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Contents:

Articles

    1. R Mind-Body Problems
      1. Emily Martin
    2. R Ambiguity and Remembrance: Individual and Collective Memory in Finland
      1. Karen Armstrong
    3. R Singing and Silences: Transformations of Power through Javanese Seduction Scenarios
      1. Nancy I. Cooper
    4. R Re-Territorializing Transnationalism: Chinese Americans and the Chinese motherland
      1. Andrea Louie
    5. R A Fish Story: Rethinking Globalization on Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands
      1. Bill Maurer
    6. R Envisioning Identity: Deity, Person, and Practice in the Kathmandu Valley
      1. Bruce McCoy Owens

Review Article

    1. R Renovating Ecology
      1. Nora Haenn

Book Reviews

    1. R National Past-Times: Narrative, Representation, and Power in Modern China
      1. Maris Boyd Gillette
    2. R House Life:Space, Place and Family in Europe
      1. Sharon R. Roseman
    3. R Sensuous Scholarship
      1. Frances E. Mascia-Lees
    4. R Inuit Morality Play: The Emotional Education of a Three-Year-Old
      1. David Koester
    5. R Confronting the Present: Towards a Politically Engaged Anthropology
      1. Joan Vincent
    6. R The Philosophical Roots of Anthropology
      1. Mark Risjord
    7. R Camera Indica: The Social Life of Indian Photographs
      1. Gautam Ghosh
    8. R Bedouin, Settlers, and Holiday-Makers: Egypt's Changing Northwest Coast
      1. Steven C. Dinero
    9. R Ballet across Borders: Career and Culture in the World of Dancers
      1. Eduardo P. Archetti
    10. R Rigoberta Menchii and the Story of all Poor Guatemalans
      1. Kay B. Warren
    11. R Culture: A Problem that Cannot Be Solved./Culture in Mind: Cognition, Culture, and the Problem of Meaning
      1. Rebecca Lester
    12. R Indians and Anthropologists: Vine Deloria, Jr. and the Critique of Anthropology
      1. Russell Thornton
    13. R Ideologies in Action: Language Politics in Corsica
      1. Lenora A. Timm
    14. R Nation and Religion: Perspectives on Europe and Asia
      1. Steven Kemper
    15. R Erkundungen: Themen der Ethnologischen Forschung
      1. Regina Bendix
    16. R Seeing like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have Failed
      1. Woost Mike
    17. R The Rousing Drum: Ritual Practice in a Japanese Community
      1. Takie Sugiyama Lebra
    18. R Looking West
      1. Deborah Rose
    19. R The New Racism in Europe: A Sicilian Ethnography
      1. Uli Linke
    20. R Voices of Yugoslav Jewry
      1. Sascha L. Goluboff
    21. R American Indians in the Lower Mississippi Valley: Social and Economic Histories
      1. Jason Baird Jackson
    22. R Translating the Devil: Religion and Modernity among the Ewe in Ghana
      1. Judy Rosenthal
    23. R Night Skies of Aboriginal Australia: A Noctuary
      1. Claire R. Farrer
    24. R Nomai Dance Drama: A Surviving Spirit of Medieval Japan
      1. Judy Van Zile
    25. R Streetlife China
      1. Hanchao Lu
    26. R Recovering the Nation's Body: Cultural Memory, Medicine, and the Politics of Redemption
      1. Lesley A. Sharp
    27. R The Time of the Gypsies
      1. Carol Silverman
    28. R In the Circle of the Dance: Notes of an Outsider in Nepal/ An Anthropologist in Japan: Glimpses of Life in the Field
      1. Janet K. Fair
    29. R Peasants against Globalization: Rural Social Movements in Costa Rica
      1. Jane W. Gibson
    30. R Believing Identity: Pentecostalism and the Mediation of Jamaican Ethnicity and Gender in England
      1. Stephen D. Glazier
    31. R Crossing Borders: Changing Social Identities in Southern Mexico
      1. Michael Kearney
    32. R Religion, Dress and the Body
      1. Mary M. Crain
    33. R The "Better Angels" of Capitalism: Rhetoric, Narrative, and Moral Identity among Men of the American Upper Class
      1. Anne Lorimer
    34. R Net Curtains and Closed Doors: Intimacy, Family and Public Life in Dublin
      1. Camille C. O'Reilly
    35. R Construction Workers, U.S.A
      1. John Mihelich
    36. R Marketing the Menacing Fetus in Japan
      1. Marta Kirejczyk