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Contents:

Introduction

    1. R Toward a Political Ecology of Health in Medical Anthropology
      1. Hans A. Baer

Article

    1. R The Cultural Debate over Female Circumcision: The Sudanese Are Arguing This One Out for Themselves
      1. Ellen Gruenbaum
    2. R A Biocultural Perspective on Health and Household Economy in Southern Peru
      1. Thomas L. Leatherman
    3. R Farewell to Adaptationism: Unnatural Selection and the Politics of Biology
      1. Merrill Singer

Commentaries

    1. R More Than Dialogue: Contributions to the Recapturing of Anthropology
      1. Soheir A. Morsy
    2. R Should Medical Ecology Be Political?
      1. Ann McElroy

Introduction

    1. R Reconfiguring Nature and Culture: Intersections of Medical Anthropology and Technoscience Studies
      1. Monica J. Casper
        Barbara A. Koenig

Article

    1. R The Social Dynamics of Genetic Testing: The Case of Fragile-X
      1. Dorothy Nelkin
    2. R New Bottles, Old Wine: Hidden Cultural Assumptions in a Computerized Explanation System for Migraine Sufferers
      1. Diana E. Forsythe
    3. R Death in Technological Time: Locating the End of Meaningful Life
      1. Margaret Lock
    4. R From Simple Technology to Complex Arena: Classification of Pap Smears, 1917–90
      1. Adele E. Clarke
        Monica J. Casper
    5. R "How's the Baby Doing?" Struggling with Narratives of Progress in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit
      1. Linda L. Layne
    6. R Technology and Alternative Cancer Therapies: An Analysis of Heterodoxy and Constructivism
      1. David J. Hess

Research Reports

    1. R Transforming "Body Parts" into Therapeutic Tools: A Report from Germany
      1. Linda F. Hogle

Commentaries

    1. R An Excellent Prognosis
      1. Sarah Franklin
    2. R Anthropology and Technoscience Studies: Prospects for Synthesis and Ambiguity
      1. Patricia A. Kaufert
        Joseph M. Kaufert