Philip K. Bock
THE PAST AND FUTURE OF ANTHROPOLOGY
Paula Rubel and Abraham Rosman
ANTHROPOLOGY IS DEAD, LONG LIVE ANTHRO(A)POLOGY: POST STRUCTURALISM, LITERARY STUDIES, AND ANTHROPOLOGY'S "NERVOUS PRESENT"
FIRST PRIZE IN ESSAY CONTEST ON THE "FUTURE OF ANTHROPOLOGY"
David Chioni Moore
THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF VIOLENT INTERACTION
SECOND PRIZE IN ESSAY CONTEST ON THE "FUTURE OF ANTHROPOLOGY"
COLONIALISM AND THE POISONING OF EUROPE: TOWARDS AND ANTHROPOLOGY OF COLONISTS
THIRD PRIZE IN ESSAY CONTEST ON THE "FUTURE OF ANTHROPOLOGY"
Andrea L. Smith
Handbook of Paleolithic Typology, vol. 1: Lower and Middle Paleolithic of Europe. André Debénath and Harrold Dibble. Philadelphia: The University (of Pennsylvania) Museum, 1994, ix + 202 pp., figs., $60.00 (paper). Reviewed by Lawrence Guy Straus, University of New Mexico.
The Sand Canyon Archaeological Project: A Progress Report. William D. Lipe (editor). Occasional Paper no. 2. Cortez, Colo.: Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, 1992, 145 pp., $21.95 (paper). Reviewed by Ben A. Nelson, State University of New York at Buffalo.
The Tlingit Indians. George Thornton Emmons. Edited with additions by Frederica de Laguna and a biography by Jean Low. Anthropological Papers of the American Museum of Natural History, vol. 70. Seattle and London: University of Washington Press; New York: American Museum of Natural History, 1991, 530 pp., 65 line drawings, 127 photographs, maps, tables, notes, bibliography, index, $60.00 (cloth). Reviewed by Marjorie M. Halpin, University of British Columbia.
Sprung from Some Common Source: Investigations into the Prehistory of Languages. Sydney M. Lamb and E. Douglas Mitchell (editors). Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1991, 411 pp., $35.00 (cloth). Reviewed by Lee X. Blonder, University of Kentucky.
The Politics of Harmony: Land Dispute Strategies in Swaziland. Laurel L. Rose. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge University Press, 1992, 234 pp., $59.50 (cloth). Reviewed by A. Endre Nyerges, University of Kentucky.
Polish Jews in Paris: The Ethnography of Memory. Jonathan Boyarin. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 1991, 212 pp., $25.00 (cloth). Reviewed by Andrea L. Smith, University of Arizona.