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- Arizona Anthropologist Number 13, Fall 1998
- Defining Aging and The Aged: Cultural and Social Constructions of Elders in the U.S.
- Anthropologist as Anti-Christ: Positioning and Reciprocity in San Miguel Acatán, Guatemala
- Mortuary Variability and Community Reorganization in the Early-To-Late Natufian Transition
- Power and Bodily Practice: Applying the Work of Foucault to an Anthropology of the Body