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Submissions from 2015

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Life on the Edge of the Arctic: The Bioarchaeology of the Keldudalur Cemetery in Skagafjorour, Iceland, Kimmarie A. Murphy

Submissions from 2013

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Digital Repatriation in Vietnam: Towards an (Alter)Native Media Tradition, Sam Pack

Submissions from 2012

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Water Puppetry in the Red River Delta and Beyond: Tourism and the Commodification of an Ancient Ritual, Sam Pack

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What is a real Indian? The interminable debate of cultural authenticity, Sam Pack

Submissions from 2011

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Global Transmission and Local Consumption: Navajo Resistance to Mainstream American Television, Sam Pack

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Political Correctness Unplugged: Exploring the Ethics of Representation in the Classroom, Sam Pack

Submissions from 2010

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Climatic variability and plant food distribution in Pleistocene Europe: Implications for Neanderthal diet and subsistence, Bruce Hardy

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New method for age estimation of developmental defects of enamel formation in living populations, Kimmarie Murphy

Submissions from 2009

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Primate archaeology, Bruce Hardy

Submissions from 2008

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“I Hate White People!”—Subverting the Televisual Gaze, Sam Pack

Submissions from 2006

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Hammer or crescent wrench? Stone-tool form and function in the Aurignacian of southwest Germany, Bruce Hardy

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Social Thought & Commentary: How They See Me vs. How I See Them: The Ethnographic Self and the Personal Self, Sam Pack

Submissions from 2004

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Neanderthal behaviour and stone tool function at the Middle Palaeolithic site of La Quina, France, Bruce Hardy

Submissions from 2001

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“These young chaps think they are just men, too”: redistributing masculinity in Kgatleng bars, David Suggs

Submissions from 2000

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Constructing "The Navajo": Visual and Literary Representation from inside and out, Sam Pack

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Indigenous media then and now: Situating the Navajo film project, Sam Pack

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Public Library Use, School Performance, and the Parental X-Factor: A Bio-Documentary Approach to Children's Snapshots., Sam Pack

Submissions from 1999

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A prehistoric example of polydactyly from the Iron Age site of Simbusenga, Zambia, Kimmarie Murphy