Fusions: Masquerades and Thought Style East of the Niger-Benue Confluence, West Africa

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Takes the masks of West Africa's Upper Benue River region out of the museums and private collections, where many accumulated in the twentieth century, and restores their cultural and social contexts. This book argues that Benue masquerades deserve appreciation as the materialized forms taken by thought styles of their original creators and users.

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