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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Celestial portraits: Nikau Hindin at the Drowse2020 Art New Zealand (175): 73-6
  • Hanahiva Rose
H6/KX [ART-]0110-1102
Modern Őmie women: virtual indigeneity and intimations of empowerment2017 Oceania 87 (3): 282-97
  • Marta Rohatynskyj
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Local knowledge of the Dusun Tindal in Kobog (bark cloth) production2017 Borneo research bulletin 48: 201-9
  • Junior Kimwah
  • Normadiah Nassir
  • Salbiah Kindoyop
H6/KX [BORNEO-]0006-7806
Shifting patterns. Barkcloth of the Pacific2016 Tribal art (79): 76-83
  • Natasha McKinney
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
The mother's union goes on strike: women, tapa cloth and Christianity in a Papua New Guinea society2016 The Australian journal of anthropology 27 (2): 185-205
  • Anna-Karina Hermkens
  • John Barker
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Gender and Christianity in Melanesia: towards a unified analysis'
Tapa cloths and beaters: tradition, innovation and the agency of the Bounty women in shaping a new culture on Pitcairn Island from 1790 to 18502016 Textile history 47 (2): 190-207
  • Pauline Reynolds
H6/KGGT [TEXTILES-]0040-4969
Characterization of an archaeological decorated bark cloth from Agagauitai Island, Gambier archipelago, French Polynesia2016 Journal of archaeological science 76: 56-69
  • Andrea Seelenfreund
  • Barbara Peña-Ahumada
  • Claudia Payacán
  • Fiona Petchey
  • Marcela Sepúlveda
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Masi: house and cloth of the vanua2016 Journal of material culture 21 (2): 187-204
  • Jara Hulkenberg
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]1359-1835
Mediations of cloth: tapa and personhood among the Maisin in PNG2015 Oceania 85 (1): 10-23
  • Anna-Karina Hermkens
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077in special issue 'Gender and person in Oceania'
Őmie art and Őmie artists©2015 Oceania 85 (3): 390-410
  • Marta Rohatynskyj
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0029-8077
Tifaifai of French Polynesia and the internet2015 Pacific arts 14 (1-2): 69-77
  • Joyce Hammond
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special double issue 'Pacific intersections and cross-currents: uncharted histories and future trends'
Hawaiian revival: rediscovering the art of making kapa2015 Asian textiles (61): 11-16
  • Nick Fielding
Behind the scenes with British Museum conservators at 'Shifting Pattterns: Pacific bark-cloth clothing'2015 Asian textiles (62): 4-8
  • Monique Pullan
A Pitcairn tiputa in the Five Continents Museum2014-2015 Journal fünf Kontinente 1: 222-31
  • Pauline Reynolds
Printed barkcloth, Fiji. Printed cotton, France2014 Hali (182): 34-5
  • Rachel Meek
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Textiles of the trees2014 British Museum magazine (80): 34-6
  • Natasha McKinney
*H6 [BRITISH MUSEUM SOCIETY. Bulletin]0965-8297
Polyvocal Tongan barkcloths: contemporary ngatu and nomenclature at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa2013 Tuhinga 24: 85-104
  • Billie Lithberg
H6/KX [NEW ZEALAND-]1173-4337
History and restoration of a Tonga archipelago chief head-dress that is in the Museo de América, Madrid2013 Anales. Museo de América (Madrid) 21: 117-35
  • Carmen Cerezo Ponte
  • Mercedes Amézaga Ramos
H6/KUL [MUSEO DE AMERICA. Anales]1133-8741English summary
Women's magic2012 Hali (172): 82-7
  • Jonathan Hope
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
'O le Tino ma le Galu: the body and the wave. An autobiography of my artistic practice2012 Pacific arts 12 (2): 24-30
  • Dan Taulapapa McMullin
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252
Ancestors of the lake: art of Lake Sentani and Humboldt Bay2011 Tribal art 60: 94-103
  • Virginia-Lee Webb
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Evolution of Polynesian bark cloth and factors influencing cultural change2011 Journal of anthropological archaeology 30 (2): 116-34
  • Anna W. Larsen
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Art and artefacts from Micronesia2010 Tribal art 14 (2): 64-71
  • Ingrid Heerman
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Exhibiting art, eliding community: Tongan barkcloth, identity, and otherness in a community arts2010 Pacific arts 10 (2): 34-46
  • Ping-Ann Addo
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252
Materialising the king: the royal funeral of King Tāufa 'āhau Tupou IV of Tonga2009 The Australian journal of anthropology 20 (1): 131-49
  • Fanny Wonu Veys
H6/KF [AUSTRALIAN-]1035-8811in special issue 'Materialising Oceania'
A tale of two tapa: their history, legend and celebrity ownership by Robert Louis Stevenson2009 Journal of the Polynesian Society 118 (4): 339-59
  • Roger G. Swearingen
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Rosanna Raymond'sGenealogy (2007): notes on a new addition to the world cultures collection at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter2008 Journal of museum ethnography (20): 120-7
  • Rosanna Raymond
  • Tony Eccles
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0954-7169in thematic issue 'Objects of trade: papers from the annual conference of the Museum Ethnographers Group held at the National Maritime Museum 21-22 May 2007'
Barkcloth, Polynesia and cladistics: an update2008 Journal of the Polynesian Society 117 (1): 15-57
  • Paul Tolstoy
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Hawaiian quilts: chiefly self-representations in nineteenth century Hawaii2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 23-36
  • Stacy L. Kamehiro
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
Commoner Tongan women authenticate Ngatu pepa in Auckland2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 60-73
  • Ping-Ann Addo
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
Innovative tradition: reshaping the Samoan art of Siapo (decorated barkcloth)2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 74-87
  • Teri L. Sowell
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
The influence of Tongan Ngatu on nineteenth and twentieth century Samoan Siapo2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 88-93
  • Hilary L. Scothorn
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
The tie that binds: Siapo, Western cloth, and Samoan social space2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 94-103
  • Anne E. Guernsey Allen
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
Stretching the cloth: hybrid meanings, styles, and gender structures in Maisin barkcloth2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 104-14
  • Anna-Karina Hermkens
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
"...Like a mat being woven"2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 115-27
  • Heather E. Young Leslie
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
'Tapa' and text: hybrid technologies and Pacific (re)possession2007 Pacific arts 3-5: 128-38
  • Paul Sharrad
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252in special issue 'Hybrid textiles: pragmatic creativity and authentic innovations in Pacific cloth'
Gendered objects. Embodiments of colonial collecting in Dutch New Guinea2007 Journal of Pacific history 42 (1): 1-20
  • Anna-Karina Hermkens
H6/KX [JOURNAL-]0022-3344
Lumia et umbra: magic in the forest. Mbuti pygmy bark cloths2007 Hali 153: 102-11
  • Cathryn M. Cootner
*H6/KGG [HALI-]0142-0798
Iconography, myths and symbolism inscribed in ritual artifacts: the Ticuna collection in a comparative perspective2006 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 54: 95-118
  • Priscila Faulhaber
H6 [BAESSLER-]0005-3856
From coronation robes to car seat covers: the changing uses of Ugandan barkcloth2006 Kenya past and present 36: 53-8
  • Catherine Gombe
  • Celia Nyamweru
H6/KY [KENYA-]0257-8301
Barkcloth in Tonga, 1773-1900: presenting the past in the present2005 Journal of museum ethnography 17: 101-17
  • Fanny Wonu Veys
*H6 [JOURNAL-]0954-7169in special issue 'Pacific ethnography, politics and museums'
Animal designs on Samoan siapo and other thoughts on west Polynesian barkcloth design2005 Journal of the Polynesian Society 114 (3): 197-225
  • Adrienne L. Kaeppler
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Clothing and innovation: a Pacific perspective2003 Anthropology today 19 (2): 3-5
  • Graeme Were
  • Susanne Küchler
Sculptures of barkcloth and wood from Rapa Nui. Symbolic continuities and Polynesian affinities2003 Res 44: 10-69
  • Adrienne Kaeppler
*H6 [RES]0277-1322
'Clothed and in their right mind': women's dress on Erromango, Vanuatu2001 Pacific arts 23/24: 69-86
  • Barbara Lawson
*H6/KFY [PACIFIC-]1018-4252
'Merkwürdigkeiten' aus Tonga und Viti: Ein Beitrag zur Ankaufspolitik von Ethnographica der Königlichen Kunstkammer zu Berlin, 1800-18301999 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 48 (1): 189-221
  • Anette Scahde
0005-3856English summary
From the barkcloth beating to silk weaving. The textile industry from prehistory to the western Han dunasty in south China1997/8 Textile Museum journal 36/7: 60-70
  • Tracey Lie-dan Lu
Tapa in Tonga - Gestern und heute. Aufzeichnungen zur Begegnung mit den Frauen von Langa Fonua 'ae Fefine Tonga1997 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 45: 63-84
  • Renate von Gizycki
English summary
Aspects of Tongan material culture1997 Baessler-Archiv (Neue Folge) 45: 29-46
  • Ilaisa Futa Helu
Mbuti design: Pygmy art of Ituri, Zaire1997 World of tribal arts 4 (1): 54-63
  • Georges Meurant
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