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The ‘Discovery’ of African, Precolumbian and Oceanic art
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Special permission numbers will only be given out at the beginning of the 2 nd week of classes. Please bring a form which you can obtain from Cathy Pizzi in the Art History main office for me to sign. Graduating seniors must bring a copy of their transcript so that I can verify your status. If you are not a graduating senior permissions will be given in order of priority on my wait list.
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***Cheri Samba, “Pourquoi un contrat?”
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Cheri Samba, “Pourquoi ces gens en occident n’ont-ils pas honte?”
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Tabwa man with “The Rising of the New Moon” Pattern
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Dogon diviner
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Nigeria, Yoruba, Aale , Ase impregnated altar
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Copan, Honduras, Mesoamerica, sacred ball court of the Maya
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Aardvaark
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Jaguars
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New Ireland, Oceania, corpse displayed for mourning as part of a Malangaan ceremony
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Toltec Chacmool used for sacrificial rites, Mexico
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Dogon ladder on cliffs, Mali, West Africa
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Gustave Boulanger’s studio, Paris, circa 1880
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Corner of Oceanic room, Musée Ethnographique du Trocadero, Paris, 1895
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***Kota objects acquired in Gabon by Musée Ethnographique du Trocadero between 1883 and 1886 Bwete Reliquary, Gabon, Central Africa
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***Fang reliquaries attached to their bundles of bones, Gabon, Central Africa
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***Presentation of Obama ancestral skulls, Gabon, Central Africa, from L’Art Funeraire de Gabon Fang reliquary with guardian, Gabon, Central Africa
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This note was uploaded on 12/22/2011 for the course ART HIST 250 taught by Professor Brett-smith during the Fall '11 term at Rutgers.

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