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Original Articles

    1. R The Master Art, the Haptic, and the Concorporate
      1. George Mentore
    2. R "Here No Poop“: The Dangers and Prospects of Intersubjective Relations in Amerindian Political Economies of Life
      1. Fernando Santos-Granero
    3. R The Intersubjective Life of Cassava among the Waiwai
      1. Laura Mentore
    4. R Fixed Forms and Fluid Powers: Intersubjective Cosmos and Personhood
      1. Robin M. Wright
    5. R Making and Unmaking Panará Beadwork—Or, How to Overcome the Fixity of Material Things
      1. Elizabeth Ewart
    6. R Happy with the Enemy: Kinship, Pacification, and Corporeal Transformations in Trio Beer Feasts, Northeastern Amazonia
      1. Vanessa Elisa Grotti


    1. R "My Heart Can't Do What It Wants“: Sadness and Learned Empathy in a Nahua Community
      1. Dominique Raby
    2. R The Ethnographer as Apprentice: Embodying Sociomusical Knowledge in South India
      1. Amanda Weidman


    1. R The Paradox of Victor Turner's Poetry: A Preface
      1. Edith Turner
    2. R The Final Winnowing
    3. R O Autumn
    4. R Chrysanthemums
    5. R The Fall
    6. R Dusk
    7. R Where Was that Orchard?
    8. R Morning
    9. R The Vetch of that River: An Allegory
    10. R Measure Past Measure
    11. R Michelangelo's Entombment
    12. R Vision Most Holy
    13. R All Death to the Occulted Gold
    14. R The Loch
    15. R Dancing
    16. R Winter
    17. R I Love You as Leaves Fall Asleep
    18. R Remorse
    19. R I Could Weep
    20. R Could We See Them
    21. R The Psalm of Uncertainty
    22. R If This Be World
    23. R Seagulls: Portree Harbor
    24. R The Dragon-Fly Larva
    25. R In the Silent Beautiful Knowledges
    26. R In Central Africa
    27. R In Northern Rhodesia
    28. R Tell of the People
    29. R Prophetic Moonlight
    30. R July 1958
    31. R Could I Unfettered Be
    32. R Who Weeps: To Artists
    33. R Saturn's Target
      1. Victor Turner

Book Reviews

    1. R Thwarted Shamans Morten Axel Pedersen. Not Quite Shamans: Spirit Worlds and Political Lives in Northern Mongolia. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2011. xii + 224 pp., bibliography, glossary, index..
      1. Marjorie Mandelstam Balzer
    2. R Dream Cultures and the Culture of Dreaming Charles D. Laughlin. Communing with the Gods: Consciousness, Culture and the Dreaming Brain. Brisbane, Australia: Daily Grail, 2011, 586 pp..
      1. Deborah Hillman
    3. R Historical Anthropology and Anthropological History Andrew Willford & Eric Tagliacozzo, eds. Clio/Anthropos: Exploring the Boundaries between History and Anthropology. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2009, vi + 306 pp, chapter notes and bibliographies, index..
      1. Andrew P. Lyons
    4. R Who Is a Jew? Don Seeman. One People, One Blood: Ethiopian-Israelis and the Return to Judaism. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2010. x + 211 pp., notes, references, index..
      1. Harriet D. Lyons
    5. R The Politicization of Anthropology: A Cautionary Tale Andrew D. Evans. Anthropology at War: World War I and the Science of Race in Germany. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010. ix + 293 pp..
      1. Jeffrey Mifflin
    6. R Weaving Tales: Quechua Expressive Aesthetics Catherine J. Allen. Foxboy: Intimacy and Aesthetics in Andean Society. Drawings by Julia Meyerson. Austin: University of Texas Press, 2011. xii + 279 pp., appendices, notes, bibliography, indexes..
      1. Linda J. Seligmann

Books Received

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