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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R a day at the Tibetan opera: actualized performance and spectacular discourse
      1. MARCIA S. CALKOWSKI
    2. R Anthropology and the development encounter: the making and marketing of development anthropology
      1. ARTURO ESCOBAR
    3. R the political economy of changing property rights: dismantling a pastoral commons
      1. JEAN ENSMINGER
        ANDREW RUTTEN
    4. R the sexual division of labor and the organization of family and firm in an overseas Chinese community
      1. ELLEN OXFELD BASU
    5. R status, property, and the value on virginity
      1. ALICE SCHLEGEL
    6. R Magical misfortune in Locorotondo
      1. ANTHONY H. GALT
    7. R lack of prayer: ritual restrictions, social experience, and the anthropology of menstruation among the Tuareg
      1. SUSAN J. RASMUSSEN
    8. R Women and things: Pokot motherhood as political destiny
      1. BARBARA A. BIANCO

Review Article

    1. R Writing lesbian and gay culture: what the natives have to say for themselves
      1. ELLEN LEWIN
    2. R Measuring the Maya disconnection: violence and development in Guatemala
      1. DUNCAN EARLE

Book Reviews

    1. R Gender and Anthropology: Critical Reviews for Research and Teaching. SANDRA MORGEN, ed
      1. JANE F. COLLIER
    2. R Romantic Motives: Essays on Anthropological Sensibility. GEORGE W. STOCKING, JR., ed
      1. LIONEL GOSSMAN
    3. R Edward Sapir: Linguist, Anthropologist, Humanist. REGNA DARNELL
      1. RICHARD J. PRESTON
    4. R The Attraction of Opposites: Thought and Society in the Dualistic Mode. DAVID MAYBURY-LEWIS and URI ALMAGOR, eds
      1. MARK S. MOSKO
    5. R Literacy and Society. KAREN SCHOUSBOE and MOGENS TROLLE LARSEN, eds
      1. ELIZABETH TONKIN
    6. R The Archaeology of Political Structure: Settlement Analysis in a Classic Maya Polity. OLIVIER DE MONTMOLLIN
      1. NORMAN HAMMOND
    7. R The Anthropology of Justice: Law as Culture in Islamic Society. LAWRENCE ROSEN
      1. PETER JUST
    8. R Palestinian Costume. SHELAGH WEIR
      1. SHARIF KANAANA
    9. R People as Subject, People as Object: Selfhood and Peoplehood in Contemporary Israel. VIRGINIA R. DOMINGUEZ
      1. RIV-ELLEN PRELL
    10. R Ginger and Salt: Yemeni Jewish Women in an Israeli Town. LISA GILAD
      1. JUDITH L. GOLDSTEIN
    11. R After the Eagles Landed: The Yemenites of Israel. HERBERT S. LEWIS
      1. WALTER P. ZENNER
    12. R Yemenis in New York City: The Folklore of Ethnicity. SHALOM STAUB
      1. HERBERT S. LEWIS
    13. R Different Worlds: A Sociological Study of Taste, Choice and Success in Art. LIAH GREENFELD
      1. BETTY FARRELL
    14. R Paths Toward a Clearing: Radical Empiricism and Ethnographic Inquiry. MICHAEL JACKSON
      1. DAN ROSE
    15. R The African Frontier: The Reproduction of Traditional African Societies. IGOR KOPYTOFF, ed
      1. MATTHEW SCHOFFELEERS
    16. R Wild Spirits, Strong Medicine: African Art and the Wilderness. MARTHA G. ANDERSON and CHRISTINE MULLEN KREAMER. ENID SCHILDKROUT, ed
      1. PHILIP M. PEEK
    17. R Land Filled with Flies: A Political Economy of the Kalahari. EDWIN N. WILMSEN
      1. JACQUELINE S. SOLWAY
    18. R Distant Companions: Servants and Employers in Zambia, 1900–1985. KAREN TRANBERG HANSEN
      1. JOHAN POTTIER
    19. R Oral Epics in India. STUART H. BLACKBURN, PETER J. CLAUS, JOYCE B. FLUECKIGER, and SUSAN S. WADLEY, eds
      1. WILLIAM S. SAX
    20. R The Spiral Road: Change in a Chinese Village through the Eyes of a Communist Party Leader. HUANG SHU-MIN
      1. MARC BLECHER
    21. R Islam in Java: Normative Piety and Mysticism in the Sultanate of Yogyakarta. MARK R. WOODWARD
      1. MARGOT L. LYON
    22. R Where Are YOU/SPIRITS: Style and Theme in Berawan Prayer. PETER METCALF
      1. JANET HOSKINS
    23. R Developments in Polynesian Ethnology. ALAN HOWARD and ROBERT BOROFSKY, eds
      1. ANDREW D. CROSBY
    24. R The Pacific Theater: Island Representations of World War II. GEOFFREY M. WHITE and LAMONT LINDSTROM, eds
      1. IAN C. CAMPBELL
    25. R Being and Becoming Indian: Biographical Studies of North American Frontiers. JAMES A. CLIFTON, ed
      1. PAULINE TURNER STRONG