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FROM THE EDITOR

    1. R Anthropologies and Americas
      1. Tom Boellstorff

THE YEAR IN REVIEW

    1. R Messy Data, Ordered Questions
      1. Mark W. Hauser
    2. R Complexity in Biological Anthropology in 2011: Species, Reproduction, and Sociality
      1. Kristi L. Lewton
    3. R Boasian Legacies in Linguistic Anthropology: A Centenary Review of 2011
      1. Christopher Ball
    4. R Engaged Anthropology in 2011: A View from the Antipodes in a Turbulent Era
      1. Hans A. Baer
    5. R Revolution, Occupation, and Love: The 2011 Year in Cultural Anthropology
      1. Christopher Dole
    6. R The Madness of Mothers: Agape Love and the Maternal Myth in Northeast Brazil
      1. Maya Mayblin
    7. R In the Name of the Nation: Blood Symbolism and the Political Habitus of Violence in Haiti
      1. Louis Herns Marcelin
    8. R What If the Aztec Empire Never Existed? The Prerequisites of Empire and the Politics of Plausible Alternative Histories
      1. Christopher T. Morehart
    9. R Staged Discovery and the Politics of Maya Hieroglyphic Things
      1. Matthew C. Watson
    10. R Anatomies of Relatedness: Considering Personhood in Aboriginal Australia
      1. Katie Glaskin
    11. R Cooperative Pastoral Production: Reconceptualizing the Relationship between Pastoral Labor and Production
      1. Marius Warg Næss
    12. R The Past of Sex, Gender, and Health: Bioarchaeology of the Aging Skeleton
      1. Sabrina C. Agarwal
    13. R Limitations of Language for Conveying Navigational Knowledge: Way-Finding in the Southeastern Solomon Islands
      1. Richard Feinberg and
        Joseph Genz

PUBLIC ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R Terror in Norway
      1. Sindre Bangstad
    2. R The Political Anthropology of Scandinavia after July 22, 2011
      1. Heiko Henkel
    3. R The Public Archaeology of Class Warfare: The Colorado Coalfield War Project
      1. David A. Gadsby
    4. R A Review of Towson University's “Anthropology by the Wire” Course and anthropologybythewire.com
      1. Elizabeth Greenspan

VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY

    1. R Upside Down: Arctic Realities and Indigenous Art
      1. Harald E. L. Prins
        Bunny McBride
    2. R Degrees of Incarceration. Amahl Bishara, dir., Nidal Al-Azraq, prod. 58 min. Color. 2010.
      1. Rochelle Davis
    3. R The Poojari's Daughter. Gillian Goslinga, dir. 66 mins. Color. Watertown, MA: Documentary Educational Resources, 2010.
      1. Vijaya Nagarajan
    4. R Roman Restaurant Rhythms. Michael Herzfeld, prod. Color. 38 min. Berkeley: Berkeley Media LLC, 2011.
      1. Sabina Magliocco
    5. R Please Don't Beat Me, Sir! Shashwati Talukdar and P. Kerim Friedman, dirs. 73 min, Woodstock, NY: Four Nine and a Half Pictures. 2011.
      1. Anastasia Piliavsky

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R The Tourism Encounter: Fashioning Latin American Nations and Histories ?Florence E. Babb. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011. 243 pp.
      1. WALTER LITTLE
    2. R Anthropology and the Racial Politics of Culture ?Lee D. Baker. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010. 277 pp.
      1. BRETT WILLIAMS
    3. R Take Me to My Paradise: Tourism and Nationalism in the British Virgin Islands ?Colleen Ballerino Cohen. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2010. 270 pp.
      1. AMY COX HALL
    4. R Moroccan Households in the World Economy: Labor and Inequality in a Berber Village ?David Crawford. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press, 2008. 210 pp.
      1. JOHN NAPORA
    5. R Hotel Trópico: Brazil and the Challenge of African Decolonization, 1950–1980 ?Jerry Dávila. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2010. xi, 312 pp.
      1. JOHN NORVELL
    6. R Policing Methamphetamine: Narcopolitics in Rural America ?William Garriott. New York: New York University Press, 2011. 191 pp.
      1. HOWARD CAMPBELL
    7. R Anthropologists and the Rediscovery of America, 1886–1965 ?John Gilkeson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 288 pp.
      1. JULIA LISS
    8. R AIDS Policy in Uganda: Evidence, Ideology and the Making of an African Success Story ?John Kinsman. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 240 pp.
      1. EDWARD C. GREEN
    9. R Inside Ancient Kitchens: New Directions in the Study of Daily Meals and Feasts ?Elizabeth A. Klarich. Boulder: University of Colorado, 2010. 258 pp.
      1. KRISTEN J. GREMILLION
    10. R Wall Street at War: The Secret Struggle for the Global Economy ?Alexandra Ouroussoff. Cambridge, UK; Malden, MA: Polity, 2010. 144 pp.
      1. LAMIA KARIM
    11. R War and Crisis of Youth in Sierra Leone ?Krijn Peters. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 274 pp.
      1. DANNY HOFFMAN
    12. R Sound, Space, and the City: Civic Performance in Downtown Los Angeles ?Marina Peterson. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010. 178 pp.
      1. CHRISTINE BALANCE
    13. R Collateral Knowledge: Legal Reasoning in the Financial Markets ?Annelise Riles. Chicago: University of Chicago, 2011. 295 pp.
      1. MARTHA POON
    14. R Starting from Quirpini: The Travels and Places of a Bolivian People ?Stuart Alexander Rockefeller. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010. 306 pp.
      1. MIRIAM SHAKOW
    15. R Reconstructing Beirut: Memory and Space in a Postwar Arab City ?Aseel Sawalha. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2010. 176 pp.
      1. AVRAM BORNSTEIN
    16. R Cuba in the Shadow of Change: Daily Life in the Twilight of the Revolution ?Amelia Rosenberg Weinreb. Gainsville: University of Florida Press, 2009. 254 pp.
      1. NOELLE STOUT
    17. R Claude Lévi-Stauss: The Poet in the Laboratory ?Patrick Wilcken. New York: Penguin, 2010. 404 pp.
      1. NUR YALMAN