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From the Publisher"An informative and engaging history, based on extensive field research, of diasporic popular culture in one of the major crossroads of the Black Atlantic."
—George Reid Andrews, author of Afro-Latin America
"Peter Szok's Wolf Tracks: Popular Art and Re-Africanization in 20th Century Panama is a wonderful book. The author opens up a whole new vista in Afro-Atlantic studies, with telling detail and enormous insight. Open this book and be blessed by a must-read text that puts black popular art in Panama on the map forever."
—Robert Farris Thompson, author of Tango: The Art History of Love and Aesthetic of the Cool: Afro-Atlantic Art & Music.