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CAE 1998 Presidential Address

    1. R Keeping Educational Anthropology Relevant: Asking Good Questions Rather than Trivial Ones
      1. G. Alfred Hess


    1. R Inward Gaze and Activism as Moral Next Steps in Inquiry
      1. Ellen A. Brantlinger

30th Anniversary Reflections on the Future Work of Anthropology and Education

    1. R Looking Back, and Ahead
      1. Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt
    2. R What Will We Do When Culture Does Not Exist Anymore?
      1. Norma González
    3. R Reframing the "Field"
      1. Linda J. Rogers
        Beth Blue Swadener
    4. R Gender-Bending Anthropological Studies of Education
      1. Amy Stambach
    5. R Creating a Continuum: An Anthropology of Postcompulsory Education
      1. Jane McEldowney Jensen
    6. R Toward the Study of Communicative Development as a Life-Span Process
      1. Cynthia Dickel Dunn


    1. R Reflecting on the Reflections: Where Did We Come From? Where Are We Going?
      1. John Singleton
    2. R Comment
      1. Murray L. Wax
    3. R Reflections on Educational Intervention in Light of Postmodernism
      1. Margaret Eisenhart

Reflections from the Field

    1. R Three Categories of Cultural Knowledge Useful in Doing Cultural Therapy
      1. George Spindler
    2. R Cultural Therapy and the Explicitness of Our Intentions
      1. Tom Schram

Review Essay

    1. R Studying Schools, Studying Ourselves: Ethnographic Perspectives on Educational Reform
      1. Catherine Emihovich

Book Reviews

    1. R Studying Children in Context: Theories, Methods, and Ethics.
      1. Annette Hemmings
    2. R The Gender Politics of Educational Change.
      1. Christine Finnan
    3. R Race, Class, and Power in School Restructuring.
      1. John M. Watkins
    4. R Ethnic Identity and Power: Cultural Contexts of Political Action in School and Society.
      1. Douglas E. Foley
    5. R Constructing Female Identities: Meaning Making in an Upper Middle Class Youth Culture.
      1. Susan M. Wallace-Cowell
    6. R Educational Opportunity in an Urban American High School: A Cultural Analysis.
      1. Candy A. Baguilat
    7. R Taking Back Control: African Canadian Women Teachers' Lives and Practice.
      1. Christine Fox
    8. R The Unknown City: The Lives of Poor and Working-Class Young Adults.
      1. Catherine Emihovich
    9. R Man's Most Dangerous Myth: The Fallacy of Race
      1. Grant Jewell Rich

Index to Volume 30

    1. R Titles

Reviewers for Volume 30

    1. R Reviewers for Volume 30

Publications Received

    1. R Publications Received

Information for Authors

    1. R Information for Authors