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Antiquity Academic Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2015
  • New evidence for international trade in Bronze Age central Anatolia: recently discovered bullae at Kultepe-Kanesh.
  • Antiquity project gallery.
  • Books received.
  • New book chronicle.
  • Gyles Iannone (ed.). The great Maya droughts in cultural context: case studies in resilience and vulnerability.
  • Koji Mizoguchi. The archaeology of Japan: from the earliest rice farming villages to the rise of the state.
  • Alfredo Gonzalez-Ruibal. An archaeology of resistance: materiality and time in an African borderland.
  • Rosemary Cramp. The Hirsel excavations.
  • Andrew Reynolds & Leslie Webster (ed.). Early medieval art and archaeology in the northern world. Studies in honour of James Graham-Campbell.
  • Davide Zori & Jesse Byock (ed.). Viking archaeology in Iceland. Mosfell Archaeological Project.
  • Dominic Ingemark. Glass, alcohol and power in Roman Iron Age Scotland.
  • Judith S. McKenzie, Joseph A. Greene, Andres T. Reyes, Catherine S. Alexander, Deirdre G. Barrett, Brian Gilmore, John F. Healey, Margaret O'Hea,...
  • Michel Mouton & Jeremie Schiettecatte. In the desert margins. The settlement process in ancient South and East Arabia (arabia antica 9).
  • Anthony Harding & Valerii Kavruk (ed.). Explorations in salt archaeology in the Carpathian zone.
  • Knut Helskog. Communicating with the world of beings. The World Heritage rock art sites in Alta, Arctic Norway.
  • Robin Dennell & Martin Porr (ed.). South Asia, Australia and the search for human origins.
  • Andean exceptionalism and the new Inka scholarship.
  • Figurines, materiality and social life in ancient Mesoamerica.
  • A Bohemian paradise.
  • Final response and fixture directions.
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    Australian Aboriginal Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2015
    839
    Borneo Research Bulletin Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2014
  • Bibliography.
  • The Impacts of the Alteration in Agriculture on the Environment and Ecosystem in Sarawak, Malaysia.
  • Kalimantan languages: an overview of current research and documentation.
  • Barriers to community participation in rural tourism: a case study of the communities of Semporna, Sabah, Malaysia.
  • Spatial and seasonal variations in surface water quality of the Lower Kinabatangan River Catchment, Sabah, Malaysia.
  • Malaysia and the Non-Fulfilment of Two Agreements with Sabah and Sarawak.
  • New transmigration 'paradigm' in Indonesia: examples from Kalimantan.
  • Southwest Sabah Revisited.
  • A Late Pleistocene record of climate and environmental change from the northern and southern Kelabit Highlands of Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.
  • The 2nd International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences.
  • Wind characteristics and GIS-based spatial wind mapping study in Malaysia.
  • Changing Exchanges: A modern Siang village amidst resource extraction in regional Indonesia.
  • A Grammar of Maanyan: A Language of Central Kalimantan.
  • Waterbird Population Dynamics in the Middle Mahakam Wetlands of East Kalimantan over 23 years.
  • The Direct and Indirect Impacts of Logging on Mammals in Sabah, Borneo.
  • Sleeping Site Selection by Proboscis Monkeys (Nasalis larvatus) in West Kalimantan, Indonesi.
  • The "Everett Collection from Borneo Caves" in the Natural History Museum, London: Its Origin, Composition and Potential for Research.
  • I.H.N. Evans, 2007, The Religion of the Tempasuk Dustins of North Borneo.
  • Papers Relating to Brunei.
  • Baru Bian [with Deborah Loh], 2014, The Long Awakening.
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    Canadian Review of Sociology Academic Magazine/Journal May 1, 2015
    205
    Estonian Journal of Archaeology Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 1, 2015
    134
    Ethnologies Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2013
  • Christine A. Jones and Jennifer Schacker. Marvelous Transformations. An Anthology of Fairy Tales and Contemporary Critical Perspectives.
  • Michael A. Robidoux. Stickhandling through the Margins: First Nations Hockey in Canada.
  • Michael Newton, ed. Celts in the Americas.
  • Harald Welzer, Sabine Moller et Karoline Tschuggnall. << Grand-Pere n 'etait pas un nazi >>. National-socialisme et Shoah dans la memoire familiale.
  • Sibelan Forrester, Helena Goscilo and Martin Skoro. Baba Yaga. The Wild Witch of the East in Russian Fairy Tales.
  • Anne Renaud. The Extraordinary Life of Anna Swan.
  • Odours and boundaries: Bora-Mirana construction of territoriality (Amazonia).
  • Loppis, vide'granges: promenades suedoises au milieu des restes.
  • De la resis-danse a la creme de la discordance: places et impasses du patrimoine culturel immateriel en Tunisie depuis la revolution.
  • Traditional food heritage in contemporary Tuscany: local networks and global policies around the Zolfino bean.
  • Reinterpreting and reforming the city: patrimonialization, cosmopolitanisms, and the ethnography of the heritage-scape in Damascus.
  • e-Materiel: de la virtualisation du patrimoine au musee signe: exemples du Cameroun et du Gabon.
  • Urban heritage and the contention between tradition, avant-garde, and Kitsch: Amman's rising "kitsch syndromes" and its creeping vernacularized urban...
  • Peut-on resister a la patrimonialisation? Le cas du sud-est de la Sicile.
  • << Paysage patrimonial >> ou << paysages patrimoniaux >>? Reflexion sur l'usage d'un concept.
  • "Heritage-scape" or "Heritage-scapes"? Critical considerations on a concept.
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    Oceania Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 1, 2015
    850

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