2007 New Subject Headings in the Social Sciences

2007:List 51 (Dec. 19)

  • Alien labor, Japanese
  • Angkor Archaeological Park (Cambodia)
  • Basketo language
  • Cookery, Lesotho
  • Custodial parents
  • East Indian American physicians
  • Fathers of children with disabilities
  • Folk literature, Puerto Rican
  • Folk poetry, Avaric
  • Hlengwe (African people)
  • Indian high school students
  • Iwabue
  • Iwabue music
  • Lomotwa (African people)
  • Marghi (African people)
  • Minority high school students
  • Navajo drawing
  • Ngata (African people)
  • Nōkan
  • Nōkan music
  • Okpamheri (African people)
  • Plenas
  • Preta Cave (Italy)
  • Proverbs, Khmer
  • Pueblo mural painting and decoration
  • Songs, Masai
  • Songze culture
  • Transgender prisoners
  • Wood sculpture, Ivoirian

2007:List 50 (Dec. 12)

  • Apliki Karamallos Site (Cyprus)
  • Baranof Castle State Historic Site (Sitka, Alaska)
  • Capertee 3 Site (N.S.W.)
  • Chinese tea ceremony
  • Fables, Mongolian
  • Guaiqueri Indians
  • Moguex mythology
  • Power (Social sciences) in motion pictures
  • Proverbs, Nogai
  • Proverbs, Sao Tomean
  • Proverbs, Tat
  • Proverbs, Yakut
  • Social gerontology
  • Social work with Hispanic Americans
  • Songs, Ipili
  • Timpone Motta Site (Italy)
  • Tulipe Site (Ecuador)
  • Veretye culture

2007:List 49 (Dec. 5)

  • Carchemish (Extinct city)
  • Chinese American musicians
  • Epic poetry, Telugu
  • Franco-Americans
  • Lullabies, Mongolian
  • Music therapy for families
  • Phrarātchawang Čhan (Phitsanulok, Thailand)
  • Rocker culture
  • Tai-Kadai languages
  • Tuscarora artists

 

2007:List 48 (Nov. 28)

  • Amish School Shooting, Nickel Mines, Pa., 2006
  • Cowessess Indian Reserve No. 73 (Sask.)
  • Dabous Site (Niger)
  • Daʻjānīyah Site (Jordan)
  • Elaine Race Riot, Elaine, Ark., 1919
  • Folk literature, Mozambican
  • Indian drawing
  • Inupiat art
  • Iroquois Indians in art
  • Kamennai︠a︡ Balka Site (Russia)
  • Male strippers
  • Mueller Site (Cave Creek, Ariz.)
  • Punk culture and art
  • Reserva Kugapakori Nahua (Peru)
  • Riddles, Bantu
  • Riddles, Mozambican
  • Social work with indigenous peoples
  • Tamien Station Site (San Jose, Calif.)
  • Textile fabrics, Chin
  • Tuscarora art

2007:List 47 (Nov. 21)

  • Hallyangmu
  • Kunbi (Indic people)
  • Lullabies, Kurdish
  • Mahadeo Koli (Indic people)
  • Olympos (Turkey : Extinct city)
  • Peschanit︠s︡a Site (Russia)
  • Songs, Mapuche
  • Ubuntu (Philosophy)
  • Women glassworkers

2007:List 46 (Nov. 14)

  • Adiwasi Garasia (Indic people)
  • Adiwasi Garasia language
  • Antisemitism in higher education
  • Berias
  • Chachapoya textile fabrics
  • Chaves-Hummingbird Pueblo Site (N.M.)
  • Death notification
  • Discrimination in self-evaluation
  • Field protocols
  • Protocols, Field
  • Folk songs, Adiwasi Garasia
  • International schools
  • Kayamkhanis
  • Mayapan Site (Mexico)
  • Mixtec ethics
  • Mixtec philosophy
  • Proverbs, Muong
  • Racism in higher education
  • Signified (Linguistics)
  • Violence in video games
  • Women, Chakma
  • Women, Rohingya

2007:List 45 (Nov. 7)

  • African American legislative employees
  • Byllis (Extinct city)
  • Chiricahua art
  • Chiricahua painting
  • Coyote Springs Rockshelter (Nev.)
  • Cuthá Site (Mexico)
  • First responders
  • Hopi artists
  • Indian illustrators
  • Nationalism and collective memory
  • Ori Tahiti (Dance)
  • Puberty rites in art
  • Pueblo boys
  • Sammānīyah
  • Titelberg Site (Luxembourg)

2007:List 44 (Oct. 31)

  • Anarchist artists
  • Basales Site (Greece)
  • Civilization, Ancient, in popular culture
  • Delo language
  • Folk literature, Zarma
  • Folk poetry, Herero
  • Goldwork, Khmer
  • Hizzān (Arab tribe)
  • Höyücek Mound (Turkey)
  • Intersex people in the military
  • Itzpapalotl (Aztec deity)
  • Markiani Site (Greece)
  • Morro de Mezquitilla Site (Spain)
  • Ngāti Hāmua (New Zealand people : Rangitāne ki Te Wairarapa)
  • Ngāti Hikairo (New Zealand people : Ngāti Tūwharetoa ki Tongariro)
  • Photography of immigrants
  • Sculpture, Fon
  • Sculpture, Mumuye
  • Sexism in witchcraft trials
  • Sotho drama
  • Transgender college students
  • Transgender people in the military
  • Zarma literature

2007:List 43 (Oct. 24)

  • Folk songs, Jaunsari
  • Ghazals, Ladino
  • Intersex children
  • Intersexuality in children
  • Overweight teenagers
  • Primate remains (Archaeology)
  • Rugomora Katuruka Site (Tanzania)
  • Sungai Mas Site (Kedah)
  • Tuvinian language
  • Women, Meitheis

2007:List 42 (Oct. 17)

  • Ayakagytma Site (Uzbekistan)
  • Breton Americans
  • Experimental archaeology
  • Gesher Site (Israel)
  • Indigenous films
  • Italian American women governors
  • Jumma (Bangladeshi people)
  • Kazukuru language
  • Lowe Site (Ill.)
  • Loyola Site (French Guiana)
  • Maya roads
  • Mixed-income housing
  • Mythology, Ainu
  • Rural landowners
  • Seli Site (Greece)
  • Sex and popular music
  • Sexual minorities on television
  • Sexual minorities with disabilities
  • Sō̜ sām sāi music
  • Social work with transgender youth
  • Stoner Site (Ill.)
  • Sypniewo Site (Poland)
  • Tar (Drum)
  • Transgenderism on television

2007:List 41 (Oct. 10)

  • Discourse ethics
  • Fables, Lao
  • Incantations, Icelandic
  • Introverts
  • Picture dictionaries, Alyawarra
  • Picture dictionaries, Warumungu
  • Protestant gays
  • Rustad Site (N.D.)
  • Songs, Bengkulu
  • Tebenquiche Chico Site (Argentina)

2007:List 40 (Oct. 4)

  • African American women golfers
  • African American young women
  • Automobile racing fans
  • Babarc Site (Hungary)
  • Butcher-Wyatt Site (N.M.)
  • Chaco astronomy
  • Chaco cosmology
  • Champion “Sur Rosdia” Site (Belgium)
  • Dance, Torres Strait Islander
  • Dos Cabezas Site (Peru)
  • House of the Centennial (Pompeii)
  • Immigrants’ writings, Portuguese American
  • Kordin Site (Malta)
  • Libraries and home schooling
  • Mrui (Burmese people)
  • Parque Eco-Arqueológico Las Cuevas de Talgua (Honduras)
  • Rangitāne ki Te Wairarapa (New Zealand people)
  • Recópolis (Extinct city)
  • Situational awareness
  • Teachers, Aboriginal Australian
  • Tlaltecuhtli (Aztec deity)

2007:List 39 (Sept. 26)

  • Attentional and Interpersonal Style Inventory
  • Beninese
  • Biological children of foster parents
  • Car Dyke (England)
  • Cypriot Americans
  • Dakota painting
  • Diplomatics, Cuneiform
  • Folk songs, Tonga (Nyasa)
  • Folk songs, Tonga (Zambezi)
  • Henry’s Mill Site (Vic.)
  • Hymns, Dingal
  • Hymns, Kannada
  • Hymns, Tulu
  • Memory disorders in children
  • Monte Maranfusa Site (Italy)
  • Mothers of murder victims
  • Shuyūkh Fawqānī, Tall (Syria)
  • Softball for older people
  • Songs, Bamun
  • Songs, Duala
  • Songs, Karen
  • Tossal del Moro Site (Spain)
  • Vardarski Rid Site (Macedonia)
  • Women, Gambaye

2007:List 38 (Sept. 19)

  • African American women cartoonists
  • Baniyas (Nepalese people)
  • Chalkis (Extinct city)
  • Folk literature, Lak
  • Folk literature, Lezgian
  • Gender mainstreaming
  • Khatagin (Mongolian people)
  • Monte Calvo Site (Italy)
  • Songs, Basa
  • Sthālīpāka (Hindu rite)

2007:List 37 (Sept. 12)

  • Abū ʻAwdah (Extinct city)
  • Adar-en-Bukar Site (Mali)
  • Ambum Stone
  • Architecture, Masai
  • Art, Mankon
  • Assiniboine art
  • Buzzard Rock Site (Va.)
  • Čalmn-Varré Site (Russia)
  • Cameron Creek Village Site (N.M.)
  • Cayapa mythology
  • Chirimía music
  • Épailly Site (France)
  • Internet and indigenous peoples
  • Kum Bay Xerel Site (Calif.)
  • Lake Innes House Site (N.S.W.)
  • Lodge Farm Site (St. Osyth, England)
  • Mendandia Site (Spain)
  • Ngāi Tāmanuhiri (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Tokowaru (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Tūwharetoa ki Tongariro (New Zealand people)
  • Parque Eco-Arqueológico Los Naranjos (Honduras)
  • Patuwai (New Zealand people)
  • Picture dictionaries, Twi
  • Pok-ta-pok (Indian game)
  • Proverbs, Tangale
  • Puruha mythology
  • Urpicancha Site (Peru)
  • Vietnamese American artists
  • Yaminawa Indians
  • Zaparo mythology

2007:List 36 (Sept. 5)

  • Bat Chum (Angkor)
  • College sophomores
  • Doctoral students
  • Ethnographic films
  • Folk drama, Marwari
  • Geotourism
  • Marwari drama
  • Ngāti Kinohaku (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Pāhauwera (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Pikiao (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Tahu Matawhaiti (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Te Ata (New Zealand people)
  • Ngāti Urunumia (New Zealand people)
  • Opovo Site (Serbia)
  • Oversley Farm Site (England)
  • Rongowhakaata (New Zealand people)
  • Yukaipa’t Site (Yucaipa, Calif.)

2007:List 35 (Aug. 29)

  • Ambra Rockshelter (Italy)
  • Art, Kxoe
  • Artists, Kxoe
  • Bende language
  • Church work with ex-concentration camp inmates
  • Developmental psychology and motivation
  • Hamburgian culture
  • Iwélen Site (Niger)
  • Nigerian students
  • Observed confidence levels (Statistics)
  • Peña Site (Mexico)
  • Rabīʻah (Arab tribe)
  • Racism in the workplace
  • Rafid (Extinct city)
  • Sexism in political culture
  • Shilha language
  • Tehuelche art
  • Travelers’ writings, Nigerian
  • Vogelherd Cave (Germany)
  • Wogeo language

2007:List 34 (Aug. 22)

  • Aboriginal Australian political activists
  • Ban Khor Sign Language
  • Cookery, Somali
  • Decorative arts, Kalmyk
  • Folk art, Kalmyk
  • Magic paraphernalia
  • Mythology, Kurku
  • Premature death
  • Salto Este Site (Guatemala)
  • September 11 Terrorist Attacks, 2001, in mass media
  • Songs, Kurku
  • Te Tāou (New Zealand people)
  • Television and gays
  • Unaccompanied refugee children
  • Unakoti Site (India)

2007:List 33 (Aug. 15)

  • Bargrennan White Cairn Site (Scotland)
  • Families of the terminally ill
  • Ländler (Dance)
  • Rittergasse 29A Site (Basel, Switzerland)
  • Rugs, Mameluke
  • Sakirabiá mythology

2007:List 32 (Aug. 8)

  • Cải lương
  • Children of transgender parents
  • Decision making in old age
  • Fort McKay Indian Reserve No. 174 (Alta.)
  • Hillat el-Arab Site (Sudan)
  • Hispanic American school principals
  • Painting, Warli
  • Salaspils Laukskola Site (Latvia)
  • Special education schools
  • Transformative learning
  • Transgender parents
  • Women skiers

2007:List 31 (Aug. 1)

[No relevant new headings]

2007:List 30 (July 25)

  • Bishapur (Extinct city)
  • Burmese Americans
  • Dehesa Site (Spain)
  • Kenyan Americans
  • Ma adid (Arab tribe)
  • Mythology, Central African
  • Ossaia Site (Italy)
  • Rock-paper-scissors (Game)
  • Tortuguero Site (Mexico)
  • Tuqan, Tell (Syria)
  • Vardavar

2007:List 29 (July 18)

  • African American environmentalists
  • Asian American musicians
  • Boot fetishism
  • Chor Bakr Site (Uzbekistan)
  • Columbine High School Massacre, Littleton, Colo., 1999
  • Cyberstalking
  • Foot fetishism
  • Jewish women college teachers
  • Macetown Ruins and Historic Reserve (N.Z.)
  • Navajo mural painting and decoration
  • Older Dakota Indians
  • Racism in the social sciences
  • Sakirabia Indians
  • Sakirabia language
  • Shoe fetishism
  • Sock fetishism
  • Textile fabrics, Khmer
  • Tuscarora embroidery
  • Unde Kaili language
  • Virginia Tech Massacre, Blacksburg, Va., 2007

2007:List 28 (July 11)

  • Cerro Tilcajete Site (Mexico)
  • East Asian Americans
  • East Asians
  • Gay flight attendants
  • Gay physical education teachers
  • Geodemographics
  • Hariharalaya (Extinct city)
  • Heterosexism in child welfare
  • HIV-positive heterosexuals
  • Homophobia in child welfare
  • Homophobia in physical education
  • Lesbian physical education teachers
  • May-December romances
  • Optimism in children
  • Place attachment
  • Sexual minority religious leaders
  • Social work with older sexual minorities
  • Social work with sexual minority youth
  • Songs, Nyanja
  • South Asian American teenagers
  • Vietnamese diaspora
  • Women, Asmat
  • Women, Yi

2007:List 27 (July 5)

  • Folk poetry, Khanty
  • Folk poetry, Mansi
  • Names, Dargwa
  • Women orange industry workers

2007:List 26 (June 27)

  • Bolivian Americans
  • Church work with youth with social disabilities
  • Cornish Americans
  • Crastoeiro Site (Mondim de Basto, Portugal)
  • Ethnocentrism in art
  • Hambach 512 Site (Niederzier, Germany)
  • Hambach 516 Site (Niederzier, Germany)
  • House of the Silver Wedding (Pompeii)
  • Jackson-Everson Site (N.Y.)
  • Maxims, Nigerian
  • Merchant mariners’ spouses
  • Obaluaie (Afro-Brazilian deity)
  • Petroglyph National Monument (N.M.)
  • Proverbs, Ethiopian
  • Santinha Site (Amares, Portugal)
  • Tai t“
  • Talieng (Laotian people)

2007:List 25 (June 20)

  • Alu Kurumba (Indic people)
  • Bazi, Tall (Syria)
  • Chipewyan art
  • Indian school children
  • Insanity defense
  • Intersex people
  • Kaunos (Extinct city)
  • Las Capas Site (Ariz.)
  • Metis artists
  • Metis beadwork
  • Metis women artists
  • Mothers of children with disabilities
  • Navajo rugs
  • Proverbs, Bube
  • Quechua calendar
  • Teton calendar
  • Women beadworkers

2007:List 24 (June 13)

  • Aggressive driving
  • Cairnderry Site (Scotland)
  • Children of blue collar workers
  • Christian transgender people
  • Newlyweds
  • Nonbiological fathers
  • Nydam Site (Denmark)
  • Oshosi (Yoruba deity)
  • Pintada Rockshelter (N.M.)
  • Pozo Moro Site (Spain)
  • Religion and civil society
  • Social work with transgender people
  • Transgender people
  • Transgender youth
  • Transgenderism
  • Women drug addicts

2007:List 23 (June 6)

  • Ambrona Site (Spain)
  • Bark painting, Kwoma
  • Bhajans, Kashmiri
  • Bush Hill Plantation Site (S.C.)
  • Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale
  • Eshu (Afro-Caribbean deity)
  • Eskimo embroidery
  • Kharam (Indic people)
  • Lalia (African people)
  • Mbugwe (African people)
  • Meta language (Cameroon)
  • Middle class African Americans
  • Millares Site (Spain)
  • Miri (African people)
  • Moghamo (African people)
  • Mole Lake Indian Reservation (Wis.)
  • Musey (African people)
  • Navajo decoration and ornament
  • Oba (Yoruba deity)
  • Oberneder Cave (Germany)
  • Obi-Rakhmat Site (Uzbekistan)
  • Proverbs, Bikol
  • Proverbs, Crimean Tatar
  • Proverbs, Musey
  • Proverbs, Wolayta
  • Sakyas
  • Sena (African people)
  • Sex scandals
  • Songs, Arakanese
  • Tenyidie dialect
  • Toquima Cave (Nev.)
  • Ulana Site (Humada, Spain)
  • Widekum (African people)
  • Wolayta (African people)
  • Women, Mbugwe
  • Xindili Site (Wanli Cun, China)
  • Yemaja (Yoruba deity)
  • Yewa (Yoruba deity)
  • Yo’okop Site (Mexico)
  • Yumuktepe (Mersin, Icel Ili, Turkey)

2007:List 22 (May 30)

  • Children of rabbis
  • Forum Novum (Extinct city)
  • Men and literature
  • Suvedis
  • Women motion picture editors

2007:List 21 (May 23)

  • Female circumcision in literature
  • Human cloning in mass media
  • Indian Removal, 1813-1903
  • Indian sculptors
  • Inscriptions, Pyu (Burma)
  • Jainism and education
  • Ketagalan (Taiwan people)
  • Korriraju (Indic people)
  • Narangga language
  • Naturally occurring retirement communities
  • Rohilla (Indic people)
  • Songs, Mon
  • Sunwatch Site (Dayton, Ohio)
  • Women authors, Ugandan
  • Women daredevils
  • Women taxicab drivers
  • Yaqui masks

2007:List 20 (May 16)

  • Kastri Site (Greece)
  • Lesbianism on television
  • National characteristics, East Asian, in motion pictures
  • Prints, Papua New Guinean

2007:List 19 (May 9)

  • Agriculture and the arts
  • England–Civilization–Czech influences
  • Fort Hoskins Site (Or.)
  • Ganj Dareh Site (Iran)
  • Hypertext fiction
  • Jealousy in motion pictures
  • Mu (Legendary place)
  • Old Town Ruin (N.M.)
  • Older Muslims
  • Parents of racially mixed children
  • Transnationalism in literature
  • Venado Site (Colombia)
  • West North Central States

2007:List 18 (May 2)

  • Beowulf (Legendary character)
  • Cookery, Indic–Konkan style
  • Dew harvesting
  • Dun Ailinn Site (Ireland)
  • Elliptical trainers
  • Energy medicine
  • Fantasy gamers
  • Grendel (Legendary character)
  • Ongota language
  • Prehistoric Trackways National Monument (N.M.)
  • Saint Gregory’s Hill Site (England)
  • Toro Cave (Spain)
  • Travelers’ writings, South African (English)
  • Women fantasy gamers

2007:List 17 (Apr. 25)

  • Ambiguity in science
  • Armor, Scythian
  • Art pottery, Slovenian
  • Balfarg Site (Scotland)
  • Cerro Baul Site (Peru)
  • Chaika (Extinct city)
  • Cham-Sankt Andreas Site (Switzerland)
  • Chatalka Site (Bulgaria)
  • Chollerpark Site (Switzerland)
  • Culture diffusion in literature
  • Easter Bunny
  • Font-Rase Site (France)
  • Gender identity in the theater
  • Homosexuality and theater
  • Identity (Psychology) in architecture
  • Kiela (Game)
  • Koguryo language
  • Kurzenbettli Site (Augst, Switzerland)
  • Kuturbulak Site (Uzbekistan)
  • Morett Site (Mexico)
  • Morris Site 1 (N.M.)
  • Mural painting and decoration, Haitian
  • Ngai Takoto (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Hui (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Koro (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Ranginui (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Rangiteaorere (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Rangitihi (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Rora (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Tairi (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Tuera (New Zealand people)
  • Old Deseret Village (Salt Lake City, Utah)
  • Outsider artists
  • Sahelanthropus tchadensis
  • Sandbur Site (Tex.)
  • Sex role in the theater
  • Tereco (Cult)
  • Trique mythology
  • Vijayanagara (Extinct city)
  • Weapons, Scythian
  • Women, Kasem
  • Yazoo Indians

2007:List 16 (Apr. 18)

  • Cacahuamilpa Cavern (Mexico)
  • Disappeared persons’ families
  • Emai dialect
  • Emai-Iuleha-Ora language
  • Esan language
  • Hangaza language
  • Jurema (Cult)
  • Oku (African people)
  • Ora dialect
  • Rereahu (New Zealand people)
  • Scouting (Youth activity)
  • Self-consciousness (Awareness)
  • Self-consciousness (Sensitivity)
  • Torre di Satriano Site (Italy)
  • Vunjo language

2007:List 15 (Apr. 11)

  • Advertising in popular culture
  • African American Heritage Trail of Martha’s Vineyard (Mass.)
  • Antankarana (Malagasy people)
  • Bangolan language
  • Boringholm Site (Denmark)
  • Budu language
  • Children’s songs, Kikuyu
  • Children’s stories, Telugu
  • Dogose language
  • Dyan (African people)
  • Kiowa Five (Group of artists)
  • Lamnso’ language
  • Lika language
  • Mayogo language
  • Mernyang (African people)
  • Multiculturalism in advertising
  • Nsei (African people)
  • Ntem (African people)
  • Picture dictionaries, Kamilaroi
  • Picture dictionaries, Yualyai
  • Rupini (Indic people)
  • Saynday (Legendary character)
  • Uruk culture
  • White Fish Lake Indian Reserve No. 128 (Alta.)
  • Wulguru language
  • Zombo (African people)

2007:List 14 (Apr. 4)

  • Child sex offenders
  • Maccaretolo Site (Italy)
  • Megalo Nisi Galanis (Greece)
  • Mexican American dance
  • Molleholmen Site (Sweden)
  • Parsee cookery
  • Wareswald Site (Germany)

2007:List 13 (Mar. 28)

  • Beit Mirsim, Tell
  • Chinese skullcap
  • Font-Belle Site (France)
  • Gonur Site (Turkmenistan)
  • Hopi law
  • Indian captivities in motion pictures
  • Indoor air quality
  • Internet videos
  • Mbo (Congolese (Democratic Republic) people)
  • Milk in human nutrition
  • Women Indianists

2007:List 12 (Mar. 21)

  • African Americans in the mass media industry
  • Argobba (African people)
  • Arpilleras
  • Child psychotherapists
  • Erre language
  • Giimbiyu languages
  • Local foods
  • Marri Amu (Australian people)
  • Marri Amu language
  • Marri Ngarr language
  • Mengerrdji language
  • Mexican Mafia
  • Minority families

2007:List 11 (Mar. 14)

  • Aboriginal Australians in medicine
  • Agemo (Yoruba deity)
  • Ayalan Cemetery Site (Ecuador)
  • Big Brother television programs
  • Clactonian culture
  • Fugitive slave communities
  • Gay psychiatrists
  • Giribaldi Site (Nice, France)
  • Hijacking of buses
  • Hispanic American pioneers
  • Huaca Prieta Site (Peru)
  • Judaism and culture
  • Long-term employees
  • Miniota Site (Man.)

2007:List 10 (Mar. 7)

  • Brentwood Library Site (Tenn.)
  • Female infanticide
  • Menominee children
  • Quantitative research
  • Nanmuyuan Site (China)
  • Nuestra Familia (Gang)
  • Panr I Site (Pakistan)
  • Quechua cookery
  • Quilombos
  • Riddles, Mixtec
  • Soto Site (Trigueros, Spain)
  • Sports emergencies
  • Suicide and literature
  • Uto-Kulm Site (Switzerland)
  • Winiama (African people)

2007:List 09 (Feb. 28)

  • Alaska Native corporations
  • Creole dialects, Malay
  • Gender-based analysis
  • Indian potters
  • Indian women wood-carvers
  • Kuykendall Site (Ariz.)
  • Maria language (India)
  • Mexican American women labor leaders
  • Muaupoko (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Maniapoto (New Zealand people)
  • Ngati Raukawa (New Zealand people)
  • Ngbaka language
  • Northern Khmer language
  • Page-Ladson Site (Fla.)
  • Ready meals
  • Singpho language
  • Te Arawa (New Zealand people)
  • Te Ati Awa (New Zealand people)
  • Te Pahipoto (New Zealand people)

2007:List 08 (Feb. 21)

  • Evolution in motion pictures
  • Evolution on television
  • Reciprocity (Psychology)
  • Reddys
  • Saints-Come-et-Damien Site (Montpellier, France)
  • San Jose de Moro Site (Peru)
  • Schoolgirls
  • Songs, Ngaju
  • Sustainable living

2007:List 07 (Feb. 14)

  • Abu an Ni aj, Tall (Jordan)
  • Border crossing
  • Border security
  • Border stations
  • Communication in sports
  • Dance, Aboriginal Australian
  • Ex-drug addicts
  • Giay (Asian people)
  • Naman language (Vanuatu)
  • Navajo arts
  • Sagebrush steppe ecology
  • Schoolboys
  • Souvannakhomkham (Extinct city)
  • Speech and gesture
  • Tang-ki worship
  • Transborder ethnic groups
  • University Indian Ruin (Ariz.)

2007:List 06 (Feb. 7)

  • African American women in popular culture
  • Chitimacha baskets
  • Kenyan Sign Language
  • Milan (Kurdish tribe)
  • Murray Springs Clovis Site (Ariz.)
  • Riddles, Czech
  • Seneca philosophy
  • Tara Site (Ireland)
  • Tomb of Perneb (Saqqarah, Egypt)

2007: List 05 (Jan. 31)

  • Ayiwo language
  • Carougets Site (Switzerland)
  • Civilization, Dacian
  • Communication in ecology
  • Folk poetry, Tulu
  • Galeya language
  • Internal migrants
  • Kelabit language
  • Mladec Caves (Czech Republic)
  • Numic mythology
  • Puig Roig del Roget Site (Masroig, Spain)
  • Santa Anna Site (Castellvell, Spain)
  • Stockholm syndrome
  • Unaccompanied immigrant children

2007:List 04 (Jan. 24)

  • Anyang language
  • Castillo de Curiel Site (Spain)
  • Human trafficking victims
  • Identification (Religion)
  • Lothal Site (India)
  • Mbya baskets
  • Nyuswa (African people)
  • Panjiriyarava (Indic people)
  • Santes Masses Site (Spain)
  • Self-actualization (Psychology) in women
  • Sexism in anthropology
  • Yerava (Indic people)

2007:List 03 (Jan. 17)

  • Apma language
  • Bananas in popular culture
  • Baram language
  • Chinese Americans and mass media
  • Conques Cave (France)
  • Crow Village Site (Alaska)
  • Eagledale Ferry Dock Site (Wash.)
  • Goajiro children
  • Kickboxing aerobics
  • Mass media and theater
  • Nocte (Indic people)
  • Siguenza Site (Spain)
  • Tsepi Site (Greece)
  • Tutsa (Indic people)

2007:List 02 (Jan. 10)

  • Bronzes, Urartian
  • Chao Samartin Site (Spain)
  • Clothing and dress–Law and legislation
  • Inscriptions, Hungarian
  • Kamia women
  • Language and color
  • Language and smell
  • Paipai women
  • Pitia Site (Venezuela)

2007:List 01 (Jan. 3)

  • Bright Angel Site (Ariz.)
  • Cerro Blanco Site (Peru)
  • Chalice Well (Glastonbury, England)
  • Cherbourg Aboriginal Reserve (Qld.)
  • Chiriguano mythology
  • Color in visual communication
  • Dhuns
  • Emotion-focused therapy
  • Indigenous art
  • Inuit in art
  • Isbister Site (Scotland)
  • Khezha (Indic people)
  • Kyzyl dialect
  • Lowry Pueblo Ruins (Colo.)
  • Minanha Site (Belize)
  • Pitted Ware culture
  • Pottery, Philistine
  • Puech Haut Site (France)
  • Punkuri Site (Peru)
  • Tungusic peoples
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