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    1. R More than an Ethnic Marker: Toraja Art as Identity Negotiator
      1. Kathleen M. Adams
    2. R A Head for an Eye: Revenge in the Cambodian Genocide
      1. Alexander Laban Hinton
    3. R Infinity within the Brackets
      1. Annelise Riles
    4. R Honor and Stratification in Pohnpei, Micronesia
      1. Elizabeth Keating
    5. R An Athapaskan way of knowing: Chipewyan Ontology
      1. David M. Smith
    6. R Tangled Reconciliations: The Anglican Church and the Nisga'a of British Columbia
      1. John Barker
    7. R El Kiosko Budweiser: The Making of a "National“ Television Show in Puerto Rico
      1. Arlene Dávila
    8. R Reading the Fools' Mirror: Reconstituting Identity against National and Transnational Political Practices
      1. Hermine G. De Soto

Comments and Reflections

    1. R The Emperor's New Clothes Removed: A Critique of Besteman's "Violent Politics and the Politics of Violence“
      1. Bernhard Helander
    2. R Some Comments on Tambiah's Response
      1. Sasanka Perera
    3. R A Word or Two on "Ethics“: A Reply to Arboleda and Murray
      1. Roger N. Lancaster
    4. R A Mudfight in Same-Sex Research
      1. Paul Kutsche
    5. R A Response to Kevin Birth
      1. Daniel A. Segal
    6. R Constructing Identities in Trinidad
      1. Aisha Khan
    7. R Culture, Secrets, and Ömie History?"Dissembiance“ and the Wawaga Valley
      1. T. R. Barker


    1. R Shifting Contexts: Transformations in Anthropological Knowledge
      1. Michael A. Locher
    2. R Counterworks: Managing the Diversity of Knowledge
      1. Frank Romagosa
    3. R Things as They are: New Directions in Phenomenological Anthropology
      1. Brad Weiss
    4. R Tense Past: Cultural Essays in Trauma and Memory
      1. Brad Weiss
    5. R Terror and Taboo: The Follies, Fables and Face of Terrorism
      1. Cynthia Keppley Mahmood
    6. R Moving Words: Re-Writing Dance
      1. Helena Wulff
    7. R Body Thoughts
      1. Sarah Lamb
    8. R The Politics of Cultural Performance
      1. Carolyn Schiller Johnson
    9. R Being Changed: The Anthropology of Extraordinary Experience
      1. John C. McCall
    10. R Anthropology of Religion: A Handbook
      1. Charles Stewart
    11. R Imagined Childhoods: Self and Society in Autobiographical Accounts
      1. Ritty A. Lukose
    12. R Consumption and Everyday Life
      1. Layla Al-Zubaida
    13. R Redefining Nature: Ecology, Culture and Domestication
      1. Nathan F. Sayre
    14. R The Anthropology of Tribal and Peasant Pastoral Societies: The Dialectics of Social Cohesion and Fragmentation
      1. John C. Wood
    15. R Human Nature: A Critical Reader
      1. David Kaplan
    16. R Naven ou le donner à voir: Essai d'interprétation de I'action rituelle
      1. Andrew Strathern
    17. R Papuan Borderlands: Huli, Duna, and Ipili Perspectives on the Papua New Guinea Highlands
      1. Rupert Stasch
    18. R The Indigenous People of Asia
      1. Michael A. Locher
    19. R Understanding Witchcraft and Sorcery in Southeast Asia
      1. Bruce Kapferer
    20. R The People of the Alas Valley: A Study of an Ethnic Group of Northern Sumatra
      1. Susan Rodgers
    21. R The Ancestral Lords: Gender, Descent, and Spirits in a Northern Thai Village
      1. Mary Beth Mills
    22. R Perspectives on Chinese Society: Anthropological Views from Japan
      1. Lihua Wang
    23. R Women as Subjects: South Asian Histories
      1. Caitrin Lynch
    24. R Art and Life in Bangladesh
      1. Nur Yalman
    25. R Exploring Confrontation: Sri Lanka—Politics, Culture, and History
      1. Arjun Guneratne
    26. R A People of Migrants: Ethnicity, State and Religion in Karachi
      1. Kamran Asdar Ali
    27. R Of Revelation and Revolution: The Dialectics of Modernity on a South African Frontier
      1. Rijk Van Dijk
    28. R Savage Systems: Colonialism and Comparative Religion in Southern Africa
      1. Robert M. Baum
    29. R Citizen and Subject: Contemporary Africa and the Legacy of Late Colonialism
      1. Carolyn Martin Shaw
    30. R Women of Fire and Spirit: History, Faith, and Gender in Roho Religion in Western Kenya
      1. John C. Wood
    31. R Being and Becoming Oromo: Historical and Anthropological Enquiries
      1. Mikael Karlström
    32. R Gender Politics in Sudan: Islamism, Socialism, and the State
      1. Susan M. Kenyon
    33. R African Families and the Crisis of Social Change
      1. Daniel J. Smith
    34. R Playing with Time: Art and Performance in Central Mali
      1. Simon Ottenberg
    35. R Ourselves and Others: The Development of a Greek Macedonian Cultural Identity since 1912
      1. Laurie Kain Hart
    36. R Law, Violence and Community in Classical Athens/Greeks Bearing Gifts: The Public Use of Private Relationships in the Greek World, 435–353 BC
      1. Deborah Lyons
    37. R Politics and Symbols: The Italian Communist Party and the Fall of Communism
      1. Maria Minicuci
    38. R Village Voices: Coexistence and Communication in a Rural Community in Central France
      1. Deborah Reed-Danahay
    39. R Embodied Progress: A Cultural Account of Assisted Conception
      1. Susan Kahn
    40. R México Profundo: Reclaiming a Civilization
      1. Jerome M. Levi
    41. R History, Power, and Identity: Ethnogenesis In the Americas, 1492–1992
      1. Stuart Rockefeller
    42. R Maya Cultural Activism in Guatemala
      1. John P. Hawkins
    43. R Sister Jamaica: A Study of Women, Work, and Households in Kingston
      1. Paula L. Aymer
    44. R Exposing Prejudice: Puerto Rican Experiences of Language, Race, and Class
      1. John H. Stinson-Fernandez
    45. R The Heartland Chronicles
      1. Ronald Niezen
    46. R Los Pastores: History and Performance in the Mexican Shepherd's Play of South Texas
      1. Miguel Diaz Barriga
    47. R Strong Hearts, Wounded Souls: Native American Veterans of the Vietnam War
      1. Paula L. Wagoner
    48. R Defending the Land: Sovereignty and Forest Life in James Bay Cree Society
      1. Michael E. Harkin
    49. R The Heiltsuks: Dialogues of Culture and History on the Northwest Coast
      1. Thomas Buckley