Previous publications

  1. L. U. AFONSO, 2016. “Patterns of Artistic Hybridization in the Early Proto-globalization Period.” Journal of World History, 27 (2): 215-53.
  2. L. U. AFONSO; J. HORTA, 2013. “Afro-Portuguese Olifants with hunting scenes (c. 1490- c. 1540)”, Mande Studies, 15, pp. 79-97.
  3. F. LAMP, 1983. “House of Stones: Memorial Art of Fifteenth-Century Sierra Leone.” The Art Bulletin, 65 (2): 219-37.
  4. P. MARK, 2002. ‘Portuguese’ Style and Luso-African Identity; precolonial Senegambia, sixteenth to nineteenth century. Bloomington & Indianapolis: Indiana University Press.
  5. P. MARK, 2007. “Towards a reassessment of the dating and geographical origins of the Luso-African ivories, fifteenth to seventeenth centuries”, History in Africa, 34: 189-211.
  6. P. MARK, 2014. “Beyond Iconography: Towards a visual semantics of the Luso-African ivory saltcellars, sixteenth – seventeenth century,”. In F. Trivellato, L-Halevi, C. Antunes, (eds.). Religion and Cross-Cultural Trade in World History, 1000-1900, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp.236-266.
  7. P. MARK, 2015. “‘Bini, Vidi, Vici’; On the misuse of ‘Style’ in African Art History”, History of Africa, 42: 323-334.
  8. P. MARK; J. HORTA, 2011. The Forgotten Diaspora: Jewish Communities in West Africa and the Creation of the Atlantic World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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