TERA Gallery - Africa and the World

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Gaertner, Ursula.  Elmolo.  New York: Rosen Pub. Group,
1995.

Garrard, Timothy F.  
Gold of Africa: Jewellery and Ornaments
from Ghana, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali, and Senegal in the Collection
of the Barbier-Mueller Museum.   
Munich : Prestel, 1989.

Geary, Christraud M.  
The Voyage of King Njoya's Gift: a
Beaded Sculpture from the Bamum Kingdom, Cameroon, in
the National Museum of African Art.  
Washington, D.C.:
Smithsonian Institution National Museum of African Art, 1994.

Gerbauer, Paul.  
Art of Cameroon.  Portland, OR: Portland Art
Museum, 1979.

Ginzberg, Marc.  
African Forms: The Traditional Design and
Function of Objects.  
Milan, Italy: Skira Editore, 2000.

Gleimius, Nita and Evelina Sibanyoni, Emma Mthimunye.  
The
Zulu of Africa. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications Co., 2003.

Green, Rebecca L.  Merina.  
New York: Rosen Pub. Group,
1996.

Green Richard.
 A Salute to Black Civil Rights Leaders, Vol.
IV.  
 Chicago:  Empack Publishing Company, 1987.

Green Richard
.  A Salute to Black Pioneers, Vol. III.  
Chicago:  Empack Publishing Company, 1986.

Green Richard.
 A Salute to Black Scientists and Inventors,
Vol.II.  
Chicago:  Empack Publishing Company, 1985.

Green Richard.
 A Salute to Historic Black Woman, Vol. I.  
Chicago:  Empack Publishing Company, 1984.

Hackett, Rosalind I. J
.  Art and Religion in Africa.  New York:
Cassell, 1996.

Hahner-Herzog, Iris, Maria Kecskési, and László Vajda.

African Masks from the Barbier-Mueller Collection.
 New
York: Prestel, 1997.

Henry, Paul Marc
.   African  Aeterna the pictorial chronicle of a
continent.  
Lausanne, 1965.

Herbert, Eugenia W
.  Iron, Gender, and Power: Rituals of
Transformation in African Societies.  
Bloomington: Indiana
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Herreman, Frank.
  Facing the Mask.  New York, NY: Museum
for African Art, 2002.

Herreman, Frank.  
Material Differences: Art and Identity in
Africa.
 New York: Museum for African Art; Gent : Snoeck-
Ducaju & Zoon, 2003.

Heywood, Linda M.
 Central Africans, Atlantic Creoles, and
the Foundation of the Americas, 1585-1660.
 New York:
Cambridge University Press, 2007.

Higgins, Chester Jr.
 Feeling the Spirit: Searching the World
for the People of Africa.
 New York: Bantam Books, 1994.

Horn, Diane Victoria.  
African Printed Textile Designs.  
Owings Mills, MD: Stemmer House, 1996  

Huet, Michel.
 The Dances of Africa.  New York: Harry N.
Abrams, 1996.

Hurst, Norman.
 Ngola: the Weapon as Authority, Identity, and
Ritual Object in Sub-Saharan Africa.  
Cambridge, MA: Hurst
Gallery, 1997.

Images of Power and Identity: The Permanent Collection of
the National Museum of African Art.  
Washington, D.C.:
Smithsonian Instutuion.

Isichei, Elizabeth Allo.  
A History of Christianity in Africa:
From Antiquity to the Present.
 Grand Rapids, Mich.: W.B.
Eerdmans Pub. Co.; Lawrenceville, N.J.: Africa World Press,
1995.

Jean-Baptiste Bacquart.  
The Tribal Arts of Africa.  New York:
Thames and Hudson, 1998.

Jeffery, David.
 "Dilemma of Independence for South Africa's
Nbebele People: Pioneers in Their Own Land."  
National
Geographic, vol. 169, no. 2 (1986): 260-282.

Johnson, Barbara C.  
Four Dan Sculptors: Continuity and
Change.
 San Francisco: Fine Arts Museums of San
Francisco, 1986.

Joyce, Tom
.  Life Force at the Anvil: The Blacksmith's Art
From Africa.  
North Carolina: University of North Caroliona,
1998.

Jordán, Manuel.   
The Kongo Kingdom. New York: Franklin
Watts, 1998.

Jordan, Manual, editor, with contributions by Marie-Louis
Bastin, [et al].
 Chokwe! : Art and Initiation Among the
Chokwe and Related Peoples.  
Munich ; New York : Prestel,
1998.

Jordan, Manual.
 The Kongo Kingdom.  New York: Franklin
Watts, 1998.

Judge, Joseph.
 The Many Faces of Africa: The Zulus: Black
Nation in a Land of Apartheid."
 National Geographic, vol.
140, no. 6 (1971): 737-774.

Kan, Michael and Roy Sieber.   
African Masterworks in the
Detroit Institute of Arts
.  Washington: Published for the
Detroit Institute of Arts by the Smithsonian Institution Press,
1995.

Kane, Robert.
 Africa A to Z.  New York: Doubleday &
Company, 1961.

Kassam, Aneesa.
 Gabra.  New York: Rosen Pub. Group,
1995.

Kerchache, Jacques, et al.
 Art of Africa.  New York: H.N.
Abrams, 1993.

Klopper, Sandra, and Karl Nel.  
The Art of Southeast Africa:
From the Conru Collection.   
Milan: 5 Continents, 2002.

Kolos, Hans-Joachim.
 Art of Central Africa: Masterpieces
from the Berlin Museum fur Volkerdunde.  
NY: Harry N
Abrams, 1990.

Kriger, Colleen E.
 Pride of Men: Ironworking in 19th Century
West Central Africa.  
Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1999.

LaGamma, Alisa.  
 Art and Oracle: African Art and Rituals of
Divination.  
 New York : Metropolitan Museum of Art :
Distributed by H.N. Abrams, 2000.

Larrabee, Constance Stuart.
 Constance Stuart Larrabee,
Tribal Photographs: April 7-June 3, 1984,
The Corcoran
Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.  Washington, D.C.: The
Gallery, 1984.

Laine, Daniel.
 African Kings: Portraits of a Disappearing Era.
Berkley, CA: Ten Speed Press, 2000.

Laude, Jean.
 The Arts of Black Africa.  Berkeley: University
of California Press, 1971.

Laude, Jean.
 African Art of the Dogon: the Myths of the Cliff
Dwellers.
 New York: Brooklyn Museum, 1973.

Lerer, Susan.
 African Metalwork and Ivory.  Newport Beach,
CA: Images of Culture, 1993.

Leuzinger, Elsy.
 Africa: the Art of the Negro Peoples.
L
ondon: Methuen, 1962.

Lewis-Williams, J. David.
 Discovering Southern African Rock
Art.  Cape Town: D. Phillip, 1990.
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