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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R the 19th-century Tlingit potlatch: a new perspective
      1. SERGEI KAN
    2. R finding fish: the tactics of Icelandic skippers
      1. E. PAUL DURRENBERGER
        GÍSLI PÁLSSON
    3. R symbolic dialects and generations of women: variation in the meaning of post-divorce downward mobility
      1. KATHERINE S. NEWMAN
    4. R everyday understandings of the law in working-class America
      1. SALLY ENGLE MERRY
    5. R the varieties of fertility cultism in New Guinea: part II
      1. HARRIET WHITEHEAD

    1. R Untitled

Original Article

    1. R the significance of the course events take in segmentary systems
      1. PAUL DRESCH

Review Article

    1. R the vicissitudes of the closed corporate peasant community
      1. ERIC R. WOLF
    2. R Walter Rodney: the historian as spokesman for historical forces
      1. IMMANUEL WALLERSTEIN

Comments and Reflections

    1. R significant sister: autonomy and obligation in Audrey Richards' early fieldwork
      1. JO GLADSTONE
    2. R the national indigenist institute of Mexico reinvents the Indian: the Pame example
      1. Judith Friedlander
    3. R a reply to Kuper
      1. Thomas Zengotita
    4. R extension rules and "generative" models
      1. H. W. Scheffler
    5. R response to Marshall
      1. Carrie B. Douglass
    6. R comment on "inalienable wealth"
      1. Annette B. Weiner

Review

    1. R Histoires de l'anthropologie: XVI–XIX siècles. BRITTA RUPP-EISENREICH, ed
      1. GEORGES ABBEELE
    2. R A Century of Controversy: Ethnological Issues from 1860 to 1960. ELMAN SERVICE
      1. MARVIN HARRIS
    3. R The Politics of the World-Economy: The States, The Movements and The Civilizations. IMMANUEL WALLERSTEIN
      1. HAMZA ALAVI
    4. R Sweetness and Power: The Place of Sugar in Modern History. SIDNEY W. MINTZ
      1. STEVEN MARCUS
    5. R The Power of the Past: Essays for Eric Hobsbawm. PAT THANE, GEOFFREY CROSSICK, and RODERICK FLOUND, eds
      1. ORVAR LÖFGREN
    6. R The Great Devonian Controversy: The Shaping of Scientific Knowledge Among Gentlemanly Specialists. MARTIN J. S. RUDWICK
      1. FRANK SPENCER
    7. R The Taming of Evolution: The Persistence of Nonevolutlonary Views in the Study of Humans. DAVYDD GREENWOOD
      1. MISIA LANDAU
    8. R Past and Present in Hunter Gatherer Societies: Selections From the Proceedings of the Third International Conferences on Hunter-Gatherers. CARMEL SCHRIRE, ed
      1. RICHARD GOULD
    9. R The Reflowering of Malaysian Islam: Modern Religious Radicals and Their Roots. JUDITH NAGATA
      1. CLIVE KESSLER
    10. R Society and Cosmos: Chewong of Peninsular Malaysia. SIGNE HOWELL
      1. PAUL MICHAEL TAYLOR
    11. R Before the Secessionist Storm: Muslim-Christian Politics in Jolo, Sulu, Philippines, 1961–62. WILFREDO F. ARCE
      1. JEREMY BECKETT
    12. R Capitalism and Confrontation in Sumatra's Plantation Belt, 1870–1979. ANN LAURA STOLER
      1. PAUL ALEXANDER
    13. R America's Working Man: Work, Home, and Politics Among Blue-Collar Property Owners. DAVID HALLE
      1. JUNE NASH
    14. R My Troubles are Going to Have Trouble with Me: Everyday Trials and Triumphs of Women Workers. KAREN SACKS and DOROTHY REMY, eds
      1. IDA SUSSER
    15. R For We Are Sold, I and My People: Women and Industry In Mexico's Frontier. MARIA PATRICIA FERNANDEZ-KELLY.: Women, Men, and the International Division of Labor. JUNE NASH and MARIA PATRICIA FERNANDEZ-KELLY, eds
      1. NANCY FOLBRE
        SANDRA SCHILEN
    16. R Industry and Inequality: The Social Anthropology of Indian Labor. MARK HOLMSTRÖM
      1. JANET E. BENSON
    17. R The Warrior Merchants: Textiles, Trade, & Territory in South India. MATTISON MINES
      1. SUSAN S. BEAN
    18. R The Sikhs of Vancouver. JAMES G. CHADNEY.: Indians in a White Australia: An Account of Race, Class and Indian Immigration to Eastern Australia. MARIE M. DE LEPERVANCHE
      1. ADRIAN C. MAYER
    19. R Sicuanga Runa: The Other Side of Development in Amazonian Ecuador. NORMAN E. WHITTEN, JR
      1. TERENCE TURNER
    20. R Individual and Society in Guiana: A Comparative Study of Amerindian Social Organization. PETER RIVIÉRE
      1. ANTHONY SEEGER
    21. R The Embattled Northeast: The Elusive Ideal of Alliance in Abenaki-Euramerican Relations. KENNETH M. MORRISON
      1. ALVIN HAMBLEN MORRISON
    22. R Miners of the Red Mountain: Indian Labor in Potosi, 1545–1650. PETER BAKEWELL
      1. JOHN HOWLAND ROWE
    23. R Notable Family Networks in Latin America. DIANA BALMORI, STUART F. VOSS, and MILES WORTMAN
      1. LARISSA LOMNITZ
    24. R Eight London Households. SANDRA WALLMAN
      1. MARILYN STRATHERN
    25. R Naming Systems: 1980 Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society. ELISABETH TOOKER, ed
      1. MAURICE BLOCH
    26. R The Spoken Word and the Work of Interpretation. DENNIS TEDLOCK
      1. RECNA DARNELL
    27. R Dangerous Words: Language and Politics in the Pacific. DONALD LAWRENCE BRENNEIS and FRED R. MYERS, eds
      1. LAWRENCE GOLDMAN