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Submissions from 2018

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Native acquisition of obsidian in colonial-era central California: Implications from Mission San José, Lee M. Panich, Ben Griffin, and Tsim D. Schneider

Submissions from 2017

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Roads, value, and dispossession in Baja California Sur, Mexico, Ryan B. Anderson

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Heads or Tails? Modified Ceramic Gaming Pieces from Colonial California, Lee M. Panich, Emilie Lederer, Ryan Phillip, and Emily Dylla

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A Reassessment of Archaeological Obsidian from Southern Alta California and Northern Baja California, Lee M. Panich, M. Steven Shackley, and Antonio Porcayo Michelini

Submissions from 2016

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Islands within an almost island: History, myth, and aislamiento in Baja California, Mexico, Ryan B. Anderson

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The Missions and Camino Real of Baja California: A Binational View, Julia Bendímez Patterson, Antonio Porcayo Michelini, and Lee M. Panich

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Investigating Native Californian Tobacco Use at Mission Santa Clara, California, through Morphometric Analysis of Tobacco (Nicotiana spp.) Seeds, Rob Q. Cuthrell, Lee M. Panich, and Oliver R. Hegge

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After Saint Serra: Unearthing indigenous histories at the California missions, Lee M. Panich

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Beyond the colonial curtain: Investigating indigenous use of obsidian in Spanish California through the pXRF analysis of artifacts from Mission Santa Clara, Lee M. Panich

Submissions from 2015

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Legality, race, and inequality: An interview with Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz, Ryan B. Anderson

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Sustainability, ideology, and the politics of development in Cabo Pulmo, Baja California Sur, Mexico, Ryan B. Anderson

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Deficient realities: expertise and uncertainty among tea plantation workers in Sri Lanka, Mythri Jegathesan

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Mission Santa Clara in a Changing Urban Environment, Lee M. Panich

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“Sometimes They Bury the Deceased’s Clothes and Trinkets”: Indigenous Mortuary Practices at Mission Santa Clara de Asís, Lee M. Panich

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Exploring Patterns of Obsidian Conveyance in Baja California, Mexico, Lee M. Panich, Érika Moranchel Mondragón, and Antonio Porcayo Michelini

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Expanding Mission Archaeology: A Landscape Approach to Indigenous Autonomy in Colonial California, Lee M. Panich and Tsim D. Schneider

Submissions from 2014

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An Anthropocene Without Archaeology—Should We Care?, Todd J. Braje, Jon M. Erlandson, C. Melvin Aikens, Tim Beach, Scott Fitzpatrick, Sara Gonzalez, Douglas J. Kennett, Patrick V. Kirch, Gyoung-Ah Lee, Kent G. Lightfoot, Sarah B. McClure, Lee M. Panich, Torben C. Rick, Anna C. Roosevelt, Tsim D. Schneider, Bruce Smith, and Melinda A. Zeder

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Anthropology and Open Access, Jason B. Jackson and Ryan B. Anderson

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Mission Archaeology in North America, Lee M. Panich

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Native American Consumption of Shell and Glass Beads at Mission Santa Clara de Asís, Lee M. Panich

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Assessing the Diversity of Mission Populations through the Comparison of Native American Residences at Mission Santa Clara de Asís, Lee M. Panich, Helga Afaghani, and Nicole Mathwich

Submissions from 2013

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From one place to another, Ryan B. Anderson

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Savage Minds Interview: Kristina Killgrove, Ryan B. Anderson

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Savage Minds Interview: Sarah Kendzior, Ryan B. Anderson

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Cultures in Contact at Colony Ross, Kent G. Lightfoot, Sara Gonzalez, Darren Modzelewski, Lee M. Panich, Otis Parrish, and Tsim Schneider

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European Colonialism and the Anthropocene: A View from the Pacific Coast of North America, Kent G. Lightfoot, Lee M. Panich, Tsim D. Schneider, and Sara L. Gonzalez

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The Study of Indigenous Political Economies and Colonialism in Native California: Implications for Contemporary Tribal Groups and Federal Recognition, Kent G. Lightfoot, Lee M. Panich, Tsim D. Schneider, Sara L. Gonzalez, Matthew A. Russell, Darren Modzelewski, Theresa Molino, and Elliot H. Blair

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Archaeologies of Persistence: Reconsidering the Legacies of Colonialism in Native North America, Lee M. Panich

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Malcolm J. Rogers as an Ethnoarchaeologist: Reflections from Santa Catarina, Baja California, Lee M. Panich and Michael Wilken-Robertson

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Paipai Pottery Past and Present: Evolution of an Indigenous Ceramic Tradition, Lee M. Panich and Michael Wilken-Robertson

Submissions from 2012

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Opening Anthropology: An Interview with Keith Hart at Savage Minds, Ryan B. Anderson

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Opening our anthropological conversations: An Interview with Tom Boellstorff, Ryan B. Anderson

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Publishing without Perishing: Sharing Ideas & Challenging the Closed System of Academic Anthropology, Ryan B. Anderson

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Obsidian Sources of Northern Baja California: The Known and the Unknown, Lee M. Panich, Antonio Porcayo Michelini, and M. Steven Shackley

Submissions from 2011

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Anthropology & Open Access: An Interview with Jason Baird Jackson, Ryan B. Anderson

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Franz Boas: Geographer/Anthropologist, Ryan B. Anderson

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Landscapes of Wealth & Desire, Ryan B. Anderson

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Negotiating history and attending to the future: Perceptions among and of Malaiyaha Tamils in Sri Lanka, Mythri Jegathesan

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Collaboration and the Education of an Archaeologist, Lee M. Panich

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Continuities in a Time of Change: Lithic Technology at Mission Santa Catalina, Baja California, Lee M. Panich

Submissions from 2010

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Tajik Male Labour Migration and Women Left Behind: Can They Resist Gender and Generational Hierarchies?, Mary E. Hegland

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Missionization and the Persistence of Native Identity on the Colonial Frontier of Baja California, Lee M. Panich

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Spanish Missions in the Indigenous Landscape:A View from Mission Santa Catalina,Baja California, Lee M. Panich

Submissions from 2009

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Open Access and Academic Publishing: An interview with Colleen Morgan, Ryan B. Anderson

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The Prison Notebook: Lessons Learned Teaching Anthropology at San Quentin State Prison, David Reed Cohen and Lee M. Panich

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Educating Young Women: Culture, Conflict, and New Identities in an Iranian Village, Mary E. Hegland

California Indian Uses of Natural Resources, Kent G. Lightfoot, Lee M. Panich, Tsim D. Schneider, and K. Elizabeth Soluri

Submissions from 2008

A Discourse of Complaint: Precursors to a Mass Women’s Movement in Tajikistan, Mary E. Hegland

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Total Station Mapping: Practical Examples from Alta and Baja California, Tsim D. Schneider and Lee M. Panich

Submissions from 2007

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Native American Management and the Legacy of Working Landscapes in California, Lucy Diekmann, Lee M. Panich, and Chuck Striplen

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Grossmutter lebt allein in ihrem Häuschen: Alte Frauen in einem iranischen dorf, Mary E. Hegland

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Collaborative Archaeology South of the Border, Lee M. Panich

Submissions from 2006

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Archaeology for the Seventh Generation, Sara L. Gonzalez, Darren Modzelewski, Lee M. Panich, and Tsim D. Schneider

Iranian–American Elderly in California’s Santa Clara Valley: Crafting Selves and Composing Lives, Mary E. Hegland

Women of Karbala Moving to America, Mary E. Hegland

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Public Interaction as “Culture Contact.”, Lee M. Panich and Tsim D. Schneider

Submissions from 2005

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Interpretive Issues and the California Missions, Lee M. Panich

Submissions from 2003

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Iran, Mary E. Hegland

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Shi’a Women’s Rituals in Northwest Pakistan: The Shortcomings and Significance of Resistance, Mary E. Hegland

Talking Politics: A Village Widow in Iran, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1999

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Gender and Religion in the Middle East and South Asia: Women's Voices Rising, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1998

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Flagellation and Fundamentalism: (Trans)forming Meaning, Identity, and Gender through Pakistani Women’s Rituals of Mourning, Mary E. Hegland

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The Power Paradox in Muslim Women’s Majales: North-West Pakistani Mourning Rituals as Sites of Contestation over Religious Politics, Ethnicity, and Gender, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1997

Mixed Blessing: The Majles -- Shi’a Women’s Rituals of Mourning in North-West Pakistan, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1995

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Shi’a Women of NorthWest Pakistan and Agency through Practice: Ritual, Resistance, Resilience, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1992

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Wife Abuse and the Political System: A Middle Eastern Case Study, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1991

Political Roles of Aliabad Women: The Public/Private Dichotomy Transcended, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1990

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Women and the Iranian Revolution: A Village Case Study, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1986

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Political Roles of Iranian Village Women, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1983

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Aliabad Women: Revolution as Religious Activity, Mary E. Hegland

Ritual and Revolution in Iran, Mary E. Hegland

Two Images of Husain: Accommodation and Revolution in an Iranian Village, Mary E. Hegland

Submissions from 1982

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"Traditional" Iranian Women: How They Cope, Mary E. Hegland