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    1. R Keeping Biological Anthropology in Anthropology, and Anthropology in Biology
      1. James M. Calcagno
    2. R Primate Behavioral Ecology: From Ethnography to Ethology and Back
      1. Karen B. Strier
    3. R Human Biology and Ecology: Variation in Nature and the Nature of Variation
      1. Paul W. Leslie
        Michael A. Little
    4. R Forensic Anthropology and Bioarchaeology in the American Anthropologist Rare but Exquisite Gems
      1. Jane E. Buikstra
        Jason L. King
        Kenneth C. Nystrom
    5. R A Century of Skeletal Biology and Paleopathology: Contrasts, Contradictions, and Conflicts
      1. George J. Armelagos
        Dennis P. Van Gerven
    6. R From Types to Populations: A Century of Race, Physical Anthropology, and the American Anthropological Association
      1. Rachel Caspari
    7. R The Evolution of Human Origins
      1. Carol Ward
    8. R Sixty Years of Modern Human Origins in the American Anthropological Association
      1. John Hawks
        Milford H. Wolpoff
    9. R Anthropological Genetics in the Genomic Era: A Look Back and Ahead
      1. Dennis H. O'Rourke

Exchange across Difference: The Status of the Race Concept

    1. R Perishing Paradigm: Race—1931–99
      1. Leonard Lieberman
        Rodney C. Kirk
        Alice Littlefield
    2. R Surveying the Race Concept: A Reply to Lieberman, Kirk, and Littlefield
      1. Matt Cartmill
        Kaye Brown
    3. R "Race"—Still an Issue for Physical Anthropology? Results of Polish Studies Seen in the Light of the U.S. Findings
      1. Katarzyna A. Kaszycka
        Jan Strziko

New Answers to Old Questions: Did Boas Get It Right?

    1. R Heredity, Environment, and Cranial Form: A Reanalysis of Boas's Immigrant Data
      1. Clarence C. Gravlee
        H. Russell Bernard
        William R. Leonard

Visual Anthroplology

    1. R Imagining Prehistory: Pictorial Reconstructions of the Way We Were
      1. Alan E. Mann
    2. R A Note on the Paintings of Prehistoric Ancestors by Charles R. Knight
      1. Judith C. Berman
    3. R Representation and Aesthetics in Paleo-Art: An Interview with John Gurche
      1. Diana L. Koepfer

Visual Anthropology

    1. R Chimpanzees Today
      1. Ellen J. Ingmanson

Museum Anthropology

    1. R Chocolate
      1. Susan J. Terrio
    2. R Hip-Hop: The Culture, the Sound, the Science; One Planet under a Groove: Hip-Hop and Contemporary Art
      1. Raymond Codrington
    3. R Staging the Indian: The Politics of Representation
      1. Nancy Marie Mithlo
    4. R Atom Egoyan's Steenbeckett—An Installation
      1. Annie E. Coombes

Book Reviews

    1. R History, Memory, and Nation in the (Post)Colonies
      1. Geoffrey M. White
    2. R Reasoning with an Attitude: Johannes Fabian's Ecstatic Trek
      1. Michael Herzfeld
    3. R Scarce Goods: Justice, Fairness, and Organ Transplantation; The Twice Dead: Organ Transplants and the Reinvention of Death
      1. Nancy Scheper-Hughes
    4. R Women as Producers and Consumers of Tourism in Developing Regions
      1. Joyce D. Hammond
    5. R La Voz del Kultrun en la Modernidad: Tradicion y Cambio en la Terapeutica de Siete Machi Mapuche
      1. Michael Winkelman
    6. R The Archaeology of Drylands: Living at the Margin
      1. David L. Browman
    7. R Ritual and Pilgrimage in the Ancient Andes: The Islands of the Sun and the Moon
      1. Jerry D. Moore
    8. R Archaeologies of the Contemporary Past
      1. Nan A. Rothschild
    9. R Latinos, Inc.: The Marketing and Making of a People
      1. Rafael Reyes-Ruiz
    10. R Imagined States: Nationalism, Utopia and Longing in the Oral Cultures
      1. Wanni W. Anderson
    11. R Inside Organizations: Anthropologists at Work
      1. Ann T. Jordan
    12. R Indians, Markets, and Rainforests: Theory, Methods, and Analysis
      1. A. Peter Castro
    13. R The Festive State: Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism as Cultural Performance
      1. Kristin Norget
    14. R Money in an Unequal World: Keith Hart and His Memory Bank
      1. Rhoda Halperin
    15. R Griots at War: Conflict, Conciliation, and Caste in Mande
      1. Diana Brown
    16. R The Shaping of American Ethnography: The Wilkes Exploring Expedition, 1832–1842
      1. John Barker
    17. R Identity and Gender in Hunting and Gathering Societies
      1. Françoise Dussart
    18. R Team Spirits: The Native American Mascot Controversy
      1. Susan Applegate Krouse
    19. R Women and Migration: Anthropological Perspectives
      1. Janet E. Benson
    20. R No One Home: Brazilian Selves Remade in Japan
      1. Amy Borovoy
    21. R Turbulent Times and Enduring Peoples: Mountain Minorities in the Southeast Asian Massif
      1. Margaret Swain
    22. R Car Cultures
      1. Richard R. Wilk
    23. R Alternative Leadership Strategies in the Prehispanic Southwest
      1. Stephen A. Kowalewski
    24. R Hunting the Gatherers: Ethnographic Collectors, Agents, and Agency in Melanesia, 1870s–1930s
      1. Jeanne Cannizzo
    25. R The Archaeology of Traditions: Agency and History before and after Columbus
      1. Ann B. Stahl
    26. R Russia and Soul: An Exploration
      1. Bruce Grant
    27. R Rebirth of the Blackfeet Nation, 1912–1954
      1. Alice B. Kehoe
    28. R Of Wonders and Wise Men: Religion and Popular Cultures in Southeast Mexico, 1800–1876
      1. Grant D. Jones
    29. R When the Hands Are Many: Community and Social Change in Rural Haiti
      1. Rose-Marie Chierici
    30. R Dresden: Paradoxes of Memory and History
      1. Uli Linke
    31. R Handbook of Rock Art Research
      1. Warren Deboer
    32. R Sounding the Center: History and Aesthetics in Thai Buddhist Performance
      1. Jonathan H. Shannan


    1. R Mary LeCron Foster (1914–2001)
      1. Stanley Brandes
    2. R Kenneth L. Hale (1934–2001)
      1. Aram A. Yengoyan
    3. R Charles Francis Hockett (1916–2000)
      1. Michael Silverstein
    4. R Thomas Albert Sebeok (1920–2001)
      1. Myrdene Anderson
    5. R James Deetz (1930–2000)
      1. Mary C. Beaudry
    6. R Clara Lee Fraps Tanner (1905–97)/John Canfield Ewers (1909–97)
      1. Nancy J. Parezo
    7. R Corrections to the Obituary of Morton Klass
      1. Herbert Lewis