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YOU WANT TO DO WHAT? WHERE?

DO WHAT? WHERE? WOMEN'S STORIES AROUND THEIR EXPERIENCES WITH BODYART Kelly Boyd August 24, 1995 Email: [email protected] Formatted/divided for HTML by Shannon Larratt / BME. Please excuse any errors in translation. If you would like to have the whole file, you can download it here - I think it's a WinWord 2.0 file, so if you can't read those, don't download it! FOREWORD INTRODUCTION ORIENTATION PHENOMENOLOGICAL ORIENTATION FEMINIST ORIENTATION METHODOLOGY STORIES RESULTS FIRST ANALYSIS SECOND ANALYSIS THIRD ANALYSIS DIAGRAM PAUSE DISCUSSION MY STORY ANALYSIS AFTERWARD APPENDIX Return to BME Go to NEXT file FOREWORD read more

Cross Cultural Body Decoration: A Literature Review

ral Body Decoration: A Literature Review Cross Cultural Body Decoration A Literature Review Copyright &copy 1993 Raven Rowanchilde Toronto, Ontario Converted to HTML by Shannon Larratt / BME Preface Introduction Ableman, Paul Beyond Nakedness Berns, Marla C. Ga`anda Scarification: A Model for Art and Identity. Bianchi, Robert S. Tattoo in Ancient Egypt. Bilmes, J. and Howard, A. Pain as a Cultural Drama Bohannan, Paul Beauty and Scarification Amongst the Tiv Bolin, A. Vandalized Vanity: Feminine Physiques Betrayed and Portrayed Brain, Robert The Decorated Body Levi-Strauss, Claude The Raw and the Cooked Mascia-Lees, Frances E. and Sharpe, Patricia The Marked and ... read more

The Shifting Urban Body: In the Culture of Recognition

Shifting Urban Body: In the Culture of Recognition The Shifting Urban Body: In the Culture of Recognition. Copyright &copy 1995 Mike McCabe On their voyages across the surface of the earth, 15th and 16th century maritime explorers referred to the unknown regions of the globe as Terra-Incognita or uncharted territory. They roamed the surface of the world blindly, unaware of the significance of its contour. Without the luxury of a map, early explorers had no meaningful framework that could orient them in their travels, there was no top or bottom to anything. There was nothing but the stars to help ... read more

My First Mhendi

First Mhendi My First Mhendi So I am now typing with my left hand delightfully decorated a yummy shade of sienna. It looks so pretty I just keep staring at it... it's almost hypnotic! I had gone to 3 Indian stores Thursday but wanted to go to the one a couple of minutes away from my home... so did that this morning. I found the most gentle woman working there... one who took over an hour showing me around the small store, describing the different foods and such... and then, sharing her knowledge of mhendi with me. Her daughter, who ... read more

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