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RESEARCH ARTICLES

    1. R In the Wake of Things: Speculating in and about Sapphires in Northern Madagascar
      1. ANDREW WALSH
    2. R The Establishment and Defeat of Hierarchy: Inalienable Possessions and the History of Collective Prestige Structures in the Pueblo Southwest
      1. BARBARA J. MILLS
    3. R A Sensory Ecology of Medicinal Plant Therapy in Two Amazonian Societies
      1. GLENN H. SHEPARD JR.
    4. R Reconstructing the Origins and Migrations of Diasporic Populations: The Case of the European Gypsies
      1. RADU P. IOVITA
        THEODORE G. SCHURR

RESEARCH ARTICLES: MODELING SOCIAL PROCESSES

    1. R Village Drift and Riverine Settlement: Modeling Akimel O'odham Land Use
      1. J. ANDREW DARLING
        JOHN C. RAVESLOOT
        MICHAEL R. WATERS
    2. R Strategies, Conflict, and the Emergence of Territoriality: The Case of the Maine Lobster Industry
      1. JAMES M. ACHESON
        ROY J. GARDNER
    3. R Social Learning and the Maintenance of Cultural Variation: An Evolutionary Model and Data from East Africa
      1. RICHARD MCELREATH
    4. R Fissioning, Scalar Stress, and Social Evolution in Early Village Societies
      1. MATTHEW S. BANDY

NEW ANSWERS TO OLD QUESTIONS: CASTE OR CLASS?

    1. R Southern Trauma: Revisiting Caste and Class in the Mississippi Delta
      1. JANE ADAMS
        D. GORTON

RESEARCH REPORTS

    1. R Primate Conservation in Vietnam: Toward a Holistic Environmental Narrative
      1. CATHERINE WORKMAN

VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY: GAINING GROUND: INDIGENOUS VIDEO IN BOLIVIA, MEXICO, AND BEYOND

    1. R Introduction
      1. JEFF HIMPELE
    2. R Packaging Indigenous Media: An Interview with Ivan Sanjinés and Jesús Tapia
      1. JEFF HIMPELE
    3. R Between the State and Indigenous Autonomy: Unpacking Video Indígena in Mexico
      1. ERICA CUSI WORTHAM
    4. R An Interview with Juan Jose García, President of Ojo de Agua Comunicación
      1. ANNA BRÍGIDO-CORACHÁN

MUSEUM ANTHROPOLOGY: REVIEW ESSAYS

    1. R Representing "The World Boiled Down"
      1. PATRICIA PIERCE ERIKSON
    2. R South African Museums and the Creation of a New National Identity
      1. SERENA NANDA

BOOK REVIEWS: REVIEW ESSAYS: From Herder to Heidegger: Three Recent Works on the German Connection in Anthropology

    1. R Tree Leaf Talk: A Heideggerian Anthropology
      1. JOHN R. EIDSON

BOOK REVIEWS: REVIEW ESSAYS: Biosciences and Biotechnologies as Deep Play and Ethical Plateaus

    1. R Living and Working with the New Medical Technologies
      1. MICHAEL M. J. FISCHER

BOOK REVIEWS: Review Essays: Transnationalism, Panethnicity, and Segmented Assimilation: Latina/o Community Formation in the United States

    1. R Legacies: The Story of the Immigrant Second Generation
      1. ISMAEL GARCÍA-COLÓN

BOOK REVIEWS: REVIEW ESSAYS: Knocking Some Sense into Anthropology

    1. R Sound of Africa! Making Music Zulu in a South African Studio
      1. JONATHAN H. SHANNON

BOOK REVIEWS: COMBINED REVIEWS

    1. R Drinking: Anthropological Approaches
      1. STANLEY BRANDES
    2. R Annihilating Difference: The Anthropology of Genocide
      1. ANTONIUS C. G. M. ROBBEN

BOOK REVIEWS: SINGLE REVIEWS

    1. R Contesting Agriculture: Cooperativism and Privatization in the New Eastern Germany
      1. ARND BAUERKÄMPER
    2. R Germans and Indians: Fantasies, Encounters, Projections.
      1. ROBIN RIDINGTON
    3. R Colombianas en la Vanguardia
      1. PATRICIA TOVAR
    4. R The Settlement of the Americas
      1. LUIS ALBERTO BORRERO
    5. R Crafts, Capitalism, and Women: The Potters of La Chamba, Colombia.
      1. JIM WEIL
    6. R Performing Africa.
      1. PAUL A. STOLLER
    7. R Grave Injustice: The American Indian Repatriation Movement and NAGPRA.
      1. MARY COLLINS
    8. R Pouvoirs Ethniques dans les Balkans
      1. ASEN BALIKCI
    9. R Writing and Colonialism in Northern Ghana: The Encounter between the LoDagaa and the "World on Paper."
      1. ISIDORE LOBNIBE
    10. R What Place for Hunter-Gatherers in Millennium Three?
      1. JOHN H. BODLEY
    11. R Learning to Be an Anthropologist and Remaining "Native."
      1. TARA BROWNER
    12. R The Remote Borderland: Transylvania in the Hungarian Imagination.
      1. DONNA GOLDSTEIN
    13. R The Anthropology of Globalization: Cultural Anthropology Enters the 21st Century
      1. DON KALB
    14. R Genocide, Collective Violence, and Popular Memory: The Politics of Remembrance in the Twentieth Century
      1. ALEXANDER L. HINTON
    15. R Human Population Dynamics: Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives
      1. MICHAEL H. CRAWFORD
    16. R Exotic No More: Anthropology on the Front Lines
      1. PIETER DE VRIES
    17. R What It Means to Be 98% Chimpanzee: Apes, People, and Their Genes.
      1. KENNETH M. WEISS
    18. R A Companion to Cultural Studies
      1. LOUISA SCHEIN
    19. R Engineers of Happy Land: Technology and Nationalism in a Colony
      1. CLIFFORD GEERTZ
    20. R The Empire of Things: Regimes of Value and Material Culture
      1. ELIZABETH A. POVINELLI
    21. R Painting Culture: The Making of an Aboriginal High Art
      1. SALLY PRICE
    22. R Maya Visions: The Quest for Autonomy in an Age of Globalization
      1. RON LOEWE
    23. R Development Anthropology: Encounters in the Real World
      1. RALPH GRILLO
    24. R Shades of White: White Kids and Racial Identities in High School
      1. MICHAEL MOFFATT
    25. R Buried Secrets: Truth and Human Rights in Guatemala
      1. JUNE C. NASH
    26. R Minority Rules: The Miao and the Feminine in China's Cultural Politics
      1. KAREN L. KELSKY
    27. R Perfectly Japanese: Making Families in an Era of Upheaval
      1. SATSUKI KAWANO

COMMENTARIES

    1. R Biodistance Analysis, a Biocultural Enterprise: A Rejoinder to Armelagos and Van Gerven (2003)
      1. CHRISTOPHER M. STOJANOWSKI
        JANE E. BUIKSTRA
    2. R Response to Lee and Graburn's review of Looking Both Ways: Heritage and Identity of the Alutiiq People
      1. ARON L. CROWELL
        GORDON L. PULLAR
        AMY F. STEFFIAN
        SVEN HAAKANSON JR.