Serials Guide To Ethnoart: A Guide To Serial Publications On Visual Arts Of Africa, Oceania, And The Americas by Eugene C. BurtSerials Guide To Ethnoart: A Guide To Serial Publications On Visual Arts Of Africa, Oceania, And The Americas by Eugene C. Burt

Serials Guide To Ethnoart: A Guide To Serial Publications On Visual Arts Of Africa, Oceania, And…

EditorEugene C. Burt

Hardcover | August 1, 1990

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"With the growth in interest in ethnographic materials, this is an essential publication for large public libraries serving patrons with interests in anthropology and art."
Title:Serials Guide To Ethnoart: A Guide To Serial Publications On Visual Arts Of Africa, Oceania, And…Format:HardcoverDimensions:384 pages, 9.78 × 6.18 × 1.28 inPublished:August 1, 1990Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313273324

ISBN - 13:9780313273322

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?Information for this guide to ethnoart serials was extracted from a database developed by producers of the quarterly Ethnoarts Index (1987-; formerly Tribal Arts Review, 1984-86) who provide bibliographic essays to the world's literature on ethnoart, the traditional visual arts of the indigenous peoples of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. Entries in the guide provide subscription data and information on editorial focus, on book and exhibition reviews, and on indexing plus a relevancy rating that indicates the frequency with which ethnoart-oriented articles, reviews, etc. appear in the serial. Title recommendations for building ethnoart collections are based on the relevancy ratings. Extremely valuable appendixes list recommended titles by geographic region covered; serials that offer bibliographic access to other ethnoart publications; ceased publications; and titles by country of publication. A rotating keyword-in-title index is also provided. With the growth in interest in ethnographic materials, this is an essential publication for most academic libraries and for large public libraries serving patrons with interests in anthropology and art.?-Choice