FROM THE PUBLISHER: "Costume and Identity in Highland Ecuador offers particular insight into the role of costume - clothing, jewelry, hairstyles, and bodily adornment - in a society changing from a subsistence to a wage-based economy. . . . In this volume a number of textile experts focus their attention on the creation and use of the clothing itself, including loom styles and fabrics . . ." There are many color and black-and-white photographs, and extensive Glossary, Bibliography and Index.
Editor: Ann Pollard Rowe
Number of pages: 306
Format: Softcover, stiff pictorial card wraps, measuring 8.5 x 10 inches
Condition: NEW still in publisher's shrinkwrap