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Contents:

RESEARCH ARTICLES

    1. R Ritual, Risk, and Danger: Chain Prayers in Fiji
      1. MATT TOMLINSON
    2. R Human Behavioral Organization in the Middle Paleolithic: Were Neanderthals Different?
      1. DONALD O. HENRY
        HAROLD J. HIETALA
        ARLENE M. ROSEN
        YURI E. DEMIDENKO
        VITALIY I. USIK
        TERESA L. ARMAGAN
    3. R An Ethnographic Filmflam: Giving Gifts, Doing Research, and Videotaping the Native Subject/Object
      1. JOHN L. JACKSON

RESEARCH ARTICLES: Diversity and the State

    1. R Does French Islam Have Borders? Dilemmas of Domestication in a Global Religious Field
      1. JOHN R. BOWEN
    2. R Constituted through Conflict: Images of Community (and Nation) in Bulgarian Rural Ritual
      1. GERALD W. CREED

RESEARCH ARTICLES: Flouting Colonialism

    1. R Money in Colonial Transition: Cowries and Francs in West Africa
      1. MAHIR ŞAUL
    2. R Decolonizing Time Regimes: Lakota Conceptions of Work, Economy, and Society
      1. KATHLEEN PICKERING

RESEARCH ARTICLES: The Material Construction of Social Reality

    1. R Landscape Politics: The Serpent Ditch and the Rainbow in West Africa
      1. NEIL L. NORMAN
        KENNETH G. KELLY
    2. R Culture Matters in the Neolithic Transition and Emergence of Hierarchy in Thy, Denmark: Distinguished Lecture
      1. TIMOTHY EARLE

DISTINGUISHED LECTURE: Presidential Address: 100th AAA ANNUAL MEETING, WASHINGTON, D.C., DECEMBER 2001

    1. R Unofficial Histories: A Vision of Anthropology from the Margins
      1. LOUISE LAMPHERE

RESEARCH REPORTS

    1. R The Biocultural Context of Very High Fertility among the Bekaa Bedouin
      1. SUZANNE E. JOSEPH
    2. R Universal Patterns in Cultural Evolution: An Empirical Analysis Using Guttman Scaling
      1. PETER N. PEREGRINE
        CAROL R. EMBER
        MELVIN EMBER

VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY: DREAMS OF A NATION: REVIEWS FROM A PALESTINIAN FILM FESTIVAL: REVIEW ESSAYS

    1. R The Adjacent Art of Documentary: A Palestinian Film Festival
      1. LILA ABU-LUGHOD
    2. R Remembrance of Things Present, Longing for Things Future
      1. OMNIA EL SHAKRY
    3. R Blurred Genres
      1. SONALI PAHWA
        KAMRAN RASTEGAR
    4. R Uncomfortable Subjects
      1. AMAHL BISHARA
    5. R Politics in the Everyday: Women in Palestinian Women's Films
      1. LILA ABU-LUGHOD
    6. R Palestinian Children: Dying to Live
      1. LORI A. ALLEN

MUSEUM ANTHROPOLOGY: REVIEW ESSAYS

    1. R Interpreting Wabanaki Women's History
      1. MARILYN NORCINI

BOOK REVIEWS: REVIEW ESSAYS

    1. R Reflections on Relations between Indigenous Peoples and the Canadian State
      1. MICHAEL ASCH
    2. R A Model Approach for Studying Race: Provocative Theory, Sound Science, and Very Good History
      1. LEE D. BAKER

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BOOK REVIEWS: COMBINED REVIEWS

    1. R Combined Review: Architectural Anthropology and Minaret Building and Apprenticeship in Yemen
      1. JERRY D. MOORE

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BOOK REVIEWS: COMBINED REVIEWS

    1. R Combined Review: Experiencing the New Genetics: Family and Kinship on the Medical Frontier and Born and Bred: Idioms and New Reproductive Technologies in England
      1. HELÉNA RAGONÉ

BOOK REVIEWS: SINGLE REVIEWS

    1. R The Nation's Tortured Body: Violence, Representation and the Formation of a Sikh "Diaspora."
      1. VERNE A. DUSENBERY
    2. R Inside Organized Racism: Women in the Hate Movement
      1. CHIP BERLET
    3. R The Night Is Young: Sexuality in Mexico in the Time of AIDS
      1. PATTY KELLY
    4. R In the Company of Diamonds: De Beers, Kleinzee, and the Control of a Town
      1. DERICK A. FAY
    5. R Consuming Grief: Compassionate Cannibalism in an Amazonian Society
      1. SUZANNE OAKDALE
    6. R The Politics of Ritual in an Aboriginal Settlement: Kinship, Gender, and the Currency of Knowledge
      1. ELIZABETH A. POVINELLI
    7. R Before Taliban: Genealogies of the Afghan Jihad
      1. M. JAMIL HANIFI
    8. R Cultures@SiliconValley
      1. ELSA DAVIDSON
    9. R Cultural Evolution: Contemporary Viewpoints
      1. ANTONIA FOIAS
    10. R In the Arms of Africa: The Life of Colin Turnbull
      1. JACQUELINE SOLWAY
    11. R From Leaders to Rulers
      1. ROBERT L. CARNEIRO
    12. R Mesoamerican Healers
      1. BONNIE GLASS-COFFIN
    13. R Buying and Believing: Sri Lankan Advertising and Consumers in a Transnational World
      1. JONATHAN SPENCER
    14. R NAFTA Stories: Fears and Hopes in Mexico and the United States
      1. HEATHER WILLIAMS
    15. R Music in Lubavitcher Life
      1. THOMAS PORCELLO
    16. R Bioarchaeology: Interpreting Behavior fro the Human Skeleton
      1. TIMOTHY G. BROMAGE
    17. R Desis in the House: Indian American Youth Culture in New York City
      1. AKSHAT TEWARY
    18. R The Indomitable Miss Pink: A Life in Anthropology
      1. SANDY TOUSSAINT
    19. R Dynamics of Contention
      1. JOHN BURDICK
    20. R Black Feminist Anthropology: Theory, Politics, Praxis and Poetics
      1. RANU SAMANTRAI
    21. R Navajo Trading: The End of an Era
      1. LOUISE LAMPHERE
    22. R Chinese Medicine in Conte porary China: Plurality and Synthesis
      1. MURPHY HALLIBURTON
    23. R Clearing a Path: Theorizing the Past in Native American Studies
      1. DAVID E. WILKINS
    24. R Changing Inner Mongolia: Pastoral Mongolian Society and the Chinese State
      1. OLE BRUUN
    25. R The Montaukett Indians of Eastern Long Island
      1. ROBERT S. GRUMET
    26. R L'école de la périphérie: Scolarité et ségrégation en banlieue
      1. KATHRYN M. ANDERSON-LEVITT

COMMENTARIES

    1. R Commentary on the Obituary for Marvin Harris
      1. PAULA G RUBEL
        ABRAHAM ROSMAN

OBITUARIES

    1. R Carol Kramer (1943–2002)
      1. NAN A. ROTHSCHILD
    2. R Julian A. Pitt-Rivers (1919–2001)
      1. SUSAN TAX FREEMAN
    3. R Fitz John Porter Poole (1941–2002)
      1. DAVID LIPSET
        PAUL ROSCOE