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Original Article

    1. R Distinguished Lecture in Archeology: Beyond Criticizing New Archeology
      1. George L. Cowgill
    2. R Blessings of the Virgin in Capitalist Society: The Transformation of a Rural Bolivian Fiesta
      1. Libbet Crandon-Malamud
    3. R A Reexamination of Rendille Population Regulation
      1. Eric Abella Roth
    4. R Human Genetics, Paleoenvironments, and Malaria: Relationships and Implications for the Settlement of Oceania
      1. Jeffrey T. Clark
        Kevin M. Kelly
    5. R Shellfish, Gender, and Status on the Northwest Coast: Reconciling Archeological, Ethnographic, and Ethnohistorical Records of the Tlingit
      1. Madonna L. Moss


    1. R Indigenous Knowledge of Biological Resources and Intellectual Property Rights: The Role of Anthropology
      1. Stephen B. Brush
    2. R How Native Is a "Native" Anthropologist?
      1. Kirin Narayan

Research Report

    1. R Pastoral Transhumance in the Southern Balkans as a Social Ideology: Ethnoarcheological Research in Northern Greece
      1. Claudia Chang


    1. R A Japanese Anthropologist's Response to "Contested Pasts and the Practice of Anthropology"
      1. Takami Kuwayama
    2. R How Much Can We Privilege "Native" Accounts?
      1. E. N. Anderson
    3. R Response to Comments by E. N. Anderson and Takami Kuwayama on the Contemporary Issues Forum
      1. Jonathan D. Hill.
    4. R O'Shea on Hodder's Domestication
      1. Guy Gibbon
    5. R On Gibbon on O'Shea on Hodder's Domestication
      1. John M. O'Shea
    6. R Fact and Fiction in Amazonia: The Case of the Apětě
      1. Eugene Parker
    7. R Off the Grid: Response to Blakely and Blakely
      1. Judith Gleason
    8. R Response to Larson
      1. Emily A. Schultz
    9. R Response to Allen
      1. Sherry B. Ortner

Book Review

    1. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Anthropology and Photography, 1860-1920. Elizabeth Edwards
      1. Rosalind Morris
    2. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Anthropology of Breast-Feeding: Natural Law or Social ConstructVanessa Maker
      1. Penny Esterik
    3. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Antropologia e processi di civiltà: La nascita di nuovi valoriAntonio Santangelo
      1. Rocco Caporale
    4. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Cannibal Tours and Glass Boxes: The Anthropology of MuseumsMichael M. Ames
      1. Susan M. Pearce
    5. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Cinematic Griot: The Ethnography of Jean Rouch. Paul Stoller.
      1. Peter Allen
    6. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Colonial Situations: Essays on the Contextualization of Ethnographic Knowledge. George W. Stocking
      1. Joan Vincent
    7. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Dreaming: Anthropological and Psychological Interpretations. Barbara Tedlock
      1. Susan Parman
    8. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Ethnobiological Classification: Principles of Categorization of Plants and Animals in Traditional Societies. Brent Berlin
      1. Brian Morris
    9. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Flocks and Food: A Biocultural Approach to the Study of Pastoral Foodways. Michael J. Casimir
      1. Katherine Homewood
    10. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Folklore, Cultural Performances, and Popular Entertainments: A Communications-Centered Handbook. Richard Bauman
      1. Donal Carbaugh
    11. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Human Motives and Cultural Models. Roy G. D'Andrade and Claudia Strauss
      1. Geoffrey White
    12. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Imaginary Networks of Political Power. Roger Bartra
      1. Michael Kearney
    13. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Magical Arrows: The Maori, the Greeks, and the Folklore of the Universe. Gregory Schremmp
      1. Jonathan Friedman
    14. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Othernesses of Japan: Historical and Cultural Influences on Japanese Studies in Ten Countries. Harumi Befu and Josef Kreiner
      1. William W. Kelly
    15. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Paths to Domination, Resistance, and Terror. Carolyn Nordstrom amd JoAnn Martin
      1. William Kelleher
    16. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Sanctions and Sanctuary: Cultural Perspectives on the Beating of Wives. Dorothy Ayers Counts and Judith K. Brown, Jacquelyn C. Campbell
      1. Catherine Hodge McCoid
    17. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Situated Learning: Legitimate Peripheral Participation. Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger
      1. Edwin Hutchins
    18. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Space, Time and Man: A Prehistorian's View. Grahame Clark
      1. Anthony Aveni
    19. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Spiders and Spinsters: Women and Mythology. Marta Weigle.
      1. Linda Degh
    20. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Technological Perspectives on Behavioral Change. Michael Brian Schiffer.
      1. Bryan Pfaffenberger
    21. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Transition to Modernity: Essays on Power, Wealth, and Belief. John A. Hall and I. C. Jarvie
      1. Richard Fardon
    22. R Archaeology: Archaeology, Annales, and Ethnohistory. A. Bernard Knapp
      1. Elizabeth Jones
    23. R Archaeology: Distributional Archaeology. James I. Ebert.
      1. Robert Bettinger
    24. R Archaeology: Iron-Age Societies: From Tribe to State in Northern Europe, 500 BC to AD 700. Lotte Hedeager (John Himes, trans.)
      1. Janet E. Levy
    25. R Archaeology: Mesoamerican Elites: An Archaeological Assessment. Diane Z. Chase and Arien F. Chase
      1. Michael E. Smith
    26. R Archaeology: The Middle Paleolithic: Adaptation, Behavior, and Variability. Harold L. Dibble and Paul Mellars
      1. James Sackett
    27. R Archaeology: Representations in Archaeology. Jean-Claude Gardin and Christopher S. Peebles
      1. Tim Murray
    28. R Archaeology: War and Society in Ancient Mesoamerica. Ross Hassig
      1. George L. Cowgill
    29. R Archaeology: Wari Imperialism in Middle Horizon Peru. Katharina J. Schreiber.
      1. David J. Wilson
    30. R Archaeology: Yaxchilan: The Design of a Maya Ceremonial City. Carolyn E. Tate.
      1. Clemency Chase Coggins
    31. R Linguistic Anthropology: Etnografia del parlare quotidiano. Alessandro Duranti.
      1. Maurizio Gnerre
    32. R Linguistic Anthropology: Language in Context: Essays for Robert E. Longacre. Shin Ja J. Hwang and William R. Merrifield
      1. Doris Payne
    33. R Linguistic Anthropology: Language Shift and Cultural Reproduction: Socialization, Self, and Syncretism in a Papua New Guinean Village. Don Kulick.
      1. Jane Hill
    34. R Linguistic Anthropology: Linguistic Diversity in Space and Time. Johanna Nichols.
      1. Jan Anward
    35. R Linguistic Anthropology: Researching Language: Issues of Power and Method. Deborah Cameron and Elizabeth Frazer, Penelope Harvey, M. B. H. Rampton, and Kay Richardson.
      1. Sally McConnell-Ginet
    36. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: AIDS and Accusation: Haiti and the Geography of Blame. Paul Farmer.
      1. Nina Glick Schiller
    37. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The Apotheosis of Captain Cook: European Mythmaking in the Pacific. Gananath Obeyesekere.
      1. F. Allan Hanson
    38. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Black Critics and Kings: The Hermeneutics of Power in Yoruba Society. Andrew Apter.
      1. Sandra Barnes
    39. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Contested Frontiers in Amazonia. Marianne Schmink and Charles H. Wood.
      1. Jane Collins
    40. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Ethnocriticism: Ethnography, History, Literature. Arnold Krupat.
      1. George E. Marcus
    41. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: In My Father's House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture. Kwame Anthony Appiah.
      1. Ivan Karp
    42. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Making Ethnic Choices: California's Punjabi Mexican Americans. Karen Isaksen Leonard.
      1. Margarita Melville
    43. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Milk, Honey, and Money: Changing Concepts in Rwandan Healing. Christopher C. Taylor.
      1. Wyatt MacGaffey
    44. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Moluccans in Exile, a Struggle for Ethnic Survival: Socialization, Identity Formation, and Emancipation among an East-Indonesian Minority in the Netherlands. Dieter Bartels.
      1. Timo Kaartinen
    45. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Of People and Plants: A Botanical Ethnography of Nokopo Village, Madang and Morobe Provinces, Papua New Guinea. Christin Kocher Schmid.
      1. Paul Michael Taylor
    46. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Provincial Power in the Inka Empire. Terence N. D'Altroy.
      1. Mary Buren
    47. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Stains on My Name, War in My Veins: Guyana and the Politics of Cultural Struggle. Brackette F. Williams.
      1. Richard Price
    48. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Sweet Mother: Modern African Music. Wolfgang Bender (Wolfgang Freis, trans.)
      1. Christopher Waterman
    49. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: Tears of the Dead: The Social Biography of an African Family. Richard Werbner.
      1. Kate Crehan
    50. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: A Thrice-Told Tale: Feminism, Postmodernism, and Ethnographic Responsibility. Margery Wolf.
      1. Rayna Rapp
    51. R Social/Cultural Anthropology: The World of the Swahili: An African Mercantile Civilization. John Middleton.
      1. Thomas H. Wilson
    52. R Biological Anthropology: The Adapted Mind: Evolutionary Psychology and the Generation of Culture. Jerome H. Barkow, Leda Cosmides, and John Tooby
      1. Lee Blonder
    53. R Biological Anthropology: Disease and Demography in the Americas. John W. Verano and Douglas H. Ubelaker
      1. Leslie E. Eisenberg
    54. R Biological Anthropology: Faces in the Forest: The Endangered Muriqui Monkeys of Brazil. Karen B. Strier.
      1. Warren Kinzey
    55. R Applied Anthropology: Americans Abroad: A Comparative Study of Emigrants from the United States. Arnold Dashefsky, Jan DeAmicis, Bernard Lazerwitz and Ephraim Tabory
      1. Paula Garb
    56. R Applied Anthropology: Anthropological Research: Process and Application. John J. Poggie, Jr., Billie R De Walt, and William W. Dressler
      1. E. Paul Durrenberger
    57. R Applied Anthropology: Decolonizing Anthropology: Moving Further toward an Anthropology for liberation. Faye V. Harrison
      1. Raymond T. Smith
    58. R Applied Anthropology: Radical Ecology: The Search for a Livable World. Carolyn Merchant
      1. William T. Vickers
    59. R Applied Anthropology: Sustainable Practices for Plant Disease Management in Traditional Farming Systems. H. David Thurston.
      1. Timothy J. Finan
    60. R Applied Anthropology: The World Food Problem: Tackling the Causes of Undernutrition in the Third World. Phillips Foster.
      1. Anne K. Fleuret

Film Review

    1. R Do You Take This Man? Pakistani Arranged Marriages. 1989. 22 minutes, color. Elise Fried.
      1. Najma Rizvi
    2. R El Moulid: Egyptian Religious Festival. 1990. 38 minutes, color. A film by Fadwa El Guindi.
      1. Jon Anderson
    3. R Gathering Up Again: fiesta in Santa Fe. 1992. 47 minutes, color. A film by Jeanette DeBouzek and Diane Reyna.: Island of Saints and Souls. 1991. 29 minutes, color. A film by Neil Alexander.: Saturday Market: A New American Town Square. 1991. 30 minutes, color. A film by Bill Goldsmith.
      1. Alexander Moore
    4. R Ghost Dance. 1990. 8.5 minutes, color. A film by Niccolo Caldararo.: The Pueblo Peoples: First Contact. 1990. 26 minutes, color. A film by George Burdeau.: The Spirit Within. 1991. 51 minutes, color. A film by Gil Cardinal and Wil Campbell.: Wiping the Tears of Seven Generations. 1991. 57 minutes, color. A film by Gary Rhine and Fidel Moreno.
      1. Patricia Albers

Museum Exhibit and Photographic Book Review

    1. R Songs of My People. Project of New African Visions, Inc. organized by the Corcoran Gallery: Songs of My People. A catalogue of die exhibition. Eric Easter, D. Michael Cheers and Dudley M. Brooks
      1. Helán E. Page
    2. R Issei Pioneers: Hawaii and the Mainland, 1885-1924. Akemi Kikumura, curator; Gene Takeshita: Issei Pioneers: Hawaii and die Mainland: 1885 to 1924. Akemi Kikumura.
      1. Lisa Yoneyama