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This brief editorial introduces the special double issue of Museum Anthropology Review titled Studies in Museum Ethnography in Honor of Daniel C. Swan.
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Bailey, Garrick, and Daniel C Swan. 2004. Art of the Osage. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Dewhurst, C. Kurt, and Marsha MacDowell. 2015. “Strategies for Creating and Sustaining Museum-Based International Collaborative Partnerships.” Practicing Anthropology 37 (3): 54–55. https://doi.org/10.17730/0888-4552-37.3.54.
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Ellis, Clyde. 2010. “Painting A New Battle Tipi [DVD] (Swan, McCarty, and Jordan).” Museum Anthropology Review 4 (2): 262–63. https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/mar/article/view/911
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Jackson, Jason. 2000. “Ethnography and Ethnographers in Museum-Community Partnerships.” Practicing Anthropology 22 (4): 29–32. https://doi.org/10.17730/praa.22.4.30l3vn01482324x4.
Jackson, Jason Baird. 2008. “Review of Art of the Osage, by Garrick Bailey and Daniel C. Swan.” Material Culture 40 (2): 104–7. https://www.jstor.org/stable/29764479.
Jackson, Jason Baird. 2021. “The Seventh Forum on China-US Folklore and Intangible Cultural Heritage: Collaborative Work in Museum Folklore and Heritage Studies.” Museum Anthropology Review 15 (1): 78–83. https://doi.org/10.14434/mar.v15i1.31569.
Jordan, Michael Paul, and Daniel C. Swan. 2011. “Painting a New Battle Tipi: Public Art, Intellectual Property, and Heritage Construction in a Contemporary Native American Community.” Plains Anthropologist 56 (219): 195–213. https://doi.org/10.1179/pan.2011.017.
Swan, Daniel C. 1987. “Locality as a Factor in the Band Organization of the Osage Indians: A Quantitative Analysis.” Occasional Papers of The Newberry Library 8: 1–22.
Swan, Daniel C. 1990. “West Moon- East Moon: An Ethnohistory of the Peyote Religion among the Osage Indians, 1898-1930.” PhD dissertation, Norman: University of Oklahoma.
Swan, Daniel C. 1998. “Early Osage Peyotism.” Plains Anthropologist 43 (163): 51–71. https://doi.org/10.1080/2052546.1998.11931882.
Swan, Daniel C. 1999a. “Peyote Arts in the Collections of the Gilcrease Museum.” American Indian Art Magazine 24 (2): 36–45.
Swan, Daniel C. 1999b. Peyote Religious Art: Symbols of Faith and Belief. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi.
Swan, Daniel C. 2008a. “Contemporary Navajo Peyote Arts.” American Indian Art Magazine 33 (4): 44–55, 94.
Swan, Daniel C. 2008b. “Peyotism and the Native American Church.” In Indians in Contemporary Society. Edited by Garrick Bailey, Vol. 2 of the Handbook of North American Indians, edited by William C. Sturtevant, 317–26. Washington: Smithsonian Institution.
Swan, Daniel C. 2010a “Objects of Purpose—Objects of Prayer: Peyote Boxes of the Native American Church.” Museum Anthropology Review 4 (2): 156–89. https://scholarworks.iu.edu/journals/index.php/mar/article/view/887.
Swan, Daniel C. 2010b. “The North American Lotus (Nelumbo Lutea Willd Pers.) - Sacred Food of the Osage People.” Ethnobotany Research and Applications 8: 249–53. https://ethnobotanyjournal.org/index.php/era/article/view/496.
Swan, Daniel C. 2015a. “A Museum Anthropologist in Academic Practice.” Practicing Anthropology 37 (3): 65. https://doi.org/10.17730/0888-4552-37.3.65.
Swan, Daniel C. 2015b. “Peyote Fan.” In North American Indian Art: Masterpieces and Museum Collections from the Netherlands, edited by Pieter Hovens and Bruce Bernstein, 260–61. Frankfurt: ZKF Publishers.
Swan, Daniel C. 2016. “Peyote Arts in Motion: Religious Diffusion, Artistic Exchange, and Museum Collections.” In Art in Motion: Native American Explorations of Time, Place, and Thought, 62–81. Denver, CO: Denver Art Museum.
Swan, Daniel C., ed. 2018. Fluent Generations: The Art of Anita, Tom, and Yatika Fields. Norman: Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History.
Swan, Daniel C., and Gregory R. Campbell. 1989. “Differential Reproduction Rates and Osage Population Change, 1877-1907.” Plains Anthropologist 34 (124, part 2): 61–70. https://www.jstor.org/stable/25668877.
Swan, Daniel C., and Harding Big Bow. 1995. “Symbols of Faith and Belief: The Art of the Native American Church.” Gilcrease Journal 3 (2): 22–43.
Swan, Daniel C., and Jim Cooley. 2019. Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community: A Giving Heritage. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/handle/2022/22292.
Swan, Daniel C., and Michael Paul Jordan. 2010. “Tipis in the Warrior Tradition.” In Tipi: Heritage of the Great Plains, edited by Nancy B. Rosoff, 145–63. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Swan, Daniel C., and Michael Paul Jordan. 2015. “Contingent Collaborations: Patterns of Reciprocity in Museum-Community Partnerships.” Journal of Folklore Research 52 (1): 39–84. https://doi.org/10.2979/jfolkrese.52.1.39.
Swan, Daniel C., and Mary S. Linn. 2021. “A Language Fair, a Community and a Museum: The Role of Museum Anthropology in Sustained and Responsive Engagement.” Museum Anthropology Review 15 (1): 54–70. https://doi.org/10.14434/mar.v15i1.32105.
Swan, Daniel C., and Paul Minnis. 2014. “Native Plants and Native Peoples: A Community Workshop at the Sam Noble Museum.” Museum Anthropology Review 8 (2): 119–23. https://doi.org/10.14434/mar.v8i2.13045.
Swan, Daniel C., and Gus Palmer, Jr. 1982. “Museums, Anthropology, and American Indian Communities: A Kiowa Example.” Report to the Oklahoma Historical Society, Oklahoma City.
Swan, Daniel C., and Lauren M. Simons. 2014. “An Ethnobotany of Firewood in Osage Big Moon Peyotism: Practical Knowledge, Ritual Participation, and Aesthetic Preference.” Ethnobotany Research and Applications 12: 325–39. http://lib-ojs3.lib.sfu.ca:8114/era/index.php/era/article/view/970.
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