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    1. R Distinguished Lecture: Coming into Focus
      1. J. Desmond Clark
    2. R Land Use in an Urban Hinterland: Ethnography and Remote Sensing in the Study of African Intensification
      1. Jane I. Guyer
        Eric F. Lambin
    3. R Demand Sharing: Reciprocity and the Pressure for Generosity among Foragers
      1. Nicolas Peterson
    4. R "Critical Ethnocentrism" and the Ethnology of Ernesto De Martino
      1. George R. Saunders
    5. R Transgressions and Transformations: Initiation Rites among Urban Portuguese Boys
      1. Julio Alves
    6. R Personal Sentiments and Polyphonic Voices in Warao Women's Ritual Wailing: Music and Poetics in a Critical and Collective Discourse
      1. Charles L. Briggs
    7. R Infant Killing in Primates: A Review of Observed Cases with Specific Reference to the Sexual Selection Hypothesis
      1. Thad Q. Bartlett
        Robert W. Sussman
        James M. Cheverud

Review Article

    1. R Anthropology Is Dead! Long Live Anthropology!
      1. Richard Handler
    2. R Tokenism
      1. Piotr Michalowski


    1. R The West in the Future: Cultural Hegemony and the Politics of Identity
      1. Edward F. Fischer
    2. R Reply to Fischer
      1. Jonathan Friedman
    3. R Making Ends Meet with Scattered Fields
      1. Jeffery W. Bentley
        Robert McC. Netting
    4. R Mobility, Land Fragmentation, and Economic Rationality
      1. Robert J. Hard
        William L. Merrill
    5. R On Chazan's Review of Perspectives on the Past
      1. G. A. Clark
    6. R Reply to Victor Montejo
      1. James D. Sexton
    7. R Innovative and Unorthodox Use—Not Misuse and Abuse—of Scientific Writings
      1. Margaret Power

Book Review

    1. R ARCHEOLOGY: Alfred Vincent Kidder and the Development of Americanist Archaeology. Douglas R. Ovens.
      1. George Gumerman
    2. R ARCHEOLOGY: The Archaeology of Ancient Israel. Amnon Ben-Tor, ed
      1. Thomas E. Levy
    3. R ARCHEOLOGY: The Buried Past: An Archaeological History of Philadelphia. John L. Cotter, Daniel G. Roberts, and Michael Parrington.
      1. Wade P. Catts
    4. R ARCHEOLOGY: Calumet and Fleur-de-Lys: Archaeology of Indian and French Contact in die Midcontinent. John A. Walthall and Thomas E. Emerson, eds
      1. David S. Brose
    5. R ARCHEOLOGY: Ceramic Production and Distribution: An Integrated Approach. George J. Bey IIIand Christopher A. Pool, eds
      1. Barbara J. Mills
    6. R ARCHEOLOGY: Death, Society, and Ideology in a Hohokam Community. Randall H. McGuire.
      1. David E. Doyel
    7. R ARCHEOLOGY: Exploring Gender through Archaeology: Selected Papers from the 1991 Boone Conference. Cheryl Claassen, ed
      1. Mary Whelan
    8. R ARCHEOLOGY: Gardens of Prehistory: The Archaeology of Settlement Agriculture in Greater Mesoamerica. Thomas W. Killion, ed
      1. Anabel Ford
    9. R ARCHEOLOGY: Ideology and Pre-Columbian Civilizations. Arthur A. Demurest and Geoffrey W. Conrad, eds
      1. Charles Spencer
    10. R ARCHEOLOGY: Koobi Fora Research Project, Volume 4: Hominid Cranial Remains. Bernard Wood.
      1. Yves Coppens
    11. R ARCHEOLOGY: A Marxist Archaeology. Randall H. McGuire.
      1. John C. Barrett
    12. R ARCHEOLOGY: The Origins of Agriculture: An International Perspective. C. Wesley Cowan and Patty Jo Watson with Nancy L. Benco, eds
      1. Suzanne K. Fish
    13. R ARCHEOLOGY: The People Who Discovered Columbus: The Prehistory of the Bahamas. William F. Keegan.
      1. Mary Jane Berman
    14. R ARCHEOLOGY: Pottery Function: A Use-Alteration Perspective. James M. Skibo.
      1. Dorothy Hosler
    15. R ARCHEOLOGY: The Poverty Point Culture: Local Manifestations, Subsistence Practices, and Trade Networks. Kathleen M. Byrd, ed. Geoscience and Man, Vol. 29
      1. J. B. Stoltman
    16. R ARCHEOLOGY: La préhistoire dans le monde. José Garanger, ed
      1. Harvey M. Bricker
    17. R ARCHEOLOGY: The Roots of Civilization: The Cognitive Beginnings of Man's First Art, Symbol and Notation. Alexander Marshack.
      1. Iain Davidson
    18. R ARCHEOLOGY: Space, Time, and Archaeological Landscapes. Jacqueline Rossignol and LuAnn Wandsnider, eds
      1. David B. Madsen
    19. R ARCHEOLOGY: Wealth and Hierarchy in the Intermediate Area: A Symposium at Dumbarton Oaks, October 10–11,1987. Frederick W. Lange, ed
      1. Olga F. Linares
    20. R LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: Cooperating with Written Texts: The Pragmatics and Comprehension of Written Texts. Dieter Stein, ed
      1. Charles Bazerman
    21. R LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY: Language in Its Cultural Embedding: Explorations in the Relativity of Signs and Sign Systems. Harald Haarmann.
      1. Greg Urban
    22. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Approaching the Past: Historical Anthropology through Irish Case Studies. Marilyn Silverman and P. H. Gulliver, eds
      1. A. Jamie Saris
    23. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Balinese People: A Reinvestigation of Character. Gordon D. Jensen and Luh Ketut Suryani.
      1. Unni Wikan
    24. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Body, Movement, and Culture: Kinesthetic and Visual Symbolism in a Philippine Community. Sally Ann Ness.
      1. Cynthia J. Novack
    25. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Codex Mendoza, Volumes 1–4. Frances F. Berdan and Patricia Rieff Anawalt.
      1. Susan D. Gillespie
    26. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Cultural Change and the New Europe: Perspectives on the European Community. Thomas M. Wilson and M. Estellie Smith, eds
      1. Donald Carter
    27. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Custom and Confrontation: The Kwaio Struggle for Cultural Autonomy. Roger M. Keesing.
      1. Robert Tonkinson
    28. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Disease and Death in Early Colonial Mexico: Simulating Amerindian Depopulation. Thomas M. Whitmore.
      1. Russell Thornton
    29. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Dollar, Dove and Eagle: One Hundred Years of Palestinian Migration to Honduras. Nancie L. González.
      1. Barbara C. Aswad
    30. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Dynamics of Medieval Iceland: Political Economy and Literature. E. Paul Durrenberger.
      1. Gudmundur Hαfdanarson
    31. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Narrating Our Pasts: The Social Construction of Oral History. Elizabeth Tonkin.
      1. Andrew Joseph Shryock
    32. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Prehistoric Exploration and Colonisation of the Pacific. Geoffrey Irwin.
      1. Roger C. Green
    33. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Structuring Diversity: Ethnographic Perspectives on the New Immigration. Louise Lamphere, ed
      1. Nancy Foner
    34. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Surreptitious Speech: Présence Africaine and the Politics of Otherness, 1947–1987. V. Y. Mudimbe, ed
      1. Ivan Karp
    35. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Tasaday Controversy: Assessing the Evidence. Thomas N. Headland, ed
      1. Robert Lawless
    36. R SOCIAL/CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Under the Kapok Tree: Identity and Difference in Beng Thought. Alma Gottlieb.
      1. Clarke K. Speed
    37. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Human Evolution. Steve Jones, Robert Martin, and David Pilbeam, eds
      1. Mark F. Teaford
    38. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Coalitions and Alliances in Humans and Other Animals. Alexander H. Harcourt and Frans B. M. de Waal, eds
      1. Mary S. McDonald Pavelka
    39. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: Anthropology and the Peace Corps: Case Studies in Career Preparation. Brian E. Schwimmer and D. Michael Warren, eds
      1. Erve Chambers
    40. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: Conservation of Neotropical Forests: Working from Traditional Resource Use. Kent H. Redford and Christine Padoch, eds
      1. Allen Johnson
    41. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: Multicultural Pharmaceutical Education. Barry Bleidt, ed
      1. Richard H. Reeves-Ellington
    42. R APPLIED ANTHROPOLOGY: Psychoanalytic Anthropology after Freud: Essays Marking the Fiftieth Anniversary of Freud's Death. David H. Spain, ed
      1. Charles W. Nuckolls
    43. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Adolescence: An Anthropological Inquiry. Alice Schlegel and Herbert Barry III.
      1. Victoria Burbank
    44. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Anatomy of Love: The Natural History of Monogamy, Adultery, and Divorce. Helen E. Fisher.
      1. Alan C. Swedlund
    45. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Anthropology, Art and Aesthetics. Jeremy Coote and Anthony Shelton, eds
      1. Donald H. Rubinstein
    46. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Colonialism and Culture. Nicholas B. Dirks, ed
      1. John D. Kelly
    47. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Concept of Work: Ancient, Medieval, and Modern. Herbert Applebaum.
      1. Tomoko Hamada
    48. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Ethnography and the Historical Imagination. John Comaroff and Jean Comaroff.
      1. Brackette F. Williams
    49. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Hermes' Dilemma and Hamlet's Desire: On the Epistemology of Interpretation. Vincent Crapanzano.
      1. T. M. Luhrmann
    50. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Jokes and Their Relations. Elliott Oring.
      1. John McDowell
    51. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Museums and the Shaping of Knowledge. Eilean Hooper-Greenhill.
      1. RUssell G. Handsman
    52. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The "Nations Within": Aboriginal-State Relations in Canada, the United States, and New Zealand. Augie Fleras and Jean Leonard Elliott.
      1. James A. Clifton
    53. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Of Mice and Women: Aspects of Female Aggression. Kaj Bjorkqvist and Pirkko Niemela, eds
      1. Victoria Burbank
    54. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Postmodernism, Reason and Religion. Ernest Gellner.
      1. Lamont C. Lindstrom
    55. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: The Psychoanalytic Study of Society, Volume 17: Essays in Honor of George D. and Louise A. Spindler. L. Bryce Bayer and Ruth M. Bayer, eds
      1. Stanley N. Kurtz
    56. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Risk and Blaine: Essays in Cultural Theory. Mary Douglas.
      1. T. O. Beidelman
    57. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Sacred Journeys: The Anthropology of Pilgrimage. Alan Morinis, ed
      1. David Browman
    58. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Self and Consciousness: Multiple Perspectives. Frank S. Kessel, Pamela M. Cole, and Dale L. Johnson, eds
      1. Katherine P. Ewing
    59. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Shamans, Priests and Witches: A Cross-Cultural Study of Magico-Religious Practitioners. Michael James Winkelman.
      1. Stephen C. Saraydar
    60. R GENERAL/THEORETICAL ANTHROPOLOGY: Visions indiennes, visions baroques: Les métissages de l'inconscient. Jean-Michel Sallmann, ed
      1. Olive Patricia Dickason

Film Review

    1. R Complementary Health Therapies in England, 1992: Acupuncture for Pain Relief, 1992, 56 minutes, color; Aromatherapy in a Cardiac Surgery Ward, 1992, 31 minutes, color; Spiritual Healing: Part I, 1992, 52 minutes, color; Spiritual Healing: Part II, 1992, 24 minutes, color; Spiritual Healing: Part III, 1992, 21 minutes, color; Touching: Reflexology and Massage for AIDS, 1992, 87 minutes, color. Six videos by Philip Singer.
      1. Enid Gort
    2. R Huichol Sacred Pilgrimage to Wirikuta. 1991. 29 minutes, color. A film by Larain Boyll.
      1. Cynthia Abbott Cone
    3. R Through the Veil of Exile. 1992. 86 minutes, color. A film by David Ben-Schitrit.
      1. Dan Rabinowitz

Museum Exhibit and Photographic Book Reviews

    1. R Creativity is Our Tradition: Three Decades of Contemporary Indian Art. Rick Hill, curator
      1. Margot Blum Schevill
    2. R Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibition on the Symbols of Indianness. Deborah Doxtator, curator.: Fluffs and Feathers: An Exhibit on the Symbols of Indianness. Deborah Doxtator, curator
      1. Viviane Gray
    3. R A Mohawk Iroquois Village. George Hamell, project director
      1. Lynne Williamson
    4. R Inaugural exhibitions at the Fowler Museum of Cultural History, University of California, Los Angeles. Elephant: The Animal and Its Ivory in African Culture. Doran H. Ross, curator. September 30, 1992–May 16, 1993; Threads of Identity: Maya Costumes of the 1960s in Highland Guatemala. Patricia B. Altman and Caroline D. West, curators. September 30, 1992–January 24, 1993; Ceramics of Ancient Peru. Christopher B. Donnan, curator. September 30, 1992–January 23, 1994; Reflecting Culture: The Francis E. Fowler, Jr., Collection of Silver. Betsy Quick and Henrietta Cosentino, curators
      1. Kathleen K. Skelly
        Christopher B. Steiner


    1. R Erratum