2011 New Subject Headings in the Social Sciences

2011:List 24 (September 19th)

      • Ambleside Roman Fort Site (Oldham,England)
      • Amuzgo pottery
      • Architecture, Dogon
      • Banī Shahr (Arab tribe)
      • Banū Khālid (Arab tribe)
      • Basa language
      • Borneo gibbon
      • Camel Site (Israel)
      • Child slaves
      • Choctaw art
      • Chotuna-Chornancap Site (Peru)
      • Developmentally disabled youth
      • Diaguita art
      • Fuente Nueva 3 Site (Spain)
      • Haltonchesters Roman Fort Site (England)
      • Inuit handicraft industries
      • Ipiutak Site (Point Hope, Alaska)
      • Mbalax (Music)
      • Munchaktepa Site (Uzbekistan)
      • Nikitin Site (Novgorod, Russia)
      • Olmec cosmology
      • Prostitution (Jewish law)
      • Putijarra language
      • Pyen (Burmese people)
      • Pyen language
      • Rutan (Kurdish tribe)
      • San Genesio (Extinct city)
      • Siraya language
      • Strickhof/Mur Site (Switzerland)
      • Tahtacis (Turkic people)
      • Tansoksa (Sanch’ŏng-gun, Korea)
      • Tarahumara cosmology
      • Tarahumara mythology
      • Teishebaini (Extinct city)
      • Women, Tswana
      • Youth with autism spectrum disorders

2011:List 23 (August 15th)

      • Arts, Ngaanyatjarra
      • Blind students
      • Camp à Challignac Site (France)
      • Central Melanau language
      • Chru (Vietnamese people)
      • Church work with people with social disabilities
      • Cocopa Indians
      • Dar Daju Daju language
      • ʻEn Nashut Site (Golan Heights)
      • Gamkonora (Indonesian people)
      • Gamkonora language
      • Grimspound Site (England)
      • Hausa (African people)
      • HIV-positive persons
      • Hoti language
      • Indian silversmiths
      • Integrational linguistics  (Berlin school)
      • ntegrational linguistics (Oxford school)
      • Khirbet Dikke Site (Golan Heights)
      • Koyaga (African people)
      • Logba language (Ghana)
      • Mangati (African people)
      • Marka (Burkinabe and Malian people)
      • Masacali Indians
      • Masks, Marka (Burkinabe and Malian people)
      • Mateo Salado Site (Peru)
      • Names, Uspanteca
      • Ngazija dialect
      • Nudism
      • Nudists
      • Nyaturu (African people)
      • Parents of blind children
      • Parents of deaf children
      • Parents of deafblind children
      • Pasto art
      • Preaching to African Americans
      • Pyrgos-Mavroraki Site (Cyprus)
      • Qāniʼ Site (Yemen)
      • Quapaw Indians
      • Rumor in mass media
      • Saʻad Site (Jordan)
      • Sahu language
      • Sahu languages
      • Social host liability
      • Sociolinguistics
      • Songs, Garifuna
      • Soninke (African people)
      • Soninke language
      • Souskiou-Vathyrkakas Site (Cyprus)
      • Tlapanec Indians
      • Umm al-Biyara Site (Jordan)

2011:List 22  (July 15th)

      • Adulterers
      • Adultresses
      • African-American women track and athletes
      • Aleuts
      • Antilleans
      • Applied ethnomusicology
      • Arthribis (Extinct ity)
      • Bal’amah Site (West Bank)
      • Beech Creek Site (Wash.)
      • Beycesultan Site (Turkey)
      • Bilancino Site (Italy)
      • Bisharin (African people)
      • Block parties
      • Bowes Roman Fort Site (Bowes, England)
      • Central Mnông language
      • Chanchona (Music)
      • Cooking, Gabon
      • Cooking, Indic-Konkan style
      • Criminal investigation (Islamic law)
      • Cumbia (Music)
      • Discrimination against overweight persons
      • Fang literature
      • Folk literature, Sao Tomean
      • Folk poetry, Gabon
      • Gabonese
      • Gender expression
      • Golden Rock Site (Netherlands Antilles)
      • Hamoukar, Tell (Syria)
      • Health Belief Model
      • Hopi yellow ware
      • Human engineering
      • Ibanag language
      • Indian astronauts
      • Indian whalers
      • Iranun language
      • Jupda Indians
      • Kala-i Kakhkakha Site (Tajikistan)
      • Kelon language
      • Kukatja language
      • Lease Rigg Roman Fort Site (England)
      • Makossa (Music)
      • Male quiltmakers
      • Mandingo language
      • Mandjildjara dialect
      • Mmaala language
      • Mythology, Entsy
      • Ndut language
      • Nomaante language
      • Norn dialect
      • Omrit Site (Israel)
      • Papiamento
      • Physical-appearance-based bias
      • Pintupi dialect
      • Sculpture, Gabon
      • Selhurst Park Farm Site (England)
      • Sex role
      • Sherente Indians
      • Shuswap art
      • Shuswap Indians
      • Sibling attachment
      • Terra Indígena do Pradinho (Brazil)
      • Tsogo literature
      • Tswana (African people)
      • Tulūl Khaṭāb Site (Iraq)
      • Western desert language
      • Wolof language
      • Womanizers
      • Women, Male (African people)
      • Wood sculpture, Gabon
      • Wood sculpture, Thai
      • Xavante language
      • Yangben language
      • Zialo language

2011:List 21  (June 20th)

      • ʻAin Ghazal Site (Jordan)
      • Akwa language (Congo (Brazzaville))
      • Botswanans
      • Christian scholars
      • Cottam (Extinct city)
      • Folk drama, Tagalog
      • Gays in mass media
      • Jewish women athletes
      • Kaleung (Southeast Asian people)
      • Kragehul Site (Denmark)
      • Kwanja (African people)
      • Mastos Hill Site (Greece)
      • Mediation therapy for teenagers
      • Prosecution (International law)
      • Proverbs, Altai
      • Semar (Javanese mythology)
      • Shinto dance
      • Songs, Chamorro
      • Targeted killing
      • Targeted killing (International law)
      • Tomboys
      • Women poets, Pushto

2011:List 20 (May 18th)

      • Awlad Ali (Arab people)
      • Criminal investigation (International law)
      • Defense (International criminal procedure)
      • Evidence, Criminal (International law)
      • Folk drama, Bhojpuri
      • Folk drama, Philippine
      • Genocide (International law)
      • Hát then (Rite)
      • Hdi (African people)
      • Human trafficking (International law)
      • Lên đò̂ng (Rite)
      • Terrorism (International law)

2011:List 19 (May 11th)

      • Arcóbriga (Extinct city)
      • Bashada (African people)
      • Bathampton Down Site (England)
      • Bric San Vito Site (Italy)
      • Mmaala language
      • Navajo youth
      • Remo (African people)
      • Taurini
      • Transgender athletes
      • Women Olympic athletes
      • Zambians

2011:List 18 (May 4th)

      • Barkhatov culture
      • Cancuén Site (Guatemala)
      • Children’s poetry, Achinese
      • Colo (Gorilla)
      • Cotehouse Farm Site (Stoke on Trent, England)
      • Hawaiian teenagers
      • Indian dentists
      • Marsoulas Cave (France)
      • Pryssgården Site (Sweden)
      • Religious discrimination
      • Santuario di Minerva (Breno, Italy)
      • Senuwar Site (India)
      • Travelers’ writings, Hebrew
      • Travelers’ writings, Peruvian
      • Wood sculpture, Micronesian
      • Zuni painting

2011:List 17 (April 27th)

      • Blackbeck Gunpowder Works Site (England)
      • Conjoined twins (Islamic law)
      • Cursus Barrow Group (England)
      • Hispanic American HIV‑positive women
      • Kouya language
      • Mazagway language
      • Moloko language
      • Normanton Down Site (England)
      • Nyamwanga language
      • Vidunda language

2011:List 16 (April 20th)

      • Adele language (Kwa)
      • Assimilation (Sociology) in motion pictures
      • Awing language
      • Bruixes Cave (Spain)
      • Cuvok language
      • Elip language
      • Korean sign language
      • Lambadi (Indic people)
      • Merey language
      • Ruborough Camp Site (England)
      • Scribla Site (Italy)
      • Tháp Bà Nha Trang (Vietnam)
      • Tomba dei demoni alati (Sovana, Italy)
      • Women, Adygei

2011:List 15 (April 13th)

      • Arabana (Australian people)
      • Babanki language
      • Kanyok language
      • Kaxuyana Indians
      • Tavole Palatine (Metapontum : Temple)

2011:List 14 (April 6th)

      • African American checker players
      • Arab‑Israeli conflict (Islamic law)
      • Aymara art
      • Brentor Site (England)
      • Brickkiln Wood Site (England)
      • Cuban American children
      • Dominican American printmakers
      • Durrington Firs Site (England)
      • Farmana Site (Farmāna Khās, India)
      • Jewish philanthropists
      • Jewish women philanthropists
      • Male college athletes
      • Male cross‑country runners
      • Mariachi musicians
      • Muslim actresses
      • Oatlands Palace Site (England)
      • Preutești‑Haltă Site (Romania)
      • Songs, Hopi
      • Songs, Lango (Uganda)
      • Songs, Navajo
      • Songs, Ojibwa
      • Songs, Passamaquoddy
      • Songs, Seminole
      • Songs, Tewa
      • Songs, Zuni
      • Surt Site (Libya)
      • Women professional employees

2011:List 13 (March 30th)

      • Aleut basket makers
      • Aleut women basket makers
      • Assyrian Church of the East members
      • Church of the East members
      • Church of the East monasticism and religious orders
      • Lake Down Site (England)
      • Marble sculpture, Britis
      • Military morale
      • Missions to Assyrian Church of the East members
      • Missions to Church of the East members
      • National characteristics, Montenegrin
      • Romblomanon language
      • Unua language
      • Women in the Puranas
      • Women sportscasters

2011:List 12 (March 23rd)

      • Ausewell Wood Site (England)
      • Borsippa (Extinct city)
      • Children of illegal aliens
      • Effeminacy
      • Faragola Site (Italy)
      • Folk dancing, Sundanese
      • Harassment in the military
      • Hispanic American churches
      • Kimaragang language
      • Mennonite youth
      • Mon language
      • Olympic athletes
      • Refugees (Islamic law)
      • Speech perception in older people
      • Trebbio Site (Italy)
      • Unitarian Universalist sexual minorities
      • Unkechaug Indians
      • Women harpsichordists
      • Zialo language

2011:List 11 (March 16th)

      • Aarqa, Tallet (Lebanon)
      • Higher Castles Site (England)
      • J.B. White Site (Tex.)
      • Krache language
      • Kulung language (Nigeria)
      • Maya wood sculpture
      • Merkity (Mongolian people)
      • National characteristics, Ivoirian
      • Nørre Hedegård Site (Denmark)
      • Oldbury Castle Site (England)
      • Psychic trauma in music
      • Rooks Castle Site (England)
      • Social norms in art
      • Vigna Parrocchiale Site (Cerveteri, Italy)
      • Women opera producers and directors
      • Wood sculpture, Central American
      • Zargari (Secret language)

2011:List 10 (March 9th)

      • Creek Site (Calif.)
      • Art, Guadeloupe
      • Assenede Castle Site (Assenede, Belgium)
      • Chinese American churches
      • Chinese American clergy
      • Dȯrvȯd (Mongolian people)
      • Dȯrvȯd dialect
      • Grupa Ładnie (Group of artists)
      • Korean American churches
      • Korean American clergy
      • Online identity theft
      • Rathgall Site (Ireland)
      • Shrinking cities

2011:List 09 (March 2nd)

      • Chimu sculpture
      • Church work with internal migrants
      • Exiled dancers
      • Exiled women dancers
      • Folk dancing, Armenian
      • Graham Cave (Mo.)
      • Kulung (Nigerian people)
      • Marba language
      • Narrative painting, Mexican
      • Nursing home patients’ families
      • Shipwreck survival
      • Tamassos (Extinct city)
      • West Indians in motion pictures
      • Women authors, Sri Lankan

2011:List 08 (Feb. 23rd)

      • Allianoi (Extinct city)
      • Autism spectrum disorders in children
      • Barrata Site (Italy)
      • Childfree choice
      • Children with autism spectrum disorders
      • Gortys (Extinct city)
      • Gossip in the workplace
      • Internet and immigrants
      • Jewish gauchos
      • Miskito literature
      • Miskito poetry
      • Montegibbio di Sassuolo Site (Italy)
      • Muslim prisoners
      • Ngāti Hikairo (New Zealand people : Tainui)
      • Ngāti Ira (New Zealand people : Te Whakatōhea)
      • Ngāti Paoa (New Zealand people)
      • Ngāti Parewaeono (New Zealand people)
      • Ngāti Parewahawaha (New Zealand people)
      • Ngāti Rehua (New Zealand people)
      • Ngāti Rongo (New Zealand people : Ngāi Tūhoe)
      • Slusegård Site (Denmark)
      • Songs, Susu

2011:List 07 (Feb. 16th)

      • Access to knowledge movement
      • Civil religious hierarchies
      • Cobaría law
      • Folk literature, Hazaragi
      • Girl evangelists
      • Henga (African people)
      • Khotogoĭd (Mongolian people)
      • Malayans (Indic people)
      • Prejudices in mass media
      • Russian American artists
      • Shortlands Lane Site (Cullompton, England)
      • Women, Gallong
      • Zhongba Site (China)

2011:List 06 (Feb. 9th)

      • Alaska Native mythology
      • Beisamoun Site (Israel)
      • Dust Cave (Ala.)
      • Folk dancing, East European
      • Folk songs, Avaric
      • Gay figure skaters
      • Hora (Dance)
      • Isleños
      • Kapitan Dimitrievo Site (Bulgaria)
      • Names, Kasem
      • Petjo language
      • Sher (Dance)
      • Vistad Site (Sweden)

2011:List 05 (Feb. 2nd)

      • Arjān (Extinct city)
      • Aziz Dheri Site (Pakistan)
      • Folk literature, Central Asian
      • International criminal law
      • Inuit arts
      • Kongwangshan Site (China)
      • Oedenburg Site (Haut Rhin, France)
      • Songs, Aduma
      • Songs, Chewa
      • Songs, Ndau
      • Songs, Ruund
      • Songs, Sena
      • Songs, Tsonga
      • Songs, Xhosa
      • Transphobia in the military

2011:List 04 (Jan. 26th)

      • African American middle school teachers
      • Baris (Dance)
      • Broca’s area
      • Capo Alfiere Site (Italy)
      • Catastrophizing
      • Coldharbour Farm Site (Crowmarsh Gifford, England)
      • Dīnavar (Extinct city)
      • Eskimo drawing
      • Immigrants’ spouses
      • Italian American Protestants
      • Jumūʻīyah (Arab people)
      • Miranduolo Site (Italy)
      • Mzimela (African people)
      • Pain catastrophizing
      • Polizzello Site (Italy)
      • Surel (Nepalese people)
      • Terena children

2011:List 03 (Jan. 19th)

      • Bissa language
      • Chinlon (Game)
      • Chʻunaengchŏn (Dance)
      • Duri language
      • Kumawat Kshatriyas
      • Polish American criminals
      • Rajrājah (Berber people)
      • Tsattine cosmology

2011:List 02 (Jan. 12th)

      • Belonging (Social psychology)
      • Chak 86 Mound (India)
      • Children of miners
      • Gault Site (Tex.)
      • Haid Site (Austria)
      • Hauterive/Rouges Terres Site (Switzerland)
      • Immigrant youth
      • Jaaukanigás Wetland (Argentina)
      • Manda language (Dravidian)
      • Moray Site (Peru)
      • Rgyalrong language
      • Runaway women
      • Via D’Azeglio Site (Bologna, Italy)
      • Wellington Quarry Site (England)
      • Yakha (South Asian people)

2011:List 01 (Jan. 5th)

    • African American private investigators
    • Children of internal migrants
    • Chilkat blankets
    • Deaf culture
    • Gorani (European people)
    • Hispanic American healers
    • Jetavana Stupa and Monastery Site(Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka)
    • Jewish police officers
    • Luso Americans
    • Molpa Site (Calif.)
    • People Quotient Scale
    • Post apartheid depression