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Cloth and human experience / edited by Annette B. Weiner & Jane Schneider.

Contributor(s): Weiner, Annette B [edt, aut] | Schneider, Jane [edt, aut].
Material type: TextTextSeries: Smithsonian series in ethnographic inquiry.Publisher: Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989Description: XV, 431 str. : ilustr. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780874749953 (pbk.).Subject(s): odijevanje | kultura odijevanja | odijevanje - socijalni aspekt | tradicijska odjeća | tekstil | antropologija tekstila
Contents:
Why cloth? Wealth, gender, and power in Oceania / Annete B. Weiner -- Cloth and the creation of ancestors in Madagascar / Gillian Feeley-Harnik -- Dressing for the next life: Raffia textile production and use among the Kuba of Zaire / Patricia Darish / Why do ladies sing the blues? Indigo dyeing, cloth production, and gender symbolism in Kodi / Janet Hoskins -- Rumpelstiltskin's bargain: folklore and the merchant capitalist intensification of linen manufacture in early modern Europe / Jane Schneider -- Spun virtue, the lacework of folly, and the world wound upside-down: seventeenth-century Dutch depictions of female handwork / Linda Stone-Ferrier -- Embroidery for tourists: a contemporary putting-out system in Oaxaca, Mexico / Ronald Waterbury -- Cloth and its function in the Inka state / John V. Murra -- Cloth, clothes, and colonialism: India in the nineteenth century / Bernard S. Cohn -- Gandhi and Khadi, the fabric of Indian independence / Susan S. Bean -- The changing fortunes of three archaic Japanese textiles / Louise Allison Cort.
List(s) this item appears in: ETN ANT Bilten prinova 1-5/2021 | EKA - izborni - Antropologija tekstila
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Why cloth? Wealth, gender, and power in Oceania / Annete B. Weiner -- Cloth and the creation of ancestors in Madagascar / Gillian Feeley-Harnik -- Dressing for the next life: Raffia textile production and use among the Kuba of Zaire / Patricia Darish / Why do ladies sing the blues? Indigo dyeing, cloth production, and gender symbolism in Kodi / Janet Hoskins -- Rumpelstiltskin's bargain: folklore and the merchant capitalist intensification of linen manufacture in early modern Europe / Jane Schneider -- Spun virtue, the lacework of folly, and the world wound upside-down: seventeenth-century Dutch depictions of female handwork / Linda Stone-Ferrier -- Embroidery for tourists: a contemporary putting-out system in Oaxaca, Mexico / Ronald Waterbury -- Cloth and its function in the Inka state / John V. Murra -- Cloth, clothes, and colonialism: India in the nineteenth century / Bernard S. Cohn -- Gandhi and Khadi, the fabric of Indian independence / Susan S. Bean -- The changing fortunes of three archaic Japanese textiles / Louise Allison Cort.

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