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978-0-8108-3360-9 • Hardback • August 1997 • $113.00 • (£87.00)
Herbert Inhaber is a principal scientist at a defense facility in South Carolina. He was first attracted to masks as an art and ethnic form of expression over 20 years ago.
With more than 1,200 entries, this unique volume goes a long way toward providing a starting point. Given the widely scattered literature on this topic, this bibliography will be most useful at universities supporting undergraduate and graduate programs, and in large public libraries and community colleges.
— Choice Reviews
...before this book there was no major bibliography on the topic...a most welcome addition to the reference collection.
— American Reference Books Annual
Each entry includes details of authors, subject matter, ISBNs, and publishers, and in the case of books and catalogues a brief review is provided. A list of museums with significant collections of masks is also appended.
This bibliography is a testament to his knowledge of the field...serves as a starting point for anyone seeking information on masks...of enormous value to a broad range of people...
— Reference Reviews