Eliurpí - Honestly WTF
These days, the hat mantra seems to be: bigger is better. Needless to say, I’m all about it – especially when it’s as big and dramatic as the hats from accessories label Eliurpí. Founded by…
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1934. A la cour du Mwami Mutara Rudahigwa à Nyanza. Un Mutwa chasseur (Impunyu) démontre son habilité dans le maniement de l'arc (photo Attilio Gatti) (collection Arlette Geerinckx)
Southern Africa || Pages 44 and 45 from the publication "South African Tribal Life Today" Published in 1984. Ben Levitas authored the text and Jean Morris mastered the photography.
Ruanda : femmes préparant le beurre.
1950. Ruanda : femmes préparant le beurre. ( Collection Arlette Geerinckx, photo Gustave Poncin ).
Restoration of African South African Historical Consciousness: Culture, Customs, Traditions & Practices (Pondo/amaXhosa)
The African family system of the Pondo people should be kept in historical, cultural, and traditional perspective. It is laid out in its specific traditional, cultural, and historical reality.
Adire African Textiles
In part an updated version of Doig Simmonds and Nancy Stansfield’s classic 1971 book on adire, this new work is without doubt the most useful and comprehensive book on the Yoruba tradition of indigo resist dyeing to date. Although published as a print on demand book and with budget limitations apparent in the reproduction of some images the authors add new material such and have drawn together the most important of previous sources, including Jane Barbour’s important articles, and an…
Life of resistance leader Maqoma: Illuminating book sees second edition
What began as an African history doctoral thesis at Dalhousie University in Canada by academic and author Timothy J Stapleton in the early 1990s, has seen the birth of one of the most informative reads about the life and times of renowned 19th century Xhosa warrior, Chief Jongumsobomvu Maqoma.more Maqoma was one of Africa’s greatest resistance leaders during the colonial period.