Vol. 30 of BEADS Will Soon Be Here!
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Posted by: Karlis Post Reply
11/12/2018, 08:28:07

Greetings all!

Vol. 30 of BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers should be printed and ready for distribution by the end of the month. It contains a variety of articles and book reviews that we hope will be of interest to the bead research and collecting communities (see below). If you are currently not a member of the Society and wish to receive this journal, contact me at karlis4444@gmail.com and I will send you a PayPal invoice or the address where you can send a check or MO. Membership for 2018 is only $20 US for North America and $30 US for other destinations. You may join for 2019 at this time as well but be aware that the dues for this year have increased to $25 and $35, respectively, to keep pace with ever increasing printing and shipping costs.

With best wishes,

Karlis Karklins
Society of Bead Researchers


To “Produce a Pleasing Effect:” Taíno Shell and Stone Cibas and Spanish Cuentas in the Early Colonial Caribbean, by Joanna Ostapkowicz

Glass Beads in Iron-Age and Early-Modern Taiwan: An Introduction, by Kuan-Wen Wang

Beyond the Nubian Gold: Meroitic Beads between the Fifth and Sixth Nile Cataracts, by Joanna Then-Obłuska

Florida Cut-Crystal Beads in Ontario, by Karlis Karklins, Alicia Hawkins, Heather Walder, and Scott Fairgrieve

More Pipeclay Beads from Norton St Philip, England, by Marek Lewcun

More on Frit-Core Beads in North America, by Karlis Karklins and Adelphine Bonneau

Sourcing a Unique Man-in-the-Moon Bead, by Thomas Stricker, Karlis Karklins, Mark Mangus, and Thaddeus Watts

Stone Beads in Oman during the 3rd to 2nd Millennia BCE: New Approaches to the Study of Trade and Technology, by Jonathan Mark Kenoyer and Dennys Frenez


Daniella E. Bar-Yosef Mayer, Clive Bonsall, and Alice M. Choyke (eds.): Not Just for Show: The Archaeology of Beads, Beadwork and Personal Ornaments, by Karlis Karklins

Marsha C. Bol: The Art & Tradition of Beadwork, by Valerie Hector

Alok Kumar Kanungo (ed.): Stone Beads of South and Southeast Asia: Archaeology, Ethnography and Global Connections, by Karlis Karklins

Kazunobu Ikeya (ed.): Beads in the World, by Margot Thompson

Heidi Munan and Anita MacGillivray (eds.): Journal: Borneo International Beads Conference 2017, by Louise M. Macul

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