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Original Article

    1. R the substance of kinship and the heat of the hearth: feeding, personhood, and relatedness among Malays in Pulau Langkawi
      1. JANET CARSTEN
    2. R the decolonization of consciousness: local skeptics and the "will to be modern" in a West African village
      1. ERIC GABLE
    3. R dancing with corpses reconsidered: an interpretation of famadihana (in Arivonimamo, Madagascar)
      1. DAVID GRAEBER
    4. R contested ritual, contested femininities: (re)forming self and society in a Nepali women's festival
      1. DOROTHY C. HOLLAND
        DEBRA G. SKINNER
    5. R power, resistance, and the cult of Muslim saints in a northern Egyptian town
      1. EDWARD B. REEVES
    6. R the crisis of presence in Italian Pentecostal conversion
      1. GEORGE R. SAUNDERS
    7. R the cultural politics of blackness in Colombia
      1. PETER WADE
    8. R white settler assertions of native status
      1. MICHÉLE D. DOMINY
    9. R blurred boundaries: the discourse of corruption, the culture of politics, and the imagined state
      1. AKHIL GUPTA

Comments and Reflections

    1. R economic models and Blackfoot ideology
      1. GERALD T. CONATY
    2. R slaves are not kin: reply to Kopytoff
      1. CLAUDE MEILLASSOUX
    3. R a well-disciplined diet
      1. DOROTHEA S. WHITTEN
        NORMAN E. WHITTEN
    4. R on the reliability of oral and traditional history
      1. CLIFTON AMSBURY

Review Article

    1. R a conversation on Conversations: Conversations in Colombia: The Domestic Economy in Life and Text. STEPHEN GUDE-MAN and ALBERTO RIVERA
      1. STEPHEN B. BRUSH
        BENJAMIN S. ORLOVE

Review

    1. R Knowledge, Power, and Practice: The Anthropology of Medicine and Everyday Life. SHIRLEY LINDENBAUM and MARGARET LOCK
      1. MARTHA BALSHEM
    2. R Environmentalism: The view from Anthropology. KAY MILTON
      1. TRACEY HEATHEKINGTON
    3. R Mining, Politics and Development in the South Pacific. MICHAEL C. HOWARD: Conditions Not of Their Choosing: The Guaymí Indians and Mining Multinationals in Panama. CHRIS N. GJORDING
      1. EUGENE OGAN
    4. R Conversion to Christianity: Historical and Anthropological Perspectives on a Great Transformation. ROBERT W. HEFNER
      1. JANE SCHNEIDER
    5. R Rereading Cultural Anthropology. GEORGE E. MARCUS
      1. FRANCES E. MASCIA-LEES
    6. R Writing Women's Worlds: Bedouin Stories. LILA ABU-LUGHOD
      1. SOHEIR A. MORSY
    7. R The Possessed and the Dispossessed: Spirits, Identity, and Power in a Madagascar Migrant Town. LESLEY A. SHARP
      1. ERIKA BOURGUIGNON
    8. R Verbal Arts in Madagascar: Performance in Historical Perspective. LEE HARING
      1. CHARLES RANDRIAMASIMANANA
    9. R Affecting Performance: Meaning, Movement, and Experience in Okiek Women's Initiation. CORINNE A. KRATZ
      1. DRID WILLIAMS
    10. R Chinese Families in the Post-Mao Era. DEBORAH DAVIS and STEVAN HARRELL
      1. ANDREW KIPNIS
    11. R Power and Religiosity in a Post-Colonial Setting: Sinhala Catholics in Contemporary Sri Lanka. R. L. STIRRAT
      1. VICTOR C. MUNCK
    12. R Listen to the Heron's Words. GLORIA GOODWIN RAHEJA and ANN GRODZINS GOLD
      1. JANA FORTIER
    13. R Above the Clouds: Status Culture of the Modern Japanese Nobility. TAKIE SUGIYAMA LE-BRA
      1. GEORGE E. MARCUS
    14. R The Japanese Numbers Game: The Use and Understanding of Numbers in Modern Japan. THOMAS CRUMP
      1. JUDITH V. GRABINER
    15. R Tourism in South-East Asia. MICHAEL HITCHCOCK, VICTOR T. KING, and MICHAEL J. G. PARNWELL
      1. EDWARD M. BRUNER
    16. R Bangsawan: A Social and Stylistic History of Popular Malay Opera. TAN SOOI BENG: Zapin: Folk Dance of the Malay World. MOHD ANIS MD NOR
      1. SALLY A. NESS
    17. R The Antique Drums of War. JAMES H. McRAN-DLE: Feuding and Warfare: Selected Works of Keith Otterbein. KEITH F. OTTERBEIN: Studying War: Anthropological Perspectives. S. P. REYNA and R. E. DOWNS
      1. ANDREW J. STRATHERN
    18. R To Remember the Faces of the Dead: The Plenitude of Memory in Southwestern New Britain. THOMAS MASCHIO: Hard Times on Kairiru Island. MICHAEL FRENCH SMITH
      1. KAREN J. BRISON
    19. R Shooting the Sun: Ritual and Meaning in West Sepik. BERNARD JUILLERAT
      1. FREDERICK ERRINGTON
    20. R Tahitian Transformation: Gender and Capitalist Development in a Rural Society. VICTORIA S. LOCKWOOD
      1. PAUL SHANKMAN
    21. R Political Expression and Ethnicity: Statecraft and Mobilisation in the Maori World. KAYLEEN M. HAZLEHURST
      1. F. ALLAN HANSON
    22. R Cultural Capital: Mountain Zapotec Migrant Associations in Mexico City. LANE HIRA-BAYASHI
      1. CHELEEN MAHAR
    23. R Speaking Mexicano: Dynamics of Syncretic Language in Central Mexico. JANE H. HILL and KENNETH C. HILL
      1. KATHLEEN M. MURPHY
    24. R Keeping Heads above Water: Salvadoran Refugees in Costa Rica. TANYA BASOK
      1. EUGENIA GEORGES
    25. R Life Is Hard: Machismo, Danger, and the Intimacy of Power in Nicaragua. ROGER N. LANCASTER
      1. ELLEN LEWIN
    26. R Covering Ground: Communal Water Management and the State in the Peruvian Highlands. DAVID W. GUILLET
      1. JEANETTE E. SHERBONDY
    27. R Double Passage: The Lives of Caribbean Migrants Abroad and Back Home. GEORGE GMELCH
      1. EUGENIA GEORGES
    28. R Anthropology, Public Policy, and Native Peoples in Canada. NOEL DYCK and JAMES B. WALDRAM
      1. GAIL H. LANDSMAN
    29. R Cultivating the Rosebuds: The Education of Women at the Cherokee Female Seminary, 1851–1909. DEVON A. MIHESUAH
      1. K. TSIANINA LOMAWAIMA
    30. R Jones's Minimal: Low Wage Labor in the United States. DAVID GRIFFITH
      1. JOHN P. CALAGIONE
    31. R The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States. SALLY ENGLE MERRY and NEAL MIL-NER
      1. SUSAN COUTIN
    32. R Revitalizing European Rituals. JEREMY BOIS-SEVAIN
      1. RUTH MANDEL
    33. R Approaching the Past: Historical Anthropology through Irish Case Studies. MARILYN SIL-VERMAN and P. H. GULLIVER
      1. BEGOÑA ARETXAGA
    34. R Continuity and Change: Aspects of Contemporary Norway. ANNE COHEN KIEL
      1. SHARON STEPHENS