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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R mother or mistress but never a monk: Buddhist notions of female gender in rural Thailand
      1. CHARLES F. KEYES
    2. R toro muerto, vaca es: an interpretation of the Spanish bullfight
      1. CARRIE B. DOUGLASS
    3. R power and change in an Indonesian government office
      1. ROBERT CONKLING
    4. R self and self-conduct among the Javanese priyayi elite
      1. J. JOSEPH ERRINGTON
    5. R Cheyenne names and cosmology
      1. JOHN H. MOORE
    6. R apples are not a "kind of fruit“: the semantics of human categorization
      1. ANNA WIERZBICKA
    7. R do life-forms evolve or do uses for life? some doubts about Brown's universale hypotheses
      1. ROBERT A. RANDALL
        EUGENE S. HUNN
    8. R cooperation, competition, and synergy: information-sharing groups among Southeast Alaskan salmon seiners
      1. JOHN B. GATEWOOD

Review Article

    1. R inside looking around: studies of American culture
      1. DONALD A. MESSERSCHMIDT

Critical Commentary

    1. R is the "skipper effect“ really a false Ideology?
      1. John B. Gatewood
    2. R reply to Gatewood
      1. Gísli Pálsson
        E. Paul Durrenberger
    3. R the genetic basis for affinal cooperation
      1. James Dow

Review

    1. R Medusa's Hair: An Essay on Personal Symbols and Religious Experience. GANANTH OBEYESEKERE
      1. BRUCE KAPFERER
    2. R Selfless Persons: Imagery and Thought in Theravada Buddhism. STEVEN COLLINS
      1. MELFORD E. SPIRO
    3. R Caste Ideology and Interaction. DENNIS G. McGILVRAY
      1. SYLVIA J. VATUK
    4. R Rural Society in Southeast Asia. KATHLEEN GOUGH
      1. T. N. MADAN
    5. R Forest Traders: A Socio-Economic Study of the Hill Pandaram. BRIAN MORRIS
      1. MICHAEL MOFFATT
    6. R The Three Twins: The Telling of a South Indian Folk Epic. BRENDA E. F. BECK
      1. STUART BLACKBURN
    7. R No Five Fingers Are Alike: Cognitive Amplifiers in Social Context. JOSEPH C. BERLAND
      1. STANLEY R. WITKOWSKI
    8. R The Study of Ethnomusicology: Twenty-nine Issues and Concepts. BRUNO NETTL
      1. ANTHONY SEEGER
    9. R Sound and Sentiment: Birds, Weeping, Poetics, and Song in Kaluli Expression. STEVEN FELD
      1. BRUNO NETTL
    10. R Let the Inside Be Sweet: The Interpretation of Music Event among the Kpelle of Liberia. RUTH M. STONE
      1. LAURENCE D. LOEB
    11. R For the Ancestors: Autobiographical Memories. BESSIE JONES
      1. NORRIS BROCK JOHNSON
    12. R Strange Ways and Sweet Dreams: Afro-American Folklore from the Hampton Institute. DONALD J. WATERS
      1. ALLAN F. BURNS
    13. R The Carib Reserve: Identity and Security in the West Indies. ANTHONY LAYNG
      1. ENRIQUE MAYER
    14. R Women and the Ancestors: Black Carib Kinship and Ritual. VIRGINIA KERNS
      1. GRANT D. JONES
    15. R Black Americans and the Evangelization of Africa 1877–1900. WALTER L. WILLIAMS
      1. MELVIN D. WILLIAMS
    16. R Nubian Ceremonial Life: Studies in Islamic Syncretism and Cultural Change. JOHN G. KENNEDY
      1. NUR YALMAN
    17. R Egyptian Nubians: Resettlement and Years of Coping. HUSSEIN M. FAHIM
      1. JOHN G. KENNEDY
    18. R Traders Without Trade: Response to Change in Two Dyula Communities. ROBERT LAUNAY
      1. JEAN CLAUDE MULLER
    19. R Contemporary Trade Strategies in the Philippines: A Study in Marketing Anthropology. NORBERT DANNHAEUSER
      1. SUSAN RUSSELL
    20. R Sohar: Culture and Society in an Omani Town. FREDRIK BARTH
      1. JOHN CULICK
    21. R Women in Muslim Rural Society. JOSEPH GINAT: Behind the Veil in Arabia: Women in Oman. UNNI WIKAN
      1. JANET L. BAUER
    22. R The Women of Suye Mura. ROBERT J. SMITH and ELLA LURY WISWELL
      1. EMIKO OHNUKI-TIERNEY
    23. R The Hidden Half: Studies of Plains Indian Women. PATRICIA ALBERS and BEATRICE MEDICINE
      1. ROBERT STEVEN GRUMET