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|All Authors / Contributors:||
Jean-Paul Bourdier; Thi Minh-Ha Trinh
|Description:||191,  s. : il. kolor. ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Acknowledgements. Introduction Part 1: Dweller, Dwelling, and Setting Part 2: Cultural Framework 1. House as Project of Identity: Picturing Soninke Dwellings 2. House as Inside and Outside: Picturing Kassena Dwellings 3. House as Assurance of Social Viability: Picturing Moba Dwellings 4. House as Vessel of Day and Night: Picturing Nuna Dwellings 5. House as Life-Giving Speech: Picturing Jaxanke, Ko, and Mandingo Dwellings 6. House as Creative Source: Picturing Puguli and Bassari Dwellings 7. House as Newborn: Picturing Kusasi and Birifor Dwellings 8. House and Differential Space: Picturing Moor Dwellings 9. House in the World's Image: Picturing Batammaliba Dwellings Part 3: Architectural Practices 10. Terrace-Roofed Dwellings Nankani Dwelling. Lyela Dwelling. Dogon Cliff Dwelling. Tokolor Dwelling. Tokolor Mosques 11. Thatch-Roofed Dwellings Konkomba Dwelling. Toffinu Lake Dwelling. Sereer Dwelling. Joola Impluvium Dwelling. Calabash Dome: Fulbe Dwelling. Bibliography|
|Responsibility:||Jean-Paul Bourdier and Trinh Minh-ha.|