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Mountain Chief, Chief of Montana Blackfeet, in Native Dress With Bow, Arrows, and Lance, Listening to Song Being Played On Phonograph and Interpreting It in Sign Language to Frances Densmore, Ethnologist, March 1916, by Harris & Ewing, Smithsonian National Anthropological Archives

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016
  • Bell, J.A. 2016. “Dystopian Realities and Archival Dreams in the Purari Delta of Papua New Guinea.” Social Anthropology 24: 20-35.
  • Bell, Joshua A. 2016. "Everything Will Come Up Like TV, Everything Will Be Revealed: Death in a Age of Uncertainty in the Purari Delta of Papua New Guinea." In Lipset, D. and Silverman, E. eds. Mortuary Dialogues Death Ritual and the Reproduction of Moral Community in Pacific M. In: Lipset, David and Silverman, Eric, Mortuary Dialogues Death Ritual and the Reproduction of Moral Community in Pacific Modernities. New York: Berghahn, pp.208-233.
  • Bell, Joshua A. 2016. The Echo of Things: the lives of photographs in the Solomon Islands. The Journal of Pacific History, : 1-2. doi:10.1080/00223344.2016.1178898
  • Daly, L., K. French, T.L. Miller and L. Nic Eoin. 2016. Introduction: Integrating Ontology into Ethnobotanical Research. Journal of Ethnobiology Special Section: Botanical Ontologies 36(1): 1-9.
  • Miller, T.L. 2016. Living Lists: How the Indigenous Canela Come to Know Plants Through Ethnobotanical
    Classification. Journal of Ethnobiology Special Section: Botanical Ontologies 36(1): 105-124.
  • Miller, T.L., L. Nic Eoin, K. French, and L. Daly (eds.) 2016. Special Section: Botanical Ontologies. Journal of Ethnobiology 36(1): 1-149.2. January-March 2016.
  • Pérez Báez, Gabriela, Rogers, Chris and Rosés Labrada, Jorge Emilio. 2016. Latin American contexts for language documentation and revitalization. de Gruyter Mouton.
  • Pérez Báez, Gabriela, Rogers, Chris and Rosés Labrada, Jorge Emilio. 2016. Introduction. In: Pérez Báez, Gabriela, Rogers, Chris and Rosés Labrada, Jorge Emilio, Latin American contexts for language documentation and revitalization. de Gruyter Mouton, pp.1-28
  • Pérez Báez, Gabriela. 2016. Addressing the gap between community beliefs and priorities and researchers’ language maintenance interests. In: Pérez Báez, Gabriela, Rogers, Chris and Rosés Labrada, Jorge Emilio, Latin American contexts for language documentation and revitalization. de Gruyter Mouton, pp.165-194.
  • Pérez Báez, G. 2016a. Productividad de los términos referentes a partes del cuerpo en construcciones locativas del diidxa za: un primer acercamiento. In Isabel Justina Barreras Aguilar y Gerardo López Cruzen (eds.) Investigaciones interdisciplinarias en Lingüística. Hermosillo: Universidad de Sonora.
  • Pérez Báez, G. 2016b. The interdisciplinary documentation of the flora of La Ventosa and associated lexicon and knowledge: A pilot for the National Ethnobotanical Herbarium Online. Taxon 10 Mar 2016: 5–6.

2015

  • Bell, Joshua A. 2015. "Bird Specimen, Papua New Guinea.". In: Jacobs, Karen, Knowles, Chantal and Wingfield, Chris, Trophies, Relics and Curios? : Missionary Heritage from Africa and the Pacific. Leiden: Sidestone Press, pp.57-62.
  • Goddard, Ives. 2015. The Twenty-Nine Enclitics of Meskwaki. In: valentine, J. R. and Macaulay, Monica, Papers of the 43rd Algonquian Conference. Albany: SUNY Press, pp.72-116.
  • Isaac, Gwyneira. 2015. Museums and the Practice of Anthropology: Whose Responsibility is it? Practicing Anthropology, 37(3): 19 doi:10.17730/0888-4552-37.3.19
  • Isaac, Gwyneira. 2015. Perclusive Alliances: Digital 3-D, Museums and Reconciling of Culturally Diverse Knowledges. Current Anthropology, 56: S286-S296.
  • Isaac, Gwyneira. 2015. 'Get to Know Your World': An Interview with Jim Enote, Director of the A:shiwi A:wan Museum and Heritage Center in Zuni New Mexico. In: Phillips, Ruth and Coombes, Annie, Museum Transformations. International Handbook of Museums. Oxford: Blackwell Press, pp.
  • Isaac, Gwyneira and Isaac, Barbara. 2015. Uncovering the demographics of collecting A case-study of the US Exploring Expedition (1838–1842). Journal of the History of Collections, 28(2): 209-223. doi:10.1093/jhc/fhv027

2014

2013

  • Bell, J.A. 2013. “Dancing a Forest of Relations: Barkcloth Masks of the Central Papuan Gulf of New Guinea.” In Peter Mesenhöller und Oliver Lueb (eds.) Made in Oceania: Tapa, Art and Social Landscapes, 98-113. Cologne: Rautenstrauch-Joest Museum.
  • Bell, J.A.  2013. “The Sorcery of Sugar: Intersecting Agencies within collections made by the 1928 USDA Sugarcane Expedition to New Guinea.” In R. Harrison, A. Clark, and S. Byrne, Reassembling the Collection: Indigenous Agency and Ethnographic Collections, pp. 117-142. Santa Fe: School of Advanced Research.
  • Bell, J.A. 2013. Christen, K. and M. Turin. "Report on the Digital Return and the Circulation of Indigenous Knowledge Workshop." Museum Worlds (1):195-203.
  • Bell, J.A. Christen, K. and M. Turin(eds) 2013. After Return: to Digital Return and the Circulation of Indigenous Knowledge. Special Issue of Museum Anthropology Review 7 (1-2):1-263.
  • Bell, J.A. Christen, K. and M. Turin 2013. “Introduction: After the Return.” Museum Anthropology Review, 7(1-2):1-21.
  • Buden, D.W., K.M. Helgen, and G.J. Wiles. 2013. Taxonomy, distribution, and natural history of flying foxes (Chiroptera: Pteropodidae) in the Mortlock Islands and Chuuk State, Caroline Islands. ZooKeys 345: 97-135.
  • Isaac, G.  2013.  “We:wha Goes to Washington.” In R. Harrison, A. Clark, and S. Byrne, Reassembling the Collection: Indigenous Agency and Ethnographic Collections, pp. 143-170. Santa Fe: School of Advanced Research.
  • Pérez Báez, G. 2013. “Bilingualism and schooling and their unexpected role in language maintenance in an immigrant community.” Anthropological Linguistics (54)4: 350-370.
  • Pérez Báez, G. 2013. “Family language policy in the diaspora community of speakers of San Lucas Quiaviní Zapotec.” Language Policy (12)1.

2012

2011

  • Bell, J.A. 2011a “Transforming Basketry Traditions in the Purari Delta of Papua New Guinea.” In S. Heslop (ed) Basketry: Making Human Nature. Pp. 38-43. Norwich: Sainsbury Centre for Visual Art.
  • Bell, J.A. 2011b Recovering Voices: Documenting and Sustaining Endangered Languages and Knowledge. AnthroNotes, 32(2): 7-9.
  • Goddard, I. 2011. Letter to SSILA members On The World Atlas of Language Structures Online. SSILA Newsletter 29(1-2):3.
  • Goddard, I. 2011. Review of The Arapaho Language, by J. Andrew Cowell and Alonzo Moss, Jr., 2008. Anthropological Linguistics 52(3-4):388-392.
  • Helgen, K. M., M.D. Opiang, and W.H. Thomas. 2011. “The mammal fauna of Wanakipa, Southern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.” Conservation International Rapid Assessment Program Bulletin of Biological Assessment 60: 246-258.
  • Isaac, G. 2011. Whose Idea Was This? Museums, Replicas and the Reproduction of Knowledge. Current Anthropology. Vol. 52. No 2. Pp. 211-233.
  • McCoy, T., Ironstrack, G., Baldwin, D., Strack, A.J. and W. Olm.  2011. Asiihkiwi neehi kiisikwi:  Myaamionki (Earth and Sky:  The place of the myaamiaki).   Published by the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma.
  • Pérez Báez, G. 2011a. “Spatial frames of reference preferences in Juchitán Zapotec.” In Spatial frames of reference in languages of Mesoamerica. Ed. by O’Meara, Carolyn and Gabriela Pérez Báez. Language Sciences 33, 943–960.
  • Pérez Báez, G. 2011b. “The impact of written telecommunications technology on the world’s linguistic diversity.” AnthroNotes 32(2):9-13.
  • Pérez Báez, G. and O’Meara, C. 2011. “Spatial frames of reference in Mesoamerican languages.” In Carolyn O’Meara, and Gabriela Pérez Báez, eds., Spatial frames of reference in languages of Mesoamerica, Language Sciences 33(6): 837-852.
  • Pérez Báez, G. and T. Kaufman. 2011 Clases verbales en el zapoteco del istmo. Proceedings of the Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America-V. http://www.ailla.utexas.org/site/cilla5_toc.html.
  • Bohnemeyer, J., Benedicto, E., Capistrán Garza, A., Donelson, K.T.,  Eggleston, A. Green, N.H., Hernández Gómez, M.J.S, Lovegren, J.S., O'Meara, C.K., Palancar, E., Pérez Báez, G., Polian, G., Méndez, R.R. and R.E. Tucker 2011 Reference frames in Mesoamerican languages: A multivariate typological analysis. Proceedings of the Conference on Indigenous Languages of Latin America-V. http://www.ailla.utexas.org/site/cilla5_toc.html.

2010

  • Bell, J.A. 2010a “Sugar Plant Hunting by Airplane in New Guinea: A Cinematic Narrative of Scientific Triumph and Discovery in the ‘Remote Jungles.” The Journal of Pacific History 45(1): 37-56.
  • Bell, J.A. 2010b“Out of the Mouths of Crocodiles: Eliciting Histories with Photographs and String Figures.” History and Anthropology 21(4): 351-373.
  • Bell, J.A. 2010c Ensamblando relaciones: la materialización de la jerarquía y el poder en Oceanía. In Mondragón, Carlos, eds. Moana: Culturas de las Islas del Pacífico, pp.45-56. México: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia,
  • Crowell, A., Worl, R., Ongtooguk, P. and Biddison, D. D., (eds.) 2010. Living Our Cultures, Sharing Our Heritage: The First Peoples of Alaska. Washington, DC: Smithsonian
  • Goddard, I. 2010. “Linguistic Variation in a Small Speech Community: The Personal Dialects of Moraviantown Delaware.”  Anthropological Linguistics 52(1):1-48.
  • Goddard, I. 2010. “The Origin and Meaning of the Name "Manhattan".” New York History 92(4): 277-93.
  • Isaac, G. 2010. “Anthropology and Its Embodiments: 19th Century Museum Ethnography and the Re-Enactment of Indigenous Knowledges.” Etnofoor 22(1)11-30.
  • Krupnik, I., Aporta, Claudio, Gearheard, Shari, Laidler, Gita J. and Kielsen Holm, Lene (eds.). 2010. SIKU: knowing our ice: documenting Inuit sea ice knowledge and use. Dordrecht: Springer.

2009

  • Bell, J. A. 2009a. “ ‘For Scientific Purposes a Stand Camera is Essential’: Salvaging Photographic Histories in Papua." in Photography, Anthropology and History: Expanding the Frame Edited by C. Morton and E. Edwards, pp. 143-170. Surrey: Ashgate.
  • Bell, J. A. 2009b. "Documenting discontent: Struggles for recognition in the Purari Delta of Papua New Guinea." The Australian Journal of Anthropology 20:28-47.
  • Bell, J.A. 2009. “Recovering voices: a new Smithsonian initiative.” Anthropology News, 50(8): 45
  • Bell, J. A., and H. Geismar. 2009. 'Materialising Oceania: New ethnographies of things in Melanesia and Polynesia.'. The Australian Journal of Anthropology 20:3-27.
  • Bell, J. A., and H. Geismar eds. 2009. Materialising Oceania: New ethnographies of things in Melanesia and Polynesia. Special Issue of The Australian Journal of Anthropology 20.
  • Greene, C.S.. 2009. One Hundred Summers: A Kiowa Calendar Record. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
  • Isaac, G. 2009. Digital Enchantments: The Use of Electronic Media at the National Museum of the American Indian. In: Henrietta Lidchi and Hulleah J. Tsinhnahjinnie, eds. Visual Currencies: Reflections on Native American Photography, pp.77-89. Edinburgh: National Museums of Scotland.
  • Merrill, W.L.  2009. Indigenous Societies, Missions, and the Colonial System in Northern New Spain. In Clara Bargellini and Michael K. Komenecky, eds., The Arts of the Missions of Northern New Spain, 1600-1821, pp. 122-153. Mexico City: Mandato Antiguo Colegio de San Ildefonso.