Selected Recent Publications
“Tideland Tales: Drama and Death on Late 19th Century Oyster Bay” Columbia Magazine, Washington State Historical Society. Fall 2007.
“Oyster Bay in the Late 19th Century: The Hope of Community” The Mason County Historical Society. Spring 2007.
“Katie Gale’s Tombstone: The Work of Researching a Life” Oregon Historical Quarterly. Winter 2005. and http://www.historycooperative.org/journals/ohq/106.4/danaan.html
“Ethnographic Background” in Vashon Island Archaeology: A View from Burton Acres Shell Midden. Burke Museum and University of Washington Press. 2002.
American Beef” Fishtrap Anthology 2009: Speaking Truth. Fishtrap, Inc. Enterprise, Washington. 2008.
“The Future of Anthropology” Antropoint. November 2007. Go to: http://antropoint.ro/home_en.php
Koans for the Inner Dog. Hypatia in the Woods Press, Shelton, Washington. 2003.
Conversations with the Inner Dog. Hypatia in the Woods Press, Shelton, Washington. 2002.
Field, Les W. Abalone tales: collaborative explorations of sovereignty and identity in Native California, by Les W. Field with Cheryl Seidner et al. CHOICE forthcoming
Skywatching in the ancient world: new perspectives in cultural astronomy studies in honor of Anthony F. Aveni, ed. by Clive Ruggles and Gary Urtan. University Press of Colorado, 2008 (c2007). CHOICE. February 2009
Rice, Prudence M. Maya calendar origins: monuments, mythistory, and the materialization of time. Texas, 2007. CHOICE. August 2008
Lankford, George E. Reachable stars: patterns in the ethnoastronomy of eastern North America. Alabama, 2007. CHOICE. June 2008
Thrush, Coll. Native Seattle: histories from the crossing-over place. Washington, 2007. CHOICE. May 2008
Representative Earlier Work
“Clubhouse Participation and The Colonized Mind,” Disabilities Study Quarterly, Spring 1993.
“Mental Health Statistics Improvement Program–Current Status and Directions for the Future.” Fall 1993. Dumont, Loder, Campbell, De Danaan, Janssen and Paul.
“Margin to Center: Dynamics in a Global Classroom,” Women’s Studies Quarterly, Spring 1990.
“Visual Anthropology at a Liberal Arts College,” Commission on Visual Anthropology, May 1987.
“Feminist Theory and Feminist Seeing,” National Media and Education Conference Proceedings, 1987.
“The Blossom Falling: Movement and Allusion in a Malay Dance,” Asian Theatre Journal, Spring, 1986.
“Hokushu,” Asian Theatre Journal, Spring, 1985.
“Bidayuh Labor Exchange,” Sarawak Museum Journal, Vol.33, No. 54, 1984.
“Research Note: Katang Land Dyak Head Ceremony,” Sarawak Museum Journal, Vol. 27, No. 48, 1979.
The Regional Quality of Puget Sound Life: First Steps in It’s Report and Measurement (with Barnard), Puget Sound Governmental Conference, Seattle, 1969.
Yakima Community Center/Grass Roots Study (with Pataki et al.), Department of Community Development, 1968.
The Endless Cycle: Migrant Life in the Yakima Valley (with Pataki et. al.), Department of Community Development, 1968.
“Ahtanum: Yakima Farmworkers Camp, Summer 1967,” in Migrant and Seasonal Farmworker Powerlessness. Hearings before the subcommittee on Labor and Public Welfare, U.S. Senate, First and Second Sessions on the Migrant Subculture, July 28, 1969.