Vancouver: 1983. 244 pages (17 papers given at the 42nd International Congress of Americanists, all dealing with masking as a transformational ritual in the Americas) , 4 full-page color photographs and 43 b/w photographs of masks and dancers, 9 drawings. Cloth cover.
Berkeley: 1989, 1994. xxi, 254 pages, 16 full-page color photographs, 78 b/w photographs, 2 figures, 2 maps. The long history of masks in Mesoamerica and their use to synthesize the spiritual and historical Mesoamerican world and to reveal its mythological traditions are the principal themes of this richly written and...
Barcelona: 1985. 206 pages.
Washington, D.C. 1985. 78 pages, 20 photographs, 2 maps. A collection of Mexican dance masks, using the Moya collection as its core, was exhibited in 1985 in Washington, D.C. Rather than displaying masks as isolated aesthetic objects, the emphasis of the exhibition was on the masks in cultural context. The...
Lisbon: 1953. Pp. 35-46 (summary in English), 2 pages of photographs.
(American Anthropologist, Vol. 56, No. 4, Part 2, 1954. Memoir 77). 240 pages, 4 pages of photographs and 7 pages of drawings--mainly of masks and dancers, 3 pages of maps.