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Original Article

    1. R "they don't have to live by the old traditions": saintly men, sinner women, and an Appalachian Pentecostal revival
      1. SHAUNNA L. SCOTT
    2. R juthaa in Trinidad: food, pollution, and hierarchy in a Caribbean diaspora community
      1. AISHA KHAN
    3. R "Los Pastores" and the gifting of performance
      1. RICHARD R. FLORES
    4. R nonunilinear descent groups in the plateau culture area
      1. LILLIAN A. ACKERMAN
    5. R public discourse on sacredness: the transfer of Ayers Rock to Aboriginal ownership
      1. ELVI WHITTAKER
    6. R political resistance in a contemporary hunter-gatherer society: more about Bearlake Athapaskan knowledge and authority
      1. SCOTT RUSHFORTH
    7. R ethnographies as texts/ethnographers as griots
      1. PAUL STOLLER
    8. R dismembering Yugoslavia: nationalist ideologies and the symbolic revival of genocide
      1. BETTE DENICH

AES Distinguished Lecture

    1. R cultural difference and the density of objects
      1. ANNETTE B. WEINER

Comments and Reflections

    1. R on cultural anesthesia: from Desert Storm to Rodney King
      1. ALLEN FELDMAN

Review

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      1. CHRISTOPHER A. WATERMAN
    2. R Power in Performance: The Creation of Textual Authority in Weyewa Ritual Speech. JOEL C. KUIPERS
      1. CHARLES L. BRIGGS
    3. R Culture and Language Development: Language Acquisition and Language Socialization in a Samoan Village. ELINOR OCHS
      1. RONALD MACAULAY
    4. R The Give and Take of Everyday Life: Language Socialization of Kaluli Children. BAMBI B. SCHIEFFELIN
      1. KAREN ANN WATSON-GEGEO
    5. R Structure and Style in Javanese: A Semiotic View of Linguistic Etiquette. J. JOSEPH ER-RINGTON
      1. NANCY M. LUTZ
    6. R Locating Dialect in Discourse: The Language of Honest Men and Bonnie Lasses in Ayr. RONALD K. S. MACAULAY
      1. BARBARA JOHNSTONE
    7. R The English-Only Question: An Official Language for Americans? DENNIS BARON
      1. MONICA HELLER
    8. R The Anthropology of War. JONATHAN HAAS, ed
      1. ROBERT THORNTON
    9. R Contemporary Futures: Perspectives from Social Anthropology. SANDRA WALLMAN, ed
      1. GARY W. MCDONOGH
    10. R Storied Lives: The Cultural Politics of Self-Understanding. GEORGE C. ROSENWALD and RICHARD L. OCHBERG, eds
      1. JONATHAN BOYARIN
    11. R Native American Architecture. PETER NABOKOV and ROBERT EASTON
      1. SUSAN KENT
    12. R Ethnobiological Classification: Principles of Categorization of Plants and Animals in Traditional Societies. BRENT BERLIN
      1. LAWRENCE A. HIRSCHFELD
    13. R Magic, Science, Religion, and the Scope of Rationality. STANLEY J. TAMBIAH
      1. GREGORY SCHREMPP
    14. R Polish Jews in Paris: The Ethnography of Memory. JONATHAN BOYARIN
      1. MICHAEL HERZFELD
    15. R Landscapes of Emotion: Mapping Three Cultures of Emotion in Indonesia. KARL G. HEIDER
      1. CHARLES W. NUCKOLLS
    16. R Managing Turbulent Hearts: A Balinese Formula for Living. UNNI WIKAN
      1. WARD KEELER
    17. R Resident Peoples and National Parks: Social Dilemmas and Strategies in International Conservation. PATRICK C. WEST and STEVEN R. BRECHIN, eds
      1. MARK POFFENBERGER