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Tradition as object of derision and desire: the Bedu masquerade of north-eastern Côte d'Ivoire

Karel Arnaut (UGent)
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Arnaut, Karel. 2000. “Tradition as Object of Derision and Desire: The Bedu Masquerade of North-eastern Côte d’Ivoire.” In Re-visions : New Perspectives on the African Collections of the Horniman Museum, ed. Karel Arnaut, 209–229. London, UK: Horniman Museum and Gardens.
APA
Arnaut, Karel. (2000). Tradition as object of derision and desire: the Bedu masquerade of north-eastern Côte d’Ivoire. In Karel Arnaut (Ed.), Re-visions : new perspectives on the African collections of the Horniman Museum (pp. 209–229). London, UK: Horniman Museum and Gardens.
Vancouver
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Arnaut K. Tradition as object of derision and desire: the Bedu masquerade of north-eastern Côte d’Ivoire. In: Arnaut K, editor. Re-visions : new perspectives on the African collections of the Horniman Museum. London, UK: Horniman Museum and Gardens; 2000. p. 209–29.
MLA
Arnaut, Karel. “Tradition as Object of Derision and Desire: The Bedu Masquerade of North-eastern Côte d’Ivoire.” Re-visions : New Perspectives on the African Collections of the Horniman Museum. Ed. Karel Arnaut. London, UK: Horniman Museum and Gardens, 2000. 209–229. Print.
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