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I am happy to announce that Volume 29 of BEADS: Journal of the Society of Bead Researchers (2017) will be ready for mailing in mid-December. It contains articles on beads and beadwork from around the world, as well as several book reviews (see below).
If you are not an SBR member and want to receive this issue, you need to join for 2017. To do so, go to the Membership page on the SBR website https://beadresearch.org/membership/ and choose the appropriate membership level. You will then also receive the two digital issues of The Bead Forum newsletter that were issued this year.
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Table of Contents:
Patterns of Scandinavian Bead Use between the Iron Age and Viking Age, ca. 600-1000 C.E., by Matthew Delvaux
An XRF Compositional Analysis of Opaque White Glass Beads from 17th-Century Mission Santa Catalina de Guale, Georgia, by Elliot H. Blair
Antique Cloisonné Japanese Beads, by Chris Prussing
Mainland Chinese Export Beadwork, by Valerie Hector
Flying Woman’s Beaded Cheyenne Cradleboard and Associated Bead Card from Fort Keogh, Montana, by William T. Billeck
The World in a Bead: The Murano Glass Museum’s Collection, by Augusto Panini, reviewed by
Wild Beads of Africa, by Billy Steinberg and Jamey Allen, reviewed by Joyce Holloway
A Bag Worth a Pony: The Art of the Ojibwe Bandolier Bag, by Marcia G. Anderson, reviewed by Richard Green
Ancient Egyptian Beads, by Nai Xia, reviewed by Karlis Karklins