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Volume 15, Number 2, June 2009

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Beyond nature versus culture: a response to comments
pp. 250-253(4)
Author: Nettle, Daniel

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Why Mapuche sing
pp. 295-313(19)
Author: Course, Magnus

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Feast: why humans share food – By Martin Jones
pp. 409-410(2)
Author: Wilk, Richard

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How war began – By Keith F. Otterbein
pp. 413-415(3)
Author: Haas, Jonathan

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Prehistoric Britain – Edited by Joshua Pollard
pp. 415-416(2)
Author: Ralston, Ian

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On the game: women and sex work – By Sophie Day
pp. 423-425(3)
Author: Hart, Keith

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Asian voices in a postcolonial age – By Susan Bayly
pp. 430-431(2)
Author: Shah, Alpa

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Disciplining the savages: savaging the disciplines – By Martin Nakata
pp. 432-433(2)
Authors: McGinty, Sue; Yunkaporta, Tyson

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The history of the Incas – By Pedro Sarmiento de Gamboa
pp. 433-434(2)
Author: Covey, R. Alan

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Books received
pp. 456-458(3)

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