The Encoded Cirebon Mask : Materiality, Flow, and Meaning along Java's Islamic Northwest Coast /

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Author / Creator:Ross, Laurie Margot, author.
Imprint:Leiden : Brill, [2016]
Description:xvi, 374 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.
Language:English
Series:Studies on performing arts & literature of the Islamicate world, 2214-6563 ; volume 2
Studies on performing arts & literature of the Islamicate world ; v. 2.
Subject:Masks -- Indonesia -- Cirebon (Kabupaten)
Folk dancing -- Indonesia -- Cirebon (Kabupaten)
Islamic arts -- Indonesia -- Cirebon (Kabupaten)
Islam -- Indonesia -- Cirebon (Kabupaten)
Civilization.
Folk dancing.
Islam.
Islamic arts.
Masks.
Cirebon (Indonesia : Kabupaten) -- Civilization.
Indonesia -- Cirebon (Kabupaten)
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11061235
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ISBN:9789004311374
9004311378
9789004315211
Notes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 305-337) and index.
Summary:"Situates masks and masked dancing in the Cirebon region of Java (Indonesia) as an original expression of Islam. This is a different view from that of many scholars, who argue that canonical prohibitions on fashioning idols and imagery prove that masks are mere relics of indigenous beliefs that Muslim travelers could not eradicate. Making use of archives, oral histories, and the performing objects themselves, Ross traces the mask's trajectory from a popular entertainment in Cirebon--once a portal of global exchange--to a stimulus for establishing a deeper connection to God in late colonial Java, and eventual links to nationalism in post-independence Indonesia"--
Other form:Online version: Ross, Laurie Margot, author. Encoded Cirebon mask. Leiden : Brill, [2016] 9789004315211
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