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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Mapping reeds and reading maps: the politics of representation in Lake Titicaca
      1. BENJAMIN S. ORLOVE
    2. R House rethatching in an Andean annual cycle: practice, meaning, and contradiction
      1. PETER GOSE
    3. R Poetics and politics in the Ecuadorean Andes: women's narratives of death and devil possession
      1. MARY M. CRAIN
    4. R Forbidden friends: cultural veils of female friendship in Andalusia
      1. SARAH UHL
    5. R Colonizing and transforming the criminal tribesman: the Salvation Army in British India
      1. RACHEL J. TOLEN
    6. R the canonic formula of myth and nonmyth
      1. MARK S. MOSKO
    7. R cancer, control, and causality: talking about cancer in a working-class community
      1. MARTHA BALSHEM

Comments and Reflections

    1. R Armchair musings: Stephen Tyler on Toda social organization
      1. ANTHONY R. WALKER

Review

    1. R Cloth and Human Experience. ANNETTE B. WEINER and JANE SCHNEIDER, eds. Smithsonian Series in Ethnographic Inquiry. IVAN KARP and WILLIAM L. MERRILL, eds
      1. TOBY ALICE VOLKMAN
    2. R Northern Athapaskan Art: A Beadwork Tradition. KATE C. DUNCAN
      1. JULIE CRUIKSHANK
    3. R Primitive Art in Civilized Places. SALLY PRICE
      1. IRA JACKNIS
    4. R History and Power in the Study of Law: New Directions in Legal Anthropology. JUNE STARR and JANE F. COLLIER, eds
      1. ELIZABETH MERTZ
    5. R Double Talk: Bilingualism and the Politics of Ethnicity in Catalonia. KATHRYN A. WOOLARD
      1. JACQUELINE URLA
    6. R Competence in Performance: The Creativity of Tradition in Mexicano Verbal Art. CHARLES L. BRIGGS
      1. ALLAN F. BURNS
    7. R Sign Languages of Aboriginal Australia: Cultural, Semiotic and Communicative Perspectives. ADAM KENDON
      1. KENNETH LIBERMAN
    8. R Daughters of the Canton Delta: Marriage Patterns and Economic Strategies in South China, 1860–1930. JANICE E. STOCKARD
      1. EUGENE COOPER
    9. R The Far East Comes Near: Autobiographical Accounts of Southeast Asian Students in America. LUCY NGUYEN-HONG-NHIEM and JOEL MARTIN HALPERN, eds
      1. MARY BYRNE MCDONNELL
    10. R Meaning and Power in a Southeast Asian Realm. SHELLY ERRINGTON
      1. JOEL C. KUIPERS
    11. R Gender, Power, and the Construction of the Moral Order: Studies from the Thai Periphery. NANCY EBERHARDT, ed
      1. GEHAN WIJEYEWARDENE
    12. R Arab Women in the Field: Studying Your Own Society. SORAYA ALTORKI and CAMILLIA FAWZI EL-SOLH, eds. Modern Arab Studies. TAREQ Y. ISMAEL, series ed
      1. SABRA WEBBER
    13. R Women of Marrakech: Record of a Secret Sharer, 1930–1970. LEONORA PEETS (translated by REIN TAAGEPERA)
      1. VANESSA MAHER
    14. R La Victime et ses masques: essai sur le sacrifice et la mascarade au Maghreb. ABDELLAH HAMMOUDI
      1. VINCENT CRAPANZANO CUNY