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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Concepts for the study of regional culture
      1. CLAUDIO LOMNITZ-ADLER
    2. R Citrus and the state: factions and class formation in rural Belize
      1. MARK MOBERG
    3. R the Taos Pueblo Matachines: ritual symbolism and interethnic relations
      1. SYLVIA RODRÍGUEZ
    4. R Outside the imagined community: undocumented settlers and experiences of incorporation
      1. LEO R. CHAVEZ
    5. R "illegal aliens“ and "opportunity“: myth-making in congressional testimony
      1. PHYLLIS PEASE CHOCK
    6. R the political topography of Spanish and English: the view from a New York Puerto Rican neighborhood
      1. BONNIE URCIUOLI
    7. R Delegated voice: ritual speech, risk, and the making of marriage alliances in Anakalang
      1. WEBB KEANE
    8. R "that was the last time I seen them, and no more“: voices through time in Australian Aborigina autobiography
      1. JOHN B. HAVILAND

Review Article

    1. R Scholarly consequences: current views of the conquest of the American Southwest
      1. ALBERT L. HURTADO
    2. R do the natives prefer Durkheim?
      1. CAROL J. GREENHOUSE

Comments and Reflections

    1. R Carne con Limón: reflections on the construction of social harmlessness
      1. LAURA CUMMINGS

Book Reviews

    1. R Marriage and Inequality in Classless Societies. JANE FISHBURNE COLLIER
      1. ERNESTINE FRIEDL
    2. R The Writing of World Histories. Culture & History 5. MICHAEL HARBSMEIER and MOGENS TROLLE LARSEN, eds
      1. HARRY LIEBERSOHN
    3. R Social Action and Human Nature. AXEL HONNETH and HANS JOAS (translated by Raymond Meyer)
      1. STEVEN C. CATON
    4. R The Household Economy: Reconsidering the Domestic Mode of Production. RICHARD R. WILK, ed
      1. ERIC J. ARNOULD
    5. R Age Structuring in Comparative Perspective. DAVID I. KERTZER and K. WARNER SCHAIE, eds
      1. ANTHONY P. GLASCOCK
    6. R Women and Music in Cross-Cultural Perspective. ELLEN KOSKOFF, ed
      1. LYDIA HAMESSLEY
    7. R Book Reviews
      1. TERRY CROWLEY
    8. R Tales of the Field: On Writing Ethnography. JOHN VAN MAANEN
      1. LAWRENCE HAMMAR
    9. R From Tank Town to High Tech: The Clash of Community and Industrial Cycles. JUNE C. NASH
      1. ROGER SANJEK
    10. R Grace before Meals: Food Ritual and Body Discipline in Convent Culture. PATRICIA CURRAN
      1. EDITH TURNER
    11. R All of a Piece: A Life with Multiple Sclerosis. BARBARA D. WEBSTER
      1. GELYA FRANK
    12. R Leprosy, Racism, and Public Health: Social Policy in Chronic Disease Control. ZACHARY GUSSOW
      1. GELYA FRANK
    13. R Hearts of Sorrow: Vietnamese-American Lives. JAMES M. FREEMAN
      1. HY V. LUONG
    14. R Immigrants Settling in the City. VALERIE MARETT
      1. RICHARD BRAUN
    15. R The Anthropology of Iceland. E. PAUL DURRENBERGER and GÍSLI PÁLSSON, eds
      1. JONATHAN WYLIE
    16. R Violence and Piety in Spanish Folklore. TIMOTHY J. MITCHELL
      1. CARRIE B. DOUGLASS
    17. R Left Hand Left Behind: The Changing Gender System of a Barrio in Valencia, Spain. BRITTMARIE THURÉN
      1. SARAH UHL
    18. R ll mago, il santo, la morte, la festa: Forme religiose nella cultura popolare. ANNAMARIA RIVERA
      1. ALESSANDRO FALASSI
    19. R Coast Salish Essays. WAYNE SUTTLES
      1. YVONNE P. HAJDA
    20. R The Curtain Within: Haida Social and Mythical Discourse. MARIANNE BOELSCHER
      1. RICHARD DAUENHAUER
    21. R Cry of the Eagle: Encounters with a Cree Healer. DAVID YOUNG, GRANT INGRAM, and LISE SWARTZ
      1. ROBIN RIDINGTON
    22. R A Victorian Earl in the Arctic: The Travels and Collections of the Fifth Earl of Lonsdale 1888–89. SHEPARD KRECH III
      1. ANN FIENUP-RIORDAN
    23. R Sadie Brower Neakok: An Iñupiaq Woman. MARGARET B. BLACKMAN
      1. ANN FIENUP-RIORDAN
    24. R Marriage, Class and Colour in Nineteenth-Century Cuba: A Study of Racial Attitudes and Sexual Values in a Slave Society. VERENA MARTINEZ-ALIER. 2nd ed
      1. RAYMOND T. SMITH
    25. R Drinkers, Drummers, and Decent Folk: Ethnographic Narratives of Village Trinidad. JOHN O. STEWART
      1. KEVIN K. BIRTH
    26. R Voodoo and Politics in Haiti. MICHEL S. LAGUERRE
      1. MICHEL-ROLPH TROUILLOT
    27. R The Slippery Earth: Nahua-Christian Moral Dialogue in Sixteenth-Century Mexico. LOUISE M. BURKHART
      1. ARTHUR ANDERSON
    28. R Blood Ties: Life and Violence in Rural Mexico. JAMES B. GREENBERG
      1. PHILIP C. PARNELL
    29. R Todos Santos in Rural Tlaxcala: A Syncretic, Expressive, and Symbolic Analysis of the Cult of the Dead. HUGO G. NUTINI
      1. ELLEN BADONE
    30. R Unfinished Conversations: Mayas and Foreigners between Two Wars. PAUL SULLIVAN
      1. JOHN M. WATANABE
    31. R Lucha: The Struggles of Latin American Women. CONNIE WEIL, ed
      1. LESLEY GILL
    32. R To Weave and Sing: Art, Symbol, and Narrative in the South American Rain Forest. DAVID M. GUSS
      1. LAURA GRAHAM
    33. R Adolescence in a Moroccan Town: Making Social Sense. SUSAN SCHAEFER DAVIS and DOUGLAS A. DAVIS
      1. SORAYA ALTORKI
    34. R Becoming Nigerian in Ijo Society. MARIDA HOLLOS and PHILIP E. LEIS. Adolescents in a Changing World. BEATRICE B. WHITING and JOHN W. M. WHITING, eds
      1. PHILIP L. KILBRIDE
    35. R Boyhood Rituals in an African Society: An Interpretation. SIMON OTTENBERG
      1. PHILIP E. LEIS
    36. R The Dead Will Arise: Nongqawuse and the Great Xhosa Cattle-Killing Movement of 1856–7. J. B. PEIRES
      1. ROBERT B. EDGERTON