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From The Editor

    1. R From The Editor


    1. R No New Women: Gender, "Alien," and "Citizen" in the Congressional Debate on Immigration
      1. Phyllis Pease Chock
    2. R Differences within Accounts of US Immigration Law
      1. Susan Coutin
    3. R Law and Surveillance in Non-Core Europe: A Case Study of the Andalusian Countryside
      1. Liliana Suárez-Navaz
    4. R Citizenship in the Colony: Naturalization Law and Legal Assimilation in 19th Century Algeria
      1. Andrea L. Smith
    5. R Children of Mixed Marriages on Virgin Soil: Citizenship, Descent and Place in the British Virgin Islands
      1. Bill Maurer
    6. R Constitutional Amendments and New Imaginings of the Nation: Legal Anthropological and Gendered Perspectives on "Multicultural Mexico"
      1. Hector Ortiz Elizondo
        Rosalva Aida Hernández Castillo
    7. R Legal Vernacularization and Ka Ho'okolokolonui Kanaka Maoli, The People's International Tribunal, Hawai'i 1993
      1. Sally Engle Merry
    8. R Equality, Difference, and Law in Indonesian Inheritance Practices: A Sumatran Case Study
      1. John R. Bowen
    9. R State Hegemony Writ Large: International Law and Indigenous Rights
      1. Esther Ann Griswold
    10. R Marking Difference in American Commerce: Trademarks and Alterity at Century's End
      1. Rosemary J. Coombe
    11. R Speaking Law, Making Difference
      1. Donald Brenneis

Book Reviews

    1. R The Possibility of Popular Justice: A Case Study of Community Mediation in the United States
      1. Norberto Valdez


    1. R Religion, Ritual, and Politics
      1. Mary Elaine Hegland
    2. R Sociology of Law
      1. David Lempert

Notes and Comments

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Grants and Support

    1. R National Geographic Society Research Grant

Books Received List

    1. R Books Received List