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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R the hegemony of discontent
      1. DANIEL T. LINGER
    2. R the burden of visions amidst reform: peasant relations to law in the Peruvian Andes
      1. LINDA J. SELIGMANN
    3. R "we have to learn to ask": hegemony, diverse experiences, and antagonistic meanings in Bolivia
      1. MARIA L. LAGOS
    4. R "proper women" and city pleasures: gender, class, and contested meanings in La Paz
      1. LESLEY GILL
    5. R Resistance to "modernity": southern Illinois farm women and the cult of domesticity
      1. JANE ADAMS
    6. R Spatiality and social change: domestic space use in Mexico and the United States
      1. ELLEN-J. PADER
    7. R Assessing the early observers: cloth and the fabric of society in 19th-century northern Thai kingdoms
      1. KATHERINE A. BOWIE
    8. R violence, sacrifice, and divination: giving and taking life in eastern Indonesia
      1. JANET HOSKINS

Review Article

    1. R a guide to the perplexed ethnographer in an age of sound bites
      1. JAMES W. FERNANDEZ

Original Article

    1. R Discursive monotheisms
      1. JOHN R. BOWEN

Review

    1. R Tradition as Truth and Communication: A cognitive description of traditional discourse. PASCAL BOYER
      1. RICHARD J. PARMENTIER
    2. R Research Agendas in the Sociology of Emotions. THEODORE D. KEMPER, ed
      1. JANE C. WELLENKAMP
    3. R Structures of Social Life: The Four Elementary Forms of Human Relations. ALAN PAGE FISKE
      1. WILLIAM LAMBERT
    4. R Women in the Third World: Gender Issues in Rural and Urban Areas. LYNNE BRYDON and SYLVIA CHANT
      1. JANE L. COLLINS
    5. R Western Apache Language and Culture: Essays in Linguistic Anthropology. KEITH H. BASSO
      1. PAMELA BUNTE
    6. R General and Amerindian Ethnolinguistics: In Remembrance of Stanley Newman. MARY RITCHIE KEY and HENRY M. HOENIGSWALD, eds
      1. LISA PHILIPS VALENTINE
    7. R Language, History and Class. PENELOPE J. CORFIELD, ed
      1. RICHARD J. PARMENTIER
    8. R Getting Paid: Youth, Crime and Work in the Inner City. MERCER L. SULLIVAN
      1. DOROTHY H. BRACEY
    9. R Cosmopolitans and Parochials: Modern Orthodox Jews in America. SAMUEL C. HEILMAN and STEVEN M. COHEN
      1. RIV-ELLEN PRELL
    10. R When the Rainbow Touches Down: The Artists and Stories behind the Apache, Navajo, Rio Grande Pueblo and Hopi Paintings in the William and Leslie Van Ness Denman Collection. TRYNTJE VAN NESS SEYMOUR
      1. SUSAN BROWN MCGREEVY
    11. R The Architecture of Conquest: Building in the Viceroyalty of Peru, 1535–1635. VALERIE FRASER
      1. THOMAS A. ABERCROMBIE
    12. R Household and Class Relations: Peasants and Landlords in Northern Peru. CARMEN DIANA DEERE
      1. DAVID NUGENT
    13. R Armenians in London: The Management of Social Boundaries. VERED AMIT TALAI
      1. SIMA APRAHAMIAN
    14. R The Jews in Modern Egypt, 1914–1952. GUDRUN KRAMER
      1. HERBERT S. LEWIS
    15. R Minorities in the Middle: A Cross-Cultural Analysis. WALTER P. ZENNER. SUNY Series in Ethnicity and Race in American Life. JOHN SIBLEY BUTLER, ed
      1. PETER I. ROSE
    16. R Waitangi: Maori and Pakeha Perspectives of the Treaty of Waitangi. I. H. KAWHARU, ed
      1. MICHÈLE D. DOMINY
    17. R The Political Economy of Mountain Java: An Interpretive History. ROBERT W. HEFNER
      1. MICHAEL R. DOVE
    18. R Gandhian Utopia: Experiments with Culture. RICHARD G. FOX
      1. MARK LIECHTY
    19. R An Immigrant Success Story: East Indians in America. ARTHUR W. HELWEG and USHA M. HELWEG
      1. MARGARET A. GIBSON
    20. R Migration, Social Change, and Health: A Samoan Community in Urban California. CRAIG R. JANES
      1. MAUREEN H. FITZGERALD
    21. R Samoan Perceptions of Work: Moving Up and Moving Around. ROBERT W. FRANCO
      1. MAUREEN H. FITZGERALD
    22. R Dutch Dilemmas: Anthropologists Look at the Netherlands. JEREMY BOISSEVAIN and JOJADA VERRIPS, eds
      1. JULIA ADAMS
    23. R Little Bit Know Something: Stories in a Language of Anthropology. ROBIN RIDINGTON
      1. HENRY S. SHARP