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Response to David B. Edwards's “Afghanistan, Ethnography, and the New World Order”: On the Involuntary Redrawing of Our Subject Matter

A Note from the Journal Editor

The Other in Chamula Tzotzil Cosmology and History: Reflections of a Kansan in Chiapas

Protestant Theories and Anthropological Knowledge: Convergent Models in the Ecuadorian Sierra

Lost in America

Occupational Hazards Revisited: Reply to Moshe Shokeid


Out of Anthropology: The Anthropologist as an Object of Dramatic Representation

Individualism, Holism, and the Market Mentality: Notes on the Recollections of a Chinese Entrepreneur

Touring Arcadia: Elements of Discursive Simulation and Cultural Struggle at a Children's Summer Camp

Anthropology and Colonial Discourse: Aspects of the Demonological Construction of Sinhala Cultural Practice

Speculations upon the Origin of Elementary Structures

Postmodernism and the Public Sphere: Implications for an Historical Ethnography

Myth, History, and Political Identity

Interpretation and Vision: A Critique of Cryptopositivism

Exceptional Experiences in Everyday Life

The Decomposition of an Event

The Country and the City on the Copperbelt

Picturing Aborigines: A Review Essay on After Two Hundred Years: Photographic Essays on Aboriginal and Islander Australia Today. Edited by Penny Taylor for the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies. Canberra: Aboriginal Studies Press, 1988

Against Ethnography

American Academic Journal Editing in the Great Bourgeois Cultural Revolution of Late 20th-Century Postmodernity: The Case of Cultural Anthropology

Missing the Revolution: Anthropologists and the War in Peru

Ethnology Brazilian Style

Some Quotes as Queries Pertaining to Bourdieu's Own Scholastic Point of View

The HRAF as Radical Text?

Our Master, Our Brother: Lévi-Strauss's Debt to Rousseau

Challenge to Authority: Bakhtin and Ethnographic Description

The Dialectics of Deeds and Words: Or Anti-the-Antis (and the Anti-Antis)

Consuming Culture (Genuine and Spurious) as Style

Montaigne and the Cannibals: Toward a Redefinition of Exoticism