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Featured Article: Issues in Debate

    1. R making kin: kinship theory and Zumbagua adoptions
      1. MARY WEISMANTEL

Debate

    1. R nourishing kinship theory: a commentary on Weismantel's "making kin"
      1. SUSAN MCKINNON
    2. R response to McKinnon
      1. MARY WEISMANTEL

Original Article

    1. R equilibrium and extraction: dual organization in the Andes
      1. PAUL H. GELLES
    2. R Mexico: cultural globalization in a disintegrating city
      1. NÉSTOR GARCÍA CANCLINI
    3. R from tlahtocayotl to gobernadoryotl: a critical examination of indigenous rule in 18th-century central Mexico
      1. ARIJ OUWENEEL
    4. R constructing local identities in a revolutionary nation: the cultural politics of the artisan class in Nicaragua, 1979-90
      1. LES W. FIELD
    5. R women's rights are human rights: the merging of feminine and feminist interests among El Salvador's mothers of the disappeared (CO-MADRES)
      1. LYNN STEPHEN
    6. R blood, oil, honey, and water: symbolism in spirit possession sects in northeastern Brazil
      1. DOLORES J. SHAPIRO
    7. R erotic anthropology: "ritualized homosexuality" in Melanesia and beyond
      1. DEBORAH A. ELLISTON
    8. R conversion by affiliation: the history of the Karo Batak Protestant Church
      1. RITA SMITH KIPP
    9. R consumption, prostitution, and reproduction: the poetics of sweetness in bori
      1. ADELINE MASQUELIER
    10. R Hindu culture for an Indian nation: gender, politics, and elite identity in urban south India
      1. MARY HANCOCK
    11. R "I can't tell you all my troubles": conflict, resistance, and metacommunication in Bangladeshi illness interactions
      1. JAMES M. WILCE
    12. R the hexis of interpretation: Islam and the body in the Egyptian popular school
      1. GREGORY STARRETT
    13. R mon Japon: the revue theater as a technology of Japanese imperialism
      1. JENNIFER ROBERTSON

Review Article

    1. R theory and local knowledge in the history and anthropology of the body
      1. CHARLOTTE FURTH

Review

    1. R Genealogies of Religion: Discipline and Reasons of Power in Christianity and Islam. TALAL ASAD
      1. EDMUND BURKE
    2. R Social Experience and Anthropological Knowledge. KIRSTEN HASTRUP and PETER HERVIK, eds
      1. MARY M. DOI
    3. R Syncretism/Anti-Syncretism: The Politics of Religious Synthesis. CHARLES STEWART and ROSALIND SHAW, eds
      1. JOEL ROBBINS
    4. R Reviews
    5. R Rhetorics of Self-making. DEBBORA BATTAGLIA, ed
      1. ANTHONY P. COHEN
    6. R Prey into Hunter: The politics of religious experience. MAURICE BLOCH
      1. ERNESTINE MCHUGH
    7. R Understanding Rituals. DANIEL DE COPPET, ed
      1. JACOB PANDIAN
    8. R reviews
    9. R Legitimate Acts and iilegal Encounters: Law and Society in Antigua and Barbuda. MINDIE LAZARUS-BLACK
      1. COLLEEN BALLERINO COHEN
    10. R The Anthropology of Time: Cultural Constructions of Temporal Maps and Images. ALFRED GELL
      1. CAROL J. GREENHOUSE
    11. R Testing Testing: Social Consequences of the Examined Life. F. ALLAN HANSON
      1. STACIA E. ZABUSKY
    12. R The Early Writings of Bronislaw Malinowski. ROBERT J. THORNTON and PETER SKALNIK, eds. LUDWIK KRZYZANOWSKI, trans
      1. HENRIKA KUKLICK
    13. R Between Culture and Politics: Intellectuals in Modern Society. RON EYERMAN
      1. GEORGE E. MARCUS
    14. R Multilingualism. JOHN EDWARDS
      1. DAVID D. LAITIN
    15. R Others Knowing Others: Perspectives on Ethnographic Careers. DON D. FOWLER and DONALD L. HARDESTY, eds
      1. DEBORAH E. REED-DANAHAY
    16. R Semantics, Culture, and Cognition: Universal Human Concepts in Culture-Specific Configurations. ANNA WIERZBICKA
      1. EMILY A. SCHULTZ
    17. R Interpretative Archaeology. CHRISTOPHER TILLEY, ed
      1. MICHAEL DIETLER
    18. R Colonialism's Culture: Anthropology, Travel and Government. NICHOLAS THOMAS
      1. NORBERT PEABODY
    19. R Ideology and Cultural Identity: Modernity and the Third World Presence. JORGE LARRAIN
      1. TALAL ASAD
    20. R Cultural Economies Past and Present. RHODA H. HALPERIN
      1. MARK MOBERG
    21. R Third World in the First: Development and Indigenous Peoples. ELSPETH YOUNG
      1. SØREN HVALKOF
    22. R "Race," Ethnicity & Nation: International Perspectives on Social Conflict. PETER RATCLIFFE
      1. AMITAI TOUVAL
    23. R At Work in Homes: Household Workers in World Perspective. ROGER SANJEK and SHELLEE COLEN, eds
      1. NICOLE CONSTABLE
    24. R Fictions of Feminist Ethnography. KAMALA VISWESWARAN
      1. RICHARD HANDLER
    25. R The Gift in Culture. ROZA GODULA, ed
      1. JAMES G. CARRIER
    26. R Disability and Culture. BENEDICTE INGSTAD and SUSAN REYNOLDS WHYTE, eds
      1. MATTHEW KOHRMAN
    27. R reviews
      1. NORA ELLEN GROCE
    28. R Encounters with Aging: Mythologies of Menopause in Japan and North America. MARGARET LOCK
      1. ELIZABETH MILLER
    29. R Clowning as Critical Practice: Performance Humor in the South Pacific. WILLIAM E. MITCHELL, ed
      1. DON HANDELMAN
    30. R Anthropology and the Peace Corps: Case Studies in Career Preparation. BRIAN E. SCHWIMMER and D. MICHAEL WARREN, eds
      1. ROBERT B. TEXTOR
    31. R Translated Woman: Crossing the Border with Esperanza's Story. RUTH BEHAR
      1. JUDITH FRIEDLANDER
    32. R Divisions and Solidarities: Gender, Class and Employment in Latin America. ALISON MACEWEN SCOTT
      1. MARY WEISMANTEL
    33. R San Rafael, Camba Town: Life in a Lowland Bolivian Peasant Community. ALLYN MACLEAN STEARMAN
      1. LYNN SIKKINK
    34. R Cumbe Reborn: An Andean Ethnography of History. JOANNE RAPPAPORT
      1. PAUL H. GELLES
    35. R Lives Together—Worlds Apart: Quechua Colonization in Jungle and City. SARAH SKAR
      1. JOANNE RAPPAPORT
    36. R Dance of the Dolphin: Transformation and Disenchantment in the Amazonian Imagination. CANDACE SLATER
      1. ELLEN B. BASSO
    37. R Indigenous Peoples and the Future of Amazonia: An Ecological Anthropology of an Endangered World. LESLIE E. SPONSEL, ed
      1. JEROME LEVI
    38. R Citrus, Strategy, and Class: The Politics of Development in Southern Belize. MARK MOBERG
      1. KEVIN A. YELVINGTON
    39. R Patriarchy on the Line: Labor, Gender, and Ideology in the Mexican Maquila Industry. SUSAN TIANO
      1. MATTHEW C. GUTMANN
    40. R Santiago de Guatemala 1541–1773: City, Caste, and the Colonial Experience. CHRISTOPHER H. LUTZ
      1. PHILIP C. PARNELL
    41. R The Decline of Community in Zinacantán: Economy, Public Life, and Social Stratification 1960–1987. FRANK CANCIAN
      1. JAN RUS
    42. R Memory, Myth, and Time in Mexico: From the Aztecs to independence. ENRIQUE FLORESCANO. ALBERT G. BORK, trans
      1. LES FIELD
    43. R Mestizaje in Ibero-America. CLAUDIO ESTEVA-FABREGAT
      1. PETER WADE
    44. R Cargo Cult: Strange Stories of Desire from Melanesia and Beyond. LAMONT LINDSTROM
      1. FREDERICK ERRINGTON
    45. R The Business of Marriage: Transformations in Oceanic Matrimony. RICHARD A. MARKSBURY, ed
      1. BRUCE KNAUFT
    46. R Fruit of the Motherland: Gender in an Egalitarian Society. MARIA LEPOWSKY
      1. GABRIELE STÜRZENHOFECKER
    47. R Speaking to Power: Gender and Politics in the Western Pacific. LYNN B. WILSON
      1. RICHARD J. PARMENTIER
    48. R Not the Way It Really Was: Constructing the Total Past. KLAUS NEUMANN
      1. RICHARD J. PARMENTIER
    49. R The Ngatik Massacre: History and Identity on a Micronesian Atoll. LIN POYER
      1. ALETTA BIERSACK
    50. R Hahalis and the Labour of Love: A Social Movement on Buka Island. MAX RIMOLDI and ELEANOR RIMOLDI
      1. EUGENE OGAN
    51. R More Than a Living: Fishing and the Social Order on a Polynesian Atoll. MICHAEL D. LIEBER. Conflict and Social Change series. SCOTT WHITEFORD and WILLIAM DERMAN, series eds
      1. GLENN PETERSEN
    52. R Neither Wolf nor Dog: American Indians, Environment, & Agrarian Change. DAVID RICH LEWIS
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    53. R Native Canadian Anthropology and History: A Selected Bibliography. SHEPARD KRECH III
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    54. R Ancestral Connections: Art and an Aboriginal System of Knowledge. HOWARD MORPHY
      1. FRED R. MYERS
    55. R A Place for Strangers: Towards a History of Australian Aboriginal Being. TONY SWAIN
      1. FRANÇOISE DUSSART
    56. R Re-Made in Japan: Everyday Life and Consumer Taste in a Changing Society. JOSEPH J. TOBIN, ed
      1. WILLIAM M. O'BARR
    57. R The Rise of a Refugee God: Hong Kong's Wong Tai Sin. GRAEME LANG and LARS RAGVALD
      1. JUN JING
    58. R Engendering China: Women, Culture, and the State. CHRISTINA K. GILMARTIN, GAIL HERSHATTER, LISA ROFEL, and TYRENE WHITE, eds
      1. ELLEN R. JUDD
    59. R Nomads in Central Asia: Animal husbandry and culture in transition (19th-20th Century). CAREL VAN LEEUWEN, TATJANA EMELJANENKO, and LARISA POPOVA
      1. THOMAS BARFIELD
    60. R The New Cambridge History of India, Volume III.4: Ideologies of the Raj. THOMAS R. METCALF
      1. NORBERT PEABODY
    61. R Modernity and Identity: Asian Illustrations. ALBERTO GOMES, ed
      1. JOSEPH S. ALTER
    62. R Death in Banaras. JONATHAN P. PARRY
      1. MARY HANCOCK
    63. R Cinema and the Urban Poor in South India. SARA DICKEY
      1. PURNIMA MANKEKAR
    64. R reviews
    65. R Latah in Southeast Asia: The History and Ethnography of a Culture-Bound Syndrome. ROBERT L WINZELER
      1. CAROL LADERMAN
    66. R Adat and Dinas: Balinese Communities in the Indonesian State. CAROL WARREN
      1. MARGARET J. WIENER
    67. R The Golden Peninsula: Culture and Adaptation in Mainland Southeast Asia. CHARLES F. KEYES
      1. MARY BETH MILLS
    68. R Ecology and Practical Technology: Peasant Farming Systems in Thailand. SHIGEHARU TANABE
      1. MARY BETH MILLS
    69. R Cambodian Culture since 1975: Homeland and Exile. MAY M. EBIHARA, CAROL A. MORTLAND, and JUDY LEDGERWOOD, eds
      1. LINDSAY FRENCH
    70. R Visible Women in East Coast Malay Society: On the Reproduction of Gender, Ceremonial, School and Market. INGRID RUDIE
      1. RITA SMITH KIPP
    71. R Changing Lives of Refugee Hmong Women. NANCY D. DONNELLY
      1. CAROL A. MORTLAND
    72. R Lives in Trust: The Fortunes of Dynastic Famines in Late Twentieth-Century America. GEORGE E. MARCUS with PETER DOBKIN HALL. Institutional Structures of Feeling series. GEORGE E. MARCUS, SHARON TRAWEEK, RICHARD HANDLER, and VERA ZOLBERG, series eds
      1. CHAR MILLER
    73. R The Dream Seekers: Native American Visionary Traditions of the Great Plains. LEE IRWIN
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    74. R Surviving as Indians: The Challenge of Self-Government. MENNO BOLDT
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    75. R They Called It Prairie Light: The Story of Chilocco Indian School. K. TSIANINA LOMAWAIMA
      1. ALICE LITTLEFIELD
    76. R Midwinter Rites of the Cayuga Long House. FRANK G. SPECK
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    77. R Amerindian Rebirth: Reincarnation Belief among North American Indians and inuit. ANTONIA MILLS and RICHARD SLOBODIN, eds
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    78. R Indians in Prison: Incarcerated Native Americans in Nebraska. ELIZABETH S. GROBSMITH
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    79. R Notes of a White Black Woman: Race, Color, Community. JUDY SCALES-TRENT
      1. ANGELA GILLIAM
    80. R In My Father's Study. BEN ORLOVE
      1. JONATHAN BOYARIN
    81. R Inherit the Alamo: Myth and Ritual at an American Shrine. HOLLY BEACHLEY BREAR
      1. ERIC GABLE
    82. R Environmental Values In American Culture. WILLET KEMPTON, JAMES S. BOSTER, and JENNIFER A. HARTLEY
      1. HERVÉ VARENNE
    83. R Reading Ads Socially. ROBERT GOLDMAN
      1. LEE DRUMMOND
    84. R Messages Men Hear: Constructing Masculinities. IAN M. HARRIS
      1. MATTHEW C. GUTMANN
    85. R The Transformation of Rural Life: Southern Illinois 1890–1990. JANE ADAMS
      1. MARILYN SILVERMAN
    86. R Cancer in the Community: Class and Medical Authority. MARTHA BALSHEM
      1. SUSAN M. GIACOMO
    87. R Birth as an American Rite of Passage. ROBBIE E. DAVIS-FLOYD
      1. KATHARINE YOUNG
    88. R Gender Play: Girls and Boys In School. BARRIE THORNE
      1. JOYCE E. CANAAN
    89. R Technologies of Procreation: Kinship in the Age of Assisted Conception. JEANNETTE EDWARDS, SARAH FRANKLIN, ERIC HIRSCH, FRANCES PRICE, and MARILYN STRATHERN
      1. ROBBIE E. DAVIS-FLOYD
    90. R Surrogate Motherhood: Conception in the Heart. HELENA RAGONÉ
      1. LINDA L. LAYNE
    91. R Kinship with Strangers: Adoption and Interpretations of Kinship in American Culture. JUDITH S. MODELL
      1. SUSAN MCKINNON
    92. R Beyond the Natural Body: An Archeology of Sex Hormones. NELLY OUDSHOORN
      1. DAVID G. HORN
    93. R Animal to Edible. NOELIE VIALLES. J. A. UNDERWOOD, trans
      1. JEFFREY TOBIN
    94. R reviews
    95. R The Ceremonial City: Toulouse Observed 1738–1780. ROBERT A. SCHNEIDER
      1. GARY W. MCDONOGH
    96. R Welshness Performed: Welsh Concepts of Person and Society. CAROL TROSSET
      1. GWEN KENNEDY NEVILLE
    97. R The Mother Town: Civic Ritual, Symbol, and Experience in the Borders of Scotland. GWEN KENNEDY NEVILLE
      1. JANE NADEL-KLEIN
    98. R Irish Travellers: Culture and Ethnicity. MAY McCANN, SÉAMAS Ó SÍCHÁIN, and JOSEPH RUANE, eds
      1. LAWRENCE J. TAYLOR
    99. R Nordic Frontiers: Recent issues in the Study of Modern Traditional Culture in the Nordic Countries. PERTH J. ANTTONEN and REIMUND KVIDELAND, eds
      1. MYRDENE ANDERSON
    100. R Ethnicity in Eastern Europe: Questions of Migration, Language Rights & Education. SUE WRIGHT, ed
      1. KAREN-SUE TAUSSIG
    101. R The Power of Symbois against the Symbols of Power: The Rise of Solidarity and the Fail of State Socialism in Poland. JAN KUBIK
      1. JANINE R. WEDEL
    102. R Limits of Citizenship: Migrants and Postnational Membership in Europe. YASEMIN NUHOGLU SOYSAL
      1. DAVID I. KERTZER
    103. R Modernizing Women: Gender and Social Change in the Middle East. VALENTINE M. MOGHADAM. Women and Change in the Developing World. MARY H. MORAN, ed
      1. UNNI WIKAN
    104. R Baladi Women of Cairo: Playing with an Egg and a Stone. EVELYN A. EARLY
      1. UNNI WIKAN
    105. R Entre le sacre et le profane: Le temps de l'experience d'une commune arabe chrétienne. ROBERT BENEDICTY
      1. ROGER JOSEPH
    106. R Anthropology and Africa: Changing Perspectives on a Changing Scene. SALLY FALK MOORE
      1. W. ARENS
    107. R Dividing the Commons: Pontics, Policy, and Culture in Botswana. PAULINE E. PETERS
      1. CAROLINE BLEDSOE
    108. R Living with Africa. JAN VANSINA
      1. JOHN C. MCCALL
    109. R Continuity and Autonomy in Swahili Communities: Inland Influences and Strategies of Self-Determination. DAVID PARKIN
      1. KELLY ASKEW
    110. R Islamic Society and State Power In Senegal: Disciples and Citizens in Fatick. LEONARDO A. VILLALÓN
      1. RONALD NIEZEN
    111. R Spirit Possession and Personhood among the Kel Ewey Tuareg. SUSAN J. RASMUSSEN
      1. BARBARA A. WORLEY
    112. R Ngoma: Discourses of Healing in Central and Southern Africa. JOHN M. JANZEN. Comparative Studies of Health Systems and Medical Care, 34. JOHN M. JANZEN, gen. ed
      1. NANCY ROSE HUNT
    113. R Milk, Honey, and Money: Changing Concepts in Rwandan Healing. CHRISTOPHER C. TAYLOR. Smithsonian Series in Ethnographic Enquiry. WILLIAM L. MERRILL and IVAN KARP, eds
      1. LIISA MALKKI
    114. R Modernity and Its Malcontents: Ritual and Power in Postcolonial Africa. JEAN COMAROFF and JOHN COMAROFF, eds
      1. ALMA GOTTLIEB
    115. R Marriage, Perversion, and Power: The Construction of Moral Discourse in Southern Rhodesia 1894–1930. DIANA JEATER
      1. CORINNE A. KRATZ
    116. R Weaving the Threads of Life: The Khita Gyn-Eco-Logical Cult among the Yaka. RENÉ DEVISCH
      1. JONATHAN ZILBERG
    117. R Sagesse sereer: Essais sur la pensée sereer ndut. MAGUÉRITE DUPIRE
      1. PAUL STOLLER
    118. R Les frontières du mal: Approches anthropologiques de la santé et de la maladie/Kranksein und Gesundwerden im Spannungsfeld der Kulturen. MARC-OLIVIER GONSETH, ed
      1. PAMELA FELDMAN-SAVELSBERG
    119. R Dismantling Apartheid: A South African Town in Transition. WALTON R. JOHNSON
      1. EMILE BOONZAIER
    120. R Nuptuality in Sub-Saharan Africa: Contemporary Anthropological and Demographic Perspectives. CAROLINE BLEDSOE and GILLES PISON, eds
      1. PAUL W. HANSON