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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R the madman and the migrant: work and labor in the historical consciousness of a South African people
      1. L. JOHN
        JEAN COMAROFF
    2. R subordinate discourse: women, weaving, and gender relations in North Africa
      1. BRINKLEY MESSICK
    3. R giant fish, giant otters, and dinosaurs: "apparently irrational beliefs“ in a Chipewyan community
      1. HENRY S. SHARP
    4. R performing passions: aesthetics and politics in an occasionally egalitarian community
      1. DONALD BRENNEIS
    5. R turn-taking, overlap, and the task at hand: ordering speaking turns in legal settings
      1. ROBERT M. HAYDEN
    6. R the significance of meetings in an American mental health center
      1. HELEN B. SCHWARTZMAN
    7. R domestic production and regional markets in northern Kenya
      1. PETER D. LITTLE
    8. R seasonal population movement along the lower Columbia river: the social and ecological context
      1. ROBERT T. BOYD
        YVONNE P. HAJDA

Review Article

    1. R the emergence of ethnicity in Israel
      1. KEVIN AVRUCH
    2. R southern perspectives on the New Guinea Highlands
      1. RENA LEDERMAN

Comments and Reflections

    1. R a conversation with Eric Wolf
      1. ASHRAF GHANI
    2. R of unfinished dialogues and paper pigs
      1. FREDERICK ERRINGTON
        DEBORAH GEWERTZ
    3. R fishermen and peasants
      1. Oriol Pi-Sunyer
    4. R fishing in Alaska, and the sharing of information
      1. Geoffrey C. Orth
    5. R methodological problems in determining the cause of migration
      1. William P. Mitchell
    6. R reply to Mitchell
      1. Wendy Weiss
    7. R Sicilian political economy: a reply to Blok
      1. Filippo Sabetti
    8. R reply to Sabetti
      1. Anton Blok
    9. R comment on "engineering internment“
      1. Morris Opler
    10. R reply to Opler
      1. Orin Stern

Review

    1. R The Great Arch: English State Formation as Cultural Revolution. PHILIP CORRIGAN and DEREK SAYER
      1. ERIC R. WOLF
    2. R The British Marxist Historians. HARVEY J. KAYE
      1. WILLIAM ROSEBERRY
        New School for Social Research
    3. R The Assassination of Gaitán: Public Life and Urban Violence in Colombia. HERBERT BRAUN
      1. MICHAEL TAUSSIC
    4. R Mafia, Peasants and Great Estates: Society in Traditional Calabria. PINO ARLACCHI
      1. JAMES L. WATSON
    5. R Transylvanian Villagers: Three Centuries of Political, Economic and Ethnic Change. KATHERINE VERDERY
      1. CAROLINE HUMPHREY
    6. R Economy, Society and Culture in Contemporary Romania. JOHN W. COLE, ed
      1. KATHERINE VERDERY
    7. R Poetics of Manhood: Contest and Identity in a Cretan Mountain Village. MICHAEL HERZFELD
      1. MICHAEL GILSENAN
    8. R Moral Imagination in Kaguru Modes of Thought. T. O. BEIDELMAN
      1. MICHAEL JACKSON
    9. R BARAWA and the Way Birds Fly in the Sky. MICHAEL JACKSON
      1. ARIANE DELUZ
    10. R The Nuer Conquest: The Structure and Development of an Expansionist System. RAYMOND C. KELLY
      1. JOHN W. BURTON
    11. R Work and Power in Maale, Ethiopia. DONALD L. DONHAM
      1. JAY O'BRIEN
    12. R Family and Farm in Southern Cameroon. JANE I. GUYER
      1. POLLY HILL
    13. R The Economic Anthropology of the Kru (West Africa). ANDREAS MASSING
      1. LILLIAN TRAGER
    14. R Law and Order in the New Guinea Highlands: Encounters with Enga. ROBERT J. GORDON and MERVYN J. MEGGITT
      1. SALLY FALK MOORE
    15. R Ritualized Homosexuality in Melanesia. GILBERT H. HERDT, ed
      1. BRUCE M. KNAUFT
    16. R The Ethnography of Cannibalism. PAULA BROWN and DONALD TUZIN, eds
      1. TERENCE E. HAYS
    17. R History and Ethnohistory in Papua New Guinea. DEBORAH GEWERTZ and EDWARD SCHIEFFELIN, eds
      1. JAMES G. FLANAGAN
    18. R The Shaman: Patterns of Siberian and Ojibway Healing. JOHN A. GRIM
      1. VICTOR BARNOUW
    19. R Shamans, Housewives, and Other Restless Spirits: Women in Korean Ritual Life. LAUREL KENDALL
      1. GEORGE VOS