Our students publish the results of their research in a variety of peer-reviewed journals, edited volumes, and books. Here are a few of the publications by the graduate students in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Anthropology.
Publications for 2022
Grogan, David. 2022. “The Narrative's Narrative: The Dig, the Past, and Us.” The SAA Archaeological Record.
Publications for 2021
Nkwi, Paul Nchoji, and Ivoline Kefen Budji. 2021. From Handmaiden of Colonialism to Esteemed Discipline: Professor Paul Nchoji Nkwi on the Reinvention of Anthropology in Africa (Paul Nchoji Nkwi in conversation with Ivoline Kefen Budji). Bamenda: Langaa RPCIG
- Grogan, David. 2021. “The Narrative's Narrative: The Dig, the Past, and Us.” The SAA Archaeological Record. Forthcoming.
Reese, Kelsey M. 2021. Deep learning artificial neural networks for non-destructive archaeological site dating. Journal of Archaeological Science 132: 105413.
Casana, Jesse, Elise J. Laugier, Austin Chad Hill, Kelsey M. Reese, Carolin Ferweda, Mark D. McCoy, and Thegn Ladefoged. 2021. Exploring archaeological landscapes using drone-acquired lidar: Case studies from Hawai’i, Colorado, and New Hampshire, USA. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. 39: 103133.
Carrie C. Heitman and Sean Field. “The Impact of Digital Data Ecosystems on Our Understanding of the Greater Chacoan Cultural Landscape: Assessing Geospatial Information, Remote Sensing, and Aggregating Roads Data.” In The Greater Chaco Landscape: Ancestors, Scholarship, and Advocacy edited by Ruth Van Dyke and Carrie Heitman.
Richard Marcantonio, Debra Javeline, Sean Field, and Augustine Fuentes. “Global distribution and coincidence of pollution, climate impacts, and health risk in the Anthropocene” PLOS One, 16(7):e0254060. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0254060
Publications for 2020
- Budji, Ivoline Kefen. 2020. “Utilizing Sounds of Mourning as Protest and Activism: The 2019 Northwestern Women’s Lamentation March Within the Anglophone Crisis in Cameroon.” Resonance: The Journal of Sound and Culture 1(4): 443-461.
- Jankovic-Rankovic, J., Oka, RC, Meyer, JS, Gettler, LT. “Forced migration experiences, mental well-being, and nail cortisol among recently settled refugees in Serbia.” Social Science&Medicine.
- Dailey, Jessica. 2020. “Contemporary Midwifery and Idealized Social Memory of Pre-Medicalized Birth: What’s Old is Not-Quite-New-Again.” Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health. In Press.
- Gettler, LT, Lew-Levy, S, Sarma, MS, Boyette, AH. Under Review. When sharing is caring: Testosterone, fathering, and generosity among BaYaka foragers of the Congo Basin. Nature Scientific Reports.
- Marino, Elizabeth, Joyce Rivera-Gonzalez, Mara Benadusi, Alexa Dietrich, Mo Hamza, Alessandra Jerolleman, and Adam Koons. In Press. “Covid-19 and All the Things That Kill Us: Research Ethics in the Time of Pandemic.” Practicing Anthropology. Invited Special Issue.
- Marcantonio, R. A. and Fuentes, A. 2020. A Clear Past and a Murky Future: Life in the Anthropocene on the Pampana River, Sierra Leone. Land. Vol. 9 (3) p. E72.
Richard Marcantonio, Sean Field, Papanie Bai Sesay, and Gary Lamberti. “Identifying Toxic Pollution Risk from Precious Metal Mining in Sierra Leone, Africa” Regional Environmental Change, 21(2):1-12. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-020-01731-5
Richard Marcantonio, Sean Field, and Patrick Reagan. “Toxicity Travels in a Changing Climate”. Environmental Science and Policy, 114:560-569. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envsci.2020.09.029
- Bolten, C. and Marcantonio, R. A. Under review. The Paradox of Planning: “Development” and the Uncertainty of Ideal Family Size in Rural Sierra Leone. African Studies Review
- Oluoch-Iridi, Jackline, Vania Smith-Oka and Jessica Dailey. Under review. “Making Dignified Care the Norm: Examining Obstetric Violence and Reproductive Justice in Kenya.” In The Routledge Handbook of Anthropology and Reproduction, edited by Sallie Han and Cecilia Tomori.
- Reese, Kelsey M. 2020. Check dam agriculture on the Mesa Verde Cuesta. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 31: 102372.
- Sarma, MS, Boyette, AH, Lew-Levy, S, Miegakanda, V, Samson, D, Kilius, E, Gettler, LT. In Press. Sex differences in daily activity intensity and energy expenditure and their relationship to cortisol among BaYaka foragers from the Congo Basin. American Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Publications for 2019
- Hook, Kristina. 2019. “Holistic Healing: A Case for Integrating Trauma Recovery and Peacebuilding.” In Healing and Peacebuilding after War: Transforming Trauma in Bosnia and Herzegovnia, edited by Julianne Funk, Nancy Good, and Marie Berry. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. Forthcoming.
- Hurd, K., Shertukde, S., Toia, T., Trujillo, A., Pérez, R., Larom, D., Love, J., & Liu, C. 2019. “The Cultural Importance of Edible Insects in Oaxaca, Mexico.” Annals of the Entomological Society of America, saz018: 1-8. Invited Special Issue.
- Sean Field, Carrie Heitman, and Heather Richards-Rissetto. “A Least Cost Analysis: Correlative Modeling of the Chaco Regional Road System.” Journal of Computer Applications in Archaeology, 2(1):136–150. DOI: https://doi.org/10.5334/jcaa.36
- Richard Marcantonio, Sean Field, and Patrick Reagan. “Toxic Trajectories Under Future Climate Conditions”. PLOS One, 14(12):e0226958.DOI: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0226958
- Marcantonio, R. A. 2019. Water, Anxiety, and the Human Niche: A study in Southern Province, Zambia. Climate and Development. Vol. 11 (4) p. 1-13
- Marcantonio, R. A. and Bolten, C. 2019. Farmers Facing Climate Change in Southern Zambia. Journal of Transdisciplinary Peace Praxis. Vol. 1 (1) p. 61-84.
- Reese, Kelsey M., Donna M. Glowacki, and Timothy A. Kohler. 2019. Dynamic Communities on the Mesa Verde Cuesta. American Antiquity 84(4): 728-747.
- Saiyed, S. T., Hopper, L. M., & Cronin, K. A. 2019. “Evaluating the Behavior and Temperament of African Penguins in a Non-Contact Animal Encounter Program.” Animals, 9(6), 326.
Publications for 2018
- Cortez, Amanda D. and Agustin Fuentes. 2018. “Of Primates Bodies: Forms of Human-Other Primate Intercorporeality.” in Exploring Animal Encounters: Philosophical, Cultural, and Historical Perspectives. Palgrave Studies in Animals in Literature, Dominik Ohrem and Matthew Calarco (eds.), London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Hook, Kristina. 2018. “Forecasting Policy Trends.” Anthropology News, 59(4).
- Hook, Kristina. 2018. “The Holodomor and the Russian-Ukrainian Conflict: History Repeating?” University of Minnesota’s Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies Blog, Invited Post, 19 February 2018.
- Hurd, Kayla J. 2018. “Fear and Food, Two Extremes of Human-Insect Relations.” Anthropology News, August 2, 2018. DOI: 10.1111/AN.937
- Lederach, Angela J. Accepted. “Youth Provoking Peace: An Intersectional Approach to Territorial Peacebuilding in Colombia. Peacebuilding.
- Marcantonio, R. A., Attari, S. A., and Evans, T. 2018. “Farmer Perceptions of Conflict Related to Water in Zambia” Sustainability, 10(2), 313.
- Marcantonio, R.A. 2018. “Water insecurity, illness and other factors of everyday life: A case study from Choma District, Southern Province, Zambia” Water SA, 44(4).
- Blum, Susan D, and Todd Patrick Marek. In development. East Asian Linguistic Diversity and Pluralism. In International Encyclopedia of Linguistic Anthropology, James Stanlaw, general editor. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley. To be submitted December 2018. Expected publication 2018/2019.
- Marek, Todd Patrick. Forthcoming. Crafting a Tibetan Psychology. In Buddhism & Medicine: Vol 2: Modern and Contemporary Voices. C.P. Salguero, ed. Vol. 2. New York: Columbia University Press. Expected publication 2018-2019.
- Marek, Todd Patrick. Forthcoming. Crafting a Tibetan Psychology. In Buddhism & Medicine: Vol 2: Modern and Contemporary Voices. C.P. Salguero, ed. Vol. 2. New York: Columbia University Press. Expected publication 2018-2019.
- Peterson, J.V., Thornburg, A.M., Kissel, M., Ball, C., and Fuentes, A. (2018). Semiotic Mechanisms Underlying Niche Construction. Semiotic Aspects of the Extended Synthesis, special issue of Biosemiotics, edited by Andrew Winters.
- Smith-Oka, Vania and Rokhideh, Maryam. 2018. Social Support and Social Suffering: Uterine Health and Isihuayo Among Indigenous Women in Mexico. In Maternal Health in Pregnancy-Related Morbidity and Death Among Indigenous Women of Mexico & Central America: An Anthropological, Epidemiological and Biomedical Approach.
- Saiyed ST, Liubicich RC, Fidino M, Ross SR. 2018. “Stillbirth rates across three ape species in accredited American zoos”. American Journal of Primatology, 80(6):e22870.
- Kuo, PX, Braungart-Rieker, JM, Lefever, JEB, Sarma, MS, O’Neill, MS, Gettler, LT. 2018. Fathers’ cortisol and testosterone in the days around infants’ births predict later paternal involvement. Hormones and Behavior.
- Sarma, MS, Gettler, LT, Childs, G, Quinn, EA. 2018. When women work: Endocrine reactivity in women during everyday physical activity at high altitude. Am J Hum Biol.
- Sarma, MS, Kuo, PX, Bechayda, SA, Kuzawa, CW, Gettler, LT. 2018. Exploring the links between early life and young adulthood social experiences and men’s later life paternal psychobiology. Physiol Behav.
- Thornburg, Ann Marie. 2018. “Between Encounter and Release: Animal Presences in Two Contemporary American Poems.” in What Is Zoopoetics? Texts, Bodies, Entanglements. Palgrave Studies in Animals in Literature, Kari Driscoll and Eva Hoffman (eds.), London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Thornburg, Ann Marie. 2018. “Dog.” Anthropocene Unseen: A Lexicon. Cymene Howe and Anand Pandian (eds.). Brooklyn: Punctum Books.
Publications for 2017
- Bursalı, Ayşe, Özbal, R., Baysal, E., Özbal, H., Yağcı, B. 2017. “Neolithic Blue Beads in Northwest Turkey: the Social Significance of Skeuomorphism” Selected Papers in Ancient Art and Architecture vol. 3: Dress and Identity. 123 – 141. Archaeological Institute of America.
- Bursalı, Ayşe, Özbal, H., Özbal, R., Şimşek, G., Yağcı, B., Yılmaz-Akkaya, C., Baysal, E. 2017. “Investigating the Source of Blue Color in Neolithic Beads from Barcın Höyük, NW Turkey”, Proceedings of the conference The Exploitation of Raw Materials in Prehistory. Sourcing, Processing and Distribution. 492 – 505. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
- Field, Sean, Matthew Waite, and LuAnn Wandsnider. The Utility of UAVS for Archaeological Surface Survey: A Comparative Study. The Journal of Archaeological Science:Reports 13:577-582.
- Heitman, Carrie, and Sean Field. Geospatial Data, Remote Sensing, and Understanding Chacoan Roads Data. In Recent Efforts to Research, Preserve, and Protect the Greater Chaco Landscape, Edited by Paul F. Reed. Archaeology Southwest.
- Finnigan, Patrick and VanderVeen, James. 2017. “A Misplaced Neighborhood: Investigating the People and Structures Missing From the West Washington District, South Bend, Indiana.” Indiana Archaeology. Vol. 12(2): pp.102-123.
- Hook, Kristina. 2017. “Holistic Healing: A Case for Integrating Trauma Recovery and Peacebuilding.” In, Unhealed Trauma: Engaging Healing and Peacebuilding in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Julianne Funk and Nancy Good, eds. Sarajevo: TPO Foundation Publishers. Page 43-60.
- Also published in Bosnian as: Hook, Kristina. 2017. “Holističko liječenje: argumenti u korist spajanja procesa oporavka od traume i izgradnje mira.” Neizliječena trauma: Rad na ozdravljenju i izgradnji mira u BiH. Julianne Funk & Nancy Good, urednice. Sarajevo: TPO Fondacija. 43-60.
- Lederach, Angela J. 2017. “The Campesino was Born for the Campo”: A Multispecies Approach to Territorial Peace in Colombia. American Anthropologist 119(4): 589-602
- Lederach, Angela J. September 19, 2017. El verdadero reto del ñame con el que no pudo MinAgricultura (The Failure of the Ministry of Agriculture to Address the Real Challenge of the Yam Crisis) Semana Rural.
- Lederach, Angela J. September 15, 2017. A Letter from Colombia in the Aftermath of Charlottesville. American Anthropological Association Blog
- Marcantonio, Richard. 2017. “Peace, Conflict, and Happiness.” International Journal on World Peace, 34(2): 77-100.
- Marek, Todd Patrick, and Charles Jamyang Oliphant of Rossie. 2017. Treating Disorders of the Subtle Winds in Tibetan Buddhism. In Buddhism & Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources. C.P. Salguero, ed. Pp. 728. New York: Columbia University Press.
- Peterson, Jeffrey V. 2017. “Primates in World Religions.” In The International Encyclopedia of Primatology, v. III P-Z, A. Fuentes (Ed.) Pp. 1171-1177. Wiley.
- Peterson, Jeffrey V. 2017. “Tri Hita Karana.” In The International Encyclopedia of Primatology, v. III P-Z, A. Fuentes (Ed.) Pp. 1398-1400. Wiley.
- Peterson, Jeffrey V., & Riley, Erin P. 2017. “Sacred Monkeys?: An Ethnographic Perspective on Macaque Sacredness in Balinese Hinduism.” In Ethnoprimatology: A Practical Guide to Research on the Human-Nonhuman Primate Interface, K. Dore, E. P. Riley & A. Fuentes (Eds.) Pp. 206-218. Cambridge University Press.
- Peterson, Jeffrey V. 2017. “Semiotic Communication in Nonhuman Primates.” In Making Sense of Language: Readings in Culture and Communication, S. Blum (Ed.) Pp. 37-42. Oxford University Press.
- Fuentes, Agustin, Kissel, Marc, Peterson, Jeffrey V. 2017. “Semiose in der Evolution von Primaten und Menschen.” In Geschaffen nach ihrer Art: Was unterscheidet Tiere und Menschen?, Ulrich Beuttler, Hansjörg Hemminger, Markus Mühling, Martin Rothgangel (Eds.) Jahrbuch Karl-Heim-Gesellschaft 30, Frankfurt/M.: Verlag Peter Lang
- Prince-Buitenhuys, Julia R., Heather L. MacInnes, Colleen F. Milligan, and Eric J. Bartelink. 2017. An Exploration of Skeletal Evidence of Injury Recidivism in Cases of Transients from Northern California. In Broken Bones, Broken Bodies: Bioarchaeological and Forensic Approaches for Accumulative Trauma and Violence, Caryn Tetgymyer and Debra Martin (Eds.). Lexington Books.
- Bartelink, Eric J., Gregory E. Berg, Lesley A. Chesson, Brett J. Tipple, Melanie M. Beasley, Julia R. Prince-Buitenhuys, Heather MacInnes, Amy T. MacKinnon, and Krista Latham. 2017. Applications of Stable Isotope Forensics for Geolocating Unidentified Human Remains From Past Conflict Situations and Large-Scale Humanitarian Efforts. In New Perspectives in Forensic Human Skeletal Identification, Eric J. Bartelink, Krista Latham, and Michael Finnegan (Eds.). Pp. 175-184. Academic Press.
- Rokhideh, Maryam. 2017. Peacebuilding and Psychosocial Intervention: The Critical Need to Address Everyday Post-Conflict Experiences in Northern Uganda. Intervention: Journal of Mental Health and Psychosocial Support in Conflict Affected Areas. 17(3): 215-229.
- Gettler, LT, Sarma, MS, Gengo, RG, Oka, RC, McKenna, JJ. 2017. Adiposity, CVD risk factors, and testosterone: variation by partnering status and residence with children in U.S. men. Evolution, Medicine, and Public Health.
- Gettler, LT, Sarma, MS. 2017. On the Origins of Dad Bod. Oxford University Press Blog. Retrieved from https://blog.oup.com/2017/04/origins-dad-bod/
Publications for 2016
- Baysal, Emma and Ayşe Bursalı. 2016. “First evil eye? The manufacture and use of blue beads in the Neolithic,” PAST - The Newsletter of the Prehistoric Society, Spring, issue 82
- Cortez, Amanda, D’Shaun, Isis., Rokhideh, Maryam, Sarma, Mallika. The Other Scholars: Thinking About Knowledge Reproduction in Anthropology. Anthropology News
- Fuentes, Agustin, Cortez, Amanda C., & Peterson, Jeffrey V. 2016. “Ethnoprimatology and Conservation: Applying Insights and Developing Practice.” In Ethnoprimatology: Primate Conservation in the 21st Century. Developments in Primatology: Progress and Prospects Series Michel Waller (Ed.) Pp. 1-19. Springer.
- Lederach, Angela J. 2016. “Reflexivity, Responsibility, and Reciprocity: Guiding Principles for Ethical Peace Research.” International Journal of Conflict Engagement and Resolution 4(1): 104-124.
- Lederach, Angela J. September 20, 2016. “The Long Road Ahead: Social Movement Activism and Prospects for Peace in Colombia.” Mobilizing Ideas. Center for the Study of Social Movements, University of Notre Dame.
- Marcantonio, Richard. 2016. “The Okavango River Basin Agreement: an analysis.” African Geographical Review. 35(3): 227-246.
- Lame, Marc and Richard Marcantonio. 2016. “Message to Trump and state governors: Stop the war on the environment”. The Hill.
- Peterson, Jeffrey V. 2016. “Deception in Alloanimal Behavior.” Semiotics 2015: Virtual Identities. VI. Identity of Biosemiotic Agents: 215-222.
- Bartelink, Eric J., Amy T. McKinnon, Julia R. Prince-Buitenhuys, Lesley Chesson, and Brett Tipple. 2016. Isotope Forensics as an Investigative Tool in Forensic Anthropology. In Handbook of Missing Persons, Stephen J. Morewitz and Caroline Sturdy Colls (Eds.). Pp. 443-462. Springer Press.
Publications for 2015
- Gilbert, Arthur N. and Kristina Hook. 2015. “South African Springtime, Rwandan Winter: Why April 1994 Illuminates the Limitations of Political Analyses in Predicting Genocide.” Air and Space Power Journal: Africa and Francophonie, 6(3): 49-65.
- Also published in French as: Gilbert, Arthur N. and Kristina Hook. 2015. “Printemps sud-africain, hiver rwandais: Pourquoi avril 1994 éclaire les limites de l’analyse politique quand il s’agit de prédire un génocide.” Air and Space Power Journal, Afrique et Francophonie, 6(3): 54-71.
- Hook, Kristina. 2015. “Peace of Mind, Health of Body: Why the Correlation of Food Security, Physical Health, and Mental Wellbeing Holds Important Implications for Humanitarian Actors.” The Journal of Humanitarian Assistance, January 2015.
- Beteul, A. and Jankovic, Jelena, “Strength Through Diversity: Five Cases of Local and State Level Coalition Success.” Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, January 2015.
- Lederach, Angela J. 2015. Mothers at the Tree of Frustration: Locating Healing in Liberia. In Gender and Peacebuilding: All Hands Required, edited by Maureen P. Flaherty, Sean Byrne, Hamdesa Tuso, and Thomas G. Matyók, 53-69. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
- Marcantonio, Richard. 2015. “Military and Environmental Management: A comparative look”. Journal of Environmental Management Arizona. 13(1): 6-8.
- Peterson, Jeffrey V., Riley, E. P., and Oka, N. P. 2015. “Macaques and the Ritual Production of Sacredness Among Balinese Transmigrants in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.” American Anthropologist, 117(1): 71-85.
Publications for 2014
- Kohler, Timothy A., and Kelsey M. Reese. 2014. “Long and spatially variable Neolithic Demographic Transition in the North American Southwest.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111(28): 10101–10106.
- Rodrigues, Patricia F. L, 2014. Cerâmicas Pleno-medievais do Morro da Sé de Viseu, Estudos de Cerâmica Medieval. O Norte e Centro de Portugal - Séculos IX a XII. Institute for Medieval Studies at the Nova University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal.
- Rokhideh, Maryam. 2014. The River of Humanity: The Life and Peacebuilding Work of Sabiha Husic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Women PeaceMakers Program, Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace & Justice, University of San Diego.
- Sarma, MS, Clerkin, C. 2014. Becoming superhuman: Is it all in your mind? Retrieved from http://www.in-mind.org/blog/post/becoming-superhuman-is-it-all-in-your-mind.
- Publications for 2013 and earlier
- Hook, Kristina. 2008. “Challenges in Language Revival: A Comparison of Revival Movements in Ireland and Israel.” The University of Florida International Review, Spring 2008.
- Hook, Kristina. 2012. “Rising from the Wreckage: Lessons Learned from the 2010 Haitian Earthquake Response.” The Applied Anthropologist, 32(2): 20-26.
- Hook, Kristina. 2013. “The Cost of Conflict: Understanding the Ramifications of Internal Warfare.” Beyond Intractability, March 2013. Eds. Guy and Heidi Burgess. Conflict Information Consortium, University of Colorado, Boulder.
- Hook, Kristina. 2013. “The Coordination Quandary: Applications and Implications of Post-Conflict Coordination Principles.” Beyond Intractability, March 2013. Eds. Guy and Heidi Burgess. Conflict Information Consortium, University of Colorado, Boulder.
- Hook, Kristina. 2013. “Rehabilitating the Responders: The Role of a Post-Conflict Directory in Improving Coordination.” Beyond Intractability, March 2013. Eds. Guy and Heidi Burgess. Conflict Information Consortium, University of Colorado, Boulder.
- Hook, Kristina. 2013. “Substantiating the Claim: Establishing the Effectiveness of a Post-Conflict Directory.” Beyond Intractability, March 2013. Eds. Guy and Heidi Burgess. Conflict Information Consortium, University of Colorado, Boulder.
- Gilbert, Arthur N. and Kristina Hook. 2013. “War as the Key to Unlocking Mass Murder: The Rwandan Genocide Revisited.” Air and Space Power Journal- Africa and Francophonie, 4(4): 57-79.
- Also published in French as: Gilbert, Arthur N. and Kristina Hook. 2013. “La guerre comme clé de la libération du potentiel d'atrocités massives: Un réexamen du génocide rwandais.” Air and Space
- Power Journal, Afrique et Francophonie, 4(4): 57-79.
- Lederach, John Paul and Angela J. Lederach. 2012. Let Us Talk: African Contributions to Peacebuilding. In Building Peace from Within: An Examination of Community-Based Peacebuilding and Transitions in Africa, edited by Sylvester B. Maphosa, Laura DeLuca, and Alphonse Keasley, 36-53. Pretoria, South Africa: Africa Institute of South Africa (AISA).
- Lederach, John Paul and Angela J. Lederach. 2010. When Blood and Bones Cry Out: Journeys Through the Soundscape of Healing and Reconciliation. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Martin, John A, Steven Weller, David A. Price, Angie Lederach and Jeff Yoder. October 2, 2012. What Does the Intersection of Language, Culture and Immigration Status Mean for Limited English Proficiency Assistance in the State Courts? Washington, D.C.: State Justice Institute.
- Lederach, Angela. August 21, 2012. “Why Peace Has a Foothold in the Philippines.” Christian Science Monitor.
- Lederach, Angela J. and Claire Putzeys. June 25, 2007. “Sierra Leone Must Care for War-Crimes Victims.” Christian Science Monitor.
- Peterson, Jeffrey V., & Riley, Erin P. 2012. “Monyet Yang Dihargai, Monyet Yang Dibenci: The
- Human-Macaque Interface in Indonesia.” In , The Macaque Connection: Cooperation and Conflict Between Humans and Macaques S. Radhakrishna, M. A. Huffman & A. Sinha
- (Eds.) Pp. 149-166. Springer.
- Polk, John D., Williams, Scott A., Peterson, Jeffrey V., Roseman, Charles, & Godfrey, Laurie R. 2010. “Subchondral Bone Apparent Density and Locomotor Behavior in Extant Primates and Subfossil Lemurs Hadropithecus and Pachylemur.” International Journal of Primatology, 31(2): 275-299.
- Polk, John D., Williams, Scott A., & Peterson, Jeffrey V. 2009. “Body Size and Joint Posture in Primates.” American Journal of Physical Anthropology, 140: 359-67.
- Rodrigues, Patrícia F. L. 2012 Cerâmicas Medievais do Morro da Sé de Viseu: Fossas-lixeira do Pátio do Museu Grão Vasco. University of Coimbra, Portugal.
- Rokhideh, Maryam. 2013. Building Relationships Through Business: The Potential of Micro, Small, and Medium-Scale Enterprises (MSMEs) in Promoting Coexistence and Social Cohesion among Different Ethnic Groups in Uganda. London: International Alert.
- Rokhideh, Maryam. 2013. Reinforcing Community Activism and Intergenerational Bridges for Women’s Rights and Equality in Sudan: A Guide on Community Activism. Kampala: Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa.
- Rokhideh, Maryam. 2013. Reinforcing Community Activism and Intergenerational Bridges for Women’s Rights and Equality in South Sudan: A Guide on Community Activism. Kampala: Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa.
- Rokhideh, Maryam. 2013. Reinforcing Community Activism and Intergenerational Bridges for Women’s Rights and Equality in Somaliland: A Guide on Community Activism. Kampala: Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa.
- Rokhideh, Maryam. 2013. Reinforcing Community Activism and Intergenerational Bridges for Women’s Rights and Equality in Ethiopia: A Guide on Community Activism. Kampala: The Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa.
- Dean, E., Koenig, G., Montgomery, S., Rokhideh, Maryam, Wopschall, P. 2010. Security, Political Elections, and Blood Diamonds in West Africa. Peace and Justice Update, double issue 25(1).
- Dean, E., Koenig, G., Montgomery, S., Rokhideh, Maryam, Wopschall, P. 2010. Security, Political Elections, and Blood Diamonds in West Africa. Peace and Justice Update, double issue 25(2). Peacekeeping, ICC, and Resources in Sudan, Uganda, and West Africa.