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Contents:

EDITORIAL

    1. R on transitions and change: Considerations for a Sustainable Future
      1. Jennifer A. Shannon
        Cynthia Chavez Lamar

COMMENTARIES

    1. R the april 2013 auction in paris, france
      1. Jennifer A. Shannon
        Cynthia Chavez Lamar
    2. R press release: the hopi tribe opposes auction of sacred objects in france, april 4, 2013
    3. R the sale of the "friends“: One Director's Perspective
      1. Robert G. Breunig
    4. R "L'étendard Sanglant est Leve´“ (The Bloody Banner Is Raised)
      1. Tony R. Chavarria
    5. R no photography allowed: Problematic Photographs of Sacred Objects
      1. Miranda Belarde-Lewis
    6. R buyer beware
      1. Jim Enote
    7. R the need for dialogue abroad as well as at home
      1. Ce´cile R. Ganteaume
    8. R sale of hopi masks a desecration
      1. Steven C. Moore
    9. R repatriation and the burdens of proof
      1. Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh
    10. R notes from a museum lawyer
      1. Lynda Knowles
    11. R consilience and reconciling knowledge systems
      1. Bruce Bernstein

ARTICLES

    1. R coppers from the hood: Haida Manga Interventions and Performative Acts
      1. Nicola Levell
    2. R revisiting the origins of northwest coast packstraps
      1. Leslie Main Johnson

BOOK REVIEWS

    1. R French Primitivism and the Ends of Empire, 1945–1975Daniel J. Shermanchicago: university of chicago press, 2011. 284pp.
      1. Carmen Robertson
    2. R Five Centuries of Indonesian TextilesRuth Barnes & Mary Hunt Kahlenberg, eds. munich: delmonico books, 2010. 400pp.
      1. Kathleen M. Adams
    3. R The Lives of Chinese Objects: Buddhism, Imperialism and DisplayTythacott. Louisenew york: berghahn books, 2011. 275pp.
      1. De-nin D. Lee
    4. R Peace Medals: Negotiating Power in Early AmericaRobert B. Pickering, ed. tulsa, ok: gilcrease museum, 2012. 128pp.
      1. Samuel J. Redman
    5. R Carvings and Commerce: Model Totem Poles 1880–2010Michael D. Hall, Pat Glascock, Robert Davidson, Kate Duncan, Aaron Glass, Aldona Jonaitis, Christopher W. Smith & Charlotte Townsend-Gault. saskatoon, sk: mendel art gallery in association with seattle: university of washington press, 2011. 224pp.
      1. Karen Duffek
    6. R The Painted King: Art, Activism, and Authenticity in HawaiiWharton. Glennhonolulu: university of hawai'i press, 2012. 203pp.
      1. Angela J. Neller
    7. R Kesu': The Art and Life of Doug CranmerJennifer Kramer, Gloria Cranmer Webster & Solen Roth. vancouver: douglas & mcintyre, 2012. 142pp.
      1. Megan A. Smetzer
    8. R Translating Museums: A Counterhistory of South Asian MuseologyBhatti. Shailawalnut creek, ca: left coast press, inc., 2012. 301pp.
      1. Frank J. Korom
    9. R We Are Here: The Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship 2011Jennifer Complo McNutt & Ashley Holland, eds. indianapolis: eiteljorg museum of american indians and western art, 2011. 103pp.
      1. John P. Lukavic
    10. R In the Smaller Scope of Conscience: The Struggle for National Repatriation Legislation, 1986–1990C. Timothy McKeown. tucson: university of arizona press, 2012. 270pp.
      1. Kathleen Fine-Dare
    11. R Narrating Objects, Collecting Stories: Essays in Honour of Susan M. PearceSandra H. Dudley, Amy J. Barnes, Jennifer Binnie, Julia Petrov & Jennifer Walklate, eds. new york: routledge, 2012. 282pp.
      1. Diana E. Marsh

EXHIBIT REVIEW

    1. R The Andean Tunic, 400 BCE–1800 CE. Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. new york. march 7– october 16, 2011.
      1. Blenda Femeni´as