While masks are some of the more prominent artifacts in the art, religious and dramatic worlds, there has not to date been a complete bibliography of the books, catalogs, and articles in the field. The more than 1200 citations in this bibliography range from making masks in kindergarten to academic books on the anthropological theory of masks. Arrangement is by type of resource, subdivided by geographical area and/or subject. An extensive keyword index is provided to increase the accessibility of the literature. This bibliography should appeal to a diverse audienceincluding librarians, teachers, art scholars, and students of art at all levels.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
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About the Author
Herbert Inhaber is a principal scientist at a defense facility in South Carolina. He was first attracted to masks as an art and ethnic form of expression over 20 years ago.