3 edition of Textiles of the highland peoples of Burma found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||by Michael C. Howard.|
|Series||Studies in the material cultures of Southeast Asia -- no. 7-8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||9744800666, 9744800747|
|LC Control Number||2008313734|
Denied a return to heaven, they took up their abode in Burma, and, multiplying there, introduced among the people the cultivation of cotton, and the arts of spinning and weaving." It is most probable that cotton was introduced from India, where it was used at a period much earlier than there is any record of its use in China. Textiles of the highland peoples of Northern Vietnam. Bangkok: White Lotus Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Howard, Michael C. Textiles of the highland peoples of Northern Vietnam. Bangkok: White Lotus Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael C Howard; Kim Be Howard.
Bamar people typically use the day of birth (traditional 8-day calendar, which includes Yahu, Wednesday afternoon) as the basis for naming, although this practice is not universal. Letters from groups within the Burmese alphabet are designated to certain days, from which the Bamar choose names. The Shan and Kachin textiles and garments, the consideration and discussion of which form the subject of the following notes, were collected in Burma by Mr. E. C. S. George, C.I.E., at the end of last century, whilst he was on the Commission for the delimitation of the Burma-China boundary.
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Paperback. Textiles of the highland peoples of Burma. Bangkok: White Lotus Press, ©(OCoLC) Online version: Howard, Michael C. Textiles of the highland peoples of Burma. Bangkok: White Lotus Press, ©(OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Michael C Howard.
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1: The Naga, Chin, Jingpho and Other Baric-speaking Groups Studies in the Material Cultures of Southeast Asia No. 7 Volume 1 focuses on the speakers of Tibeto-Burma languages that are classified as baric.
textiles of the highland peoples of burma. volume 1: the naga, chin, jingpho, and other baric-speaking groups.
howard, michael c. This book is the first comprehensive study of the textile of Burma's highland minority peoples.
It is profusely illustrated with numerous b/w, and striking color photographic reproductions. Wrappers and interior in overall very good condition. Edition: First Edition. BUDDHA IMAGES FROM BURMA PART 2: BRONZE AND RELATED METALS.
THE ORIENTAL COLLECTION CHINESE CERAMICS. THE ORIENTAL COLLECTION CHINESE AND JAPANESE PAINTINGS. ORIENTAL TEXTILES. (Weight= grams) by BY YUTAKA MINO. JAMES ROBINSON.
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Top 10 books about Burma Maugham was an acute observer of both people and landscapes and, today, the book reads almost as an elegy for a long-gone culture.
Top 10 books. Textiles of the Highland Peoples of Burma. Volume 1: The Naga, Chin, Jingpho, and Other Baric-speaking Groups. Michael C. Howard. Bangkok. pages. color plates, plus black and white ethnographic photos illustrating tribal dress.
His most recent books include Textiles of the Hill Tribes of Burma, The Palaung of Northern Thailand, Textiles of the Daic Peoples of Vietnam, Textiles of the Central Highlands of Vietnam, and Textiles of the Highland Peoples of Northern Vietnam: Mon-Khmer, Hmong-Mien, and Tibeto-Burman.
This book considers the various ways Southeast Asian textile artisans reacted over the centuries to the steady stream of new and powerful ideas and raw materials arriving from India, China, the Islamic world and Europe. A detailed and definitive resource, Textiles of Southeast Asia is a welcome addition to the field of textiles.
Textiles of Burma. This is a woman's wrap around skirt of the Southern Jingpho tribal group. Cm x This group, also called Chingpaw, lives mainly in Northern Burma, Kachin state and Sagaing area. They belong to the Tibeto-Burman, or Baric language group. They are. ASEAN TRADITIONAL TEXTILES SYMPOSIUM.
NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE 21st CENTURY 5 AND 6 DECEMBER Köln, Cloth. The text of the book is in German but the text on the dustjacket is in English. Standard work. booknr. €POWER DRESSING. MEN'S FASHION AND PRESTIGE IN AFRICA. TEXTILES OF THE HIGHLAND PEOPLES OF BURMA. Dwelling in the highland areas of Northeast India, Bangladesh, Southwest China, Taiwan, Burma (Myanmar), Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and Peninsular Malaysia are hundreds of “peoples”.
Together their population adds up to million, more than most of the countries they live in. "Textiles of the Highland Peoples of Northern Vietnam, Mon-Khmer, Hmong-Mien, and Tibeto-Burman" by Michael C.
Howard & Kim Be Howard in the series 'Studies in the Material Culture of Southeast Asia' No 5 published by White Lotus Press in ISBN Completes survey of the textiles of the highland minority peoples of Vietnam. It covers peoples speaking languages classified as Mon-Khmer. The book features the textiles of 6 highland ethnic groups.
Text and photos includes quite detailed information on techniques. "A Golden Souvenier of Hilltribes of Thailand" by Michael Freeman published by Asia Books in and reprinted in ISBN Photos and text in this relatively slim volume abut the culture of the Akha.
Before colonial rule, Burma consisted essentially of the central lowland areas and a few conquered peoples, with highland peoples only nominally under Burmese control.
The British brought most of the highlands peoples loosely under their control but allowed highland minorities to retain a good deal of their own identity. Registered Office: Broadway, Fifth Floor, New York, NY USA.
Textiles. There are three important silk textiles in Cambodia. They include the ikat silks (chong kiet in Khmer), or hol, the twill-patterned silks and the weft ikat textiles.
 Patterns are made by tying natural and synthetic fibers on the weft threads and then it is dyed. It is repeated for different colors until the patterns firm and cloth is woven.This book covers textiles in Việt Nam--including bark-cloth, kapok and hemp--through the centuries of Chinese rule in the north, a number of independent feudal societies and the brief period of French colonial rule"--Language: English: Published: Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, Classmark: FNF /Burma, which is now officially known as Myanmar, has suffered a turbulent 20th century but is now attaining previously inconceivable levels of stability and is bringing travellers to the country in droves to experience its natural wonders and its rich culture and history.
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