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Contents:

ON THE COVER

    1. R MILEPOSTS: "WITHOUT A HISTORY, YOU REMAIN A MYSTERY ..."1
      1. John L. Jackson Jr.
        Deborah A. Thomas

EDITORIAL REFLECTIONS AND ABA HISTORY

    1. R TRANSFORMING ANTHROPOLOGY: THE START UP AND THE JOURNEY
      1. Arthur K. Spears
    2. R FORTY YEARS AGO: ANOTHER LOOK AT CENTURIES-LONG HEGEMONIC PRACTICES
      1. Brackette F. Williams
    3. R REFLECTIONS ON TRANSFORMING ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Irma McClaurin
    4. R SEIZING THE TIME: TRANSFORMING ANTHROPOLOGY AT A CROSSROADS
      1. Lee D. Baker
    5. R THE ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ANTHROPOLOGISTS: A BRIEF HISTORY
      1. Ira E. Harrison

BLACK ATLANTIC SACRED PRACTICES

    1. R INTRODUCTION
      1. Monica Mann
        Judy V. Rosenthal
    2. R BLACK GODS, WHITE BODIES: WESTERNERS' INITIATIONS TO VODUN IN CONTEMPORARY BENIN
      1. Jung Ran Forte
    3. R PAIN, PERSONHOOD, AND TRANSLATING SICKLE CELL ANEMIA1
      1. Monica Mann
    4. R A Certain Vodu Childhood: Dislocation Between Culture and Expression of Self
      1. Dede Tete-Rosenthal
    5. R THE NATIONAL THING IS A SCENARIO NOT MADE FOR WE THIRD WORLD MASSIVE: A CASE OF WORKING-CLASS YOUTH ON SAINT MAARTEN & SINT MAARTEN EMANCIPATING THEIR MINDS FROM EXCLUSIVE NATIONALISM
      1. Francio Guadeloupe

CSA STUDENT ESSAY CONTEST WINNER

    1. R (TRANS)NATIONALISMS, MARRONAGE, AND QUEER CARIBBEAN SUBJECTIVITIES
      1. Ronald Cummings

REFLECTIONS ON THE PRACTICE

    1. R AN (OTHER) ETHNOGRAPHIC DILEMMA: SUBJECTIVITY AND THE PREDICAMENT OF STUDYING UP
      1. Lisa Anderson-Levy

BOOK, FILM, AND VIDEO REVIEWS

    1. R The Roots of Roots: Or, How Afro-American Anthropology Got Its Start by Richard Price and Sally Price
      1. DREXEL G. WOODSON
    2. R The Island Chumash: Behavioral Ecology of a Maritime Society by Douglas J. Kennett
      1. KATHLEEN VAN VLACK
    3. R Black Behind the Ears: Dominican Racial Identity from Museums to Beauty Shops by Ginetta E. B. Candelario
      1. NICHOLE PAYNE
    4. R Vita: Life in a Zone of Social Abandonment by João Biehl
      1. CERES VICTORA
    5. R The Archaeology of Collective Action by Dean J. Saitta
      1. FRANCOIS G. RICHARD
    6. R Music, Memory, Resistance: Calypso and the Caribbean Literary Imagination by Sandra Pouchet Paquet, Patricia J. Saunders, and Stephen Stuempfle (eds.)
      1. JEANNINE MURRAY-ROMAN
    7. R Troubling the Waters: Black-Jewish Relations in the American Century by Cheryl Lynn Greenberg
      1. KATYA GIBEL MEVORACH
    8. R Participating in Development: Approaches to Indigenous Knowledge by Paul Sillitoe, Alan Bicker, and Johan Pottier (eds.)
      1. JARITA C. HOLBROOK
    9. R Resiliency in Hostile Environments: A Comunidad Agrícola in Chile's Norte Chico by William L. Alexander
      1. BRIAN J. BURKE
    10. R Outsider Within: Reworking Anthropology in the Global Age by Faye V. Harrison
      1. OLÍVIA MARIA GOMES DA CUNHA
    11. R Danced Nations, Performed Identities: Ethnographic Perspectives on Power and Performance in Africa, Choreographies of African Identities: Négritude, Dance, and the National Ballet of Senegal by Francesca Castaldi and Performance and Politics in Tanzania: The Nation on Stage by Laura Edmondson
      1. YOLANDA COVINGTON-WARD

ERRATUM

    1. R Erratum