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2013 Yuchi Folklore: Cultural Expression in a Southeastern Native American Community. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press.

2013 “The Story of Colonialism, or Rethinking the Ox-hide Purchase in Native North America and Beyond.” Journal of American Folklore. 126(499):31-54. https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/handle/2022/15421 [open access]

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2012 Yuchi Indian Histories Before the Removal Era. Jason Baird Jackson, ed. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.  http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/product/Yuchi-Indian-Histories-Before-the-Removal-Era,675231.aspx

2012 “Introduction: On Studying Yuchi History.” In Yuchi Indian Histories Before the Removal Era. Jason Baird Jackson, ed. Pp. xiii-xxxiv. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/unpresssamples/125/ [open access]

2012 “We are the One Percent: Open Access in the Era of Occupy Wall Street.” Anthropologies. 12. http://www.anthropologiesproject.org/2012/03/we-are-one-percent-open-access-in-era.html.[open access!]

2011 “Picturing Traditional Culture: Heritage as Subject and Motivation in the Work of Three Muscogee (Creek) Painters.” American Indian Art Magazine. 37(1):64-73.

2011 “Getting Yourself Out of the Business in Five Easy Steps.” In Hacking the Academy. Dan Cohen and Tom Scheinfeldt, eds. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. http://www.digitalculture.org/hacking-the-academy/. [open access!]

2010 “The Southeast.” In The Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion. Volume 3. The United States and Canada. Joanne B. Eicher, editor. Pp. 457-466. Oxford: Berg.

2010 “The Southeast.” In Berg Fashion Library. Oxford: Berg. http://www.bergfashionlibrary.com.

2010 “Boasian Ethnography and Contemporary Intellectual Property Debates. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society. 154(1):40-49. http://www.amphilsoc.org/publications/proceedings/v/154/n/1 [open access!]

2009 “On Frank G. Speck’s Oklahoma and Indian Territory Essays for the Southern Workman.”  In Negro and White Exclusion Towns and Other Observations in Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Essays by Frank G. Speck from the Southern Workman. Jason Baird Jackson, ed. Pp. 3-6. Publications of the Oklahoma Cultures Digital Initiative 1. Bloomington, IN: Oklahoma Cultures Digital Initiative. http://cnx.org/content/m33348/latest/ [open access!]

2009 Negro and White Exclusion Towns and Other Observations in Oklahoma and Indian Territory: Essays by Frank G. Speck from the Southern Workman. Jason Baird Jackson, ed. Publications of the Oklahoma Cultures Digital Initiative 1. Bloomington, IN: Oklahoma Cultures Digital Initiative. http://cnx.org/content/col10695/latest/ [open access!]

2009 “Henry Glassie.” In In Honor of Retiring Faculty. Pp. 7. Bloomington: Indiana University. [open access!]

2009    “Expression of Concern.” Museum Anthropology. 32(1):33-38.

2008 “Traditionalization in Ceremonial Ground Oratory: Native American Speechmaking in Eastern Oklahoma.” Midwestern Folklore. 34(2):3-16.

2008 “From the Editor of Museum Anthropology.” American Anthropologist. 110(4):414-415.

2008 (with Christopher Kelty, Michael M. J. Fischer, Alex “Rex” Golub, Kimberly Christen, Michael F. Brown, and Tom Boellstorff) “Anthropology of/in Circulation: the Future of Open Access and Scholarly Societies.” Cultural Anthropology. 23(3):559-588. [open access!]

2008 (with Rhonda S. Fair) “Stomp Dance.” Encyclopedia of Alabama. Wayne Flint, ed. Auburn, AL: Auburn University and the Alabama Foundation for the Humanities. [open access!]

2008 “Yuchis in Alabama.” Encyclopedia of Alabama. Wayne Flint, ed. Auburn, AL: Auburn University and the Alabama Foundation for the Humanities. [open access!]

2007 “William C. Sturtevant and the History of Anthropology.” History of Anthropology Newsletter. 34(2):3-9. [open access!]

2007 “Museum Anthropology Online.” Museum Anthropology. 30(1):1-2.

2006 “Museum Anthropology Weblog Now Online.” Anthropology News. 47(8):51.

2006 “Toothache Medicine: A Customary Use of Pale Purple Coneflower (Echinacea pallida (Nutt.) Nutt.) among the Yuchi in Eastern Oklahoma, USA.” Economic Botany. 60:386-388.

2006 “Woodland Indian People, Oklahoma, USA.” In Fascination Football. Wulf Köpke, Bernd Schmelz, Broder-Jürgen Trede and Carl Triesch, eds. Pp. 58-59. Hamburg: Museum für Völkerkunde. (2006-3) [Find the Book in Open WorldCat in English and German]

2006 “On the Review of Digital Exhibitions.” Museum Anthropology. 29(1):1-4. (2006-2)

2006 “Diaspora.” In Greenwood Encyclopedia of World Folklore. William M. Clements, editor. Pp. 18-22. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood. (2006-1) [Find the book in Open WorldCat here]

2005 “Museum Anthropology: Editorial Vision.” Anthropology News. 46(9):50-51.

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2005 “East Meets West: On Stomp Dance and Powwow Worlds in Oklahoma.” In Powwow. Clyde Ellis, Luke Eric Lassiter, and Gary H. Dunham, editors. Pp. 172-197. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. (2005-3) [Find the book in Open WorldCat here.]

2005 Yuchi Ceremonial Life: Performance, Meaning and Tradition in a Contemporary Native American Community. Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. [Paper edition with a new afterword.] (2005-2) [Find the book in Open WorldCat here.]

2005 “Franz Boas.” In Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers. John R. Schook, editor. Pp. 274-276. Bristol, United Kingdom: Thoemmes Press. (2005-1) [Find the book in Open WorldCat here.]

2004 (with Greg Urban) “Mythology and Folklore.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 707-719. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 (with Greg Urban) “Social Organization.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 697-706. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 (with Gregory A. Waselkov) “Exchange and Interaction Since AD 1500.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 686-696. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 (with Patricia Galloway) “Natchez and Related Groups.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 598-615. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 “Yuchi.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 415-428. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 (with Raymond J. DeMallie) “Tutelo and Neighboring Groups.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 286-300. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 (with Raymond D. Fogelson and William C. Sturtevant) “History of Ethnological and Linguistic Research.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 31-47. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 (with Raymond D. Fogelson) “Introduction.” In Handbook of North American Indians. Volume 14. Southeast. Raymond D. Fogelson, editor. Pp. 1-13. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.

2004 (with Frederic W. Gleach) “William C. Sturtevant.” In Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology. Vered Amit, editor. Pp. 497-498. New York: Routledge.

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2004 “Introduction.” In Ethnology of the Yuchi Indians by Frank G. Speck. Bison Books Edition. Pp. v-xvi. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. [Originally published: Philadelphia: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, 1909.]

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2004 (with Mary S. Linn) “Yuchi Trickster Tales.” In Voices from Four Directions: Contemporary Translations of the Native Literatures of North America. Brian Swann, editor. Pp. 368-382. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. [Includes tales told by Waxin Tiger and William Cahwee and translated by Joshephine Barnett Kieth, Josephine Wildcat Bigler and Mary S. Linn]

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2004 “Recontextualizing Revitalization: Cosmology and Cultural Stability in the Adoption of Peyotism among the Yuchi.” In Reassessing Revitalization: Perspectives from North America and the Pacific Islands. Michael Harkin, editor. Pp. 183-205. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

2003 “Green Corn Ceremonies: A Summertime Thanksgiving.” Cobblestone. 24(7):38-41.

2003 “The Opposite of Powwow: Ignoring and Incorporating the Intertribal War Dance in the Oklahoma Stomp Dance Community.” Plains Anthropologist. 48:237-253.

2003 (with Patricia Galloway) “Noticias a las Aldeas se Quise Componen las Naciones Chaitas, Chicachais y Alibamon.” [An essay annotating and contextualizing a Spanish language colonial document.] In Louisiana Purchase/La Cession de la Louisiane: A History in Maps, Images and Documents on CR-ROM. Sylvia Frey, editor. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.

2003 “Cultural Summary: Seminole.” In eHRAF Collection of Ethnography. New Haven, Conn.: Human Relations Area Files. [Part of the Human Relations Area Files (HRAF), a print, microfiche, CD-ROM, and Web database for cross-cultural research available to member institutions. For details see: http://www.yale.edu/hraf/.%5D

2003 Yuchi Ceremonial Life: Performance, Meaning and Tradition in a Contemporary American Indian Community. Studies in the Anthropology of North American Indians. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

2002 “Notice of Intent to Repatriate a Cultural Item in the Possession of the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Norman, OK.” Federal Register, October 10, 2002, 67(197):63153-63154. [unsigned] [open access!]

2002 “A Yuchi War Dance in 1736.” European Review of Native American Studies. 16(1):27-32. [published May 2003]

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2002 “Gender Reciprocity and Ritual Speech among the Yuchi.” In Southern Indians and Anthropologists: Culture, Politics, and Identity. Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, No. 35. Lisa Lefler and Frederic W. Gleach, editors. Pp. 89-106. Athens: University of Georgia Press.

2002 “William C. Sturtevant.” In Celebrating a Century: The Presidents of the American Anthropological Association. Regna Darnell and Fredrick W. Gleach, editors. Pp. 257-260. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

2002 “Yuchi.” In Encyclopedia of World Cultures Supplement. Melvin Ember, Carol R. Ember and Ian Skoggard, editors. Pp. 386-389. New York: Macmillan.

2002 “Spirit Medicine: Native American Uses of Common Everlasting (Pseudognaphalium obtusifolium) in Eastern North America.” Occasional Papers of the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History. 13:1-17. [open access!]

2002 (with Victoria Levine) “Singing for Garfish: Music and Community Life in Eastern Oklahoma.” Ethnomusicology. 46:284-306.

2000 “Customary Uses of Ironweed (Vernonia fasciculata) by the Yuchi in Eastern Oklahoma, USA.” Economic Botany. 54:401-403.

2000 “Signaling the Creator: Indian Football as Ritual Performance among the Yuchi and their Neighbors.” Southern Folklore. 57:33-64.

2000 (with Mary S. Linn) “Calling in the Members: Linguistic Form and Cultural Context in a Yuchi Ritual Speech Genre.” Anthropological Linguistics. 42:61-80.

2000 “Southeastern Indian Basketry in the Gilcrease Museum Collection.” American Indian Art Magazine. 25(4):46-55.

2000 “Things Never Seen Before: Reuniting Museum Collections and Communities.” la Tertulia. 16(1):1, 3.

2000 “Containers of Tradition: Southeastern Indian Basketry.” Gilcrease Journal. 7(2):5-25.

2000 “Ethnography and Ethnographers in Museum-Community Partnerships.” Practicing Anthropology. 22(4):29-32. [open access!]

1999 “Of Bears and Rabbits: Animals in Traditional Native American Art and Literature.” Gilcrease Journal. 6(2):16-29.

1999 “Linguistic Anthropology as (Relevant) Museum Anthropology.” Anthropology Newsletter. 40(5):16-17.

1999 “Indians and Scholars Join Forces to Document the Dance Music of Oklahoma’s Yuchi Tribe.” Folklife Center News. 21(2):3-6, 16.

1999 “Ritual and Cultural Revitalization.” In Interpreting Cultures: Essays Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Publication of Clifford Geertz’ ‘The Interpretation of Cultures’. Mindy J. Morgan and Paula Wagoner, editors with an afterword by Clifford Geertz. Pp. 28-35. Bloomington: Department of Anthropology, Indiana University.

1998 “Architecture and Hospitality: Ceremonial Ground Camps and Foodways of the Yuchi Indians.” The Chronicles of Oklahoma. 76:172-189.

1998 “Dressing for the Dance: Yuchi Ceremonial Clothing.” American Indian Art Magazine. 23(3):32-41.

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1997 “Yuchi.” In Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World. Paul Oliver, editor. Pp. 1895. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.

1997 “Square Ground.” In Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World. Paul Oliver, editor. Pp. 744-745. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

1997 “Menomini.” In Encyclopedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World. Paul Oliver, editor. Pp. 1862-1863. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

1997 “The Work of Tradition in Yuchi Oratory.” The Florida Anthropologist. 50:197-202.

1997 “Introduction: The Cultures of Language in Southeastern Native America.” The Florida Anthropologist. 50:179-181.

1997 (editor) The Cultures of Language in Southeastern Native America. The Florida Anthropologist. 50(4):178-224. [Guest edited theme issue.]

1997 “Making Faces: Eastern Cherokee Booger Masks.” Gilcrease Journal. 5(2):50-61.

1996 “‘Everybody has a part, even the little bitty ones’: Notes on the Social Organization of Yuchi Ceremonialism.” The Florida Anthropologist. 49:121-130.

1992 “Stylistic Differences in the Southeastern Man’s Long Shirt and Ethnic Identity in the Pre-Removal and Removal Period.” Florida Journal of Anthropology. 17:55-58.

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