.29-42.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1984. Foreword. In: Pritchard, Mary, Siapo: Samoan Bark Cloth. Pago Pago: Arts Council of American Samoa, pp.vi

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1985. Hawaiian Art and Society: Traditions and Transformations. In: Hooper, Antony and Huntsman, Judith, Transformations of Polynesian Culture. Auckland. New Zealand: The Polynesian Society, pp.105-131.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1997. From the Temple to the Festival Stage: Pacific Festivals as Modern Rituals. In: Hillis, Crusader and Dawkins, Urszula, New dance from old cultures : Green Mill papers 1996. Braddon, ACT: Published on behalf of Green Mill Dance Project by the Australian Dance Council (Ausdance), pp.15-20.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1995. Poetics and Politics of Tongan Barkcloth. In: Smidt, Dirk, Keurs, Pieter, Trouwborst, Albert, van Wengen, G. D. and Kooijman, Simon, Pacific material culture : essays in honour of Dr.Simon Kooijman on the occasion of his 80th birthday. Leiden: Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, pp.101-21.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1996. The investiture of 'Ulukalala': a moment in history. In: Davidson, Janet M. and Green, R. C., Oceanic culture history : essays in honour of Roger Green. Dunedin North, New Zealand: New Zealand Journal of Archaeology, pp.475-489.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1995. Eduard Arning's Hawaiian Collections. The Hawaiian Journal of History, 29: 179-183.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2000. The Feather Cape Enigma: English or American Indian?. Museum Anthropology, 23(3): 97-103.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2011. The Hands and Arms tell the Story: Movement Through Time in Eighteenth-Century Dance Depictions from Polynesia. In: Sparti, Barbara, Van Zile, Judy, Dunin, Elsie I., Heller, Nancy G. and Kaeppler, Adrienne L., Imaging Dance. Visual Representations of Dancers and Dancing. Hildesheim, Germany: Georg Olms Verlag, pp.87-102.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2011. The Contributions of Tupou II to Tongan Art and Society. In: Steen, Tangikina M. and Drescher, Nancy L., Tonga -- Land, Sea and People. Nuku`alofa, Tonga: Tonga Research Association, pp.68-77.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1998. Tonga-Entry into Complex Hierarchies. In: Hauser-Schäublin, Brigitta, Krüger, Gundolf and Feest, Christian F., James Cook : gifts and treasures from the South Seas : The Cook/Forster Collection, Göttingen = Gaben und Schätze aus der Südsee : Die Göttinger Sammlung Cook/Forster. Munich ; New York: Prestel, pp.195-220.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1986. Cultural Analysis, Linguistic Analogies, and the Study of Dance in Anthropological Perspective. In: Frisbie, Charlotte J., Explorations in Ethnomusicology: Essays in Honor of David P. McAllester., pp.25-33.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1995. They Seldom Dance on Star Trek: A Cautionary Tale for the Study of Dance and Ritual. In: Bielawski, Ludwik, Dance ritual and music: proceedings of the 18th Symposium of the Study Group on Ethnochoreology, the International Council for Traditional Music, August 9-18, 1994, in Skierniewice, Poland. Warsaw: Polish Sociey for Ethnochoreology : Institute of Art, Polish Academy of Sciences, pp.105-110.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1994. Dance and Dress as Sociopolitical Discourse. In: Proceedings : dance and its socio-political aspects : dance and costume / International Council for Traditional Music. Study Group on Ethnochoreology. Symposium. Nafplion: Peoponnesian Folklore Foundation, pp.45-51.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2010. Interpreting Ritual as Performance and Theory. Oceania, 80(3): 263-271.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2003. La danza y el concepto de estilo. Desacatos: Revista de Antropologia Social, 12: 93-104.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2006. Life in the Pacific in the 1700s and Today. In: Stephen, L., Life in the Pacific in the 1700s. Honolulu Academy of Arts, pp.9-19.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2004. Hawaiian Treasures at the Smithsonian Institution. AnthroNotes, 25(2): 9-10.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2006. Dances and Dancing in Tonga. Anthropological and Historical Discourses. In: Theresa, J.B., Dancing from Past to Present. Nation, Culture, Identities. University of Wisconsin Press, pp.25-51.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2006. La Dance Polynesienne, Dialogue Interculturel. In: Yves, L.F., D`Un Regard L'Autre. Historie des regards europeens sur l'Afrique, L'Amerique et l'Oceanie. Musee Quai Branly, pp.116-121.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2006. Tonga. In: Sean, W., The Ethnomusicologists' Cookbook: Complete Meals from Around the World. Routledge, pp.216-219.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2005. An Introduction to Aesthetics. In: Elsie, Ivancich D., nne von, Bibra Wharton and Laszlo, Felfoldi, Dance and Society: dancer as a cultural performer: re-appraising our past, moving into the future: 40th anniversay of Study Group on Ethnochoreology of International Council on Traditional Music. International Council for Traditional Music. Study Group on Ethnochoreology, pp.207-215.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2005. Art and Aesthetics in Tonga (South Pacific): An Integral Association of Visual and Performing Arts. In: Coquet, M., Brigitte, D. and Monique, J., Les Cultures a L`oeuvre, Rencontres en art. Biro. Editions de la Maison des sciences de l`homme, pp.249-302.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2005. Dance, Dancing and Discourse. In: Kaeppler, A.L., Global & Local: Dance in Performance. Cultural Centre University of Malaya, pp.293-302.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2006. The Gottingen Collection: A Cook-Voyage Treasure. In: Stephen, L., Life in the Pacific in the 1700s. Honolulu Academy of Arts, pp.49-53.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2006. The Pacific Islands. In: Burridge, S., Shifting Sands. Dance in Asia and the Pacific. Ausdance, pp.77-81.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2003. Sculptures of Barkcloth and Wood from Rapa Nui: Symbolic Continuities and Polynesian Affinities. RES 44 Anthropology and Aesthetics, 44: 10-69.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2003. An Introduction to Dance Aesthetics. Yearbook for Traditional Music, 35: 153-162.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2005. The Tongan Lakalaka as Sociopolitical Discourse. In: Ian, C. and Eve, C., Polynesian Paradox: Essays in Honour of Professor `I Futa Helu. Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific, pp.154-167.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2005. Animal Designs in Samoan Siapo, and Other Thoughts on Polynesian Barkcloth Design. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 114(3): 197-225.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2001. Tattooed Beauty: A Pacific Case Study. Anthronotes, 22(2): 9-13.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2007. Heliaki, Metaphor, and Allusion: the art and aesthetics of Koe `Otua mo Tonga ko Hoku Tofi`a. In: Elizabeth, W., Tonga and the Tongans. Tongan History Association, pp.65-74.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2007. Ballet, Hula, and "Cats": Dance as a Discourse on Blobalization. In: Mohd Anis, M.N., Dialogues in Dance Discourse: Creating Dance in Asia Pacific. University of Malaya, pp.1-14.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2007. Me`a lalanga and the Category Koloa: Intertwinging Value and History in Tonga. In: Atholl, A., Kaye, G. and Foss, L., Vastly Ingenious. The Archaeology of Pacific Material Culture, in Honour of Janet M. Davidson. Otago University Press, pp.145-154.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2004. Appreciation and Challenge: Remarks for the Launch of the Oldman Catalogues. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 113(4): 325-329.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2004. Queen Salote's Poetry as Works of Art, History, Politics, and Culture. [and] Notation, Texts, Translation, and Interpretation. In: HRH, P.N., Taumoefolau, M., Wood-Ellem, E. and Kaeppler, A.L., The Songs and Poems of Queen Salote. Vava`u Press, pp.26-65.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2002. Review of:Hawaiki, Ancestral Polynesia: An Essay in Historical Anthropology. Journal of Anthropological Research, 59: 565-566.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2004. Recycling Tradition: A Hawaiian Case Study. Dance Chronicle, 27(3): 293-311.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2005. Methode et theorie pour l`analyse structurale de la danse avec une analyse de la danse des iles Tonga. In: Kaeppler, A.L., Anthropologie de la danse: Genese et construction d'une discipline. Centre National de la Danse, pp.189-220.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2004. Tattooed Beauty: A Pacific Case Study. In: Selig, Ruth O., London, Marilyn R. and Kaupp, P. Ann, Anthropology Explored. Smithsonian Institution, pp.399-410.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2003. Metafora e messaggio nelle arti dello spettacolo (Asia, il Pacifico e Broadway). In: Enciclopedia della Musica. Volume Terzo Musico e Culture., pp.925-943.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2005. Polynesian Religion: Mythic Themes. In: Encyclopedia of Religion., pp.7312-7315.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2004. Ethnographic Results of Cook's Voyages. In: The Captain Cook Encyclopaedia., pp.93-97.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1995. The Paradise Theme in Modern Tongan Music. In: Ellis, Catherine J., Barwick, Linda, Marett, Allan and Tunstill, Guy, The essence of singing and the substance of song : recent responses to the aboriginal performing arts and other essays in honour of Catherine Ellis. Sydney: University of Sydney, pp.159-183.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1990. Musicology Plus (or Minus) Anthropology Does Not Equal Ethnomusicology. Ethnomusicology, 34(2): 275-279.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1988. She Writes the Songs that Make the Whole World Sing. Matangi Tonga, 3(4): 37-39.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2009. Lakalaka and Mak Yong: A Story of two Masterpieces (Keynote). In: Proceedings of the 25th Symposium of the ICTM Study Group on Ethnochoreology.. Kuala Lumpur: University of Malaya, pp.1-7.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2008. Preface and Hawaiian Ethnography and the Study of Hawaiian Collections. In: Kaeppler, Adrienne L., Schindelbeck, M. and Speidel, G. E., Old Hawai`i: An Ethnography of Hawai`i in the 1880s Based on the Research and Collections of Eduard Arning in the Museum Für Volkerkunde, Berlin. Berlin: Ethnologisches Museum. Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, pp.32-42.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1988. Pacific Culture History and European Voyages. In: Eisler, William and Smith, Bernard, Terra Australis: The Furthest Shore. Sydney: Art Gallery of New South Wales, pp.141-146.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1985. Structured Movement Systems in Tonga. In: Spencer, Paul, Society and the Dance: The Social Anthropology of Performance and Process. Cambridge University Press, pp.92-118.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1986. Movement in the Performing Arts of the Pacific Islands. In: Fleshman, Bob, Theatrical Movement: A Bibliographical Anthology. Scarecrow Press, pp.586-600.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1987. Pacific Festivals and Ethnic Identity. In: Falassi, Alessandro, Time Out of Time: Essays on the Festival. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, pp.162-170.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1985. Anthropology and the U. S. Exploring Expedition. In: Viola, Herman J. and Margolis, Carolyn, Magnificent Voyagers, The U. S. Exploring Expedition, 1838-1842. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution, pp.119-147.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1988. Hawaiian Tattoo: A Conjunction of Genealogy and Aesthetics. In: Rubin, Arnold, Marks of Civilization. Los Angeles: Museum of Cultural History, pp.157-170.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1989. Museums of the World—Stages for the Study of Ethnohistory. In: Pearce, Susan M., Museum Studies in Material Culture. Leicester, England: Leicester University Press, pp.83-96.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1980. Polynesian Music and Dance. In: May, Elizabeth, Musics of Many Cultures. University of California Press, pp.131-153.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1988. Four Entries (Hawaiian "Lei niho palaoa", Fijian "Kali", Marquesan "'U'u" and "Pu". In: Greub, Suzanne, African, Oceanic, and Indonesian Masterpieces in the Rotterdam Museum of Ethnology. Basel: Tribal Art Centre, pp.114-121.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1988. Pacific Festivals and the Promotion of Identity, Politics, and Tourism. In: Kaeppler, Adrienne L. and Lewin, Olive, Come Mek Me Hol' Yu Han': The Impact of Tourism on Traditional Music. Kingston, Jamaica: Jamaica Memory Bank, pp.121-138.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2009. Two Unusual Wooden Figures from the Marquesas Islands. In: Hermann, E., Klenke, K. and Dickhardt, M., Form, Macht, Differenz. Motive and Felder ethnologischen Forschens. Gottingen, Germany: Universitatsverlag Gottingen, pp.141-148.

Kaeppler, A.L. 2009. El arte Rapa Nui en el contexto de Polinesia y Oceania [Rapa Nui art in its contexts of Polynesia and Oceania]. In: Kuhane Rapa Nui en las Islas del Pacifico. Santiago, Chile: Museo Nacional de Historia Natural, pp.14-19.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1989. Cook's Feathered Cape. Australian Natural History, 22(12): 548-550.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2009. "To Attempt Some New Discoveries in that Vast Unknown Tract", Rediscovering the Forster collections from Cook's second Pacific voyage. In: Hetherington, Michelle and Morphy, Howard, Discovering Cook's Collections. Canberra: National Museum of Australia, pp.58-77.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2010. The Beholder's Share: Viewing Music and Dance in a Globalized World. Ethnomusicology, 54(2): 185-201.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 2010. An Introduction to the Dress of the Pacific Islands. In: Eicher, Joanne B., Ross, Doran H. and Maynard, Margaret, Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion. New York: Oxford University Press, pp.367-374.

Kaeppler, Adrienne L. 1981. The Performing Arts of Papua, New Guinea. The Sixth Festival of Asian Arts, : 130-135.

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Kaeppler, Adrienne L.. 2000. Sculpture de Nukuoro and Sculpture d'Hawaii. Paris: Musee de quai Branly. (Sculptures, Afrique, Asie, Oceanie, Ameriques; ) 305 pages.

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Smith, Bruce D. 1983. A Review of the Investigations at Cedar Grove. In: Trubowitz, Neal, Cedar Grove: An Interdisciplinary Investigation of a Late Caddo Farmstead in the Red River Valley., pp.397-400.

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Smith, Bruce D. 1988. The Contributions of the Federal Archaeology Program to Southeastern Prehistory: A Problem Oriented Perspective. In: Keel, Bennie, Southeastern Archaeological Conference Special Publication No. 6., pp.50-52.

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St. Hoyme, Lucile E. and Koritzer, Richard T. 1970. Unusual Dental Pathology in an Illinois Indian ca. 500 A.D. Dental digest, 76: 386-387.

Stafford, M. D., Frison, George C., Stanford, Dennis J. and Zeimans, G. 2003. Digging for the color of life: Paleoindian red ochre mining at the Powars II site, Platte County, Wyoming, USA. Geoarchaeology-an International Journal, 18(1): 71-90.

Stanford, Dennis, Lowery, Darrin, Jodry, Margaret, Bradley, Bruce A., Kay, Marvin, Stafford, Thomas W., Jr. and Speakman, Robert J. 2014. New Evidence for a Possible Paleolithic Occupation of the Eastern North American Continental Shelf at the Last Glacial Maximum. In: Evans, Amanda M., Flatman, Joseph C. and Flemming, Nicholas C., . Springer New York, pp.73-93.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1990. Review of:El Inga: A Paleoindian Site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador, by W. Mayer-Oakes. American Anthropologist, 91: 183-184.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1989. Review of:The Colby Mammoth Site Taphonomy and Archaeology of a Clovis Kill in Northern Wyoming, by G. Frison and L. Todd. American Anthropologist, 90: 174-175.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1988. Review of:How to Deep-Freeze a Mammoth, by B. Kurten. American Anthropologist, 90: 174-175.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1988. Review of:On the Track of Ice Age Mammals, by A. Sutcliffe. American Anthropologist, 90: 174-175.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1983. Review of:Folsom Tools and Technology at the Hanson Site, Wyoming, by G. Frison and B. Bradley. American Anthropologist, 89: 447-449.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1982. Review of:Early Man in America from a Circum-Pacific Perspective, edited by A. Bryan. American Anthropologist, 89: 447-449.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1982. Review of:Pleistocene Bone Technology in the Beringian Refugium, by R. Bonnichsen. American Anthropologist, 89: 447-449.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1982. Review of:1982 A Report on the Banting and Hussey Sites: Two Paleoindian Campsites in Simcoe County, Southern Ontario, by P. Storck. American Anthropologist, 84: 447-449.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1981. Review of:The Hudson-Meng Site: An Alberta Bison Kill in the Nebraska High Plains, by L. Agenbroad. Plains Anthropologist, 26: 339-341.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1981. Review of:American Genesis, by J. Goodman. Science, 81(2): 91-92.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1981. Review of:1981 A Complete Manual of Field Archaeology: Tools and Techniques of Field Work for Archaeologists, by M. Joukowsky. New Mexico Historical Review, 2: 421-422.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1983. Evidence for Pre-Clovis Human Occupation South of the Ice-Sheets in North America. In: Shutler, Richard, Early Man in the New World. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications Inc, pp.65-72.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1983. Pleistocene Studies in Northeast China and the Rocky Mountains of Colorado: A Joint US - China Research Program on New World Cultural Origins. China News Exchange, 11: 6-8.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1979. The Selby and Dutton Sites: Evidence for a Possible Pre-Clovis Occupation of the High Plains. In: Humphrey, Robert L. and Stanford, Dennis J., Pre-Llano Cultures of the Americas: Paradoxes and Possibilities. Washington, D.C.: The Anthropological Society of Washington, pp.101-123.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1985. Sandia Cave: Its Significance to Early Man Studies in the New World. In: Haynes, C. V., Jr. and Agogino, G., Geochronology of Sandia Cave. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Press, pp.v-vi.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1979. Afterword: Resolving the Question of New World Origins. In: Humphrey, R. L. and Stanford, Dennis J., Pre-Llano Cultures of the Americas: Paradoxes and Possibilities. Washington, D.C.: The Anthropological Society of Washington, pp.147-150.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1982. A Critical Review of Archaeological Evidence Relating to the Antiquity of the Human Occupation of the New World. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Viola, Herman J., Plains Indian Studies A Collection of Essays in Honor of John C. Ewers and Waldo R. Wedel. Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.202-218.

Stanford, Dennis J. 2003. Mammoth Renderings: Remembering Robert Humphrey (1939-2002). Mammoth Trumpet, 18(2): 10-12.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1996. Forershaft Sockets as Possible Clovis Hafting Devices. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 13: 44-46.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1994. Hannah Marie Wormington: Pioneer Archaeologist. Monarch Society, :

Stanford, Dennis J. 1996. Hannah Marie Wormington. American Antiquity, 61: 274-278.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1996. Waldo R. Wedel. Anthropology Newsletter, 37(7): 8

Stanford, Dennis J. 1990. Paleoindian-Possible Asian Ancestors. In: Klein, R., McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology. McGraw-Hill, pp.45-47.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1997. The Walsh Cache. In: Les Paleoindiens des Grandes Plaines. Solutre, France: Musee Departemental de Prehistorire de Solutre, pp.40-43.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1991. Clovis Origins and Adaptations: An Introductory Perspective. In: Bonnichsen, Robson and Turnmire, Karen L., Clovis : origins and adaptations. Corvallis, OR: Center for the Study of the First Americans, Oregon State University, pp.1-13.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1990. Foreword. In: Yeager, C. G., History of the Stone Age Fair. Loveland, Colorado: Loveland Archaeological Society, pp.ii-iv.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1992. Introduction. In: Stanford, Dennis J. and Day, Jane S., Ice Age Hunters of the Rockies. Boulder, Colorado: University Press of Colorado, pp.1-5.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1998. The Drake Cache: A Clovis Site from North Central Colorado. In: Montet-White, Anta, Les Paleoindiens des Grandes Plaines. Solutre, France: Musee Departemental de Prehistorire de Solutre, pp.36-39.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1998. Bones and Stones-or Sheep?. In: Selig, R., Brooks, A., Lanonette, J. and London, M., Smithsonian Anthronotes: Learning about Humankind. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Anthronotes, pp.150-159.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1976. Walakkpa Site Alaska: Its Place in the Birnirk and Thule Cultures. Smithsonian Contributions to Anthropology, 20: 1-226.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1976. A Paleoindian site on the High Plains of Eastern Colorado, United States. Actas del XII Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, 3: 516-525.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1978. Comments on Cody Flaking Technology. Flintknappers Exchange, 1: 20-22.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1978. The Jones-Miller Site: An Example of Hell Gap Bison Procurement Strategy. In: Davis, Leslie B. and Wilson, Michael, Bison Procurement and Utilization: A Symposium., pp.90-97.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1979. Ice Age Hunters. National Geographic, 155: 114-119.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1979. Carving Up a “Mammoth” Stone Age Style. National Geographic, 155: 121-122.

Stanford, Dennis J. 2007. ARCHAEOLOGY: Folsom Points (book review). Science, 316(5831): 1569

Stanford, Dennis J. 2006. Paleo-Indian Introduction. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H., Stanford, Dennis J., Smith, Bruce D. and Szathmáry, J. E., Environment, Origins, and Population. Handbook of North American Indians, Vol., 3 Smithsonian Institution, pp.16-23.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1987. The 1st Americans .11. the Ginsberg Experiment. Natural History, 96(9): 10

Stanford, Dennis J. 1974. Preliminary Report of the Excavations of the Jones-Miller Site, Yuma County, Colorado. Southwestern Lore, 40(3/4): 29-36.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1975. Preliminary Report of the Excavation of the Jones-Miller Hell Gap Site, Yuma County, Colorado. Southwestern Lore, 40(3): 29

Stanford, Dennis J. 1977. Comments of Push vs. Pull Technique of Lithic Reduction. Flintknapers Exchange, 1(1): 20-22.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1981. Who's on First?. Science 81, 2(5): 91-92.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1990. Archaeological Research in the San Luis Valley. San Luis Valley Historian, 22: 33-39.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1987. Geoarchaeology: An International Journal. Society for Archaeological Sciences Newsletter, 10(1):

Stanford, Dennis J. 1999. Paleoindian archaeology and late Pleistocene environments in the Plains and southwestern United States. In: Bonnichsen, R. and Turnmire, K., Ice Age People of North America: Environments, Origins, and Adaptations. Corvallis: Center for the Study of the First Americans, pp.281-339.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1975. The 1975 Excavations at the Jones-Miller Site, Yuma County, Colorado. Southwestern Lore, 41(4): 34-38.

Stanford, Dennis J. 1982. Archeology: Folsom Tools and Technology at the Hanson Site, Wyoming, George C. Frison and Bruce A. Bradley.: A Report on the Banting and Hussey Sites. Two Paleo-Indian Campsites in Simcoe County, Southern Ontario. PL Storck.: Pleistocene Bone Technology in the Beringian Refugium. Robson Bonnichsen.: Early Man in America From a Circum-Pacific Perspective. Alan Lyle Bryan. American Anthropologist, 84(2): 447–449

Stanford, Dennis J. 1989. Linguistic Anthropology: El Inga: A Paleo-Indian Site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador. William J. Mayer-Oakes. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 76, Pt. 4. American Anthropologist, 91(2): 483–484

Stanford, Dennis J. 1984. The Jones-Miller Site: A Study of Hell Gap Bison Procurement and Processing. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 16: 615-635.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Albanese, J. 1975. Preliminary results of the Smithsonian Institution excavation at the Claypool site, Washington County, Colorado. Southwestern Lore, 41: 22–28

Stanford, Dennis J., Bonnichsen, R., Meggers, Betty J. and Steele, G. 2005. Paleoamerican Origins: Models, Evidence and Future Directions. In: Bonnichsen, R., Lepper, B., Stanford, Dennis J. and Waters, M., Paleoamerican Origins: Beyond Clovis. Texas A & M Press, pp.313-355.

Stanford, Dennis J., Bonnichsen, R. and Morlan, R. E. 1981. The Ginsberg Experiment: Modern and Prehistoric Evidence of a Bone Flaking Technology. Science, 212: 438-440.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Bradley, B. 2002. Ocean trails and prairie paths? Thoughts about Clovis origins. The First Americans: The Pleistocene Colonization of the New World, 27: 255–71

Stanford, Dennis J. and Bradley, B. 2000. The Solutrean Solution: Did Some Ancient Americans Come from Europe?. Scientific American Discovering Archaeology, 2(1): 54-55.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Bradley, Bruce. 2012. Across Atlantic Ice: The Origins of America's Clovis Culture. Berkeley: University of California Press. 319 pages.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Broilo, F. 1981. Frank’s Folsom Campsite In M. Foster, editor, Archaeological Essays in Honor of Mark Wimberly. The Artifact, 19: 1-13.

Stanford, Dennis J., Canales, E. Leon, Broster, J. and Norton, M. 2006. Clovis Blade Manufacture: Some Preliminary Data from the Carson-Conn-Short Site (40Bn190), Tennessee. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 23: 24-27.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Day, Jane S. (eds.). 1992. Ice Age Hunters of the Rockies. Boulder, Colorado: Denver Museum of Natural History and University Press of Colorado.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Graham, R. 1985. Archaeological Investigations of the Selby and Dutton Mammoth Kill Sites, Yuma County, Colorado. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 19: 519-541.

Stanford, Dennis J., Haynes, C. Vance, Jr., Saunders, G., Agogino, G. and Boldurian, A. 1990. Blackwater Draw Locality 1: History, Current Research, and Interpretations. In: Holliday, Vance T. and Johnson, Eileen, Fifty Years of Discovery: The Lubbock Lake Landmark. Lubbock: Museum of Texas Tech University, pp.105-153.

Stanford, Dennis J., Haynes, C. Vance, Jr., Saunders, J. and Agogino, G. 1986. Blackwater Draw Locality 1: History, Current Research and Interpretations. In: Holliday, Vance T., Guidebook to the Archaeological Geology of Classic Paleoindian Sites on the Southern High Plains, Texas and New Mexico. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, pp.82-112.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Haynes, G. 1984. On the Possible Utilization of Camelops by Early Man in North America. Quaternary Research, 22(2): 216-230.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Jodry, Margaret 2004. Key Points from Paleo notes and Collections. Southwestern Lore, 70(3): 79-89.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Jodry, Margaret 1988. The Drake Clovis Cache. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 5: 21-22.

Stanford, Dennis J., Jordon, J., Dixon, E. J. and Jodry, Margaret 1990. Archaeological Reconnaissance in the Great Kobuk Sand Dunes, Northwest Alaska. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 7: 44-47.

Stanford, Dennis J., Kearns, T. and Dorn, R. 1990. Flat Top Mountain and Initial Observations on Desert Varnish Cation Ratio Values from Southeastern Utah. Current Research in the Pleistocene, 7: 84-88.

Stanford, Dennis J., Larichev, V. Y. and Laricheva, I. P. 1976. PaleoIndian/Paleolithic Engravings of Mammoths. Archaeology of Eurasia (in Russian), : 126-139.

Stanford, Dennis J. and Patten, R. 1984. A Preliminary Report of a Cody Complex Site in North Central New Mexico. In: Condie, Carol J., Papers of the Philmont Conference on the Archeology of North Eastern New Mexico., pp.187-199.

Stanford, Dennis J., Wedel, Waldo R. and Scott, Glenn R. 1981. Archaeological Investigations of the Lamb Spring Site. Southwestern Lore, 47(1): 14-27.

Stanley, Daniel J., Jorstad, T. F., Bernasconi, Maria Pia, Stanford, Dennis J. and Jodry, Margaret 2008. Predynastic human presence discovered by core drilling at the northern Nile delta coast, Egypt. Geology, 36(8): 599-602.

Stewart, J. E. B., Eisenberg, A. J., Pokorak, E. G., Budowle, B., Dorsey, C., Gill-King, H., Murphy, P. M., Proudfoot, C. T., Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Willie, J. 2007. Missing Persons: Resources, Techniques, and Identification. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, XIII: 35-36.

Stewart, T. D. 1981. Aleš Hrdlicka, 1869–1943. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 56(4): 347-351.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1981. The Evolutionary Status of the First Americans. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 56(4): 461-466.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1982. William Levi Straus, Jr., 1900–1981. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 59(4): 359-360.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1973. Wilton Marion Krogman: A resumé. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 38(1): 53-55.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1982. Background of American Forensic Anthropology. Criminal Justice Review, 7(1): 4-7.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1980. Responses of the Human Skeleton to Change in the Quality of Life. Journal of forensic sciences, 25(4): 912-921.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1982. Pioneer Contributions of Harris Hawthorne Wilder, Ph.D., to Forensic Sciences. Journal of forensic sciences, 27(4): 754-762.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1983. Where Is Cope's Face?. Earth Sciences History, 2(1): 76-77.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1978. George A. Dorsey's Role in the Luetgert Case: A Significant Episode in the History of Forensic Anthropology. Journal of forensic sciences, 23(4): 786-791.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1972. What the Bones Tell Today. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, 41(2): 16-20.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. Foreword. In: Stewart, Thomas D., Personal Identification in Mass Disasters. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, pp.1-4.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. Identification of the Scars of Parturition in the Skeletal Remains of Females. In: Stewart, Thomas D., Personal Identification in Mass Disasters. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, pp.127-135.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. Selected Bibliography on Personal Identification. In: Stewart, Thomas D., Personal Identification in Mass Disasters. Washington, D.C.: National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, pp.137-155.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1973. The Indians of the Americas: Myths and Realities. Revista Interamericana, 3(1): 42-54.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1979. J. Lawrence Angel. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 51(4): 507-516.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1978. The Skull of Vendovi: A Contribution of the Wilkes Expedition to the Physical Anthropology of Fiji. Archaeology and Physical Anthropology in Oceania, 13(2): 204-214.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1975. Cranial Dysraphism Mistaken for Trephination. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 42(3): 435-437.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1979. The First Americans: Migrations to a New World. In: Lichtman, Allan J. and Challinor, Joan R., Kin and Communities: Families in America. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.59-75.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1976. Charles Weer Goff, 1897-1975. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 44: 220-222.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1977. The Neanderthal Skeletal Remains from Shanidar Cave, Iraq: A Summary of Findings to Date. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, 121: 121-165.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1975. The Growth of American Physical Anthropology Between 1925 and 1975. Anthropological Quarterly, 48: 193-204.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1980. Excavation of Protohistoric Arikara Indian Cemetery near Morbridge, South Dakota, 1971. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 12: 677-685.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1976. Are Supra-Inion Depressions Evidence of Prophylactic Trephination?. Bulletin of the history of medicine, 50: 414-434.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1976. Adolpho Hans Schultz (1891-1976). Yearbook of the American Philosophical Society, 39: 118-122.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1975. Recent Examples of Pseudo-Trephination. Actas del XLI Congreso International de Americanistas, 1: 99-102.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1975. Study of Human Skeletal Remains from Pueblo Ruins in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, 1935. In: National Geographic Society Research Reports, 1890-1954 Projects., pp.293-297.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1973. Recent Improvements in Estimating Stature, Sex, Age and Race from Skeletal Remains. In: Mant, A. K., Modern Trends in Forensic Medicine. London: Butterworths, pp.193-211.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1974. Recent Developments in Understanding the Relationship Between the Neanderthals and Modern Man. In: Elkin, A. P. and Macintosh, N. M. G., Sir Grafton Elliot Smith, the Man and his Works. Sydney: University of Sydney Press, pp.67-82.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1974. Perspectives on Some Problems of Early Man Common to America and Australia. In: Elkin, A. P. and Macintosh, N. M. G., Sir Grafton Elliot Smith, the Man and his Works. Sydney: University of Sydney Press, pp.114-135.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. Skin, Hair and Eyes [of Middle American Indians], A: Introduction. In: Stewart, Thomas D., Handbook of Middle American Indians. Austin: University of Texas Press, pp.164-166.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. Skin, Hair and Eyes [of Middle American Indians], D: Color of Eyes and Skin. In: Stewart, Thomas D., Handbook of Middle American Indians. Austin: University of Texas Press, pp.184-191.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. Physical Plasticity and Adaptation [of Middle American Indians]. In: Stewart, Thomas D., Handbook of Middle American Indians. Austin: University of Texas Press, pp.192-202.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1979. Forensic Anthropology. In: Goldschmidt, Walter, The Uses of Anthropology., pp.109-183.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1977. History of Physical Anthropology. In: Wallace, A. F. C., Perspectives on Anthropology 1976. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association, pp.70-79.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. Report on the Skeletal Remains from the St. Jones Adena Site near Lebanon, Delaware. Delaware State Museum Series Bulletin, 2: 46

Stewart, Thomas D. 1979. Patterning of Skeletal Pathologies and Epidemiology. In: Laughlin, William S. and Harper, Albert B., The First Americans: Origins, Affinities, and Adaptations. New York: Gustav Fischer, pp.257-274.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1974. Nonunion of Fractures in Antiquity, with Descriptions of Five Cases from the New World Involving the Forearm. Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 50(8): 875-891.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1984. Perspective on the Reporting of Forensic Cases. In: Rathbun, Ted A. and Buikstra, Jane E., Human Identification, Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology. Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas, pp.15-18.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1982. Scaphocephaly in Blacks; a Variant Form of Pathologic Head Deformity. Bulletins et Mémoires de Société d'Anthropologie de Paris, 9(13): 267-279.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1971. Use of the Hrdlicka Skeletal Collection in a Museum Presentation of the Biology of Man. In: Anthropological Congress dedicated to Aleš Hrdlicka, 30th August-5th September 1969, Praha, Humpolec. Praha: Academia [Publishing House of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences], pp.17-24.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1982. Hrdlicka's Dream of an American Institute of Physical Anthropology. In: Novotny, Vladimir V., Second Anthropological Congress at Ales Hrdlicka. Universitas Carolina Pragensis, pp.19-21.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1983. Adolph Hans Shultz, 1891-1976, a Biographical Memoir. In: Biographical Memoirs. Washington, D.C.: The National Academy Press, pp.324-349.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1984. Pathologic Changes in Aging Sacroiliac Joints. Clinical orthopaedics and related research, 183: 188-196.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1970. The Evolution of Man in Asia as Seen in the Lower Jaw. In: Proceedings of the VIIIth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Tokyo and Kyoto, 1968., pp.263-266.

Stewart, Thomas D. 1982. Helmut de Terra, 1900–1981. American Antiquity, 47(4): 793-794.

Stewart, Thomas D. and Spencer, F. 1978. Paris on the Potomac: Aleš Hrdlička's Vision of American Physical Anthropology. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 48: 440

Stinchcomb, G. E., Messner, T. C., Driese, S. G., Nordt, L. C. and Stewart, R. M. 2011. Pre-colonial (A.D. 1100–1600) sedimentation related to prehistoric maize agriculture and climate change in eastern North America. Geology, 39(4): 363-366.

Stinchcomb, Gary E., Messner, Timothy C., Williamson, Forrest C., Driese, Steven G. and Nordt, Lee C. 2013. Climatic and human controls on Holocene floodplain vegetation changes in eastern Pennsylvania based on the isotopic composition of soil organic matter. Quaternary Research, 79(3): 377-390.

Stocking, Joyce K., Hevia, Macarena D. and Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2013. Radiocarbon Analysis of Fly Pupal Cases to Estimate Date of Death. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 19: 380

Stothert, K. E., Piperno, Dolores R. and Andres, T. C. 2003. Terminal Pleistocene Early Holocene human adaptation in coastal Ecuador: the Las Vegas evidence. Quaternary International, 109: 23-43.

Strait, D. S., Richmond, Brian G., Spencer, M. A., Ross, C. F., Dechow, P. and Wood, Bernard 2007. Something to chew on: masticatory biomechanics and its relevance to early hominid phylogeny. Journal of Human Evolution, 52: 585-599.

Strait, David S., Constantino, Paul, Lucas, Peter W., Richmond, Brian G., Spencer, Mark A., Dechow, Paul C., Ross, Callum F., Grosse, Ian R., Wright, Barth W., Wood, Bernard A., Weber, Gerhard W., Wang, Qian, Byron, Craig, Slice, Dennis E., Chalk, Janine, Smith, Amanda L., Smith, Leslie C., Wood, Sarah, Berthaume, Michael, Benazzi, Stefano, Dzialo, Christine, Tamvada, Kelli and Ledogar, Justin A. 2013. Viewpoints: Diet and dietary adaptations in early hominins: The hard food perspective. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 151(3): 339-355.

Strait, David S., Weber, Gerhard W., Constantino, Paul, Lucas, Peter W., Richmond, Brian G., Spencer, Mark A., Dechow, Paul C., Ross, Callum F., Grosse, Ian R., Wright, Barth W., Wood, Bernard A., Wang, Qian, Byron, Craig and Slice, Dennis E. 2012. Microwear, mechanics and the feeding adaptations of Australopithecus africanus. Journal of human evolution, 62(1): 165-168.

Strait, David S., Weber, Gerhard W., Neubauer, Simon, Chalk, Janine, Richmond, Brian G., Lucas, Peter W., Spencer, Mark A., Schrein, Caitlin, Dechow, Paul C., Ross, Callum F., Grosse, Ian R., Wright, Barth W., Constantino, Paul, Wood, Bernard, Lawn, Brian, Hylander, William L., Wang, Qian, Byron, Craig, Slice, Dennis E. and Smith, Amanda L. 2009. The feeding biomechanics and dietary ecology of Australopithecus africanus. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 106(7): 2124-2129.

Streitz, J. M., Aufderheide, A. C., Elnajjar, M. and Ortner, Donald J. 1981. A 1,500-Year-Old Bladder Stone. Journal of Urology, 126(4): 452-453.

Sturtevant, William C. 1995. Movie Review: Pocahontas. Anthronotes, 17(3): 7-9.

Sturtevant, William C. 2005. History of Research on the Native Languages of the Southeast. In: Hardy, Heather and Janine, Scancarelli, Native Languages of the Southeastern United States. Universitiy of Nebraska Press, pp.8-65.

Sturtevant, William C. 2006. David and Dennis Cusick: Early Iroquois Realist Artists. American Indian Art Magazine, 31(2): 44-55, 95.

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. Animals and Disease in Indian Belief. In: Krech, S.,III, Indians, Animals, and the Fur Trade: A Critique of Keepers of the Game. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, pp.177-188.

Sturtevant, William C. 1984. A Structural Sketch of Iroquois Ritual. In: Foster, M. K., Campisi, J. and Mithun, M., Extending the Rafters: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Iroquoian Studies. Albany: State University of New York Press, pp.133-152.

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. The Ethnographical Illustrations. In: Wallis, Helen, The Maps and Text of the Boke of Idrography Presented by Jean Rotz to Henry VIII, now in the British Library. Oxford: Printed for Presentation to the Members of The Roxburghe Club, pp.67-72.

Sturtevant, William C. 1979. Louis-Philippe on Cherokee Architecture and Clothing in 1797. Journal of Cherokee Studies, III(4): 198-205.

Sturtevant, William C. 1975. Some Publications of the East Decade on the History of Museum Anthropology. History of Anthropology Newsletter, 2(2): 11-13.

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. R. F. Heizer and the Handbook of North American Indians. In: Simmons, W. S. and Bickel, P. McW, Contributions of Robert F. Heizer to California Ethnohistory. Berkeley: Archaeological Research Facility, Department of Anthropology, University of California, pp.1-5.

Sturtevant, William C. 1986. Contemporary North American Indian Crafts. In: Vennum, T.,Jr., 1986 Festival of American Folklife. Washington, D. C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.79-82.

Sturtevant, William C. 1971. A Short History of the Strange Custom of Tattooing. In: Fellowes, C. H., Tattoo Book. Princeton: The Pyne Press, pp.1-10.

Sturtevant, William C. 1980. National Dress and Citizen Dress: What Indian Delegates Wore to Washington. American Fabrics and Fashions, 120: 14-15.

Sturtevant, William C. 1983. Tribe and State in the Sixteenth and Twentieth Centuries. In: Tooker, E., The Development of Political Organization in Native North America., pp.3-16.

Sturtevant, William C. 1986. The Meanings of Native American Art. In: Wade, E. L., The Arts of the North American Indian. New York: Hudson Hills Press, pp.23-44.

Sturtevant, William C. 1990. What Does the Plains Indian War Bonnet Communicate?. In: Eban, Dan, Art as a Means of Communication in Pre-Literate Societies. Jerusalem: The Israel Museum, pp.355-374.

Sturtevant, William C. 1971. Traditional Crafts and Art of Northwest Coast Indians. In: 1971 Festival of American Folklife July 1-5. Washington, D.C: Division of Performing Arts, The Smithsonian Institution, pp.18-21.

Sturtevant, William C. 1970. Agriculture on Artificial Islands in Burma and Elsewhere. In: Proceedings of the 8th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Tokyo and Kyoto, 1968., pp.11-13.

Sturtevant, William C. 1971. Creek into Seminole. In: Leacock, E. B. and Luire, N. O., North American Indians in Historical Perspective. New York: Random House, pp.92-128.

Sturtevant, William C. 1977. Review of:Sacred Circles: Two Thousand Years of North American Indian Art. Council for Museum Anthropology Newsletter, 1(2): 18-20.

Sturtevant, William C. 1985. Foreword. In: Swanton, John R., Final Report of the United States De Soto Expedition Commission. Washington. D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.v

Sturtevant, William C. 1975. Huns, Free-Thinking Americans, and the AAA. History of Anthropology Newsletter, 2(1): 4-6.

Sturtevant, William C. 1972. American Indian Religions. The American Way, 5(2): 28-34.

Sturtevant, William C. 1972. Smithsonian Plans New Native American Handbook. The Indian Historian, 4(4): 5-8.

Sturtevant, William C. 1978. Oklahoma Seneca-Cayuga. In: Trigger, Bruce C., Handbook of North American Indians: Northeast. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, pp.537-543.

Sturtevant, William C. 1974. Studies in Ethnoscience. In: Berry, J. W. and Dasen, P. R., Culture and Cognition: Readings in Cross-Cultural Psychology. London: Methuen and Company, Ltd, pp.39-59.

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. John Ridge on Cherokee Civilization in 1826. Journal of Cherokee Studies, 6(2): 79-91.

Sturtevant, William C. 1978. The Hole-and-Slot Heddle. In: Ethnographic Textiles of the Western Hemisphere., pp.325-355.

Sturtevant, William C. 1978. Collection Policies. Indian Notes, 12(1): 2-3.

Sturtevant, William C. 2000. Introduction. In: MacCauley, Clay, The Seminole Indians of Florida. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, pp.ix

Sturtevant, William C. 1999. Foreword. In: Krech, Shepard, III and Hail, Barbara A., Collecting Native America, 1870–1960. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.v

Sturtevant, William C. 1973. Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings: Museums as Anthropological Data Banks. Anthropology Beyond the University, 7: 40-55.

Sturtevant, William C. 1978. The Last of the South Florida Aborigines. In: Milanich, Jerald and Proctor, Samuel, Tacachale: Essays on the Indians of Florida and Southeastern Georgia during the Historic Period. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, pp.141-162.

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. Living with Art. In: Living with Art in the Hyatt Regency Woodfield. New York: Doric Publishing Co., Inc, pp.3-5.

Sturtevant, William C. 1971. Notes on the Creek Hothouse. Southern Indian Studies, 20: 3-5.

Sturtevant, William C. 1979. CoEvolution Quarterly. Used Magazines, 21: 113-114.

Sturtevant, William C. 1978. The Sources of Lafitau's American Illustrations. In: Customs of the American Indians Compared with Customs of Primitive Times. Toronto: Publications of the Champlain Society XLIX, pp.271-303.

Sturtevant, William C. 1975. Cuban Miami: 1834. Rediscovered: Santa Maria de Loreto. In: Gill, Joan E. and Read, Beth R., Born of the Sun; the Official Florida Bicentennial Commemorative Book. Hollywood, Florida: Florida Bicentennial Commemorative Journal, Inc, pp.28

Sturtevant, William C. 1977. The Ethnological Evaluation of the Le Moyne-De Bry Illustrations. In: The Work of Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues, a Huguenot Artist in France, Florida, and England. London: British Museum Publications, Ltd., in association with the Huguenot Society of London, pp.69-74.

Sturtevant, William C. 1979. The Cherokee Frontiers, the French Revolution, and William Augustus Bowles. In: King, Duane H., Cherokee Indian Nation: A Troubled History. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, pp.61-91.

Sturtevant, William C. 1975. Commentary on Papers by TePaske and Tanner. In: Proctor, Samuel, Eighteenth-Century Florida and its Borderlands. Gainesville: University Presses of Florida, pp.40-47.

Sturtevant, William C. 1976. First Visual Images of Native America. In: Chiappelli, Fredi, First Images of America: The Impact of the New World on the Old. Berkely, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, pp.417-454.

Sturtevant, William C. 1994. The Misconnection of Guale and Yamesee with Muskogean. International Journal of American Linguistics, 60(2): 139-148.

Sturtevant, William C. 1972. American Indian Religions. In: Iacopi, Robert L., Fontana, Bernard L. and Jones, Charles, Look to the Mountain Top. San Jose: Gousha Publications, pp.45-51.

Sturtevant, William C. 1979. Black Drink and Other Caffeine-Containing Beverages among Non-Indians. In: Hudson, Charles M., Black Drink, A Native American Tea. Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press, pp.150-165.

Sturtevant, William C. 1975. Two 1761 Wigwams at Niantic, Connecticut. American Antiquity, 40(4): 437-444.

Sturtevant, William C. 1994. Museum Europa, Mongols, Peoples of the World, Ethnographic Treasure Rooms (in) The Danish National Museum, Copenhagen [Exhibition review]. Museum Anthropology, 18(2): 49-59.

Sturtevant, William C. 1979. "Preface" and "Southeastern Indian Formulas.". In: Tooker, Elisabeth, Native North American Spiritually of the Eastern Woodlands: Sacred Myths, Dreams, Visions, Speeches, Healing Formulas, Rituals, and Ceremonials. New York: Paulist Press, pp.282-293.

Sturtevant, William C. 1972. Studies in Ethnoscience. In: Spradley, James P., Culture and Cognition: Rules, Maps, and Plans. San Francisco: Chandler Publishing Co, pp.129-167.

Sturtevant, William C. 1977. [Review] The Invasion of America, by R. Jennings. William and Mary Quarterly, 34(2): 312-314.

Sturtevant, William C. 1975. [Review] God is Red, by Vine Deloria, Jr. Journal of Ethnic Studies, 3(1): 104-105.

Sturtevant, William C. 1978. Sale of Harvard Peabody Museum Collections. Council for Museum Anthropology Newsletter, 3(1): 16-20.

Sturtevant, William C. 1985. Views of a New World [and] America from Drake's Quarterdeck: Sixteenth-century Drawings from Sir Francis Drake's Voyages…. American Heritage, 36(5): 82-92.

Sturtevant, William C. 1982. Patagonian Giants and Baroness Hyde de Neuville's Iroquois Drawings. Ethnohistory, 27(4): 331-348.

Sturtevant, William C. 1980. The First Inuit Depiction by Europeans. Etudes Inuit Studies, 4(1-2): 47-49.

Sturtevant, William C. 1982. History of Anthropology in the Handbook of North American Indians. History of Anthropology Newsletter, 9(2): 13-15.

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. Quelques représentations de canots et de pirogues, à partir du XVIIe siècle. Recherches Amérindiennes au Québec, 11(4): 297-310.

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. [Testimony on the Human Rights of the Yanomami, Delivered 30 June 1981 before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights.]. Anthropology Newsletter, 22(6): 23

Sturtevant, William C. 1981. Royal Incest: A Bibliographic Note. American Ethnologist, 8(1): 186

Sturtevant, William C., Bray, Warwick and King, Jonathan 1978. The Americas on the Eve of European Conquest. In: Barraclough, Geoffrey, The Times Atlas of World History. London: Times Books, pp.148-149.

Sturtevant, William C. and Jessica, Cattalino 2004. Florida Seminole and Miccosukee. In: Handbook of North American Indians., pp.429-449.

Sturtevant, William C. and MacNair, Peter 1981. Kwakiutl Indian Potlatch and Museum Opening. American Fabrics and Fashions, 122: 80-82.

Sturtevant, William C. and Meltzer, David J. 1985. The Holly Oak Pendant. Science, 227(4684): 242

Sturtevant, William C. and Raymond, Fogelson 2004. Preface. In: Handbook of North American Indians, V. 14 Southeast., pp.xiii-xxvi.

Sturtevant, William C. and Stanley, Samuel 1973. Linguistics in the Smithsonian. In: Hamp, Eric P., Themes in Linguistics: the 1970's. Mouton: The Hague, pp.14-18.

Sturtevant, William C. and Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2006. Preface. In: Handbook of North American Indians: Environment, Origins, and Population., pp.xi-xiv.

Sturtevant, William C. and Washburn, Wilcomb E. 1981. The First Americans. American Fabrics and Fashions, 123: 60-64.

Sturtevant, William C. and Washburn, Wilcomb E. 1976. The First Americans. In: Marzio, Peter C., A Nation of Nations. New York: Harper & Row, pp.4-23.

Sturtevant, William C.. 2004. Handbook of North American Indians, Volume 14 Southeast. Smithsonian Institution.

Summerhayes, Colin, Rachold, Volker and Krupnik, Igor I. 2011. IPY and Expending Partnership in Coordination of Polar Research. In: Krupnik, Igor I., Allison, Ian, Bell, R., Cutler, P., Hik, D., Lopez-Martinez, J., Rachold, Volker, Sarukhanian, E. and Summerhayes, Colin, Understanding Earth's Polar Challenges: International Polar Year 2007-2008. Edmonton: Canadian Circumpolar Institute, pp.593-608.

Sutton, D. G. and Marshall, Y. M. 1980. Coastal Hunting Strategies in the Subantarctic Zone. New Zealand Journal of Archaeology, 2: 28-50.

Sutton, Douglas G. 1980. Letter from Labrador. N.Z.A.A.Newsletter, 23(4): 259-264.

Sutton, Douglas G. 1980. A Culture History of the Chatham Islands. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 89(1): 67-93.

Sutton, Douglas G. and Campbell, H. J. 1981. Patterns in the Prehistoric Distribution of Stone Resources in the Chatham Islands. In: Leach, B. F. and Davidson, J., Archaeological Studies of Pacific Stone Resoures., pp.209-223.

Tauxe, L., Deino, A. D., Behrensmeyer, Anna K. and Potts, Richard 1992. Pinning Down the Brunhes Matuyama and Upper Jaramillo Boundaries - a Reconciliation of Orbital and Isotopic Time Scales. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 109(3-4): 561-572.

Taylor, P.M. 2007. Congratulatory Message. In: Washington Korea Festival 2007. The Korea Foundation, pp.4

Taylor, P.M. 2003. Snapshots from A Korean American Century. KoreAm Journal 14(5):50-54 (May 2003, 14(5): 50-54.

Taylor, P.M. 2006. Introduction. In: Donnelly, N., Gods of Taiwan: A Collector's Account. Artist Publishing, pp.6-11.

Taylor, P.M. 2006. Ethnic Minorities and Indigenous Peoples of Cambodia. In: Cambodia: Forest Concession Management and Control Pilot Project: Investigation Report. World Bank Inspection Panel, pp.128-141.

Taylor, Paul M. 2005. Think Globally, Publish Virtually, Act Locally: A U.S.-Saudi International Museum Partnership. Curator: The Museum Journal, 48(1): 101-110.

Taylor, P.M. 2006. The Calligraphic Art of "Mook Jae" Kwon Myoung-won. In: Kwon, M.w. and Taylor, P.M., Ah! 560 Years of Hangul: A Korean Calligraphy Exhibition. George Mason University, Arlington Campus Art Gallery, pp.3-7.

Taylor, P.M. 2004. Sikh Heritage at the Smithsonian. Journal of Punjab Studies, 11(2): 221-236.

Taylor, Paul M. 2001. Indonesian Representations in America: The Changing Role of "Cultural Diplomacy.". In: Pohan, Ramadhan, Menjaga Jembatan Jakarta-Washington, Dubes Dorodjatun Kuntjoro-Jakti (1998-2001)., pp.219-240.

Taylor, Paul M. 2004. Introduction. In: Houchins, Chang-Su, An Ethnography of the Hermit Kingdom: The J. B. Bernadou Korean Collection 1884-1885. Asian Cultural History Program, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, pp.7-9.

Taylor, Paul M. 1988. From mantra to mantaráa: Opacity and Transparency in the Language of Tobelo Magic and Medicine (Halmahera Island, Indonesia). Social Science and Medicine, 27(5): 425-436.

Taylor, Paul M. 1994. Introduction: Island Southeast Asia. In: Capistrano-Baker, Florina H., Art of Island Southeast Asia: The Fred and Rita Richman Collection in The Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, pp.13-20.

Taylor, Paul M. 1989. Review of: Cosmology and Social Life: Ritual Exchange Among the Mambai of East Timor, by Elizabeth G. Traube. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 20(1): 126-128.

Taylor, Paul M. 1989. Review of : An Anthropology of Curing in Multiethnic Thailand by Louis Golomb. American Ethnologist, 16(3): 576-577.

Taylor, Paul M. 1995. Collecting Icons of Power and Identity: Transformation of Indonesian Material Culture in the Museum Context. Cultural Dynamics, 7(1): 101-124.

Taylor, Paul M. 2002. A Collector and His Museum: William Louis Abbott (1860-1936) and the Smithsonian. Treasure Hunting? The Collectors and the Collecting of Indonesian Artefacts, 30: 221-239.

Taylor, Paul M.. 2006. "Intangible Heritage of the Sikhs: New Strategies for the Future". ,

Taylor, Paul M.. 2006. By Aeroplane to Pygmyland: Revisiting the 1926 Dutch and American Expedition to New Guinea. ,

Taylor, Paul M. 2009. Science, Tradition, and Innovation in the Contemporary Museum: Perspectives from a Museum Partnership Between the United States of America and Kazakhstan. In: Sovremennyi Muzei: Nayka. Traditsii. Innovatsii : Materialy Mezhdunarodnoi nauchnoi-prakticheskoi konferentsii. Astana, Kazakhstan: Qazakstan Respublikasy Tungghush Muzeii Sovremennyi, pp.13-18.

Taylor, Paul M. 1986. Maluku [Moluccan] Studies. Antara Kita: Bulletin of the Indonesian Studies Committee, 25: 14

Taylor, Paul M. 1978. Review of:Starfish, Jellyfish, and the Order of Life. The Explorer, 20(4): 22-23.

Taylor, Paul M. 1977. Review of:La Struttura del Lessico. American Anthropologist, 79: 704-705.

Taylor, Paul M. 2010. The Korean Calligraphy of Sandol Cho Young-Sun. In: Harmony with Korean calligraphy & cuisine. Washington, DC: Korean Cultural Service, pp.3

Taylor, Paul M. 1983. Review of:Ma' Betisek Concepts of Living Things. American Anthropologist, 85: 983-984.

Taylor, Paul M. 1981. Review of:Nuaulu Settlement and Ecology: An Approach to the Environmental Relations of an Eastern Indonesian Community. The Journal of Asian Studies, 40(2): 420-421.

Taylor, Paul M. 2010. Welcoming Message. In: Maedeup: Traditional Korean Ornamental Knots :Exhibition & Demonstrations by Master Knot Maker Eunyoung Kim. Washington, D.C: Korus House (and) U.S.-Korea Arts Foundation, pp.4

Taylor, Paul M. 1983. North Moluccan Malay: Notes on a "Substandard" Dialect of Indonesian. In: Collins, James T., Studies in Malay Dialects. Jakarta: Badan Penyelenggara Seri NUSA, Universitas Atma Jaya, pp.14-27.

Taylor, Paul M. 2011. Foreword. In: Lotis, Christopher and Lee, Michel D., Symbols of Identity: Korean Ceramics from the Collection of Chester and Wanda Chang. Washington, D.C.: Asian Cultural History Program, Smithsonian Institution, pp.6-6.

Taylor, Paul M. 2011. Pipelines to Cultural Heritage: An Introduction. In: Taylor, Paul M., Pipelines to Cultural Heritage: Proceedings of an International Workshop (April 20-23, 2010, Baku, Azerbaijan). Washington, D.C.: Asian Cultural History Program, Smithsonian Institution, pp.1-6.

Taylor, Paul M. 2011. For Washingtonians, the Global Gets a Local Welcome: Four Artists Intersect at Washington D.C.'s Korean Cultural Center. In: Kwon, Myoung-won, Peace: A Four-Artist Invitational Exhibit at the Korean Cultural Center, Washington DC.. Washington, D.C.: Korean Art International Exchange Association and Korean Cultural Center, pp.7-7.

Welcoming Message in: Sound of Korea: Celebration of Korean American Day, January 13, 2010, Pt. 2, 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Video/DVD. Taylor, Paul M.; Washington, D.C.: Office of Policy & Analysis, and Asian Cultural History Program, Smithsonian Institution. 2010.

Taylor, Paul M. 1983. Plant and Animal Nomenclature in the Tobelorese Language. Buletin LEKNAS [Special Issue, Halmahera dan Raja Ampat Sebagai Kesatuan Majemul: Studi-Studi Terhadap Suatu Daerah Transisi], 2(2): 41-76.

Taylor, Paul M. 1985. The Indonesian Collections of William Louis Abbott (1860-1936): Invitation to a Research Resource at the Smithsonian Institution. Council for Museum Anthropology Newsletter, 9(2): 5-14.

Taylor, Paul M. 1985. Covert Categories Reconsidered: Identifying Unlabeled Classes in Tobelo Folk Biological Classification. Journal of Ethnobiology, 4(2): 105-122.

Taylor, Paul M. 1994. Review (of)Sumba Bibliography (by) Taro Goh. Occasional Paper, The Australian National University, Department of Anthropology, 1991. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 25(1): 198-199.

Taylor, Paul M. 2013. In Celebration of Hangul Day 2013: The Accessible Calligraphy of "Mook Jae" Kwon Myoung-won. In: Celebrating Hangul's 567th Anniversary: Come on in, the Door is Open: An exhibition of Hangul Calligraphy by Kwon, Myoung Won. Washington, D.C.: Korean Cultural Center, pp.3-4.

Taylor, Paul M. 2013. The World's Biggest Dream, and its "Biggest Painting". In: The Biggest Painting in the World, in Washington D.C., Oct. 27th – Nov. 3rd, 2013. Suwon (Gyeonggi Province), Korea and Arlington, VA: Gyeonggi Provincial Office of Education and Korean Heritage Foundation, pp.5

Taylor, Paul M. 2012. Introduction: Perspective's on the Punjab's Most Meaningful Heirlooms. In: Singh, Bhayee S. and Singh, Roopinder, Sikh Heritage: Ethos and Relics. New Delhi: Rupa, pp.viii-xi.

Taylor, Paul M. 1994. The Indonesian Archipelago. In: Talbot, Frank H., Islands. Emmaus, Pennsylvania: Rodale Press, pp.110-113.

Taylor, Paul M. 1987. Paola Mantegazza (1831–1910): Reassessing the Florentine School of Anthropology in Pre-Fascist Italy. Anthropologia Contemporanea/Italian Journal of Anthropology, 10(1): 1-16.

Taylor, Paul M., Houchins, Chang-Su and Kim, Hee-soo 2007. The Korea Gallery at the National Museum of Natural History. In: Washington Korea Festival 2007. The Korea Foundation, pp.10-32.

Taylor, P.M. and Ian, N.P. 2007. Cac chu'o'ng trinh tao tac tronh viec ho tro phat trien bao tang, dien hinh la chu'o'ng trinh van hoa lich su chau a cua Smithsonian. In: Ky Yeu Hoi Thao Quoc Te : phat trien bao tang lich su tu nhien thanh pho Ho Chi Minh, Ngay 12-15.9.2007. Viet Nam Union of Science and Technology Associations (and) Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee, pp.235-246.

Taylor, P.M. and Ian, N.P. 2007. Integrated curatorial programs in support of museum development: the example of the Smithsonian's Asian Cultural History Program. In: Proceedings: International Conference: Development of Ho Chi Minh City Museum of Natural History, September 12-15, 2007. Viet Nam Union of Science and Technology Associations, pp.249-259.

Taylor, Paul M. and Koller, Jared M.. 2012. Web-enriched heritage in the pipelines corridor: contested histories from the Caspian to the Mediterranean. Conference proceedings, Museums and the Web 2012, April 11-14, 2012, San Diego, California. ,

Taylor, Paul M. and Lotis, Christopher. 2008. Flagship of a Fleet: A Korea Gallery Guide. Washington, DC: Asian Cultural History Program, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution. 116 pages.

Taylor, Paul M. and Maynard, David 2011. Archaeological Excavations on the BTC Pipeline, Azerbaijan. Internet Archaeology, 29.

Taylor, Paul M. and Merrion, Trevor Loomis 2014. Turkmen "gobelin" or pictorial tapestries. Arts of Asia, : 142-153.

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Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1977. Human Skeletal Remains from Botany Bay, St. Thomas. Office of the Territorial Archaeologist, U.S.Virgin Islands, Department of Conservation and Cultural Affairs.Bulletin 29, 29: 1-3.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1998. FORDISC 2.0: Personal Computer Forensic Discriminant Functions. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 8: 128-133.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1998. The Use of Forensic Anthropology. Journal of Forensic Identification, 48(1): 45-47.

Ubelaker, Douglas H.. 2013. Forensic Science: Current Issues, Future Directions. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2013. Introduction. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H., Forensic Science: Current Issues, Future Directions. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, pp.1-5.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2013. Summary and conclusions. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H., Forensic Science: Current Issues, Future Directions. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell, pp.374-398.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1977. Human Cremations from the Gore Mound, Boone County, West Virginia. The West Virginia Archeologist, 26: 13

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1977. Human Skeletal Remains from Puerto Frances, Dominican Republic. Revista Dominicana de Antropologia y Historia, 5: 187-188.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2000. The Forensic Anthropology Contributions of Ellis R. Kerley. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, Annual Meeting, Reno, Nevada, February 21-26, 2000, 6: 225-226.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1999. The Legacy of Aleš Hrdlicka in Smithsonian Forensic Anthropology. In: Prokopec, Miroslav, Aleš Hrdlicka - 130th Anniversary of Birth. Czech Anthropological Society and the City of Humpolec, pp.17-21.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1999. Odkaz Aleše Hrdicky Forenzní Antropologii Ve Smithsonianu. In: Prokopec, Miroslav, Aleš Hrdlicka - 130th Anniversary of Birth. Czech Anthropological Society and the City of Humpolec, pp.43-46.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2012. Forensic Casework in Contemporary Perspective. Anthropological Review, 75(1): 75-81.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1999. Aleš Hrdlicka's Role in the History of Physical Anthropology. Journal of forensic sciences, 44(4): 708-714.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1999. George Amos Dorsey. In: Garraty, John A. and Carnes, Mark C., American National Biography. New York: Oxford University Press, pp.764-765.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1999. Angel, John Lawrence. In: Garraty, John A. and Carnes, Mark C., American National Biography. New York: Oxford University Press, pp.518-519.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1998. Ancient Disease in Anthropological Context. In: Greenblatt, Charles L., Digging for Pathogens. Jerusalem: Center for the Study of Emerging Diseases, pp.175-199.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2000. Methodological Considerations in the Forensic Applications of Human Skeletal Biology. In: Katzenberg, M. A. and Saunders, Shelley R., Biological Anthropology of the Human Skeleton. New York: Wiley-Liss, pp.41-67.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2010. President-Elect's Message. Academy News - American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 40(3): 3

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2010. President-Elect's Message. Academy News - American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 40(4): 4, 30

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1976. Paleodemography of Virginia Indians: A Critique. Quarterly Bulletin of the Archeological Society of Virginia, 30(3): 167-168.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2012. Photography Changes the Practice of Forensics. In: Heiferman, Marvin, Photography Changes Everything. New York: Aperture Foundation and Smithsonian Institution, pp.97-98.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2013. Prehistoric Human Biology of Ecuador: Possible Temporal Trends and Cultural Correlations. In: Cohen, Mark N. and Armelagos, George J., Paleopathology at the Origins of Agriculture. Tallahassee: University Press of Florida, pp.491-513.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2013. Ossuary III from the Juhle Site, Nanjemoy Maryland: Bioarchaeological Features. In: The Dead Tell Tales: Essays in Honor of Jane E. Buikstra. Los Angeles: Cotsen Institute of Archaeology Press, pp.52-61.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2014. Skeletal Biology: Definition. In: Smith, Claire, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp.6721-6722.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2014. T. Dale Stewart. In: Smith, Claire, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp.7054-7056.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2014. Bioarchaeology, Human Osteology, and Forensic Anthropology: Definitions and Developments. In: Smith, Claire, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp.883-888.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2014. Osteology Reference Collections. In: Smith, Claire, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp.5632-5641.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1987. Dental Alteration in Prehistoric Ecuador, A New Example from Jama-cocoaque. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 77(2): 76-80.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1988. Skeletal Biology of Prehistoric Ecuador: An Ongoing Research Program. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 78(1): 1-2.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1988. Human Remains from OGSE-46, La Libertad, Guayas Province, Ecuador. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 78(1): 3-16.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1988. A Preliminary Report of Analysis of Human Remains from Agua Blanca, a Prehistoric Lake Integration Site from Coastal Ecuador. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 78(1): 17-22.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1988. Prehistoric Human Biology at La Tolita, Ecuador, A Preliminary Report. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 78(1): 23-37.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1988. A Preliminary Report of Analysis of Human Remains from Agua Blanca, A Prehistoric Late Integration Site from Coastal Ecuador. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 78(1): 17-22.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1989. The Reburial Issue. Physical Anthropology News, 8(1): 1-4.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1987. Aboriginal North American Population Size: A New Estimate. Journal of Physical Anthropology, 75(2): 281

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1980. Human Skeletal Remains from Site OGSE-80: A Pre-ceramic site on the Sta. Elena Peninsula, Coastal Ecuador. Journal of the Washington Academy of Science, 70(1): 3-24.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1980. Prehistoric Human Remains from the Cotocollao Site, Pichincha Province, Ecuador. Journal of the Washington Academy of Science, 70(2): 59-74.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1983. Human Skeletal Remains from Mound 46JA47, Jackson County, West Virginia. West Virginia Archeologist, 35(2): 55

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1977. Drilled Human Teeth from the Coast of Ecuador. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 67(2): 83-85.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1976. The Aboriginal Population of America North of Mexico; A New Appraisal. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 44(1): 212-213.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1990. Porotic Hyperostosis, Parasitism and Sedentism in Ancient Ecuador. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 81(2): 309-310.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1993. Well Done: An Anthropological Analysis of Human Remains from Waco, Texas. The Connective Tissue, 9(2): 3

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2010. President-Elect's Message. Academy News, 40(6): 5

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1975. Preliminary Report of an Analysis of the Savich Farm Site Cremations. Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Proceedings of the Annual Meeting, Dover, Delaware, July 1974 (Bulletin), 33: 11

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1976. Analysis of the Human Skeletal Remains from the Rosenkrans Site, Sussex County, New Jersey. In: The Rosenkrans Site, An Adena-Related Mortuary Complex in the Upper Delaware Valley, New Jersey., pp.45-50.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1973. The Juhle Ossuary at Nanjemoy Creek. In: Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Middle Atlantic Archaeological Conference, Penns Grove, New Jersey, 1973., pp.17-36.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2010. The Evolving Relationship of Forensic Anthropology to Physical Anthropology. In: Gutierrez-Redomero, Esperanza, Sanchez Andres, Angeles and Galera Olmo, Virginia, Diversidad Humana y Antropologia Aplicada. Alcala de Henares, Spain: Universidad de Alcala, pp.43-52.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1983. Prehistoric Demography of Coastal Ecuador. National Geographic Society Research Reports, 15: 695-704.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2011. President-Elect's Message. Academy News, 41(1): 5

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1977. Reconstruccion Demogafica de Restos Oseos Prehistoricos. Annario Cientifico, 1(1): 167-177.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 1978. Microscopic Analysis of Archaeological Bone. In: Morse, Dan, Ancient Disease in the Midwest., pp.66-72.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2012. Contributions of Forensic Anthropology to Medicolegal Investigation. In: Kery, Sean M., Guidelines for Marine Forensic Investigations. Jersey City: The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, pp.11-12.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. 2011. President's Message. Academy News - American Academy of Forensic Sciences, 41(3): 1-8.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Adams, Bradley J. 1995. Differentiation of Perimortem and Postmortem Trauma Using Taphonomic Indicators. Journal of forensic sciences, 40(3): 509-512.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Angel, J. Lawrence 1976. Analysis of the Hull Bay Skeletons, St. Thomas. Journal of the Virgin Island Archaeological Society, 3: 7-14.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and B.A. Buchholz. 2006. Complexities in the Use of Bomb-Curve Radiocarbon to Determine Time Since Death of Human Skeletal Remains. ( http://www.fbi.gov/hq/lab/fsc/backissu/jan2006/index.htm):,

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Berryman, H. E., Sutton, T. P. and Ray, Clayton Edward 1991. Differentiation of Hydrocephalic Calf and Human Calvariae. Journal of forensic sciences, 36(3): 801-812.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Blau, Soren 2009. Conclusion: Global Perspectives on Issues in Forensic Anthropology. In: Blau, Soren and Ubelaker, Douglas H., Handbook of Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, Inc, pp.509-513.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Blau, Soren and Fondebrider, Luis 2014. Forensic and Archaeological Analyses: Similarities and Differences. In: Smith, Claire, Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology. New York: Springer, pp.2824-2827.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Bouvier, Marianne 1977. A Comparison of Two Methods for the Microscopic Determination of Age at Death. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 46(3): 391-394.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Bubniak, E. and Odonnell, G. 1992. Computer-Assisted Photographic Superimposition. Journal of forensic sciences, 37(3): 750-762.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Buchholz, B. A. and Stewart, E. B. 2006. Analysis of Artificial Radiocarbon in Different Skeletal and Dental Tissue Types to Evaluate Date of Death. Journal of forensic sciences, 51(3): 484-488.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Buchholz, B. A. and Stewart, J. 2006. Evaluation of Date of Death Through Analysis of Artificial Radiocarbon in Distinct Human Skeletal and Dental Tissues. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, XII: 316

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Damadio, Stephanie H. 1986. Human Remains from the Isinglass Mound (46MS54). West Virginia Archeologist, 38(2): 53-54.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and De La Paz B.A., Jade S. 2012. Skeletal Indicators of Pregnancy and Parturition: A Historical Review. Journal of forensic sciences, 57(4): 866-872.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Freire, J. A. 2005. The Distribution of Calculus Deposits in Dentitions from Ancient Ecuador. Anthropologie, XLIII(1): 13-22.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Grant, L. G. 1989. Human Skeletal Remains - Preservation Or Reburial. Yearbook of Physical Anthropology, 32: 249-287.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Grossman, Julia A. 2011. Forensic Anthropology: Current Tools, Future Concepts. In: Daskalaki, Andriani, Digital Forensics for the Health Sciences: Applications in Practice and Research. Hershey, PA: Medical Information Science Reference, pp.1-12.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Houck, M. M. 2002. Using Radiocarbon Dating and Paleontological Extraction Techniques in the Analysis of a Human Skull in an Unusual Context. Forensic Science Communications, 4(4): 000

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Hunt, David R. 1995. The Influence of Bass,william,m.-Iii on the Development of American Forensic Anthropology. Journal of forensic sciences, 40(5): 729-734.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jacobs, C. H. 1995. Identification of Orthopedic Device Manufacturer. Journal of forensic sciences, 40(2): 168-170.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jantz, R. L. 2001. Symposium: Essays honoring Ellis R. Kerley, Ph.D. (1924-1998). Journal of forensic sciences, 46(4): 771

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jantz, R. L. 1979. Plains Caddoan Relationships: The View From Craniometry and Mortuary Analysis. Nebraska History, 60(2): 249-259.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jones, Erica B. 2003. Individual Burial Descriptions. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jones, Erica B., Human Remains from Voegtly Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.47-224.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jones, Erica B. 2003. Biological and Cultural Analysis of Human Remains. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jones, Erica B., Human Remains from Voegtly Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.12-43.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jones, Erica B.. 2003. Human Remains from Voegtly Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Smithsonian Institution Press.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Jumbelic, M., Wilson, M. and Levinsohn, E. M. 2003. Multidisciplinary Approach to Human Identification in Homicide Investigation, A Case Study from New York. In: Steadman, Dawnie W., Hard Evidence, Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology. Prentice Hall, pp.46-51.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Jumbelic, Mary, Wilson, Mark and Levinsohn, E. Mark 2009. Multidisciplinary Approach to Human Indentification in Homicide Investigation: A Case Study From New York. In: Steadman, Dawnie W., Hard Evidence: Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology, Second Edition. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, pp.29-33.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Katzenberg, M. A. and Doyon, L. G. 1995. Status and Diet in Precontact Highland Ecuador. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 97(4): 403-411.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Landers, D. B. 2003. Introduction. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jones, Erica B., Human Remains from Voegtly Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.1-4.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Lowenstein, J. M. and Hood, D. G. 2004. Use of Solid-Phase Double-Antibody Radioimmunoassay to Identify Species from Small Skeletal Fragments. Journal of forensic sciences, 49(5): 924-929.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Lowenstein, J. M. and Hood, D. G. 2004. Species Identification of Small Skeletal Fragments Using Protein Radioimmunoassay (pRIA). Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, X: 327-328.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Merchant, Virginia L. 1977. Skeletal Growth of the Protohistoric Ankara. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 46(1): 61-72.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Montaperto, Kristin 2014. L'homme de la forêt : technique de prospection, de relavage et d'analyse d'un corps squelettisé en surface. In: Delabarde, Tania and Ludes, Bertrand, Manuel Pratique D'Anthropologie Médico-Légale. Paris: Editions Eska, pp.357-363.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Montaperto, Kristin M. 2012. Recovery and Analysis of Human Remains from Aquatic Contexts. In: Kery, Sean M., Guidelines for Marine Forensic Investigations. Jersey City: The Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, pp.11-13.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Montaperto, Kristin M. 2013. Trauma Interpretation in the Context of Biological Anthropology. In: Knüsel, Christopher and Smith, Martin J., The Routledge Handbook of the Bioarchaeology of Human Conflict. New York: Routledge, pp.25-38.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Montaperto, Kristin M. 2011. Biomechanical and Remodeling Factors in the Interpretation of Fractures in Juveniles. In: The Juvenile Skeleton in Forensic Abuse Investigations. New York: Humana Press, pp.33-48.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Odonnell, G. 1992. Computer-Assisted Facial Reproduction. Journal of forensic sciences, 37(1): 155-162.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Owsley, Douglas W. 2003. Isotopic Evidence for Diet in the Seventeenth-Century Colonial Chesapeake. American Antiquity, 68(1): 129-139.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Owsley, Douglas W., Houck, M. M., Craig, E., Grant, W., Woltanski, T., Fram, R., Sandness, K. and Peerwani, N. 1995. The Role of Forensic Anthropology in the Recovery and Analysis of Branch-Davidian Compound Victims - Recovery Procedures and Characteristics of the Victims. Journal of forensic sciences, 40(3): 335-340.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Pap, I. 2009. Skeletal Evidence for Morbidity and Mortality in Copper Age Samples from Northeastern Hungary. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 19: 23-35.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Pap, I. and Graver, S. 2006. Morbidity and Mortality in the Neolithic of Northeastern Hungary. Anthropologie, XLIV(3): 241-257.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Pap, Ildiko 2008. Human Skeletal Biology from the Arpadian Age of Northeastern Hungary. Anthropologie, XLVI(1): 25-36.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Pap, Ildiko and Alcantara-Russell, Keitlyn 2011. Skeletal Evidence for Morbidity and Mortality in Samples from Northeastern Hungary Dating from the 10th Century AD. Anthropologie, XLIX(2): 171-183.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Parra, R. C. 2008. Dental Aging Methods and Population Variation as Demonstrated in a Peruvian Sample. Proceedings of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences, XIV: 341

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Parra, Roberto C. 2008. Application of Three Dental Methods of Adult Age Estimation from Intact Single Rooted Teeth to a Peruvian Sample. Journal of forensic sciences, 53(3): 608-611.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Parra, Roberto C. 2011. Radiocarbon analysis of dental enamel and bone to evaluate date of birth and death: Perspective from the southern hemisphere. Forensic science international, 208: 103-107.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Rife, J. L. 2011. Skeletal analysis and mortuary practice in an Early Roman chamber tomb at Kenchreai, Greece. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 21(1): 1-18.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Rife, J. L. 2007. The practice of cremation in the Roman-era cemetery at Kenchreai, Greece: The perspective from archeology and forensic science. Bioarchaeology of the Near East, 1: 35-57.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Rife, J. L. 2008. Approaches to Commingling Issues in Archeological Samples: A Case Study from Roman Era Tombs in Greece. In: Adams, B. J. and Byrd, J. E., Recovery, Analysis, and Identification of Commingled Human Remains. Totowa, NJ: Humana Press, pp.97-122.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Ross, Ann H. and Zarenko, Kristina M. 2009. Dental Disease in Nineteenth Century Spain. Anthropologie, XLVII(3): 273-282.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Smialek, J. E. 2003. The Interface of Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Pathology in Trauma Interpretation. In: Steadman, Dawnie W., Hard Evidence, Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology. Prentice Hall, pp.155-159.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Smialek, John E. 2009. The Interface of Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Pathology in Trauma Interpretation. In: Steadman, Dawnie W., Hard Evidence: Case Studies in Forensic Anthropology, Second Edition. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, pp.221-224.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Sperber, N. D. 1988. Alterations in Human Bones and Teeth as a Result of Restricted Sun Exposure and Contact with Corrosive Agents. Journal of forensic sciences, 33(2): 540-548.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Spigelman, M., Donoghue, H. D., Fletcher, H. A., Matheson, C. D. and Jones, Erica B. 2003. Evaluation of Evidence for Tuberculosis. In: Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Jones, Erica B., Human Remains from Voegtly Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Smithsonian Institution Press, pp.44-46.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Stanford, Dennis J., Smith, Bruce D. and Szathmáry, J. E. 2006. Introduction. In: Handbook of North American Indians., pp.1-3.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Stothert, K. 2006. Elemental Analysis of Alkalis and Dental Deposits Associated with Coca Chewing in Ecuador. Latin American Antiquity, 17(1): 77-89.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Volk, C. G. 2002. A test of the Phenice method for the estimation of sex. Journal of forensic sciences, 47(1): 19-24.

Ubelaker, Douglas H., Ward, David C., Braz, V. S. and Stewart, J. 2002. The use of SEM. Journal of forensic sciences, 47(5): 940-943.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Willey, P. 1978. Complexity in Arikara Mortuary Practice. Plains Anthropologist, 23: 69-74.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Willey, P. 1976. Notched Teeth from the Texas Panhandle. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 66(4): 239-246.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Zarenko, Kristina M. 2011. Adipocere: What is known after over two centuries of research. Forensic science international, 208: 167-172.

Ubelaker, Douglas H. and Zarenko, Kristina M. 2012. Can Handedness be Determined from Skeletal Remains? A Chronological Review of the Literature. Journal of forensic sciences, 57(6): 1421-1426.

Ubelaker, Douglas H.. 2006. Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 3, Environment, Origins and Population. Smithsonian Instiution.

Ubelaker, Douglas H.. 2007. Enterramientos humanos: excavación, análisis, interpretación. Donostia, Spain: Sociedad de Ciencias Aranzadi Zientzi Elkartea. 200 pages.

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