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Contents:

    1. R President's Annual Report: AAA Responds to Challenges
    2. R 1996-97 AN Theme: The Known, Unknown and Unknowable in Anthropology. The View from Manywheres
      1. Richard A Shweder
    3. R AAA Welcomes Bill Davis

Correspondence

    1. R Let's Continue the Dialogue
      1. Alayne Unterberger
    2. R Getting the Respect We Deserve
      1. Richard Wilk
    3. R To Simplify or Not?
      1. Josh Chisom

    1. R AAA Board Selects Executive Director, Approves Program Changes
    2. R AAA Honors Service and Achievement
    3. R AAA Membership Benefits

Correspondence

    1. R Consider Journalistic Culture
      1. John McCreery

    1. R The Cutting Edge
    2. R The Next Frontier: Anthropology and Evolutionary Psychology
      1. Daniel M T Fessler
    3. R Direct Evidence for Prehistoric Sex Differences
      1. Kristin D Sobolik
    4. R Difficult Times for Linguistic Minorities in Panama
      1. Marta Gerdes
    5. R Conference Call
    6. R Introducing the New "Three-in-One" Member Assistance Program
    7. R AAdvance Copy
    8. R Cooperation Column
    9. R Advocacy in the Classroom
    10. R In Brief
    11. R Prizes and Awards
    12. R Media Monitor
    13. R Notes From Washington
    14. R Projecting Points
    15. R Grants and Support
    16. R Funding for Unaffiliated and Emeritus Scholars
      1. Stuart Plattner
    17. R Funding Opportunities in Information Technology, Culture and Social Institutions
    18. R New Publications
    19. R 1996-97 AN Theme: The Known, Unknown and Unknowable in Anthropology. How Much Can We Know about Human Nature?. A Interview with Michael H Robinson
    20. R Net@Working
    21. R Positions Open
    22. R Placement
    23. R STATEMENT OF POLICY

Death Notices

    1. R Death Notices

    1. R Positions Wanted

Section News

    1. R AMERICAN ETHNOLOGICAL SOCIETY
      1. Charlie Piot
    2. R ANTHROPOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT
      1. C H Stevens
    3. R ARCHEOLOGY DIVISION
      1. Patricia A McAnancy
    4. R ASSOCIATION FOR AFRICANIST ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Maria G Catteli
    5. R ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ANTHROPOLOGISTS
      1. Yvonne V Jones
    6. R ASSOCIATION FOR FEMINIST ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Cheryl Rodriguez
    7. R ASSOCIATION OF LATINA AND LATINO ANTHROPOLOGISTS
      1. Carolyn M Ybarra
    8. R ASSOCIATION FOR POLITICAL AND LEGAL ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Carol J Greenhouse
    9. R ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR ANTHROPOLOGISTS
      1. Marjorie M Schweitzer
    10. R BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY SECTION
      1. Jonathan Marks
    11. R COUNCIL ON ANTHROPOLOGY AND EDUCATION
      1. Mary E Hauser
    12. R COUNCIL FOR GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Elliott P Skinner
    13. R COUNCIL ON MUSEUM ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Molly Lee
    14. R CULTURE AND AGRICULTURE
      1. Lois Stanford
    15. R MIDDLE EAST SECTION
      1. Laurence Michalak
    16. R NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRACTICE OF ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Susan Squires
    17. R NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF STUDENT ANTHROPOLOGISTS
      1. Donald Scott Wesolowski
    18. R SOCIETY FOR ANTHROPOLOGY IN COMMUNITY COLLEGES
      1. Lloyd Miller
    19. R SOCIETY FOR THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS
      1. Constantine Hriskos
    20. R SOCIETY FOR THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF WORK
      1. David Griffith
    21. R SOCIETY FOR HUMANISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Karen Richman
    22. R SOCIETY FOR LATIN AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Lynn Stephen
    23. R SOCIETY FOR LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Leila Monaghan
    24. R SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. E J Sobo
        Ruthbeth Finerman
    25. R SOCIETY FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Holly F Mathews
    26. R SOCIETY FOR URBAN ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Signithia Fordham
    27. R SOCIETY FOR VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY
      1. Peter Biella

    1. R Meeting Calendar
    2. R 1996-97 AN Theme: The Known, Unknown and Unknowable in Anthropology: Commentary. Where Is Everybody? Anthropology and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence