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ALEXANDER, JEFFREY C. et al. Cultural trauma and collective identity. ix, 314 pp. fig., table, bibliogr. London, Los Angeles: Univ. California Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]42.95 (cloth), [pounds sterling]16.95 (paper)

ALI, SUKI. Mixed-race, post-race: gender, new ethnicities and cultural practices. ix, 211 pp. figs, bibliogr. Oxford, New York: Berg Publishers, 2003. [pounds sterling]50.00 (cloth), [pounds sterling]15.99 (paper)

ALLAND, ALEXANDER. Race in mind: race, IQ, and other racisms. 219 pp. bibliogr. Basingstoke, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. [pounds sterling]12.99 (paper)

BARNARD, ALAN (ed.). Hunter-gatherers in history, archaeology and anthropology. x, 278 pp. figs, tables, bibliogr. Oxford, New York: Berg Publishers, 2004. [pounds sterling]50.00 (cloth), [pounds sterling]16.99 (paper)

BENNION, JANET. Desert patriarchy: Mormon and Mennonite communities in the Chihuahua Valley. xiii, 205 pp. maps, illus., bibliogr. Tucson: Univ. Arizona Press, 2004. $45.00 (cloth)

BENVENISTE, ANNIE (ed.). Journal des anthropologues: globalisation. 369 pp. bibliogrs. Paris: AFA--Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 2004. [euro]21.50 (paper)

BERESFORD, MELANIE & TRAN NGOC ANGIE (eds). Reaching for the dream: challenges of sustainable development in Vietnam. x, 302 pp. figs, tables, bibliogrs. Leiden, Singapore: International Inst. Asian Studs./Inst. Southeast Asian Studs., 2004. S$39.90 (paper)

BESTOR, THEODORE C. Tsukiji: the fish market at the center of the world. xxviii, 411 pp. maps, tables, figs, illus., bibliogr. London, Los Angeles: Univ. California Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]39.95 (cloth), [pounds sterling]16.95 (paper)

BLACKMAN, MARGARET B. Upside down: seasons among the Nunamiut. x, 206 pp. map, illus. London, Lincoln: Univ. Nebraska Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]21.50 (cloth)

BRANTINGHAM, P. JEFFREY, STEVEN L. KUHN & KRISTOPHER W. KERRY (eds). The early Upper Paleolithic beyond Western Europe. xv, 295 pp. maps, figs, tables, illus., bibliogr. London, Los Angeles: Univ. California Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]49.95 (cloth)

CALDWELL, MELISSA L. Not by bread alone: social support in the New Russia. xv, 242 pp. illus., bibliogr London, Los Angeles: Univ. California Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]36.95 (cloth), [pounds sterling]14.95 (paper)

COLLINS, RANDALL. Interaction ritual chains. xx, 439 pp. figs, illus., bibliogr. Oxford, Princeton: Princeton Univ. Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]29.95 (cloth)

COWDERY, J.R. et al. Speaking of music: music conferences 1835-1966. xxii, 740 pp. illus., bibliogr. New York: RILM, 2004. $65.00 (cloth)

CUMMINS, BRYAN D. First nations, first dogs: Canadian aboriginal ethnocynology. 351 pp. maps, illus., bibliogr. Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd, 2004. (paper)

DALSGAARD, ANNE LINE. Matters of life and longing: female sterilization in Northeast Brazil. 253 pp. tables, illus., bibliogr. Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2004. DKK. 275 (paper)

DAS, VEENA & DEBORAH POOLE (eds). Anthropology in the margins of the state: comparative ethnographies. ix, 330 pp. bibliogr. Oxford, Santa Fe: James Currey/School of American Research Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]50.00 (cloth), [pounds sterling]16.95 (paper)

DASTON, LORRAINE (ed.). Things that talk: object lessons from art and science. 447 pp. illus., bibliogr. New York: Zone Books, 2004. [pounds sterling]22.95 (cloth)

DAVIS, ROBERT C. & GARRY R. MARVIN. Venice: the tourist maze: a cultural critique of the world's most touristed city. xi, 360 pp. maps, illus., bibliogr. London, Los Angeles: Univ. California Press, 2004. [pounds sterling]21.95 (paper)

DIEHL, RICHARD A. The Olmecs: America's first civilization. 208 pp. maps, figs, plates, illus., bibliogr. London: Thames & Hudson, 2004. [pounds sterling]27.50 (cloth)

DILLEY, R.M. Islamic and caste knowledge practices among Haalpulaar'en in Senegal: between mosque and termite mound.

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