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Volume 9 , Number 2
July 2021

Cathy Lynne Costin and Michael C. Ennis-McMillan, Co-Editors – Open Anthropology.
Retrospection, Memory and Imagination in the Study of 20th-century Native American Art History
J. J. Brody – Museum Anthropology. 24 (2-3): 17-21 (2000)
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Stealing a Good Idea: Innovation and Competition Among Toba Batak Woodcarvers
Andrew Causey – Museum Anthropology. 23 (1): 33-46 (1999)
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Creativity and Resistance: Maroon Cultures in the Americas: Creativity and Resistance: Maroon Cultures in the Americas
Kristy Feldhousen – Museum Anthropology. 29 (1): 64-67 (2006)
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What is Tradition?
Nelson H. H. Graburn – Museum Anthropology. 24 (2-3): 6-11 (2000)
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Stories and Cosmogonies: Imagining Creativity beyond "Nature" and "Culture"
Stuart McLean – Cultural Anthropology. 24 (2): 213-245 (2009)
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Creativity is Our Tradition at the Institute of American Indian Arts Museum
Bill Mercer – Museum Anthropology. 17 (2): 78-80 (1993)
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Craft and Creativity: Artists and Missionary Outreach in Barotseland
Karen E. Milbourne – Museum Anthropology. 24 (1): 42-56 (2000)
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Migration, skill, and the transformation of social networks in the pre-Hispanic Southwest
Barbara J. Mills, Jeffery J. Clark, and Matthew A. Peeples – Economic Anthropology. 3 (2): 203-215 (2016)
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Cognitive Archaeology, Evolutionary Psychology and Cultural Transmission, with Particular Reference to Religious Ideas
Steven Mithen – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. 7 (1): 67-74 (1997)
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Continuity and Creativity in Iroquois Beadwork
Morgan Perkins – American Anthropologist. 106 (3): 595-599 (2004)
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Ambiguity and Innovation: Implications for the Genesis of the Culture Broker
Irwin Press – American Anthropologist. 71 (2): 205-217 (1969)
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Art and Residence Among the Shipibo Indians of Peru: A Study in Microacculturation
Peter G. Roe – American Anthropologist. 82 (1): 42-71 (1980)
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“Inspired to Be Creative?”: Persons, Objects, and the Public Pedagogy of Museums
Shari Sabeti – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. 46 (2): 113-128 (2015)
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Creativity is Our Tradition: Three Decades of Contemporary Indian Art. Rick Hill, curator
Margot Blum Schevill – American Anthropologist. 95 (4): 1075-1076 (1993)
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Children and Ceramic Innovation: A Study in the Archaeology of Children
Patricia E. Smith – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. 15 (1): 65-76 (2005)
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Metalworking and Ritualization: Negotiating Change through Improvisational Practice in Banda, Ghana
Ann B. Stahl – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. 26 (1): 53-71 (2015)
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Rituals of Creativity: Tradition, Modernity, and the “Acoustic Unconscious” in a U.S. Collegiate Jazz Music Program
Eitan Wilf – American Anthropologist. 114 (1): 32-44
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