Claude-Henri Pirat is a specialist in the ancient art of Africa.
Barbara Plankensteiner is curator for African art at the Museum für Völkerkunde
Teacher and photographer, who is doing doctoral research in ethno-aesthetics and preparing a publication on "primitivism" in photography.
John M. D. Pohl is an adjunct professor in the Department of Art History at the University of California at Los Angeles.
Matthew S. Polk Jr. is a co-founder of the Historic Textile Research Foundation.
Francoise Pommaret is director of research at the CNRS and conseiller at the Institut de langue et culture bhoutanaise, Royal University of Bhutan.
Marianne Pourtal Sourrieu is head of the Musée d’Arts Africains, Océaniens, Amérindiens in Marseille.
George Nelson Preston is a professor of art history at the City College/City University of New York and has published extensively on African art.
Suzanne Preston Blier is chair of Fine Arts and of African and African American Studies at
HDR lecturer in art history and aesthetics at the University Bordeaux-Montaigne fine arts department.