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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Turkeys befriend a girl: turkey husbandry, ceremonialism, and tales of resistance during the Pueblo Revolt era 2022 American antiquity 87 (1): 18-41
  • Lynda D. McNeil
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-] 0002-7316
Hopi carver: Ryan Gashweseoma 2021 First American art magazine 31 (Summer): 56-61
  • Michelle J. Lanteri interv
  • Ryan Gashweseoma
H6/KUB [FIRST-] 2333-5548
Shalako Maiden Kachina 2020 Whispering wind 48 (1): 22-3
  • Glenn White
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-] 0300-6565
From the roots 2020 Native American art 25 (February/March): 108-13
  • Joshua Rose
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
Spirit beings 2019 Native American art 22 (August): 138-44
  • Barry Walsh
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
The Hopi and their world of spirits 2018 Native American art 13 (): 90-5
  • Patsy Lowry
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
Deciphering Katsina: how to identify vintage katsina dolls 2018 Native American art 13 (): 58-65
  • Mark Sublette
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
Decades of Katsina dolls 2018 Native American art 13 (): 66-73
  • Debra Utacia Krol
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
Turning the power: the life and Katsinam of Wilson Tawaquaptewa 2018 Native American art 13 (): 74-7
  • Barry Walsh
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
Dramatic evolutions: the transformations of Manuel Denet Chavarria 2018 Native American art 13 (): 78-83
  • Barry Walsh
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
Katsina buying 101 2018 Native American art 13 (): 84-9
  • James Barajas
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
Mavasta Honyouti, Hopi woodcarver 2018 First American art magazine 20 (): 62-7
  • Mavasta Honyouti
  • Stacy Pratt interv
H6/KUB [FIRST-] 2333-5548
Chaco facial designs 2018 Archaeology Southwest 32 (2/3): 40
  • Jill E. Neitzel
H6/KE [ARCHAEOLOGY-] 1523-0546
From this day forward I am your way of life: the capitan icon on Rio Grande glaze wares in the southwestern Unites States (AD 1300-1700) 2018 Journal of the Southwest 60 (3): 699-752
  • Michael Mathiowetz
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-] 0894-8410
The complex genius. Exploring the life and work of Hopi katsina carver James Kootshongsie 2017 Native American art February/March (): 72-7
  • Barry Walsh
H6/KUB [NATIVE-] 2469-6137
A historical continuum: the portraits of Brian Honyouti 2016 First American art magazine 10 (): 32-7
  • Zena Pearlstone
H6/KUB [FIRST-] 2333-5548
The darts of dawn: the Tlahuizcalpantecuhtli Venus complex in the iconography of Mesoamerica and the American Southwest 2015 Journal of the Southwest 57 (1): 1-102
  • Jeremy Coltman
  • Karl Taube
  • Michael Mathiowetz
  • Polly Schaafsma
*H6/KUB [JOURNAL-] 0894-8410
The Mickey Mouse kachina and other "double objects": hybridity in the material culture of colonial encounters 2015 Journal of social archaeology 15 (3): 319-41
  • Matthew Liebmann
H6/KE [JOURNAL-] 1469-6053
Dancing spirits: selected illustrations from "Hopi Katcinas drawn by Native artists" 2014 Tribal art 18 (2): 140-9
  • Winfield Coleman
*H6/KFY [WORLD-] 1354-2990
Katsina in Hopi life 2013 Tribal art 67 (): 60-5
  • Kim Walters
  • Paige Bandolph
  • Susan Secakuku
*H6/KFY [WORLD-] 1354-2990
Tracing the makers: case study on kachina dolls labeled 'Hopi' in Japanese ethnological museums 2013 Bulletin of the National Museum of Ethnology (Osaka) 37 (4): 495-633
  • Atsunori Ito
H6 [OSAKA-] 0385-180X
The buffalo dancer: a Southwest Pueblo cultural glimpse 2012 Whispering wind 40 (6): 23-5
  • Mike Kostelnik
*H6/KUB [WHISPERING-] 0300-6565
The James T. Bialac Native American Art collection at the Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art 2012 American Indian art magazine 38 (1): 34-45
  • Mark Andrew White
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-] 0192-9968
Hopi doll look-alikes: an extended definition of inauthenticity 2011 American Indian quarterly 35 (4): 579-608
  • Zena Pearlstone
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-] 0095-182X
Max Ernst in Arizona: myths, mimesis, and the hysterical landscape 2010 Res (57-58): 209-28
  • Samantha Kavky
*H6 [RES-] 0277-1322
Looking westward: Max Ernst among the Indians of Arizona 2010 Arts & cultures (): 76-99
  • Sigrid Metken
*H6/KFY [ARTS-] ONLY ISBN
Star Trek: recovery and review of the first alleged supernova rock art 2010 Archaeoastronomy 23 (): 35-43
  • E.C. Krupp
  • Evelyn Billo
  • Robert Mark
*H6/KE [ARCHAEOASTRONOMY-] 0190-9940
Prehistory and the traditions of the O'Odham and Hopi 2009 Kiva 75 (2): 239-59
  • Lynn S. Teague
*H6/KE [KIVA-] 0023-1940
Nuvatukya'ovi, San Francisco Peaks: balancing Western economies with Native American spiritualities 2009 Current anthropology 50 (4): 547-61
  • Dorothy Washburn
  • Justin Richland
  • Maria Glowacka
H6 [CURRENT-] 0011-3204
Father Christmas on the pyre 2008 Maguaré 22 (): 21-42
  • Claude Lévi-Strauss
H6/KUL [MAGUARE-] 0120-3045
Hopi Katsina: the 20th century art history of a society of carvers 2008 American Indian NMAI 9 (4): 24-8, 30-2
  • Gregory Schaaf
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-] 1528-0640
Tsakurshovi: the little shop that did 2006 American Indian art magazine 32 (1): 58-65, 92-3
  • Zena Pearlstone
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-] 0192-9968
Creating the Codex Hopiensis: Jesse Walter Fewkes and Hopi artists 1899-1900 2006 American Indian art magazine 31 (4): 70-83, 120
  • Marit K. Munson
*H6/KUB [AMERICAN-] 0192-9968
Mimetic rituals of child sacrifice in the Hopi Kachina cult 2002 Journal of the Southwest 44 (3): 337-56
  • Susan E. James
0894-8410
Late Pueblo iconography in the petrified forest rock art: implications for the origin and development of the kachina cult? 1994 American Indian rock art 21 (3): 261-72
  • Jeffery F. Burton
H6/KUB [AMERICAN INDIAN ROCK ART-]
Corn maidens in Anasazi rock art 1993 American Indian rock art 12 (): 123-31
  • James R. Harris
An analysis of rock art at Petrified Forest National Park 1985 Rock art papers 2 (18): 73-82
  • Richard J. Martynec
H6/KUB [SAN DIEGO. Museum papers]
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