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Occasional Paper 1, Preserving Our Rock Art Heritage, Crotty, Helen K., ed., 1989, 105 pgs. (Out of print)


Anderson, Bruce A., "National Park Service Studies for the Proposed West Mesa Petroglyphs Near Albuquerque", 37-40.


Bednarik, Robert G., "Rock Art Conservation and Protection in Australia", 43-47.


Bock, Frank, moderator and et. al., "Conservation and Protection Symposium Panel Discussion", 75-89.


Cartwright, Chas, "Graffiti Removal Strategies at Two Sites on the San Juan River: A Cautionary Tale", 61-63.


Crotty, Helen K., "References Sited and Selected Bibliography", 91-104.


Hedges, Ken, "Ethics of Rock Art Research", 35-36.


Lee, Georgia, "Problems of Conservation and Preservation of Rock Art on Easter Island", 49-53.


Mark, Robert K. and Newman, Evelyn B., "Some Observations on Rock Art Conservation in Spain", 65-70.


Payen, Louis A., "Rock Art Conservation and Protection at Indian Grinding Rocks State Historical Park, California: Some Initial Observations", 55-59.


Pilles, Jr., Peter J., "Public Education and the Management of Rock Art Sites on the Coconino National Forest", 23-34.


Ritter, Eric W., "The Bureau of Land Management and Rock Art: Protection, Conservation and Understanding in the 21st Century" , 41-42.


Rolf, Stanton, "Brownstone Canyon Archaeological District: A Cultural Resource Management Plan", 71-73.


Silver, Constance, "Rock Art Conservation in the United States: Wish or Reality", 3-15.


Stanley Price, Nicholas, "What Makes a Conservation Treatment Acceptable or Not?", 17-22.




Occasional Paper 2, Rock Art of the Eastern Woodlands, Charles H. Faulkner, ed., 1996, 136 pgs. (In stock).


Coy Jr., Fred E., "Petroglyphs and Pictographs in Kentucky", 87-98.


Diaz-Granados, Carol, "Missouri's Petroglyphs and Pictographs: Overview of a Statewide Survey and Analysis", 81-86.


Faulkner, Charles H., "Rock Art in Tennessee: Ceremonial Art in this World and the Underworld", 111-118.


Hedden, Mark, "3,500 Years of Shamanism in Maine Rock Art", 7-24 ..


Henson, B. Bart, "Rock Art Distribution in North Alabama as a Function of Motif Style", 119-126.


Hockensmith, Charles D., "Circle and Line Petroglyphs: Historic Carvings Mistaken for Prehistoric Petroglyphs", 99-110.


Hranicky, Wm. Jack , "Virginia's Prehistoric Observatories", 131-136.


Lenik, Edward J., "Sacred Places and Power Spots: Native American Rock Art at Middleborough, Massachusetts", 25-37.


Lowe, David C., "Ancient Images of Wisconsin", 39-46.


Mooney, Richard M., "Petroglyphs and Archaeoastronomy in Tennessee", 127-130.


Swauger, James L., "Petroglyphs, Pictographs, and the Last Thirty Five Years", 3-6.


Wagner, Mark J., "Written in Stone: An Overview of the Rock Art of Illinois", 47-79.




Occasional Paper 3, Rock Art and Ethics: A Dialogue, William D. Hyder, ed., 1999, 37 pgs. (Out of print)


Dowson, Thomas A., "Off the Rocks, onto T-Shirts, Canvasses, etc. . . Power and the Popular Consumption of Rock Art Imagery", 1-14.


Labadie, John A. and Labadie, Joesph H., "Parietal Works of the Signifying Animal: Rock Art as a Resource and as a Cultural Responsibility", 15-19.


Lever, Janet, "Rock Art, Art, and Ethics: A Personal Response", 21-27.


Welsh, Peter H., "Commodification of Rock Art: An Inalienable Right", 29-37.




Occasional Paper 4, Les Cavernes du Volp, Henri Bégouën and L'Abbé H. Breuil, 1999 reprint of the 1958 edition with Postscript by Robert Bégouën. Bibliography of new research. New color plates. 165 pgs. (Out of print)




Occasional Paper 5, Making Marks: Graduate Studies in Rock Art Research at the New Millennium, Huang, Jennifer K. K. and Elisabeth V. Culley, eds., 234pp. (In stock)


Rowe, Marvin W., "Fresh Voices for Rock Art" pages ix-xii


Griffith, Cameron S., and Sarah M. P. Jack, "Monumental Modified Speleothem Sculpture: New Patterns in a Class of Ancient Maya Cave Art" pages 1-16


Steelman, Karen L., and Marvin W. Rowe, "Dating Pictographs: Independent Dates and Their Implications for Rock Art." Pages 17-26


Morales, Jr., Reinaldo, "The Angelim Style and Northeast Brazilian Rock Art" pages 27-40


Blanshard,Andrew, "A Stylistic Chronology of Maori Rock Art in the South Island of New Zealand" pages41-50


Patterson, Carol, "A Study of gestures in Anthropomorphic Figures in Rock Paintings of Cape York Peninsula, Australia" pages 51-64


Barry, Michael, and John Clegg, "Snames and Science" pages 65-80


Johnson, Melissa, "Spatially Analysing Rock Art Sites within a GIS: A Preliminary Report" pages 81-92


Riel-Salvatore, Julien, "Limitations of Shamanistic Interpretive Models for southern Africa and Upper Paleolithic Rock Art" pages 93-100


Huang, Jennifer K. K., "Conservation Efforts on the Engravings of the Cða Valley Archaeological Park, Portugal" pages 101-114


Harrison, III, James B., "Anthropomorphizing the Landscape: The Pecos River Style Core Motifs" pages 115-134


Duncan, Kenneth Y. "Woody", "A Study of Design Element Patterns Associated with Petroglyph Faces Bisected by Rock Angles at Archaeological Site LA 9064" pages 135-148


Olsen, Nancy H., "Learning from Images in Context: Theory Building for Rock Art in Archaeology" pages149-162


Wintcher, Amanda R., "Rock Art and Landscape in the Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site Southeast Colorado" pages 163-182


Merrell, Carolynne L., "Location Location Location: Rock Art as Sacred Geography" pages 183-196


Huang, Jennifer K: K., "Content-Context Relationships in the Rock art of Chavez Pass, North-central Arizona" pages 197-210


Sells, Lorelei, " Moving Mountains" to Provide Access to Rock Art: Multi-media Interpretation of the Hedgpeth Hills Petroglyph Site" pages 211-220


Colwell-Chanthaphonh, Chip, "Footprints of the Hisatsinom: Hopi Interpretations of Ancient Images in the San Pedro Valley of Southern Arizona" pages 221-228




Monograph No. 1., Hieroglyphic Canyon, Weaver, Jr., Donald E., 1985, 34 pgs. (Out of print).




Monograph No. 2, Petroglyphs of Saline River Valley, Kansas, Wells, Nova, 1996, 64 pgs. (Out of print). Reprint copies of this publication may be ordered from the author at this link.




Index to American Rock Art Research Association Publications: American Indian Rock Art Vols. 1 – 20 (1974 – 1993), Occasional Papers and Monograph Series, McCarthy, Daniel F., compiler, 1994, 36 pgs. (In stock).