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Preface to the second edition Acknowledgments 1. Introduction: Bogolan's Biography 2. The Rural Roots of Bogolan 3. The Tourist Art Market: Commerce in Authenticity 4. Tourist Market Bogolan: Changing Demands, Changing Forms 5. Fine Art Bogolan: Between Categories 6. The Fine Art Market: From Bogolan to Le Bogolan 7. Culture through Clothing: Bogolan as Fashion 8. Making It Modern: Bogolan Clothing's Dual Directions 9. Bogolan Abroad: Reverberations in the United States 10. Conclusion: Making the Traditional Modern Notes Selected Bibliography Index
How globalism has transformed African textile arts
Victoria L. Rovine is Assistant Professor of Art History and African Studies at the University of Florida. She is a contributor to Fashioning Africa (IUP, 2004). She lives in Gainesville, Florida.
"Well-organized chapters, extensive notes, an excellent bibliography, and beautiful colour and black-and-white illustrations make Bogolan a pleasure to read. It is highly recommended to all those interested in the arts of Africa and in the social and economic transformations that have influenced them during the past decades." African Studies Review "Rovine has given us a thorough and authoritative account of the adaptability of a given textile to a wide range of local and international modalities." Textile