Faculty Publications: Anthropology – May 2023April 26, 2023
Howell, Jayne. 2023. Women Teachers of Rural Oaxaca: Agency and Empowerment. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Wilson, Scott. 2022. “The Tale is the Map: Virtual Reality Experiences in Anthropology.” IN Cool Anthropology: How to Engage the Public with Academic Research. Kristina Bainesnd Victoria Costa, eds. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. Pp. 125 – 142.
Wilson, R. Scott and Katherine Scully. 2022. “Virtual Reality and Activism.” Anthropology News website, September 20, 2022.
Daniels Jr, James T., Heather B. Thakar, and Hector Neff (2023) Human Niche Construction and Shifts in Subsistence and Settlement during the Early Formative in the Eastern Soconusco Mangrove Zone. In Human Behavioral Ecology and Coastal Environments, edited by Heather B. Thakar, and Carola Flores Fernandez, pp. 103-131. Society and Ecology in Island and Coastal Archaeology. University Press of Florida, Gainesville, FL.
McCafferty, Geoffrey and Hector Neff (submitted) Pacific Nicaragua radiocarbon dates: a new chronology and cultural sequence. Ancient Mesoamerica (submitted).
Neff, Hector (2023) Export Craft Production in Soconusco: An Update on Tohil Plumbate. In Routes, Interaction and Exhange in the Southern Maya Region, edited by Eugenia Robinson and Gavin Davies. Routledge (in press).
Neff, Hector, Marx Navarro Castillo, and Sachiko Sakai (2023) A Mesoamerican Tradeware Revisited: Mexican Influences in the Origins and Evolution of Plumbate Pottery. In When East Meets West: Chichen Itza, Tula, and Early Postclassic Mesoamerica, edited by Travis Stanton, Karl Taube, and Jeremy Coltman. British Archaeological Reports (in press).
Pandya, Mihir. 2022. “Disclosure by Design: What Leaks Produce” Public Culture 34:2 pp. 219-237.
Needham, Susan and Karen Quintiliani. (2022). Communicating Time, Place, and History: A Genealogical Analysis of Prolung Khmer. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication 32:1:6-25. https://www.jbe-platform.com/content/journals/10.1075/japc.00082.nee
Paley, Violetta. 2023. “Medical Pluralism.” In National Assocation for the Practice of Anthropology 53-56. https://s3-us-east-2.amazonaws.com/napa-media-folder/wp-media-folder-napa/wp-content/uploads/NAPA-Notes-January-2023.pdf
Hill-Paley, Violetta. 2023. “Buddhist Teachings and Mindfulness.” In National Assocation for the Practice of Anthropology. [soon available April 19, 2023].
Harry, Karen, G., and Sachiko Sakai. 2022. Patterns of Ceramic Production and Distribution in Western Basketmaker Beginnings: The Jackson Flat Reservoir Project, edited by Heidi Roberts, Richard V. N. Ahlstrom, Pp.170-176. University of Utah Press.
Harry, Karen G., and Sachiko Sakai. 2022. Using Luminescence Dating to Address the Chronology and Cultural Affiliation of Brownware Ceramics in the Virgin Branch Puebloan Region. In Western Ceramic Traditions Prehistoric and Historic Native American Ceramics of the Western U.S., edited by Suzanne Griset. The University of Utah Anthropological Papers Number 135. Pp57-66. University of Utah Press.
Neff, Hector, Marx Navarro and Sachiko Sakai. 2023. A Mesoamerican Tradeware Revisited: Mexican Influences in the Origins and Evolution of Plumbate Pottery. In When East Meets West: Chichen Itza, Tula, and Early Postclassic Mesoamerica, edited by Travis Stanton, Karl Taube, and Jeremy Coltman. British Archaeological Reports (in press).