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Article

    1. R The Chinese Neolithic: Recent Trends in Research
      1. Richard Pearson
        Anne Underhill
    2. R The Demography of Colony Fission from 1878–1970 Among the Hutterites of North America
      1. Carolyn L. Olsen
    3. R Nonmarket Labor Processes in an Advanced Capitalist Economy
      1. David C. Griffith
    4. R The Funding of Research in Social-Cultural Anthropology at the National Science Foundation
      1. Stuart Plattner
        Linda Hamilton
        Marilyn Madden
    5. R Men Who Are Called "Women" in Toba-Batak: Marriage, Fundamental Sex-Role Differences, and the Suitability of the Gloss "Wife-Receiver"
      1. D. George Sherman
    6. R Well-Being: A Theoretical Program
      1. Benjamin N. Colby
    7. R The Symbols of "Forest": A Structural Analysis of Mbuti Culture and Social Organization
      1. Mark S. Mosko

Research Reports

    1. R Agreement Between Biological Classification Systems Is Not Dependent on Cultural Transmission
      1. James Boster
    2. R Categorize, Cannibalize? Humanistic Quantification in Anthropological Research
      1. Jocelyn Linnekin

Obituary

    1. R Michael Kenny (1923–1986)
      1. Joseph B. Aceves

Commentaries

    1. R Comment on Holmes's Quest for the Real Samoa
      1. Derek Freeman
    2. R On Clifford Geertz and His "Anti Anti-Relativism"
      1. Charles Nissim-Sabat
    3. R Cultural Relativism, Human Rights, and the AAA
      1. Wilcomb E. Washburn
    4. R Can an Anthropologist Go Home Again?
      1. Choong Soon Kim
    5. R On Human Emotions
      1. Konstantin Kolenda
    6. R Incisor Overbite, Overjet, and the f Hypothesis
      1. Robert S. Corruccini

Book Reviews

    1. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Anthropological Lens: Harsh Light, Soft Focus. James L. Peacock.
      1. Robert Anderson
    2. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Anthropology at Home. Anthony Jackson, ed
      1. Maxine L. Margolis
    3. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Economics as Culture: Models and Metaphors of Livelihood. Stephen Gudeman.
      1. George Dalton
    4. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Economics as Culture: Models and Metaphors of Livelihood. Stephen Gudeman.
      1. Rosemary Gianno
    5. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Family and Work in Rural Societies: Perspectives on Non-Wage Labour. Norman Long, ed.: Women, Work, and Ideology in the Third WorldHaleh Afshar, ed
      1. June Nash
    6. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Historical Anthropology of the Family. Martine Segalen (J. C. Whitehouse and Sarah Matthews, transls.)
      1. Roger Rouse
    7. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Malinowski, Rivers, Benedict and Others: Essays on Culture and Personality. George W. Stocking, Jr., ed
      1. Elvin Hatch
    8. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Metatheory in Social Science: Pluralisms and Subjectivities. Donald W. Fiske and Richard A. Shweder, eds
      1. Erwin M. Segal
    9. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Mountain People. Michael Tobias, ed
      1. Tom Fricke
    10. R Applied Anthropology: Anthropology and International Business. Hendrick Serrie, ed
      1. Marietta L. Baba
        Arlene Scanlon
    11. R Applied Anthropology: Caye Caulker: Economic Success in a Belizean Fishing Village. Anne Sutherland.: Fisher Folk: Two Communities on Chesapeake Bay. Carolyn Ellis.: Texas Shrimpers: Community, Capitalism, and the Sea. Robert Lee Maril.: Perceptions and Preferences for Marine Fish: A Study of Recreational Fishermen in the Southeast. Jeffrey C. Johnson and David Griffith.: Transfer Patterns in Alaskan Limited Entry Fisheries. Steve Langdon.
      1. Shirley J. Fiske
    12. R Applied Anthropology: Food in Sub-Saharan Africa. Art Hansen and Della E. McMillan, eds
      1. Paul Richards
    13. R Applied Anthropology: Structure and Mobility: The Men and Women of Marseille, 1820–1870. William H. Sewell, Jr.
      1. Mikko A. Salo
    14. R Biological Anthropology: African Pygmies. Luigi Luca Cavalli-Sforza, ed
      1. Nancy Howell
    15. R Biological Anthropology: Ape Language: From Conditioned Response to Symbol. E. Sue Savage-Rumbaugh.
      1. H. Stephen Straight
    16. R Biological Anthropology: The Changing Samoans: Behavior and Health in Transition. Paul T. Baker, Joel M. Hanna, and Thelma S. Baker, eds
      1. A. Theodore Steegmann
    17. R Biological Anthropology: Evolutionary Perspectives and the New Genetics. Henry Gershowitz, Donald L. Rucknagel, and Richard E. Tashian, eds
      1. Frank B. Livingstone
    18. R Biological Anthropology: Females of the Species: Sex and Survival in the Animal Kingdom. Bettyann Kevles.
      1. Naomi Bishop
    19. R Biological Anthropology: Guide to Fossil Man. Michael H. Day.
      1. Kenneth A. R. Kennedy
    20. R Biological Anthropology: Major Topics in Primate and Human Evolution. Bernard Wood, Lawrence Martin, and Peter Andrews, eds
      1. Russell H. Tuttle
    21. R Biological Anthropology: Male-Female Differences: A Bio-Cultural Perspective. Roberta L. Hall, ed
      1. Jane Lancaster
    22. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Culture and Class in Anthropology and History: A Newfoundland Illustration. Gerald M. Sider.
      1. D. J. B. Overton
    23. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Oglala Women: Myth, Ritual, and Reality. Maria N. Powers.
      1. Beatrice Medicine
    24. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Praying for Justice: Faith, Order and Community in an American Town. Carol J. Greenhouse.
      1. Carole E. Hill
    25. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Rural Community in the Appalachian South. Patricia Duane Beaver.
      1. Karen Lee Field
    26. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Spirit and the Flesh: Sexual Diversity in American Indian Culture. Walter L. Williams.
      1. Omer C. Stewart
    27. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Shaman's Touch: Otomí Indian Symbolic Healing. James Dow.
      1. Kaja Finkler
    28. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Two Boys, a Girl, and Enough!: Reproductive and Economic Decisionmaking on the Mexican Periphery. Jeanne M. Simonelli.
      1. Debra Schumann
    29. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Martyred City: Death and Rebirth in the Andes. Anthony Oliver-Smith.
      1. Judith-Maria Buechler
    30. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Paraguana: Tradiciones y Cambios en el Habitat de una Región Venezolana. Graziano Gasparini, Carlos González B., and Luise Margolies.
      1. Lisa Peattie
    31. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Cultural Adaptation and Resistance on St John: Three Centuries of Afro-Caribbean Life. Karen Fog Olwig.
      1. Stuart B. Philpott
    32. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: East Indians in a West Indian Town: San Fernando, Trinidad 1930–70. Colin G. Clarke
      1. Morton Klass
    33. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Logic of Writing and the Organization of Society. Jack Goody.
      1. Harvey J. Graff
    34. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Gens du Pouvoir, Gens de la Terre: les Institutions Politiques de l'Ancien Royaume du Yatenga (Bassin de la Volta Blanche). Michel Izard.
      1. Dennis D. Cordell
    35. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Humane Development: Participation and Change Among the Sadama of Ethiopia. John H. Hamer.
      1. Edgar Winans
    36. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Southern Marches of Imperial Ethiopia: Essays in History and Social Anthropology. Donald Donham and Wendy James, eds
      1. Herbert S. Lewis
    37. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Moral Imagination in Kaguru Modes of Thought. T. O. Beidelman
      1. Qjo Arewa Sr.
    38. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Patrons and Power: Creating a Political Community in Metropolitan Lagos. Sandra T. Barnes.
      1. Leonard Plotnicov
    39. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Egypt: The Stalled Society. Hamied Ansari.
      1. Robert Fernea
    40. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Veiled Sentiments: Honor and Poetry in a Bedouin Society. Lila Abu-Lughod.
      1. Richard T. Antoun
    41. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Honor and Shame and the Unity of the Mediterranean. David D. Gilmore, ed
      1. David I. Kertzer
    42. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Ethnologie de la France. Jean Cuisenier and Martine Segalen.
      1. Barbara Gallatin Anderson
    43. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Faroe Islands: Interpretations of History. Jonathan Wylie.
      1. E. Paul Durrenberger
    44. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Trans-Himalayan Traders: Economy, Society, and Culture in Northwest Nepal. James F. Fisher.
      1. Alan R. Beals
    45. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Flying Phoenix: Aspects of Chinese Sectarianism in Taiwan. David K. Jordan and Daniel L. Overmyer.
      1. Emily Martin
    46. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Unities and Diversities in Chinese Religion. Robert P. Weller.
      1. David K. Jordan
    47. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Images of Japanese Society: A Study in the Structure of Social Reality. Ross Mouer and Yoshio Sugimoto.
      1. Theodore C. Bestor
    48. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Agta of Northeastern Luzon: Recent Studies. P. Bion Griffin and Agnes Estioko-Griffin, eds
      1. Hillard Kaplan
    49. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Always Hungry, Never Greedy: Food and the Expression of Gender in a Melanesian Society. Miriam Kahn.
      1. A. J. Strathern
    50. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Masters of Tradition: Consequences of Customary Land Tenure in Longana, Vanuatu. Margaret Critchlow Rodman.
      1. Thomas Harding
    51. R Archeology: Archeological Investigations at Antelope House, Canyon de Chelly. Don P. Morris.
      1. Paul E. Minnis
    52. R Archeology: L'Art Azilien: Origine-Survivance. Claude Couraud. 20c Supplément àGallia Préhistoire.
      1. Marcia-Anne Dobres
    53. R Archeology: Cities of Clay: The Geoarcheology of Tells. Arlene Miller Rosen.
      1. C. Vita-Finzi
    54. R Archeology: Hunters in Transition: Mesolithic Societies of Temperate Eurasia and Their Transition to Farming. Marek Zvelebil, ed
      1. G. A. Clark
    55. R Archeology: Lithic Illustration: Drawing Flaked Stone Artifacts for Publication. Lucile R. Addington.
      1. Anta Montet-White
    56. R Archeology: Palaeolithic Archaeology in Iran. Philip E. L. Smith.
      1. John D. Speth
    57. R Archeology: Prehistory in the Pacific Islands: A Study of Variation in Language, Customs, and Human Biology. John Terrell.
      1. Richard Pearson
    58. R Archeology: The Prehistory of Wadi Kubbaniya, Volume 1: The Wadi Kubbaniya Skeleton—A Late Paleolithic Burial from Southern Egypt. Fred Wendorf and Romuald Schild.
      1. Erik Trinkaus
    59. R Archeology: Research in Economic Anthropology, A Research Annual, Supplement 2-1986: Economic Aspects of Prehispanic Highland Mexico. Barry L. Isaac, ed
      1. Susan T. Evans
    60. R Archeology: The Southeast Maya Periphery. Patricia A. Urban and Edward M. Schortman, eds
      1. William R. Fowler
    61. R Archeology: Telarmachay: Chasseurs et Pasteurs Préhistoriques des Andes. Danièle Lavallée, Michèle Julien, Jane Wheeler, and Claudine Karlin.
      1. Mark S. Aldenderfer
    62. R Archeology: Windows on the Japanese Past: Studies in Archaeology and Prehistory. Richard J. Pearson, Gina Lee Barnes, and Karl L. Hutterer, eds
      1. John W. Olsen
    63. R Linguistic Anthropology: Cultural Models in Language and Thought. Dorothy Holland and Naomi Quinn, eds
      1. Ronald W. Casson
    64. R Linguistic Anthropology: Handbook of Amazonian Languages, Volume 1. Desmond C. Derbyshire and Geoffrey K. Pullum, eds
      1. Arthur P. Sorensen
    65. R Linguistic Anthropology: Sacred Language: The Nature of Supernatural Discourse in Lakota. William K. Powers.
      1. Amy Dahlstrom
    66. R Linguistic Anthropology: Therapeutic Discourse and Socratic Dialogue. Tullio Maranhäo.
      1. Peter Stromberg
    67. R Linguistic Anthropology: White Talk Black Talk: Inter-Racial Friendship and Communication Amongst Adolescents. Roger Hewitt.
      1. Thomas Kochman

Film Reviews

    1. R Expressive Culture in Papua New Guinea: A Guide to Three Films Produced by Chris Owen, Institute of Papua New Guinea Studies. Toby Alice Volkman.
      1. Terence E. Hays
    2. R A Guide to Films About the Pacific Islands. Judith D. Hamnett
      1. Terence E. Hays
    3. R Biquefarre. 1984. Directed by Georges Rouquier.
      1. Deborah Reed-Danahay
    4. R Broken Rainbow. 1985. Produced by Maria Florio and Victoria Mudd.
      1. Richard O. Clemmer
    5. R Entre Verde y Seco. 1983. A film by Rhonda Vlasak and Lesley Poling-Kempes.
      1. Michael H. Logan
    6. R The Four Seasons in Lenape Indian Life. 1983. Written and illustrated by William Sauts Netamuxwe Bock.
      1. Robert S. Grumet
    7. R Lenape: The Original People. 1985. A film by Thomas Agnello.
      1. Robert S. Grumet
    8. R The Palestinian People Do Have Rights. 1979. Produced by the United Nations.: On Our Land. 1981. Produced by Antonio Caccia.: The Hundred Years War: Personal Notes. 1983. Produced and directed by Ilan Ziv.: Israel and the Palestinians: The Continuing Conflict. n.d. 35 minutes, color. Directed by Amram Nowak and produced by Andrea Simon.: Gaza Ghetto: Portrait of a Palestinian Family. 1984. Written, produced, and directed by PeA Holmquist, Joan Mandell, and Pierre Bjorklund.
      1. Julie Peteet
    9. R Sans Soleil. 1982. A film by Chris Marker.
      1. Ákos Östör

Erratum

    1. R Erratum