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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R on losing and getting a head: warfare, exchange, and alliance in a changing Sumba, 1888–1988
      1. JANET HOSKINS
    2. R Militant Hindus and Buddhist Dalits: hegemony and resistance in an Indian slum
      1. JANET A. CONTURSI
    3. R the power of detachment: disciplines of body and mind in the Ramanandi order
      1. PETER VEER
    4. R carne, carnales, and the carnivalesque: Bakhtinian batos, disorder, and narrative discourses
      1. JOSÉ E. LIMÓN
    5. R Hyenas and heteroglossia: myth and ritual among the Beng of Côte d'Ivoire
      1. ALMA GOTTLIEB
    6. R Producing their fates: why poor Basseri settled but poor Komachi and Yomut did not
      1. DANIEL BRADBURD
    7. R Feminist anthropology: the legacy of Elsie Clews Parsons
      1. LOUISE LAMPHERE

Review Article

    1. R Toward a unified theory of class, race, and gender
      1. KAREN BRODKIN SACKS

Comments and Reflections

    1. R a conversation with Irving Goldman
      1. ENID SCHILDKROUT
    2. R do Yanomamo killers have more kids?
      1. R. BRlAN FERCUSON
    3. R Response to Ferguson
      1. NAPOLEON CHAGNON
    4. R Response to Whitten
      1. MICHAEL M. J. FISCHER
        GEORGE E. MARCUS
    5. R Dialogue metaphor: literalist naivetÉ versus polyphonic informants and monophonic ethnographer
      1. NORMAN E. WHITTEN
    6. R Reply to Beidelman
      1. LUC HEUSCH
    7. R Response to de Heusch
      1. T. 0. BEIDELMAN

Reviews

    1. R Singing of Birth and Death: Texts in Performance. STUART H. BLACKBURN
      1. MARGARET TRAWlCK
    2. R Coloured Rice: Symbollc Structure In Hindu family Festivals. SUZANNE HANCHETT.
      1. PAULlNE KOLENDA
    3. R The Artisans of Banaras: Popular Culture and Identity, 1880–1986. NITA KUMAR.
      1. MATTISON MINES
    4. R Fruitful Journeys: The Ways of Rajasthani Pilgrims. ANN GRODZINS GOLD.
      1. AGEHANANDA BHARATI
    5. R An Anthropology of Curing in Multiethnic Thailand. LOUIS GOLOMB.
      1. PAUL MlCHAEL TAYLOR
    6. R Death Ritual in Late Imperial and Modern China. JAMES L. WATSON and EVELYN S. RAWSKI
      1. NORMA DIAMOND
    7. R The Structure of Chinese Rural Society: Lineage and Village in the Eastern New Territories, Hong Kong. DAVID FAURE.
      1. RUBIE S. WATSON
    8. R A Chinese Beggars' Den: Poverty and Mobility in an Underclass Community. DAVID C. SCHAK.
      1. THOMAS A. SHAW
    9. R The Chinese Laundryman: A Study of Social Isolation. PAUL C. P. SIU. JOHN KUO WEI TCHEN
      1. EUCENE COOPER
    10. R Transplanting Religious Traditions: Asian Indians in America. JOHN Y. FENTON.
      1. MAXlNE P. FISHER
    11. R Caribbean Life in New York Clty: Sociocultural Dimensions. CONSTANCE R. SUTTON and ELSA M. CHANEY
      1. HELEN I. SAFA
    12. R Black American Street Life: South Philadelphia, 1969–7971. DAN ROSE.
      1. BARBARA TEDLOCK
    13. R Carlng by the Hour: Women, Work, and Organizing at Duke Medical Center. KAREN BRODKIN SACKS
      1. NANCY FONER
    14. R Women's Work and Chicano Families: Cannery Workers of the Santa Clara Valley. PATRICIA ZAVELLA.
      1. SYLVlA RODRIGUEZ
    15. R Blood Magic: The Anthropology of Menstruation. THOMAS BUCKLEY and ALMA GOTTLIEB
      1. JANICE BODDY
    16. R The Gender of the Gift: Problems with Women and Problems with Society in Melanesia. MARILYN STRATHERN.
      1. MIRIAM KAHN
    17. R The Heart of the Pearl Shell: The Mythological Dimension of Foi Sociallty. JAMES F. WEINER.
      1. JAMES G. FLANAGAN
    18. R Nucleation in Papua New Guinea Cultures. MARVIN K. MAYERS and DANIEL D. RATH, eds
      1. MERVYN MECCIJT
    19. R The Evolution of Highland Papua New Guinea Societies. D. K. FEIL.
      1. JAMES B. WATSON
    20. R Sorcerer and Witch in Melanesia. MICHELE STEPHEN
      1. WlLLlAM E. MlTCHELL
    21. R Mandak Realities: Person and Power in Central New Ireland. BRENDA JOHNSON CLAY.
      1. ABRAHAM ROSMAN
    22. R The Changing Samoans: Behavior and Health In Transition. PAUL T. BAKER, JOEL M. HANNA, and THELMA S. BAKER
      1. BRADD SHORE CAROL WORTHMAN
    23. R Lroquois Land Claims. CHRISTOPHER VEC-SEY and WILLIAM A. STARNA
      1. DIANE ROTHENBERC
    24. R Los Pueblos de la Sierra: El poder y el espacio entre los indios del norte de Puebla hasta 1700. BERNARD0 GARCIA MARTINEZ.
      1. PEDRO CARRASCO
    25. R Where the Dove Calls: The Political Ecology of a Peasant Corporate Community in Northwestern Mexico. THOMAS E. SHERIDAN
      1. EMILIO F. MORAN
    26. R A Mexican Elite Family, 1820–1980: Kinship, Class, and Culture. LARISSA ADLER LOMNITZ and MARISOL PEREZ-LIZAUR.
      1. KAJA FINKLER
    27. R Harvest of Violence: The Maya Indians and the Guatemalan Crisis. ROBERT M. CARMACK, ed
      1. CHRlSTOPHER H. LUTZ
    28. R Lnterpreting Life Histories: An Anthropological Inquirv. LAWRENCE C. WATSON and MARIA BARBARA WATSON-FRANKE.
      1. GELYA FRANK
    29. R The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth-Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art. JAMES CLIFFORD. Cambrldge, MA:
      1. RICHARD HANDLER
    30. R "A Commonsense View of All Music“: Reflections on Percy Grainger's Contribution to Ethnomusicology and Music Education. JOHN BLACKING.
      1. TREVOR A. IONESS
    31. R Dreaming: Anthropological and Psychological Interpretations. BARBARA TEDLOCK
      1. EDWARD M. BRUNER
    32. R Constructive Drinking: Perspectives on Drink from Anthropology. MARY DOUGLAS
      1. MAC MARSHALL
    33. R Sexual Life in Anclent Egypt. LlSE MANNICHE.
      1. EDGAR GRECERSEN