African Material Culture

by Mary Jo Arnoldi & Christraud M. Geary & Kris L. Hardin


Fourteen interdisciplinary essays open new perspectives for understanding African societies and cultures through the contextualized study of objects, treating everything from the production of material objects to the meaning of sticks, masquerades, household tools, clothing, and the television set in the contemporary repertoire of African material culture.

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