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Errata

    1. R Errata

Article

    1. R Distinguished Lecture: F
      1. Charles F. Hockett
    2. R Color Terminology and Color Classification: Ancient Egyptian Color Terminology and Polychromy
      1. John Baines
    3. R The Nature of Folk-Botanical Life Forms
      1. Scott Atran
    4. R Paleodemography: Critiques and Controversies
      1. Jane E. Buikstra
        Lyle W. Konigsberg

Review Article

    1. R Bilingualism and Bilingual Education in the United States
      1. Lenora A. Timm
    2. R Manufacturing Danger: Fear and Pollution in Industrial Society
      1. Miriam Kaprow
    3. R The Measuring, Mapping, and Meaning of Pots
      1. Flora S. Kaplan
    4. R Pattini: The Anthropological Consummation of a Goddess
      1. Agehananda Bharati
    5. R Good Enough for Government Work? A Study in "Grey Archeology"
      1. David S. Brose

Obituay

    1. R Obituay: Marshall E. Durbin (1936–1983)
      1. Munro S. Edmonson

Commentary

    1. R A Note on the Demographic Concomitants of Sedentism
      1. Eric A. Roth
    2. R Failures
      1. Cornelius Osgood
    3. R Economic Custom in a Competitive Marketplace: A Comment
      1. Robert N. Baird
    4. R One Point of Western Dene Ethnography
      1. Clark Davis
    5. R Note on Clark Wissler's Contribution to American Archeology
      1. Jonathan E. Reyman
    6. R The "Deceptively Simple" Racism of Clark Wissler1
      1. Eric B. Ross
    7. R Some Comments on the Freeman-Mead Controversy
      1. Jonathan E. Reyman
        Joyce D. Hammond
    8. R Response to Reyman and Hammond
      1. Derek Freeman
    9. R Optimal Diet Theory: Should the !Kung Eat Mongongos?
      1. Andrew Sih
        Katharine A. Milton
    10. R Optimal Foraging Models and the Case of the !Kung
      1. Kristen Hawkes
        James F. O'Connell
    11. R Agricultural Intensification and Women's Work
      1. David A. Cleveland
    12. R Reply to Cleveland
      1. Carol R. Ember
    13. R Taxonomies or Twos
      1. Marvin D. Loflin
    14. R Archeology and Optimal Foraging Theory: Appropriate Analytical Units
      1. David R. Yesner

Book Review

    1. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Handbook of North American Indians Volume 10: SouthwestAlfonso Ortiz, vol. ed
      1. Roy L. Carlson
    2. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Sixth Grandfather: Black Elk's Teachings Given to John G. Neihardt. Raymond J. Demallie, ed
      1. Gerhard Zeller
    3. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Traditional Ojibwa Religion and Its Historical Changes. Christopher Vecsey
      1. Alice B. Kehoe
    4. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: A Choice of Futures: Politics in the Canadian North. Gurston Docks
      1. Richard G. Condon
    5. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Marriage Practices in Lowland South America. Kenneth M. Kensinger, ed
      1. William Balée
    6. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Symbolic Structures: An Exploration of the Culture of the Dowayos. Nigel Barley
      1. Bertrand M. Masquelier
    7. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: African Philosophy: Myth and Reality. Paulin J. Hountondji
      1. Michael G. Kenny
    8. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Ecstasy and Healing in Nepal: An Ethno-psychiatric Study of Tamang Shamanism. Larry Peters
      1. András Höfer
    9. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Daughters of the Dreaming. Diane Bell
      1. Jane C. Goodale
    10. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Migration and Its Alternatives among the Iban of Sarawak. Christine Padoch
      1. Helga E. Jacobson
    11. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Yena: Art and Ceremony in a Sepik Society. Ross Bowden
      1. Brenda J. Clay
    12. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Roots of the Earth: Crops in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Paul Sillitoe
      1. Matthew Spriggs
    13. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Ethnography of Cannibalism. Paula Brown and Donald Tuzin, eds
      1. James G. Flanagan
    14. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The First Taint of Civilization: A History of the Caroline and Marshall Islands in Pre-Colonial Days, 1521–1885. Francis X. Hezel, S.J
      1. Laurence M. Carucci
    15. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Marquesan Notion of the Person. John Kirkpatrick
      1. Alan Howard
    16. R Biological Anthropology: Adaptations for Foraging in Nonhuman Primates: Contributions to an Organismal Biology of Prosimians, Monkeys, and Apes. Peter S. Rodman and John G. H. Cant, eds
      1. Kenneth E. Glander
    17. R Biological Anthropology: Female Primates: Studies by Women Pri-matologists. Meredith F. Small, ed
      1. Adrienne Zihlman
    18. R Biological Anthropology: The Form of Man: The Evolutionary Origins of Human Intelligence. Seymour W. Itzkqff
      1. Brian T. Shea
    19. R Biological Anthropology: Human Adaptation: Proceedings of the Indian Statistical Institute Golden Jubilee International Conference on Human Genetics and Adaptation. A. Basu and K. C. Malhotra, eds
      1. Kenneth A. R. Kennedy
    20. R Biological Anthropology: Human Nature and Biocultural Evolution. Joseph Lopreato
      1. Peter J. Richerson
    21. R Biological Anthropology: Modern Man: And His Biological Evolution. Janjelinek, ed
      1. Linda Jackson
    22. R Biological Anthropology: The Neutral Theory of Molecular Evolution. Motoo Kimura
      1. Mark L. Weiss
    23. R Linguistic Anthropology: Culture and Language of the Turkana NW Kenya. Günter Best
      1. Lawrence B. Breitborde
    24. R Linguistic Anthropology: Diccionario Zapoteco: Zapoteco de Juárez. Neil Nellis and Jane Goodner de Nellis
      1. Joyce Marcus
    25. R Linguistic Anthropology: Early Childhood Bilingual Education: A Hispanic Perspective. Theresa H. Escobedo, ed
      1. Erica McClure
    26. R Linguistic Anthropology: Essays in the History of Linguistic Anthropology. Dell H. Hymes
      1. Arnold R. Pilling
    27. R Linguistic Anthropology: La Lengua Tlapaneca de Malinaltepec. Jorge A. Suárez
      1. Lyle Campbell
    28. R Linguistic Anthropology: Language and Living Things: Uniformities in Folk Classification and Naming. Cecil H. Brown
      1. Terence E. Hays
    29. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Language of Riddles: New Perspectives. W. J. Pepicello and Thomas A. Green
      1. Charles L. Briggs
    30. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Man-of-Words in the West Indies: Performance and the Emergence of Creole Culture. Roger D. Abrahams
      1. William Washabaugh
    31. R Linguistic Anthropology: Searching for Aboriginal Languages: Memoires of a Field Worker. Bob Dixon
      1. Jeffrey Heath
    32. R Linguistic Anthropology: Variation in an English Dialect: A Socio-linguistic Study. Jenny Cheshire
      1. John Baugh
    33. R Archeology: Ancient Egypt: A Social History. B. G. Trigger, B. J. Kemp, D. O'Connor, and A. B. Lloyd
      1. Michael Allen Hoffman
    34. R Archeology: Archaeology of the Dreamtime. Josephine Flood
      1. Patrick V. Kirch
    35. R Archeology: Law and the Cultural Heritage, Volume 1: Discovery and Excavation. Lyndel V. Prott and P. F. O'Keefe
      1. Kristine Olson Rogers
    36. R Archeology: Marxist Perspectives in Archaeology. Matthew Spriggs, ed
      1. Kenneth M. Ames
    37. R Archeology: Their Number Become Thinned: Native American Population Dynamics in Eastern North America. Henry F. Dobyns
      1. Rebecca Storey
    38. R Archeology: Tula: The Toltec Capitol of Ancient Mexico. Richard A. Diehl
      1. Richard A. Pailes
    39. R Applied Anthropology: Aboriginal Sites, Rights and Resource Development. R. M. Berndt, ed
      1. Ruthann Knudson
    40. R Applied Anthropology: Body, Land and Spirit: Health and Heal ing in Aboriginal Society. Janice Reid, ed
      1. Jane C. Goodale
    41. R Applied Anthropology: Clinical Anthropology: A New Approach to American Health Problems. Demitri B. Shimkin and Peggy Golde, eds
      1. H. Max Drake
    42. R Applied Anthropology: Cuban Americans: Masters of Survival. JoséLlanes
      1. Susan D. Greenbaum
    43. R Applied Anthropology: Disease Change and the Role of Medicine: The Navajo Experience. Stephen J. Kunitz
      1. Donald G. Callaway
    44. R Applied Anthropology: Egyptian Nubians: Resettlement and Years of Coping. Hussein M. Fahim
      1. Peter S. Allen
    45. R Applied Anthropology: Of Time and the Enterprise: North American Family Farm Management in a Context of Resource Marginality. John W. Bennett
      1. John H. Peterson
    46. R Applied Anthropology: Pathways to Self-Determination: Canadian Indians and the Canadian State. Leroy Little Bear, Menno Boldt, and J. Anthony Long, eds
      1. Kathryn T. Molohon
    47. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: A Crack in the Mirror: Reflexive Perspectives in Anthropology. Jay Ruby, ed
      1. Anthony Leeds
    48. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Culture History and African Anthropol ogy: A Century of Research in German; and Austria. Jergen Zwernemann
      1. W. Arens
    49. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Disputes and Settlements: Law and Human Relations in the West. John Bossy, ed
      1. Robert W. Shirley
    50. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Identity, Personal and Sociocultural: A Symposium. Anita Jacobson-Widding, ed
      1. John Kirkpatrick
    51. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Man's Quest for Partnership: The Anthropological Foundations of Ethics and Religion. J. van Baal
      1. Bernd Lambert
    52. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Marriage, Family and Kinship. Melvin Ember and Carol Ember
      1. Donald Callaway
    53. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Play, Games and Sports in Cultural Contexts. Janet C. Harris and Roberta J. Park, eds
      1. John J. Sewart
    54. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Psychology and Anthropology: A Psychological Perspective. Gustav Jahoda
      1. John W. Connor
    55. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Qualitative Science. H. G. Burnett
      1. Robert A. Rubinstein
    56. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Reflections of a Woman Anthropologist: No Hiding Place. Manda Cesara
      1. Martha Ward
    57. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Science as Cognitive Process: Toward an Empirical Philosophy of Science. Robert A. Rubinstein, Charles D. Laughlin, Jr., and John McManus
      1. Nathan Gould

Film Review

    1. R Cimarrones (Assault to the Caravan). 1982. Directed by Carlos Ferrand
      1. Michael Kearney
    2. R Divine Madness: Trance, Dance and Healing in Guyana. 1978. A film by Philip Singer
      1. Judith Johnston
    3. R Falasha: Agony of the Black Jews. 1982. A film by Matara Film Productions
      1. Judith Goldstein
    4. R The Gods Must Be Crazy. 1980. A film by Jamie Uys
      1. Toby Alice Volkman
    5. R I Spent My Life in the Mines. 1976. Directed by June Nash, Juan Rojas, and Eduardo Ibañez
      1. Michael Kearney

Film Reviews

    1. R Film Reviews
      1. Anya Peterson Royce
        Fran Snygg

Film Review

    1. R Luisa Torres. 1981. Produced by Jack Parsons and directed by Michael Earney
      1. Marianne L. Stoller

Film Reviews

    1. R Film Reviews
      1. Anya Peterson Royce
        Fran Snygg

Film Review

    1. R Peruvian Weaving: A Continuous Warp for 5,000 Years. 1981. A film by John Cohen
      1. Karen E. Stothert
    2. R The Ritual of the Mounds. 1984. Produced and directed by John Meyer for the Tennessee Department of Conservation
      1. James A. Brown
        Jane E. Buikstra
    3. R Science or Sacrilege: The Study of Native American Remains. 1983. Produced by Phillip L. Walker
      1. Charles F. Merbs
    4. R Summer of the Loucheux: Portrait of a Northern Indian Family. 1983. A film by Graydon McCrea
      1. Margaret Stott
    5. R Tragada Bhavai: A Rural Theater Troupe of Gujarat. 1982. A film by Roger Sandall and Jayasinhji Jhala
      1. Richard Schechner