Title: The Language of Things: Studies in ...
Publisher: Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde
Publication Date: 1990
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Very Good
208 pp., illustrations, bibliography, index. Contents: Changing interpretation in the study of art and culture: the need for a plural approach / G. W. Locher; Deciphering the language of things: aesthetics and the cultural process / F. Allan Hanson; Made by man: cultural anthropological reflections on the them of ethnocommunication / Adrian A. Gerbrands; Kominimung sacred woodcarvings (Papua New Guinea): symbolic meaning and social context / Dirk Smidt; Tami art and Siassi trade network (Papua New Guinea): an enquiry into the relationship between trade and the development of art styles / Pieter ter Keurs; Kijora: a thing for lost souls / Danielle Geirnaert; The Toraja house in ritual / Hetty Nooy-Palm; The royal whip in Cuzco: art, social structure and cosmology / R. T. Zuidema; Presentation in anthropological museums: at the crossroad of cultural anthropology and museology / G. D. van Wengen 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 9071310396EAB052815
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