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Nii Otokunor Quarcoopome

Nii Otokunor Quarcoopome is curator of African art and head of the department of Africa, Oceania, and Indigenous Americas at the Detroit Institute of Arts.

Erica P. Jones

Erica P. Jones is associate curator of African arts at the Fowler Museum at UCLA in Los Angeles.

Wilfrédo P. Ronquillo

Scientist and curator in the Department of Archaeology at the National Museum of the Philippines, Manila.

Amy Page

Amy Page, a freelance writer who lives in New York, specializes in and is a longtime follower of the art and antiques market.

Marisol Palma

Marisol Palma holds a doctorate in history from the University of Leipzig. She specializes in the body painting traditions of Chile.

Giulia Paoletti

Giulia is an Art History Core Lecturer at Columbia University. Between 2007 and 2014, she has conducted archival and field research in Senegal, Nigeria, Cameroon, Mali, Benin and France. She has been a guest curator at the Metropolitan Museum of art for the exhibition: "In and Out of the Studio: Photographic Portraits from West Africa".

Robert K. Paterson

Robert K. Paterson is a professor of law at the University of British Columbia.

Robert K. Patterson

Professor of law at the Univertsity of British Columbia.

Philippe Peltier

Philippe Peltier is the autor of Sepik. Arts of Papouasie New Guinea.