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Contents:

ON THE COVER

    1. R RACE, LANGUAGE, AND DIASPORA
      1. Deborah A. Thomas
        John L. Jackson

LANGUAGE, INEQUALITY, AND ENDANGERMENT: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND NATIVE AMERICANS

    1. R LANGUAGES AND SPEAKERS: AN INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN AMERICAN ENGLISH AND NATIVE AMERICAN LANGUAGES
      1. ARTHUR K. SPEARS
        LEANNE HINTON
    2. R UNENDANGERED DIALECT, ENDANGERED PEOPLE: THE CASE OF AFRICAN AMERICAN VERNACULAR ENGLISH
      1. WILLIAM LABOV

LANGUAGE, INEQUALITY, AND ENDANGERMENT:AFRICAN AMERICANS AND NATIVE AMERICANS

    1. R GEOGRAPHICAL DIVERSITY, RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION, AND THE VITALITY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN VERNACULAR ENGLISH AND ITS SPEAKERS
      1. JOHN R. RICKFORD

LANGUAGE, INEQUALITY, AND ENDANGERMENT: AFRICAN AMERICANS AND NATIVE AMERICANS

    1. R LANGUAGE REVITALIZATION IN NORTH AMERICA AND THE NEW DIRECTION OF LINGUISTICS
      1. LEANNE HINTON
    2. R FLOURISHING AFRICAN AMERICAN VERNACULAR ENGLISH AND ENDANGERED INDIGENOUS LANGUAGES: A COMMON THREAD
      1. JANE H. HILL

CALL AND RESPONSE: NEW DIRECTIONS FOR THINKING DIASPORA

    1. R NEW SPHERES OF TRANSNATIONAL FORMATIONS: MOBILIZATIONS OF HUMANITARIAN DIASPORAS
      1. KAMARI MAXINE CLARKE
    2. R "THE DIVERSITY OF DIASPORIC SUBJECTIVITIES: DIFFERENT AND SEPARATE ONTOLOGIES?" A RESPONSE TO KAMARI CLARKE's "NEW SPHERES OF TRANSNATIONAL FORMATIONS: MOBILIZATIONS OF HUMANITARIAN DIASPORAS"
      1. JEAN MUTEBA RAHIER
    3. R BLACK IN TIME: EXPLORING NEW ONTOLOGIES, NEW DIMENSIONS, NEW EPISTEMOLOGIES OF THE AFRICAN DIASPORA1
      1. MICHELLE M. WRIGHT
    4. R RECONCEPTUALIZING AFRICAN DIASPORAS: NOTES FROM A HISTORIAN
      1. PAUL TIYAMBE ZELEZA
    5. R RESPONSE BY AUTHOR
      1. KAMARI CLARKE

VERA GREEN AWARD WINNER

    1. R CHANGING IDEAS ABOUT HERITAGE AND HERITAGE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN HISTORICALLY SEGREGATED COMMUNITIES
      1. Antoinette Jackson

BOOK, FILM, AND VIDEO REVIEWS

    1. R Afro-Atlantic Dialogues: Anthropology in the Diaspora by Kevin A. Yelvington (ed.)
      1. PIERRE-MICHEL FONTAINE
    2. R Culture and the Senses: Bodily Ways of Knowing in an African Community by Kathryn Linn Geurts
      1. MICAH BOYER
    3. R W. Arthur Lewis and the Birth of Development Economics by Robert L. Tignor
      1. CECILIA CONRAD
    4. R The Tenants of East Harlem by Russell Leigh Sharman
      1. DANA-AIN DAVIS
    5. R Melville J. Herskovits and the Racial Politics of Knowledge by Jerry Gershenhorn
      1. R. KEVIN DONALD
    6. R Soul Hunters: Hunting, Animism, and Personhood Among the Siberian Yukaghirs by Rane Willerslev
      1. ANNIKA ERICKSEN

ERRATUM

    1. R ERRATUM FOR: MAINTAINING WHITENESS: THE FEAR OF OTHERS AND NICENESS BY SETHA LOW IN TRANSFORMING ANTHROPOLOGY, 17(2)