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Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2007) Apapaatai. Sao Paulo: Laboratório de Imagem e Som em Antropol.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2008) Apapaatai: rituais de máscaras no Alto Xingu. São Paulo: University of São Paulo Press. ISBN 9788531410666

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2002) A Arte dos Sonhos: uma Iconografia Amerindia. Assírio & Alvim/Museu Nacional de Etnologia. ISBN 9723706709

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2011) Atujuwá, masques géants d'Amazonie. In: Índios no Brasil. Ludion/Europalia, Brussels, pp. 161-162.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2008) Choses (in)visibles et (im)périssables - Temporalité et matérialité des objets rituels dans les Andes et en Amazonie. Gradhiva:Revue d'Anthropologie et Museologie Paris, 8. pp. 112-129.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2013) Church of Our Lady of the Pilar. In: Art & Place: Site-Specific Art of the Americas. Phaidon Press.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2006) Cruces Vivas, Cruces Protectoras. Sao Paulo: Laboratório de Imagem e Som em Antropol.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2015) Danzas para Mamacha Carmen. UNSPECIFIED.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2006) De divinaçōes xamânicas e acusaçōes de feitiçaria: imagens wauja da agência letal. Mana-Estudos de Antropologia Social, 12 (2). pp. 285-313.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2006) Des villages indigènes aux musées d’anthropologie: de la propriété et vente des objets rituels amazoniens. Gradhiva - Revue d’Anthropologie et Museologie, 4. pp. 87-95.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2005) El Terremoto y El Senor. UNSPECIFIED.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2007) Etnografias visuais de rituais ameríndios. Campos - Revista de Antropologia Social, 8 (2). pp. 131-133.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2013) Fort Samaipata: Mojocoyas and Inca Cultures. In: Art & Place: Site-Specific Art of the Americas. Phaidon Press. ISBN 9780714865515

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2011) L'art céramique wauja du Haut-Xingu. In: ĺndos no Brasil. Ludion/Europalia, Brussels, pp. 56-57.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2011) Le réveil des grands masques du Haut-Xingu: Iconographie et transformation. In: Masques des hommes, visages des dieux. Editions CNRS, Paris, pp. 27-52.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2010) O despertar das máscaras grandes do Alto Xingu: iconografia e transformação. Revista de Antropologia Social dos Alunos do PPGAS-UFSCar, 2 (2). pp. 43-66.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2013) O trancado, a musica e as serpentes da transformacao no Alto Xingu. In: Quimeras em dialogo: grafismo e figuracao na arte indigena. UNSPECIFIED.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2012) Objetos de poder, pessoas de prestígio: a temporalidade biográfica do ritual xinguano e a cosmopolítica wauja. Mundo Amazónico, 3. pp. 17-42.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2011) Reeds: scarcity and abundance. UNSPECIFIED.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2012) Semana Santa en los Andes. UNSPECIFIED.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2018) Tobacco visions: shamanic drawings of the Wauja Indians. Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas. pp. 501-517. ISSN 2178-2547

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2009) Vendita di spiriti, acquisto di oggetti: processi rituali di produzione e commercio tra indigeni xinguani e musei. In: Ricerca sul campo in Amazzonia. Resoconti di studio. Bulzoni, Rome, pp. 50-64.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2004) Visiting the Wauja Indians: Masks and Other Living Objects from an Amazonian Collection. Lisbon: Museu Nacional de Etnologia. ISBN 9727761933

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2006) Wauja: a danca das grandes mascaras amazonicas. UNSPECIFIED.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2007) Witsixuki: desejo alimentar, doença e morte entre os Wauja da Amazônia Meridional. Journal de la Société des Américanistes, 93 (1). pp. 73-95.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2011) Yawari: um ritual funerário no tempo das Plêiades. Revista de Antropologia, 3 (1). pp. 202-209.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2009) The (de)animalization of objects: food offerings and the subjectivization of masks and flutes among the Wauja of Southern Amazonia. In: The Occult Life of Things: Native Amazonian Theories of Materiality and Personhood. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 128-151. ISBN 9780816528745

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2012) A origem da arte e o gosto estético entre os Wauja do Alto Xingu. In: Sujeito, saberes e prática. Editora da Universidade do Estado do Rio Grande do Norte, Mossoro, pp. 89-136.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2011) A serpente de corpo repleto de canções: um tema amazónico sobre a arte do trançado. Revista de Antropologia, 54 (2). pp. 981-1012.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles (2011) A whirlwind of straw: the piranha atujuwá mask from Amazonia. In: Basketry: making human nature. Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, Norwich, pp. 28-31.

Barcelos Neto, Aristoteles and Salazar, Jose Antonio (2011) Personajes y procesiones de una Semana Santa indio-mestiza en los Andes peruanos. Tellus. pp. 257-268.

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Champion, Louis and Haour, Anne (2013) Le site de Tin Tin Kanza, Nord-Bénin, Hiver 2013:Une étude préliminaire du matériel céramique du Sondage I. Nyame Akuma, 79.

Christie, Annalisa and Haour, Anne (2018) The ‘Lost Caravan’ of Ma’den Ijafen Revisited: Re-appraising Its Cargo of Cowries, a Medieval Global Commodity. Journal of African Archaeology, 16 (2). pp. 125-144.

Christie, Annalisa and Haour, Anne (2018) The cowries. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

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DeLeonardis, Lisa and Lau, George F. (2004) Life, Death and Ancestors. In: Andean Archaeology. Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology . Blackwell Publishing, pp. 77-115. ISBN 9780631234012

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Forrest, Ian and Haour, Anne (2018) Trust in long-distance relationships. Past and Present. ISSN 0031-2746 (In Press)

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Gosselain, O and Haour, A (2018) The site within West African political and craft history. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Gosselain, O, Haour, Anne, MacDonald, K and Manning, Kat (2010) Introduction. In: African pottery roulettes past and present: techniques, identification, and distribution. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 1-34.

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Haour, A and Power, R (2018) Human remains. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, A., Christie, A., Jaufar, S. and Vigoureux, D. (2017) Back to ibn Battuta’s island – excavations in the Maldives, 2017. Nyame Akuma, 88 (33-40).

Haour, Anne (1999) Blank Page in Niger. Nyame Akuma, 52. pp. 44-49.

Haour, Anne (2015) Book Review: Approaching African History. English Historical Review, 130. pp. 1513-1515. ISSN 0013-8266

Haour, Anne (2006) Contributions to Peoples and Cultures of Africa, a six volume series on modern Africa and Africans. Bateman.

Haour, Anne (2006) Contributions to the Sahelian section of The City and Urban Life, Rogozinski, ed. A three volume reference work tracing the development of urban places from the first cities to the present day. M.E.Sharpe.

Haour, Anne (2018) Dendi in the past: palaeoenvironmental data. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, Anne (2006) Eating, dying and building walls in the central Sahel: aspects of archaeology of daily life at Kufan Kanawa, Niger. Nyame Akuma, 66. pp. 35-46.

Haour, Anne (2003) Ethnoarchaeology in the Zinder region, Republic of Niger: the site of Kufan Kanawa. Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 56 . Archaeopress. ISBN 1841715069

Haour, Anne (2010) Knotted strip roulette. In: African pottery roulettes past and present: techniques, identification and distribution. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 177-180.

Haour, Anne (2010) Kufan Kanawa: the former Kano? The archaeology of a 600-year old site in Niger. In: Being and becoming Hausa: interdisciplinary perspectives. Brill, Leiden, pp. 141-163.

Haour, Anne (2004) L'ancienne Kano? Nouveaux résultats de Kufan Kanawa, Niger. In: Acts of the 11th Congress of the PanAfrican Association of Prehistory and Related Fields, Bamko Feburary 2001. Bamako, Mali, pp. 54-61.

Haour, Anne (2013) Mobilité et archéologie le long de l’arc oriental du Niger:pavements et percuteurs. Afriques. ISSN 2108-6796

Haour, Anne (2003) One hundred years of archaeology in Niger. Journal of World Prehistory, 17 (2). pp. 181-234. ISSN 1573-7802

Haour, Anne (2013) Outsiders and Strangers:An Archaeology of Liminality in West Africa. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199697748

Haour, Anne (2005) Power and permanence in precolonial Africa: a case study from the central Sahel. World Archaeology, 37 (4). pp. 552-565. ISSN 1470-1375

Haour, Anne (2011) Putting pots and people in the Sahelian empires. Azania (issue guest-edited in collaboration with K Manning), 46 (1). pp. 36-48.

Haour, Anne (2005) Review - African Archeology: An Introductory but Critical Synthesis. Journal of African History, 46 (3). pp. 507-508. ISSN 0021-8537

Haour, Anne (2006) Review of Bedaux, R., Polet, J., Sanogo, K and Schmidt, A. (eds.) Recherches archéologiques à Dia dans le delta intérieur du Niger (Mali): bilan des saisons de fouilles 1998-2003. Journal of African Archaeology, 4 (2). pp. 353-356.

Haour, Anne (2014) Review of Green, Brokers of Change: Atlantic Commerce and Cultures in precolonial Western Africa. English Historical Review. pp. 941-943. ISSN 0013-8266

Haour, Anne (2017) Review of Manfred K.H. Eggert & Dirk Seidensticker. Campo: archaeological research at the mouth of the Ntem River (south Cameroon). Antiquity, 91 (360). pp. 1679-1681. ISSN 0003-598X

Haour, Anne (2001) Review of McIntosh, S. 1999: Beyond Chiefdoms: Pathways to complexity in Africa. Africa, 71 (04). pp. 694-695. ISSN 0001-9720

Haour, Anne (2013) Review of S. Dueppen, An egalitarian revolution. Journal of African Archaeology, 11. pp. 111-114.

Haour, Anne (2009) Review of S.J. Salm & T. Falola (eds.) African Urban Spaces in Historical Perspective. Journal of African Archaeology, 7 (2). pp. 277-279.

Haour, Anne (2007) Rulers, warriors, traders and clerics: the Central Sahel and the North Sea. Oxford University Press (in the context of the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellows Monograph Scheme). ISBN 0197264115

Haour, Anne (2013) Social complexity in Iron Age and early modern West Africa:Review of S. Dueppen, An egalitarian revolution and Ogundiran and Monroe, Power and Landscape in Atlantic West Africa. Antiquity. ISSN 0003-598X

Haour, Anne (2012) To the other shore: West African trade centres and the wics. In: From one sea to the other: trade centres in the European and Mediterranean Early Middle Ages. Brepols, Turnhout, pp. 441-456.

Haour, Anne (2017) What made Islamic Trade Distinctive, as Compared to Pre-Islamic Trade? In: Trade in the Ancient Sahara and Beyond. Trans-Saharan Archaeology . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9781108161091

Haour, Anne (2003) Why these African walls? Some considerations from Kufan Kanawa, Niger. In: Researching Africa's Past: new perspectives from British archaeologists. School of Archaeology, Oxford University, Oxford, pp. 97-101.

Haour, Anne (2011) The archaeology of Hausaland. In: Gold, slaves and ivory - medieval empires in northern Nigeria. Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, Mainz, pp. 66-69.

Haour, Anne (2018) The context of the project. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, Anne (2011) The early medieval slave trade of the central Sahel: archaeological and historical considerations. In: Comparative dimensions of slavery in Africa: archaeology and memory. Proceesings of the British Academy (168). Open University Press/British Academy, Oxford, pp. 61-78.

Haour, Anne (2000) The former Kano? Ethnoarchaeology of Kufan Kanawa, Niger. Antiquity, 74. pp. 767-768. ISSN 1745-1744

Haour, Anne (2008) A pottery sequence from Garumele (Niger) - a former Kanem-Borno capital? Journal of African Archaeology, 6 (1). pp. 3-20.

Haour, Anne, Banni Guene, Oumarou, Gosselain, Olivier, Livingstone Smith, Alexandre and N'Dah, Didier (2011) Survey Along the Niger River Valley at the Benin-Niger Border. Nyame Akuma, 76.

Haour, Anne, Blench, R, Driver, T and Hendrie, B (1998) Resource Conflict in Semi-Arid Africa: An Essay and Annotated Bibliography. Overseas Development Institute, London.

Haour, Anne, Christie, Annalisa and Jaufar, Shiura (2016) Tracking the Cowrie Shell: Excavations in the Maldives, 2016. Nyame Akuma, 85. pp. 69-77.

Haour, Anne and Gado, B (2009) Garumele, ville médiévale du Kanem-Borno? Une contribution archéologique. Journal of African History, 50. pp. 1-21. ISSN 1469-5138

Haour, Anne and Galpine, R (2005) Culture and technology in the pottery of the medieval Sahel. Journal of African Archaeology, 3 (1). pp. 127-137.

Haour, Anne and Keita, D (2010) Folded strip roulette. In: African pottery roulettes past and present: techniques, identification, and distribution. Oxbow, Oxford, pp. 169-176.

Haour, Anne and Linseele, V (2010) Faunal remains at Garumele. Journal of African Archaeology, 8 (2). pp. 167-184.

Haour, Anne, Livingstone Smith, Alexandre, Gosselain, Olivier, N'Dah, Didier and Nixon, Sam (2018) An archaeological site, a modern village and the surrounding region. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, Anne and Mitchell, P (2003) Introduction. In: Researching Africa's Past: new perspectives from British archaeologists. School of Archaeology, Oxford.

Haour, Anne and Moguen, C (2008) Afrique Oubliée; Translation (English to French) of Connah, G. 2004. Forgotten Africa: an introduction to its archaeology. L'Harmattan.

Haour, Anne and N'Dah, Didier (2017) Organising an international archeological research project in Africa. In: Field Manual for African archaeology. Royal Museum for Central Africa, pp. 30-33. ISBN 978-9-4922-4427-7

Haour, Anne and N'Dah, Didier (2018) The archaeology of the eastern Niger valley. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, Anne, N'Dah, Didier, Gosselain, Olivier and Nixon, Sam (2015) Carrefour des empires: archéologie, histoire et ethnographie dans le Dendi. self published.

Haour, Anne, N'Dah, Didier, Magnavita, Carlos, Nixon, Sam and Livingstone Smith, Alexandre (2018) Excavation methods and strategies: how we approached this archaeological terra incognita. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, Anne and Nixon, Sam (2018) Birnin Lafiya within West African archaeology. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, Anne, Nixon, Sam, Livingstone Smith, Alexandre, Nikis, Nicolas and Kay, David (2018) The pottery. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin. Brill, 139–173. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

Haour, Anne, Nixon, Sam, N'Dah, Didier, Magnavita, Carlos and Livingstone Smith, Alexandre (2016) The settlement mound of Birnin Lafiya: new evidence from the eastern arc of the Niger River. Antiquity, 90 (351). pp. 695-710. ISSN 0003-598X

Haour, Anne and Pearson, John (2004) An Instance of Dental Modification on a human skeleton from Niger, West Africa. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 24 (4). pp. 427-433. ISSN 1468-0092

Haour, Anne and Rossi, B (2010) Introduction: Hausa identity: language, history and religion. In: Being and becoming Hausa: interdisciplinary perspectives. Brill, Leiden, pp. 1-33.

Haour, Anne, Winton, V and Idé, O (2005) The Project SAHEL 2004: preliminary review of new work in the Parc W, Niger. Nyame Akuma, 64. pp. 50-54.

Haour, Anne, Winton, V, Idé, O, Rendell, H and Clarke, M (2006) The Project Sahel 2004: The archaeological sequence in the Parc W, Niger. Journal of African Archaeology, 4 (2). pp. 299-315.

Hooper, Steven (2007) Embodying Divinity: the Life of A'a. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 116 (2). pp. 131-179.

Hooper, Steven (2006) Exhibition: Pacific Encounters: Art and Divinity in Polynesia 1760-1860. [Show/Exhibition]

Hooper, Steven (2007) La Collecte comme Iconoclasme: La London Missionary Society en Polynésie. Gradhiva:Revue d'Anthropologie et Museologie Paris, 7. pp. 120-133.

Hooper, Steven (2002) Memorial Images of Eastern Fiji: materials, metaphors and meanings. In: Pacific Art: Persistance, Change and Meaning. University of Hawaii Press, pp. 309-323. ISBN 082482556X

Hooper, Steven (2005) On Looking at a Tahitian God-Horse. Journal of Museum Ethnography, 17. pp. 89-100.

Hooper, Steven (2006) Pacific Encounters: Art and Divinity in Polynesia 1760-1860. British Museum Press, London. ISBN 9780714125756

Hooper, Steven (2008) Polynésie: Arts et Divinités 1760-1860. Réunion des musées nationaux. ISBN 2915133840

Hooper, Steven and Jacobs, Karen (2016) Fiji:Art and Life in the Pacific. [Show/Exhibition]

Hooper, Steven, Jacobs, Karen, Jessop, Maia and Nuku, George (2012) Encounters with Polynesia in Britain: Art, ANcestors, Artists and Curators. Museum Anthropology, 35 (1). pp. 10-22.

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Jacobs, Karen (2014) Art and the Body::Exploring the role of Clothing in Fiji. [Show/Exhibition]

Jacobs, Karen (2009) Artists in Residence: Polynesian engagement with the past. Journal of Museum Ethnography, 21. pp. 112-126.

Jacobs, Karen (2013) Beaten drums: a Kamoro carver's perspective. In: Melanesia: Art and Encounter. British Museum Press, London. ISBN 978-0714125961

Jacobs, Karen (2012) Collecting Kamoro: Objects, Encounters and Representation on the Southwest coast of Papua. Mededelingen van het Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde (40). Sidestone Press and National Museum of Ethnology. ISBN 978-90-8890-088-4

Jacobs, Karen (2009) Encounters with Polynesia: exhibiting the past in the present (Special issue). The Journal of Museum Ethnography, 21.

Jacobs, Karen (2014) Inscribing missionary impact in Central Polynesia::Mapping the George Bennet Collection. Journal of the History of Collections, 26 (2). p. 263. ISSN 0954-6650

Jacobs, Karen (2013) Liku skirts. In: Chiefs & Governors:. Cambridge Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, p. 71.

Jacobs, Karen (2011) Transacting Creations: The Kamoro Arts Festival (1998-2006) in Papua. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 12 (4). pp. 363-382. ISSN 1444-2213

Jacobs, Karen (2008) United Colours of Papua: Kamoro arts and cultural appropriation. In: Identity Theft. Cultural Compensation, contemporary art. Liverpool University Press, pp. 175-96. ISBN 978-1846311031

Jacobs, Karen (2014) Who Cares?:The material heritage of British missions in Africa and the Pacific, and its future. The Journal of Museum Ethnography, 27. p. 129.

Jacobs, Karen (2015) Wooden doll, Fiji. In: Trophies, Relics and Curios? Sidestone Press, Leiden, pp. 153-161. ISBN 978-90-8890-271-0

Jacobs, Karen (2017) "A sheet of the Daily Mail":Barkcloth aprons in the Kamoro region of Papua. In: Tapa. UNSPECIFIED, pp. 82-87.

Jacobs, Karen and Raymond, Rosanna (2016) Rosanna Raymond’s SaVAge K’lub at the eighth Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art. World Art, 6 (2). pp. 233-246. ISSN 2150-0894

Jacobs, Karen and Wingfield, Chris (2015) Introduction. In: Trophies, Relics and Curios? Sidestone Press, pp. 9-22. ISBN 9789088902710

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Khalaf, Nadia and Haour, Anne (2013) Excavations at Tin Tin Kanza (TTK), Northern Bénin. Nyame Akuma, 79. pp. 101-111.

Khalaf, Nadia, Haour, Anne, Livingstone Smith, Alexandre and N'Dah, Didier (2018) The wider archaeological landscape. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

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Lau, George (2012) The 1st millennium AD in north central Peru: Critical perspectives on a linguistic prehistory. In: Archaeology and Linguistics in the Andes. British Academy, London, pp. 163-196.

Lau, George (2008) Ancestor Images in the Andes. In: The Handbook of South American Archaeology. Springer New York, pp. 1025-1043. ISBN 978038774907551

Lau, George (2010) Ancient Community and Economy at Chinchawas (Ancash, Peru). Yale Peabody Museum. ISBN 978-0913516263

Lau, George (2011) Andean Expressions: Art and Archaeology of the Recuay Culture. University of Iowa Press. ISBN 978-1587299735

Lau, George (2016) An Archaeology of Ancash: Stones, Ruins and Communities in Andean Peru. Routledge. ISBN 9781138898998

Lau, George (2005) Core-periphery relations in the Recuay hinterlands: economic interaction at Chinchawas, Peru. Antiquity, 79 (303). pp. 78-99. ISSN 1745-1744

Lau, George (2016) Culturas en contacto: interacción Recuay y Moche en la región norperuana. In: Moche y sus vecinos. Museo de Arte de Lima, Lima, pp. 56-67. ISBN 978-9972-718-50-2

Lau, George (2011) Culturas y lenguas antiguas de la sierra norcentral del Peru: una investigación arqueolingüística. Boletín de Arqueología PUCP. pp. 141-164. ISSN 1029-2004

Lau, George (2015) The Dead and the Longue Durée in Peru’s North Highlands. In: Living with the Dead in the Andes. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, pp. 200-244. ISBN 978-0-8165-2977-3

Lau, George (2002) Feasting and ancestor veneration at Chinchawas, North Highlands of Ancash, Peru. Latin American Antiquity, 13 (3). pp. 279-304.

Lau, George (2010) Fortifications as Warfare Culture: The Hilltop Centre at Yayno (Ancash, Peru), AD 400-800. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 20. pp. 419-448. ISSN 1474-0540

Lau, George (2010) House forms and Recuay culture: residential compounds at Yayno (Ancash, Peru), a fortified hilltop town, AD 400-800. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, 29. pp. 327-351. ISSN 1090-2686

Lau, George (2012) Intercultural relations in northern Peru: the north central highlands during the Middle Horizon. Boletín de Arqueología PUCP, 16. pp. 23-52. ISSN 1029-2004

Lau, George (2004) Object of contention: A revaluation of Recuay-Moche combat imagery. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 14 (2). pp. 163-184. ISSN 1474-0540

Lau, George (2014) On textiles and alterity in the Recuay culture (AD 200-700), Ancash, Peru. In: Textiles, Technical Practice and Power in the Andes. Archetype, London, pp. 327-344.

Lau, George (2016) Peligros ambientales y el archivo arqueológico: culturas y vulnerabilidad antigua en la sierra de Ancash, Peru. In: Las sociedades andinas frente a los cambios pasados y actuales: dinámicas territoriales, crisis, fronteras y movilidades. Actes & Mémoires de l’Institut Français d’Études Andines . Instituto Francés de Estudios Andinos, Lima, pp. 51-87. ISBN 978-9972-623-99-8

Lau, George (2004) The Recuay Culture of Peru's North-Central Highlands. Journal of Field Archaeology, 29. pp. 177-202. ISSN 2042-4582

Lau, George (2006) Recuay Tradition Sculptures from Chinchawas, North Highlands of Ancash, Peru. KAVA, Kulturen 1, 1. pp. 183-250.

Lau, George (2017) South America - Andes. In: Oxford Handbook of Prehistoric Figurines. UNSPECIFIED, Oxford, pp. 391-415. ISBN 9780199675616

Lau, George (2012) Visualising alterity: scalar views of predation in ancient Peru. World Art, 2 (1). pp. 119-134. ISSN 2150-0894

Lau, George (2014) A materiality of opposition: on ancient conflict and organization in Peru’s north highlands. In: Embattled Bodies, Embattled Places: War in Pre-Columbian America. Dumbarton Oaks, Washington D.C., pp. 315-340.

Lau, George (2010) The work of surfaces: object worlds and techniques of enhancement in the ancient Andes. Journal of Material Culture, 15 (3). pp. 259-286. ISSN 1460-3586

Lau, George and Sekules, Veronica (2012) Contingent arts, contingent worlds. World Art, 2 (2). pp. 147-152. ISSN 2150-0894

Lau, George and Sekules, Veronica (2012) Outside things? World Art, 2 (1). pp. 1-8. ISSN 2150-0894

Lau, George, Sekules, Veronica and Thofner, Margit (2013) Afterword: Why ‘Art Makes Society’. World Art, 3 (1). pp. 163-168. ISSN 2150-0894

Lau, George, Sekules, Veronica and Thofner, Margit (2014) A world (art) of senses, value and display. World Art, 4 (2). pp. 133-136. ISSN 2150-0894

Lau, George F. (2013) Ancient Alterity in the Andes:A Recognition of Others. Routledge. ISBN 9780415519229

Lau, George F. (2016) Different kinds of dead:Presencing Andean expired beings. In: Death Rituals, Social Order and the Archaeology of Immortality in the Ancient World. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 168-186. ISBN 9781107082731

Lau, George F. (2019) An Inka Offering at Yayno (North Highlands, Peru): Objects, Subjects and Gifts in the Ancient Andes. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 29 (1). pp. 159-179. ISSN 0959-7743

Lau, George F. (2016) On the Horizon: Art, Valuables and Large-Scale Interaction Networks in the Ancient Andes. In: The Routledge Handbook of Archaeology and Globalization. Routledge, Abingdon and New York, pp. 194-211. ISBN 9780415841306

Livingstone Smith, Alexandre, Nikis, Nicolas, Haour, Anne and Champion, Louis (2018) Stratigraphy and dating. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

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Mack, John (2001) Africa: Arts and Cultures. British Museum Press. ISBN 0714125482

Mack, John (2007) The Art of Small Things. British Museum Press. ISBN 9780714150468

Mack, John (2012) Drawing Degree zero: The Indigenous encounter with pencil and paper. World Art, 2 (1). pp. 70-105. ISSN 2150-0908

Mack, John (2003) "Ethnography" in the Enlightenment. In: Enlightening the British: Knowledge, discovery & the museum in the Eighteenth Century. British Museum Press, pp. 114-118. ISBN 071415010X

Mack, John (2002) "Exhibiting Cultures" Revisited: Translation and Representation. FOLK: Journal of the Danish Ethnographic Society, 43. pp. 195-209.

Mack, John (2011) Fetish? Magic Figures from Central Africa. Journal of Art Historiography, 5. pp. 1-14. ISSN 2042-4752

Mack, John (2011) Healing words:Becoming a spirit-host in Madagascar. Anthropology and Medicine, 18 (2). pp. 231-243. ISSN 1469-2910

Mack, John (2007) The Land Viewed from the Sea. Azania, 62. pp. 1-14.

Mack, John (2012) Making and seeing: Matisse and the understanding of Kuba pattern. Journal of Art Historiography (7). ISSN 2042-4752

Mack, John (2003) Medicine and Anthropology in Wellcome's Collection. In: Medicine Man, the Forgotten Museum of Henry Wellcome. British Museum Press, pp. 213-233. ISBN 0714127949

Mack, John (2003) Museum of the Mind, Art and Memory in World Cultures. British Museum Press. ISBN 0714126373

Mack, John (2009) The Object of Memory. In: Preserving the cultural heritage of Africa. Crisis or Renaissance? James Curry Boydell and Brewer. ISBN 9781868885398

Mack, John (2008) Preserving the Cultural Heritage of Africa: Crisis or Renaissance? James Currey Publications. ISBN 0852559828

Mack, John (2011) The Sea: A Cultural History. Reaktion Books. ISBN 1861898098

Mack, John and , Fundacion la caxia d estalvis & pensions of Barcelona (2004) El Arte de Benin. In: Africa. La Figura Imaginada. Fundacio la Caxia, Barcelona, pp. 26-36. ISBN 8476648510

Mitchell, Peter, Haour, Anne and Robertshaw, Peter (2012) Diverse connections: the 21st conference of the Society of Africanist Archaeologists, Toronto, 20-23 June 2012. Azania, 47 (3). pp. 375-378.

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N'Dah, Didier, Haour, Anne, Magnavita, Carlos, Nixon, Sam and Livingstone Smith, Alexandre (2018) The mound of tombo. In: Two Thousand Years in Dendi, Northern Benin: Archaeology, History and Memory. Brill. ISBN 978-90-04-37669-4

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Robertshaw, Peter, Wood, Marilee, Haour, Anne, Karklins, Karlis and Neff, Hector (2014) Chemical analysis, chronology, and context of a European glass bead assemblage from Garumele, Niger. Journal of Archaeological Science, 41. 591–604. ISSN 0305-4403

Robion-Brunner, Caroline, Haour, Anne, Coustures, Marie-Pierre, Champion, Louis and Béziat, Didier (2015) Iron production in northern Benin: excavations at Kompa Moussékoubou. Journal of African Archaeology, 13 (1). pp. 39-57.

Rycroft, Daniel, Lau, George and Sekules, Veronica (2011) Editorial. World Art, 1 (2). pp. 151-160. ISSN 2150-0908

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Sani Sule, Abubakar and Haour, Anne (2014) The archaeology of northern Nigeria: trade, people and polities, 1500 BP onwards. Azania, 49 (4). pp. 439-462.

Szpak, Paul, Millaire, Jean-François, White, Christine, Lau, George, Surette, Flannery and Longstaffe, Fred (2015) Origins of Prehispanic Camelid Wool Textiles from the North and Central Coasts of Peru Traced by Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Analyses. Current Anthropology, 56 (3). pp. 449-459. ISSN 1537-5382

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