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Title The Encoded Cirebon Mask : Materiality, Flow, and Meaning along Java's Islamic Northwest Coast.
Imprint Leiden : BRILL, 2015.

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Description 1 online resource (392 pages).
Series Studies on Performing Arts & Literature of the Islamicate World ; v. 02
Studies on Performing Arts & Literature of the Islamicate World.
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Contents Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Notes on Orthography and Transliteration; List of Illustrations; Introduction ; Part 1; Cultural Markers ; Chapter 1; The Pasisir in the Age of Steam, Sail, and the Railway ; Chapter 2; Independence: Registration Cards, Theme Parks, and Topeng Tours; Chapter 3; Floating Artists on the Circumambulatory Road; Part 2; Mystic Travelers ; Chapter 4; Tuning the Body: Dzikir Flows and Sonic Theism ; Chapter 5; Engaging the Body and the Senses; Part 3; Objects that Speak ; Chapter 6; Looking Closely: The Iconic Mask; Chapter 7; Looking Closer: The Inner Face.
Chapter 8Mapping Tarekat: Performing the Mosque/Grave Complex; Conclusion; Appendix 1; Appendix 2; Glossary; Bibliography ; Index.
Other Title Print version: Ross, Laurie Margot. Encoded Cirebon Mask : Materiality, Flow, and Meaning along Java's Islamic Northwest Coast. Leiden : BRILL, ©2015 9789004311374