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The Encoded Cirebon Mask

Materiality, Flow, and Meaning along Java's Islamic Northwest Coast

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In <i>The Encoded Cirebon Mask: Materiality, Flow, and Meaning along Java’s Islamic Northwest Coast</i>, Laurie Margot Ross situates masks and masked dance in the Cirebon region of Java (Indonesia) as an authentic expression of Islam by analyzing the objects themselves.

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