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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Distinguished Lecture: Hominoid Evolution and Hominoid Origins
      1. David Pilbeam
    2. R Culture as Consensus: A Theory of Culture and Informant Accuracy
      1. A. Kimball Romney
        Susan C. Weller
        William H. Batchelder
    3. R The Descent of Rights and the Descent of Persons
      1. Harold Scheffler
    4. R Intracultural Variation in Folk Medical Knowledge: A Comparison Between Curers and Noncurers
      1. Linda C. Garro
    5. R Ceremonial Dialogues in South America
      1. Greg Urban
    6. R Names and Peoples in Incaic Quito: Retrieving Undocumented Historic Processes Through Anthroponymy and Statistics
      1. Frank Salomon
        Sue Grosboll
    7. R The Modern Demographic Transition: An Analysis of Subsistence Choices and Reproductive Consequences
      1. W. Penn Handwerker

Research Reports

    1. R "Eskimo Words for Snow": A Case Study in the Genesis and Decay of an Anthropological Example
      1. Lauras Martin
    2. R Evolutionary Perspectives on Permanent Breast Enlargement in Human Females
      1. Frances E. Mascia-Lees
        John H. Relethford
        Tom Sorger
    3. R Exchange of Varieties and Information Between Aguaruna Manioc Cultivators
      1. James S. Boster

Obituaries

    1. R Marion Pearsall (1923–1984)
      1. Robert Straus
    2. R Xia Nai (1910–1985)
      1. K. C. Chang

Commentaries

    1. R On Sedentariness and Mobility: A Comment on Eder
      1. Michael L. Hargrave
        Lisa A. Renken
    2. R On Sedentariness and Mobility: Reply to Hargrave and Renken
      1. James F. Eder
    3. R Dimensional Analysis: A Critique and Cautionary Note
      1. Alan J. Wormser
    4. R The Growth of Biological Thought Revisited
      1. Susan Cachel
    5. R On "Anomalous Westerlies, El Niño, and the Colonization of Polynesia" by Ben R. Finney
      1. Richard Feinberg

Book Review

    1. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste. Pierre Bourdieu.
      1. Penny Esterik
    2. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Ethnographic Research: A Guide to General Conduct. R. F. Ellen
      1. James Boster
    3. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Movement and Meaning: Creativity and Interpretation in Ballet and Mime. Anya Peterson Royce.
      1. Jill D. Sweet
    4. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Observers Observed: Essays on Ethnographic Fieldwork. George W. Stocking, Jr.
      1. David Turner
    5. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Opportunity, Constraint, and Change: Essays in Honor of Elizabeth Colson. Jack Glazier
      1. Richard T. Curley
    6. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Rebirth of Anthropological Theory. Stanley R. Barrett.
      1. T. O. Beidelman
    7. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Research Practices in the Study of Kinship. Alan Barnard and Anthony Good.
      1. Keith F. Otterbein
    8. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Warfare, Culture, and Environment. R. Brian Ferguson
      1. Melvin Ember
    9. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: A Woman's Quest for Science: Portrait of Anthropologist Elsie Clews Parsons. Peter H. Hare.
      1. Alice Kehoe
    10. R Applied Anthropology: Child Survival: Strategies for Research. W. Henry Mosley and Lincoln C. Chen
      1. Cheryl Ritenbaugh
    11. R Applied Anthropology: City of Green Benches: Growing Old in a New Downtown. Maria D. Vesperi.: Determined Survivors: Community Life among the Urban Elderly. Janice A. Smithers.
      1. Doris Francis
    12. R Applied Anthropology: Fathers Work for Their Sons: Accumulation, Mobility and Class Formation in an Extended Yoruba Community. Sara Berry.
      1. Lillian Trager
    13. R Applied Anthropology: Linguistic Minorities, Policies and Pluralism. John Edwards
      1. Susan Gal
    14. R Applied AnthropologyPeople and the State: An Anthropology of Planned Development. A. F. Robertson.
      1. F. G. Bailey
    15. R Applied Anthropology: A Poison Stronger than Love: The Destruction of an Ojibwa Community. Anas-tasia M. Shkilnyk.
      1. Timothy G. Roufs
    16. R Applied Anthropology: Reproductive Rituals: The Perception of Fertility in England from the Sixteenth Century to the Nineteenth Century. Angus McLaren.
      1. Libbet Crandon
    17. R Applied Anthropology: A School Divided: An Ethnography of Bilingual Education in a Chinese Community. Grace Pung Guthrie.
      1. Liliana Minaya-Rowe
    18. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Mothers and Such: Views of American Women and Why They Changed. Maxim L. Margolis.
      1. Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban
    19. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Shoshoni-Crow Sun Dance. Fred W. Voget.
      1. William K. Powers
    20. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Varieties of Ethnic Experience: Kinship, Class, and Gender among California Italian-Americans. Micaela di Leonardo.
      1. Thad Radzilowski
    21. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Explorations in Ethnohistory: Indians of Central Mexico in the Sixteenth Century. H. R. Harvey and Hanns J. Prem
      1. Bruce Drewitt
    22. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Peasant Capitalist Industry: Piecework and Enterprise in Southern Mexican Brickyards. Scott Cook.
      1. Barry L. Isaac
    23. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Law and Politics in Aztec Texcoco. Jerome A. Offner.
      1. Laura Nader
    24. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Estado, Etnicidad y Biculturalismo. Claudi Esteva Fabregat.
      1. Edward C. Hansen
    25. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Islam in Tribal Societies: From the Atlas to the Indus. Akbar S. Ahmed and David M. Hart
      1. Paul Dresch
    26. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Revolutions and Rebellions in Afghanistan: Anthropological Perspectives. M. Nazif Shahrani and Robert L. Canfield
      1. Daniel G. Bates
    27. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Industry and Inequality: The Social Anthropology of Indian Labour. Mark Holms-trom.
      1. Morgan D. Maclachlan
    28. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Religion und Matriarchat: Zur Religions-geschichtlichen Bedeutung der Matrili-nearen Strukturen bei den Khasi von Meghalaya unter Besonderer Beriicksich-tigung der National-Religiosen Reform-bewegungen. Peter Gerlitz-
      1. William C. McCormack
    29. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese. Stephen W. Mosher.
      1. Dorothy H. Bracey
    30. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Guests in the Dragon: Social Demography of a Chinese District, 1895-1946. Burton Pasternak.
      1. William H. Newell
    31. R Social/Cultural AnthropologyGeisha. Liza Crihfield Dalby.
      1. L. L. Cornell
    32. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Japanese Women: Constraint and Fulfillment. Takie Sugiyama Libra.
      1. L. L. Cornell
    33. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Three Worlds of Bali. J. Stephen Lansing.
      1. Robert W. Hefner
    34. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Garia: An Ethnography of a Traditional Cosmic System in Papua New Guinea. Peter Lawrence.
      1. Dorothy K. Billings
    35. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Ritualized Homosexuality in Melanesia. Gilbert H. Herdt
      1. James G. Flanagan
    36. R Archeology: American Bottom Archaeology: A Summary of the FAI-270 Project Contribution to the Culture History of the Mississippi Valley. Charles J. Bareis and James W. Porter
      1. James A. Brown
    37. R Archeology: Animal Use by the Cozumel Maya. Nancy L. Hamblin.
      1. Robert D. Leonard
    38. R Archeology: Archaeoastronomy and the Roots of Science. E. C. Krupp
      1. Thomas Grigsby
    39. R Archeology: Faunal Remains from Klasies River Mouth. Lewis R. Binford.
      1. Richard G. Klein
    40. R Archeology: From Hunters to Farmers: The Causes and Consequences of Food Production in Africa. J. Desmond Clark and Steven A. Brandt.
      1. Anthony E. Marks
    41. R Archeology: The Inka Road System. John Hyslop.
      1. Craig Morris
    42. R Archeology: Passo di Corvo e la Civilta Neolitica del Tavoliere. Santo Tinè.
      1. Gary D. Shaffer
    43. R Archeology: Religion and Empire: The Dynamics of Aztec and Inca Expansionism. Geoffrey W. Conrad and Arthur A. Demarest.
      1. Barbara W. Dolan
    44. R Archeology: The Social Foundations of Prehistoric Britain: Themes and Variations in the Archaeology of Power. Richard Bradley.
      1. Antonio Gilman
    45. R Archeology: Tichitt-Walata (R.I. Mauritanie): Civilisation et Industrie Lithique. Sylvie Amblard.
      1. John Atherton
    46. R Biological Anthropology: Assessment of Skeletal Maturity and Prediction of Adult Height (TW2 Method). J. M. Tanner
      1. Paul Jamison
    47. R Biological Anthropology: Human Evolution: An Introduction to Man's Adaptations. Bernard Campbell.
      1. Peter T. Ellison
    48. R Biological Anthropology: Not in Our Genes: Biology, Ideology, and Human Nature. R. C. Lewontin, Steven Rose, and Leon J. Kamin.
      1. John Buettner-Janusch
    49. R Biological Anthropology: Of Primeval Steps and Future Leaps: An Essay on the Emergence of Human Beings, the Source of Women's Oppression, and the Road to Emancipation. Ardea Skybreak.
      1. Roberta L. Hall
    50. R Biological Anthropology: The Phenomenon of Man Revisited: A Biological Viewpoint on Teilhard de Chardin. Edward O. Dodson.
      1. Andrew Lyons
    51. R Biological Anthropology: The Taming of Evolution: The Persistence of Nonevolutionary Views in the Study of Humans. Davydd J. Greenwood.
      1. George W. Stocking
    52. R Linguistic Anthropology: The English Language Today. Sidney Green-baum
      1. Carol M. Eastman
    53. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Fairytale as Art Form and Portrait of Man. Max Lüthi (Jon Erickson
      1. James M. Taggart
    54. R Linguistic Anthropology: Histoire et Linguistique. Pierre Achard, Max-Peter Gruenais, and Dolores Jaulin
      1. T. L. Markey
    55. R Linguistic Anthropology: Perspectives on Silence. Deborah Tannen and Muriel Saville-Troike
      1. Peter M. Gardner
    56. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Sapir-Kroeber Correspondence: Letters between Edward Sapir and A. L. Kroe-ber, 1905-1925. Victor Golla
      1. Fred Eggan
    57. R Linguistic Anthropology: Shakespeare and Elizabethan Culture: An Anthropological View. Philip K. Bock
      1. Nancy P. Hickerson
    58. R Linguistic Anthropology: "Some Kind of Power": Navajo Children's Skinwalker Narratives. Margaret K. Brady
      1. T. L. McCarty
    59. R Linguistic Anthropology: Studies in Uto-Aztecan Grammar, Volume 4: Southern Uto-Aztecan Grammatical Sketches. Ronald W. Langacker
      1. Wick R. Miller
    60. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Swahili: Reconstructing the History and Language of an African Society, 800-1500. Derek Nurse and Thomas Spear.
      1. Ellen Contini-Morava
    61. R Film Reviews: A Bibliography of Documentary and Educational Films on Sudan. Osman Hassan Ahmed
      1. Richard A. Lobban

Film Review

    1. R The San in Transition, Volume 1: A Guide to N!.ai, the Story of a !Kung Woman. Toby Alice Volkman.
      1. Megan Biesele
    2. R Between Time: A Tibetan Village in Nepal
      1. DONALD A. MESSERSCHMIDT
    3. R Children of Change. 1983. Produced by Suzanne Griffin and Giles B. Baker.
      1. Marjorie A. Muecke
    4. R A Connemara Family. 1982
      1. Robert N. Lynch
    5. R Corn Is Life
      1. Joann W. Kealiinohomoku
    6. R Doctora
      1. David Andrews
        Kathleen C. McDermott
    7. R Namekas: Music in Lake Chambri. 1980. A film by Les McLaren: Kama Wosi: Music in the Trobriand Islands
      1. Deborah Gewertz
    8. R P4W: Prison for Women. 1981. A film by Janis Cole and Holly Dale.
      1. Alice Reich
    9. R The Probable Passing of Elk Creek
      1. Donald D. Stull
    10. R El Pueblo
      1. David Gilmore
    11. R The Pueblo Presence
      1. Joann W. Kealiinohomoku
    12. R Seasons of a Navajo
      1. William Graves III
    13. R Sons of the Moon
      1. Stella B. Silverstein
    14. R The South-East Nuba
      1. Deborah L. Mack