Unwrapping the Textile Traditions of Madagascar

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Unwrapping the Textile Traditions of Madagascar presents the first extensive treatment of Madagascar's textile traditions region by region, giving a systematic overview of the woven products of each part of the country. It includes types of cloth that have previously been overlooked and explores contrasting uses and meanings among the highly varied cultures of the island. It also publishes for the first time many of the remarkable cloths from the collection assembled by Ralph Linton in 1926 and 1927 for the Field Museum ...

Unwrapping the Textile Traditions of Madagascar 2005, University of Washington Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780930741952

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