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Volume 9 , Number 3
November 2021

Michael C. Ennis-McMillan and Cathy Lynne Costin – Open Anthropology.
Archaeological Positivism and Cultural Plurality: Working with Conflicting Views of Mesoamerican Legacies
David S. Anderson – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. 25(1):119–27 (2015)
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Wombs of the Earth: Preserving and Reconstituting Feminine Prestige and Dignity through Heritage
Kathryn Weedman Arthur – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. 31(1):41–53 (2020)
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The Bolsonaro Election, Antiblackness, and Changing Race Relations in Brazil
Antonio José Bacelar da Silva and Erika Robb Larkins – The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. 24(4):893-913 (2019)
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Book Review The Pueblo Revolt and the Mythology of Conquest: An Indigenous Archaeology of Contact: An Indigenous Archaeology of Contact, Michael V. Wilcox
Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh – American Anthropologist. 112(4):689-690 (2010)
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Memory Pieces and Footprints: Multivocality and the Meanings of Ancient Times and Ancestral Places Among the Zuni and Hopi
Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh and T. J. Ferguson – American Anthropologist. 108(1):148–162 (2006)
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Sakha and Alaas: Place Attachment and Cultural Identity in a Time of Climate Change
Susan Alexandra Crate – Anthropology and Humanism. (2021)
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Language Policy and Language Ideology: Ecological Perspectives on Language and Education in the Himalayan Foothills
Cynthia Groff – Anthropology & Education Quarterly. 49(1):3-20 (2018)
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A Qualitative Analysis of How Anthropologists Interpret the Race Construct
Jayne O. Ifekwunigwe, Jennifer K. Wagner, Joon-Ho Yu, Tanya M. Harrell, Michael J. Bamshad, and Charmaine D. Royal – American Anthropologist. 119(3):422:434 (2017)
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Why Pacific Islanders Stopped Worrying about the Apocalypse and Started Fighting Climate Change
Stuart Kirsch – American Anthropologist. 122(4):827-839 (2020)
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The Biology of Racism
Leith Mullings, Jada Benn Torres, Agustín Fuentes, Clarence C. Gravlee, Dorothy Roberts, and Zaneta Thayer – American Anthropologist. 123(3):671-680 (2021)
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Plantation Politics, Paranoia, and Public Health on the Frontlines of America’s COVID-19 Response
Yesmar Oyarzun – Medical Anthropology Quarterly. 34(4):578-590 (2020)
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Abandoning Endangered Languages: Ethical Loneliness, Language Oppression, and Social Justice
Gerald Roche – American Anthropologist. 122(1):164-169 (2020)
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You Can't Grow Potatoes in the Sky: Building Resilience in the Face of Climate Change in the Potato Park of Cuzco, Peru
Matthew Sayre, Tammy Stenner, and Alejandro Argumedo – Culture, Agriculture, Food and Environment. 39(2):100-108 (2017)
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Discourses of the Haunted: An Intersubjective Approach to Archaeology at the Mount Pleasant Indian Industrial Boarding School
Sarah L. Surface-Evans and Sarah J. Jones – Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association. 31(1):110–21 (2020)
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