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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R "adapted for heaven“: conversion and culture in western Sicily
      1. SALVATORE CUCCHIARI
    2. R Robert Redford, Apanuugpak, and the invention of tradition
      1. ANN FIENUP-RIORDAN
    3. R romantic documents and political monuments: the meaning-fulfillment of history in 19th-century Czech nationalism
      1. ANDREW LASS
    4. R maintaining "otherness“: Sapwuahfik cultural identity
      1. LIN POYER
    5. R notions of grief and catharsis among the Toraja
      1. JANE C. WELLENKAMP
    6. R monetization of bridewealth and the abandonment of "kin roads“ to marriage in Sana, Mali
      1. MARIA GROSZ-NGATÉ
    7. R the far side of Hurun: the management of Melanesian millenarian movements
      1. PAUL B. ROSCOE

Review Article

    1. R anthropology and fisheries management
      1. E. PAUL DURRENBERGER
        GISLI PÁLSSON

Comments and Reflections

    1. R apartheid's anthropologists: the genealogy of Afrikaner anthropology
      1. ROBERT GORDON
    2. R on the founding fathers, fieldwork and functionalism: a conversation with Isaac Schapera
      1. JEAN COMAROFF
        JOHN L. COMAROFF
    3. R the "Rock Creek,“ Montana festival of nations as reflexive performance
      1. C. Adrian Heidenreich
    4. R Durkheim and the Papuan male cult: Whitehead's views on social structure and ritual in New Guinea
      1. James F. Weiner

Review

    1. R Good Families of Barcelona: A Social History of Power in the industrial Era. GARY WRAY MCDONOGH
      1. VERENA STOLCKE
    2. R Socialists of Rural Andalusia: Unacknowledged Revolutionaries of the Second Republic. GEORGE A. COLLIER
      1. ENRIQUE LUQUE-BAENA
    3. R Family Fortunes: Men and women of the English middle class, 1780–1850. LEONORE DAVIDOFF and CATHERINE HALL
      1. RICHARD HANDLER
    4. R Culture Builders: A Historical Anthropology of Middle-class Life. JONAS FRYKMAN and ORVAR LÖFGREN (translated by Alan Crozier)
      1. HERVÉ VARENNE
    5. R Occupation and Society: the East Anglian Fishermen 1880–1914. TREVOR LUMMIS
      1. JANE NADEL-KLEIN
    6. R Men Who Migrate, Women Who Watt: Population and History in a Portuguese Parish. CAROLINE B. BRETTELL
      1. JANE F. COLLIER
    7. R Sons of Adam, Daughters of Eve: The Peasant Worldview of the Alto Minho. JOAO DE PINACABRAL
      1. RICARDO SANMARTIN
    8. R Gender and Power in Rural Greece. JILL DUBISCH, ed
      1. ADAMANTIA POLLIS
    9. R Australian Ways: Anthropological Studies of an industrial Society. LEONORE MANDERSON, ed
      1. RICHARD BASHAM
    10. R God's Choice: The Total World of a Fundamentalist Christian School. ALAN PESHKIN
      1. SUSAN HARDINC
    11. R Avenues to Adulthood: The Origins of the High School and Social Mobility in an American Suburb. REED UEDA
      1. JACQUETTA HILL
    12. R Exile Within: The Schooling of Japanese Americans 1942-45. THOMAS JAMES
      1. MALVE HASSELL
    13. R Science Encounters the Indian, 1820–1880: The Early Years of American Ethnology. ROBERT E. BIEDER
      1. ANTHONY F. C. WALLACE
    14. R Native lords of Quito in the age of the incas: The political economy of north Andean chiefdoms. FRANK SALOMON
      1. IRENE SILVERBLATT
    15. R Tsewa's Gift: Magic and Meaning in an Amazonian Society. MICHAEL F. BROWN
      1. WAUD H. KRACKE
    16. R Bellze: A New Nation in Central America. O. NIGEL BOLLAND
      1. PAMELA WRIGHT
    17. R The Spirit and the Drum: A Memoir of Africa. EDITH TURNER
      1. A. L. EPSTEIN
    18. R The Man Called Deng Majok: A Biography of Power, Polygyny, and Change. FRANCIS MADING DENG
      1. SHARON HUTCHINSON
    19. R South Africa and the Anthropologist. ADAM KUPER. London and New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul
      1. HOYT ALVERSON
    20. R The story of an African famine: Gender and famine in twentieth-century Matawi. MEGAN VAUGHAN
      1. TOLA OLU PEARCE
    21. R The Anthropology of Food in Rural igboland, Nigeria: Socioeconomic and Cultural Aspects of Food and Food Habit in Rural igboland. L.C. OKERE. Lanham
      1. CLORIA LEVITAS
    22. R Madagascar: Society and History. CONRAD PHILLIP KOTTAK, JEAN-AIME RAKOTOARISOA, AIDAN SOUTHALL, and PIERRE VERIN, eds
      1. PETER WILSON
    23. R Blessing to Violence: History and ideology in the Circumcision Ritual of the Merina of Madagascar. MAURICE BLOCH
      1. GILLIAN FEELEY-HARNIK
    24. R Age Class Systems: Social institutions and Polities Based on Age. BERNARDO BERNARDI
      1. P. T. W. BAXTER
    25. R The Creation of Patriarchy. GERDA LERNER
      1. DEBORAH GEWERTZ