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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Christianity and colonialism in South Africa
      1. JEAN COMAROFF
        JOHN COMAROFF
    2. R Batak tape cassette kinship: constructing kinship through the Indonesian national mass media
      1. SUSAN RODGERS
    3. R let the evidence fit the crime: evidence, law, and "sociological truth“ among the Dou Donggo
      1. PETER JUST
    4. R "eat this, it'll do you a power of good“: food and commensality among Durrani Pashtuns
      1. RICHARD TAPPER
        NANCY TAPPER
    5. R the varieties of fertility cultism in New Guinea: part I
      1. HARRIET WHITEHEAD
    6. R from Mary to modern woman: the material basis of Marianismo and its transformation in a Spanish village
      1. JANE F. COLLIER
    7. R political activity among working-class women in a U.S. city
      1. IDA SUSSER
    8. R from working daughters to working mothers: production and reproduction in an industrial community
      1. LOUISE LAMPHERE

Review Article

    1. R agency and social theory: a review of Anthony Giddens
      1. IVAN KARP
    2. R the politics of representation: anthropological discourse and Australian aborigines
      1. FRED R. MYERS

Comments and Reflections

    1. R reply to Rosemary Firth
      1. Carol Laderman
    2. R the anthropologist's Rorschach
      1. George W. Stocking
    3. R on "inalienable wealth“
      1. Robin J. Watt
    4. R further comments on "Inalienable wealth“
      1. John Liep

Review

    1. R The Birth of Purgatory. JACQUES LE GOFF
      1. RICHARD TREXLER
    2. R The Anthropology of Evil. DAVID PARKIN
      1. T. 0. BElDELMAN
    3. R Exemplars. RODNEY NEEDHAM
      1. GEORGE E. MARCUS
    4. R Distinction: A Social Critique of the Judgement of Taste. PIERRE BOURDIEU
      1. DAN ROSE
    5. R Religion, Power and Protest in Local Communities: The Northern Shore of the Mediterranean. ERIC WOLF
      1. TALA1 ASAD
    6. R Shamans, Lamas, and Evangelicals: The English Missionaries in Siberia. C. R. BAWDEN
      1. OWEN LATTlMORE
    7. R Perspectives on Pentecostalism: Case Studies from the Caribbean and Latin America. STEPHEN D. GLAZIER
      1. KATHLEEN RYAN
    8. R Political Authority in a Sicilian Village. FILIPPO SABETTI
      1. ANTON BLOK
    9. R Ijeshas and Nigerians: The incorporation of a Yoruba Kingdom, 1890s–1970s. J. D. Y. PEEL
      1. SANDRA T. BARNES
    10. R Fathers Work for their Sons: Accumulation, Mobility and Class Formation in an Extended Yoruba Community. SARA S. BERRY
      1. JANE I. CUYER
    11. R American Odyssey: Haitlans in New York City. MICHAEL S. LAGUERRE
      1. NINA CLICK SCHILLER
    12. R The Traveller-Gypsies. JUDITH OKELY
      1. SAM BECK
    13. R Anxious Pleasures: The Sexual Lives of an Amazonian People. THOMAS GREGOR
      1. PAUL HENLEY
    14. R The Wild Woman: An Inquiry into the Anthropology of an Idea. SHARON W. TIFFANY and KATHLEEN J. ADAMS
      1. NANCY LUTKEHAUS
    15. R Rethinking Women's Roles: Perspectives from the Pacific. DENISE O'BRIEN and SHARON W. TIFFANY
      1. DEBORAH GEWERJZ
    16. R Daughters of the Dreaming. DIANE BELL
      1. CATHERINE H. BERNDT
    17. R Fighters & Singers: The Lives of Some Aboriginal Women. ISOBEL WHITE, DIANE BARWICK, and BETTY MEEHAN
      1. JANE C. COODALE
    18. R Love and Power in the Peasant Family: Rural France in the Nineteenth Century. MARTINE SEGALEN
      1. MYNA RAPP
    19. R A Woman's Quest for Science: Portrait of Anthropologist Elsle Clews Parsons. PETER H. HARE
      1. BARBARA A. BABCOCK
    20. R Human Ecology: The Story of Our Place in Nature from Prehistory to the Present. BERNARD CAMPBELL
      1. EMlLlO F. MORAN
    21. R Peasants, Subsistence Ecology, and Development in the Highlands of Papua New Guinea. LAWRENCE S. GROSSMAN
      1. RICHARD JACKSON
    22. R Nomads and the Outside World. A. M. KHAZANOV
      1. BRlAN SPOONER
    23. R The Subarctic Fur Trade: Native Social and Economic Adaptations. SHEPARD KRECH III
      1. JAMES G. E. SMlTH
    24. R The Fishing Culture of the World, Volumes I & II. BELA GUNDA
      1. E. PAUL DURRENBERCER
    25. R Texas Shrimpers: Community, Capitalism, and the Sea. ROBERT LEE MARIL
      1. E. PAUL DURRENBERCER