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Hair Everywhere: Anthropological Notes on the Long and Short of It

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Volume 6 , Number 2
June 2018

Bad Hair Days in the Paleolithic: Modern (Re)Constructions of the Cave Man
Judith C. Berman – American Anthropologist. Vol 101, Issue 2:288-304 (1999)
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Notes on the Hairy Men of the Philippine Islands and Elsewhere
Robert Bennett Bean – American Anthropologist. Vol 15, Issue 3:415-424 (1913)
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“Second-Hair” Illness in Two Mesoamerican Cultures: A Biocultural Study of the Ethnomedical Diagnosis of Protein-Energy Malnutrition
George E. Luber – Nutritional Anthropology. Vol 25, Issue 2:9-20 (2002)
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Hair as a Bio-Marker to Exposure - Considering Issues of Racial Bias in Drug Testing
Saundra F. DeLauder – Transforming Anthropology. Vol 11, Issue 2:54-59 (2003)
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"Look at Her Hair": The Body Politics of Black Womanhood in Brazil
Kia Lilly Caldwell – Transforming Anthropology. Vol 11, Issue 2:18-29 (2003)
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Remembering Chrissy: Engendering Knowledge, Difference, and Power in Women's Hair Care Narratives
Lanita Jacobs-Huey – Transforming Anthropology. Vol 11, Issue 2:30-42 (2003)
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Book Review of Lanita Jacobs-Huey's From the Kitchen to the Parlor: Language and Becoming in African American Women's Hair Care
Raymond Codrington – American Ethnologist. Vol 35, Issue 2:2105-2108 (2008)
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Ethnically Correct Dolls: Toying with the Race Industry
Elizabeth Chin – American Anthropologist. Vol 101, Issue 2:305-321 (1999)
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The Birth of the “Salon”: Poverty, “Modernization,” and Dealing with Witchcraft in Southern Tanzania
Maia Green and Simeon Mesaki – American Ethnologist. Vol 32, Issue 3:371-388 (2005)
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Thug Realism: Inhabiting Fantasy in Urban Tanzania
Brad Weiss – Cultural Anthropology. Vol 17, Issue 1:93-124 (2002)
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Close Encounters of a Hairy Kind
Emma Tarlo – Anthropology News. Vol 58, Issue 6:e399-e404 (2017)
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Book Review of Alf Hiltebeitel and Barbara D. Miller. (editors) Hair: Its Power and Meaning in Asian Cultures
Jeannette Mageo – American Anthropologist. Vol 101, Issue 3:676-677 (1999)
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Un/Covering: Female Religious Converts Learning the Problems and Pragmatics of Physical Observance in the Secular World
Sally Campbell Galman – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. Vol 44, Issue 4:423-441 (2013)
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Facial Foliage among Male American Anthropologists: A Quantitative Analysis
Christine Padoch and Michael Chibnik – Anthropology News. Vol 14, Issue 3:10-11 (1973)
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