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Original Article

    1. R the headhunter as hero: local traditions and their reinterpretation in national history
      1. JANET HOSKINS
    2. R procreation stories: reproduction, nurturance, and procreation in life narratives of abortion activists
      1. FAYE GINSBURG
    3. R codeswitching and consciousness in the European periphery
      1. SUSAN GAL
    4. R reflexivity deflected: the festival of nations as an American cultural performance
      1. FREDERICK ERRINGTON
    5. R discourse genres in a theory of practice
      1. WILLIAM F. HANKS
    6. R tattoos: invulnerability and power in Shan cosmology
      1. NICOLA TANNENBAUM
    7. R constraining capitalism? contradictions of self-reliance in Vanuatu fisheries development
      1. MARGARET C. RODMAN

Distinguished Lecture

    1. R explaining the present: theoretical dilemmas in processual ethnography
      1. SALLY FALK MOORE

Review Article

    1. R what makes work worth doing?
      1. GILLIAN FEELEY-HARNIK
    2. R the rise of market culture
      1. JANE SCHNEIDER
    3. R cross-currents in the theory of state formation
      1. ROBERT L. CARNEIRO
    4. R films on farming
      1. PEGGY F. BARLETT
        TRACY BATCHELOR
        ELIZABETH GUTHRIE

Comments and Reflections

    1. R information-sharing cliques and information networks
      1. John B. Gatewood

Review

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      1. TERENCE RANGER
    2. R Hegemony and Culture: Politics and Religious Change among the Yoruba. DAVID D. LAITIN
      1. ADRIAN PEACE
    3. R The Red-Dressed Zionists: Symbols of Power in a Swazi Independent Church. ANDERS FOGELQVIST
      1. JOHN COMAROFF
    4. R Law and Economic Organization: A Comparative Study of Preindustrial Societies. KATHER-INE NEWMAN
      1. RONALD COHEN
    5. R Social Facts and Fabrications: "Customary" Law on Kilimanjaro, 1880–1980. SALLY FALK MOORE
      1. A. L. EPSTEIN
    6. R Economics as Culture: Models and Metaphors of Livelihood. STEPHEN GUDEMAN
      1. SCOTT COOK
    7. R Markets and Marketing: Monographs in Economic Anthropology, No. 4. STUART PLATT-NER
      1. BILL DERMAN
    8. R The Shell Money of the Steve Trade. JAN HOGENDORN and MARION JOHNSON
      1. GEORGE DALTON
    9. R Miners, Peasants, and Entrepreneurs: Regional Development in the Central Highlands of Peru. NORMAN LONG and BRYAN ROBERTS
      1. FLORENCE E. BABB
    10. R Anthropology and Rural Development in West Africa. MICHAEL M. HOROWITZ and THOMAS M. PAINTER
      1. KEITH HART
    11. R Women in Development: A Creative Role Denied? MARJA-LIISA SWANTZ
      1. CAROLINE IFEKA
    12. R Women, Work, and Ideology in the Third World. HALEH AFSHAR
      1. MARTHA CHEN
    13. R Oglala Women: Myth, Ritual, and Reality. MARLA N. POWERS
      1. LORETTA K. FOWLER
    14. R During My Time: Florence Edenshaw Davidson, a Haida Woman, MARGARET B. BLACKMAN
      1. ALICE BEE KASAKOFF
    15. R That's What She Said: Contemporary Poetry and Fiction by Native American Women. RAYNA GREEN
      1. BEATRICE MEDICINE
    16. R Reflections of a Woman Anthropologist: No Hiding Place. MANDA CESARA
      1. LOLA ROMANUCCI-ROSS
    17. R Confessions of a Concierge: Madame Lucie's History of Twentieth-Century France. BONNIE G. SMITH
      1. LAURENCE WYLIE
    18. R Historical Anthropology of the Family. MARTINE SEGALEN
      1. SUSAN CAROL ROGERS
    19. R Wives of the God-King: The Rituals of the Devadasis of Puri. FRÉDÉRIQUE APFFEL MARGLIN
      1. MARTHA BUSH ASHJON
    20. R Mary, Michael and Lucifer: Folk Catholicism in Centra) Mexico. JOHN M. INGHAM
      1. RUTH BEHAR
    21. R Santa Maria del Monte: The Presence of the Past in a Spanish Village. RUTH BEHAR
      1. SUSAN TAX FREEMAN
    22. R Okubo Diary: Portrait of a Japanese Valley. BRIAN MOERAN
      1. THEODORE C. BESTOR
    23. R Transforming the Past: Tradition and Kinship Among Japanese Americans. SYLVIA JUNKO YANAGISAKO
      1. DAVID W. PLATH
    24. R Unities and Diversities in Chinese Religion. ROBERT P. WELLER
      1. STEVEN SANCREN
    25. R Through Other Eyes: Essays in Understanding 'Conscious Models'—Mostly in Hong Kong. BARBARA E. WARD
      1. EMILY MARTIN
    26. R Semiotic Mediation: Sociocultural and Psychological Perspectives. ELIZABETH MERTZ and RICHARD J. PARMENTIER
      1. W. C. WATT
    27. R Relevance: Communication and Cognition. DAN SPERBER and DEIRDRE WILSON
      1. EDMUND R. LEACH
    28. R Objets Prétextes, Objets Manipulés. JACQUES HAINARD and ROLAND KAEHR: Temps Perdu, Temps Retrouvé. JACQUES HAINARD and ROLAND KAEHR
      1. BERNADETTE BUCHER
    29. R Tairora Culture: Contingency and Pragmatism. JAMES B. WATSON
      1. GEORGE E. B. MORREN
    30. R A Line of Power. ANDREW STRATHERN
      1. NICHOLAS MODIESKA
    31. R Island in Trust: Culture Change and Dependence in a Micronesian Economy. JAMES G. PEOPLES
      1. LIN POYER
    32. R The Making of Great Men: Male Domination and Power among the New Guinea Baruya. MAURICE GODELIER
      1. WILLIAM E. MITCHELL
    33. R Initiative and Initiation: A Cargo Cult-Type Movement in the Sepik Against Its Background in Traditional Village Religion. PATRICK F. GESCH
      1. R. I. MAY
    34. R Les naissances d'une société: Espace et historicité chez les Beembé du Congo. GEORGES DUPRÉ
      1. WYATT MACCAFFEY
    35. R Les Pygmées Aka et la forêt Centraficaine. SERGE BAHUCHET
      1. MARCO BICCHIERI
    36. R Persistent Pastoralists: Nomadic Societies in Transition. PETER RIGBY
      1. T. O. BEIDELMAN
    37. R Cattle and Culture: The Structure of a Pastoral Parakuyo Society. ARVI HURSKAINEN
      1. DAVID TURTON
    38. R The Kuna Gathering: Contemporary Village Politics in Panama. JAMES HOWE
      1. ALAKA WALI