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Author: 
Tom A. Miachi
Reviewer: 
Sidney Kasfir

Kasfir on Miachi, 'The Incarnate Being Phenomenon in African Culture: Anthropological Perspectives on the Igala of North-Central Nigeria'


Tom A. Miachi. The Incarnate Being Phenomenon in African Culture: Anthropological Perspectives on the Igala of North-Central Nigeria. Ibadan, Nigeria: Kraft Books Limited, 2012. Illustrations. 388 pp. n.p. (cloth), ISBN 978-978-918-068-4.

Reviewed by Sidney Kasfir (Art History - Emory University)
Published on H-AfrArts (August, 2015)
Commissioned by Jean M. Borgatti

When Is a Masquerade Something Else?

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