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Submissions from 2011

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Policy analysts in the bureaucracy revisited: The nature of professional policy work in contemporary government, Michael Howlett and Adam Wellstead

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Policy analytical capacity in changing governance contexts: A structural equation model (SEM) study of contemporary canadian policy work, Adam Wellstead, Richard C. Stedman, and Michael Howlett

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Rehydration/rehydroxylation kinetics of reheated XIX-century Davenport (Utah) ceramic, Timothy Scarlett, Patrick Bowen, Jaroslaw W. Drelich, and Helen J. Ranck

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Why we disagree about assisted migration: Ethical implications of a key debate regarding the future of Canada's forests, I. Aubin, C. M. Garbe, S. Colombo, C. R. Drever, D. W. McKenney, C. Messier, J. Pedlar, M. A. Saner, L. Venier, Adam Wellstead, R. Winder, E. Witten, and C. Ste-Marie

Submissions from 2010

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Aconcio at Berwick: Importing the trace italienne into England, 1560, Steven A. Walton

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Island world: A history of Hawai`i and the United States. By Gary Okihiro, Carol MacLennan

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Pearl Harbor's waters: Capture, enclosure, and national security, Carol MacLennan

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Policy capacity and incapacity in canada's federal government, Adam Wellstead and Richard Stedman

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Theophrastus onLyngurium– Medieval and renaissance lore from the classical lapidary tradition, Steven A. Walton

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Using environmental history to understand sustainability: The case of Silver City, NM, Carol MacLennan and Christa Walck

Submissions from 2009

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Review: Structures of change in the mechanical age: Technological innovation in the United States, 1790-1865. Johns Hopkins studies in the history of technology by Ross Thomson, Steven A. Walton

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The diary of the setting-out of the West Point foundry, Steven A. Walton

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The militarization of Hawai'i's lands and waters, Carol MacLennan

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Two seasons of excavation at the 1865 office building at scenic Hudson's West Point foundry preserve, Timothy Scarlett

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What if the local is exotic and the imported mundane? Measuring ceramic exchanges in Mormon Utah, Timothy Scarlett

Submissions from 2008

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Hawai’i’s industrialized ecology: The power of corporate sugar, Carol MacLennan

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Plantation payday: A research note, Carol MacLennan

Submissions from 2007

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Analysis of historic latter-day saint pottery glazes by laser ablation—Inductively coupled plasma—Mass spectrometry, Timothy Scarlett, Nicole C. Little, Robert J. Speakman, Michael D. Glascock, and Christopher W. Merritt

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How mining, ranching, and the state changed the landscape of southwestern New Mexico, 1850-2005, Carol MacLennan

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Kilauea sugar plantation in 1912: A snapshot, Carol MacLennan

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Pottery in the Mormon economy: An historical, archaeological, and archaeometric study, Timothy Scarlett, Robert J. Speakman, and Michael D. Glascock

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Teaching the archaeology of the African diaspora and its consequences: Thoughts about entangling education, Timothy Scarlett

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Wai: Indigenous water, industrial water in Hawai`i, Carol MacLennan

Submissions from 2006

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Bricks and an evolving industrial landscape: The West Point foundry and New York's hudson river valley, Timothy Scarlett, Jeremy Rahn, and Daniel Scott

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Globalizing flowscapes and the historical archaeology of the Mormon domain, Timothy Scarlett

Submissions from 2005

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Corruption in corporate America: Enron--before and after, Carol MacLennan

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Industrial heritage of copper mining in New Mexico, Carol MacLennan

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Invasive industries: An eco-industrial history of 19th vcntury Hawai’i, Carol MacLennan

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Mortice or Tenon: Medieval woodworking in craft treatises, Steven A. Walton

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Transforming space over time: A Leopoldian look at the impact of mining and ranching on southwestern New Mexico, 1700-2000, Carol MacLennan and Christa Walck

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Water and the law in Hawaii. By L. Miike, Carol MacLennan

Submissions from 2004

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The mark of sugar. Hawai'i's eco-industrial heritage, Carol MacLennan

Submissions from 2002

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Considering the ideas of technology transfer, with special reference to medieval artchitecture, Steven A. Walton

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The gunner in Tudor literature, Steven A. Walton

Submissions from 2001

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Communities and warfare, 700-1400 by Nicholas Brooks, Steven A. Walton

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Review: Sugar water: Hawaii's plantation ditches by Carol Wilcox, Carol MacLennan

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The interesting part of new military technology: Fireworks ingredients and recipes, Steven A. Walton

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Thomas Harriot: An Elizabethan man of science. Robert Fox, Steven A. Walton

Submissions from 2000

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An unnoticed praise of Harriot's contribution to mathematics, Steven A. Walton

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The mathematical and military sciences in Renaissance England, Steven A. Walton

Submissions from 1997

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Hawaii turns to sugar: The rise of plantation centers, 1860-80, Carol MacLennan

Submissions from 1995

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Foundations of sugar's power: Early Maui plantations, 1840-1860, Carol MacLennan

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Working in industrial agriculture, Carol MacLennan

Submissions from 1994

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Pudding pans and broilers, bread pans and pie : Redware, consumption, and economy in eighteenth century New England, Timothy Scarlett

Submissions from 1993

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Democratic participation: A view from anthropology, Carol MacLennan

Submissions from 1988

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From accident to crash: The auto industry and the politics of injury, Carol MacLennan