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Contents:

FROM THE EDITOR

    1. R In This Issue: Publishing and Publics
      1. Tom Boellstorff
    2. R Submission and Acceptance: Where, Why, and How to Publish Your Article
      1. Tom Boellstorff

DISTINGUISHED LECTURES

    1. R Claiming Space for an Engaged Anthropology: Spatial Inequality and Social Exclusion
      1. Setha M. Low
    2. R Where Have You Gone, Margaret Mead? Anthropology and Public Intellectuals
      1. Jeremy A. Sabloff

RESEARCH ARTICLES

    1. R Framing Postpartum Hemorrhage as a Consequence of Human Placental Biology: An Evolutionary and Comparative Perspective
      1. Elizabeth T. Abrams
        Julienne N. Rutherford
    2. R Routes and Roots of Empire: Pots, Power, and Slavery in the 18th-Century British Caribbean
      1. Mark W. Hauser
    3. R Shattering Slave Life Portrayals: Uncovering Subjugated Knowledge in U.S. Plantation Sites in South Carolina and Florida
      1. Antoinette T. Jackson
    4. R Who Has Time for Ćejf? Postsocialist Migration and Slow Coffee in Neoliberal Chicago
      1. Ana Croegaert
    5. R Private Moralities in the Public Sphere: Democratization, Islam, and Gender in Indonesia
      1. Suzanne Brenner

PUBLIC ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R Introducing Public Anthropology Reviews, September 2011
      1. Melissa Checker
        David S. Vine
        Alaka Wali
    2. R "Year That Trembled and Reel'd": Reflections on Public Anthropology a Decade after 9/11
      1. Melissa Checker
        Amy Mundorff
        Alaka Wali
        Nicholas DeGenova
        Catherine Lutz
        Roberto González
        Barbara Rose Johnston
        Andrew Brooks
        David Vine
    3. R Mary Lindsay Elmendorf: Citizen Activist to Applied Anthropologist
      1. Paul L. Doughty
    4. R Rodolfo Stavenhagen: The UN Special Rapporteur on Indigenous Peoples
      1. David Barton Bray

VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R A Japanese Funeral by Karen Nakamura
      Bethel: Community and Schizophrenia in Northern Japan by Karen Nakamura

      1. Amy A O'Brien
    2. R Coffee Futures by Zeynep Devrim Gürsel
      1. Carol Delaney
    3. R Sweetgrass by Lucien Castaing-Taylor, Ilisa Barbash
      1. Jason Alley
    4. R Discovering Rastafari! by Jake Homiak
      1. Guha Shankar
    5. R Musical Instrument Museum. http://www.themim.org
      1. Jessica Zimmer

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R Black Mecca: The African Muslims of Harlem by Zain Abdullah
      1. Erin E. Stiles
    2. R Conjuring Crisis: Racism and Civil Rights in a Southern Military City by George Baca
      1. Paulette G. Curtis
    3. R Tamil Oratory and the Dravidian Aesthetic: Democratic Practice in South India by Bernard Bate
      1. Martha Ann Selby
    4. R On the Edge of Utopia: Performance and Ritual at Burning Man by Rachel Bowditch
      1. Mark Van Proyen
    5. R Aboriginal Business: Alliances in a Remote Australian Town by Kimberly Christen
      1. Jeff Collmann
    6. R Ethnic Entrepreneurs: Identity and Development Politics in Latin America by Monica C. DeHart
      1. Miriam Shakow
    7. R Mary, the Devil, and Taro: Catholicism and Women's Work in a Micronesian Society by Juliana Flinn
      1. Courtney Handman
    8. R Maya Ethnolinguistic Identity: Violence, Cultural Rights, and Modernity in Highland Guatemala by Brigittine M. French
      1. Jennifer F. Reynolds
    9. R Archaeological Approaches to Market Exchange in Ancient Societies edited by Christopher P. Garraty and Barbara L. Stark
      1. Monica L. Smith
    10. R Patriotic Professionalism in Urban China: Fostering Talent by Lisa M. Hoffman
      1. Jaesok Kim
    11. R The Hutterites in North America by Rod Janzen and Max Stanton
      1. Karen M. Johnson-Weiner
    12. R After the Cult: Perceptions of Other and Self in West New Britain (Papua New Guinea) by Holger Jebens
      1. Alex Golub
    13. R Why I Am Not a Scientist: Anthropology and Modern Knowledge by Jonathan Marks
      1. Jill Pruetz
    14. R Women of Fes: Ambiguities of Urban Life in Morocco by Rachel Newcomb
      1. Paul A. Silverstein
    15. R In Defense of Things: Archaeology and the Ontology of Objects by Bjørnar Olsen
      1. Carl Knappett
    16. R Working the Night Shift: Women in India's Call Center Industry by Reena Patel
      1. Ursula Rao
    17. R Mama Africa: Reinventing Blackness in Bahia by Patricia de Santana Pinho
      1. John Norvell
    18. R Excavating Nauvoo: The Mormons and the Rise of Historical Archaeology in America by Benjamin C. Pykles
      1. Bonnie J. Clark
    19. R The Goddess and the Nation: Mapping Mother India by Sumathi Ramaswamy
      1. Priya Shah
    20. R Healing Dramas: Divination and Magic in Modern Puerto Rico by Raquel Romberg
      1. Jessica Mulligan
    21. R Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management: Visions for the Future edited by Lynne Sebastian and William D. Lipe
      1. Sarah Herr
    22. R Babylon East: Performing Dancehall, Roots Reggae, and Rastafari in Japan by Marvin D. Sterling
      1. Lorraine Plourde
    23. R Bioarchaeology of Ethnogenesis in the Colonial Southeast by Christopher M. Stojanowski
      1. Sandra Hollimon
    24. R Gardening the World: Agency, Identity, and the Ownership of Water by Veronica Strang
      1. Andrea Ballestero
    25. R Street Dreams and Hip Hop Barbershops: Global Fantasy in Urban Tanzania by Brad Weiss
      1. Daniel Jordan Smith

OBITUARY

    1. R Jack Sargent Harris (1912–2008)
      1. Kevin A. Yelvington