We are exceedingly happy to announce the publication of Museum Anthropology — vol. 33, no. 1!

CMA members and subscribers should be getting the paper copy in the mail very soon. AAA members can begin downloading articles at AnthroSource. Below is the table of contents.

Museum Anthropology
Volume 33. Issue 1. March 2010

EDITORIAL

A FUTURE FOR MUSEUM ANTHROPOLOGY?

Chip Colwell-Chanthaphonh
Stephen E. Nash

LEADING VOICES

THE MUSEUM AS METHOD

Nicholas Thomas

RETURN TO THE QUAI BRANLY

Sally Price

THE DEVIL IS IN THE DETAIL: Museum Displays and the Creation of Knowledge

Stephanie Moser

“WHITE PEOPLE WILL BELIEVE ANYTHING!” Worrying about Authenticity, Museum Audiences, and Working in Native American–Focused Museums

Larry J. Zimmerman

ARTICLES

MODELING CULTURES: 19th Century Indian Clay Figures

Charlotte H.F. Smith
Michelle Stevenson

STEWARDING A LIVING COLLECTION: The National Park Service and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Collection

Paulette G. Curtis

FROM THIRD PERSON TO FIRST: A Call for Reciprocity Among Non-Native and Native Museums

Karl A. Hoerig

REVIEW ESSAY

Art and Cultural Heritage: Law, Policy and Practice. By Barbara T. Hoffman, ed. and International Law, Museums, and the Return of Cultural Objects. By Ana Filipa Vrdoljak

Alexander A. Bauer

BOOK REVIEWS

Antiquities under Siege: Cultural Heritage Protection after the Iraq War. By Lawrence Rothfield, ed.

Ann Hitchcock

Negotiation Basics for Cultural Resource Managers. By Nicholas Dorochoff

Rhonda S. Fair

Bones of the Ancestors: The Ambum Stone: From the New Guinea Highlands to the Antiquities Market to Australia. By Brian Egloff

Kathleen Barlow

Creative Spirits: Bark Paintings in the Washkuk Hills of North New Guinea. By Ross Bowden

Alex Golub

Casta Painting: Images of Race in Eighteenth-Century Mexico. By Ilona Katzew

Laura A. Lewis

Carl Hagenbeck’s Empire of Entertainments. By Eric Ames

Henrika Kuklick

Collaborating at the Trowel’s Edge: Teaching and Learning in Indigenous Archaeology. By Stephen W. Silliman, ed.

Claudine Payne

Telling Children about the Past: An Interdisciplinary Perspective. By Nena Galanidou and Liv Helga Dommasnes, eds.

Jessica Belcoure

Contemporary Art and Anthropology. By Arnd Schneider and Christopher Wright, eds.

Morgan Perkins

Vase Painting, Gender, and Social Identity in Archaic Athens. By Mark D. Stansbury-O’Donnell

Tim McNiven

DIGITAL EXHIBITION AND MEDIA REVIEW

FROM TIME IMMEMORIAL: Tsimshian Prehistory. A Virtual Exhibition at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, 2001

George P. Nicholas

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