Arizona Anthropologist: Issue #11 (1994)8
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- Arizona Anthropologist Number 11, Fall 1994
- The Household Production of Health and Women's Work: New Directions in Medical Anthropology and Households Research
- "Chico Bento": Linguistic Marking and National Identity in Brazilian Comics
- Maya Royal Ritual: Architectonics as a Key to Political Organization
- About Aboutness: The Ethnographic Film "Reassemblage"