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Original Article

    1. R the selling of San Juan: the performance of history in an Afro-Venezuelan community
      1. DAVID M. GUSS
    2. R poetics and politics of Tongan laments and eulogies
      1. ADRIENNE L. KAEPPLER
    3. R nationalizing the local past in Sri Lanka: histories of nation and development in a Sinhalese village
      1. MICHAEL D. WOOST
    4. R gender, power, and legal pluralism: Rajasthan, India
      1. ERIN P. MOORE
    5. R national texts and gendered lives: an ethnography of television viewers in a North Indian city
      1. PURNIMA MANKEKAR
    6. R power and transcendence in the Ma Tsu pilgrimages of Taiwan
      1. P. STEVEN SANGREN
    7. R Chicano Indianism: a historical account of racial repression in the United States
      1. MARTHA MENCHACA
    8. R the wizard from Oz meets the wicked witch of the East: Freeman, Mead, and ethnographic authority
      1. MAC MARSHALL

Review Article

    1. R questioning Jews
      1. VIRGINIA R. DOMINGUEZ

Review

    1. R Circles of Care: Work and Identity in Women's Lives. EMILY K. ABEL and MARGARET K. NELSON
      1. STEVEN M. ALBERT
    2. R Health in the New Age: A Study in California Holistic Practices. J. A. ENGLISH-LUECK
      1. LOUISE KRASNIEWICZ
    3. R Winds of Change: Women in Northwest Commercial Fishing. CHARLENE J. ALLISON, SUE-ELLEN JACOBS, and MARY A. PORTER
      1. DAVID C. GRIFFITH
    4. R Renunciation and Reformulation: A Study of Conversion in an American Sect. HARRIET WHITEHEAD
      1. THOMAS J. CSORDAS
    5. R Sacred Queens and Women of Consequence: Rank, Gender, and Colonialism in the Hawaiian Islands. JOCELYN LINNEKIN
      1. NICHOLAS THOMAS
    6. R The Cauldron of Ethnicity in the Modern World. MANNING NASH
      1. CLIVE S. KESSLER
    7. R The Politics of Memory: Native Historical Interpretation in the Colombian Andes. JOANNE RAPPAPORT
      1. KATHLEEN S. FINE
    8. R To Square with Genesis: Causal Statements and Shamanic Ideas in Wayapi. ALAN TOR-MAID CAMPBELL
      1. JEAN JACKSON
    9. R The Taste of Blood: Spirit Possession in Brazilian Candomblé. JIM WAFER
      1. JOHN BURDICK
    10. R Sugarball: The American Game, the Dominican Dream. ALAN M. KLEIN: The Tropic of Baseball: Baseball in the Dominican Republic. ROB RUCK
      1. GEORGE GMELCH
    11. R Educated in Romance: Women, Achievement, and College Culture. DOROTHY C. HOLLAND and MARGARET A. EISENHART
      1. CATHERINE LUTZ
    12. R The Hollow Crown: Ethnohistory of an Indian Kingdom. NICHOLAS B. DIRKS
      1. SANDRIA B. FREITAG
    13. R The Theater of the Mahabharata: Terukkuttu Performances in South India. RICHARD A. FRASCA
      1. BRUCE KAPFERER
    14. R Net of Magic: Wonders and Deceptions in India. LEE SIEGEL
      1. PETER VEER
    15. R Ambiguous Relations: Kin, Class, and Conflict among Komachi Pastoralists. DANIEL BRAD-BURD
      1. DANIEL G. BATES
    16. R Gender in Crisis: Women and the Palestinian Resistance Movement. JULIE M. PETEET
      1. LAURA NADER
    17. R The Last Word: Women, Death, and Divination in Inner Mani. C. NADIA SEREMETAKIS
      1. MARGARET TRAWICK
    18. R Property, Production, and Family in Neckarhausen, 1700–1870. DAVID WARREN SABEAN
      1. NORBERT DANNHAEUSER
    19. R Whalsay: Symbol, Segment and Boundary in a Shetland Island Community. ANTHONY P. COHEN: Scottish Crofters: A Historical Ethnography of a Celtic Village. SUSAN PARMAN
      1. JANE NADEL-KLEIN
    20. R The Corncribs of Buzet: Modernizing Agriculture in the French Southwest. PETER H. AMANN
      1. SUSAN CAROL ROGERS
    21. R Shaping Modern Times in Rural France: The Transformation and Reproduction of an Avey-ronnais Community. SUSAN CAROL ROGERS
      1. WINNIE LEM
    22. R Vilna on the Seine: Jewish Intellectuals in France since 1968. JUDITH FRIEDLANDER
      1. JUDITH L. GOLDSTEIN
    23. R Language and Symbolic Power. PIERRE BOURDIEU. JOHN B. THOMPSON, ed. GINO RAYMOND and MATTHEW ADAMSON
      1. MICHAEL SILVERSTEIN
    24. R National Ideology under Socialism: Identity and Cultural Politics in Ceausescu's Romania. KATHERINE VERDERY
      1. JOHN BORNEMAN
    25. R Mesocosm: Hinduism and the Organization of a Traditional Newar City in Nepal. ROBERT I. LEVY with the collaboration of KEDAR RAJ RAJOPADHYAYA
      1. DAVID HOLMBERG
    26. R Lao Peasants under Socialism. GRANT EVANS
      1. RANDALL IRESON
    27. R Artisans and Entrepreneurs in the Rural Philippines: Making a Living and Gaining Wealth in Two Commercialized Crafts. ROSANNE RUT-TEN
      1. NORBERT DANNHAEUSER
    28. R Opium to Java: Revenue Farming and Chinese Enterprise in Colonial Indonesia, 1860–1910. JAMES R. RUSH
      1. ANN KUMAR
    29. R Growing Up Agreeably: Bonerate Childhood Observed. HARALD BEYER BROCH
      1. ELIZABETH COVILLE
    30. R To Speak with Cloth: Studies in Indonesian Textiles. MATTIEBELLE GITTINGER
      1. ANNETTE B. WEINER
    31. R The Religious Imagination in New Guinea. GILBERT HERDT and MICHELE STEPHEN
      1. RICHARD P. WERBNER
    32. R Art and Identity in Oceania. ALLAN HANSON and LOUISE HANSON
      1. MICHAEL O'HANLON
    33. R Kitawa: A Linguistic and Aesthetic Analysis of Visual Art in Melanesia. GIANCARLO M. G. SCODITTI
      1. KATHLEEN BARLOW
    34. R Ranking and Resistance: A Precolonial Cameroonian Polity in Regional Perspective. RICHARD G. DILLON
      1. RICHARD FARDON
    35. R Cushing at Zuni: The Correspondence and Journals of Frank Hamilton Cushing, 1879–1884. JESSE GREEN
      1. PAULINE TURNER STRONG
    36. R Wolverine Myths and Visions: Dene Traditions from Northern Alberta. DENE WODIH SOCIETY, comp. PATRICK MOORE and ANGELA WHEELOCK
      1. ROBIN RIDINGTON
    37. R The Medicine Men: Oglala Sioux Ceremony and Healing. THOMAS H. LEWIS
      1. PAUL B. STEINMETZ
    38. R The Nicaraguan Mosquitia in Historical Documents, 1844–1927: The Dynamics of Ethnic and Regional History. ELEONORE VON OERTZEN, LIOBA ROSSBACH, and VOLKER WUN-DERICH
      1. CHARLES R. HALE
    39. R The Content of Culture: Constants and Variants: Studies in Honor of John M. Roberts. RALPH BOLTON
      1. MICHAEL L. BURTON
    40. R Language and the Politics of Emotion. CATHERINE A. LUTZ and LILA ABU-LUGHOD
      1. ROBERT A. PAUL