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Original Article

    1. R Distinguished Lecture in Archeology: Constraint and Freedom—A New Synthesis for Archeological Explanation
      1. BRUCE G. TRIGGER
    2. R Literacy and the Notion of Person on Nukulaelae Atoll
      1. NIKO BESNIER
    3. R Sociability in Old Female Japanese Monkeys: Human versus Nonhuman Primate Aging
      1. MARY S. MCDONALD PAVELKA
    4. R Claude Lévi-Strauss Meets Alexander Goldenweiser: Boasian Anthropology and the Study of Totemism
      1. WARREN SHAPIRO
    5. R Risk Perception Mapping: Using Ethnography to Define the Locally Affected Population for a Low-Level Radioactive Waste Storage Facility in Michigan
      1. RICHARD W. STOFFLE
        MICHAEL W. TRAUGOTT
        JOHN V. STONE
        PAULA D. MCINTYRE
        FLORENCE V. JENSEN
        CARLA C. DAVIDSON
    6. R Anthropological Analysis of Exploration Texts: Cultural Discourse and the Ethnological Import of Fray Marcos de Niza's Journey to Cibola
      1. DANIEL T. REFF
    7. R Aboriginal Occupation at High Altitude: Alpine Villages in the White Mountains of Eastern California
      1. ROBERT L. BETTINGER

Research Report

    1. R Why Do Mbuti Hunters Use Nets? Ungulate Hunting Efficiency of Archers and Net-Hunters in the Ituri Rain Forest
      1. DAVID S. WILKIE
        BRYAN CURRAN

Commentaries

    1. R On the Nature of Belief
      1. JAMES M. DONOVAN
    2. R Reply to James Donovan
      1. WARD H. GOODENOUGH
    3. R Population Pressure, Agricultural Origins, and Cultural Evolution: Constrained Mobility or Inhibited Expansion?
      1. ROBERT BATES GRABER
    4. R Population Pressure, Locational Constraints, and the Evolution of Culture: A Reply to Graber
      1. MICHAEL ROSENBERG
    5. R Some Creeks Stayed: Comments on Amelia Rector Bell's "Separate People: Speaking of Creek Men and Women"
      1. J. ANTHONY PAREDES
    6. R Response to Paredes
      1. AMELIA RECTOR BELL
    7. R Blaming the Victim
      1. STEPHEN O. MURRAY
    8. R Rejoinder to Stephen O. Murray
      1. EDWARD I. FRY
    9. R Evolution in Language: A Reply to Robert K. Herbert
      1. BERNARD H. BICHAKJIAN
    10. R Response to Babcock and Parezo
      1. MARGARET M. CAFFREY
    11. R A Rejoinder to P. A. Gilman
      1. DAVID E. STUART

Book Review

    1. R Biological Anthropology: Diet and Disease in Traditional and Developing Societies. G. A. Harrison and J. C. Waterlow, eds.
      1. BARRY A. BOGIN
    2. R Biological Anthropology: A Life in Science: Papers in Honor of J. Lawrence Angel. Jane E. Buikstra, ed.
      1. PAUL SLEDZIK
    3. R Biological Anthropology: Primate Life History and Evolution. C. Jean DeRousseau, ed.
      1. RICHARD J. SMITH
    4. R Biological Anthropology: Socioendocrinology of Primate Reproduction: Proceedings of a Symposium from the 12th Congress of the International Primatological Society, Brazil, 1988. Toni E. Ziegler and Fred B. Bercovitch, eds.
      1. W. RICHARD DUKELOW
    5. R Applied Anthropology: Hill Tribes Today: Problems in Change. John McKinnon and Bernard Vienne.
      1. AUGUSTA MOLNAR
    6. R Applied Anthropology: The Human Ecology of Tropical Land Settlement in Latin America. Debra A. Schumann and William L. Partridge, eds.
      1. JOHN FRECHIONE
    7. R Applied Anthropology: Native American Cultural Resource Studies at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. Richard W. Stoffle, David B. Halmo, John E. Olmsted, and Michael J. Evans.
      1. MARTHA C. KNACK
    8. R Applied Anthropology: The Northern Route: An Ethnography of Refugee Experiences. Lisa Gilad.
      1. NANCY D. DONNELLY
    9. R Applied Anthropology: Social Change and Applied Anthropology: Essays in Honor of David W. Brokensha. Miriam S. Chaiken and Anne K. Fleuret, eds.
      1. PETER LLOYD
    10. R Applied Anthropology: The Social Economy of Consumption. Henry J. Rutz. and Benjamin S. Orlove, eds.
      1. MICHAEL CHIBNIK
    11. R Applied Anthropology: Social Science Perspectives on Managing Agricultural Technology. David Groenfeldt and Joyce Lewinger Moock, eds.
      1. SEAN CONLIN
    12. R Applied Anthropology: Understanding Cultural Differences: Germans, French and Americans. Edward T. Hall and Mildred Reed Hall.
      1. GARY FERRARO
    13. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Ambiguity of Rapprochement: Reflections of Anthropologists on Their Controversial Relationship with Missionaries. Roland Bonsen, Hans Marks, and Jelle Miedema, eds.
      1. MARTHA KAPLAN
    14. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Beamtimes and Lifetimes: The World of High Energy Physicists. Sharon Traweek.
      1. MARTHA KAPLAN
        LUCY SUCHMAN
    15. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Births and Power: Social Change and the Politics of Reproduction. W. Penn Handwerker, ed.
      1. CAROL P. MACCORMACK
    16. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Cloth and Human Experience. Annette B. Weiner and Jane Schneider, eds.
      1. BRINKLEY MESSICK
    17. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Content of Culture: Constants and Variants. Studies in Honor of John M. Roberts. Ralph Bolton, ed.
      1. JOSEPH G. JORGENSEN
    18. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Ethnic Humor around the World: A Comparative Analysis. Christie Davies.
      1. JOEL SHERZER
    19. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Healing and Restoring: Health and Medicine in the World's Religious Traditions. Lawrence E. Sullivan, ed.: Women as Healers: Cross-Cultural Perspectives. Carol Shepherd McClain.
      1. JUDY PUGH
    20. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Life of Symbols. Mary LeCron Foster and Lucy Jayne Botscharow, eds.
      1. THOMAS WYNN
    21. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Literature and Anthropology. Philip A. Dennis and Wendell Aycock, eds.
      1. WILLIAM RODMAN
    22. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Lives in Between: Assimilation and Marginality in Austria, Brazil, and West Africa, 1780–1945. Leo Spitzer.
      1. JOHN MILLER CHERNOFF
    23. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Out of Time: History and Evolution in Anthropological Discourse. Nicholas Thomas.
      1. FERNANDO CORONIL
    24. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Perspectives on Anthropological Collections from the American Southwest: Proceedings of a Symposium. Ann Lane Hedlund, ed.
      1. SHEPARD KRECH III
    25. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Relevance of Culture. Morris Freilich, ed.
      1. ARAM A. YENGOYAN
    26. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Romantic Motives: Essays on Anthropological Sensibility. George W. Stocking, Jr., ed.
      1. REGNA DARNELL
    27. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Search for Society: Quest for a Biosocial Science and Morality. Robin Fox.
      1. CHRISTOPHER BOEHM
    28. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Semiotic of Myth: A Critical Study of the Symbol. James Jakób Liszka.
      1. SAM GILL
    29. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Tradition as Truth and Communication: A Cognitive Description of Traditional Discourse. Pascal Boyer.
      1. LAWRENCE A. HIRSCHFELD
    30. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Work without Wages: Comparative Studies of Domestic Labor and Self-Employment within Capitalism. Jane L. Collins and Martha Gimenez, eds.
      1. HELEN M. ICKEN SAFA
    31. R Archeology: Archeology: Alternative Approaches to Lithic Analysis. Donald O. Henry and George H. Odell, eds.
      1. DOUGLAS E. BAMFORTH
    32. R Archeology: The Archaeology of Regions: A Case for Full-Coverage Survey. Suzanne K. Fish and Stephen A. Kowalewski, eds.
      1. LUANN WANDSNIDER
    33. R Archeology: The Architecture of Social Integration in Prehistoric Pueblos. William D. Lipe and Michelle Hegmon.
      1. ROBERT D. LEONARD
    34. R Archeology: Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems: Case Studies in the Knowledge Domain of Archaeology. J.-C. Gardin, ed.
      1. KEITH W. KINTIGH
    35. R Archeology: Bad Year Economics: Cultural Responses to Risk and Uncertainty. Paul Halstead and John O'Shea, eds.
      1. ARTHUR KEENE
    36. R Archeology: Critical Traditions in Contemporary Archaeology: Essays in the Philosophy, History and Socio-Politics of Archaeology. Valerie Pinsky and Alison Wylie, eds.
      1. RANDALL H. McGUIRE
    37. R Archeology: The Life and Death of a Druid Prince: The Story of Lindow Man, an Archaeological Sensation. Anne Ross and Don Robins.
      1. BRIAN M. FAGAN
    38. R Archeology: Monte Verde: A Late Pleistocene Settlement in Chile. Volume 1: Palaeoenvironment and Site Context. Tom D. Dillehay.
      1. DAVID MELTZER
    39. R Archeology: Towns and Temples along the Mississippi. David H. Dye and Cheryl Anne Cox, eds.
      1. JERALD T. MILANICH
    40. R Archeology: Upon this Foundation—The 'Ubaid Reconsidered: Proceedings from the 'Ubaid Symposium, Elsinore, May 30th–June 1st, 1988. Elizabeth F. Henrickson and Ingolf Thuesen, eds.
      1. GREGORY A. JOHNSON
    41. R Linguistic Anthropology: History from Below: The "Vocabulary of Elisabethville" by André Yav—Text, Translations, and Interpretive Essay. Johannes Fabian, ed. and trans.
      1. CHET A. CREIDER
    42. R Linguistic Anthropology: The Languages of Japan. Masayoshi Shibatani.
      1. TIMOTHY J. VANCE
    43. R Linguistic Anthropology: Speech and Sociability at French Urban Marketplaces. Jacqueline Lindenfeld.
      1. MALCAH YAEGER-DROR
    44. R The Iñupiat and Arctic Alaska: An Ethnography of Development. Norman A. Chance.
      1. RICHARD G. CONDON
    45. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Oil Age Eskimos. Joseph G. Jorgensen.
      1. ROSITA WORL
    46. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Winds of Change: Women in Northwest Commercial Fishing. Charlene J. Allison, Sue-Allen Jacobs, and Mary A. Porter.
      1. E. PAUL DURRENBERGER
    47. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: District Leaders: A Political Ethnography. Rachel Sady.
      1. JACK WEATHERFORD
    48. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Cocaine Kids: The Inside Story of a Teenage Drug Ring. Terry Williams.
      1. DALLAS L. BROWNE
    49. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Circles of Care: Work and Identity in Women's Lives. Emily K. Abel and Margaret K. Nelson, eds.
      1. SANDRA LYNN MORGEN
    50. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: American Medicine as Culture. Howard F.
      1. ALLAN L. YOUNG
    51. R Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in Mesoamerica. Peter T. Markman and Roberta H. Markman.
      1. JOHN K. CHANCE
    52. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: I tre cardini della vita: Anime, corpo, infermita tra i Nahua della Sierra di Puebla. Italo Signorini and Alessandro Lupo.
      1. HUGO G. NUTINI
    53. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Las sociedades rurales hoy. Jorge Zepeda Patterson, ed.: Paisajes agrarios de Michoacán. Hubert Cochet, Eric Léonard, and Jean Damien de Surgy.: Haciendas de tierra y agua en la antigua Ciénega de Chapala. Heriberto Moreno García.: Los límites del agrarismo: Proceso político y estructuras de poder en Taretan, Michoacán. Fernando I.
      1. LOIS STANFORD
    54. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Word and Image in Maya Culture: Explorations in Language, Writing, and Representation. William F. Hanks and Don S. Rice, eds.
      1. JILL BRODY
    55. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: To Square with Genesis: Causal Statements and Shamanic Ideas in Wayãpí. Alan Tormaid Campbell.
      1. WILLIAM BALÉE
    56. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Des parrains pour la vie: Parenté rituelle dans une communauté des Andes péruviennes. Jean Louis Christinat.
      1. DEBORAH POOLE
    57. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Land Filled with Flies: A Political Economy of the Kalahari. Edwin N. Wilmsen.
      1. PARKER SHIPTON
    58. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Wombs and Alien Spirits: Women, Men, and the Zár Cult in Northern Sudan. Janice Boddy.
      1. CYNTHIA NELSON
    59. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Saint of Beersheba. Alex Weingrod.
      1. GLENN BOWMAN
    60. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: II cinghiale cacciatore: Antropologia simbolica della caccia in Sardegna. Vincenzo Padiglione.
      1. GEORGE SAUNDERS
    61. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Fairies and Witches at the Boundary of South-Eastern and Central Europe. Éva Pócs.
      1. LINDA DÉGH
    62. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Die Vólker Nordsibiriens: Unter sowjetischer Herrschaft von 1917 bis 1936. Adelheid Weiser.
      1. STEPHEN P. DUNN
    63. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Chant the Names of God: Music and Culture in Bhojpuri-Speaking India. Edward O. Henry.
      1. BARBARA DIANE MILLER
    64. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The City as Text: The Politics of Landscape Interpretation in the Kandyan Kingdom. James S. Duncan.
      1. PAUL WHEATLEY
    65. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Japanese Agriculture: Patterns of Rural Development. Richard H. Moore.
      1. WILLIAM KELLY
    66. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Art and Politics of Wana Shamanship. Jane Monnig Atkinson.
      1. MICHAEL PELETZ
    67. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Sepik Heritage: Tradition and Change in Papua New Guinea. Nancy Lutkehaus and Christian Kaufmann et al., eds.
      1. PAULA BROWN
    68. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Social Anthropology and Australian Aboriginal Studies: A Contemporary Overview. R. M. Berndt and R. Tonkinson, eds.
      1. MICHAEL C. HOWARD

Film Reviews

    1. R Dancing to Give Thanks. 1988. 29 minutes, color. The Return of the Sacred Pole. 1990.: To Protect Mother Earth (Broken Treaty II). 1989. A film by Joel L. Freedman.: ...And Woman Wove It in a Basket. ... 1989. A film by Bushra Azzouz, Marlene Farnum, and Nettie Kuneki.
      1. Bea Medicine
    2. R For Our Bread. 1988 (released 1990). 26 minutes, color. Produced by the National Film Board of Canada.: A Safety Net. 1987 (released 1990).
      1. Thomas M. Painter
    3. R Kicking High ... in the Golden Years. 1986. A film by Grania Gurievitch.: Black Mother, Black Daughter. 1989. A film by the National Film Board of Canada.: Older, Stronger, Wiser. 1989. A film by the National Film Board of Canada.
      1. Colleen Johnson
    4. R La Ofrenda: The Days of the Dead. 1989. Produced by Lourdes Portillo and Susana Muñoz
      1. Hugo G. Nutini
    5. R New England Fiddles. 1983. New England Dances. 1990. Two films by John Bishop.
      1. Nicholas Pitzer
    6. R ... Somebody's Mother, Somebody's Wife. ... 1988. A film by Ewa Cieszewska.
      1. Andris Skreija
    7. R Spear and Sword. 1989. A film by James Fox, Timothy Asch, and Patsy Asch.
      1. Alice G. Dewey
    8. R Zarda: A Nomadic Tribe's Feast Days. 1969 (released in U.S. 1990). A film by Sophie Ferchiou.
      1. Laurence Michalak

Museum Exhibit and Photographic Book Reviews

    1. R From Site to Sight: Anthropology, Photography, and the Power of Imagery. Melissa Banta and Curtis M. Hinsley, curators.: From Site to Sight: Anthropology, Photography, and the Power of Imagery. Melissa Banta and Curtis M. Hinsley.
      1. DOLORES ROOT
    2. R A Journey among the Peoples of Central Borneo in Word and Picture. H. F. Tillema (Victor T. King, ed.).
      1. RICHARD ALLEN DRAKE