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Original Article

    1. R reconstructing self and society: Javanese Muslim women and "the veil“
      1. SUZANNE BRENNER
    2. R love and marriage in a Sri Lankan Muslim community: toward a reevaluation of Dravidian marriage practices
      1. VICTOR C. MUNCK
    3. R contested meanings: tantra and the poetics of Mithila art
      1. CAROLYN HENNING BROWN
    4. R the pidginization of Luguru politics: administrative ethnography and the paradoxes of indirect rule
      1. PETER PELS
    5. R patterns of reinterpretation: trader-tourism in the Balkans (Bulgaria) as a picaresque metaphorical enactment of post-totalitarianism
      1. YULIAN KONSTANTINOV
    6. R imagined communities and real victims: self-determination and ethnic cleansing in Yugoslavia
      1. ROBERT M. HAYDEN
    7. R personal nationalism: a Scottish view of some rites, rights, and wrongs
      1. ANTHONY P. COHEN
    8. R the second annual Corsican spelling contest: orthography and ideology
      1. ALEXANDRA JAFFE
    9. R "how we built the road“: the politics of memory in rural Galicia
      1. SHARON R. ROSEMAN
    10. R spatializing culture: the social production and social construction of public space in Costa Rica
      1. SETHA M. LOW
    11. R the office of reason: on the politics of language and agency in a shelter for "the homeless mentally ill“
      1. ROBERT DESJARLAIS

Review Article

    1. R Lévi-Strauss in wonderland: playing chess with unusual cats
      1. NUR YALMAN

Review

    1. R Beyond Translation: Essays towards a Modern Philology. A. L. BECKER
      1. WARD KEELER
    2. R Buddhism Betrayed?: Religion, Politics, and Violence in Sri Lanka. STANLEY JEYARAJA TAMBIAH
      1. SASANKA PERERA
    3. R Women Writing Culture. RUTH BEHAR and DEBORAH A. GORDON, eds
      1. RICHARD HANDLER
    4. R Nuer Prophets: A History of Prophecy from the Upper Nile in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries. DOUGLAS H. JOHNSON
      1. WYATT MACGAFFEY
    5. R Literacy, Power and Democracy in Mozambique: The Governance of Learning from Colonization to the Present. JUDITH MARSHALL
      1. MAURIZIO GNERRE
    6. R The Broken Hoe: Cultural Reconfiguration in Blase Southeast Nigeria. DAVID URU IYAM
      1. MISTY L. BASTIAN
    7. R Reviews
    8. R Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary Japan: A Sociological Enquiry. KOSAKU YOSHINO
      1. SEUNG-MI HAN
    9. R Native and Newcomer: Making and Remaking a Japanese City. JENNIFER ROBERTSON
      1. DAVID H. SLATER
    10. R Japanese Sense of Self. NANCY R. ROSEN-BERGER
      1. ROSEMARIE BERNARD
    11. R Revolution in the Village: Tradition and Transformation in North Vietnam, 1925–1988. HY V. LUONG
      1. SHAUN KINGSLEY MALARNEY
    12. R Protection, Power and Display: Shields of Island Southeast Asia and Melanesia. ANDREW TAVARELLI, STEVEN ALPERT, SUSAN RODGERS, FLORINA CAPISTRANO-BAKER, and MICHAEL O'HANLON
      1. DEBORAH B. WAITE
    13. R The Tree and the Canoe: History and Ethnogeography of Tanna. JOËL BONNEMAISON
      1. MARGARET JOLLY
    14. R Payback: The Logic of Retribution in Melanesian Religions. G. W. TROMPF
      1. GABRIELE STÜRZENHOFECKER
    15. R To Sing with Pigs Is Human: The Concept of Person in Papua New Guinea. JANE C. GOODALE
      1. LISETTE JOSEPHIDES
    16. R From the Margins of Hindu Marriage: Essays on Gender, Religion, and Culture. LINDSEY HARLIN and PAUL B. COURTRIGHT, eds
      1. PIYA CHATTERJEE
    17. R Avenues of Participation: Family, Politics, and Networks in Urban Quarters of Cairo. DIANE SINGERMAN
      1. UNNI WIKAN
    18. R Merchants and Shopkeepers: A Historical Anthropology of an Irish Market Town, 1200–1991. P. H. GULLIVER and MARILYN SILVERMAN
      1. EUGENE HYNES
    19. R Flamenco Deep Song. TIMOTHY MITCHELL
      1. CARRIE B. DOUGLASS
    20. R Sacrificed for Honor. Italian Infant Abandonment and the Politics of Reproductive Control. DAVID L. KERTZER
      1. ANTHONY GALT
    21. R The Pueblo Revolt of 1680: Conquest and Resistance in Seventeenth-Century New Mexico. ANDREW L. KNAUT
      1. ROBERT W. PREUCEL
    22. R The Last Cannibals: A South American Oral History. ELLEN B. BASSO
      1. BETH A. CONKLIN
    23. R The Phantom Gringo Boat: Shamanic Discourse and Development in Panama. STEPHANIE C. KANE
      1. JONATHAN D. HILL
    24. R The Aztec Image of Self and Society: An Introduction to Nahua Culture. MIGUEL LEON-PORTILLA. J. JORGE KLOR DE ALVA, ed
      1. EVON Z. VOGT
    25. R Through Amazonian Eyes: The Human Ecology of Amazonian Populations. EMILIO F. MORAN
      1. RAYMOND HAMES
    26. R Echoes of the Call: Identity and Ideology among American Missionaries in Ecuador. JEFFREY SWANSON
      1. KENT MAYNARD
    27. R The Reformation of Machismo: Evangelical Conversion and Gender in Colombia. ELIZABETH E. BRUSCO
      1. MATTHEW C. GUTMANN
    28. R Fiesta, Fe, y Cultura: Celebrations of Faith and Culture in Detroit's Colonia Mexicana. LAURIE KAY SOMMERS
      1. ROBERT H. LAVENDA
    29. R A Gay Synagogue in New York. MOSHE SHOKEID
      1. ELLEN LEWIN
    30. R Blazing the Trail: Way Marks in the Exploration of Symbols. VICTOR TURNER. EDITH TURNER, ed
      1. DON HANDELMAN
    31. R The Development of Cognitive Anthropology. ROY D'ANDRADE
      1. JAMES HAMILL
    32. R Semantics and Experience: Universal Metaphors of Time in English, Mandarin, Hindi, and Sesotho. HOYT ALVERSON
      1. ROBERT E. MacLAURY
    33. R The Savage Freud and Other Essays on Possible and Retrievable Selves. ASHIS NANDY
      1. JOSEPH S. ALTER
    34. R Worlds Apart: Modernity through the Prism of the Local. DANIEL MILLER, ed
      1. DAPHNE BERDAHL