Arizona Anthropologist: Issue #10 (1993)9
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- Arizona Anthropologist Number 10, Spring 1993
- Rewriting the Past to Save the Future: A Review of "The Chalice and the Blade: Our History, Our Future"
- Gendered Categories in Presidential Rhetoric: Legitimation and the Gulf War
- A Cutting-Date Estimation Method for Two Archaeologically Important Tree Species
- Cultural Values as Instruments for Economic Modernization: Nationalism and Ideology in Taiwan