Volume 76, Number 4, Fall 2003

Table of Contents

From: Anthropological Quarterly

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Fear of a Black Nation: Local Rappers, Transnational Crossings, and State Power in Contemporary Cuba

pp. 575-608
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As Plato Duly Warned: Music, Politics, and Social Change in Coastal East Africa

pp. 609-637
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The Music of the Bahian Caboclos

pp. 639-669
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Iran and the United States: Postmodern Culture Conflict in Action

pp. 671-691
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Social Thought and Commentary

Rereading Sex and Temperament : Margaret Mead's Sepik Triptych and its Ethnographic Critics

pp. 693-713
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Outcome-Based Tyranny: Teaching Compliance While Testing Like A State

pp. 715-730
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The Great Kanto Earthquake and the Massacre of Koreans in 1923: Notes on Japan's Modern National Sovereignty

pp. 731-748
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New Releases (Books Published This Quarter)

An Ambitious Counter-Interpretive Tale: Class and American Late Capitalism

pp. 749-760
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Isms and Schisms: Interpreting Religion in the Americas

pp. 761-774
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The Social Life of Nature

pp. 775-787
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Transnationalism, Religion, and Immigration

pp. 789-800
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Book Reviews

Reversible Destiny: Mafia, Antimafia, and the Struggle for Palermo (review)

pp. 801-805
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Orphans of Islam: Family, Abandonment, and Secret Adoption in Morocco (review)

pp. 807-812
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Endangered Species: Health, Illness and Death among Madagascar's People of the Forest (review)

pp. 813-817
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Forget Colonialism? Sacrifice and the Art of Memory in Madagascar (review)

pp. 819-821
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Homefront: A Military City and the American 20th Century (review)

pp. 823-825
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