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1. Editor's Foreword–Neil L. Whitehead
2. Preface–Marshall Sahlins
3. Outside Gods, Foreign Powers: Making History with Global Means and Ends in the Pacific–Martha Kaplan
4. Boycotts and Coups, Shanti and Mana in Fiji–John D. Kelly
5. The Hau of Other Peoples' Gifts: Land Owning and Taking in Turn-of-the-Millennium Fiji–Martha Kaplan
6. Capitalizing on Complicity: Cargo Cults and the Spirit of Modernity on Bali Island (West New Britain)–Andrew Lattas
7.The Unintended Consequences of Clarification: Development, Disputing, and the Dynamics of Community in Ranongga, Solomon Islands–Debra McDougall
8. Thinking Outside the Billiard Ball: Cognatic Nationalism and Performing a Maori Public Sphere–Daniel Rosenblatt
9. Beyond the Horizon? Nationalisms, Feminisms, and Globalization in the Pacific–Margaret Jolly
10. Negotiating Globalization: Contemporary Pacific Perspectives–Robert J. Foster
11. Always Discontinuous/Continuous, and "Hybrid" by Its Very Nature: The Culture Concept Historicized–Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney
12. A Pest in the Land: New World Epidemics in a Global Perspective–Martha Few
13.A Pest in the Land: New World Epidemics in a Global Perspective –W. George Lovell
14. A Pest in the Land: New World Epidemics in a Global Perspective–David Sowell
15. Recent DakotaTexts–Carolyn R. Anderson
16. Constructing Cultures Then and Now: Celebrating Franz Boas and the Jesup North Pacific Expedition–Thomas F. Thornton
17. Northern Haida Master Carvers–Marie Mauzé
18. Plateau Indians and the Quest for Spiritual Power, 1700-1850–Mary C. Wright
19. Yuchi Ceremonial Life: Performance, Meaning, and Tradition in a Contemporary American Indian Community–Pamela Innes
20. Before the Volcano Erupted: The Ancient Cerén Village in Central America–T. Kam Manahan
21. The Guaraní under Spanish Rule in the Río de la Plata–Hal Langfur
22. Resilient Cultures: America's Native Peoples Confront European Colonization, 1500-1800–Camilla Townsend
23. Represented Communities: Fiji and World Decolonization–Stephan P. Edwards
24. Privilegios en lucha: La información de doña Isabel Moctezuma; La nobleza indígena del centro de México después de la conquista –Alexander F. Christensen
25. Women Traders in Cross-Cultural Perspective: Mediating Identities, Marketing Wares–Jeffrey H. Cohen
26. La comunidad Purhépecha es nuestra fuerza: Etnicidad, cultura, y región en un movimiento indígena en Mexico–Edward F. Fischer
27. An Archaeological Guide to Central and Southern Mexico–Blanca Maldonado
28. Mexico's Indigenous Past–Zachary Nelson
29. Indians, Merchants, and Markets. A Reinterpretation of the Repartimiento and Spanish-Indian Economic Relations in Colonial Oaxaca 1750-1821–Robert W. Patch
30. Time, History, and Belief in Aztec and Colonial Mexico–David Tavárez
31. The Articulated Peasant: Household Economies in the Andes–Paul Trawick
32. The Language Encounter in the Americas, 1492-1800–Elizabeth R. Wright
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