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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R introduction tensions of empire: colonial control and visions of rule
      1. FREDERICK COOPER
        ANN L. STOLER
    2. R colonialism, nationalism, and colonialized women: the contest in India
      1. PARTHA CHATTERJEE
    3. R making empire respectable: the politics of race and sexual morality in 20th-century colonial cultures
      1. ANN L. STOLER
    4. R images of empire, contests of conscience: models of colonial domination in South Africa
      1. JOHN L. COMAROFF
    5. R the "healthy reserve" and the "dressed native": discourses on black health and the language of legitimation in South Africa
      1. RANDALL M. PACKARD
    6. R discourses of rule and the acknowledgment of the peasantry in Dominica, W.I., 1838–1928
      1. MICHEL-ROLPH TROUILLOT
    7. R the surrogate colonization of Palestine, 1917–1939
      1. SCOTT ATRAN
    8. R from free labor to family allowances: labor and African society in colonial discourse
      1. FREDERICK COOPER

Comments and Reflections

    1. R Frederica de Laguna and the pleasures of anthropology
      1. CATHARINE McCLELLAN
    2. R the sensation of moving, while standing still
      1. SIDNEY W. MINTZ

Book Reviews

    1. R Colonlallsm and Reslstance In Belize: Essays In Historical Soclology. O. NIGEL BOLLAND
      1. PAMELA WRIGHT
    2. R Book Reviews
      1. DEBORAH A. POOLE
    3. R Coffee Pianters, Workers and Wives: Class Conflict and Gender Relations on Sã Paulo Plantations, 1850–1980. VERENA STOLCKE
      1. WILLIAM ROSEBERRY
    4. R Torres Strait Islanders: Custom and Colonialism. JEREMY BECKETT
      1. HANS DACMAR
    5. R Feuding, Conflict and Banditry In Nineteenth-Century Corsica. STEPHEN WILSON
      1. C. BOEHM
    6. R Book Reviews
      1. KENNETH M. BILBY
    7. R Culture and Context in Sudan: The Process of Market incorporation in Dar Masalit. DENNIS TULLY
      1. JAMES F. TOTH
    8. R Traders Versus the State: Anthropological Approaches to Unofficial Economies. GRACIA CLARK, ed
      1. GERALDINE GRANT
    9. R Continuities in Highland Maya Social Organization: Ethnohistory in Sacapulas, Guatemala. ROBERT M. HILL ii and JOHN MONAGHAN
      1. JOHN M. WATANABE
    10. R Maya Postclassic State Formation: Segmentary Lineage Migration in Advancing Frontiers. JOHN W. FOX
      1. GORDON R. WILLEY
    11. R Southeast Asia in the Age of Commerce 1450–1680: The Lands below the Winds. ANTHONY REID
      1. JAMES J. FOX
    12. R Trade, Traders and Trading in Rural Java. JENNIFER ALEXANDER
      1. CAROLYN D. COOK
    13. R Migrants in Europe: The Role of Family, Labor, and Politics. HANS CHRISTIAN BUECHLER and JUDITH-MARIA BUECHLER, eds
      1. WILLIAM A. DOUGLASS
    14. R Unseasonal Migrations: The Effects of Rurai Labor Scarcity in Peru. JANE L. COLLINS
      1. WILLIAM ROSEBERRY
    15. R Libyan Politics: Tribe and Revolution. An Account of Zuwaya and their Government. JOHN DAVIS. Berkeley
      1. ASHRAF GHANI
    16. R Raiders and Refugees: Trends in Chamba Political Development 1750–1950. RICHARD FARDON
      1. MICHAEL WATTS
    17. R State Formation and Political Legitimacy. RONALD COHEN and JUDITH D. TOLAND
      1. RICHARD FARDON
    18. R The Ethnic Origins of Nations. ANTHONY D. SMITH
      1. DANIEL SEGAL
    19. R Upon a Stone Altar: A History of the Island of Pohnpei to 1890. DAVID HANLON
      1. SUZANNE FALGOUT
    20. R Sheep and Land: The Economics of Power in a Tribal Society. JACOB BLACK-MICHAUD
      1. WILLIAM IRONS
    21. R Shepherds, Workers, Intellectuals: Culture and Centre-Periphery Relationships in a Sardinian Village. PETER SCHWEIZER
      1. ALLEN H. BERGER