Submissions from 2020


Inclusive Comparisons for Undergraduates in Archaeology: Representation and Diversity in and Beyond the Classroom, Olivia Navarro-Farr


Science 101: Teaching Scientific Anthropology in the Age of “Alternative” Facts, Olivia Navarro-Farr


Ancient Maya Queenship: Generations of Crafting State Politics and Alliance Building from Kaanul to Waka', Olivia Navarro-Farr, Keith Eppich, David A. Freidel, and Griselda Perez Robles


Expanding the canon: Lady K'abel the Ix Kaloomte ’ and the political narratives of classic Maya Queens, Olivia Navarro-Farr, Mary Kate Kelly, Michelle Rich, and Griselda Pérez Robles

Submissions from 2016


Piracy in a Contested Periphery: Incorporation and the Emergence of the Modern World-System in the Colonial Atlantic Frontier, P. Nick Kardulias and Emily N. Butcher

Submissions from 2013


Fitting In: Archaeology and Community in Athienou, Cyprus, P. Nick Kardulias

Submissions from 2011

World-Systems Analysis and Archaeology: Continuing the Dialogue, T. D. Hall, P. Nicholas Kardulias, and C. Chase-Dunn

Submissions from 2010

The Facts and fictions of Rockshelter Function, Nigel Brush, P. Nicholas Kardulias, and S. Donaldson

World Systems Theory, P. Nicholas Kardulias