eBook Inked: Tattoos and Body Art around the World, 1st Edition

  • Margo DeMello
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  • ISBN-10: 1610690761
  • ISBN-13: 9781610690768
  • DDC: 391.6
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 872 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released January 2015
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Overview

In the 1960s, tattooing was illegal in many parts of the United States. Today, tattooing is fully ingrained in mainstream culture and is estimated to be a multi-billion-dollar industry. This exhaustive work contains approximately 400 entries on tattooing, providing historical information that enables readers to fully understand the methods employed, the meanings of, and the motivations behind tattooing-one of the most ancient ways humans mark themselves. The encyclopedia covers all important aspects of the topic of tattooing: the major types of tattooing, the cultural groups associated with tattooing, the regions of the world where tattooing has been performed, the origins of modern tattooing in prehistory, and the meaning of each society’s use of tattoos. Major historical and contemporary figures associated with tattooing-including tattooists, tattooed people, and tattoo promoters-receive due attention for their contributions. The entries and sidebars also address the sociological movements involved with tattooing; the organizations; the media dedicated to tattooing, such as television shows, movies, magazines, websites, and books; and the popular conventions, carnivals, and fairs that have showcased tattooing.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Alphabetical List of Entries.
Topical List of Entries and Sidebars.
Preface.
Introduction.
1: Abipones.
2: Ackers, Ron.
3: Adinkra Tattoos.
4: Advertising.
5: Afterlife, Tattoos and the.
6: Age Limits, Tattoo.
7: AIDS Tattoos.
8: Ainu.
9: Alberts, Lewis “Lew the Jew”.
10: Aleut.
11: Allgier, Curtis Michael.
12: Alliance of Professional Tattooists.
13: Amateur Tattoos.
14: Amsterdam Tattoo Museum.
15: Animality.
16: Animal Tattooing.
17: Animated Tattoos.
18: Apiaká.
19: Apps, Tattoo.
20: Arctic.
21: Art, Tattoos and.
22: Atayal.
23: Australia.
24: Automatic Tattoo Machines.
25: Avner, Dennis “Stalking Cat”.
26: Back Piece.
27: Banks, Joseph.
28: Barabaig.
29: Barba, Kari.
30: Barnum, P. T..
31: Barth, Mario.
32: Baule.
33: Bedouin.
34: Berber.
35: Bessoribe.
36: Bikers.
37: Biomechanical Tattoos.
38: Blacklight Tattoos.
39: Blaine, James G..
40: Blogs, Tattoo.
41: BME.com.
42: Body Painting.
43: Body Painting Festivals.
44: Bond, Brandon.
45: Bontoc.
46: Borneo.
47: Bosnia and Herzegovina.
48: British Tattoo History Museum.
49: Broadbent, Betty.
50: Buddhism.
51: Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show.
52: Burchett, George.
53: Cabri, Jean Baptiste.
54: Cambodia.
55: Carafa, Ernie.
56: Carnivals and Circuses.
57: Caroline Islands.
58: Carroll, Jean.
59: Cartwright, Charlie.
60: Celebrities, Tattooed.
61: Celtic Tattoos.
62: Celts.
63: Charans.
64: Chicago.
65: Chicago World’s Fair, 1933.
66: Chicanos.
67: Chin.
68: China.
69: Christianity.
70: Chukchi.
71: Church of Body Modification.
72: Clark, Professor, and Princess Beatrice.
73: Class and Status.
74: Cole Brothers Circus.
75: Coleman, August “Cap.”.
76: Collins, Norman Keith “Sailor Jerry”.
77: Colonialism.
78: Community, Tattoo.
79: Coney Island.
80: Constantine, Prince.
81: Contemporary Tattooing.
82: Conventions, Tattoo.
83: Cook, Captain James.
84: Cook Islands.
85: Coptic Christians.
86: Corneal Tattoos.
87: Cosmetic Tattooing.
88: Costanoans.
89: Cover-Ups.
90: Cree.
91: Creek.
92: Crime and Punishment.
93: Dai.
94: Dampier, William.
95: Darwin, Charles.
96: Dayak.
97: De Haan, Peter.
98: DeVita, Thom.
99: Devotional Tattoos.
100: Dietzel, Amund.
101: Dime Museums.
102: Dinka.
103: Ditullio, John.
104: Dom.
105: Dracula, Jack.
106: Drung.
107: Easter Island.
108: Ed Hardy Clothing.
109: Egypt.
110: Eldridge, Chuck.
111: Ethiopia.
112: Everett, Brian.
113: Everett, Kandi.
114: Expos, Human Zoos, and World Fairs.
115: Facial Tattoos.
116: Fang.
117: Fashion, Tattoos and.
118: Fiji.
119: Fine Line Tattoos.
120: Five Dots Tattoos.
121: Flash.
122: Foot Tattoos.
123: Forcible Tattooing.
124: Foreign Letter Tattoos.
125: Fraternities.
126: Freak Shows and Freaks.
127: Fulani.
128: Full-Body Tattoos.
129: Funk, Eddie.
130: Ga’anda.
131: Gang Members.
132: Gender.
133: Genest, Rick.
134: Genital Tattoos.
135: Germany.
136: Gibbons, Artoria.
137: Gilbert Islands.
138: Goldfield, Henry.
139: Gorman, Shotsie.
140: Great Britain.
141: Greco-Roman World.
142: Grimm, Bert.
143: Gumpertz, Samuel.
144: Haake, Mary Jane.
145: Hagenbeck, Carl.
146: Haida.
147: Hamar.
148: Hansen, Ole.
149: Hardy, Don Ed.
150: Hardy, Lal.
151: Hausa.
152: Hawaii.
153: Head-Hunting.
154: Hellenbrand, Kate.
155: Henna Tattoos.
156: Hepatitis.
157: Hinduism.
158: Holden, Horace.
159: Holocaust Tattoos.
160: Horihide.
161: Hubert’s Museum.
162: Human Skin Collection.
163: Ibaloi.
164: Iban.
165: Identification.
166: Ifugao.
167: Ikpeng.
168: India.
169: Indigenous North America.
170: Indigenous South America.
171: “In the Penal Colony”.
172: Inuit.
173: Iraq.
174: Ireland.
175: Irezumi.
176: Irons, Greg.
177: Iroquois.
178: Islam.
179: Isneg.
180: Japan.
181: Jensen, Owen.
182: Jeoly, Prince.
183: Joke Tattoos.
184: Judaism.
185: Kalinga.
186: Kankanay.
187: Kayabi.
188: Kayan.
189: Knight, Jessie.
190: Knuckle Tattoos.
191: Korea.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
1: Macdonald, Sutherland.
2: Machines, Tattoo.
3: Madagascar.
4: Magazines, Tattoo.
5: Magical Tattoos.
6: Makonde.
7: Makua.
8: Malone, Mike “Rollo”.
9: Maori.
10: Mariana Islands.
11: Marquesas.
12: Marshall Islands.
13: Media Representations of Tattooing.
14: Medical Tattooing.
15: Memorial Tattoos.
16: Men’s Movement.
17: Mentawai Islands.
18: Mers.
19: Methods, Tattoo.
20: Military Tattoos.
21: Misspelled Tattoos.
22: Modeling Competitions, Tattoo.
23: Modern Primitives.
24: Mojave.
25: Moko.
26: Morocco, Tunisia, and Algeria.
27: Moskowitz, Stan.
28: Mother Tattoos.
29: Movie Tattoos.
30: Mug Shot.
31: Mummies, Tattooed.
32: Mundurucú.
33: Musafar, Fakir.
34: Music and Tattoos.
35: Myanmar.
36: Naga.
37: Name Tattoos.
38: Narratives, Tattoo.
39: National Tattoo Association.
40: Natives and Ethnic Curiosities, Tattooed.
41: Neck Tattoos.
42: Negrete, Freddy.
43: Nepal.
44: “Never Again”.
45: Newa.
46: New York City.
47: New Zealand.
48: Ngaju.
49: Nolan, Don.
50: Nuba.
51: Nukumanu Islands.
52: Oatman, Olive.
53: O’Connell, James.
54: Old School Tattoos.
55: Ontong Java.
56: O’Reilly, Samuel.
57: Organizations, Tattoo.
58: Owen, Zeke.
59: Pachuco Cross.
60: Palau.
61: Pang, Joey.
62: Papua New Guinea.
63: Pe’a.
64: Philippines, The.
65: Photo-Realistic Tattoos.
66: Picts.
67: Pigment.
68: Pike, The.
69: Pinup Girls.
70: Pocahantas.
71: Polynesia.
72: Pre-Columbian Central America.
73: Pre-Columbian South America.
74: Prejudice, Tattoo.
75: Primitivism.
76: Prisoners.
77: Prostitute Tattoos.
78: Punks.
79: Ramnamis.
80: Raven, Cliff.
81: Realistic Tattoo Studio.
82: Reality Shows, Tattoo.
83: Regulations and Laws.
84: Religious Tattoos.
85: Removal, Tattoo.
86: Ridler, Horace “Omi”.
87: Riley, Thomas “Professor”.
88: Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus.
89: Ripley’s Believe It or Not.
90: Risks and Safety, Tattoo.
91: Rites of Passage.
92: Roberts, Bob.
93: Rogers, Paul.
94: Royal Tattoos.
95: Rubin, Arnold.
96: Rudy, Jack.
97: Russia and Siberia.
98: Rutherford, John.
99: Sailors.
100: Samoa.
101: San Diego.
102: San Francisco.
103: Scalp Tattoos.
104: Scarification.
105: Schiffmacher, Henk (Hanky Panky).
106: Schools, Tattoo.
107: Scythians.
108: Secotans.
109: Sexuality.
110: Shan.
111: Sharpz, Micky.
112: Shaw, Bob.
113: Shaw, Jonathan.
114: Shops, Tattoo.
115: “Skin”.
116: Skin Collections, Tattooed.
117: Skuse, Les.
118: Social Tattoo Project.
119: Society Islands.
120: Solomon Islands.
121: Sparrow, Phil.
122: Spaulding, Huck.
123: Spaulding and Rogers.
124: Sprague, Eric.
125: SS Blood Group Tattoos.
126: St. Clair, Stoney.
127: Stencils.
128: Stigmata.
129: Sub-Saharan Africa.
130: Sulu’ape Family, The.
131: Summers, Jamie.
132: Supply Companies, Tattoo.
133: Tabwa.
134: Tahiti.
135: Taiwan.
136: Tattoo Barbie.
137: Tattoo City.
138: Tattooed Attractions.
139: Tattoo Expo 1982.
140: Tattooist, Becoming.
141: Tattoo Renaissance.
142: TattooTime.
143: Taylor, Inia.
144: Temporary Tattoos.
145: Thailand.
146: Timucua.
147: Titchener, Lionel.
148: Tiv.
149: Tlingit.
150: Todd, “Colonel” William.
151: Togo.
152: Tokelau.
153: Tonga.
154: Tongue Tattoos.
155: Traumatic Tattoos.
156: Trejo, Danny.
157: Treviño, Chris.
158: Triangle Tattoo Museum.
159: Tribal Tattoos.
160: Tuttle, Lyle.
161: Tuvalu.
162: United States.
163: Until I Find You.
164: Vagri.
165: Van Dyn, Jacobus.
166: Vanuatu.
167: Vietnam.
168: Viola, Lady.
169: Visayan.
170: Vlachs.
171: Von D, Kat.
172: Wagner, Charlie.
173: Waters, Percy.
174: Webb, Spider.
175: Weinzirl, Elizabeth.
176: White, John.
177: Wilson, Michael.
178: Wodaabe.
179: Word Tattoos.
180: Workplace, Tattoos and the.
181: World’s Columbia Exposition, Chicago, 1893.
182: World’s Only Tattoo School.
183: Wrigley, Terry.
184: Yakuza.
185: Yantra Tattoos.
186: Yoruba.
187: Yun, Pinky.
188: Yupik.
189: Yurkew, Dave.
190: Yurok.
191: Zeis, Milton.
192: Zulueta, Leo.
Glossary.
Resources.
Bibliography.
Index.