Recent theses and dissertations
Powers Ranch, a Mimbres Site in East Central Arizona: A Question of Identity. Michelle Wilson, MA thesis.
Social Interaction among Late Archaic and Incipient Agricultural Groups in the North American Southwest. Nicholas H. Beale, PhD dissertation.
"We Are Still Hispanic": Oklahoma Latinas and the Meaning of (Un)Expected College Success. Taylor Smith, MA thesis.
Communicability, Wellness, and Rural Health Economics: A Discourse Analysis of a Federally Qualified Health Center in Eastern Oklahoma. Ryan Blanton, PhD dissertation.
Classificatory Verbs in Plains Apache. Juliet Morgan, MA thesis.
"Rapid City Is The Mississippi Of The North": Oglala Men On Racial Tensions In Rapid City, South Dakota And The Pine Ridge Reservation. Kelly LaFramboise, MA thesis.
Metagenomics And Social Inclusion In Peru. Alexandra Obregon-Tito, PhD dissertation.
Ancient Burial Rituals And Imagery: The Relationship Of "Kill Holes" To Images On Mimbres Ceramic Bowls And The Ideology Behind Them. Shelbie Bartlett, MA thesis.
Oxidized Mimbres Bowls: An Example Of Technological Style. Alison Livesay, MA thesis.
Materiality And Meaning At An Annual Harvest Gathering. Deborah Colbert, PhD dissertation.
Perceptions Of Women's Health Care In Oklahoma: An Ethnography Of Lived Experiences. Elisha Oliver, MA thesis.
A Comparative Study Of Standards Coding And A Differential Diagnosis Used In Paleopathological Data Collection. Richard Russell, MA thesis.
La Crosse Locality Oneota Architecture: A Functional Approach. Miranda Alexander, MA thesis.
Power's Ranch, A Mimbres Site In East Central Arizona: A Question Of Identity. Michelle Wilson, MA thesis.
An Experimental Archaeological Approach To Characterizing DNA Degradation In Bone. Leslie Neal, MA thesis.
Bison Butchering At The Badger Hole Site, Harper County Oklahoma. Pollyanna Jelley, MA thesis.
The Use Of Speech Genres In Native American Language Pedagogy. Megan Puckett, MA thesis.
Post-Removal Choctaw Chiefs And Commoners: Value, Memory, And Social Inequality Expressed Between The Ceramic Assemblages Of 34MC544 And 34MC399. Shawn Lambert, MA thesis.