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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Distinguished Lecture in General Anthropology: The Anthropology of Trouble
      1. Roy A. Rappaport
    2. R Expansionary Dynamics of Some Early Pristine States
      1. Guillermo Algaze
    3. R Kanengamah and Pohnpei's Politics of Concealment
      1. Glenn Petersen
    4. R Secrecy, Ambiguity, and the Everyday in Kabre Culture
      1. Charles D. Piot
    5. R In Defense of a Folk Model: The "Skipper Effect" in the Icelandic Cod Fishery
      1. Thoroddur Bjarnason
        Thorolfur Thorlindsson
    6. R Marriage, Social Inequality, and Women's Contact with Their Natal Families in Alliance Societies: Two Tamang Examples
      1. Tom Fricke
        William G. Axinn
        Arland Thornton

Research Report

    1. R Subsistence Ecology in the Mediterranean Forest: Implications for the Origins of Cultivation in the Epipaleolithic Southern Levant
      1. Deborah I. Olszewski
    2. R The Effect of Polygyny on Sex Ratio at Birth
      1. John W. M. Whiting

Commentaries

    1. R Reply to Tooker
      1. Adam Kuper
    2. R Reply to Kuper's Commentary
      1. Elisabeth Tooker

Book Review

    1. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: Developing Tibet? A Survey of International Development Projects. Ann Forbes and Carole McGranahan
      1. James F. Fisher
    2. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: Disputing the Dead: U.S. Law on Aboriginal Remains and Grave Goods. H. Marcus Prim
      1. Phillip L. Walker
    3. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: Mining, Politics, and Development in the South Pacific. Michael C. Howard
      1. Robert L. Welsch
    4. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: The Political Economy of African Famine. R. E. Downs, Donna O. Kerner, and Stephen P. Reyna
      1. Michael M. Horowitz
    5. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: The Time of AIDS: Social Analysis, Theory, and Method. Gilbert Herdt and Shirley Lindenbaum
      1. Robert G. Carlson
    6. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Best Laid Schemes: The Psychology of Emotions. Keith Oatley
      1. Peter G. Stromberg
    7. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A Conciliation of Powers: The Force of Religion in Society. Göran Aijmer
      1. Robert W. Hefner
    8. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Cooperation and Prosocial Behaviour. Robert A. Hinde and Jo Groebel
      1. Christopher Boehm
    9. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Crossing Cultures: Essays in the Displacement of Western Civilization. Daniel Segal
      1. Patricia Seed
    10. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Cry Lonesome and Other Accounts of the Anthropologist's Project. Miles Richardson
      1. William Rodman
    11. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A Cultural History of Gesture. Jan Bremmer and Herman Roodenberg
      1. Adam Kendon
    12. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Empty Meeting Grounds: The Tourist Papers. Dean MacCannell.
      1. Edward M. Bruner
    13. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Father-Child Relations: Cultural and Biosocial Contexts. Barry S. Hewlett
      1. Judith K. Brown
    14. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Gender Constructs and Social Issues. Tony L. Whitehead and Barbara V. Reid
      1. Carolyn Martin Shaw
    15. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Golden Ages, Dark Ages: Imagining the Past in Anthropology and History. Jay O'Brien and William Roseberry
      1. David William Cohen
    16. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Les praticiens du rêve: Un exemple de chamanisme. Michel Perrin
      1. Sylvie Poirier
    17. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Microsociology: Discourse, Emotion, and Social Structure. Thomas J. Scheff
      1. Nigel Rapport
    18. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Middletown: The Making of a Documentary Film Series. Dwight W. Hoover
      1. David W. Plath
    19. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Mobility and Territoriality: Social and Spatial Boundaries among Foragers, Fishers, Pastoralists and Peripatetics. Michael J. Casimir and Aparna Rao
      1. J. Terrence Mccabe
    20. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Nomads in a Changing World. Carl Salzman and John G. Galaty
      1. David Turton
    21. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Refugee Communities: A Comparative Field Study. Steven J. Gold
      1. Pamela A. DeVoe
    22. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Savage Within: The Social History of British Anthropology, 1885–1945. Henrika Kuklick
      1. James Urry
    23. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Social Cohesion and Alienation: Minorities in the United States and Japan. George A. De Vos
      1. Yoshinobu Ota
    24. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Social Memory. James Fentress and Chris Wickham
      1. Ulf Hannerz
    25. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: War in the Tribal Zone: Expanding States and Indigenous Warfare. R. Brian Ferguson and Neil L. Whitehead
      1. Bruce Lincoln
    26. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Western Conceptions of the Individual. Brian Morris
      1. Alan MacFarlane
    27. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Workers' Expressions: Beyond Accommodation and Resistance. John Calagione, Doris Francis, and Daniel Nugent
      1. James Toth
    28. R ARCHEOLOGY: Approaches to Material Culture Research for Historical Archaeologists. George L. Miller, Ollive R. Jones, Lester A. Ross, and Teresita Majewski
      1. Parker B. Potter
    29. R ARCHEOLOGY: Archaeology and Ethnohistory of the Omaha Indians: The Big Village Site. John M. O'Shea and John Ludwickson
      1. W. Raymond Wood
    30. R ARCHEOLOGY: The Archaeology of Gender: Proceedings of the Twenty-Second Annual Chacmool Conference. Dale Walde and Noreen D. Willows
      1. Rita P. Wright
    31. R ARCHEOLOGY: The First Americans: Search and Research. Tom D. Dillehay and David J. Meltzer
      1. Ruth Gruhn
    32. R ARCHEOLOGY: Gender in Historical Archaeology. Donna J. Seifert
      1. Roberta Gilchrist
    33. R ARCHEOLOGY: Households and Communities: Proceedings of the Twenty-First Annual Chacmool Conference. Scott MacEachern, David J. W. Archer, and Richard D. Garvin
      1. Glenn Davis Stone
    34. R ARCHEOLOGY: Iberia before the Iberians: The Stone Age Prehistory of Cantabrian Spain. Lawrence Guy Straus
      1. Katina T. Lillios
    35. R ARCHEOLOGY: Industry and Technology in Antebellum Tennessee: The Archaeology of Bluff Furnace. R. Bruce Council, Nicholas Honerkamp, and M. Elizabeth Will
      1. Lawrence E. Babits
    36. R ARCHEOLOGY: New Theories on the Ancient Maya. Elin C. Danien and Robert J. Sharer
      1. T. Patrick Culbert
    37. R ARCHEOLOGY: Recovering the Tracks: The Story of Australian Archaeology. David Horton
      1. J. M. Beaton
    38. R ARCHEOLOGY: Transitions to Agriculture in Prehistory. Anne Birgitte Gebauer and T. Douglas Price
      1. Gayle J. Fritz
    39. R ARCHEOLOGY: Uncommon Ground: Archaeology and Early African America, 1650–1800. Leland Ferguson
      1. Charles E. Orser
    40. R ARCHEOLOGY: Understanding Maya Inscriptions: A Hieroglyph Handbook. John F. Harris and Stephen K. Stearns
      1. Stephen Houston
    41. R ARCHEOLOGY: What Mean These Bones? Studies in Southeastern Bioarchaeology. Mary Lucas Powell, PatriciaS. Bridges, and Ann Marie Wagner Mires
      1. Glen H. Doran
    42. R LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: Ambiguous Harmony: Family Talk in America. Hervé Varenne with Clifford Hall and Paul Byers
      1. Sam Vuchinich
    43. R LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: Language Repertoires and State Construction in Africa. David D. Laitin
      1. Judith T. Irvine
    44. R LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: On the Translation of Native American Literatures. Brian Swann
      1. Paul V. Kroskrity
    45. R LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: Voices of the Past: The Status of Language in Eighteenth-Century Japanese Discourse. Naoki Sakai
      1. Janet S. Smith
    46. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: After Nature: English Kinship in the Late Twentieth Century. Marilyn Strathern
      1. Janet Dolgin
    47. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Ayahuasca Visions: The Religious Iconography of a Peruvian Shaman. Luis Eduardo Luna and Pablo Amaringo.
      1. Norman E. Whitten
    48. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Bushman Myth: The Making of a Namibian Underclass. Robert. J. Gordon
      1. Pauline E. Peters
    49. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Citrus, Strategy, and Class: The Politics of Development in Southern Belize. Mark Moberg
      1. Anthony Maingot
    50. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Confronting the Margaret Mead Legacy: Scholarship, Empire, and the South Pacific. Lenora Foerstel and Angela Gilliam
      1. Nancy McDowell
    51. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Corn Is Our Blood: Culture and Ethnic Identity in a Contemporary Aztec Indian Village. Alan R. Sandstrom
      1. John R. Sosa
    52. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Death without Weeping: The Violence of Everyday Life in Brazil. Nancy Scheper-Hughes
      1. Maxine L. Margolis
    53. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Elders Living Alone: Frailty and the Perception of Choice. Robert L. Rubinstein, Janet C. Kilbride, and Sharon Nagy
      1. Andera Sankar
    54. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Exchange in Oceania: A Graph Theoretic Analysis. Per Hage and Frank Harary
      1. Douglas R. White
    55. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: From Marcos to Aquino: Local Perspectives on Political Transition in the Philippines. Benedict J. Kerkvliet and Resil B. Mojares,
      1. Mario D. Zamora
    56. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Gender and Tribe: Women, Land and Forests in Jharkhand. Govind Kelkar and Dev Nathan
      1. Mary Hancock
    57. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Indians of the Southeastern United States in the Late 20th Century. J. Anthony Paredes
      1. Raymond D. Fogelson
    58. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Japanese Social Organization. Takie Sugiyama Lebra
      1. James Stanlaw
    59. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Lives in Trust: The Fortunes of Dynastic Families in Late Twentieth-Century America. George E. Marcus with Peter Dobkin Hall.: Inventing the Nonprofit Sector: And Other Essays on Philanthropy, Voluntarism, and Nonprofit Organizations. Peter Dobkin Hall.
      1. Dan Rose
    60. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Mukkuvar Women: Gender, Hegemony and Capitalist Transformation in a South Indian Fishing Community. Kalpana Ram.
      1. Pauline Kolenda
    61. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Navajoland: Family Settlement and Land Use. Klara B. Kelley and Peter M. Whiteley.
      1. Terry R. Reynolds
    62. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Partial Justice: Federal Indian Law in a Liberal Constitutional System. Petra T. Shattuck and Jill Norgren.
      1. Sharon O'Brien
    63. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Poder y violencia en los Andes. Henrique Urbano
      1. Joanne Rappaport
    64. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Seed and the Soil: Gender and Cosmology in Turkish Village Society. Carol Delaney.
      1. Nukhet Sirman
    65. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Social Inequality in Oaxaca: A History of Resistance and Change. Arthur D. Murphy and Alex Stepick.
      1. William Roseberry
    66. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Time and the Highland Maya. Barbara Tedlock.
      1. Paul Sullivan
    67. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Tlingit Indians. George Thornton Emmons (Frederica de Laguna
      1. Catharine Mcclellan
    68. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Aggression and Peacefulness in Humans and Other Primates. James Silverbergand J. Patrick Gray
      1. Margaret Power
    69. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Foraging Strategies and Natural Diet of Monkeys, Apes and Humans. A. Whiten and E. M. Widdowson
      1. Marcus Young-Owl
    70. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Paternity in Primates: Genetic Tests and Theories. Implications of Human DNA Fingerprinting. R. D. Martin, A. F. Dixson, and E. J. Wickings
      1. Don J. Melnick

Film Review

    1. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Albanians of Rrogam. 1991. 52 minutes, color. A film by David Wason
      1. Ali Eminov
    2. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Jareena: Portrait of a Hijda. 1990. A film by Prem Kalliat.: Eunuchs-India's Third Gender
      1. Pauline Kolenda
    3. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Los talleres sevillanos de bordado en oro (The Craft of Gold Embroidery in Seville). 1992. A video by Esther Fernandez. dePaz.
      1. Emilie Brigard
    4. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Uneasy Neighbors. 1991. 35 minutes, color. A film by Paul Espinosa
      1. James Diego Vigil
    5. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: A World of Gestures. 1991.28 minutes, color. A film by Dane Archer.
      1. Adam Kendon

Museum Exhibit and Photographic Book Review

    1. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Entering the Circle: Native Traditions in Southeastern New England. Ann McMullen
      1. Jack Campisi
    2. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: We Claim These Shores: Native Americans and the European Settlement of Massachusetts Bay. Jeffrey Brain and John R. Grimes
      1. Russell G. Handsman
    3. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Carter's Grove: The Winthrop Rockefeller Archaeology Museum, Wolstenholme Towne, the Slave Quarter, and the Mansion
      1. Theresa A. Singleton
    4. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Teenage Tokyo: Youth and Popular Culture in Japan. A multimedia exhibit at the Children's Museum, Boston, MA. Leslie Bedford
      1. William W. Kelly
    5. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Circle of Life: Rituals from the Human Family Album. David Cohen
      1. Alexander Moore
    6. R A Time of Gathering: Native Heritage in Washington State. Robin K. Wright
      1. Nancy Oestreich Lurie

Erratum

    1. R Erratum