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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R Occidentalism: the world turned upside-down
      1. JAMES G. CARRIER
    2. R the inversion of tradition
      1. NICHOLAS THOMAS
    3. R Sings of quality: individualism and hierarchy in American culture
      1. CAROL J. GREENHOUSE
    4. R the changing significance of race and class in an African-American community
      1. STEVEN GREGORY
    5. R Interpreting social movements: Bolivian resistance to economic conditions imposed by the International Monetary Fund
      1. JUNE NASH
    6. R the cattle of money and the cattle of girls among the Nuer, 1930–83
      1. SHARON HUTCHINSON
    7. R the sannyasi and the Indian wrestler: the anatomy of a relationship
      1. JOSEPH S. ALTER
    8. R "since I am a woman, I will chastise my relatives": gender, reported speech, and the (re)production of social relations in Warao ritual wailing
      1. CHARLES L. BRIGGS

Review Article

    1. R Dancing culture
      1. SUSAN L. FOSTER
    2. R Cognition and common sense
      1. CECIL H. BROWN

Book Reviews

    1. R The Flocks of the Wamani: A Study of Llama Herders on the Punas of Ayacucho, Peru. KENT V. FLANNERY, JOYCE MARCUS, and ROBERT G. REYNOLDS
      1. BENJAMIN S. ORLOVE
    2. R Land and the Uses of Tradition among the Mbeere of Kenya. JACK GLAZIER
      1. ANGELIQUE HAUGERUD
    3. R Africa's Ogun: Old World and New. SANDRA T. BARNES, ed
      1. DAVID H. BROWN
    4. R Nomades et sédentarisation à Bornéo: Histoire économique et sociale. BERNARD SELLATO
      1. PETER METCALF
    5. R Emigrants, Entrepreneurs, and Evil Spirits: Life in a Philippine Village. STEPHEN GRIFFITHS
      1. JANET BAUER
    6. R Machines as the Measure of Men: Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance. MICHAEL ADAS
      1. WILLIAM ROSEBERRY
    7. R Anthropology and Politics: Visions, Traditions, and Trends. JOAN VINCENT
      1. ELIZABETH COLSON
    8. R Nationalist Ideologies and the Production of National Cultures. RICHARD G. FOX, ed
      1. RICHARD HANDLER
    9. R The Ethnographic Imagination: Textual Constructions of Reality. PAUL ATKINSON
      1. STEPHEN L. EYRE
    10. R Voices of the Mind: A Sociocultural Approach to Mediated Action. JAMES V. WERTSCH
      1. RUTH C. SMITH
    11. R How Societies Remember. PAUL CONNER-TON
      1. ERIC GABLE
    12. R Gone Primitive: Savage Intellects, Modern Lives. MARIANNA TORGOVNICK
      1. SALLY PRICE
    13. R The Love of Art: European Art Museums and Their Public. PIERRE BOURDIEU and ALAIN DARBEL with DOMINIQUE SCHNAPPER
      1. ERIC GABLE
    14. R Atlas of World Cultures: A Geographical Guide to Ethnographic Literature. DAVID H. PRICE
      1. WILLIAM C. STURTEVANT
    15. R Collegial Discourse: Professional Conversation among Peers. ALLEN D. GRIMSHAW
      1. HELEN B. SCHWARTZMAN
    16. R Colonising Egypt. TIMOTHY MITCHELL
      1. DANIEL A. SEGAL
    17. R Anthropology Through the Looking-glass: Critical Ethnography in the Margins of Europe. MICHAEL HERZFELD
      1. RICHARD HANDLER
    18. R Making Mondragon: The Growth and Dynamics of the Worker Cooperative Complex. WILLIAM FOOTE WHYTE and KATHLEEN KING WHYTE
      1. GEORGE A. COLLIER
    19. R Bonfires and Bells: National Memory and the Protestant Calendar in Elizabethan and Stuart England. DAVID CRESSY
      1. ROGER D. ABRAHAMS
    20. R Views from Within: The Japanese American Evacuation and Resettlement Study. YUJI ICHIOKA, ed
      1. ORIN STARN
    21. R Inventing AIDS. CINDY PATTON
      1. STEPHEN L. EYRE
    22. R Body/Politics: Women and the Discourses of Science. MARY JACOBUS, EVELYN FOX KELLER, SALLY SHUTTLEWORTH, eds
      1. FENELLA CANNELL
    23. R Nasty Girls, Thugs, and Humans Like Us: Social Relations between Severely Disabled and Non-disabled Students in High School. CAROLA MURRAY-SEEGERT
      1. HAROLD G. LEVINE
    24. R Bashful No Longer: An Alaskan Eskimo Eth-nohistory, 1778–1988. WENDELL H. OSWALT
      1. JOSEPH G. JORGENSEN
    25. R Oil Age Eskimos. JOSEPH G. JORGENSEN
      1. ERNEST S. BURCH
    26. R Water and the Future of the Southwest. ZACH-ARY A. SMITH, ed
      1. MICHAEL WELSH
    27. R Kilowatts and Crisis: Hydroelectric Power and Social Dislocation in Eastern Panama. ALAKA WALI
      1. ALEXANDER MOORE
    28. R Rarámuri Souls: Knowledge and Social Process in Northern Mexico. WILLIAM L. MERRILL
      1. PETER NABOKOV
    29. R Native Latin American Cultures through their Discourse. ELLEN BASSO, ed
      1. LAURA GRAHAM
    30. R Food, Gender, and Poverty in the Ecuadorian Andes. MARY J. WEISMANTEL
      1. JOHN H. MCDOWELL
    31. R Le savoir botanique des Bunaq: Percevoir et classer dans le Haut Lamaknen (Timor, Indo-néesie). CLAUDINE FRIEDBERG
      1. JAMES J. FOX