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Original Article

    1. R culture-making: performing Aboriginality at the Asia Society Gallery
      1. FRED R. MYERS
    2. R Yearnings: televisual love and melodramatic politics in contemporary China
      1. LISA B. ROFEL
    3. R dialogic dreams: creative selves coming into life in the flow of time
      1. LAURA R. GRAHAM
    4. R de-Orientalizing the Chinese family firm
      1. SUSAN GREENHALGH
    5. R stories from home: first nations, land claims, and Euro-Canadians
      1. CHARLES R. MENZIES
    6. R peasants, capitalism, and (ir)rationality
      1. VICTORIA BERNAL
    7. R ways of knowing Islam
      1. PATRICIA HORVATICH
    8. R to sell or not to sell? theory versus practice, public versus private, and the failure of liberalism: the case of Israel and its Palestinian citizens
      1. DAN RABINOWITZ

Comments and Reflections

    1. R on warfare: an answer to N. A. Chagnon
      1. JACQUES LIZOT
        SARAH DART
    2. R comment on Eugene Cooper's «cousin marriage in rural China>>
      1. DAVID M. SCHNEIDER
    3. R reply to David Schneider on «cousin marriage in rural China>>
      1. EUGENE COOPER

Review Article

    1. R on fixing ethnographic shadows
      1. J. DAVID SAPIR
    2. R museums and the reformulation of ethnographic practice
      1. SUSAN S. BEAN
    3. R subaltern historiography on the Rio Grande: on Gutiérrez's when Jesus came, the corn mothers went away
      1. SYLVIA RODRIGUEZ

Review

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      1. A. LYNN BOLLES
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      1. PAUL FAULSTICH
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      1. JOHN J. ATTINASI
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      1. PETER JUST
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      1. SHEPARD KRECH
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      1. MARIANNE SCHMINK
    13. R Communities of Grain: Rural Rebellion in Comparative Perspective. VICTOR V. MAGAGNA
      1. JAMES C. SCOTT
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        NANCY BELL
        BARBARA ROGOFF
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