Re/Search Modern Primitives

Notes

An anthropological inquiry into the revival of ancient human decoration practices such as symbolic/deeply personal tattooing, multiple piercings, and scarification

Editor V. Vale, Andrea Juno
Publisher RE/Search Publications
ISBN 978-0965046930
Reference P2373
Date 1989
Type Publication

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