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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the Royal Anthropological Institute

Volume 14, Number 1, March 2008

A statement from the incoming editor
pp. 1-2(2)
Author: Coleman, Simon

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Zones of ambiguity and identity politics in Samoa
pp. 61-78(18)
Author: Mageo, Jeannette

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Who are the Kuchi? Nomad self-identities in Afghanistan
pp. 97-116(20)
Author: Tapper, Richard

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Three modes of experimentation with art and ethnography
pp. 171-194(24)
Author: Schneider, Arnd

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Correspondence
pp. 199-199(1)
Author: Parkin, Robert

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Guerra e violenza in Africa Occidentale – Edited by Fabio Viti
pp. 219-220(2)
Author: Solinas, PierGiorgio

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Dolly mixtures: the remaking of genealogy – By Sarah Franklin
pp. 227-228(2)
Author: Cassidy, Rebecca

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The Tibetans – Matthew T Kapstein
pp. 230-230(1)
Author: Mills, Martin

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Quem somos nós: os Wari' encontram os broncos – Aparecida Vilaça
pp. 231-232(2)
Author: Luciani, JoséAntonioKelly

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Capitalism and modernity: the great debate – Jack Goody
pp. 233-234(2)
Author: Müller, Birgit

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Books received
pp. 237-241(5)

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