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 Introduction:  Understanding Humans and Human Problems

PART I. BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

1. Robert Root-Bernstein and Donald L. McEachron, “Teaching Theories: The Evolution-Creation Controversy” / 2. Barbara Smuts, “What Are Friends For?” / 3. Meredith Small, “What’s Love Got to Do with It?” / 4. Kenneth L. Feder, “Dawson’s Dawn Man: The Hoax at Piltdown” / 5. Elizabeth D. Whitaker, “Ancient Bodies, Modern Customs, and Our Health” / 6. S. Boyd Eaton and Melvin Konner, “Ancient Genes and Modern Health” / 7. Barry Bogin, “The Tall and the Short of It” / * 8. Douglas W. Owsley et al., “Recovery and Identification of Civilian Victims of War in Croatia” / 9. Alan H. Goodman, “Bred in the Bone?”

PART II. ARCHAEOLOGY

10. Jared Diamond, “The Worst Mistake in the History of the Human Race” / * 11. Heather Pringle, “New Women of the Ice Age” / 12. Alan H. Goodman and George J. Armelagos, “Disease and Death at Dr.Dickson’s Mounds” / 13. Allen G. Pastron, “Opportunities in Cultural Resources Management” / 14. Baird Straughan, “The Secrets of Ancient Tiwanaku Are Benefiting Today’s Bolivia” / 15. Jared Diamond, “Easter’s End” / 16. Profile of an Anthropologist: “From Tikal to Tucson: Today’s Garbage Is Tomorrow’s Artifact” / 17. Gail G. Harrison, William L. Rathje, and Wilson W. Hughes, “Food Waste Behavior in an Urban Population” / 18. Payson D. Sheets, “Dawn of a New Stone Age in Eye Surgery”

PART III. CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Culture and Fieldwork 19. Horace Miner, “Body Ritual Among the Nacirema” / * 20. Margaret Mead, “Letter from Peri – Manus II” / * 21. Claire E. Sterk, “Tricking and Tripping: Fieldwork on Prostitution in the Era of AIDS” / 22. Philippe Bourgois, “Crack in Spanish Harlem” / 23. Jennifer J. Laabs, Profile of an Anthropologist: “Corporate Anthropologists” Culture and Communication 24. Laura Bohannan, “Shakespeare in the Bush” / * 25. Matt Cartmill, “The Gift of Gab” / 26. Daniel N. Maltz and Ruth A. Borker, “A Cultural Approach to Male-Female Miscommunication” Culture and Food 27. Jill Dubisch, “You Are What You Eat: Religious Aspects of the Health Food Movement” / 28. Eugene Cooper, “Chinese Table Manners: You are How You Eat” / 29. Peter J. Brown, “Culture and the Evolution of Obesity” Culture and Race 30. Jared Diamond, “Race Without Color” / 31. American Anthropological Association, “Draft Official Statement on ‘Race’” / 32. Peggy McIntosh, “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack” / * 33. Yolanda T. Moses, “Race, Higher Education, and American Society” Economy and Business 34. Richard Borshay Lee, “Eating Christmas in the Kalahari” / 35. Lee Cronk, “Strings Attached” / 36. Gerald F. Murray, “The Domestication of Wood in Haiti: A Case Study in Applied Evolution” / 37. Richard H. Reeves-Ellington, “Using Cultural Skills for Cooperative Advantage in Japan” Gender and Marriage 38. Ernestine Friedl, “Society and Sex Roles” / * 39. Joan Cassell, “Doing Gender, Doing Surgery: Women Surgeons in a Man’s Profession” / 40.John van Willigen and V.C. Channa, “Law, Custom, and Crimes Against Women: The Problem of Dowry Death in India” / 41. Melvyn C. Goldstein, “When Brothers Share a Wife” Education and Socialization * 42. Kathryn A. Kozaitis, “Anthropology in Education: Pushing the Frontier of Social Reform” / * 43. Deborah Freedman Lustig, “Of Kwanzaa, Cinco de Mayo, and Whispering: The Need for Intercultural Education” / 44. John R. Rickford, “Suite for Ebony and Phonics” Politics, Law, and Warfare * 45. Jeffery L. MacDonald, Profile of an Anthropologist: “Crossing the Minefield: Politics of Refugee Research and Service” / 46. James L. Gibbs, Jr., “The Kpelle Moot” / 47. Aaron Podolefsky, “Contemporary Warfare in the New Guinea Highlands” Ritual and Curing 48. Bradd Shore, “Loading the Bases: How Our Tribe Projects Its Own Image into the National Pastime” / 49. Wade Davis, “Hallucinogenic Plants and Their Use in Traditional Societies / 50. Pearl Katz, “Ritual in the Operating Room” / * 51. Paul Farmer and Arthur Kleinman, “AIDS as Human Suffering” Social and Cultural Change * 52. Alvin W. Wolf, “Welfare Reform—“Self-Sufficiency or What?” / 53. Noreene Janus, “Advertising and Global Culture” / 54. John H. Bodley, “The Price of Progress”



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Applied anthropology, Anthropology