Heather Rowe Grant

Heather Rowe Grant

Heather Grant is a graduate of Anthropology, Human Nutrition, Spanish and Latin American Studies and is currently pursuing a Master of Dance Studies at the Univ
Heather Rowe Grant
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Oráculo sin Voz: Del solar al salón: el largo camino de la rumba

Oráculo sin Voz: Del solar al salón: el largo camino de la rumba

The Egungun or masquerade tradition of the Yoruba has counterparts among almost all the ethnic groups within Nigeria - and is believed to be the root of the Carnival tradition in the New World. http://www.clarku.edu/~jborgatt/IP_egungun.jpg

The Egungun or masquerade tradition of the Yoruba has counterparts among almost all the ethnic groups within Nigeria - and is believed to be the root of the Carnival tradition in the New World. http://www.clarku.edu/~jborgatt/IP_egungun.jpg

LE MORNE, MAURITIUS - MAY 11: Performers dressed in a traditional mauritian costume performs a sega dance at the Le Paradis Hotel in Mauritius on May 11, 2011. by bengy, via ShutterStock

LE MORNE, MAURITIUS - MAY 11: Performers dressed in a traditional mauritian costume performs a sega dance at the Le Paradis Hotel in Mauritius on May 11, 2011. by bengy, via ShutterStock

African Dance,Mauritius

Africa | Female dance mask from the Kuba people of Congo | Wood, textiles, cowrie shells, glass beads | 19th century | The mask represents Ngady Mwaash, the sister (more rarely the mother) of the mighty Woot, the founder of the kingdom

Africa | Female dance mask from the Kuba people of Congo | Wood, textiles, cowrie shells, glass beads | 19th century | The mask represents Ngady Mwaash, the sister (more rarely the mother) of the mighty Woot, the founder of the kingdom