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IN FOCUS: ANTHROPOLOGY AND HUMAN RIGHTS IN A NEW KEY

    1. R Introduction to "Anthropology and Human Rights in a New Key"
      1. MARK GOODALE
    2. R Culture and Rights after Culture and Rights
      1. JANE K. COWAN
    3. R Ethical Theory as Social Practice
      1. MARK GOODALE
    4. R Transnational Human Rights and Local Activism: Mapping the Middle
      1. SALLY ENGLE MERRY
    5. R Anthropology, Human Rights, and Legal Knowledge: Culture in the Iron Cage
      1. ANNELISE RILES
    6. R At the Crossroads of Human Rights and Anthropology: Toward a Critically Engaged Activist Research
      1. SHANNON SPEED
    7. R Afterword to "Anthropology and Human Rights in a New Key": The Social Life of Human Rights
      1. RICHARD ASHBY WILSON

IN FOCUS: CRUELTY, SUFFERING, IMAGINATION: THE LESSONS OF J. M. COETZEE

    1. R Introduction to "Cruelty, Suffering, Imagination: The Lessons of J. M. Coetzee"
      1. FRANCES E. MASCIA-LEES
        PATRICIA SHARPE
    2. R Coetzee on South Africa's Past: Remembering in the Time of Forgetting
      1. LYNN MESKELL
        LINDSAY WEISS
    3. R The Twice-Killed: Imagining Protest Suicide
      1. KARIN ANDRIOLO
    4. R Coetzee, Agamben, and the Passion of Abu Ghraib
      1. STEVEN C. CATON
    5. R The Humanity of Animals and the Animality of Humans: A View from Biological Anthropology Inspired by J. M. Coetzee's Elizabeth Costello
      1. AGUSTIN FUENTES
    6. R Afterword to "Cruelty, Suffering, Imagination: The Lessons of J. M. Coetzee": Anthropologists as Public Intellectuals, Again
      1. RICHARD HANDLER

RESEARCH ARTICLES

    1. R Prehistory, Identity, and Archaeological Representation in Nordic Museums
      1. JANET E. LEVY
    2. R Memory Pieces and Footprints: Multivocality and the Meanings of Ancient Times and Ancestral Places among the Zuni and Hopi
      1. CHIP COLWELL-CHANTHAPHONH
        T. J. FERGUSON
    3. R Culturally Determined Patterns of Violence: Biological Anthropological Investigations at a Historic Urban Cemetery
      1. MEGAN BRICKLEY
        MARTIN SMITH
    4. R Reclaiming Applied Anthropology: Its Past, Present, and Future
      1. BARBARA RYLKO-BAUER
        MERRILL SINGER
        JOHN VAN WILLIGEN

VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R Introduction: Making Human Rights Claims Public
      1. MEG McLAGAN
    2. R Transnational Storytelling: Human Rights, WITNESS, and Video Advocacy
      1. SAM GREGORY
    3. R Mobilizing Hope: Beyond the Shame-Based Model in the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict
      1. RONIT AVNI
    4. R Ravished Armenia: Visual Media, Humanitarian Advocacy, and the Formation of Witnessing Publics
      1. LESHU TORCHIN

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R Complementary Angles and Inclusive Perspectives: Rounding Out Integrative Views of Material Culture
      1. SUZANNE SCHELD
    2. R People Out of Place: Unquiet Immigrants
      1. SANDY SMITH-NONINI

COMBINED REVIEWS

    1. R Combined Reviews
      1. RICHARD J. CASTILLO

SINGLE REVIEWS

    1. R Creole Transformation from Slavery to Freedom: Historical Archaeology of the East End Community, St. John, Virgin Islands
      1. JAMES A. DELLE
    2. R Voices of Modernity: Language Ideologies and the Politics of Inequality
      1. JOSEPH ERRINGTON
    3. R Linguistic Diversity in the South: Changing Codes, Practices, and Ideology
      1. SARA L. SANDERS
    4. R Asian American Religions: The Making and Remaking of Borders and Boundaries
      1. KAORU OGURI
    5. R Fraternal Capital: Peasant Workers, Self-Made Men and Globalization in Provincial India
      1. KAMALA VISWESWARAN
    6. R The Culture of Migration in Southern Mexico
      1. LEIGH BINFORD
    7. R Around the Tuscan Table: Food, Family and Gender in Twentieth-Century Florence
      1. SUSAN CAROL ROGERS
    8. R From Mukogodo to Maasai: Ethnicity and Cultural Change in Kenya
      1. DOUG JONES
    9. R The Price of Poverty: Money, Work, and Culture in the Mexican American Barrio
      1. ROBERT R. ALVAREZ
    10. R The Anthropology of Development and Globalization: From Classical Political Economy to Contemporary Neoliberalism
      1. TED LEWELLEN
    11. R The Ethnographic I: A Methodological Novel about Autoethnography
      1. KIRIN NARAYAN
    12. R Medieval Archaeology: Understanding Traditions and Contemporary Approaches
      1. THOMAS H. McGOVERN
    13. R The Predicament of Chukotka's Indigenous Movement: Post-Soviet Activism in the Russian Far North
      1. PATRICK PLATTET
    14. R The End of the Soul: Scientific Modernity, Atheism, and Anthropology in France
      1. NICOLAS LANGLITZ
    15. R Archaeology beyond Dialogue
      1. STEPHEN A. KOWALEWSKI
    16. R Now I Know Only So Far: Essays in Ethnopoetics
      1. DENNIS TEDLOCK
    17. R Chronicling Cultures: Long-Term Field Research in Anthropology
      1. ANGELIQUE HAUGERUD
    18. R Callaloo Nation: Metaphors of Race and Religious Identities among South Asians in Trinidad
      1. DEBORAH A. THOMAS
    19. R The Other Side of Middletown: Exploring Muncie's African American Community
      1. VALERIE GRIM
        KELLIE HOGUE
    20. R Early Inhabitants of the Amazonian Tropical Rain Forest: A Study of Humans and Environmental Dynamics
      1. A. C. ROOSEVELT
    21. R Social Movements: An Anthropological Reader
      1. MICHAL OSTERWEIL
    22. R Ethnoecology: Situated Knowledge/Located Lives
      1. WILLIAM BALÉE
    23. R Archaeology as a Process: Processualism and Its Progeny
      1. STEPHEN A. KOWALEWSKI
    24. R Global Assemblages: Technology, Politics, and Ethics as Anthropological Problems
      1. ULF HANNERZ
    25. R Foundations of Social Archaeology: Selected Writings of V. Gordon Childe
      1. ROBERT L. SCHUYLER
    26. R Race to the Finish: Identity and Governance in an Age of Genomics
      1. HILARY CUNNINGHAM
    27. R From Racism to Genocide: Anthropology in the Third Reich
      1. BERNHARD STRECK
    28. R Creating the Creole Island: Slavery in Eighteenth-Century Mauritius
      1. CLARE ANDERSON
    29. R Identity and Development: Tongan Culture, Agriculture, and the Perenniality of the Gift
      1. HAROLD ODDEN
    30. R A Moral Critique of Development: In Search of Global Responsibilities
      1. R. L. STIRRAT
    31. R Modes of Religiosity: A Cognitive Theory of Religious Transmission
      1. MICHAEL WINKELMAN

OBITUARIES

    1. R David Friend Aberle (1918–2004)
      1. LELAND DONALD
    2. R John W. Bennett (1915–2005)
      1. ALVIN W. WOLFE
        THOMAS WEAVER
    3. R Alan Dundes (1934–2005)
      1. LAURA NADER
        STANLEY BRANDES