This series provides a point of encounter for contributions from diverse sources to the study of what is often described as 'material culture'. There are many worthwhile approaches to the study of different aspects of utilitarian, decorative, and cult objects, from classical to modern times, in Western and other literate cultures. This the series is characterized by its breadth of scope and eclecticism. Like the journal from which it takes its name, provides a forum for authors from many disciplines including anthropology, art history, music, and architectural studies.
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