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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Language, Ideology, and Political Economy
      1. PAUL FRIEDRICH
    2. R The Origins and Evolution of Culture
      1. W. PENN HANDWERKER
    3. R Neandertal Pelves and Gestation Length: Hypotheses and Holism in Paleoanthropology
      1. CONNIE M. ANDERSON
    4. R Theories of Social Honor
      1. ELVIN HATCH
    5. R Anthropology As Empirical Science
      1. J. TIM O'MEARA
    6. R The Political Impact of Trade in Chiefdoms
      1. RITA SMITH KIPP
        EDWARD M. SCHORTMAN
    7. R On the Irrelevance of the Segmentary Lineage Model in the Moroccan Rif
      1. HENRY MUNSON
    8. R Developmental Stage Age Groups and African Population Structure: The Kusasi of the West African Savanna
      1. DAVID A. CLEVELAND
    9. R Low Socioeconomic Status and Female-Biased Parental Investment: The Mukogodo Example
      1. LEE CRONK

Research Report

    1. R Household Variation and Gender Inequality in Ariaal Pastoral Production: Results of a Stratified Time-Allocation Survey
      1. ELLIOT FRATKIN

Obituary

    1. R Leland C. Wyman (1898–1988)
      1. DAVID P. MCALLESTER

Commentaries

    1. R Medieval Thinking and the Paradigms of Paleoanthropology
      1. C. LORING BRACE
    2. R Paradigms and Paradoxes in Paleoanthropology: A Response to C. Loring Brace
      1. G. A. CLARK
    3. R Reply to Freeman and Rhoades
      1. KARI HEIDER
    4. R The Role of Graphic Analysis of Quantitative Data: A Brief Comment on Behrens's Review of The Visual Display of Quantitative Information
      1. DONNA C. ROPER
    5. R Who's a Cultural Chauvinist?
      1. CECIL H. BROWN
    6. R Comment on Adra's Review
      1. LAURENCE D. LOEB
    7. R Cities, Towns, and Urbanism: Comment on Sanders and Webster
      1. MICHAEL E. SMITH
    8. R "The Mesoamerican Urban Tradition": Reply to Smith
      1. DAVID WEBSTER
        WILLIAM T. SANDERS

Book Reviews

    1. R Applied Anthropology: Advocacy and Anthropology: First Encounters. Robert Paine, ed
      1. JOHN W. BENNETT
    2. R Applied Anthropology: Comparative Farming Systems. B. L. Turner II and Stephen B. Brush, eds
      1. JAMES D. NATIONS
    3. R Applied Anthropology: Feeding African Cities: Studies in Regional Social History. Jane I. Guyer, ed. International African Library
      1. JOHN ARON GRAYZEL
    4. R Applied Anthropology: The Hour of the Fox: Tropical Forests, the World Bank, and Indigenous People in Central India. Robert S. Anderson and Walter Huber
      1. DONALD A. MESSERSCHMIDT
    5. R Applied Anthropology: Household Economies and Their Transformations. Morgan D. Maclachlan, ed
      1. SUSAN GREENHALGH
    6. R Applied Anthropology: Innovation in African Agriculture. Arthur J. Dommen. Westview Special Studies in Agriculture Science and Policy
      1. PAULINE E. PETERS
    7. R Book Reviews
    8. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Ecrits sur la Royauté Sacreé. Luc de Heusch. Anthropologie Sociale
      1. ROBERT GERAKD LAUNAY
    9. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Ethnographers in the Field: The Psychology of Research. John L. Wengle
      1. JEAN-PAUL DUMONT
    10. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Four Theories of Myth in Twentieth-Century History: Cassirer, Eliade, Lévi-Strauss and Malinowski. Ivan Strenski
      1. C. SCOTT LITTLETON
    11. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Images of Women in Peace and War: Cross-Cultural and Historical Perspectives. Sharon Macdonald, Pat Holden, and Shirley Ardener, eds
      1. ALICE B. KEHOE
    12. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Jealous Potter. Claude Lévi-Strauss (Benedicte Chorier, transl.). (Translation of La Potière Jalouse, Librairie Plon, 1985.)
      1. VOLNEY P. GAY
    13. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Migrants, Workers, and the Social Order. Jeremy Eades, ed
      1. MICHAEL KEARNEY
    14. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Naming and Identity: A Cross-Cultural Study of Personal Naming Practices. Richard A. Alford
      1. KELSIE B. HARDER
    15. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Private Politics: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to "Big-Man" Systems. Martin A. van Bakel, Renée R. Hagesteijn, and Pieter van de Velde, eds
      1. MAURICE GODELIER
    16. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Ulysses' Sail: An Ethnographic Odyssey of Power, Knowledge, and Geographical Distance. Mary W. Helms
      1. KENT MAYNARD
    17. R Linguistic Anthropology: George Magoon and the Down East Game War: History, Folklore, and the Law. Edward D. Ives
      1. MYRDENE ANDERSON
    18. R Linguistic Anthropology: Language, Authority, and Indigenous History in the Comentarios Reales de los Incas. Margarita Zamora
      1. LEE H. DOWLING
    19. R Linguistic Anthropology: Pidgins and Creoles, Volume 1: Theory and Structure. John Holm
      1. WILLIAM WASHABAUGH
    20. R Linguistic Anthropology: Talking Culture: Ethnography and Conversation Analysis. Michael Moerman. University of Pennsylvania Publications in Conduct and Communication
      1. CHARLES L. BRIGGS
    21. R Linguistic Anthropology: Transformational Grammar: A First Course. Andrew Radford
      1. JANE H. HILL
    22. R Archeology: Archaeometry: An Introduction to Physical Methods in Archaeology and the History of Art. Ulrich Leute
      1. ARLEYN W. SIMON
    23. R Linguistic Anthropology: Aztec Warfare: Imperial Expansion and Political Control. Ross Hassig
      1. SUSAN EVANS
    24. R Linguistic Anthropology: Centre and Periphery in the Ancient World. Michael Rowlands, Mogens Larsen, and Kristian Kristiansen, eds. New Directions in Archaeology
      1. STEPHEN A. KOWALEWSKI
    25. R Linguistic Anthropology: Coasts, Plains and Deserts: Essays in Honor of Reynold J. Ruppé. Sylvia W. Gaines, ed. Anthropological Research Papers, No. 38
      1. ROBERT C. EULER
    26. R Linguistic Anthropology: Consumer Choice in Historical Archaeology. Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood, ed
      1. MICHAEL M. GREGORY
    27. R Linguistic Anthropology: El Inga: A Paleo-Indian Site in the Sierra of Northern Ecuador. William J. Mayer-Oakes. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 76, Pt. 4
      1. DENNIS STANFORD
    28. R Linguistic Anthropology: A Golden Journey: Memoirs of an Archaeologist. Luther S. Cressman
      1. DON D. FOWLER
    29. R Linguistic Anthropology: Household and Community in the Mesoamerican Past. Richard R. Wilk and Wendy Ashmore, eds
      1. SCOTT L. FEDICK
    30. R Linguistic Anthropology: Peruvian Prehistory: An Overview of Pre-Inca and Inca Society. Richard W. Keatinge
      1. KATHARINA J. SCHREIBER
    31. R Linguistic Anthropology: Pottery Analysis: A Sourcebook. Prudence M. Rice
      1. VINCAS P. STEPONAITIS
    32. R Linguistic Anthropology: Re-Constructing Archaeology: Theory and Practice. Michael Shanks and Christopher Tilley
      1. TIMOTHY K. EARLE
    33. R Linguistic Anthropology: Stone Age Spear and Arrow Points of the Midcontinental and Eastern United States: A Modern Survey and Reference. Noel D. Justice
      1. C. MARSHALL HOFFMAN
    34. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Coast Salish Essays. Wayne Suttles
      1. ROBIN RIDINGTON
    35. R Linguistic Anthropology: Kinship and the Drum Dance in a Northern Dene Community. Michael Asch. Circumpolar Research Series
      1. JUNE HELM
    36. R Linguistic Anthropology: Trail to Heaven: Knowledge and Narrative in a Northern Native Community. Robin Ridington
      1. JOEL SAVISHINSKY
    37. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Transformation of Bigfoot: Maleness, Power, and Belief Among the Chipewyan. Henry S. Sharp
      1. JAMES G. E. SMITH
    38. R Linguistic Anthropology: Wild Rice and the Ojibway People. Thomas Vennum, Jr
      1. GEORGE E. AHLGREN
        TIMOTHY G. ROUFS
    39. R Linguistic Anthropology: After Columbus: Essays in the Ethnohistory of Colonial North America. James Axtell
      1. WILCOMB E. WASHBURN
    40. R Linguistic Anthropology: Séphardim d'Hier et de Demain: Trois Autobiographies d'Immigrants Juifs Marocains au Canada. André E. Elbaz
      1. JUDITH R. COHEN
    41. R Linguistic Anthropology: Persistence and Flexibility: Anthropological Perspectives on the American Jewish Experience. Waller P. Zenner, ed
      1. CAROL T. SILVERMAN
    42. R Linguistic Anthropology: New Immigrants in New York. Nancy Foner, ed
      1. ELSA M. CHANEY
    43. R Linguistic Anthropology: Deliberate Acts: Changing Hopi Culture Through the Oraibi Split. Peter M. Whiteley
      1. JERROLD E. LEVY
    44. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Work of Bernardino de Sahagún: Pioneer of Sixteenth-Century Aztec Mexico. J. Jorge Klor de Alva, H. B. Nicholson, and Eloise Quiñones Keber, eds
      1. WOODROW BORAH
    45. R Linguistic Anthropology: God and Production in a Guatemalan Town. Sheldon Annis
      1. ROLAND EBEL
    46. R Linguistic Anthropology: Continuities in Highland Maya Social Organization: Ethnohistory in Sacapulas, Guatemala. Robert M. Hill II and John Monaghan
      1. BARBARA TEDLOCK
    47. R Linguistic Anthropology: Harvest of Violence: The Maya Indians and the Guatemalan Crisis. Robert M. Carmack, ed
      1. JAMES D. SEXTON
    48. R Linguistic Anthropology: Unseasonal Migrations: The Effects of Rural Labor Scarcity in Peru. Jane L. Collins
      1. MARIANNE SCHMINK
    49. R Linguistic Anthropology: Music, Ritual, and Falasha History. Kay Kaufman Shelemay
      1. JON ABBINK
    50. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Listening Ebony: Moral Knowledge, Religion, and Power Among the Uduk of Sudan. Wendy James
      1. JANICE BODDY
    51. R Linguistic Anthropology: National Integration and Local Integrity: The Miri of the Nuba Mountains in the Sudan. Gerd Baumann
      1. JAMES FARIS
    52. R Linguistic Anthropology: Islam in Practice: Religious Beliefs in a Persian Village. Reinhold Loeffler
      1. JUDITH L. GOLDSTEIN
    53. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Peoples of the Soviet Union. Viktor Kozlov (Pauline M. Tiffen, transl.). The Second World series
      1. STEPHEN P. DUNN
    54. R Linguistic Anthropology: Femmes et Patrimoine dans les Sociétés Rurales de l'Europe Méditerranéenne. G. Ravis-Giordani, ed
      1. PETER S. ALLEN
    55. R Linguistic Anthropology: L'Inde et l'Imaginaire (India in Western Imagination). Catherine Weinberger-Thomas, ed
      1. DOROTHY FIGUEIRA
    56. R Linguistic Anthropology: Shari'at and Ambiguity in South Asian Islam. Katherine P. Ewing, ed
      1. SYLVIA VATUK
    57. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Jungle and the Aroma of Meats: An Ecological Theme in Hindu Medicine. Francis Zimmermann
      1. EMIKO OHNUKI-TIERNEY
    58. R Linguistic Anthropology: State and Family in Singapore: Restructuring a Developing Society. Janet W. Salaff. Anthropology of Contemporary Issues
      1. LINDA LEWIS
    59. R Linguistic Anthropology: Over the Mountains Are Mountains: Korean Peasant Households and Their Adaptations to Rapid Industrialization. Clark W. Sorensen
      1. LINDA LEWIS
    60. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Gift of Kinship: Structure and Practice in Maring Social Organization. Edward LiPuma
      1. NANCY LUTKEHAUS
    61. R Book Reviews
    62. R Biological Anthropology: The African Exchange: Toward a Biological History of Black People. Kenneth F. Kiple, ed
      1. JANIS HUTCHINSON
    63. R Biological Anthropology: Biological Aspects of Human Migration. C. G. N. Mascie-Taylor and G. W. Lasker, eds
      1. JOHN RELETHFORD
    64. R Biological Anthropology: Freak Show: Presenting Human Oddities for Amusement and Profit. Robert Bogdan
      1. TURHON A. MURAD
    65. R Biological Anthropology: Machiavellian Intelligence: Social Expertise and the Evolution of Intellect in Monkeys, Apes, and Humans. Richard W. Byrne and Andrew Whiten, eds
      1. KATHLEEN GIBSON
    66. R Biological Anthropology: The Non-Darwinian Revolution: Reinterpreting a Historical Myth. Peter J. Bowler
      1. IAN TATTERSALL
    67. R Biological Anthropology: Patterns of Human Growth. Barry Bogin. Cambridge Studies in Biological Anthropology, No. 3
      1. SHARLEEN H. SIMPSON
    68. R Biological Anthropology: Primate Adaptation and Evolution. John G. Fleagle
      1. ROBERT W. SUSSMAN
    69. R Biological Anthropology: Primate Phylogeny. F. E. Grine, J. G. Fleagle, and L. B. Martin, eds
      1. PHILIP D. GINGERICH
    70. R Biological Anthropology: The Role of Culture in Developmental Disorder. Charles M. Super, ed
      1. ROBERT J. MEIER

Film Reviews

    1. R Bar Yohai. 1988. A film by Robert Ascher. 6 minutes, color
      1. STEPHEN PASTNER
    2. R Make Prayers to the Raven. 1987. Five videotapes produced by Mark O. Badger and Richard K. Nelson. Narrated by Barry Lopez. 30 minutes each, color
      1. GREGORY BUTTON
        D. W. MURRAY
    3. R After Solidarity: Three Polish Families in America. 1987. Produced by Gaylen Ross. 58 minutes, color
      1. KATHLEEN MONK
    4. R Family Gathering. 1988. A film by Lise Yasui. Co-produced by Lise Yasui and Ann Tegnell. 30 minutes, color
      1. RICHARD CHALFEN
    5. R No Applause, Just Throw Money. 1987. Produced and directed by Karen Goodman. 28 minutes
      1. SALLY ENGLE MERRY
    6. R Peter, Donald, Willie, Pat. 1988. Produced by Jim Kaufman and directed by Mike Majoros. 48 minutes, color
      1. SALLY ENGLE MERRY
    7. R Hail Umbanda. 1988. Produced and directed by José Araújo. 46 minutes, color
      1. SIDNEY M. GREENFIELD
    8. R Bahia: Africa in the Americas. 1988. Produced by Geovanni Brewer and Michael Brewer. 58 minutes, color
      1. SIDNEY M. GREENFIELD
    9. R Hail Mother Kali: A Tribute to the Traditions and Healing Arts Brought to Guyana by Indentured Madrasi Labourers. 1988. Produced and directed by Stephanos Stephanides. 60 minutes, color
      1. JUDITH JOHNSTON
    10. R Metos Jah Hut (A Jah Hut Myth). 1987. A video by Duncan Holaday, Batin Long bin Hok, and Shanthi Ramanujan. 10 minutes, color
      1. RICHARD C. FIDLER