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    1. R Distinguished Lecture in Archeology: Breaking and Entering the Ecosystem—Gender, Class, and Faction Steal the Show
      1. Elizabeth M. Brumfiel
    2. R Language and Culture on the North Coast of New Guinea
      1. Robert L. Welsch
        John Terrell
        John A. Nadolski
    3. R Mobile Agriculturalists and the Emergence of Sedentism: Perspectives from Northern Mexico
      1. Robert J. Hard
        William L. Merrill
    4. R "Respect for the Rights of Others Is Peace": Learning Aggression versus Nonaggression among the Zapotec
      1. Douglas P. Fry
    5. R Empowering Place: Multilocality and Multivocality
      1. Margaret C. Rodman
    6. R Language and Bodies in Social Space: Samoan Ceremonial Greetings
      1. Alessandro Duranti


    1. R Events and Nonevents
      1. Robert B. Lane
    2. R The Fictional, the Factual, and the True
      1. William Rodman
    3. R On "First Contact" and Mythical Aborigines
      1. John W. Burton
    4. R On the Necessity of Distinguishing Aboriginal from Postcontact Culture in the Americas
      1. Daniel T. Reff
    5. R Blackwater Rivers, Adaptation, and Environmental Heterogeneity in Amazonia
      1. Oliver T. Coomes
    6. R Response to Coomes
      1. Emilio F. Moran
    7. R We Are Not Amused
      1. Diane Gifford-Gonzalez
    8. R Voices from Gaza and Children of Fire: An Amendment to the Original Review
      1. Barbara Aswad

Book Review

    1. R Linguistic Anthropology: Conducting Interaction: Patterns of Behavior in Focused Encounters. Adam Kendon.
      1. Christian Heath
    2. R Linguistic Anthropology: Contexts of Competence: Social and Cultural Considerations in Communicative Language Teaching. Margie Berns.
      1. Jürgen Streeck
    3. R Linguistic Anthropology: From Etymology to Pragmatics: Metaphorical and Cultural Aspects of Semantic Structure. Eve Sweetser.
      1. Deborah Schiffrin
    4. R Linguistic Anthropology: Meanings and Prototypes: Studies in Linguistic Categorization. S. L. Tsohatzidis, ed.
      1. Sally Rice
    5. R Linguistic Anthropology: Pronouns and People: The Linguistic Construction of Social and Personal Identity. Peter Mühlhäusler and Rom Harré.
      1. Michael Silverstein
    6. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Texas Cherokees: A People between Two Fires, 1819–1840. Dianna Everett.
      1. Albert L. Wahrhaftig
    7. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Uncertain Terms: Negotiating Gender in American Culture. Faye Ginsburg and Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, eds.
      1. Frances E. Mascia-Lees
    8. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Creative Ethnicity: Symbols and Strategies of Contemporary Ethnic Life. Stephen Stern and John Allan Cicala, eds.
      1. E. L. Cerroni-Long
    9. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The American Cultural Dialogue and Its Transmission. George Spindler and Louise Spinaler (with Henry Trueba and Melvin D. Williams)
      1. John Caughey
    10. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Ethnicity and Class Conflict in Rural Mexico. Frans J. Schryer.
      1. Henry A. Selby
    11. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Class, Politics, and Popular Religion in Mexico and Central America. Lynn Stephen and James Dow, eds.
      1. John M. Watanabe
    12. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Hierarchy and Trust in Modern Mexico and Brazil. Luis Roniger.
      1. Sidney M. Greenfield
    13. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Singing with Sai Baba: The Politics of Revitalization in Trinidad. Morton Klass.
      1. Percy C. Hintzen
    14. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Two Evenings in Saramaka. Richard Price
      1. José Jorge de Carvalho
    15. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Truth Be in the Field: Social Science Research in Southern Africa. Pierre Hugo, ed.
      1. Adam Ashforth
    16. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Debating Muslims: Cultural Dialogues in Postmodernity and Tradition. Michael M. J. Fischer and Mehdi Abedi.
      1. Steven C. Caton
    17. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Savage in Judaism: An Anthropology of Israelite Religion and Ancient Judaism. Howard Eilberg-Schwartz.
      1. Gillian Feeley-Harnik
    18. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Bloodtaking and Peacemaking: Feud, Law, and Society in Saga Iceland. William Ian Miller.
      1. Gísli Pálsson
    19. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Nature and Policy in Iceland, 1400–1800: An Anthropological Analysis of History and Mentality. Kirsten Hastrup.
      1. E. Paul Durrenberger
    20. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Shaping Modern Times in Rural France: The Transformation and Reproduction of an Aveyronnais Community. Susan Carol Rogers.
      1. Regina Bendix
    21. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Social Courts in Theory and Practice: Yugoslav Workers' Courts in Comparative Perspective. Robert M. Hayden.
      1. Sally Engle Merry
    22. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: La chasse à l'âme: Esquisse d'une théorie du chamanisme Sibérien. Roberte Hamayon.
      1. Robert Austerlitz
    23. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Pakistan: The Social Sciences' Perspective. Akbar S. Ahmed, ed.
      1. Pamela A. Hunte
    24. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Marriage and Inequality in Chinese Society. Rubie S. Watson and Patricia Buckley Ebrey, eds.
      1. Norma Diamond
    25. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Japan's "International Youth": The Emergence of a New Class of Schoolchildren. Roger Goodman.
      1. Mark Lincicome
    26. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Affinities and Extremes: Crisscrossing the Bittersweet Ethnology of East Indies History, Hindu-Balinese Culture, and Indo-European Allure. James A. Boon.
      1. Aram A. Yengoyan
    27. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Intimate Communications: Erotics and the Study of Culture. Gilbert Herdt and Robert J. Stoller.
      1. Harold W. Scheffler
    28. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: On the Bones of the Serpent: Person, Memory, and Mortality in Sabarl Island Society. Debbora Battaglia.
      1. Maria Lepowsky
    29. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Art and Identity in Oceania. Allan Hanson and Louise Hanson, eds.
      1. Karen Nero
    30. R Biological Anthropology: The Emergence of Modern Humans: An Archaeological Perspective. Paul Mellars, ed.
      1. Michael J. Mehlman
    31. R Biological Anthropology: Human Paleopathology: Current Syntheses and Future Options. Donald J. Ortner and Arthur C. Aufderheide, eds.
      1. William M. Bass
    32. R Biological Anthropology: Primate Politics. Glendon Schubert and Roger D. Masters, eds.
      1. Marina Cords
    33. R Applied Anthropology: Crisis in the World's Fisheries: People, Problems, and Policies. James R. McGoodwin.
      1. Charles R. Menzies
    34. R Applied Anthropology: The Despairing Developer: Diary of an Aid Worker in the Middle East. Timothy Morris.
      1. Thomas B. Stevenson
    35. R Applied Anthropology: Medical Anthropology: A Handbook of Theory and Method. Thomas M. Johnson and Carolyn F. Sargent, eds.
      1. Kaja Finkler
    36. R Applied Anthropology: Plural Medical Systems in the Horn of Africa: The Legacy of "Sheikh" Hippocrates. Leendert Jan Slikkerveer.
      1. Ira E. Harrison
    37. R Applied Anthropology: Social Theory for Action: How Individuals and Organizations Learn to Change. William Foote Whyte.
      1. Erve Chambers
    38. R Applied Anthropology: Work and Control in a Peasant Economy: A History of the Lower Tchiri Valley in Malawi, 1859–1960. Elias C. Mandala.
      1. William Roseberry
    39. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Beyond Goffman: Studies in Communication, Institution, and Social Interaction. Stephen Harold Riggins, ed.
      1. Paul Drew
    40. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Culture and the Anthropological Tradition: Essays in Honor of Robert F. Spencer. Robert H. Winthrop, ed.
      1. Barbara Bodenhorn
    41. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Ethnomusicology and Modern Music History. Stephen Blum, Philip V. Bohlman, and Daniel M. Neuman, eds.
      1. Kay Kaufman Shelemay
    42. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Fieldnotes: The Makings of Anthropology. Roger Sanjek, ed.: Experiencing Fieldwork: An Inside View of Qualitative Research. William B. Shaffir and Robert A. Stebbins, eds.
      1. Paul Shankman
    43. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Human Universals. Donald E. Brown.
      1. Christopher Boehm
    44. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Korennoe Naselenie Severnoi Ameriki v Sovremennom Mire. (Native Populations of North America in the Modern World.)V. A. Tishkov, ed.: Tropoiu Slez i Nadezhd: Kniga o Sovre-mennykh Indeitsakh SShA i Kanady. (On the Trail of Tears and Hope: A Book about the Modern Indians of the USA and Canada.)V. G. Stel'makh, V. A. Tishkov, and C. V. Cheshko.
      1. Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer
    45. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Love of Art: European Art Museums and Their Public. Pierre Bourdieu and Alain Darbel with Dominique Schnapper (Caroline Beattie and Nick Merriman, trans.)
      1. Sally Price
    46. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Shadow of Childhood: Neoteny and the Biology of Religion. Weston La Barre
      1. Barbara W. Lex
    47. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Thinking through Cultures: Expeditions in Cultural Psychology. Richard A. Shweder.
      1. Dorothy Holland
    48. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Third World Women and the Politics of Feminism. Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Ann Russo, and Lourdes Torres, eds.
      1. Helen M. Icken Safa
    49. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: Uniquely Human: The Evolution of Speech, Thought, and Selfless Behavior. Philip Lieberman.
      1. Ralph Holloway
    50. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The Work of Culture: Symbolic Transformation in Psychoanalysis and Anthropology. Gananath Obeyesekere.
      1. M. B. Carrithers
    51. R General/Theoretical Anthropology: The World of Pastoralism: Herding Systems in Comparative Perspective. John G. Galaty and Douglas L. Johnson, eds.
      1. Peter Rigby
    52. R Archeology: Columbian Consequences, Volume 3: The Spanish Borderlands in Pan-American Perspective. David Hurst Thomas, ed.
      1. Thomas E. Sheridan
    53. R Archeology: The Domestication of Europe: Structure and Contingency in Neolithic Societies. Ian Hodder.
      1. John O'Shea
    54. R Archeology: Excavations at Seibal: Department of Peten, Guatemala. John A. Graham, Gair Tourtellot III, Mary DeLand Pohl, and Gordon R. Willey.
      1. Patricia McAnany
    55. R Archeology: Exploring the Hohokam: Prehistoric Desert Peoples of the American Southwest. George J. Gumerman, ed.
      1. David R. Wilcox
    56. R Archeology: From Spaniard to Creole: The Archaeology of Cultural Formation at Puerto Real, Haiti. Charles R. Ewen.
      1. Samuel M. Wilson
    57. R Archeology: Huari Administrative Structure: Prehistoric Monumental Architecture and State Government. William H. Isbell and Gordon F. McEwan, eds.
      1. Mary Buren
    58. R Archeology: Moundville's Economy. Paul D. Welch.
      1. David Hally
    59. R Archeology: Post-Medieval Archaeology in Britain. David Crossley.
      1. Teresita Majewski
    60. R Archeology: Preservation on the Reservation: Native Americans, Native American Lands and Archaeology. Anthony L. Klesert and Alan S. Downer, eds.
      1. T. J. Ferguson
    61. R Archeology: Recent Advances in Micronesian Archaeology: Selected Papers from the Micronesian Archaeology Conference, September 9–12, 1987. Rosalind L. Hunter-Anderson, ed.
      1. Ward H. Goodenough
    62. R Archeology: Sedentarization and Nomadization: Food System Cycles at Hesban and Vicinity in Transjordan. Øystein Sakala LaBianca.
      1. Steven E. Falconer

Film Reviews

    1. R AIDS in the Barrio: Eso no me pasa a mi. 1989. A film by Peter Biella: Absolutely Positive. 1990. A video by Peter Adair.: AIDS Babies. 1990. A video directed by Monique Oomen.: AIDS in Africa. 1990. A video by the National Film Board of Canada.
      1. Ralph Bolton
    2. R Half Life: A Parable for the Nuclear Age. 1986. A film by Dennis O'Rourke.
      1. Barbara R. Johnston
    3. R The Mende of Kpuawala Village. 1990. Produced by Bruce MacDonald
      1. Jacques Maquet
    4. R The Shrine. 1990. A film by Bob Paris and Christiane Badgley.
      1. Sylvia Rodriguez
    5. R Vessels of the Spirit. 1990. A video by Nic David.: The Potters of Buur Heybe, Somalia. 1990. A video by Tara Belklin.: Maria: Indian Pottery of San Ildefonso. 1984. A film by the National Park Service: The Working Process of the Korean Folk Potter. 1977. 28 minutes, color. The Working Process of the Potters of India: Bijdapur—A Colony of 700 Potters. 1982. 30 minutes, color. The Working Process of the Potters of India: Massive Terra-Cotta Horse Construction. 1982. 19 minutes, color. Three films by Ron du Bois.
      1. Richard A. Krause
    6. R Watunna. 1989. A film by Stacey Steers.
      1. Jean-Paul Dumont

Museum Exhibit and Photographic Book Reviews

    1. R Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch. Aldona Jonaitis: Chiefly Feasts: The Enduring Kwakiutl Potlatch. Aldona Jonaitis, ed.
      1. James McDonald
    2. R Exhibiting Cultures: The Poetics and Politics of Museum Display. Ivan Karp and Steven D. Lavine, eds.
      1. Miriam Kahn
    3. R Objects of Myth and Memory: American Indian Art at the Brooklyn Museum. Diana Fane: Objects of Myth and Memory: American Indian Art at the Brooklyn Museum. A catalog of the exhibition by Diana Fane, Ira Jacknis, and List M. Breen.
      1. Dolores Root


    1. R Erratum