Tetela amulets: Re-interpreting a medical anthropology collection as a fashion benchmark
In the 1920s and 1930s, missionaries and colonial officials in equatorial Africa collected thousands of amulets – devices worn on the body that were made locally for protection and healing (spiritual and/or physical). One of these collections – assembled in the 1920s by an American pseudo-missionary...
|Main Author:||Akou, Heather Marie|
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|published in:||International journal of fashion studies Vol. 6; no. 2; pp. 163 - 180|
|Data of publication:||2019-10-01|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
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