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This table lists the various scholarly activities by Queens College faculty dating back to 2008.  Use the options below to filter by year, academic department, category, or faculty name.  You may also search for a faculty name or description by using the Keyword search box.
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2008AnthropologyBook, Chapter or IntroductionBauer, AlexanderA. A. Bauer. (2008 in press b) Cultural Property, Ethics, and Law in International Context, in World Archaeological Congress (WAC) Handbook on Postcolonialism and Archaeology, U. Rizvi and J. Lydon, eds. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.
2008AnthropologyBook, Chapter or IntroductionBauer, AlexanderA. A. Bauer (2008b). Heritage Preservation in Law and Policy: Handling the Double Edged Sword of Development, in Cultural Heritage and Sustainable Development in the Arab World, Fekri Hassan, ed. Alexandria: Bibliotheca Alexandrina.
2008AnthropologyBook, Chapter or IntroductionBauer, AlexanderA. A. Bauer (2008a). Import, Imitation, and Communication: Pottery Style, Technology, and Coastal Contact in the Early Bronze Age Black Sea, in Import and Imitation: Methodical and Practical Problems with an Archaeological Key Concept, P. Biehl and Y. Rassamakin, eds., pp. 89-104. Schriften des Zentrums für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte des Schwarzmeerraumes Band 11. Beier & Beran: Langenweißbach.
2008AnthropologyJournal Article or PatentBauer, AlexanderA. A. Bauer. (2008 in press a) The Terroir of Culture: Long-term History, Heritage Preservation, and the Specificities of Place, Heritage Management.
2008AnthropologyJournal Article or PatentBauer, AlexanderA. A. Bauer (2008c). New Ways of Thinking About Cultural Property, Fordham International Law Journal 31:690-724.
2008AnthropologyJournal Article or PatentBirth, KevinKevin Birth 2008. The Creation of Coevalness and the Danger of Homochronism, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 14: 3-20
2008AnthropologyJournal Article or PatentBirth, KevinKevin Birth 2008. Response to Johannes Fabian, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.) 14:665.
2008AnthropologyBook, Authored or EditedBirth, KevinKevin Birth 2008. Bacchanalian Sentiments: Musical Experiences and Political Counterpoints in Trinidad. Durham: Duke University Press.
2008AnthropologyJournal Article or PatentCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 But What if I Should Need to Defecate in your Neighborhood, Madame?: Empire, Redemption and the Tradition of the Oppressed in a Brazilian Historical Center. Cultural Anthropology 23(2): 279-328.
2008AnthropologyJournal Article or PatentCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Patrimony, Public Health, and National Culture: The Commodification and Redemption of Origins in Neoliberal Brazil. Critique of Anthropology (28)2: 237-255.
2008AnthropologyOtherCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Photographer for the cover image used for Cultural Anthropology 23(2)
2008AnthropologyOtherCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008-09 Editorial Board Member and Film & Book Review Editor, Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 The Objective Bases of Melville Herskovits Bahian Notebooks: Survivals in and on Fieldworks Mystic Writing Pad, Paper presented at American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Nov. 22, San Francisco, California (co-organizer of Society of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology-Sponsored Panel, Bahias Place in Traveling Theory: Diaspora, Ethnography and Cosmopolitanism in Northeastern Brazil).
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Oh, He Must Have Been a Chicken Man Like I: Slaves, Evidence,and Rumor in Salvador, Brazil's Pelourinho Historical Center. Invited lecture presented at the Columbia University Center for Archaeology Invited Lecture Series, November 14, 2008
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 A razão barroca do patrimônio baiano: Contos de tesouro e histórias de ossadas no Centro Histórico de Salvador. [Bahian Patrimonys Baroque Reason: Treasure Tales and Skeleton Stories in Salvadors Historical Center], Paper Presented July 4 at the First Annual Brazilian-U.S. Anthropological Conference, University of São Paulo, São Pauol, Brazil
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Competing Traditions in Northeastern Regionalism: Bahia and Pernambucos Holy War in Historical Perspective, Paper Presented at Brazilian American Studies Association Meetings, New Orleans, LA.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Discussant for Religion and Afro-Brazilian Organizations, Brazilian American Studies Association Meetings, New Orleans, LA.
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationCollins, JohnJohn F. Collins 2008 Discussant for Subject Populations: Anthropological and Historical Perspectives on the Politics of Knowledge in the Americas, American Historical Association Annual Meetings, Washington, D.C., January 2008
2008AnthropologyConference PresentationDeboer, WarrenWarren R. DeBoer Discussant: Symposium on New Approaches to Iroquoian Ceramics, 2008 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Archaeological Association, Petersborough, Ontario.
2008AnthropologyBook, Chapter or IntroductionDeboer, WarrenWarren R. DeBoer Wrenched bodies, pp. 233-261 of Captivity and Its Consequences, edited by Catherine Cameron, University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City [Foundations of Archaeological Inquiry Series], 2008
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