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247 INDEX Page numbers in italic text indicate illustrations. Abbass, D. K., 53, 66 accomplishment, in well-being, 150, 164–65. See also serious leisure; well-being components Ackerman, B. P., 54, 55, 222n50 Adams, R. N., 169 aesthetics: aesthetic encounter, 179. See also Kuna aesthetics Agnew, L., 26 albinism, 26, 88, 94 American Indian: bandolier bags, 53; match coats, 52, 52–53; ribbonwork, 53–55, 54, 65, 222n50, 223n1, 224n3; rituals, 174 American quilting, 152–53 Amish, 168, 231n7 Apgar, J. M., 169, 174, 179, 233n74 Appadurai, A., 28 appliqué techniques: development of, 65–67; reverse, 66, 71, 136, 140, 193; surface, 66–67, 140, 193 arm and leg beads. See wini Arthur, L. B., 47, 50, 51, 220n53, 225n43 autoethnographic text, 173, 226n53 autonomous territories: Panamanian Autonomous Territories Law, 172, 232n36. See also Panama comarcas banana plantations, 20 bandolier bags, 53 beads. See jewelry; wini Becker, M. J., 52, 53 Bell, Eleanor Yorke, 59, 209, 223n89, 235n6 Berlo, J. C., 46, 47, 48 bisu-bisu sewing technique, 194, 194 Blood, J. A., 160, 162, 230nn57–58 Bodley, J., 168–69 body adornments, 30, 31 body image, 127–28 body modification components, of dress ensemble , 121, 121. See also body painting body painting, 59, 62, 78, 121, 121, 223n84, 225n48 body supplements components, of dress ensemble , 33, 121, 121–22. See also footwear; necklaces ; nose rings; wini Bolivia, 57, 58 British, 29 Burnham, D. K., 68–69 Burt, E. L. and J. Atkinson, 161, 163, 165 Canal Zone. See Panama Canal Zone casual leisure, 150, 151. See also serious leisure celebrations, ritual, 174, 175, 178, 181 chain stitch, 195, 203 chanting, 156, 158, 159, 178, 179 Chapin, N. M., 26, 28 characterization, in cultural authentication of dress, 46, 55, 56 characterization, in cultural authentication of molas, 65; classification of molas, 79, 226n50; etymology of word mola, 76; extension of meaning of word mola, 76–77; naming sewing techniques, 79, 84, 226n51; naming types of mola designs, 77–79; overview, 75, 75–76 Chernela, J., 1, 173, 174 Chiriguanos, 57 Choco Indians, 31, 31, 220n41. See also Embera people cloth, 227n6; acquisition by incentive or gift, 56–57, 222n65; cut-thread, 49, 49–50; in early Kuna dress, 30–32. See also fabric; textiles; trade cloth cloth, in Kuna dress: in early Kuna dress, 30–32. See also cloth, in mola blouses cloth, in mola blouses: in mola panel layer fabric, 61, 70, 223n93; origins of, 222n65; variety in early mola blouses, 59, 61 cloth, structural alteration to create molas. See transformation, in cultural authentication of molas cloth components, in dress ensemble, 33, 126; overview, 121, 122. See also head scarves; mola blouses; wrap skirts cloth gifting: acquisition by, 56–57, 222n65; Spanish, 30, 56–57, 76, 220n38 clothing, and body image, 128 coconut blight, 229n15 Collier, A. F., 161, 162, 230n57 Colombia, 2, 9, 173, 233n51 Colón, 19, 20, 30, 58 colonization: dress and, 170–71; Spanish, 29, 56, 57, 68, 76, 77, 84, 222n61, 225n31 comarcas (autonomous territories), 2. See also Kuna Yala comarca; Panama comarcas commoditization, of molas, 87, 226n66 Coope, Anna, 58 Costa Rica, 2 counterchange sewing technique: design filling panel examples, 202, 203, 213; mola panel pair examples, 197, 198–202; overview, 197 248 Index created authenticity, 47. See also invention of tradition cross-hatching sewing technique, 195, 195 crowns sewing technique, 194, 194 cruise ship tourism, 181, 234n91 Csikszentmihalyi, M., 154–55, 175, 179, 181, 230n25, 230n58 Csikszentmihalyi, M., and R. E. Robinson, 179 cultural authentication, 77, 225n43; of American Indian match coats, 52, 52–53; of American Indian ribbonwork, 53–55, 54, 222n50; of Hawaiian holoku, 50, 50–51; of Hawaiian quilting , 51–52, 222n38, 225n43; invented tradition and, 48; of Kalabari cut-thread cloth (pelete bite), 45, 48, 49, 49–50. See also created authenticity ; invention of tradition cultural authentication of dress, 221n3; application of concept, 55; concept, 45–46, 55, 221n2; non-Western to Western, 47, 221n14. See also cultural authentication; textile authentication, in non-Western dress cultural authentication of dress, components, 46–47, 56, 221n9. See also characterization; incorporation; selection; transformation cultural authentication of molas, 46, 48, 55, 227n73; components, 55, 88–89, 89; dissemination of mola expertise, 87–88, 226n72; invented tradition and, 47, 48; process completion, 88–89, 89. See also characterization; incorporation ; invention of tradition; selection; transformation cultural biography, 86–87 cultural survival: See ethnic survival strategies; Kuna Identity culture: dress and, 30; flow of, 28; museums and knowledge about, 38. See also Kuna culture DeLong...

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9780826357076
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