Selected Faculty Publications
2018 "Illocutionary revelations: Yucatec Maya bakáan and the typology of miratives," Journal of Semantics, 35(1), pp.171-206. https://doi.org/10.1093/jos/ffx019
— "U chíikulil k’áatchi’: forma, función, y la estandarización de la puntuación [The question mark: form, function, and the standardization of punctuation]," Cuadernos de lingüística de El Colegio de México, 5(1), pp. 388-426. 1/9
2016 "Semantics and pragmatics of (not-)at-issueness in Yucatec Maya attitude reports," Semantics & Pragmatics, 9(19), pp. 1-50. http://dx.doi.org/10.3765/sp.9.19
— "Fieldwork Game Play: Masterminding Evidentiality in Desano," Language Documentation & Conservation, [with Wilson Silva], pp. 58-76.
2015 "At-issue proposals and appositive impositions in discourse," Journal of Semantics, 32, pp. 93-138 [with Adrian Brasoveanu and Robert Henderson].
2014 "The semantics of sluicing: beyond truth-conditions," Language, 90(4), pp. 887- 926.
2012 "Focus and uninformativity in Yucatec Maya questions," Natural Language Semantics, 20(4), pp. 349-390.
2019 "For Marielle: Mulhere(s) da Maré - Danger, Seeds and Tides," in Transition Magazine, Hutchins Center, Harvard
2019 "Cultural Memory as Social Justice: the Critical Oral History Methodology." International Leadership Association Newsletter. Co-authored with Danita Mason-Hogans and Wesley Hogan
2018 "'E lá vou eu:' Brazil’s Anti-Apartheid Movement, 1974-1994." In Road to Democracy in South Africa, Volume 4, International Solidarity, South African Democracy Education Trust (SADET) Pretoria: UNISA Publications. Print.
2017 "Plants of Bondage, Liberation Flora and Colonial Sciences - Reflections for STS." In Chakanetsa Mavhunga (Ed.), What Do Science, Technology, Innovation Mean from Africa? Cambridge: MIT Press. Print.
2017 "A língua não deve nos separar! Reflexões para uma Práxis Negra Transnacional de Tradução." In Denise Carrascosa (Ed.), Traduzindo no Atlantico Negro: Cartas Nauticas Afrodiasporicas para Travessias Literarias, Editora Ogum's Toques Negros. Print.
2016 "Transnacionalismo Negro: A Encruzilhada de [email protected]" Revista Educação e Contemporaneidade (FAEEBA), Universidade do Estado da Bahia-UNEB. Print.
2008 "Digitizing African IKS: Epistemic Complexity, Datadiversity & Cognitive Justice." International Information and Library Review.
2007 "Knowledge Free and ‘Unfree’: Epistemic Tensions in Plant Knowledge at the Cape in the 17thand 18th Centuries." International Journal of African Renaissance Studies: Multi-, Inter- and Transdisciplinarity (UNISA Centre for African Renaissance Studies, Pretoria.), Vol. 2, Issue 2, pp. 136-182.
2005 "Innovating through Biochemistry, ‘Composing’ Knowledge, and Gambling on Interaction: Seeing Natural Drug Development through Practitioners’ Eyes." Indilinga: African Journal of Indigenous Knowledge Systems (South Africa), Vol. 4, no. 1.
2002 "Context, Co-presence and 'Compossibilities': Case Study on Bioprospecting between Endogenous Knowledge and Science in South Africa." International Journal of Biotechnology, vol. 4, nos. 2/3.
2019 "Sacred Sites as a Threat to Environmental Justice? Environmental Spirituality and Justice Meet Among the Diné (Navajo) and Other Indigenous Groups," Worldviews: Global Religions, Culture, and Ecology 23,132–153.
2018 "Radical Romanticism and its Alternative Account of the Wild and Wilderness," ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment. (DOI: isy073)
2009 "The Discovery and Recovery of Time in History and Religion," in History and Theory 48:3: 283-294
2004 "To Lukachukai and Back: The Journey Home" in Vintage, eds. Paul Kane and Donata Carrazza (Victoria: Hardie Grant), pp. 91-104.
2019 Floating Coast: An Environmental History of the Bering Strait, W.W. Norton.
2019 "The Walrus and the Bureaucrat: Energy, Ecology, and Making the State in the Russian and American Arctic, 1870-1950," The American Historical Review, Vol. 124, No. 2: 483–510
2018 "Grounding Capitalism: Geology, Labor, and the Nome Gold Rush," chapter in A Global History of the Gold Rushes, eds. Stephen Tuffnell and Benjamin Mountford (Berkeley: University of California Press)
2013 "Law on the Land: Contesting Ethical Authority in the Western Arctic" Ethnohistory; 60 (3): 469-483 . full text
2013 "More Things on Heaven and Earth: Modernism and Reindeer in Chukotka and Alaska" Northscapes: History, Technology, and the Making of Northern Environments. Ed. Dolly Jørgensen and Sverker Sörlin. University of British Columbia Press.
2015 Faudree, Paja and Becky Schulthies "Introduction: 'diversity talk' and its others."Language & Communication. 44: 1-6.
2015 "Made in Translation: Revisiting the Chontal Maya Account of the Conquest."Ethnohistory. 62 (3) 597-621.
2015 "Singing for the dead, on and off line: Diversity, migration, and scale in Mexican Muertos music."Language & Communication. 44: 31-43.
2015 "Tales from the Land of Magic Plants: Textual Ideologies and Fetishes of Indigeneity in Mexico's Sierra Mazateca."Comparative Studies in Society and History. 57 (03) : 838-869.
2015 "What is an Indigenous Author?: Minority Authorship and the Politics of Voice in Mexico."Anthropological Quarterly. 2015; 88 (1) 5-35.
2015 "Why X doesn’t always mark the spot: Contested authenticity in Mexican indigenous language politics." Semiotica. 2015 (203)
2014 "The annual Day of the Dead song contest: musical-linguistic ideology and practice, piratability, and the challenge of scale."Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute. 20 (2): 293-314.
2013 Singing for the Dead: The Politics of Indigenous Revival in Mexico. Duke University Press
2012 “How to Say Things with Wars: Performativity and Discursive Rupture in the Requerimiento of the Spanish Conquest.” Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 22(3): 182-200
2014 Decoding Roger Williams: The Lost Essay of Rhode Island’s Founding Father, with J. Stanley Lemons and Lucas Mason-Brown, Baylor University Press.
2014 "By Treachery and Seduction’: Indian Baptism and Conversion in the Roger Williams Code," with Lucas Mason-Brown, The William and Mary Quarterly 71, no. 2, 3rd ser.175-202.
2014 "Dangerous Designes’: The 1676 Barbados Act to Prohibit New England Indian Slave Importation," The William and Mary Quarterly 71, no. 1, 3rd ser. 99-124.
2013 "A Brass Hawk and an Indian Bible: Land, Sachemship Disputes, and Power in the Conversion of Ben Uncas II," Journal of Social History 47:2.
2012 The Indian Great Awakening: Religion and the Shaping of Native Cultures in Early America, Oxford University Press
2012 "'It provd But Temporary, & Short lived': Pequot Affiliation in the First Great Awakening," Ethnohistory 59:3 465-488.
2011 "Writing Histories: Empire, Religion, and the Production of Native American Manuscripts, 1600 – 1800," in Manuscripts 63:4
2019 Historical Archaeology and Indigenous Collaboration: Discovering Histories That Have Futures, with Holly Herbster, Heather Law Pezzarossi and Stephen A. Mrozowski. University Press of Florida.
2019 "Building Histories That Have Futures: The Benefits of Collaborative Research". Journal of the World Archaeological Congress, with Stephen A. Mrozowski. Vol. 15, No. 3 (Dec.).
2017 "NAGPRA, CUI and Institutional Will". In The Routledge Companion to Cultural Property. Haidy Geismar and Jane Anderson, eds. Routledge Press.
2015 "Rethinking Colonialism: Indigenous Innovation and Colonial Inevitability". With Stephen Mrozowksi and Heather Law. In Rethinking Colonialism: Comparative Archaeological Approaches. Craig Cipolla and Kat Hayes, eds. University of Florida Press.
2013 "Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act." Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, Claire Smith, ed. Springer Publications.
2014 "Cultural Practice and Authenticity: The Search for Real Indians in New England in the 'Historical' Period." In The Death of "Prehistory." Peter Schmidt and Stephen Mrozowski, eds. Oxford University Press.
2013 "The Nipmuc Nation, Federal Acknowledgment, and a Case of Mistaken Identity." In Recognition, Sovereignty Struggles, and Indigenous Rights in the United States: A Sourcebook. Jean O’Brien and Amy E. Den Ouden, eds. University of North Carolina Press.
2019 Mihesuah, Devon and Elizabeth Hoover, editors. Indigenous Food Sovereignty in the United States: Restoring Cultural Knowledge, Protecting Environments, and Regaining Health. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.
2019 Hoover, Elizabeth. "'Fires were lit inside them;’ The Pyropolitics of Water Protector Camps at Standing Rock." RIAS - Review of International American Studies; Indigenous Social Movements in the Americas issue 12(1):11-44.
2019 Hoover, Elizabeth and Sean Sherman. "The answers to our ancestors' prayers;' Seeding a movement for health and culture." 2018 Conference Proceedings for the Oxford Food Symposium. Paper and presentation won the “Oxford Food Symposium Outstanding New Presenter Award”
2019 White, Rowen and Elizabeth Hoover. "Our Living Relatives: Maintaining Resilience and Seed Diversity in Native American Communities." IN The New Farmers Almanac, Vol 4, edited and published by the Greenhorns. P 332-337.
2019 Hoover, Elizabeth. "Review of A Land Not Forgotten: Indigenous Food Security & Land-Based Practices in Northern Ontario." Native American and Indigenous Studies 6(1):203-205.
2019 Hoover, Elizabeth. 2019. "Review of Food Sovereignty The Navajo Way: Cooking With Tall Woman by Charlotte Frisbie." American Anthropologist. DOI: 10.1111/aman.13232
2018 Isaac, Gwyneira; Joseph Gone, Jenny Joe, Elizabeth Hoover, Clarita Lefthand Begay, Stewart Hill. "Native American Perspectives on Health and Traditional Environmental Knowledge" Environmental Health Perspectives 126(12).
2017 Hoover, Elizabeth. The River is in Us; Fighting Toxics in a Mohawk Community. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
2017 Hoover, Elizabeth. "'You can't say you're sovereign if you can't feed yourself:' Defining and Enacting Food Sovereignty in American Indian Community Gardening" American Indian Culture and Research Journal 41(3): 31-70. DOI 10.17953/aicrj.41.3.hoover
2017 Hoover, Elizabeth. "Environmental Reproductive Justice: Intersections in an American Indian Community Impacted by Environmental Contamination." Environmental Sociology. Published online September 30 2017. DOI: 10.1080/23251042.2017.1381898
2016 Hoover, Elizabeth. "We’re not going to be guinea pigs;” Citizen Science and Environmental Health in a Native American Community" Journal of Science Communication 15(1).
2013 Hoover, Elizabeth. "Cultural and Health Implications of Fish Advisories in a Native American Community" Ecological Processes 2:4. doi:10.1186/2192-1709-2-4
2012 Hoover, Elizabeth, Katsi Cook, Ron Plain, Kathy Sanchez, Vi Waghiyi, Pamela Miller, Renee Dufault, Caitlin Sislin and David O. Carpenter. "Indigenous Peoples of North America: Environmental Exposures and Reproductive Justice" Environmental Health Perspectives.120:1645-1649.
2013 "Cultural and Health Implications of Fish Advisories in a Native American Community" Ecological Processes 2:4. doi:10.1186/2192-1709-2-4
2012 Hoover, Elizabeth, Katsi Cook, Ron Plain, Kathy Sanchez, Vi Waghiyi, Pamela Miller, Renee Dufault, Caitlin Sislin and David O. Carpenter. 2012. "Indigenous Peoples of North America: Environmental Exposures and Reproductive Justice" Environmental Health Perspectives.120:1645-1649.
2019 An Inconstant Landscape: The Maya Kingdom of El Zotz, Guatemala (ed. Thomas G. Garrison and Houston). Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
2018 The Gifted Passage: Young Men in Classic Maya Art and Text. New Haven: Yale University Press.
2016 Special section: New Dialogues about Ancient Maya. Antiquity 90 (350): 425-503.
2015 Maya Archaeology 3 (eds., Charles Golden, Stephen Houston, and Joel Skidmore). San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute.
2015 The Maya. 9th ed. (Michael Coe and Stephen Houston) London: Thames & Hudson.
2015 Temple of the Night Sun: A Royal Tomb at El Diablo, Guatemala (Houston, Sarah Newman, Edwin Román, and Thomas Garrison). San Francisco: Precolumbia Mesoweb Press
2014 The Life Within: Classic Maya and the Longing for Permanence. New Haven: Yale University Press.
2013 (Re)Presenting the Past: Archaeology and its Images (Sheila Bonde and Stephen Houston, edited). Providence: Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World.
2012 Maya Archaeology 2 (eds., Charles Golden, Stephen Houston, and Joel Skidmore). San Francisco: Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute.
2010 The Fiery Pool: Maritime Worlds of the Ancient Maya (Daniel Finamore and Stephen Houston) New Haven: Yale University Press.
2009 The Classic Maya (Stephen Houston and Takeshi Inomata) Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2009 Veiled Brightness: A History of Ancient Maya Color (Stephen Houston, Claudia Brittenham, Cassandra Mesick, Alexandre Tokovinine, and Claudia Warinner). Austin: University of Texas Press.
2006 The Memory of Bones: Body, Being, and Experience among the Classic Maya. (Stephen Houston, David Stuart, and Karl Taube). Austin: University of Texas Press.
1995 Adaptación y Resistencia en el Yaquimi: Los Yaquis durante la colonia. Colección de Historia de los Pueblos Indígenas de Mexico, dirigido por Teresa Rojas Rabiela y Mario Humberto Ruz. Mexico: Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiors en Antropología Social (CIESAS) Mexico, D.F.: Instituto Nacional Indigenista. (This series won the Guadalajara Book Fair Prize in 1996.)
1984 Yaqui Resistance and Survival: Struggle for Land and Autonomy, 1821-1910. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
1981 Missionaries, Miners, and Indians: History of Spanish Contact with the Yaqui Indians of Northwestern New Spain, 1533-1830. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.
2016 "College Pride, Native Pride: A Portrait of a Culturally Grounded Precollege Access Program for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian Students" Harvard Educational Review. 86 (1) : 72-97.
2015 "Representations matter: Supporting Native students in college environments." Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity. 1 (1): 102-111.
2014 Truong, Kimberly A.; Graves, Daren; and Keene, Adrienne J. "Faculty of color teaching Critical Race Theory at a PWI: An autoethnography" Journal of Critical Thought and Praxis. 3 (4).
2017 "Transatlantic Unity On Display: The ‘White Legend’ and the ‘Pact of Silence’ in Madrid’s Museum of the Americas." History and Anthropology 28(1): 39-57. [10.1080/02757206.2016.1253567]
2013 "Toward an Anthropology of Ingratitude: Notes from Andean Kinship." Comparative Studies in Society and History 55(3): 554-578. [10.1017/S0010417513000248]. Available in Spanish: “Hacia una antropología de la ingratitud: Notas a partir de las relaciones de parentesco andino.” Etnografías Contemporáneas (Argentina) 5(8). , 2019.
2009 "Raising the Roof in the Transnational Andes: Building Houses, Forging Kinship." Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 15(4):777-796. [10.1111/j.1467-9655.2009.01584.x]
2007 "On Moving Children: The Social Implications of Andean Child Circulation." American Ethnologist 34(1): 163-180. [10.1525/ae.2007.34.1.163] Available in Spanish: "El desplazamiento infantil: las implicaciones sociales de la circulación infantil en los Andes.” Trans. Jessica Herrera. Scripta Nova: Revista Electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales. XVI(395:13). , 2012.
2011 Preucel, Robert W. "An archaeology of NAGPRA: Conversations with Suzan Shown Harjo" Journal of Social Archaeology 11(2):1-13.
2005 Williams, Lucy Fowler, William Wierzbowski, and Robert W. Preucel (editors) Native American Voices on Identity, Art, and Culture: Objects of Everlasting Esteem. University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia.
2002 Preucel, Robert W. (editor) Archaeologies of the Pueblo Revolt: Identity, Meaning and Renewal in the Pueblo World. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque.
2017 Rubertone, Patricia E. "Archaeologies of Native Production and Marketing in 19th Century New England." In Foreign Objects: Rethinking Indigenous Consumption In American Archaeology, ed. Craig Cipolla. (Tucson: University of Arizona Press).
2014 Rubertone, Patricia E. "Beyond Squanto and the Pilgrims: Indians and Europeans in New England." In The Oxford Handbook of Historical Archaeology, eds. James Symonds and Herva Vesa-Pekka. on-line.
2012 "Monuments and Sexual Politics in New England Indian Country." In The Archaeology of Colonialism: Intimate Encounters and Sexual Effects. Barbara Voss and Eleanor Casella, eds., pp. 232-251. Cambridge University Press, UK.
2008 Archaeologies of Placemaking: Monuments, Memories, and Engagement in Native North America. (editor). One World Archaeology 59, Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, CA.
2001 Grave Undertakings: An Archaeology of Roger Williams and the Narragansett Indians. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC and London.
2000 "The Historical Archaeology of Native Americans." Annual Review of Anthropology 29:425-446.
2019 "Drone-Mounted Lidar Survey of Maya Settlement and Landscape" [T. Murtha, E.N. Broadbent, C. Golden, A.K. Scherer, W. Schroder, and A. Almeyda Zambrano]. Latin American Antiquity 30 (3): 630-636.
2018 Smoke, Flames, and the Human Body in Mesoamerican Ritual Practice [V. Tiesler and A.K. Scherer, editors]. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Washington, D.C.
2018 "True People, Foreigners, and the Framing of Maya Morality" [A.K. Scherer, C. Golden, and S. Houston]. In Bioarchaeology of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica: An Interdisciplinary Approach, edited by C. Willermet and A. Cucina, pp. 159-191. University of Press of Florida, Tallahassee.
2015 Mortuary Landscapes of the Classic Maya: Rituals of Body and Soul. University of Texas Press, Austin.
2014 Embattled Bodies, Embattled Places: War in Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica and the Andes [A.K. Scherer and J.W. Verano, editors]. Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Trustees for Harvard University, Washington D.C.
2013 "Territory, Trust, Growth and Collapse in Classic Period Maya Kingdoms" [C. Golden and A.K. Scherer]. Current Anthropology 54(4).
2012 Revisiting Maler's Usumacinta: Recent Archaeological Investigation in Chiapas, Mexico [A.K. Scherer and C. Golden]. Monograph 1. Precolumbia Mesoweb Press, San Francisco.
2013 "Producing the Andean Voice: Popular Music, Folkloric Performance, and the Possessive Investment in Indigeneity." Latin American Music Review 33, 2.
2013 "From The World of the Poor to the Beaches of "Eisha": Chicha, Cumbia, and the Search for a Popular Subject in Peru." In All Cumbias, The Cumbia: The Transnationalization of a Latin American Musical Genre. Edited by Pablo Vila and Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste. Duke University Press.
2013 Gentleman Troubadours and Andean Pop Stars: Huayno Music, Media Work, and Ethnic Imaginaries in Urban Peru. The University of Chicago Press.
2011 "Permitted Indians and Popular Music in Contemporary Peru: The Politics and Poetics of Indigenous Performativity." Ethnomusicology 55/3:387-413.
Building Subjects: the Archaeology of Reducción and Forced Urbanism (under contract, University of Arizona Press)
Traslaviña, T. A., Chase, Z., VanValkenburgh, P. and J.M.B. Weaver, eds. in press. Definiendo el Derrotero: Posibilidades y Perspectivas para una Arqueología Histórica en el Perú.
2013 VanValkenburgh, Parker. "Creolization, Hybridity and Mestizaje: A Comment." Archaeological Review from Cambridge 28: 301-322.
2013 VanValkenburgh, Parker and James F. Osborne. "Home Turf: Archaeology, Territoriality, and Politics." Special Issue: Territoriality in Archaeology, ed. Osborne, James F. and Parker VanValkenburgh, eds. Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association 22: 1-27.
2013 VanValkenburgh, Parker, Carol Rojas Vega and Rocío Torres Mora. "Arqueología Histórica en los Valles de Zaña y Chamán." Revista Argumentos, año 7, n° 3. Lima: IEP.