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Contents:

Original Article

    1. R "the Vezo are not a kind of people": identity, difference, and "ethnicity" among a fishing people of western Madagascar
      1. RITA ASTUTI
    2. R cooking inside: kinship and gender in Bangangté idioms of marriage and procreation
      1. PAMELA FELDMAN-SAVELSBERG
    3. R metaphor and the metalanguage: "groups" in northeast Arnhem Land
      1. IAN KEEN
    4. R agriculture and the domestication of industry in rural Bulgaria
      1. GERALD W. CREED
    5. R smugglers or samaritans in Tucson, Arizona: producing and contesting legal truth
      1. SUSAN BIBLER COUTIN
    6. R gender ideology and nationalism in the culture and politics of Iceland
      1. DAVID KOESTER
    7. R accessibility as a discourse of space in Canadian housing cooperatives
      1. MARGARET RODMAN
        MATTHEW COOPER

Comments and Reflections

    1. R discourse, politics, and the development process: reflections on Escobar's "anthropology and the development encounter"
      1. PETER D. LITTLE
        MICHAEL PAINTER
    2. R the invented Indian: response to Strong
      1. DONALD BAHR
    3. R the invented Clifton: response to Strong
      1. ROBERT DOHERTY
    4. R on singers and lineages: response to Rushforth
      1. CLAIRE R. FARRER
    5. R on reviewing exchange paradigms: response to McKinnon
      1. ANDREW BEATTY
    6. R the discourse of contrast in Foi: a reply to Kulick
      1. JAMES F. WEINER
    7. R reflections on anticlericalism and power relations in Spain
      1. CLIFTON AMSBURY
    8. R indiscipline and indigestion: a reply to Whitten and Whitten
      1. JEREMY COOTE

Review Article

    1. R Lucy's "grammatical categories and cognition"
      1. CLIFF GODDARD

Review

    1. R After the Fact: Two Countries, Four Decades, One Anthropologist. CLIFFORD GEERTZ
      1. EMIKO OHNUKI-TIERNEY
    2. R Socialism: Ideals, Ideologies, and Local Practice. C. M. HANN, ed
      1. MARTHA LAMPLAND
    3. R An Anthropological Critique of Development: The Growth of Ignorance. MARK HOBART, ed
      1. ARTURO ESCOBAR
    4. R The Violence Within: Cultural and Political Opposition in Divided Nations. KAY B. WARREN, ed
      1. CAROL HENDRICKSON
    5. R Signs in Society: Studies in Semiotic Anthropology. RICHARD J. PARMENTIER
      1. TERRY J. PREWITT
    6. R Mimesis and Alterity: A Particular History of the Senses. MICHAEL TAUSSIG
      1. GILLES BIBEAU
    7. R Inalienable Possessions: The Paradox of Keeping-While-Giving. ANNETTE B. WEINER
      1. ROBERT J. FOSTER
    8. R Medicine, Rationality and Experience: An Anthropological Perspective. BYRON J. GOOD
      1. SARAH FRANKLIN
    9. R Shamanism, History, & the State. NICHOLAS THOMAS and CAROLINE HUMPHREY, eds
      1. VALERIO VALERI
    10. R Responsibility and Evidence in Oral Discourse. JANE H. HILL and JUDITH T. IRVINE, eds
      1. GREG URBAN
    11. R Anthropology, Art and Aesthetics. JEREMY COOTE and ANTHONY SHELTON, eds
      1. KATHLEEN BARLOW
    12. R Perilous States: Conversations on Culture, Politics, and Nation. GEORGE E. MARCUS, ed
      1. DANIEL T. LINGER
    13. R Reviews
    14. R Feminist Messages: Coding in Women's Folk Culture. JOAN NEWLON RADNER, ed
      1. ROBBIE E. DAVIS-FLOYD
    15. R Dingo Makes Us Human: Life and land in an Australian Aboriginal culture. DEBORAH BIRD ROSE
      1. MORNY JOY
    16. R Human Rights and Governance in Africa. RONALD COHEN, GORAN HYDEN, and WINSTON P. NAGAN, eds
      1. SALLY FALK MOORE
    17. R Nations Unbound: Transnational Projects, Postcolonial Predicaments, and Deterritorialized Nation-States. LINDA BASCH, NINA GLICK SCHILLER, and CRISTINA SZANTON BLANC
      1. DANIEL A. SEGAL
    18. R Of Revelation and Revolution: Christianity, Colonialism, and Consciousness in South Africa, Vol. 1. JEAN and JOHN COMAROFF
      1. KRIS L. HARDIN
    19. R Cognitive Aspects of Religious Symbolism. PASCAL BOYER, ed
      1. VICTOR C. MUNCK
    20. R The Real Economy of Zaire: The Contribution of Smuggling & Other Unofficial Activities to National Wealth. JANET MACGAFFEY, VWAKYANAKAZI MUKOHYA, RUKARANGIRA WA NKERA, BROOKE GRUNDFEST SCHOEPF, MAKWALA MA MAVAMBU YE BEDA, and WALU ENGUNDU
      1. MAHIR ŞLAUL
    21. R Mombasa, the Swahili, and the Making of the Mijikenda. JUSTIN WILLIS
      1. LINDA L. GILES
    22. R Family, Kinship and Marriage in India. PATRICIA UBEROI, ed
      1. CAROL C. MUKHOPADHYAY
    23. R Religious Nationalism: Hindus and Muslims in India. PETER VAN DER VEER
      1. MARY HANCOCK
    24. R Mukkuvar Women: Gender, Hegemony and Capitalist Transformation in a South Indian Fishing Community. KALPANA RAM
      1. DENNIS B. McGILVRAY
    25. R Cattle, Capitalism, and Class: liparakuyo Maasai Transformations. PETER RIGBY
      1. ELLIOT FRATKIN
    26. R Freedom by a Hair's Breadth: Tsimihety in Madagascar. PETER J. WILSON
      1. LESLEY A. SHARP
    27. R On Living in a Revolution and Other Essays. M. N. SRINIVAS
      1. MILTON SINGER
    28. R The Poison in the Gift: Ritual, Prestation, and the Dominant Caste in a North Indian Village. GLORIA GOODWIN RAHEJA
      1. MICHAEL MOFFATT
    29. R The Interpretation of Caste. DECLAN QUIGLEY, ed
      1. DIANE P. MINES
    30. R Chant the Names of God: Music and Culture in Bhojpuri-Speaking India. EDWARD O. HENRY
      1. HELEN MYERS
    31. R Civilized Shamans: Buddhism in Tibetan Societies. GEOFFREY SAMUEL
      1. MARCIA CALKOWSKI
    32. R Central Asia Reader: The Rediscovery of History. H. B. PAKSOY, ed
      1. ILDIKO BELLER-HANN
    33. R Taking Refuge: Lao Buddhists in North America. PENNY VAN ESTERIK
      1. NANCY J. SMITH-HEFNER
    34. R Beyond the Killing Fields: Voices of Nine Cambodian Survivors in America. USHA WELARATNA
      1. FRANK PROSCHAN
    35. R Coastal Economies, Cultural Accounts: Human Ecology and Icelandic Discourse. GÍSLI PÁLSSON
      1. JONATHAN WYLIE
    36. R Reviews
    37. R Dissociated Identities: Ethnicity, Religion and Class in an Indonesian Society. RITA SMITH KIPP
      1. MARK R. WOODWARD
    38. R Shattered World: Adaptation and Survival among Vietnam's Highland Peoples during the Vietnam War. GERALD CANNON HICKEY
      1. FRANK PROSCHAN
    39. R Culture and Society in New Order Indonesia. VIRGINIA MATHESON HOOKER, ed
      1. ELLEN RAFFERTY
    40. R Asian Visions of Authority: Religion and the Modern States of East and Southeast Asia. CHARLES F. KEYES, LAUREL KENDALL, and HELEN HARDACRE, eds
      1. JOHN R. BOWEN
    41. R South Coast New Guinea Cultures: History, Comparison, Dialectic. BRUCE M. KNAUFT
      1. MARK BUSSE
    42. R Home and Homeland: The Dialogics of Tribal and National Identities in Jordan. LINDA L. LAYNE
      1. CATHERINE C. CUTBILL
    43. R Keeping Slug Woman Alive: A Holistic Approach to American Indian Texts. GREG SARRIS
      1. ROBIN RIDINGTON
    44. R Zouk: World Music in the West Indies. JOCELYNE GUILBAULT with GAGE AVERILL, EDOUARD BENOIT, and GREGORY RABESS
      1. DAVID A. B. MURRAY
    45. R Becoming West Indian: Culture, Self, and Nation in St. Vincent. VIRGINIA HEYER YOUNG
      1. KAREN FOG OLWIG
    46. R From a Native Daughter: Colonialism and Sovereignty in Hawai'l. HAUNANI-KAY TRASK
      1. VIRGINIA R. DOMINGUEZ
    47. R Reviews
    48. R Reflections on the Folklife Festival: An Ethnography of Participant Experience. RICHARD BAUMAN, PATRICIA SAWIN, and INTA GALE CARPENTER with RICHARD ANDERSON, GERRY W. BARROW, WILLIAM J. WHEELER, and JONGSUNG YANG
      1. ANNA LAWSON
    49. R Lesbian Mothers: Accounts of Gender in American Culture. ELLEN LEWIN
      1. CONNIE S. CHAN
    50. R Vinyl Leaves: Walt Disney World and America. STEPHEN M. FJELLMAN
      1. PETER W. BLACK
    51. R Inca Cosmology and the Human Body. CONSTANCE CLASSEN
      1. JUAN M. OSSIO
    52. R Reviews
    53. R Little Brazil: An Ethnography of Brazilian Immigrants in New York City. MAXINE L. MARGOLIS
      1. NANCY FONER
    54. R Hear My Testimony: Maria Teresa Tula, Human Rights Activist of El Salvador. LYNN STEPHEN, trans. and ed
      1. KAREN BRODKIN SACKS
    55. R Exits from the Labyrinth: Culture and Ideology in the Mexican National Space. CLAUDIO LOMNITZ-ADLER
      1. HENRY A. SELBY
    56. R Barrio Rhythm: Mexican American Music in Los Angeles. STEVEN LOZA
      1. GEORGE LIPSITZ
    57. R Reviews
    58. R The Solitude of Collectivism: Romanian Villagers to the Revolution and Beyond. DAVID A. KIDECKEL
      1. DIANE C. FREEDMAN
    59. R Belonging in the Two Berlins: Kin, state, nation. JOHN BORNEMAN
      1. RUDY KOSHAR