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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R locating ethnographic practice: romance, reality, and politics in the outback
      1. FRED R. MYERS
    2. R Malangan: objects, sacrifice and the production of memory
      1. SUSANNE KÜCHLER
    3. R the defeat of hierarchy: gambling as exchange in a Sepik society
      1. WILLIAM E. MITCHELL
    4. R toward a complex model of parenthood: two African tales
      1. MICHAEL HOUSEMAN
    5. R culture and class among the "large“ farmers of eastern Ireland
      1. THOMAS M. WILSON
    6. R market relationships and market performance in Northeast Brazil
      1. TIMOTHY J. FINAN
    7. R spirit possession/spirit succession: aspects of social continuity among Malagasy speakers in Mayotte
      1. MICHAEL LAMBEK

Review Article

    1. R toward a critical anthropology
      1. NORMAN E. WHITTEN
    2. R ahead of his time? production and reception in the work of Alexander Lesser
      1. JOAN VINCENT

Comments and Reflections

    1. R inventing society
      1. ERIC R. WOLF
    2. R a social portrait of John Gibbs St. Clair Drake: an American anthropologist
      1. GEORGE CLEMENT BOND
    3. R response to Carneiro
      1. HENRI J. M. CLAESSEN
        PIETER VELDE
    4. R back eddies among the cross-currents: a reply to Claessen and van de Velde
      1. ROBERT L. CARNEIRO

Review

    1. R Colonial Madness: Mental Health in the Barbadian Social Order. LAWRENCE E. FISHER
      1. PAUL FARMER
    2. R Coping with Poverty: Adaptive Strategies In a Caribbean Village. HYMIE RUBENSTEIN
      1. DEBORAH D'AMICO-SAMUELS
    3. R Politics on Bonaire: An anthropoloqical study. ANK KLOMP
      1. FLORENCE KALM
    4. R Tobacco on the Periphery: A Case Study In Cuban Labour History, 1860–1958. JEAN STUBBS
      1. VERENA STOLCKE
    5. R Working Daughters to Working Mothers: Immigrant Women in a New England Industrial Community. LOUISE LAMPHERE
      1. IDA SUSSER
    6. R Women and the Politics of Empowerment. ANN BOOKMAN and SANDRA MORGEN, eds
      1. A. LYNN BOLLES
    7. R Gender and Kinship: Essays Toward a Unified Analysis. JANE FISHBURNE COLLIER and SYLVIA JUNKO YANAGISAKO, eds
      1. MAC MARSHALL
    8. R Cultural alternatives and a feminist anthropology: An analysis of culturally constructed gender Interests In Papua New Guinea. FREDERICK ERRINGTON and DEBORAH GEWERTZ
      1. MARY TAYLOR HUBER
    9. R Mothers of Money, Daughters of Coffee: The Wok Meri Movement. LORRAINE SEXTON
      1. PAULA BROWN SUNY
    10. R The Trobrianders of Papua New Guinea. ANNETTE B. WEINER
      1. MARTHA MACINTYRE
    11. R The Fame of Gawa: A Symbolic Study of Value Transformation in a Massim (Papua New Guinea) Society. NANCY D. MUNN
      1. FREDERICK H. DAMON
    12. R Cosmologies In the Making: A Generative Approach to Cultural Variation in Inner New Guinea. FREDRIK BARTH
      1. DON GARDNER
    13. R Anthropology in the High Valleys: Essays on the New Guinea Highlands in Honor of Kenneth E. Read. L. L. LANGNESS and TERENCE E. HAYS, eds
      1. CATHERINE H. BERNDT
    14. R Shared Wealth and Symbol: Food, Culture, and Society In Oceania and Southeast Asia. LE-NORE MANDERSON, ed
      1. R.S. KHARE
    15. R Asiwinarong: Ethos, Image, and Social Power among the Usen Barok of New Ireland. ROY WAGNER
      1. FREDERICK ERRINCTON
    16. R Making history: Pukapukan and anthropological constructions of knowledge. ROBERT BOROFSKY
      1. ANTONY HOOPER
    17. R Masters of Tradition: Consequences of Customary Land Tenure in Longana, Vanuatu. MARGARET CRITCHLOW RODMAN
      1. ROBERT TONKINSON
    18. R The Yolngu and their Land: A System of Land Tenure and the Fight for its Recognition. NANCY M. WILLIAMS
      1. NICOLAS PETERSON
    19. R Cultural Uniformity and Diversity In Micronesia. IWAO USHIJIMA and KEN-ICHI SUDO, eds
      1. LIN POYER
    20. R Palauan Cosmology: Dominance in a Traditional Micronesian Society. CELIO FERREIRA
      1. WARD H. GOODENOUGH
    21. R Sacrifice and Sharing in the Philippine Highlands: Religion and Society Among the Buid of Mindoro. THOMAS GIBSON
      1. JAMES F. EDER
    22. R The Monkey as Mirror: Symbolic Transformations in Japanese History and Ritual. EM1K0 OHNUKI-TIERNEY
      1. DAN HANDELMAN
    23. R Thailand: Buddhist Kingdom as Modern Nation-State. CHARLES F. KEYES
      1. NICHOLAS TAPP
    24. R Indonesian Religions In Transition. RITA SMITH KIPP and SUSAN RODGERS, eds
      1. JAMES J. FOX
    25. R Reviews
    26. R Native American discourse: Poetics and rhetoric. Joel Sherzer and Anthony C. Woodbury, eds
      1. KEITH BASSO
    27. R Cultural Models In Language and Thought. DOROTHY HOLLAND and NAOMI QUINN, eds
      1. MARY E. BRENNER
    28. R Women, Fire, and Dangerous Things: What Categories Reveal about the Mind. GEORGE LAKOFF
      1. RONALD W. CASSON
    29. R Politeness: Some Universals in Language Usage. PENELOPE BROWN and STEPHEN C. LEVINSON
      1. EDGAR CRECERSEN
    30. R Honor and Shame and the Unify of the Mediterranean. DAVID D. GILMORE, ed
      1. ERNESTINE FRIEDL
    31. R In the Shadow of the Holy Mountain: The Genesis of a Rural Greek Community and Its Refugee Heritage. STEPHEN D. SALAMONE
      1. MICHAEL HERZFELD
    32. R The Rose and the Thorn: Semiotic Structures in Morocco. ROGER JOSEPH and TERRI BRINT JOSEPH
      1. LAWRENCE ROSEN
    33. R Nomads and settlers In Syria and Jordan, 1800–1980. NORMAN N. LEWIS
      1. DANIEL G. BATES
    34. R Development Economics on Trial: The Anthropological Case for a Prosecution. POLLY HILL
      1. CARMEN DIANA DEERE
    35. R Culture and Human Nature: Theoretical Papers of Melford E. Spiro. BENJAMIN KILBORNE and L. L LANGNESS, eds
      1. DAVID H. SPAIN
    36. R The Ultimate Coercive Sanction: A Cross-Cultural Study of Capital Punishment. KEITH F. OTTERBEIN
      1. MARC HOWARD ROSS
    37. R The Evolution of Human Societies: From Foraging Group to Agrarian State. ALLEN W. JOHNSON and TIMOTHY EARLE
      1. ERIC B. ROSS
    38. R The Body Silent. ROBERT F. MURPHY
      1. KENNETH KENSINGER