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Household Enculturation Rituals through Plastering Activities at Neolithic
Çatalhöyük, Turkey,” in Archaeology of
Childhood, Güner Coşkunsu (editor), SUNY Press, Buffalo, New York. Peer
Implications of Neolithic Foundation Deposits and the Possibility of Child Sacrifice:
A Case Study at Çatalhöyük, Turkey, pp 57-88 in Sacred Killing: The Archaeology of Sacrifice in the Ancient Near
East. Anne Porter and Glenn Schwartz
(eds). Eisenbrauns: Winona Lake, Indiana. Peer Reviewed
2012 Indigenous Dolls and Figurines: Where
Sacred and Social Worlds Merge, in The
Intellectual and Spiritual Expression of Non-Literate Societies. Proceedings of the XVI World Congress of
the International Union of Prehistoric and Proto-historic Sciences, Florianopolis,
Brazil, 4-10 September 2011, Volume 1. Emmanuel Anati, Luiz Oosterbeek,
Federico Mailland (eds). British
Archaeological Reports (BAR) S2360 2012, Archaeopress, UK Peer
2012 Review: Visualizing the Sacred: Cosmic
Visions, Regionalism and the Art of the Mississippian World. George E.
Lankford, F. Kent Reilly III and James F. Garber (eds.) University of Texas
2011 Ethnohistorical Archaeology: Tom Yawkey
Wildlife Center and the Hume Slave Street Research Project in South Carolina Antiquities: Notes from the
Field. Vol. 43: 81-82
2008 Çatalhöyük’s Foundation Burials: Ritual
Child Sacrifice or Convenient Deaths? In Proceedings
of the XV World Congress UISPP: Babies Reborn: Infant/Child Burials in Pre- and
Protohistory. Krum Bacvarov (ed.), Cover Illustration also by Sharon K.
Moses; Lisbon 4-9, September 2006; Vol
24, Oxford: British Archaeological Reports (BAR) International Series #1832.
2006 Children and Childhood in Tradition and
Ritual at Çatalhöyük in Topraktan Sonsuzluğa
– From Earth to Eternity. Pp 179-184, Yapi Kredi Cultural Activities, Arts
& Publishing, Istanbul Museum Special Exhibits Publication.
of Neolithic Çatalhöyük. 2004 Catalhoyuk Project Archive Report, http://www.catalhoyuk.com. Article
illustrated by author.
1998 Effects of Dominant Hegemony on the
Ethnogenesis of Contemporary Native American Identity. Northwest Anthropological Research Notes, Vol. 32, No. 2, Pp.
163-172. Peer Reviewed