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In Focus

    1. R Introduction
      1. Frances E. Mascia-Lees
        Susan H. Lees
    2. R Do "Language Rights" Serve Indigenous Interests? Some Hopi and Other Queries
      1. Peter Whiteley
    3. R Getting Language Rights: The Rhetorics of Language Endangerment and Loss
      1. Joseph Errington
    4. R Mayan Language Revival and Revitalization Politics: Linguists and Linguistic Ideologies
      1. Nora C. England
    5. R Globalizing Languages: Ideologies and Realities of the Contemporary Global System
      1. Jonathan Friedman
    6. R Mongolian Ethnicity and Linguistic Anxiety in China
      1. Uradyn E. Bulag
    7. R Ideologies of Language: Some Reflections on Language and U.S. Law
      1. John B. Haviland
    8. R Comment: Got Language? Law, Property, and the Anthropological Imagination
      1. Bill Maurer

Research Articles

    1. R The Proverbial Bourdieu: Habitus and the Politics of Representation in the Ethnography of Kabylia
      1. Jane E. Goodman
    2. R Language Ideology and Women's Speech: Talking Community in the Northwest Amazon
      1. Janet M. Chernela

New Answers to Old Questions

    1. R Aesthetics, Intuition, and Reference in Fijian Ritual Communication: Modularity in and out of Language
      1. Andrew Arno

Visual Anthropology

    1. R Introduction
      1. Jeff Himpele
    2. R Atanarjuat, The Fast Runner: Culture, History, and Politics in Inuit Media
      1. Shari Huhndorf
    3. R Atanarjuat Off-Screen: From "Media Reservations" to the World Stage
      1. Faye Ginsburg
    4. R Talking Back to Primitivism: Divided Audiences, Collective Desires
      1. Lucas Bessire

Museum Anthropology

    1. R One Tragedy in Reference to Another: September 11 and the Obligations of Museum Commemoration
      1. Jeffrey D. Feldman
    2. R Reviews
      1. Joseph Nevadomsky

Book Reviews

    1. R Three Approaches to the Study of Language and Gender
      1. Bonnie McElhinny
    2. R Speaking of Feelings
      1. James M. Wilce
    3. R Style and Sociolinguistic Variation.
      1. Julie Roberts
    4. R The Ecology of Language Evolution.
      1. David B. Kronenfeld
    5. R Linguistic Fieldwork.
      1. Janet Dixson Keller
    6. R Bioarchaeology of Spanish Florida: The Impact of Colonialism.; Skeletons in Our Closet: Revealing Our Past through Bioarchaeology.
      1. Pamela K. Stone
    7. R The Archaeological Process: An Introduction.; Archaeological Theory Today.
      1. Norman Yoffee
    8. R Gerhard Heberer (1901–1973) Sein Beitrag zur Biologe im 20. Jahrhundert.; Evolutionsbiologie von Darwin bis heute.; Die Entdeckung der Evolution. Eine revolutionare Theorie und ihre Geschichte.
      1. Gretchene E. Schafft
    9. R Transforming Academia: Challenges and Opportunities for an Engaged Anthropology.
      1. R. Brian Ferguson
    10. R Honour and Violence.
      1. David I. Kertzer
    11. R Marxist Modern: An Ethnographic History of the Ethiopian Revolution.
      1. Dan Bauer
    12. R Archaic States.
      1. Brian R. Billman
    13. R Collecting Colonialism: Material Culture and Colonial Change.
      1. Miram Kahn
    14. R Voyaging through the Contemporary Pacific.
      1. Martha Kaplan
    15. R Clifford Geertz: Culture, Custom and Ethics.
      1. Richard Handler
    16. R Dynamics in Human and Primate Societies: Agent-Based Modeling of Social and Spatial Processes.
      1. Linda D. Wolfe
    17. R The Dignity of Working Men: Morality and the Boundaries of Race, Class, and Immigration.
      1. Cynthia Fuchs Epstein
    18. R Here, Our Culture Is Hard: Stories of Domestic Violence from a Mayan Community in Belize.
      1. Judith K. Brown
    19. R Music and Gender.
      1. Ron Eyerman
    20. R The Transformation of Nomadic Society in the Arab East.
      1. Gideon Kressel
    21. R Interpretations of Native North American Life: Material Contributions to Ethnohistory.
      1. Nancy Bonvillain
    22. R Contingent Countryside: Settlement, Economy, and Land Use in the Southern Argolid since 1700.
      1. Anastasian N. Karakasidou
    23. R Things from the Bush: A Contemporary History of the Omaheke Bushmen.
      1. Edwin N. Wilmsen


    1. R Reply to Shapiro's Review of The Cultural Analysis of Kinship
      1. Richard Feinberg


    1. R Commentary on Chocolate Review
      1. Walter E. Little
    2. R Commentary: A Response to di Leonardo
      1. Paul Roscoe


    1. R Abner Cohen (1921–2001)
      1. David Parkin
    2. R Irving Goldman (1911–2002)
      1. Paula Rubel
        Abraham Rosman
    3. R Gabriel Ward Lasker (1912–2002)
      1. Michael A. Little


    1. R Acknowledgment: Manuscript Reviewers

American Anthropologist Volume 105 Index

    1. R American Anthropologist Volume 105 Index