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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R eloquent knowledge: Lesotho migrants' songs and the anthropology of experience
      1. DAVID B. COPLAN
    2. R the Western Woods Cree: anthropological myth and historical reality
      1. JAMES G. E. SMITH
    3. R the exchange of men in 19th-century Negeri Sembilan (Malaya)
      1. MICHAEL G. PELETZ
    4. R egalitarian structures in Iberian social systems: the contexts of turn-taking in town and country
      1. SUSAN TAX FREEMAN
    5. R cultural efflorescence and political evolution on the Sepik River
      1. SIMON HARRISON
    6. R ownership at sea: fishing territories and access to sea resources
      1. E. PAUL DURRENBERGER
        GÍSLI PÁLSSON
    7. R the emergence of land concentration in the West African savanna
      1. S. P. REYNA

Review Article

    1. R sacrifice and sacred rule in Africa
      1. T. O. Beidelman
    2. R the objects of anthropology
      1. SUSAN S. BEAN

Comments and Reflections

    1. R comment on "engineering internment“
      1. Rachel Sady
    2. R reply to Sady
      1. Orin Starn

Review

    1. R The Anthropology of Experience. VICTOR W. TURNER and EDWARD M. BRUNER
      1. ROBERTA. PAUL
    2. R On the Edge of the Bush: Anthropology as Experience. VICTOR TURNER. Edith L. B. Turner
      1. ROY WAGNER
    3. R Symbols that Stand for Themselves. ROY WAGNER
      1. TULLIO MARANHAO
    4. R Masks, Transformation, and Paradox. A. DAVID NAPIER (with a foreword by Rodney Needham)
      1. JAMES L. PEACOCK
    5. R Veiled Sentiments: Honor and Poetry in a Bedouin Society. LILA ABU-LUGHOD
      1. CLIFFORD GEERTZ
    6. R Knowledge and Power in Morocco: The Education of a Twentieth-Century Notable. DALE F. EICKELMAN
      1. KEVIN DWYER
    7. R The Art of Reciting the Qur'an. KRISHNA NELSON
      1. STEVEN CATON
    8. R Caste, Cult, and Hierarchy: Essays on the Culture of India. PAULINE KOLENDA
      1. T. N. MADAN
    9. R Contexts and Levels: Anthropological Essays on Hierarchy. R. H. BARNES, DANIEL DE COPPET, and R. J. PARKIN
      1. WARD KEELER
    10. R Gamrie, an Exploration in Cultural Ecology: A Study of Maritime Adaptations in a Scottish Fishing Village. ED KNIPE
      1. JANE H. NADEL
    11. R Witchcraft and Religion: The Politics of Popular Belief. CHRISTINA LARNER
      1. JEANNE FAVRET-SAADA
    12. R So Spoke the Uncle (Ainsi parte l'oncle). JEAN PRICE-MARS (translation and introduction by Magdaline W. Shannon)
      1. ANSELME REMY
    13. R Andean Ecology and Civilization: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Andean Ecological Complementarity. SHOZO MASUDA, IZUMI SHIMADA, and CRAIG MORRIS
      1. BENJAMIN ORLOVE
    14. R Vital Souls: Bororo Cosmology, Natural Symbolism and Shamanism. CHRISTOPHER J. CROCKER
      1. STEPHEN HUGH-JONES
    15. R Tales of the Yanomami: Daily Life in the Venezuelan Forest. JACQUE LIZOT (translated by Ernest Simon)
      1. ANTHONY SEEGER
    16. R Animal Myths and Metaphors in South America. GARY URTON
      1. PIERRE-YVES JACOPIN
    17. R Conquest and Survival in Colonial Guatemala: A Historical Geography of the Cuchumatán Highlands 1500–1821. W. GEORGE LOVELL
      1. ROBERT CARMACK
    18. R Inverse Images: The Meaning of Culture, Ethnicity and Family in Postcolonial Guatemala. JOHN HAWKINS
      1. JUDITH FRIEDLANDER
    19. R Underdeveloping the Amazon: Extraction, Unequal Exchange, and the Failure of the Modern State. STEPHEN G. BUNKER
      1. DAVID MAYBURY-LEWIS
    20. R Native Power: The Quest for Autonomy and Nationhood of Indigenous Peoples. JENS BRØSTED, JENS DAHL, ANDREW GRAY, HANS CHRISTIAN GULLØV, GEORG HENRIKSEN, JØRGEN BRØCHNER JØRGENSEN, and INGE KLEIVAN
      1. TIM INGOLD
    21. R Affluence and Cultural Survival: 1981 Proceedings of the American Ethnological Society. RICHARD F. SALISBURY and ELISABETH TOOKER
      1. GLENN PETERSEN
    22. R Weapons of the Weak: Everyday Forms of Peasant Resistance. JAMES C. SCOTT
      1. BLANCA MURATORIO
    23. R In the Wake of Cook: Exploration, Science, and Empire, 1780–1801. DAVID MACKAY
      1. LUCILE H. BROCKWAY
    24. R Mythistoire Tungaru: Cosmologies et Genealogies aux lies Gilbert. JEAN-PAUL LATOUCHE
      1. HENRY E. MAUDE
    25. R Pintupi Country, Pintupi Self: Sentiment, Place, and Politics among Western Desert Aborigines. FRED R. MYERS
      1. PETER SUTTON
    26. R Life Before Genesis: A Conclusion. DAVID H. TURNER
      1. NICOLAS PETERSON
    27. R Transformations of Polynesian Culture. ANTONY HOOPER and JUDITH HUNTSMAN
      1. F. ALLAN HANSON
    28. R Ways of Exchange: The Enga Tee of Papua New Guinea. D. K. FEIL
      1. PAULA C. RUBEL
    29. R Movement and Meaning: Creativity and Interpretation in Ballet and Mime. ANYA PETERSON ROYCE: The Performer-Audience Connection: Emotion to Metaphor in Dance and Society. JUDITH LYNNE HANNA
      1. JAMES W. FERNANDEZ
    30. R Society and the Dance. PAUL SPENCER
      1. JILL D. SWEET
    31. R Art as Culture: An Introduction to the Anthropology of Art. EVELYN P. HATCHER. Lanham
      1. NORRIS BROCK JOHNSON
    32. R A Short History of African Art. WERNER GILLON
      1. DANEL P. BIEBUYCK
    33. R Cantares Mexicanos: Songs of the Aztecs. Translated from the Nahuatl, with an introduction and commentary by JOHN BIERHORST: A Nahuatl-English Dictionary and Concordance to the Cantares Mexicanos. With an analytical transcription and grammatical notes by JOHN BIERHORST
      1. FRANCES F. BERDAN
    34. R Music and Trance: A Theory of the Relations between Music and Possession. GILBERT ROUGET
      1. WOLFGANG JILEK
    35. R Prehistoric Textiles of the Southwest. KATE PECK KENT
      1. MARGOT SCHEVILL