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AIRA Volume 21: International Rock Art Congress (IRAC) Proceedings Volume 1: Rock Art As Visual Ecology, Flagstaff, Arizona. Edited by Paul Faulstich, 1997. (In stock)

 

Faulstich, Paul, “Introduction: Rock Art As Visual Ecology,” pp. 1-5.

 

Schaafsma, Polly, “Rock Art, World Views, and Contemporary Issues,” pp. 7-20.

 

Parkman, E. Breck, “Pomoan Concepts of Power, Spirit, and Place,” pp. 21-29.

 

Hyder, William D., “Basketmaker Spatial Identity: Rock Art as Culture and Praxis,” pp. 31-42.

 

Lenssen-Erz, Tilman, “Metaphors of Intactness of Environment in Namibian Rock Paintings,” pp. 43-54.

 

Hartley, Ralph J., and Anne M. Wolley Vawser, “Wayfinding in the Desert: Evaluating the Role of Rock Art Through GIS,” pp. 55-76.

 

Sanger, Kay, “A Fish Story: Realism or Symbolic Communication? Arroyo de las Piedras Pintas, Baja California,” pp. 77-91.

 

Strange, William C., “Laughter at Batequi,” pp. 93-100.

 

 

AIRA Volume 21: International Rock Art Congress (IRAC) Proceedings Volume 2: Images Past, Images Present: The Conservation and Preservation of Rock Art, Flagstaff, Arizona. Edited by J. Claire Dean, 1999. (In stock)

 

Odegaard, Nancy, “Approaches to the Care of Cultural Resources: Some Background of the Conservation Profession,” pp. 1-5.

 

Bricker, Felton, Thomas Holcomb, and J. Claire Dean, “A Native American's Thoughts on the Preservation and Conservation of Rock Art,” pp. 7-9.

 

Lim, Imogene L., “Rock Art as a Cultural Heritage: Strategies for Administration,” pp. 11-20.

 

Dean, J. Claire, “Hardware Store Conservation: Why This Week's 'Best Buy' May Not Be Such a Bargain,” pp. 21-26.

 

Dandridge, Debra, and Allen E. Kane, “Vogel Canyon: A Case History of Federal Agency Rock Art Resource Management,” pp. 27-32.

 

Howard, Julia A., and Constance S. Silver, “The Comprehensive Preservation and Conservation Program for the Rock Art of Sego Canyon, Utah,” pp. 33-40.

 

Griswold, John, “Camouflaging Graffiti: The Problem of Outdoor Inpainting,” pp. 41-46.

 

Strecker, Matthias, Freddy Taboada Téllez, and Fernando Huaranca, “Rock Art Protection and Conservation in Bolivia,” pp. 47-55.

 

Hansen, Jörg W., “The State of Rock Art Preservation and Climatic Change: An Example from the Central Sahara Desert,” pp. 57-59.

 

 

AIRA Volume 21, International Rock Art Congress (IRAC) Proceedings Volume 3: Proceedings Papers, Flagstaff, Arizona. Series Editor Diane Hamann, Section Editors Frank and A. J. Bock, Georgia Lee, John Clegg, and Edwin Krupp. Published 2006, 654 pp. in PDF format. (CD in stock)

 

Bahn, Paul G., “Rock Art: World Heritage” pp. 3-8.

 

Bru, Margarita, “The Cave of Los Casares (Guadalajara) “ pp. 11-15.

 

Ghinea, Virgile, “Prehistoric Art Interpretation, the Holographic Method” pp. 17-22.

 

Harrod, James B., “Highlights of the Decipherment of Upper Paleolithic (European): A Protolanguage of the Human Spirit” pp. 23-32.

 

Jorge, VÌtor Oliveira, and Susana Oliveira Jorge, “Rock Art in Portugal: From the Palaeolithic to the Iron Age” pp. 33-47.

 

Contreras Barragán, Blanca Eréndira, and César Armando Quijada López, “The Petroglyphs of “‘El Pedregoso’ In Sonora, Mexico” pp. 51-60.

 

de la Luz Gutiérrez, María, and Justin Hyland, “Report on the Proyecto Arte Rupestre Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California Sur, Mexico” pp. 61-68.

 

Lewenstein, Suzanne, “Rock Art of the Sierra Tarahumara, Chihuahua, Mexico: a Question of Cultural Affiliation” pp. 69-77.

 

Quijada López, César Armando, and Eréndira Contreras Barragán, “Rock Art in Sonora / El Arte Rupestre en Sonora” pp. 79-102.

 

Quijada López, César Armando, “The Rupestres Paintings in Tonatico, State of Mexico. “ pp. 103-114.

 

Lee, Georgia, “Hawaiian Petroglyphs: Recent Research” pp. 117-130.

 

Millerstrom, Sidsel, and Tricia Allen, “Carved Rocks and Punctured Skins: An Analysis of Corresponding Tattoo and Carved Rock Images and Their Social Implications in the Ancestral Marquesas Islands and French Polynesia” pp. 131-138.

 

Stasack, Edward, Ronald Dorn, and Georgia Lee, The Petroglyphs of Kaho’olawe Island, Hawai’i” pp. 139-146.

 

González Arratia, Leticia, “The Making of Petroglyphs, as a Historical Conception of Time” pp. 149-154.

 

Greer, John, and Mavis Greer, “Human Figures in the Cave Paintings of Southern Venezuela” pp. 155-166.

 

Hernández Llosas, María Isabel, “Rock Art in Argentina: Method and Advances in Regional Archaeological Research” pp. 167-182.

 

Hernández Llosas, María Isabel, “A Unique Discovery at the End of the Continent: ‘Perspective,’ A Technique Used To Design A Complex Rock Art Motif” pp. 183-184.

 

Coy Fred E., Jr., “Kentucky Petroglyphs, Two Cases of Mistaken Identity” pp. 187-196.

 

Faulkner, Charles H., “Rock Art in the Underworld: Petroglyphs, Pictographs, and Mud Glyphs in Southeastern United States Caves” pp. 197-203.

 

Heyd, Thomas, “Contemporary Significance of Northern Plains ‘Medicine Wheels’” pp. 205-213.

 

Pye, Carolyn, “Sun Paints at La Cueva Pintada” pp. 215-219.

 

Tratebas, Alice M., “Paleo-Indian and Archaic Petroglyphs on the Northern Plains” pp. 221-235.

 

Waller, Steven J., “Acoustical Characteristics of North American Rock Art Sites” pp. 237-240.

 

Whitley, David S., “Ethnohistory and Rock Art in South-Central California” pp. 241-258.

 

Burton, Jeffery F., “Late Pueblo Iconography in Petrified Forest Rock Art: Implications for the Origin and Development of the Kachina Cult” pp. 261-271.

 

Davenport, Marietta, “Rock Art Sites as Components of the Recreational and Spiritual Landscape in Sedona Arizona” pp. 273-276.

 

Farrell, Mary Margaret, and Jeffery Franz Burton, “Rock Art of the Southeastern Arizona Sky Islands: Eighty Sites on the Coronado National Forest” pp. 277-288.

 

Maddock, Caroline S., “The Sedona Pictograph Tradition” pp. 289-300.

 

Schoonover, Grace, and Jane Kolber, “Chavez Pass A Prehistoric Trading Center and Rock Art Concentration in Central Arizona” pp. 301-310.

 

Serface, Roberta K., “Study of Rock Art in Arizona” pp. 311-317.

 

Benson, Arlene, Floyd Buckskin, and Ruby George, “Tracing the Sun's Shadow” pp. 321-338.

 

Chamberlain, Von Del, “Star Tracks: Astronomical Motifs in American Southwest Rock Art” pp. 339-346.

 

Diethelm, Inge , and Heinz Diethelm “The Rock Carvings of Alp Carschenna, Switzerland” pp. 347-352.

 

Krupp, E.C., “Archaeoastronomy Unplugged: Eliminating the Fuzz Tone from Rock Art Astronomy” pp. 353-369.

 

Murray, William Breen, “Sky Symbolism in Huichol/Cora Religious Traditions as A Guide to Understanding Northeast Mexican Rock Art” pp. 371-379.

 

Rafter, John Michael, “Ethnography: An Alternate Pathway to the Stars” pp. 381-385.

 

Sofaer, Anna, “Pueblo Bonito Petroglyph on Fajada Butte: Solar Aspects” pp. 387-392.

 

Scott, David A., “Scientific Study of Chumash Indian Rock Art Pigments and Surface Deposits” pp. 395-410.

 

Züchner, Christian, “Some Remarks on the Petroglyphs of Northwestern Spain” pp. 413-418.

 

Clegg, John, “Gavin Souter's Boats” pp. 423-432.

 

Jobling, W. J., “Recording Rock Art in Jordan” pp. 433-437.

 

Davis, Nola Montgomery, “Photocopying Paintings of Rock Art for Curation” pp. 439-443.

 

Davis, Nola Montgomery, “Measuring Rock Art with the Aid of Lasers” pp. 445-447.

 

Stickney, Teddy, Ethical Standards” pp. 449-451.

 

LaForge, Aline, “Trailside Scratched Petroglyphs Along the Lower Colorado River” pp. 455-462.

 

Ritter, Eric W., “Archaeological Context and Explanation for Nevada's Massacre Bench Scratched Rock Art” pp. 463-484.

 

Vierra, Robert K., Alvin R. McLane, and James D'Angelo, “The Easter Rock Art Site Scratched Petroglyphs in Lander

County, Nevada” pp. 485-498.

 

Cochran, Kjersti Ann, “Lung/ Palulukang Chinese ‘Dragon’ / Hopi ‘Water Serpent’” pp. 501-504.

 

Mandt, Gro, “Material Culture and Myth: Snake Symbolism in Nordic Prehistory” pp. 505-512.

 

Ritter, Dale W., “The Adored Abhorred Splendored Serpent” pp. 513-538.

 

Hedges, Ken, “Images of the Spirit World Vision Imagery and Spirit Beings in North American Rock Art” pp. 541-557.

 

Hyder, William D., and Georgia Lee, “The Shamanic Tradition in Chumash Rock Art” pp. 559-586.

 

Smits, Luc, “Trance-related Themes in the Rock Art of Lesotho” pp. 567-570.

 

Strange, William C., “Too Many Shamans; Reaching for Context at Rochester Creek” pp. 571-580.

 

Valadez Moreno, Moisés, “Ceremonialism and Shamanistic Representations in Nuevo Leon, Mexico” pp. 581-586.

 

Warner, Jesse Earl, “Shamanism and the World of Light and Shadow” pp. 587-601.

 

Koskenmaki, Joyce, “Moral and Ethical Dilemmas in the Appropriation of Rock Art Images: An Artist's Journey” pp. 605-608.

 

Seglie, Dario, “Rock Art: Cultural and Noncultural Aspects” pp. 609-613.

 

Warner, Jesse E., “Sacred Space and Sacred Place, Both A Part of the Sacred Landscape of Power” pp. 615-632.

 

Warner, Judith S., and Jesse Warner, “Faces in the Shadows Can Talk to You” pp. 633-648.

 

 

AIRA Volume 22: Albuquerque, Edited by Steven M. Freers, 1998, 184 pp. (In stock)

 

Bostwick, Todd W., “Managing Rock Art in an Urban Setting: The Challenges of South Mountain Park,” pp. 119-128.

 

Bullen, Margaret U., “Shamanic Portals: Do They Ocur in Australian Rock Art?,” pp. 103-110.

 

Dean, J. Claire, “Grappling with Graffiti at Petroglyph National Monument,&8221; pp. 111-117.

 

Freers, Steven M., “Lending a ‘Hand’ to the San Luis Rey Style,” pp. 57-78.

 

Greer, John, and Mavis Greer, “1995 Rock Art Fieldwork in Southern Venezuela,” pp. 79-94.

 

Greer, Mavis, and John Greer, “An Evaluation of Abstract Figures in Central Montana Rock Art,” pp. 29-36.

 

Hedges, Ken, and Hamann, Diane, “Recording the Rock Art at Indian Hill, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park,” pp. 37-56.

 

Kirsch, Russell A., “Using Computers to Describe Style,” pp. 153-160.

 

Maddock, Caroline S., “The Face of Solstice,” pp. 179-184.

 

Malotki, Ekkehart, “The Owl: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style, Northeastern Arizona,” pp. 1-18.

 

Monteleone, Sue Ann, “Great Basin Rock Art: Numic Tradition or Multicultural Diversity,” pp. 19-28.

 

Moore, Elanie, “A Rock Art Drawing Survey,” pp. 129-152.

 

Sayther, Terry, Deborah Stuart, and Allan Cobb, “Pictographic Rock Art in Actun Kaua, Yucatan, Mexico,” pp. 95-102.

 

Sutherland, Kay, “Mesoamerican Ceremony Among the Prehistoric Jornada Mogollon,” pp. 161-178.

 

 

AIRA Volume 23: El Paso, Edited by Steven M. Freers, 1997, 210 pp. (In stock)

 

Bilbo, Barbara, “The Slaughter Canyon (New) Cave Pictograph Site, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico,” pp. 49-56.

 

Bilbo, Michael, “Carlsbad Caverns Natural Entrance Pictogrpah Sites 1 and 2, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, New Mexico,” pp. 41-47.

 

Blanchard, Dawn L., “Shamans and Master Artists: Understanding the Parallels in Rock Art,” pp. 183-188.

 

Bury, Rick, “House of the Sun: The Seasons. A Photo Essay with Six Images,” pp. 161-168.

 

Douglass, Amy A., “From Rock Outcrop to Museum Exhibit: Teaching the Public About Rock Art,” pp. 189-193.

 

Ewing, Eve, “Preliminary Report on Crack Feature Incorporation from the Franco-Cantabrian Regions of France and Spain,” pp. 147-160.

 

Green, John W., “The Four Seasons Rock Art Shelter: A Solar Seasonal-Indicator Site in a Texas Big Bend Region Pictograph Shelter,” pp. 203-210.

 

Greer, John, and Mavis Greer, “Dark Zone Rock Art in Surratt Cave, in a Deep Cavern in Central New Mexico,” pp. 25-40.

 

Greer, Mavis, and John Greer, “Bear Imagery in Central Montana Rock Art,” pp. 85-94.

 

Hawkins, Bill, Arie, Jane C., Loendorf, Larry L., and Leo Karpinski, “Lessons Learned: Recording Sites and Assigning Ages to Rock Art Panels,” pp. 103-110.

 

Hedges, Ken, and Diane Hamann, “Three Pueblo Rock Art Sites on the Nellis Air Force Range,” pp. 111-120.

 

Hyman, Marian, and Marvin W. Rowe, “Plasma-Chemical Extraction and AMS Radiocarbon Dating of Rock Paintings,” pp. 1-9.

 

Kirsch, Russell A., “Photogrammetric Reconstruction of Petroglyphs,” pp. 177-182.

 

Malotki, Ekkehart, “The Dragonfly: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic Rock Art of the Palavayu Region in Northeastern Arizona,” pp. 57-72.

 

McNew, Judie, and Larry L. Loendorf, “Pups, Suckers and Cats: Fish on the Rocks in Dona Ana County, New Mexico,” pp. 95-101.

 

Moore, Elanie A., “Rock Art Drawing Survey: Implications,” pp. 169-176.

 

Quijada, Cesar A., Kolber, Jane, and Erendira Contreras, “The Rock Paintings of El Leoncito, Sonora, Mexico,” pp. 137-145.

 

Scott, Eric, “Mogollon Rock Art at Bigelow Crossing: An Inter-Regional Comparison,” pp. 121-126.

 

Steinbring, Jack, and Anthony P. Buchner, “Cathedrals of Prehistory: Rock Art Sites of the Northern Plains,” pp. 73-84.

 

Stephenson, Christine M., “Shamanism and the Rock Art of Bigelow Crossing,” pp. 127-136.

 

Stickney, Teddy, “Lower Pecos River Style: Rock Art Recording Manual,” pp. 195-202.

 

Welsh, Peter H., and Ronald I. Dorn, “Critical Analysis of Petroglyph Radiocarbon Ages from Coa, Portugal and Deer Valley, Arizona,” pp. 11-24.

 

 

AIRA Volume 24: La Junta, Edited by Frank Bock, 2000, 172 pp. (In stock).

 

American Rock Art Research Association, “American Indian Rock Art. Guidelines for Authors,” pp. 129-132.

 

Bock, Frank G., “American Indian Rock Art. Notice to Authors,” pp. 127-128.

 

Bostwick, Todd W., “Rock Art Mask Designs in the South Mountains, Arizona,” pp. 1-12.

 

Bostwick, Todd W., and J. Claire Dean, “An Experiment in Removing Spray Paint Graffiti from a Hohokam Rock Art Panel with Graffiti-B-Gone,” pp. 103-112.

 

Hyder, William D., “The C. Mark Oliver Award: Recognizing Excellence in Rock Art Photography,” pp. 113-114.

 

Malotki, Ekkehart, “The Rake: A Polysemous Motif in the Shamanistic Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style, Northeast Arizona,” pp. 13-28.

 

Martin, Clay, “The Rock Paintings of Hueco Tanks,” pp. 115-126.

 

McCarthy, Daniel F., “Index to American Rock Art Research Association Publications,” pp. 133-172.

 

Pace, M.F.N., M. Hyman, M. W. Rowe, and J. R. Southon, “Chemical Pretreatment on Plasma-Chemical Extraction for 14C Dating of Pecos River Genre Rock Paintings,” pp. 95-102.

 

Sayther, Terry T., “Rock Art of Coahuila II. Twelve New Pecos Sites and the Electric Cross,” pp. 77-84.

 

Steinbring, Jack, “The Rock Art of Wisconsin,” pp. 49-63.

 

Tratebas, Alice M, “Evidence of Paleo-Indian and Archaic Hunting Techniques,” pp. 65-75.

 

Waller, Steven J., “Spatial Correlation of Acoustics and Rock Art Exemplified in Horseshoe Canyon,” pp. 85-94.

 

Woody, Alanah, and Alvin R. McLane, “The Distribution of Vulviforms on White Tuff in Nevada,” pp. 29-48.

 

 

 

AIRA Volume 25: Ridgecrest, Edited by Steven M. Freers, 1999, 274 pp. (In stock).

 

Bostwick, Todd W., “Hourglass Anthropomorph Petroglyphs in the South Mountains, Arizona,” pp. 121-132.

 

Briot, Alain, “Little Petroglyph Canyon. A Portfolio of Photographs by Alain Briot,” pp. 203-212.

 

Bury, Rick, “Too Many Shamans: Ethics and Politics of Rock Art Interpretation,” pp. 149-154.

 

Christensen, Don D., Jerry Dickey, and David Lee, “Regional Variation in Rock Art Styles in the Southern Great Basin: A View from the East Mojave,” pp. 69-80.

 

Gilreath, Amy J., “The Archaeology and Petroglyphs of the Coso Rock Art Landmark,” pp. 33-44.

 

Hedges, Ken, “Notes on Basic Methods of Recording Rock Art: Philosophies and Procedures,” pp. 191-202.

 

Lever, Janet, “Rock Art at the Source,” pp. 213-222.

 

Loendorf, Lawrence, “Dinwoody Tradition Petroglyphs of Northwest Wyoming and Their Relationship to Coso Mountain Petroglyphs of Eastern California,” pp. 45-55.

 

Malotki, Ekkehart, “The Use of Hallucinogenic Plants by the Archaic-Basketmaker Rock Art Creators of the Palavayu, Northeast Arizona: The Case for Datura,” pp. 101-120.

 

Mark, Robert, and Evelyn Billo, “A Stitch in Time: Digital Panoramas and Mosaics,” pp. 155-168.

 

McCarthy, Daniel F., “Index. American Rock Art Research Association Publications,” pp. 237-274.

 

McNeil, Lynda D., “The Indian Bear Dance: Related Myths and Bear Glyphs,” pp. 133-139.

 

Mich, Kerri J., and Milford R. Fletcher, “The Resurvey of Petroglyph National Monument: A New Approach to an Old Problem,” pp. 169-178.

 

Monteleone, Sue Ann, and Alanah Woody, “Changing Light in the Cosos,” pp. 57-68.

 

Ritter, Dale W., “Cultural Contact Rock Art Records in North America,” pp. 223-236.

 

Ritter, Eric W., “Boundary, Style and Function: Extrapolations from Keno, Oregon Petroglyphs,” pp. 81-100.

 

Sayther, Terry and Deborah Stuart, “Rock Art of Northeastern Mexico: Petroglyphs of Coahuila and Nuevo Leon,” pp. 141-148.

 

Waller, Steven J., David Lubman, and Brenda Kiser, “Digital Acoustic Recording Techniques Applied to Rock Art Sites,” pp. 179-190.

 

Whitley, David S., Simon Joseph M., and Ronald I. Dorn, “The Vision Quest in the Coso Range,” pp. 1-31.

 

 

AIRA Volume 26: International Rock Art Congress (IRAC) Proceedings Volume 1, Ripon, Edited by Peggy Whitehead and Lawrence Lowendorf, 2000, 181 pp. (In stock)

 

Albagli de Almeida, Guilherme, “Remarks on Rock Art in the State of Bahai, Brazil,” pp. 1-6.

 

Berrier, Margaret K., “Proposed Documentation and Storage of Data Related to Acoustical Phenomena at Rock Art Sites,” pp. 7-18.

 

Buchner, A. P., S. Hathout, and B. Russell, “Digital Enhancement of a Prehistoric Rock Painting from Hazlet, Saskatchewan,” pp. 19-24.

 

Callahan, Kevin, L., “Minnesota's Red Rock and Other Sacred Boulders of the Upper Midwest,” pp. 25-32.

 

Christie, Jessica J., “Inca Rock Sculpture in the Sacred and Political Landscape,” pp. 33-38.

 

Clouse, Robert Alan, “Sustainability: Towards a Comprehensive Management Plan for Rock Art Sites,” pp. 39-45.

 

Gillette, Donna, Billo, Evelyn, and Robert Mark, “From Gang Hangout to Educational Resource—Reclaiming a Cultural Treasure,” pp. 47-52.

 

Gronemann, Barbara J., “Research and Recording of Relocated Rock Art,” pp. 53-60.

 

Khan, Majeed, “ Human Figures in the Rock Art of Saudi Arabia,” pp. 61-66.

 

Kolber, Jane, “Variations of Human Figures Throug Time and Space at Baird's Chevelon Steps,” pp. 67-74.

 

Murray, Wm. Breen, “Rock Art Sites of Northeast Mexico: Recent Explorations,” pp. 75-80.

 

Quijada, Cesar A., and Jane Kolber, “The Rock Art of Cantera, Sonora, Mexico,” pp. 81-92.

 

Sayther, Terry T., “Rock Art in Perpetuity: One Man's Journey from Paper and Silver to Digital Image and CD,” pp. 93-96.

 

Stanley, Lori A., “Recent Developments in Iowa Rock Art Research,” pp. 97-104.

 

Sundstrom, Linea, “Rock Art Studies and the Direct Ethnographic Approach: Cas Studies from the Black Hills Country,” pp. 105-114.

 

Thiessen, Thomas D., and Charles R. Bailey, “The Pipestone Petroglyphs,” pp. 115-126.

 

Whitley, David S., “Use and Abuse of Ethnohistory in the Far West,” pp. 127-154.

 

Whittaker, John C., Sarah Koeman, and Rachel Taylor, “Some Experiments in Petroglyphs Technology,” pp. 155-168.

 

Woody, Alanah, “Linking Past and Place: The Construction and Maintenance of Tradition,” pp. 169-178.

 

 

AIRA Volume 26: International Rock Art Congress (IRAC) Proceedings Volume 2, Ripon, Edited by Peggy Whitehead, William Whitehead, and Lawrence Loendorf, Spanish Editor William Breen Murray, 2002, 245 pp. (In stock)

 

Aguilar Torres, Newman, “Pictografias de la Laguna de los Condores: Leymebamba - Peru,” pp. 231-245.

 

Arca, Andrea, “Walking on the Rock Art Paths,” pp. 63-70.

 

Brunod, Giseppe, Walter Ferreri, and Gaudenzio Ragazzi, “The Camunian Rose of Carpene, Sellero (Valcamonica, Italy),” pp. 155-158.

 

Clarkson, Persis B., “Contextual Archaeological Approaches to Geoglyphs in Northern Chile: Extending the Theoretical Landscape,” pp. 191-198.

 

Coffman, Ralph, “Rock Art and Early Cultural Diversity in Xingiang, China,” pp. 87-102.

 

Comba, Enrico, “Rock Art, Museums, and the Construction of Cultural Memory,” pp. 55-58.

 

Consens, Mario, “Vikings and Rock Art in Paraguay: Ethno-Anthropological Discrepancies,” pp. 209-214.

 

Consens, Mario, Anna Maria Bello, and Graciela Rodriguez, “Discourses around Exhibitions: Anthropological Analysis of Experiences in Rock Art Diffusion,” pp. 49-54.

 

Devlet, Ekaterina, “Some Anthropomorphic and Ornithomorphic Images: The American-Asian Parallels,” pp. 103-112.

 

Diethelm-Loch, Inge, and Heinz Diethelm-Loch, “Teaching Rock Art in Switzerland: A Country without Major Rock Art Sites,” pp. 159-160.

 

Dolgovessova, Elena, “The Ritual Erotic Plots on the Rock Images of Southern Siberia,” pp. 113-118.

 

Garcia, Linda Clara, and Paola Silvia Ramundo, “They are Going over our Heads! ‘Nos Pasan por Encima!’“ pp. 199-208.

 

Gili, Maria Laura, “Los Signos Rupestres del Cerro Intihuasi. Cordoba. Sur de la Sierra de Comechingones. Argentina,” pp. 175-182.

 

Grove, Margaret, “The Dancing Figures of Arnhem Land,” pp. 119-134.

 

Gutierrez, Manuel, “El Papel de la Educacion en la Conservacion del Arte Parietal un Ejemplo Interesante: El Caso de Angola,” pp. 77-86.

 

Harper, Kevin and Ann Alger, “Interpreting the Past and Looking to the Future: Rock Art Education at the Deer Valley Rock Art Center,” pp. 45-48.

 

Hayashi, Hiroaki, “Rock Art Education in Japan,” pp. 59-62.

 

Hill, Sharon, “Paleolithic Engravings from La Marche: Discovering New Images and Meaning,” pp. 141-146.

 

Hows, Mark E.P., “Hill Figures of the U.K. - An Overview,” pp. 161-174.

 

Ibarra Asencios, Bebel, and Ricardo Chirinos Portocarrero, “El Arte Rupestre en la Sierra Norte del Peru: Petroglifos de Caullumachay Provincia de Huari - Ancash, Peru,” pp. 215-220.

 

Kunne, Martin, “Petroglyphs in the General Valley, Costa Rica. Problems in their Interpretation,” pp. 135-140.

 

Marangou, Christina, “Rock-Art and Landscape in Myrina, Island of Lemnos, Greece,” pp. 147-154.

 

Marcello, Nadia, and Paola Romero, “A School at the Museum,” pp. 41-44.

 

Martin, F. Ellen, “Rock Art and Public Education in the Southwestern United States,” pp. 71-76.

 

Oosterbeek, Luiz, and Ana R. Cruz, “Rock Art and Archaeology Education in Portugal,” pp. 33-40.

 

Perales Munguia, Manuel F., “Las Pictografias de Cori - Vinchos: Avances en las Investigaciones del Arte Rupestre en la Sub-Cuenca del Rio Pachacayo, Sierra Central del Peru,” pp. 221-230.

 

Rocchietti, Anna Marie, “Arte Rupestre en la Argentina: Una Nueva Sintesisa,” pp. 183-190.

 

Schaleben, Will, “Uses of Video - Rock ARt Research, Education, and Preservation,” pp. 21-26.

 

Seglie, Dario, “Save Rock Art,” pp. 27-32.

 

Urban, Sharon F., “Recording a Rock Art Site. What does that Mean?,” pp. 1-10.

 

Waller, Steven J., “Rock Art Acoustics in the Past, Present and Future,” pp. 11-20.

 

 

AIRA Volume 27: Phoenix, Edited by Steven M. Freers and Alanah Woody, 2001, 336 pp. (In stock)

 

Ambruster, Carol, and Tony Hull, “Chaco Navajo Ceremonial Rock Art and Anasazi Symbols,” pp. 25-34.

 

Blackhorse, Taft, “Navajo Rock Art Discussion,” pp. 73-75.

 

Brugge, David M., “A History of Navajo Rock Art Research,” pp. 5-16.

 

Chamberlain, Von Del and Hugh Rogers, “On the Trail of Dinetah Skywatchers: Patterned Dots and Scattered Pluses,” pp. 49-58.

 

Christensen, Don D., and Jerry Dickey, “The Grapevine Style of the Eastern Mojave of California and Nevada,” pp. 185-200.

 

Clarkson, Persis B., “Art as Science, Science as Art: Aerial Photographic Applications in Rock Art Research,” pp. 177-183.

 

Copeland, James Matthew, “Dinetah Ceremonial Rock Art and Cultural Affiliation in Northwest New Mexico,” pp. 35-42.

 

David, Bruno, Ruth Ann Armitage, Marvin W. Rowe, and Ewan Lawson, “Landscapes in Transition? New Radiocarbon dates on Cave Drawings from the Mitchell-Palmer Limestone Belt (Northeastern Australia),” pp. 107-116.

 

Dorn, Ronald I., Edward and Diane Stasack, and Persis Clarkson, “Analyzing Petroglyphs and Geoglyphs with Four New Perspectives: Evaluating What's There and What's Not,” pp. 77-96.

 

Freers, Steve, “The Hand Prints at CA-RIV-114: A Forensic and Anthropomorphic Study,” pp. 319-332.

 

Gilpin, Dennis, “The Talking Rocks of Carson's Wall: Navajo History and Settlement as Revealed at a Multicomponent Rock Art Site in the Chinle Valley, Arizona,” pp. 59-66.

 

Green, Eileen, and Elaine Holmes, “Kohta Circus: A Mesoamerican Connection,” pp. 293-299.

 

Greer, Mavis and John Greer, “Rock Art and Well Pad Construction: An Example of Conservation from Wyoming,” pp. 161-168.

 

Harry, Karen G., Evelyn Billo, and Robert Mark, “The Challenge of Long-Term Preservation: Managing Impacts to Rock Art at Hueco Tanks State Historical Park,” pp. 151-159.

 

Hayden, Nancy Lee, “Yavapai Cosmology: Early Timekeepers in the Prescott Area, Arizona,” pp. 253-260.

 

Hedges, Ken, “Traversing the Great Gray Middle Ground: An Examination of Shamanistic Interpretation of Rock Art,” pp. 123-136.

 

Kelly, Roger, and Daniel F. McCarthy, “Effects of Fire on Rock Art,” pp. 169-176.

 

Kolber, Jane, “Introduction: Section Dedicated to Navajo Rock Art,” pp. 1-3.

 

Kolber, Jane, “Recording, Protecting, and Studying Navajo Rock Art: A Project in Chaco Canyon,” pp. 17-24.

 

Lever, Janet, “In Touch with the Art,” pp. 313-318.

 

Malotki, Ekkehart, “The Serpent: A Shamanistic Motif in the Archaic/Basketmaker Rock Art Imagery of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style (PASTYLE), Arizona,” pp. 237-252.

 

McLane, Alvin R., and Oyvind Frock, “The Star Burst Solar Site, Pah Pah Range, Washoe County, Nevada,” pp. 221-226.

 

McNeil, Lynda D., “Climbing Bear, Spirit Helper: Companion Petroglyphs at Shalabolino (Siberia) and Shavano Valley (Colorado, USA),” pp. 301-312.

 

Murray, Wm. Breen, and Hector Lazcano, “Atlatl Hunters of the Sierra Madre Oriental (Mexico),” pp. 261-267.

 

O'Connor, J.T., “A Cluster Analysis of Anthropomorphic Symbols in North American Rock Art,” pp. 285-292.

 

Pope, Gregory A., “Weathering Impacts on Petroglyph Engravings and Rock Panels,” pp. 97-105.

 

Quijada, Cesar A., “Rupestres Paintings in the ‘La Madera&$8217; Mountains (aka Wood Mountains), Sonora, Mexico,” pp. 269-277.

 

Quinlan, Angus R., and Alanah Woody, “Marking Time at Lagomarsino: An Exploration of the Competing Narratives of Rock Art Studies,” pp. 211-220.

 

Riggs, E. Gene, “Atlatl Hunters of the Sierra Madre Oriental (Mexico),” pp. 279-284.

 

Rogers, Hugh C., “Tracking the Dinetah Hunter: Hunting Themes in Navajo Rock Art,” pp. 43-48.

 

Smith, Courtney R. and David Lee, “Pictographs of the Volcanic Tableland, Inyo and Mono Counties, California,” pp. 201-210.

 

Sprague, Jack, and Gale Grasse, “Lizard Cave: A Possible Solar Marker at CA-KER-5525,” pp. 227-235.

 

Weaver Jr., Donald E., Robert Mark, and Evelyn Billo, “Inscription Point: Too Little Too Late?,” pp. 137-150.

 

Yoder, Donna, “Livestock in Navajo Rock Art: A Reflection of Life,” pp. 67-72.

 

 

AIRA Volume 28: Tucson, Edited by Alanah Woody, 2002, 206 pp. (In stock)

 

Attorrese, Elisabetta, and Angelo Fossatti, “Rock 53 of Vite-Deria: New Elements for the Study of Degradation of Valcamonica Petroglyphs,” pp. 103-110.

 

Hedges, Ken, “Rock Art Styles in Southern California,” pp. 25-40.

 

Holmes, Elaine, and Pamela A. Cramer, “Legends, Links and Likenesses: Mesoamerican Symbols in Southern Nevada Rock Art,” pp. 181-192.

 

Hyder, William D., and Dario Caloss, “Rock Art Styles on the Bishop Volcanic Tablelands,” pp. 41-52.

 

King, Larry, “Conservation and Management Concerns in the Development of Rock Climbing Recreation Areas at Three Central Oregon Pictograph Sites,” pp. 63-72.

 

Kolber, Jane and Donna Yoder, “Great Anasazi Rock Art of Chaco Canyon: Possible and Probable Implications,” pp. 169-179.

 

LaSarge, Diana R., “The Wallula Stone's Journey: A Cooperative Effort Between Tribal, City and Federal Governments,” pp. 57-62.

 

Mack, Cheryl, and Larry King, “Parting the Waters - Re-Discovering the Goose Lake Petroglyphs,” pp. 145-150.

 

Mark, Robert, and Evelyn Billo, “Application of Digital Image Enhancement in Rock Art Recording,” pp. 121-128.

 

Merrell, Carolynne L., “Pictograph Perspectives, Photography, and Photo Electronic Imaging: More than Just a Pretty Picture,” pp. 73-81.

 

Murray, William Breen, “Rock Art Studies in China,” pp. 139-144.

 

O'Connor, J.T., “The Nampaweap Site Petroglyphs - Stars, Sex and Piñon Nuts?” pp. 193-206.

 

Pearce, David, “Changing Men, Changing Eland: Sequences in the Rock Paintings of Maclear District, Eastern Cape, South Africa,” pp. 129-138.

 

Poetschat, George, James D. Keyser, and Terence E. Fifield, “Pictograph Cave in Southeast Alaska: Expanding our Cultural Understanding of Rock Art,” pp. 83-93.

 

Ritter, Eric W., “The Rationalist Scientific Method in Rock Art Studies: The Serendipity Shelter,

 

Nevada, Example,” 1-24.

 

Rogers, Alexander K., and Carolyn A. Shepherd, “A Site-Monitoring Partnership at Little Petroglyph Canyon, Coso Range, California,” pp. 95-102.

 

Saville, Dara, “Kachina Iconography of Piedras Marcadas Canyon, Petroglyph National Monument,” pp. 151-159.

 

Steelman, Karen L., Marvin W. Rowe, Renald N. Guillemette, Carolynne L. Merrell, and Richard D. Hill, “Little Lost River Cave, Idaho: Electron Probe Microanalysis of a Black Deposit Associated with Pictorgraphs,” pp. 111-120.

 

Waller, Steven J., “Sounds of the Spirit World: Auditory Perceptions of Depth at Rock Art Sites,” pp. 53-56.

 

Yoder, Donna and Jane Kolber, “The Anasazi Rock Art of Chaco Canyon: A Preliminary Report of Findings,” pp. 161-168.

 

 

AIRA Volume 29: DuBois, Edited by Alanah Woody and Joseph T. O'Connor, 2003, 160 pp. (In stock)

 

Culley, Elisabeth V., “Examining Metaphorical Reasoning in Rock Art Production: Conceptualizations of Self in Coso Range Imagery,” pp. 69-82.

 

Dandridge, Debra E., and James K. Meen, “The Degradation of Rock Art by Lichen Processes,” pp. 43-52.

 

Gillette, Donna, and Teresa Miller Saltzman, “So What's a PCN?,” pp. 105-109.

 

Lee, David M., and Courtney R. Smith, “Variation, Distribution and Context of Anthropomorphic and Zoomorphic Elements in the Rock Art Record of the Volcanic Tableland,” pp. 53-68.

 

Loendorf, Lawrence L., and Linda Olson, “The Tolar Petroglyph Site,” pp. 1-10.

 

Malotki, Ekkehart, “Liminal Animals in the Archaic / Basketmaker II Rock Art Iconography of the Palavayu Anthropomorphic Style (PASTYLE), Arizona,” pp. 139-154.

 

Mccall, Grant S., “No Rest for the Foragers? Mobility and Resource Acquisition in Hunter - Gatherer Rock Art,” pp. 121-128.

 

Merrell, Carolynne L., “Buffalo Eddy: A Confluence of Influence as Seen Through its Petroglyphs and Pictographs,” pp. 21-31.

 

Mitchell, Diana, “Comments, Diana Mitchell, Fremont County Historic Preservation,” pp. 139-154.

 

Phillips, Ann, “Pecked Stone Prayers for Rain and Warmth: Sand Island Petroglyph Panel, Southeastern Utah,” pp. 129-138.

 

Poetschat, George, James D. Keyser, Betty Tandberg, Helen Hiczun, and Pat McCoy, “The Beaver Bowl: A Shaman's Petroglyphs in the Northwest Coast Art Tradition,” pp. 33-42.

 

Steinbring, Jack, Jeffrey Behm, and Herman H. Bender, “Petroforms in the North American Mid-Continent: A Neglected Phenomenon,” pp. 111-120.

 

Taylor, Michael W., and James D. Keyser, “The Columbia Plateau Scratched Style: A Preliminary Interpretation,” pp. 11-20.

 

Whitley, David S., “What is Hedges Arguing About?,” pp. 83-104.

 

 

AIRA Volume 30: San Bernadino, Edited by Joseph T. O'Conner, 2004, 167 pp. (In stock)

 

Allen, Mary, “Comments on: The Esplanade Style: A Reappraisal of Polychrome Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Region, Arizona, by Don Christensen and Jerry Dickey,” pp. 86.

 

Childress, Jane P., “Rock Art and Rock Crawling in Central Arizona,” pp. 103-110.

 

Christensen, Don, and Jerry Dickey, “The Esplanade Style: A Reappraisal of Polychrome Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Region, Arizona,” pp. 69-85.

 

Christensen, Don and Jerry Dickey, “A Reply to Comments by Allen: The Esplanade Style: A Reappraisal of Polychrome Rock Art in the Grand Canyon Region, Arizona,” pp. 87-88.

 

Dickey, Jerry, and Don Christensen, “A Functional Analysis of the Esplanade Style,” pp. 89-102.

 

Garfinkel, Alan P.. and J. Kenneth Pringle, “Dating the Rock Drawings of the Coso Range: Projectile Point Petroglyphs,” pp. 1-14.

 

Golio, JJ, and Mike Golio, “Hohokam Bola Petroglyphs in the South Mountains of Phoenix,” pp. 111-118.

 

Holmes, Elaine, “26CK6580: A Possible Basketmaker Rock Art Site in Southern Nevada,” pp. 15-18.

 

McCall, Grant S., “Politics and Rock Art: Examining the Utility of Social Structure and Institutions for Explaining Patterns of Rock Art Production,” pp. 149-156.

 

Morales, Jr., Reinaldo and Claudia Cunha, “Chapada Diamantina Rock Art: New Evidence of Nordeste Tradition Variations in Bahia, Brazil,” pp. 137-148.

 

Murray, William Breen, “Marking Places: Graffiti, Inscriptions, and Rock Art in Northeast Mexico (and Elsewhere),” pp. 129-136.

 

Ritter, Eric W., “Paradigms and Petroglyphs of the Dry Lakes Plateau, Mono County, California,” pp. 19-42.

 

Robinson, David W., “Tierra Incognita: Rock Art, Landscape Biography, and Archaeological Blind Spots - A Case Study from Interior California,” pp. 43-55.

 

Rogers, Alexander K., and Frances G. Rogers, “Rock Art Analysis of the Terese Site, El Paso Mountains, California,” pp. 57-67.

 

Steelman, Karen L., Jane P. Childress, Jane Kolber, Marvin W. Rowe, and Tom Guilderson, “San Pedro Eye of the Cave: Painting of the Past Dated for the Present,” pp. 119-128.

 

Waller, Steven J., “Psychoacoustic Implications of Prehistoric Art Inferred from Sound Measurements and Echo Myths,” pp. 157-164.