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Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2005). 第四讲 跨国主义、全球化、散居:我们如何对待这些概念?. In Andrew Strathern and Pamela J. Stewart (Ed.), 人类学的四个讲座:谣言、想像、身体、历史 (pp. 121-158) Beijing, China: Long Long Book House. 481  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2004). Afterword: Substances, powers, cosmos, and history. In Neil L. Whitehead and Robin Wright (Ed.), In darkness and secrecy: The anthropology of assault sorcery and witchcraft in Amazonia (pp. 314-320) Durham, NC: Duke University Press. 86  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2005) Body and Mind on the Move: Emplacement, Displacement, and Trans-placement in Highlands Papua New Guinea. Newsletter. Center for Asia-Pacific Area Studies, 27 205-217. 82  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2005). Ceremonial exchange. In James G. Carrier (Ed.), A handbook of economic anthropology (pp. 230-245) Cheltenham, U.K.: Edward Elgar. 108  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2003). Conflicts versus contracts: Political flows and blockages in Papua New Guinea. In R. Brian Ferguson (Ed.), The State, identity and violence: Political disintegration in the post-cold war world (War and society) (pp. 300-317) London & New York: Routledge. 51  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2002). Conflicts vs. Contracts. In B. Ferguson (Ed.), The State, Identity, and Violence (pp. 300-317) London & New York: Routledge. 22  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2004) Contesting rituals: Islam and practices of identity-making (introduction). Journal of Ritual Studies, 18 2: i-iv. 72  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2005) Cosmology, Resources, and Landscape: Agencies of the Dead and the Living in Duna, Papua New Guinea. Ethnology, 44 1: 35-47. 61   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2004). Cults, Closures, Collaborations. In Pascale Bonnemere (Ed.), Women as unseen characters : male ritual in Papua New Guinea (pp. 120-138) Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. 40  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2003) Divisions of Power: Rituals in Time and Space among the Hagen and Duna Peoples, Papua New Guinea. Taiwan Journal of Anthropology, 1 1: 51-76. 54  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2003). Dreaming and Ghosts among the Hagen and Duna of Papua New Guinea. In Roger Ivar Lohmann (Ed.), Dream travelers : sleep experiences and culture in the western Pacific (pp. xx-xx) New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 46  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2005). Duna Pikono: a Popular Contemporary Genre in the Papua New Guinea Highlands. In Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern (Ed.), Expressive Genres and Historical Change: Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Taiwan (pp. 83-107) The United Kingdom: Ashgate. 61  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. Empowering the past, confronting the future : the Duna people of Papua New Guinea. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002. 75  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew Expressive Genres and Historical Change: Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Taiwan. Edited by Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern The United Kingdom: Ashgate, 2005. 100  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew Gender, Song, and Sensibility: Folktales and Folksongs in the Highlands of New Guinea. Westport, CT and London: Praeger Publishers, 2002. 90  
Sillitoe, Paul, Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew Horticulture in Papua New Guinea : case studies from the southern and western highlands. Pittsburgh: Dept. of Anthropology, University of Pittsburgh, 2002. 73  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2004). Indigenous Knowledge Confronts Development among the Duna of Papua New Guinea. In Alan Bicker, Paul Sillitoe and Johan Pottier (Ed.), Development and Local Knowledge: Approaches to Issues in Natural Resources Managment, Conservation and Agriculture (pp. 51-63) London & New York: Routledge. 42  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2006). Introduction: Terror, the Imagination, and Cosmology. In Andrew Strathern, Pamela J. Stewart and Neil L. Whitehead (Ed.), Terror and Violence: Imagination and the Unimaginable (pp. 1-39) London and Ann Arbor, MI: Pluto Press. 75  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2004) Introduction to Contesting Rituals: Islam and Practices of Identity-Making. Journal of Ritual Studies, 18 2: i-iv. 74  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2005). Melpa Songs and Ballads: Junctures of Sympathy and Desire in Mount Hagen, Papua new Guinea. In Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (Ed.), Expressive Genres and Historical Change: Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Taiwan (pp. 201-233) The United Kingdom: Ashgate. 61  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2006). Narratives of Violence and Perils of Peace-Making in North-South Cross-Border Contexts, Ireland. In Andrew Strathern, Pamela J. Stewart and Neil L. Whitehead (Ed.), Terror and Violence: Imagination and the Unimaginable (pp. 142-170) London: Pluto Press. 50  
Strathern, Andrew, Lenar, Charles, Lenar, Josette and Stewart, Pamela J. Nouvelle Guinee: Danse de la couleur. Paris, France: Hazan Editions, 2004. 95  
Strathern, Andrew, Stewart, Pamela J., Carucci, Laurence M., Poyer, Lin, Feinberg, Richard and Macpherson, Cluny Oceania: An Introduction to the Cultures and Identities of Pacific Islanders. Durham, N.C.: Carolina Academic Press, 2002. 131  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2002) Power and Placement in Blood Practices. Ethnology, 41 4: 349-363. doi:10.2307/4153013 39   4 0
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2006) Questions of Terror: the IRA's Declaration of Disarmament and its Aftermaths. The Center for West European Studies and European Union Center of Excellence Newsletter, 1-6. 73  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew Remaking the World: Myth, Mining, and Ritual Change among the Duna of Papua New Guinea. United States: Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2002. 170  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2007) Songs, Places, and Pathways of Change: Themes from the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Taiwan Dance Research Journal, 3 1-26. 38  
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2005). South-West Pacific Research: Trends and Suggestions. In: Pei-yi Guo, Special issue: Retrospects and Prospects of Pacific Islsands Sudies in Taiwan of Asia-Pacific Forum 30. International Conference on Retrospects and Prospects of Pacific Islands Studies in Taiwan, Taipei, Taiwan, (96-125). June 24, 2005. 57  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2002). The Cultivation and Use of Taro and Fruit Pandanus among he Duna of the Aluni Valley of the Southern Highlands of Paua New Guinea. In Shuji, Yoshida and Matthews, Peter J. (Ed.), Vegeculture in Eastern Asia and Oceania (pp. 233-245) Osaka, Japan: Japan Center for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnology. doi:10.1663/0013-0001%282003%29057%5B0148%3ABR%5D2.0.CO%3B2 75   0
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2005). The Death of Moka in Post-Colonial Mount Hagen, Highlands, Papua New Guinea. In Joel Robbins and Holly Wardlow (Ed.), The making of global and local modernities in Melanesia : humiliation, transformation, and the nature of cultural change (pp. 125-134) Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate. 106  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew (2005) "The Ulster-Scots": A cross-border and trans-national concept and its ritual performance. Journal of Ritual Studies, 19 2: 1-16. 83   Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Stewart, Pamela and Strathern, Andrew (2002) Transformations in Monetary Symbols in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. L'Homme, 162 April-June: 137-156. 50   0
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2004) Violence: conceptual themes and the evaluation of actions. Polylog, 5: . 115  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew Violence: Theory and Ethnography. London: Continuum, 2002. 108  
Stewart, Pamela J. and Strathern, Andrew Witchcraft, Sorcery, Rumors, and Gossip. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press, 2004. 48 1
Strathern, Andrew and Stewart, Pamela J. (2005) Witchcraft, Sorcery, Rumors, and Gossip: Terror and the Imagination-- A State of Lethal Play. Central States Anthropological Society Bulletin, 40 1: 8-14. 86