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Original Article

    1. R Twice-Born, Once Conceived: Meaning Construction and Cultural Cognition
      1. Bradd Shore
    2. R American Indian Population Recovery following Smallpox Epidemics
      1. Russell Thornton
        Tim Miller
        Jonathan Warren
    3. R The Ecology of Seasonal Stress and the Origins of Agriculture in the Near East
      1. Joy McCorriston
        Frank Hole
    4. R Compositional Analysis and "Sources" of Pottery: An Ethnoarcheological Approach
      1. Dean E. Arnold
        Hector Neff
        Ronald L. Bishop
    5. R Social Organization, Resource Management, and Child Nutrition in the Taita Hills, Kenya
      1. Patrick Fleuret
        Anne Fleuret

Research Reports

    1. R A Survey of Four Illnesses and Their Relationship to Intracultural Variation in a Mexican-American Community
      1. Robert T.
    2. R Cultural and Landscape Influences on Tucson Basin Hohokam Settlement
      1. G. Lain Ellis
        Michael R. Waters
    3. R Macro-Micro Linkages in Northwest Portuguese Agriculture: An Application of the Policy Analysis Matrix (PAM)
      1. Timothy J. Finan


    1. R Disneyland and the Future of Museum Anthropology
      1. John Terrell
    2. R The Rain-Forest Ecosystem as a Resource for Hunting and Gathering
      1. Paul A. Colinvaux
        Mark B. Bush
    3. R Reply to Colinvaux and Bush
      1. Robert C. Bailey
        Mark Jenike
        Robert Rechtman
    4. R Anti-Science and the Pre-Darwinian Image of Mankind
      1. Martin Daly
        Marco Wilson
    5. R "Agnostic about Consciousness"—Science, Anti-Science, and Ratomorphic Psychology: A Reply to Daly and Wilson
      1. Clayton A. Robarchek
    6. R Projectile Points as Time Markers in the Great Basin
      1. Robert L. Bettinger
        James F. O'Connell
        David Hurst Thomas
    7. R Missing the Point: Rebuttal to Bettinger, O'Connell, and Thomas
      1. Philip J. Wilke
        J. Jeffrey Flenniken

Book Reviews

    1. R Linguistic Anthropology: Investigating Obsolescence: Studies in Language Contraction and Death. Nancy C. Dorian
      1. Carol Eastman
    2. R Language Development: Learning Language, Learning Culture. Meaning and Choice in Language: Studies for Michael Halliday. Ruqaiya Hasan and J. R. Martin
      1. Norris Minick
    3. R Linguistics: The Cambridge Survey, Volume 3. Language: Psychological and Biological Aspects. Frederick J. Newmeyer
      1. William S.-Y. Wang
    4. R The Politics of Language Purism. Björn H. Jernudd and Michael J. Shapiro
      1. Carol Eastman
    5. R Symbolic Values of Foreign Language Use: From the Japanese Case to a General Sociolinguistic Perspective. Harold Haarmann.
      1. James Stanlaw
    6. R Book Reviews
      1. William F. Hanks
    7. R Book Reviews
      1. Bonnie C. Wade
    8. R Dreamer-Prophets of the Columbia Plateau: Smohalla and Skolaskin. Robert H. Ruby and John A. Brown.
      1. Robin Ridington
    9. R Powhatan's Mantle: Indians in the Colonial Southeast. Peter H. Wood, Gregory A. Waselkov, and M. Thomas Hatley
      1. Jerald T. Milanich
    10. R The Magic City: Unemployment in a Working-Class Community. Gregory Pappas.
      1. Thomas Belmonte
    11. R The Written Suburb: An American Site, An Ethnographic Dilemma. John D. Dorst.
      1. Dean MacCannell
    12. R Old Men of the Bowery: Strategies for Survival among the Homeless. Carl I. Cohen and Jay Sokolovsky.
      1. Mark R. Luborsky
    13. R Pilgrims of Paradox: Calvinism and Experience among the Primitive Baptists of the Blue Ridge. James L. Peacock and Ruel W. Tyson
      1. Mark R. Woodward
    14. R Other Healers: Unorthodox Medicine in America. Norman Gevitz
      1. Laurie J. Price
    15. R The Tojolabal Maya: Ethnographic and Linguistic Approaches. M. Jill Brody and John S. Thomas
      1. Terrence Kaufman
    16. R The Cultural Evolution of Ancient Nahua Civilizations: The Pipil-Nicarao of Central America. William R. Fowler
      1. John W. Fox
    17. R To Weave and Sing: Art, Symbol, and Narrative in the South American Rain Forest. David M. Guss.
      1. Norman E. Whitten
    18. R The Pacaa Nova: Clash of Cultures on the Brazilian Frontier. Bernard von Graeve.
      1. Debra Picchi
    19. R Beyond the Miracle of the Market: The Political Economy of Agrarian Development in Kenya. Robert H. Bates.
      1. Patrick Fleuret
    20. R Maternity, Medicine, and Power: Reproductive Decisions in Urban Benin. Carolyn Fishel Sargent.
      1. Robbie Davis-Floyd
    21. R Fusion of the Worlds: An Ethnography of Possession among the Songhay of Niger. Paul Stoller.
      1. Michael Lambek
    22. R Bedouin Life in the Egyptian Wilderness. Joseph J. Hobbs.
      1. William C. Young
    23. R People as Subject, People as Object: Selfhood and Peoplehood in Contemporary Israel. Virginia R. Domíguez.
      1. Nancie L. Gonzalez
    24. R The Artist as Anthropologist: The Representation of Type and Character in Victorian Art. Mary Cowling.
      1. DeWight R. Middleton
    25. R Family, Political Economy, and Demographic Change: The Transformation of Life in Casalecchio, Italy, 1861–1921. David I. Kertzer and Dennis P. Hogan.
      1. Donald S. Pitkin
    26. R The Appointed Hour: Death, Worldview, and Social Change in Brittany. Ellen Badone.
      1. Anne S. Denman
    27. R Neither Man nor Woman: The Hijras of India. Serena Nanda.
      1. Gilbert Herdt
    28. R Malays in Singapore: Culture, Economy, and Ideology. Tania Li.
      1. Judith A. Nagata
    29. R Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm. Shelly Errington.
      1. Rita Smith Kipp
    30. R Tungaru Traditions: Writings on the Atoll Culture of the Gilbert Islands. Arthur Francis Grimble
      1. Henry P. Lundsgaarde
    31. R Culture, Kin, and Cognition in Oceania: Essays in Honor of Ward H. Goodenough. Mac Marshall and John L. Caughey
      1. Lamont Lindstrom
    32. R Developments in Polynesian Ethnology. Alan Howard and Robert Borofsky
      1. Richard Feinberg
    33. R The Pacific Theater: Island Representations of World War II. Geoffrey M. White and Lamont Lindstrom
      1. William L. Rodman
    34. R Biological Anthropology: Hominidae. Giacomo Giacobini
      1. R. J. Clarke
    35. R Housing, Care and Psychological Wellbeing of Captive and Laboratory Primates. Evalyn F. Segal
      1. Donald G. Lindburg
    36. R Human Origins. John R. Durant.
      1. William H. Kimbel
    37. R Applied Anthropology: African Food Systems in Crisis, Part One: Microperspectives. Rebecca Huss-Ashmore and Solomon H. Katz
      1. Constance M. Mccorkle
    38. R The Fate of the Forest: Developers, Destroyers and Defenders of the Amazon. Susanna Hecht and Alexander Cockburn.
      1. Emilio F. Moran
    39. R Food Crops vs. Feed Crops: Global Substitution of Grains in Production. David Barkin, Rosemary L. Batt, and Billie R. DeWalt.
      1. G. Edward Schuh
    40. R Nongovernmental Organizations and Local Development. Michael M. Cernea.
      1. Barbara Pillsbury
    41. R Opening and Closing the Doors: Evaluating Immigration Reform and Control. Frank D. Bean, Georges Vernez, and Charles B. Keely.
      1. Lisa Gilad
    42. R Peasant Economics: Farm Households and Agrarian Development. Frank Ellis.
      1. Sutti Ortiz
    43. R Seasonal Variability in Third World Agriculture: The Consequences for Food Security. David E. Sahn
      1. Antoinette Brown
    44. R The Social Sciences in International Agricultural Research: Lessons from the CRSPs. Constance M. McCorkle
      1. David Groenfeldt
    45. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Attraction of Opposites: Thought and Society in the Dualistic Mode. David Maybury-Lewis and Uri Almagor
      1. Terence Turner
    46. R Anthropologies and Histories: Essays in Culture, History, and Political Economy. William Roseberry.
      1. Donald L. Donham
    47. R Creativity of Power: Cosmology and Action in African Societies. W. Arens and Ivan Karp
      1. Pauline E. Peters
    48. R Discourse and the Construction of Society: Comparative Studies of Myth, Ritual, and Classification. Bruce Lincoln.
      1. James A. Boon
    49. R Enduring Seeds: Native American Agriculture and Wild Plant Conservation. Gary Paul Nabhan.
      1. Vaughn M. Bryant
    50. R The Ethics of Collecting Cultural Property: Whose Culture? Whose Property?Phyllis Mauch Messenger
      1. Thomas P. Myers
    51. R A Group Called Women: Sisterhood and Symbolism in the Feminist Movement. Joan Cassell.
      1. Frances E. Mascia-Lees
    52. R Health and the Rise of Civilization. Mark Nathan Cohen.
      1. Clark Spencer Larsen
    53. R The Humbled Anthropologist: Tales from the Pacific. Philip R. DeVita
      1. Jukka Siikala
    54. R The Individual, Communication, and Society: Essays in Memory of Gregory Bateson. Robert W. Rieber
      1. David M. Lipset
    55. R In Search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology and Myth. J. P. Mallory.
      1. Paul Friedrich
    56. R International Perspectives on Marxist Anthropology. Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban
      1. James Wessman
    57. R In the Ever After: Fairy Tales and the Second Half of Life. Allan B. Chinen.
      1. Robert L. Rubinstein
    58. R Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance. Michael Adas.
      1. James Ferguson
    59. R Making Our Research Useful: Case Studies in the Utilization of Anthropological Knowledge. John van Willigen, Barbara Rylko-Bauer, and Ann McElroy
      1. Erve Chambers
    60. R Mythos: Streifzüge durch Tradition und Gegenwart. Gerhard Schlatter.
      1. Simon D. Messing
    61. R Native American Estate: The Struggle over Indian and Hawaiian Lands. Linda S. Parker.
      1. Imre Sutton
    62. R Percorsi Simbolici. Antonino Buttitta and Silvana Miceli.
      1. Michael Herzfeld
    63. R Primitive Art in Civilized Places. Sally Price.
      1. John Nunley
    64. R Risk and Uncertainty in Tribal and Peasant Economies. Elizabeth Cashdan
      1. Tim O'Meara
    65. R World Music, Politics and Social Change: Papers from the International Association for the Study of Popular Music. Simon Frith
      1. Catherine M. Cameron
    66. R Archeology: Archaeological Thought in America. C. C. Lamberg-Karlovsky
      1. John O'Shea
    67. R The Archaeology of Political Structure: Settlement Analysis in a Classic Maya Polity. Olivier De Montmollin.
      1. Kenneth G. Hirth
    68. R Asentamientos humanos y formaciones sociales en la costa norte del antiguo Perú (del Paleolítico a Moche V). José Canziani Amico.
      1. David J. Wilson
    69. R The Chemistry of Prehistoric Human Bone. T. Douglas Price
      1. M. Anne Katzenberg
    70. R Conceptual Issues in Environmental Archaeology. John L. Bintliff, Donald A. Davidson, and Eric G. Grant
      1. Karl W. Butzer
    71. R Book Reviews
      1. H. David Tuggle
    72. R Excavation of the Donner-Reed Wagons: Historic Archaeology along the Hastings Cutoff. Bruce R. Hawkins and David B. Madsen.
      1. Robert L. Schuyler
    73. R Book Reviews
      1. Ruth Tringham
    74. R Mesoamerica after the Decline of Teotihuacan, A.D. 700–900. Richard A. Diehl and Janet Catherine Berlo
      1. Gary Feinman
    75. R The New Archaeology and the Ancient Maya. Jeremy A. Sabloff.
      1. Joyce Marcus
    76. R Northern Athapaskan Art: A Beadwork Tradition. Kate C. Duncan.
      1. A. McFadyen Clark
    77. R Paleoindian Research in Virginia: A Synthesis. J. Mark Wittkofski and Theodore R. Reinhart
      1. I. Randolph Daniel
    78. R Prehistoric Maya Economies of Belize. Patricia A. McAnany and Barry L. Isaac
      1. Rosemary Joyce
    79. R Quantifying Diversity in Archaeology. Robert D. Leonard and George T. Jones
      1. Kenneth L. Kvamme
    80. R Time, Energy and Stone Tools. Robin Torrence
      1. John J. Shea
    81. R To the Euphrates and Beyond: Archaeological Studies in Honor of Maurits N. van Loon. O. M. C. Haex, H. H. Curvers, and P. M. M. G. Akkermans
      1. Frank Hole

Film Reviews

    1. R Circles-Cycles Kathak Dance. 1989. Produced and directed by Robert S. Gottlieb.
      1. Najwa Adra
    2. R Contact: The Yanomami Indians of Brazil. 1989. A film by Geoffrey O'Connor and Bruce Albert.
      1. Napoleon A. Chagnon
    3. R Mammy Water: In Search of the Water Spirits in Nigeria. 1989. Produced and directed by Sabine Jell-Bahlsen.
      1. Simon Ottenberg
    4. R Maya Fiesta. 1988. Produced by Allan F. Burns and Alan Saperstein.
      1. Duncan M. Earle
    5. R Of Lives Uprooted. 1988 (released 1990). Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.
      1. Michael J. Higgins
    6. R The Old Believers (Staroveri). 1989. Directed by John Paskievich.
      1. Stephen P. Dunn
        Ethel Dunn
    7. R Popol Vuh: The Creation Myth of the Maya. 1989. Produced by Patricia Amlin.
      1. Brian Stross
    8. R Powerhouse for God. 1989. Produced by Barry Dornfeld, Tom Rankin, and Jeff Titon.
      1. Alexander Moore
    9. R Voice of the Whip. 1989. Directed by Ned Johnston and Lou Werner.
      1. William C. Young
    10. R Voodoo and the Church in Haiti. 1988. Produced by Andrea Leland and Bob Richards.
      1. John P. Homiak
    11. R Water for Tonoumassé. 1987 (released in U.S. 1990). Produced by Gary Beitel.
      1. Nancy J. Schmidt

Exhibit Reviews

    1. R The Hall of the North American Indian: Change and Continuity. Ian Brown
      1. Susan S. Bean
        Shepard Krech
    2. R Okiek Portraits. 31 photographs by Corinne Kratz
      1. Michael M. J. Fischer
    3. R Traveling the Pacific. Phyllis Rabinow
      1. Adrienne L. Kaeppler