The most recent issue of African Arts (spring 2007) is devoted to the theme of "Ceramic Arts in Africa."
Researchers within the museum as well as staff with proxy access can click here or here for access to the entire online version of this issue.
- Ceramic Arts in Africa: A Curator's Perspective / Kathleen Bickford Berzock
- Ceramic Arts in Africa: Field Research and Making Objects Speak / Barbara E. Frank
- Early Ceramics from Calabar, Nigeria: Towards a History of Nsibidi / Christopher Slogar
- Marks of Identity: Potters of the Folona (Mali) and Their "Mothers" / Barbara E. Frank
- Containers of Life: Pottery and Social Relations in the Grassfields (Cameroon) / Silvia Forni
- Namsifueli Nyeki: A Tanzanian Potter Extraordinaire / Barbara Thompson
- Metaphors, Myths and Making Pots: Chewa Clay Arts / Laurel Birch Aguilar
- Interview with Clive Sithole / Gary van Wyk
- The Women of Kalabougou (Mali) / Janet Goldner
- Ewe Ceramics as the Visualization of Vodun / Lisa Aronson
- Pottery-Making in Bonakire, Ghana / Marla C. Berns