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Capitalism and the Meanings of Cloth
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Analalava ancestors associated banana-fiber cloth body British brother bundles Bushoong ceremonial clan section cloth production cloth wealth color context costume cotton cultural Cusco death deceased decorated descent group dhoti dress Dutch economic embroidered embroidery English European exchange fabrics female spinner fibers flax funeral Gandhi garments gender gifts Haarlem Hindu History households important Indian indigo dyeing industry Inka khadi kinship Kodi Kuba kuzu labor lineage linen linen manufacture living London loom Madagascar Malagasy male marriage matrilineage matrilineal mats men's skirts merchants Merina Mughal Murra Museum Muslim nineteenth century paintings peasant person political putting-out system raffia raffia cloth rank relationship ritual role royal spirit rulers sacred Sakalava Samoan San Antonino seventeenth seventeenth-century sexual Sikhs silk sister skirts social societies spinning spirit possession symbolic textiles thick cloth thread tion titles tomb traditional Trobriand tromba turban Vansina village wear weavers weaving Weiner winders woman women worn woven wrapped yarn