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Submissions from 2016

Gender and Development in the Kyrgyz Republic: Interrogating Culture, Negotiating Difference., Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Submissions from 2015

Islam and Nationalism: Religious Discourses Support and Complicate Nation-Building in the Former Soviet Republics of Central Asia, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Proyecto Awqa Pacha: Documentando la evidencia de la guerra en la costa central, Margaret Brown Vega, N. Craig, Gerbert Asencios Lindo, and Jessica Rivosecchi-Fulton

Submissions from 2014

Gender and social change in Central Asia: Women encounter development, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Reading between the lines: Kyrgyz activists promote democracy through pedagogy, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Teaching the tradition: Islamic piety and the Central Asian state, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Awqa Pacha : Fortified Landscapes of the Pativilca Valley, Central Coast of Perú, Margaret Brown Vega, Nathan Craig, and Gerbert Asencios Lindo

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The Ethnogenesis of Pescador Identity: The Impllications of Biodistance Analyses of Initial Period (1550-1250 BC) Human Remains from Gramalote, Peru, for Our Understanding of the Social and Economic Dynamics of Ancient Andean Maritime Communities, Richard C. Sutter and G Prieto

Submissions from 2013

Belief and Bureaucracy, Democracy and Devotion: What Have We Learned? A Roundtable Discussion, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

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Debating the Tradition: Men, Women, and Orthodoxy in Kyrgyz Islam, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Religion and State Power in the Kyrgyz Republic, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

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Roundtable: Past, Present and Future of Gender Studies in Central Asia, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Spirit Attacks as a Complex Idiom of Distress in Samoan Adolescents, Harold L. Odden

The Importance of Mixed-Methods in Exploring Adolescent Substance Use, Harold L. Odden

Hegemony Without Sovereignty: The Case of Cajamarca-Late Moche (AD 650-800) relations in the Jequetepeque Valley, Peru, Richard C. Sutter

The (Mis)use of Analogy in the Interpretation of Moche (AD 200-750) Warfare, Richard C. Sutter

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"Becoming Moche": An Examination of Models of Ethnogenesis Using Archaeological and Bioarchaeological Data for teh Early Itermediate Period (AD 200-750) in the Moche Valley, Peru, Richard C. Sutter and G Prieto

Tale of Two Cities: Continuity and Change Following the Moche Collapse in the Jequetepeque Valley, Peru, Richard C. Sutter and K A. Zobler

Submissions from 2012

Building a Democracy: Civic Education and Social Change, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Idealism and the Lure of the Material: Well-being in a Modern Uzbek Mahalla, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Analysis of Discourse for Indications and Warnings, Laurie Fenstermacher, Lawrence Kuznar, and Mariah Yager

Understanding the Ways Latino and African-American Youth Think about Suicide: Toward Culturally Competent Suicide Prevention Messages, Harold L. Odden and Colleen Carpenter

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Class-Structured Gene Flow During the Moche Occupation of San Jose de Moro (A.D. 500 -850) Jequetepeque Valley, Peru, Richard C. Sutter

Dentally Derived Phenetic Relatedeness Among the Moche (AD 200-750) of the North Coast of Peru: A Comparison of the Skeletal Populations from the San Jose de Moro to Those from the Moche Valley, Richard C. Sutter

Iconography, Evidence, and the Role of Analogy: The Case of the Moche Sacrificial Victims, Richard C. Sutter

Submissions from 2011

Cosmopolitan longing and foreign faiths: Conversion among Kyrgyz young people, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Kidnapping women: Discourses of emotion and social change in the kyrgyz republic, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Rethinking Culture Change and Psychosocial Well-Being from the Vantage Point of Late Modernity, Edward Lowe and Harold L. Odden

Globalization, Migration and their Influence on Samoan Adolescent Well-Being, Harold L. Odden

Spirit Attacks as a Complex Idiom and Explanation of Distress in Samoan Adolescents, Harold L. Odden

The Present and Future of Child Development Research in Psychological Anthropology, Harold L. Odden

Basic Concepts and Chronologies in Andean Bioarchaeology, Richard C. Sutter

Biodistance Research on the Moche: Implications for the Terminal Moche, Richard C. Sutter

Demographic Growth: From Foraging to the Impacts of Agriculture-A Bioarchaeological Perspective, Richard C. Sutter

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Dentally Derived Phenetic Relatedness Among the Moche (AD 200-750) of the North Coast of Peru: A Compariosn of the Skeletal Populations from San Jose de Moro to those from the Moche Valley, Richard C. Sutter

First Settlement and Population Spread: A Bioarchaeological Perspective, Richard C. Sutter

Relationships Between the Highlands and Coast: A Bioarchaeological Perspective, Richard C. Sutter

Who Were the Moche? A Bioarchaeological Perspective, Richard C. Sutter

Submissions from 2010

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Islamic Revival in the Former Soviet Union: Diversification or Normalization?, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

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Mobile Institutions: Circulation and Negotiation in the Development Encounter, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

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Parallel Worlds: Male and Female Islam in the Central Asian Republics, Noor O'Neill Borbieva

Not Black, but Habasha: Ethiopian and Eritrean Immigrants in American Society, Shelly M. Habecker

Redefining the African American, Shelly M. Habecker

The 2009 Late Woodland HPF Grant, a Preliminary Report, Robert G. McCullough Ph.D.

The Castor Phase: Late Prehistoric Farmers in Central Indiana, Robert G. McCullough Ph.D.

The Kramer Enclosure in the Context of Late Prehistoric Population Pressures, Robert G. McCullough Ph.D.

The 14th and Early 15th Century Oneota Presence in Central Indiana: Cultural Interactions on the Eastern Periphery, Robert G. McCullough Ph.D. and Mark Hill Ph.D.

Globalization and Substance Use and Abuse Among Samoan Adolescents, Harold L. Odden

Intersections of Samoan Ethnopsychology, Adolescent Impulsivity and Maladaptive Behavior, Harold L. Odden

"Pantheism and Sacred Water Mountains: The Cultural Ecology of Contemporary Aztec Religion.", Alan R. Sandstrom

"Pantheistic Religion and the Cognized Model of the Environment among the Nahua of Northern Veracruz, Mexico.", Alan R. Sandstrom

Investigations at Fort Ouiatenon and Kethtippecanunk, Two Fur-Trade Era Sites in Tippecanoe County, Indiana, Michael Strezewski Ph.D. and Robert G. McCullough Ph.D.

The (Mis)Use of Analogy in Archaeology: The Example of the Moche Sacrificial Victims, Richard C. Sutter

When States Collapse: Multiethnicity, Ethnogenesis, and the terminal Middle Horizon (AD 750 – 1200) Tumilaca of Moquegua, Peru, Richard C. Sutter

Who were the Moche Sacrificial Victims, Richard C. Sutter

Submissions from 2009

To Be or Not to Be African American: The Identity Choices of African Immigrants in Washington, DC, Shelly M. Habecker

Perceptions of Knowledge Production in Cultural Anthropology - Epistemological Traditions and Shifts in the 20th Century, Lawrence Kuznar

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Fingerprinting Leading Indicators of WMD Terrorism: An integrated Modeling Approach, Lawrence A. Kuznar

Reconceptualizing Risk and Protective Factors in Cultural Context: A Case Study of Mental Health Problems among Samoan Adolescents, Harold L. Odden

Residence Patterns and Household Characteristics as Moderators of Adolescent Distress in the Context of Rapid Change, Harold L. Odden

Cultural conceptions of insomnia and its management in the United States, Harold L. Odden, Rachael A. Wilson, and Victoria I. Salzbrun

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Continuity and Transformation During the Terminal Middle Horizon (AD 950-1150): A Bioarchaeological Assessment of Tumilaca Origins Within the Moquegua Valley, Richard C. Sutter

Rethinking the Local Experience: Responses to Middle Horizon Expansion in the Andes, Richard C. Sutter

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The (Mis)use of Anaology in the Interpretaion of Moche (AD 200-750) Warfare, Richard C. Sutter

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Osteological Analysis of Human Remains from the Historic Mt. Auburn United Methodist Cemetery, Indiana, Richard C. Sutter, Juan Carlos Guitierrez, Amy Lehman, Nancy McVey, Nicole Staley, and Adrienne Taylor

Submissions from 2008

Space Syntax for Archaeologists: A Manual for Achieving Replicable and Empirical Data for Studying Spatial Organization, Christopher Andres and Joshua Wells

A Review of Recent Metadiscourse Research in Non-Western Countries, Avon Crismore

The Quaker 'Journey' and the Management of Corporate and Personal Belief, Douglas Kline

Preliminary Comparison of Hazing Determinats Across NCAA Sprots, Lawrence Kuznar and Christine L. Kuznar

Current IPFW Archaeological Survey Research, Robert G. McCullough

Current IPFW-AS Research, Robert G. McCullough

Using Geophysics to Locate Unmarked Graves, Robert G. McCullough and Colin Graham

Biological Affinities of the Late Intermediate Period (AD 1200-1476) Chancay Mortuary Population from Marquez Peru: A First Approximation., Christian McPherson and Richard C. Sutter

Dentally Derived Biodistance Analysis of the Middle Horizon and Late Intermediate Mortuary Sample from Cerro del Oro, Coastal Canete Valley, Peru, Sara Miller and Richard C. Sutter

Better Living Through Medication: An Analysis of Direct-to-Consumer Television Advertising of Prescription Drugs, Harold L. Odden

Better Living Through Medication: An Analysis of the Cultural Construction of Health in Direct-To-Consumer Pharmaceutical Advertisements, Harold L. Odden

Ethnopsychologies and Children's Theory of Mind: Finding Common Ground Between Anthropology, Psychology, and Neuroscience, Harold L. Odden

How does Culture Get under the Skin?: Processes of Cultural Learning of Hierarchy in Samoa, Harold L. Odden

Responses of Huastecan Nahua Religion to Globalization and the Protestant Invasion, Alan Sandstrom

The Long and the Short of Conducting Ethnographic Research Among the Nahua of Northern Veracruz, Mexico, Alan R. Sandstrom and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom

Water Mountains and Blood Sacrifice in Contemporary Nahua Religion, Alan R. Sandstrom and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom

Becoming Chiribaya (AD 900-1350): An Example of Post-Tiwanaku Ethnogenesis in the Moquegua Valley, Richard C. Sutter

Relations Among Terminal Middle Horizon (AD 750-1150) Mortuary Populations of the Middle Moquegua Valley, Peru: A Bioarchaeological Perspective, Richard C. Sutter and N. Sharratt

Producing Multiscalar Data on Falls Mississippian Settlement Practices with Informatics and Outreach, Joshua Wells, Robert McCullough, and Craig Arnold

Submissions from 2007

Students at the Center: Still a Focus, Gregory L. Anderson and William W. Baden

Archaeology and Geophysics, a Symbiotic Survey of Site 12Hu1226, Scott Hipskind

Representing the Religious and the Secular, Douglas Kline

Ensemble Computing in Agent-Based Modeling for Transcending Paradigmatic Boundaries in Decision Theory: Understanding Tribal Politics, Lawrence A. Kuznar

Predicting Risky Behavior in Tribal Societies: Validating Decision Paradigms and Exploring Models, Lawrence A. Kuznar

The Use of Computer Modeling for Overcoming the Limits of Formalization, Lawrence A. Kuznar

A Comparison of Adolescent Puberty Rites and College Athletic Initiations, Lawrence A. Kuznar and Christine Kuznar

Castor Phase Peoples of Central Indiana, Robert McCullough

Oneota in Central Indiana: Two 14th Century Expressions on the Eastern Periphery, Robert McCullough

On the Northeastern Missippian Frontier: Investigations at the Prather Site (12CL4), Clark County, Indiana, Robert McCullough, C. Russell Stafford, and Cheryl Munson

Three Years of Geophysical Archaeology at Strawtown, Indiana: An Overview of Archaeological and Educational Results from a National Science Foundation Sponsored Research Experience for Undergraduates, Robert McCullough, Michael Strezewski, Joshua Wells, and Andrew White

Dynamics of Temperament, Culture and Parenting: The Development of Interpersonal Assertiveness in Samoan Children, Harold L. Odden

Nonmetric Dental Variation Among Prehistoric Andeans, Richard C. Sutter

Post-Tiwanaku Ethnogenesis in the Coastal Moquegua Valley, Peru: Becoming Chiribaya (AD 900-1350), Richard C. Sutter

Ongoing Archaeological Research and Outreach in Clark County, Indiana, Joshua Wells

When the Corn Mothers Came to Stay: Stable Isotopes and Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Maize Consumption and Cahokian Diffusion in Early Mississippian Indiana, Joshua Wells and Carlina de la Cova