Other Publications

"Considerations of Context, Time, and Discourse in Identity Politics for Indians of the Carolinas." In SOUTHERN INDIANS AND ANTHROPOLOGISTS. CULTURE POLITICS, AND IDENTITY, Lefler, Lisa J. and F.W. Gleach, (eds.), Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, No. 35, Michael V. Angrosino, Series Editor, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2002, pp. 31-42.

"Celebrations and Dress: Sources of Native American Identity." In ANTHROPOLOGISTS AND INDIANS IN THE NEW SOUTH, Bonney, Rachel A. and J.Anthony Paredes (eds.), Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2001, pp. 143-155.

"A Good Ol' Woman": Relations of Race and Gender in an Indian Community." In NEITHER SEPARATE NOR EQUAL: WOMEN, RACE, AND CLASS IN THE SOUTH, Smith, Barbara Ellen (ed), Philadelphia: Temple U Press, 1999, pp. 57-73.

"Uma Discusao sobre multiculturalismo nos campi universitários dos Estados Unidos: a cultura de quem dominará o curriculo?" Universidade, Pesquisa e Inovaço Maria Estela Dal Pai Franco (ed.), Passo Fundo: Ediupf, Porto Alegre: Edipucrs, 1997, pp. 101-110.

Powwows as Idenity Markers: Traditional or Pan-Indian? Lerch, Patricia Barker and Susan Bullers. Human Organization, 1996, 55, 4, winter, 390-395.

"Powwows, Parades and Social Drama Among the Waccamaw Sioux." In CELEBRATIONS OF IDENTITY. MULTIPLE VOICES IN AMERICAN RITUAL PERFORMANCE. Frese, Pamela R. (ed.), Wesport, Connecticut: Bergin & Garvey, 1993, pp. 75-92.

Coverage differences in the census of a rural minority community in North Carolina: the "Little Branch Area" of the Waccamaw Sioux Tribe. Final Report for Joint Statistical Agreement 89-25, Ethnographic Evaluation of the 1990 Census Report Series, Report #20, Center for Survey Methods Research, Bureau of Census, Washington, DC. 1992.

Pageantry, Parades, and Indian Dancing: the Staging of Identity among the Waccamaw Sioux. Museum Anthropology 1992, 16 (June):27-34.

"State-Recognized Indians of North Carolina, Including a History of the Waccamaw Sioux." In INDIANS OF THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES IN THE LATE 20TH CENTURY. J.A. Paredes (ed.), Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 1992, pp. 44-71. (PDF)

Tourism as a Factor in Development. Implications for Gender and Work in Barbados. (with Diane E. Levy) Gender and Society Vol 5 No. 1 (1991) pp. 67-85.

A Solid Foundation: Predicting Success in Barbados' Tourist Industry. (with Diane E. Levy) Human Organization, 1990, 46 (Winter) 4:355-63

"Articulatory Relationships: Waccamaw Struggle Against Assimilation." In SEA AND LAND: ADAPTATIONS IN THE SOUTHERN COASTAL PLAIN. Peacock, James and James C. Sabella (eds), Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, No.21, Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1988, pp. 76-91. (PDF)

"Os usos da ficcao e da etnografia no ensino da antropologia." Ensino e Realidades. Analise e Refexas. (edited by Maria da Gracas Furtado Feldons e Maria Estrela Dal Pai Franco). Porto Alegre, RS: Editora da Universidade UFRGS. 1987, pp. 425-426.

"An Explanation for the Predominance of Women in the Umbanda Cults of Porto Alegre, Brazil." Urban Anthropology Vol 11 No. 2 Summer (1982) pp. 237-261. (PDF)

American Indian identity and federal recognition. The Humanist Sociologist Vol 7 No. 3 (1982) pp.7-9.

"Spirit Mediums in Umbanda "Evangelizada" of Porto Alegre: Dimensions of Power and Authority." In A WORLD OF WOMEN. Erika Bourguignon (ed), New York: Praeger Special Studies. 1980, pp. 129-159. (PDF)

From Princess to Chief.  Life with the Waccamaw Siouan Indians of North Carolina. Priscilla Freeman Jacobs and Patricia Barker Lerch (2013 University of Alabama Press)