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Examines the ways in which hair has served as a signifier of class, gender, ethnicity, authority, conformity/non-conformity, and power throughout history. Countless issues and examples are explored in this volume including: hair styles of royalty; wigs worn by lawmakers and judges; ceremonial hairstyles of tribes throughout the world; Olvier...more
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I am a professional hairdresser and hairdressing historian. I was terribly disappointed when I opened this book. It has... Read full review · www.amazon.com · · 9/5/2006
Hair has displayed more than changing styles: it's served as an indicator of class, gender, conformity and power... Read full review · www.amazon.com · Midwest Book Review · 5/21/2006