AGENTS OF CHANGE IN BULLET TREE FALLS highlights changes throughout the world by examining the microcosm of a single community. Four case studies feature initiatives intended to effect community change. Unique ethnographic reporting captures the thoughts and feelings of villagers in response to outsiders attempting to bring change to their personal identities and livelihoods. Topics are covered from an anthropological perspective with discussions of social and cultural change. Coverage highlights economic development, organizational and workplace culture, religion and ritual, race and ethnicity, post-colonialism, the use of esoteric language, social structure and family life, cultural heritage archaeology, indigenous healing, and migration.