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Donde soplan los vientos de canela
Trim: 5.5" x 8.5"
Illustrations: 1 color and 10 black-and-white illustrations
An English/Spanish bilingual fantasy rooted in the cultural context of the Hispanic Southwest.
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Trim: 8.5" x 11"
Illustrations: 136 black-and-white photographs and illustrations, 26 color plates, 3 maps
Jackson's autobiography of his first eight years as the official photographer for the U.S. Geological Survey.
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A Lakota Sioux writer details in fictional form the impact of the gun, introduced in 1750, on his people's culture.
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Reflections of a Poet of the Barrio
Trim: 8.5" x 5.5"
Baca passionately explores the troubled years of his youth, from which he emerged with heightened awareness of his ethnic identify as a Chicano, his role as a witness for the misunderstood tribal life of the barrio, and his redemptive vocation as a poet.
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Basketry Art of Western North America
Trim: 11" x 9"
Illustrations: 180 color and 55 black-and-white images
The finest examples of Native basketry art, sixty in all, from 1870-1930.
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Ghosts, Demons & Monsters of Japan
Trim: 14" x 8.25"
Illustrations: 52 color plates, 118 figures
The Japanese word, “yōkai” refers to a range of supernatural beings such as ghosts, demons, monsters, shapeshifters, tricksters, and other strange kinds of creatures. Yōkai also refers to peculiar entities (or presences), weird or unexplainable phenomena, and the visual depiction of these ideas. The book introduces readers to Japan’s relationship to yōkai: what they are, their associated tales, how people engaged with or interpreted yōkai in different contexts, and why they remain so popular in Japan. The contributors delve into popular culture themes to connect traditional folklore, folk art, and imagery to trends in Japan as well as in the United States.
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The Mid-century Masters
Illustrations: 110 color and black-and-white illustrations
This catalogue features selections from the Wheelwright Museum’s superb collection of Zuni fetishes amassed by Leonora Curtin, mostly between 1925 and the late 1940s.
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A Bridge from Past to Present
Illustrations: 198 color and blank-and-white illustrations
This sequel to Zuni Fetish Carvers focuses on the second generation of Zuni fetish artists who produced the widely popular objects during the 1970s. The author includes interviews of the featured artists as well as the traders and dealers who popularized the carvings.