Weaving New Worlds

Weaving New Worlds
Author : Sarah H. Hill
Publisher : UNC Press Books
Total Pages : 414
Release : 1997
ISBN 10 : UOM:39015041087779
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Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Weaving New Worlds Book Description:

In this innovative study, Sarah Hill illuminates the history of Southeastern Cherokee women by examining changes in their basketry. She explores how the incorporation of each new material used in their craft occurred in the context of lived experience, ecological processes, social conditions, economic circumstances, and historical eras. 110 illustrations. 6 maps.


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