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- Academics - The Sidney Hook Memorial Award address: On the self-suppression of academic freedom. - Yale University: Testing the limits. - Condoms, coercion, and Christianity: A Princeton tale. - A departmental self-portrait: Reflections upon the Duke English Newsletter. - Humanities? No. Liberal arts? Yes. - The institutionalization of racism at the University of California at Berkeley. - Making the campus safe for bureaucracy: Reflections on the 1990 Carnegie Foundation report. - Partisan logic: An analysis of the content of American philosophy texts. - The case of Philippe Rushton. - Accreditation by quota: The case of Baruch College. - Liberal education and the natural bourgeoisie. - The American founders and the furnishings of mind. - The politicization of liberal education. - Professor at sea. - A dissent on diversity. - Ethics is as ethics does. - Making sense of the new academic disciplines. - First word. - African portraiture: A commentary. - King Glele of Danhome. - Portraiture among the Lagoon peoples of Cote d'Ivoire. - The odyssey of the Afo-a-Kom. - Ateu Atsa, a Bangwa artist. - The challenge of history. - Portraiture in Africa. - Portraiture and the construction of reality in Yorubaland and beyond. - Yungur ancestral portraits. (cover story) - Obas' portraits in Benin. - Living icons of the Akan. - Tabwa masks. - Ancient wood figures from Sierra Leone. - Recollections of Haiti in the 1930s and '40s. - The African Right to Development: World Policy and the Debt Crisis. - Debt in the Eye of a Storm: The African Crisis in a Global Context. - Economic Modeling of Structural Adjustment Programs: Impact on Human Conditions. - IMF Conditionality & Polity Characteristics in Black Africa: An Exploratory Analysis. - Angola--Prospects for Peace Seem Brighter. - Africa in Brief. - Popular participation in non-governmental structures in Africa: Implications for Democratic... - The impending demise of Nigeria's forthcoming third republic. - Economic rights in West Africa. - Africa in brief. - Apartheid, the law and reform in South Africa. - Why is participation a dirty word in South African politics? - Detention without trial in South Africa: The abuse of human rights as state strategy in the late... - Undermining disinvestment: From a marginal propensity to invest to a propensity to invest in the... - Violations of the law of armed conflict: Liberia. - Francophone Africa: Transition to democracy? - The right to food...as a weapon? - Golden streets, bitter tears: The Irish image of America during the era of mass migration. - The Irish as urban pioneers in the United States, 1850-1870. - `Drowning the Shamrock': Drink, teetotalism, and the Irish Catholics of Gilded-Age Pittsburgh. - A stage in the emergence of the Americanized synagogue among East European Jews: 1890-1910. - Unintentional immigrants: Chicago's Filipino foreign students become settlers, 1900-1941. - Growing up female in New Braunfels: Social and cultural adaptation in a German-Texas town. - Word medicine: Storytelling and magic realism in James Welch's Fools Crow. - Spotted cattle and deer: Spirit guides and symbols of endurance and healing in ceremony. - Special problems in teaching Leslie Marmon Silko's Ceremony. - Guardians of tradition and handmaidens to change: Women's roles in Creek economic and social... - A Choctaw odyssey: The life of Lesa Phillip Roberts. - Trickster discourse. - In search of recognition: Federal Indian policy and the landless tribes of Western Washington. - `He was going along': Motion in the novels of James Welch. - The Southeast Syndrome: Notes on Indian descendant recruitment organizations and their... - The sun's in its heaven, all's not right with the world: Rejoinder to Swan. - Reprise of Swan's song and Farrer's chorus. - Nineteenth century women and reform: The women's national Indian association. - `Truly dancing their own way': Modern revival and diffusion of the gourd dance. - On the treatment and reburial of human remains: The San Xavier Bridge Project, Tucson, Arizona. - White Guilt. - The Prince, the People, and the Architects. - Literary Widows. - A Gathering of Family. - André Gide and the Homosexual Debate. - Multiculturalism: E pluribus plures. - Guadalcanal. - Victorian philanthropy. - The shy little scholar of Holder Court. - The Ph.D. squid. - The Americanization of literary studies. - The Americanization of the French University and the response of the student movement, 1966-1986. - The reception of American films in the Netherlands: The interwar years. - Blackface minstrels in cross-cultural perspective. - Disney and the promotions of synthetic worlds. - Anti-American propaganda in Poland from 1948 to 1954: A story of an ideological failure. - Old history, new history, no history at all? The Vietnam war as affirmation of American values. - `Man thinking'--nation and universe: The Einstein memorial at the National Academy of Sciences. - Recent trends in studying the presidency: Reagan and beyond. - Chicano literature: Introduction and bibliography. - American cultural literacy and Asian literature. - ICONS AND IDENTITY: RELIGIOUS ORTHODOXY AND SOCIAL PRACTICE IN RURAL CRETE. - COGNITIVE MODELS IN LIFE HISTORIES. - ARE ROBERT'S RULES OF ORDER COUNTERREVOLUTIONARY?: RHETORIC AND THE RECONSTRUCTION OF PORTUGUESE POLITICS. - THE MADONNA OF MEDJUGORJE: RELIGIOUS RIVALRY AND THE FORMATION OF A DEVOTIONAL MOVEMENT IN YUGOSLAVIA. - GENERATIONS DIVORCED: THE MUTATION OF FAMILISM AMONG ATLAS MOUNTAINS IMMIGRANTS IN ISRAEL. - LONGING FOR LOCAL IDENTITY: INTERVILLAGE RELATIONS IN AN ITALIAN MOUNTAIN AREA. - NOTES ON COMMUNITY, HEGEMONY, AND THE USES OF THE PAST. - THE INCORPORATION OF A MARGINAL COMMUNITY WITHIN THE SINHALESE NATION. - THE PALESTINIAN PEASANT AS NATIONAL SIGNIFIER.