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1988. 72 pages. Included in this volume is a paper that deals with a symposium on Nigerian arts and crafts.
Duluth: Tweed Museum of Art, Oct. 22--Nov. 18, 1975. 8 pages, 3 photographs.
Hiver: 1966. Included are two illustrated papers dealing with Zaghawa (Chad) dances and dancers, and the serpent as a symbol in Dahomean art.
Included are illustrated papers dealing with the art, material culture, and peoples of Senegal and Guinea.
Boston: Pucker/Safrai Gallery, 1972. 16 pages, 17 photographs.
Paris: UNESCO, 1985. 184 pages, containing 7 papers presented in 1976 in Nairobi, with an emphasis on African art.
Berne: Schweizrisch Ethnologische Gesellschaft Redaktionskommission, 1981. (a) Contributions a l'anthropologie cognitive de l'Afrique Noire and (b) Beitrage zur Kognitiven Anthropologie Schwarzafrikas. ix, 170 pages (text in French and German) 5 photographs, 1 map.
London: International African Institute, 2000. West African Museums Project Dakar, Number 8, 121 pages.