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Tourism and regional development in Sub-Saharan Africa : a case study of Ghana's Central Region / Oheneba Akwesi Akyeampong

Author:
Akyeampong, Oheneba Akwesi  Search this
Physical description:
x, 220 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
Ghana
Central Region
Date:
1996
Topic:
Tourism  Search this
Economic policy  Search this
Call number:
G155.G4 A39 1996
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_773268

Do We Really Need to Take Vacations to Space?

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Type:
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Published Date:
Thu, 27 Dec 2012 21:16:00 +0000
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Tourism, ethnicity, and the state in Asian and Pacific societies / edited by Michel Picard and Robert E. Wood

Author:
Picard, Michel 1946-  Search this
Wood, Robert Everett 1944-  Search this
Physical description:
xi, 259 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
Asia
Pacific Area
Date:
1997
C1997
Topic:
Tourism  Search this
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_942486

Sustainable marketing of cultural and heritage tourism / Deepak [i.e. Deepack] Chhabra

Author:
Chhabra, Deepak 1963-  Search this
Physical description:
xii, 238 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Type:
Books
Date:
2010
Topic:
Heritage tourism  Search this
Tourism--Marketing  Search this
Sustainable development  Search this
Cultural property--Repatriation  Search this
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_1046849

Elayne Zorn Collection

Source:
Cutipa Lima, Juan de Dios  Search this
California Academy of Sciences. Anthropology Department  Search this
Textile Museum (Washington, D.C.)  Search this
Author:
Zorn, Elayne  Search this
Names:
American Anthropological Association  Search this
Brooklyn Museum of Art  Search this
University of Central Florida. Department of Sociology & Anthropology  Search this
Cahlander, Adele  Search this
Former owner:
California Academy of Sciences. Anthropology Department  Search this
Textile Museum (Washington, D.C.)  Search this
Cutipa Lima, Juan de Dios  Search this
Extent:
1,474 Photographic prints
11526 negatives (photographic)
10 Videocassettes
11 Linear feet
57 sound recordings (57 cassette tapes.)
11412 slides (photographs)
Culture:
Quechua  Search this
Aymara  Search this
Type:
Archival materials
Collection descriptions
Photographic prints
Negatives (photographic)
Videocassettes
Sound recordings
Slides (photographs)
Negatives
Research
Slides (photographs)
Audiocassettes
Writings
Field notes
Place:
Sacaca (Bolivia)
Potosí (Bolivia : Dept.) -- Description and travel.
Puno (Peru : Dept.)
Andes Region -- Economic integration.
Taquili (Peru) -- Economic conditions
Peru
Taquili (Peru) -- Social life and customs
Date:
1971-2010
Summary:
The Elayne Zorn Collection measures 11 linear feet and contains thousands of photographic objects including negatives, slides and prints. The collection material spans the years of Zorn's professional and student activity in the fields of anthropology and Latin American studies from around 1975 until 2010. The material in this collection reflects Zorn's long association with the community in Taquile, Peru which led up to the publication of her book, Weaving a Future, in 2004. Zorn also spent a significant amount of time conducting field research in Andean communities in Bolivia examining the relationships between tourism and textiles. Zorn's additional professional activities included serving as a textile collector and expert advisor for museum collections and exhibitions as well as performing academic duties at the University of Central Florida.
Scope and Contents:
The Elayne Zorn Collection spans the years of Zorn's professional and student activity in the fields of anthropology and Latin American studies from 1975 until 2010. This includes material from Zorn's field research in the Andean Regions of Peru and Bolivia as well as her professional activities as a textile collector and expert advisor for museum collections and exhibitions. This collection is arranged into six series with additional subseries. Series 1, Field Research, includes field notebooks, correspondence, and general research from Taquile, Peru, Sakaka, Bolivia and La Paz, Bolivia. Series 2, Professional Activities, includes presentation and lecture notes, object catalogs for various museum collections and Zorn's academic work conducted at the University of Central Florida. Series 3, Publications and Writings, contains both articles written by Zorn, including her Master's thesis and dissertation, and articles published by colleagues. Series 4, Ephemera and Miscellaneous, contains a variety of materials including posters, postcards, datebooks and calendars as well as material gathered by Zorn's former husband, Juan Cutipa. Series 5, Photographs, includes negatives, slides, prints and digital media that document Zorn's work in the field. The bulk of the photographs capture the daily lives of weavers as well as important community holidays and festivals. Series 6, Audio-Visual Materials, includes a small amount of VHS tapes as well as audio-cassettes on which Zorn recorded traditional Andean music performed at festivals she attended in Peru and Bolivia.
Arrangement:
Series 1: Field Research, 1975-2006

Subseries 1.1: Taquile, Peru, 1975-1994 [1977-1981]

Subseries 1.2: Sakaka, Bolivia, 1985-1994

Subseries 1.3: La Paz, Bolivia, 2006

Subseries 1.4: Miscellaneous Field Notes, 1976-2006

Series 2: Professional Activities, 1978-2010

Subseries 2.1: Conferences and Presentations, 1977-2009

Subseries 2.2: Museum Work, 1976-2008

Subseries 2.3: General, 1976-2010

Series 3: Publications and Writings, 1979-2009

Subseries 3.1: Elayne Zorn, 1979-2009

Subseries 3.2: Other Authors, 1979-2005

Series 4: Ephemera and Miscellaneous, 1975-2009

Series 5: Photographs, 1970-2006

Subseries 5.1: Negatives, 1976-1997

Subseries 5.2: Slides, 1970-2002

Subseries 5.3: Prints, 1978-2000

Subseries 5.4: Digital Media, 2002-2006

Series 6: Audio-Visual Materials, 1983-1994

Subseries 6.1: Cassette Tapes, 1983-1991

Subseries 6.2: Videotapes, 1991-1994
Biographical / Historical:
Elayne Leslie Zorn was born on February 3, 1952 in New York City. She attended Hunter College High School and Barnard College. She received her Bachelor's of Fine Arts degree in Textile Arts from the California College of the Arts in 1975. She then began a long association with the community on the Island of Taquile, in the Puno region of Peru, conducting fieldwork on native weaving techniques. She also began a long-term affiliation with the Museo Nacional de Etnografia y Folklore in La Paz, Bolivia and collected textiles in the Macusani region of Peru for an exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences. She received her Master's degree in Latin American Studies from the University of Texas, Austin in 1983, with fieldwork concentrated on economic development and tourism in Taquile, Peru. During her time in Peru in the 1970's and 1980's, Zorn became an accomplished musician, playing the charango and Bolivian mandolin in performances in Andean towns as well as in New York City. Zorn resumed graduate studies in 1985 at Cornell University where she received her Master of Arts degree in anthropology in 1987 followed by her Ph.D. in 1997. At Cornell she worked under the supervision of Professor Billie Jean Isbell and conducted much of her dissertation fieldwork in Sakaka, Bolivia focusing on the global transformation of cloth and identity in highland Andean regions. Zorn worked as a visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Colgate University from 1997 to 1998 and then hired as Professor of Anthropology at the University of Central Florida from 1998 until 2010. While at the University of Central Florida, Zorn received both teaching-related and research-related awards as well as grants to continue her fieldwork in the Andean regions of Peru and Bolivia. She also co-directed the PeruVine/PeruDigital Project, an interactive and immersive website to present field data from Peru's Institute of Ethnomusicology online. In 2004 Zorn published her book, Weaving a Future: Tourism, Cloth and Culture on an Andean Island (University of Iowa Press), an analysis of textile traditions as it relates to global change.

In addition to her academic duties, throughout her career Zorn collaborated with various museums and cultural institutions as a consultant and collector. These included, but are not limited to, The Brooklyn Museum, The Textile Museum, Smithsonian Center for Folklife Programs, UNICEF and the Inter-American Foundation. She was also a member of various professional societies including the American Anthropological Association, the Bolivian Studies Association, the Society for Latin American, Carribean, and Latino Studies as well as the Textile Society of America. Zorn passed away June 15, 2010 and was survived by her mother, Sandra Gordon, and her son, Gavriel Cutipa-Zorn.

Sources: http://anthropology.cos.ucf.edu/include/file/people/cv/zorn_elayne.pdf (Accessed May 01, 2012) http://digitalethnography.dm.ucf.edu/pv/Zorn.html (Accessed May 1, 2012)
Provenance:
This collection was donated by Gavriel Cutipa-Zorn, Elayne Zorn's son in April of 2011.
Restrictions:
Access to NMAI Archive Center collections is by appointment only, Monday - Friday, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm. Please contact the archives to make an appointment (phone: 301-238-1400, email: nmaiarchives@si.edu).
Rights:
Single photocopies may be made for research purposes. Permission to publish or broadbast materials from the collection must be requested from National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center. Please submit a written request to nmaiarchives@si.edu.
Topic:
Tourism -- Andes Region  Search this
Women weavers -- Social life and customs -- Photographs  Search this
Festivals -- Bolivia -- Potosí  Search this
Textile fabrics -- Andes Region  Search this
Genre/Form:
Negatives
Research
Slides (photographs)
Audiocassettes
Writings
Field notes
Citation:
Identification of specific item; Date (if known); Collection Title, Box and Folder Number; National Museum of the American Indian Archive Center, Smithsonian Institution.
Identifier:
NMAI.AC.022
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National Museum of the American Indian
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Alaska Is Shipping in Snow for This Year’s Iditarod

Creator:
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Type:
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Published Date:
Wed, 02 Mar 2016 19:03:09 +0000
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Destination: Cruising through the Archives

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Type:
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Published Date:
Fri, 01 Jun 2001 03:00:00 +0000
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Weaving the Future Video Project 1995

Physical description:
master 37 video cassettes with timecode (18.5 hours) sound color VHS
archival original 37 video casettes (18.5 hours) sound color SVHS
Culture:
Otavalo Indians  Search this
Type:
Motion pictures (visual works)
Collection descriptions
Place:
Andes Region
South America
Ecuador
Date:
1995
Topic:
Language and culture  Search this
Weaving  Search this
Crafts  Search this
Economic development  Search this
Tourism  Search this
Local number:
HSFA 1998.7.1
Restrictions & Rights:
Information on reproduction and fees available from Human Studies Film Archives
Data Source:
Human Studies Film Archives
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_arc_391032

Visit the Only Village Inside the Grand Canyon

Creator:
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Type:
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Published Date:
Thu, 19 Nov 2015 15:13:57 +0000
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Cruising through the Archives

Creator:
Smithsonian Magazine  Search this
Type:
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Published Date:
Fri, 01 Jun 2001 03:00:00 +0000
Topic:
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Museums in Arabia : transnational practices and regional processes / edited by Karen Exell and Sarina Wakefield

Author:
Exell, Karen  Search this
Wakefield, Sarina  Search this
Physical description:
xx, 188 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
Arabian Peninsula
Date:
2016
Topic:
Museums  Search this
Museums--Political aspects  Search this
Museums--Social aspects  Search this
Historic preservation  Search this
Transnationalism--Political aspects  Search this
Transnationalism--Social aspects  Search this
Regionalism  Search this
Cultural policy  Search this
Call number:
AM79.4 .M885 2016
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_1079152

The New Art Scene Transforming Santa Fe

Creator:
Smithsonian Magazine  Search this
Type:
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Published Date:
Tue, 27 Dec 2016 16:19:39 +0000
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Natives making nation : gender, indigeneity, and the state in the Andes / edited by Andrew Canessa

Author:
Canessa, Andrew 1965-  Search this
Physical description:
201 p. ; 24 cm
Type:
Folklore
Place:
Andes Region
Date:
2005
C2005
Topic:
Ethnic identity  Search this
Social life and customs  Search this
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_794891

Beyond sun and sand : Caribbean environmentalisms / edited by Sherrie L. Baver, Barbara Deutsch Lynch

Author:
Baver, Sherrie L  Search this
Lynch, Barbara D  Search this
Physical description:
vii, 210 pages ; 24 cm
Type:
Books
Place:
Caribbean Area
Date:
2006
©2006
Topic:
Environmental policy  Search this
Environmentalism  Search this
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_1063347

Power and place in the North American West / edited by Richard White and John M. Findlay

Author:
White, Richard 1947-  Search this
Findlay, John M. 1955-  Search this
Physical description:
xx, 312 p. : ill., maps ; 23 cm
Type:
Books
Congresses
Place:
West (U.S.)
Canada, Western
Date:
1999
C1999
Topic:
Human geography--Congresses  Search this
Power (Social sciences)--Congresses  Search this
History  Search this
Social conditions  Search this
Congresses  Search this
Economic conditions  Search this
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_598391

Bark-cloth of the Baganda people of Southern Uganda [electronic resource] : a record of continuity and change from the late eighteenth century to the early twenty-first century / by Venny M. Nakazibwe

Author:
Nakazibwe, Venny M  Search this
Physical description:
451 p. : digital, PDF file, ill. (chiefly col.), map
Type:
Electronic resources
Place:
Uganda
Buganda
Date:
2005
Topic:
Art  Search this
Bark cloth  Search this
Call number:
DT433.245.G35 N35 2005
Data Source:
Smithsonian Libraries
EDAN-URL:
edanmdm:siris_sil_977467

Mali: From Timbuktu to Washington

Collection Creator:
Smithsonian Institution. Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage  Search this
Type:
Archival materials
Introduction:
The 2003 Mali program was an invitation to think about Mali and her important place in the wider world. Mali's influence in West Africa and beyond has been felt for centuries. But her regional, continental, and global connections are not just part of the past. The Festival program also demonstrated Malians' ongoing interest in actively forging new links worldwide.

From Timbuktu to Washington evolved over five years, from a wish and an idea to a fully developed and exciting program of musical performances and cultural activities. Planning was enhanced by the previous relationships, both personal and institutional, between the Smithsonian and Malian cultural institutions and was supported by the Malian government and U.S. agencies in Mali. Malian organizers thoughtfully deliberated about what to share with American visitors and determined how Malian culture in all its diversity should be represented.

Traditional music is a vibrant expression of Mali's cultural diversity and wealth. Each ethnic group and region is characterized by certain musical rhythms, instruments, and compositions - a tremendous diversity of which were reflected in the Festival program. Music is involved in all aspects of life, marking birth, work, marriage, religious ceremonies, and death. For the Malian people, music is fundamental and essential to life: it has a precise function and meaning, and it is inextricably linked to a set of doctrines, ideals, beliefs, and practices whose coherence constitutes the identity of each group. Since beliefs about music are often associated with beliefs about the origin of both music and the ethnic group that performs it, the perpetuation of music is a matter of considerable importance.

Malian crafts are a legacy from the past but also very much a part of the present - and the future. People generally think of crafts as the artistic expression of a civilization or culture, but they are much more. Crafts are an important economic resource for Malians, and in 1995 the government adopted a Craft Code to protect and develop craft activity, which the code defined as all basically manual extraction, transformation, or production of goods or services, in metalwork (such as tool-making and appliance repair), woodwork (from carpentry to paper-making), textile and leather work (such as tailoring and tanning), mining and building trades, food processing and preparation (from meat-cutting to milling grain), health and body care (from hairdressing to incense-making), as well as arts. Crafts encompass not only objects used in rituals and traditional ceremonies, but also objects used in daily life - all demonstrated for Festival visitors on the National Mall. Other presentations focused on Malian vernacular architecture, the building arts, and foodways.

Samuel Sidibé, Oumou Dembélé, Zakiyatou Halatine, Sina Maiga, Stephanie Diakité, Modibo Diarra, and Vanessa Adams constituted the Curatorial Board/General Festival Coordination in Mali; Mary Jo Arnoldi and John Franklin were the Curatorial Team; Aboubakar Sanogo was Program Coordinator; and Diana N'Diaye was Fashion Curator. Music and Dance Commission: Kardigué Laico Traoré and N'tji Bagayoko; Craft Commission: Oumou Maiga; Architecture Commission: Alpha Baba Cissé and Boubacar Mady Diallo; Gastronomy Commission: Ami Sow; Communication Commission: Yiriba Samaké; Tourism Commission: Korotimi Théra; Commercial Crafts Commission: Tidiane Hady Kane.

The Mali National Planning Commission included: Dabele Diassana, Chair; Moussa Konaté; Gaoussou Mariko; Abdoulaye Sow; Germaine Samaké Sylla; Demba Kone; Oumou Maiga; Illal; Fatim Kouyaté; Yriba Samaké; and Mamadou Soubounou. A National Advisory Board included: Mossadeck Shada Bally; Alpha Baba Cissé; Ousmane Daou; Idrissa Diakité; Zakiyatou Halatine; Doulaye Konaté; Adam Ba Konaré, co-chair; Fatim Kouyaté; Adama Samessekou; Bintou Sanankuoa; Klena Sanogo; Samuel Sidibé, co-chair; Bakary Soumanou; Ousmane Sow; Djibril Tabouré; Adam Thiam; Barthélémy Togo; and Ibrahim Ag Youssouf.

The program was made possible by a partnership with the Government of Mali (Office of the President; Office of the Prime Minister; Malian National Folklife Festival Commission; Ministry ofTourism and Crafts; Ministry of Culture; Ministry ofWomen, Family, and Youth Affairs; and Ministry of Education), the World Bank, and the U.S. Agency for International Development. Additional supporting organizations included the U.S. Department of State, Africa Society, Corporate Council on Africa, Friends of Mali, Association of Malians, the Peace Corps, Chemonics Inc., and John Snow Inc.
Participants:
PERFORMANCE TRADITIONS

Ali Farka Touré Group, Niafunke -- Ali Farka Touré Group, NiafunkeAli Farka Touré, electric guitar, vocalsOumar Touré, congas, chorus vocalsAli KontaSouleymane Kane, djembéHamadoun BocoumMamadou Kelly

Baba Larab, Gao -- Baba Larab, GaoGuilemikoye M'bara I., 1956-, dancerArawaidou Yacouba, 1959-, guitarSalif Maiga, 1950-, guitarZéinaba Assoutor, 1977-, dancer

Dogon Masked Dance Group, Bandiagara -- Dogon Masked Dance Group, BandiagaraInogo Dolo, 1928-, singerSomou Dolo, 1963-, dancerYanousssou Dolo, 1956-, dancerBassa Dolo, 1970-, dancerAmatigué Dolo, 1968-, drummerAtemelou Dolo, 1973-, dancerOgodana Dolo, 1950-, drummerBasso Dolo, 1963-, singerAly Dolo, singer

Donso N'goni -- Donso N'goniSékouba Traoré, 1965-, Koulikoro, singer and donso n'goniDramane Traoré, 1973-, Koulikoro, donso n'goniNianankoro Diarra, 1982-, Koulikoro, guiros

Ensemble Instrumental -- Ensemble InstrumentalMassambou Wèlè Diallo, artistic directorSouadou Soumano, 1958-, singerSaranfing Kouyaté, 1950-, singerNafissatou Maiga, 1954-, singerDjeneba Doumbia, 1962-, singerAdama Soumono Sacko, 1960-, singerBabily Kanouté, 1951-, koraSaranfing Kouyaté, 1950-, koraBinéfou Koita, 1960-, n'goniModibo Diabaté, 1961-, balafonMohamadoun Ag Sidi Cissé, djembe

Groupe So Fing, Markala -- Groupe So Fing, MarkalaMariam Thiero, 1956-, singer, dancerAichata Niono, 1971-, backup singerAlmamy Thiero, 1959-, percussionistOumar Traoré, 1959-, percussionistYaya Famenta, 1972-, percussionistMohamed Khalifa Thiero, 1959-, percussionist

Groupe Sogonikun, Wassoulou -- Groupe Sogonikun, WassoulouAmadou Diakité, 1941-, dancerBakary Diakité, 1979-, dancerKassoum Diakité, 1980-, dancerBrehima Diallo, 1973-, percussionistMamaourou Doumbia, 1979-, percussionistAlmamy Traoré, 1963-, percussionistKadiè Traoré, 1978-, singerDoussouba Traoré, singer

Kanaga de Mopti -- Kanaga de MoptiDjeliba Koné, 1953-, trumpetKaniba dit Demba Koné, 1965-, guitarIssa Koné, 1978-, guitarMaki Koné, 1958-, singerSada Traoré, 1978-, drummerSekou dit Tomi Koné, 1952-, saxophone, balafonBouraima Diabaté, 1961-, singerPapa Koné, 1966-, bass guitarMamadou Traoré, 1950-, band leaderSekou Diankoumba, 1948-, singer

Krin de Birgo, Kita -- Krin de Birgo, KitaDemba Sidibé, singer, calabashMooro Sidibé, djembeTenemba Diallo, 1988-, calabashBakary Sidibé, calabash, camale n'goni

Musical Storytellers -- Musical StorytellersMoctar Kone, 1945-, n'goni, MourdiahMamary Diabaté, 1943-, n'goni, Bamako

N'Goussoun, Koulikoro -- N'Goussoun, KoulikoroMariam Bagayoko, 1952-, singer, dancerDjéneba Bagayoko, 1978-, chorus singerDognan Coulibaly, 1975-, balafonAlou Diarra, 1975-, balafon

Néba Solo Group, Sikasso -- Néba Solo Group, SikassoSouleymane Traoré (Néba Solo), 1969-, balafonYacouba Traoré, 1963-, keregneSiaka Traoré, 1971-, balafonOumar Coulibaly, 1971-, percussionZantien Gonsogo, 1959-, percussionMahamadou Traoré, 1976-, percussionBocary Dembélé, dancerIbrahim Dembélé, 1974-, dancer

Oumou Sangaré, Wassoulou -- Oumou Sangaré, WassoulouOumou Sangaré, 1968-, lead vocalsSaya Kouyaté, 1973-, singer, dancerZoumana Tereta, 1963-, sokou (traditional violin)Abdoulaye Fofana, 1954-, fluteNabintou Diakité, 1972-, singer, dancerMouneissa Tandina, 1964-, drummerSalah Baba, 1974-, guitarHamane Touré, 1964-, bassOusmane Haidara, 1954-, managerBrehima Diakité, 1965-, camale n'goniCheikh Oumar Diabaté, 1968-, djembeAlama Diakite, yabara (percussion)

Salif Keita, Bamako -- Salif Keita, BamakoSalif Keita, 1949-, lead vocals, guitarDjely Moussa Kouyaté, electric guitarHarouna Samaké, camale n'goniDrissa Bagayoko, djembeMamadou Kone, calabashAdama Kouyaté, tamaSouleymane Doumbia, African congasSouleyman Kouyaté, n'goniAbdoulaye Diabaté, keyboardsAminata Doumbia, 1976-, background vocalsAssitan Diarra, background vocalsJean-Marie Avisse, technical crewIsabel Bonvalet, technical crewTimor Cardenas, technical crewJohnson Mensah, technical crewDavid Lunardelli, technical crew

Tabital Pulaku, Mopti -- Tabital Pulaku, MoptiBoureima Dicko, 1947-, fluteDinda Sarré, 1958-, n'goniGabdo Cissé, 1978-, dancerGoro Hamadoun, 1971-, calabashAminata Coulibaly, dancerHamadoun Biga Cissé, drumYehia Dicko, violinAlima Barry, dancerAminata Salmana Traoré, singer

Tartit, Kel Antessar -- Tartit, Kel AntessarMohamed Aly Ansar, leaderIssa Amanou, n'goniMohamed Issa Ag Oumar, n'goniIdwal Ag Mohamed, n'goniFatoumata Walett Mohomadoun, dancerTafa Walett Alhousseini, violinFatoumata HaidaraZeinabu Walett Oumar, tende

PUPPETRY

Yaya Coulibaly, 1957-, puppeteer, Bamako

CRAFT TRADITIONS

Fatoumata Maiga, 1961-, carding, Ségou

Aminata Keita, 1983-, spinning, Ségou

Ousmane Sarré, 1969-, cotton weaving, Badalabougou

Kola Kassé, 1944-, wool weaving, Mopti

Nakounté Diarra, -- bogolan -- , mudcloth, Kolokani

Founemousso Sakiliba, 1940-, -- bogolan -- , mudcloth, Bamako

Ousmane Ganame, 1942-, indigo-dyeing, Bandiagara

Tantou Sambaké, modern tie-dyeing, Bamako

Aminata Sacko, 1961-, modern tie-dyeing, Bamako

Sanounou Bathily, fabric finishing, Bamako

Ousmane Traoré, 1947-, hand embroidery, Djenne

Sekou Touré, machine embroidery, Bamako

Dikourou Diarrah Traoré, fashion design, Dou Couture, Bamako

Sambou Fané, fashion design, Bamako

Kasobane Design Group, Bamako -- Kasobane Design Group, BamakoKandioura Coulibaly, fashion designKlétigui Dembélé, fashion design

Style Movement Consultants Models -- Style Movement Consultants ModelsStephanie Alexander, Toya Brown, Terraria Chase, Maria Dennard, Tanisha Dodson, Alyssa Grannum, Torye Hurt, Viola Iso-Hola, Evan Jones, Sean Majors, Darlena Perry, Darletra Perry, Angela Tilghman, Latonya Tilghman, Nila Zachman

Malian Association Models -- Malian Association ModelsRokiatou Ba, Aminata Amy Cissé, Boubacar Cissé, Djeneba Djenny Diakité, Aichatou Keita, Hawa Keita, Kadiatou Koné, Djingareye M. Lawani, Adam A. Ouologuem, Assetou Traoré, Fanta Traoré

Alassane Ag Agaly, 1973-, Tuareg jewelry, Gao

Amadou Samasekou, 1955-, Tuareg jewelry, Mopti

Hady Koné, 1967-, modern jewelry, Bamako

Mamadou Gueye Thiam, modern jewelry, Kayes

Kassim Ballo, 1961-, blacksmithing, Bamako

Mohamed Ag Iknane, 1964-, blacksmithing, Gao

Kadidia Nienta, 1975-, pottery, Mopti

Almadane Traoré, 1939-, straw jewelry, Timbuktu

Fatoumata Gariko, 1958-, straw jewelry, Hombori, Mopti region

Halimatou Abouba, mat-weaving, Gao

Tago Walet Mémé, 1956-, leather work, Timbuktu

Fadiala Dembelé, 1953-, modern leather work, Bamako

Tairou Soumbounou, shoemaking, Bamako

Mody Cissoko, 1959-, wood sculpture, Bamako

ARTS OF ADORNMENT

Kadidia Ouologuem, 1963-, hairdressing, Bamako

Soumata Sidi, 1964-, hairdressing, Gao

Aminata Doumbia, 1976-, henna artistry. Bamako

Korotoumo Ouattara, 1948-, shea butter extraction, Sikasso

TRADITIONAL MEDICINE

Toumani Diakité, 1966-, Bamako

FOODWAYS TRADITIONS

Ami Sow

Kadiatou Sow Traoré, 1955-

Halimatou Touré

Kadia Souko

Fatoumata Sissoko Cissé

Koumba Kanté

Mariam Diarra

Aissa Touré Alhamafi, 1955-

Maimouna Coulibaly Camara

ARCHITECTURE TRADITIONS

Baba Cissé, architect

Boubacar Mady Diallo, architect

Alassane Hasseye, 1942-, master mason

Boubacar Kouroumanse, master mason

Manhamane dit Berre Yanou, 1936-, master mason

Almoudou Baigna, master mason

Alhousseini Ag Tajoudine, 1963-, Tuareg tent

Sekou Tientao, mason

Mandedeou Tanapo, mason

Mamoudou Kontao, mason

Oumar Yonou, mason

Agaly Ousmane, mason

Baba Touré, mason

Ahamadou Hasseye, mason

Adoulahi Albaidja, mason
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Access by appointment only. Where a listening copy or viewing copy has been created, this is indicated in the respective inventory; additional materials may be accessible with sufficient advance notice and, in some cases, payment of a processing fee. Older papers are housed at a remote location and may require a minimum of three weeks' advance notice and payment of a retrieval fee. Certain formats such as multi-track audio recordings and EIAJ-1 videoreels (1/2 inch) may not be accessible. Contact the Ralph Rinzler Folklife Archives and Collections at 202-633-7322 or rinzlerarchives@si.edu for additional information.
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