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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Goodly beasts, beastly goods: cattle and commodities in a South African context
      1. JOHN L. COMAROFF
    2. R the shooting at Uitenhage, South Africa, 1985: the context and interpretation of violence
      1. ROBERT J. THORNTON
    3. R Blood of the Leviathan: Western contact and warfare in Amazonia
      1. R. BRIAN FERGUSON
    4. R State versus Islam: Malay families, women's bodies, and the body politic in Malaysia
      1. AIHWA ONG
    5. R Customs and Christian conversion among Akha highlanders of Burma and Thailand
      1. CORNELIA ANN KAMMERER
    6. R Narrative practices and the social construction of self in childhood
      1. PEGGY J. MILLER
        RANDOLPH POTTS
        HEIDI FUNG
        LISA HOOGSTRA
        JUDY MINTZ
    7. R who gets ahead? cognitive responses to heteroglossia in American political culture
      1. CLAUDIA STRAUSS
    8. R "Everywhere we go, We are in danger“: Ti Manno and the emergence of a Haitian transnational identity
      1. NINA GLICK-SCHILLER
        GEORGES FOURON
    9. R the emergence of the waged life course on the United States-Mexico border
      1. JOSIAH McC. HEYMAN
    10. R Domestic trials: power and autonomy in domestic service in Zambia
      1. KAREN TRANBERG HANSEN

Review Article

    1. R Which way to the boundary?
      1. ANDREW STRATHERN

Review

    1. R The Question of the Commons: The Culture and Ecology of Communal Resources. BONNIE M. MCCAY and JAMES M. ACHESON, eds
      1. DAVID GUILLET
    2. R Lewis Henry Morgan and the Invention of Kinship. THOMAS R. TRAUTMANN
      1. H. W. SCHEFFLER
    3. R The Eighth Day: Social Evolution as the Self-Organization of Energy. RICHARD NEWBOLD ADAMS
      1. TIM INGOLD
    4. R Film and Politics in the Third World. JOHN D. H. DOWNING, ed
      1. ÁKOS ÖSTÖR
    5. R Ulysses' Sail: An Ethnographic Odyssey of Power, Knowledge, and Geographical Distance. MARY W. HELMS
      1. BRIAN M. FAGAN
    6. R How About Demons? Possession and Exorcism in the Modern World. FELICITAS D. GOODMAN
      1. SALVATORE CUCCHIARI
    7. R Learning How to Ask: A Soclolinguistic Appraisal of the Role of the Interview in Social Science Research. CHARLES L. BRIGGS
      1. SHARON SABSAY
    8. R Interpreting Women's Lives: Feminist Theory and Personal Narratives. PERSONAL NARRATIVES GROUP
      1. BARRIE THORNE
    9. R Contested Lives: The Abortion Debate in an American Community. FAYE D. GINSBURG
      1. LOUISE LAMPHERE
    10. R The False Faces of the Iroquois. WILLIAM N. FENTON
      1. DIANE ROTHENBERG
    11. R As Long as the Rivers Run: Hydroelectric Development and Native Communities in Western Canada. JAMES B. WALDRAM
      1. ADRIAN TANNER
    12. R Trail to Heaven: Knowledge and Narrative in a Northern Native Community. ROBIN RIDINGTON
      1. PETER DOUGLAS ELIAS
    13. R The Dakota of the Canadian Northwest: Lessons for Survival. PETER DOUGLAS ELIAS
      1. HENRY S. SHARP
    14. R Puerto Rican Poverty and Migration: We Just Had to Try Elsewhere. JULIO MORALES
      1. MICHAEL SWERDLOW
    15. R Puerto Rican Houses in Sociohistorical Perspective. CAROL F. JOPLING
      1. SETHA M. LOW
    16. R Aztec Warfare: Imperial Expansion and Political Control. ROSS HASSIG
      1. R. BRIAN FERGUSON
    17. R The Hold Life Has: Coca and Cultural Identity in an Andean Community. CATHERINE J. ALLEN
      1. THOMAS A. ABERCROMBIE
    18. R Orión y la mujer Pléyades: Simbolismo astronómico de los indios kaliña de Surinam. EDMUNDO MAGAÑA
      1. PETER RIVIERE
    19. R From Myth to Creation: Art from Amazonian Ecuador. DOROTHEA S. WHITTEN and NORMAN E. WHITTEN, JR
      1. PETER G. ROE
    20. R Lee Boo of Belau: A Prince in London. DANIEL J. PEACOCK
      1. ROBERT LANGDON
    21. R Cosmology and Social Life: Ritual Exchange among the Mambai of East Timor. ELIZABETH G. TRAUBE
      1. R. H. BARNES
    22. R Gender and Social Structure in Madagascar. RICHARD HUNTINGTON
      1. MAURICE BLOCH
    23. R The Flower of Paradise: The Institutionalized Use of the Drug Qat in North Yemen. JOHN G. KENNEDY
      1. FREDRIK BARTH