Tapping Ink, Tattooing Identities
'Tapping Ink, Tattooing Identities: Tradition and Modernity in Contemporary Kalinga Society, North Luzon Philippines' is a scholarly book on the account of contemporary and past tattooing practices among the Kalinga people in northern Luzon, Philippines. Written by Analyn V. Salvador-Amores, it is based on long-term and in-depth fieldwork that documents and explores traditional tattooing practices and the origins and meanings of designs.
Winner of the Elfren S. Cruz Prize for Best Book in the Social Sciences, 2014 National Book Awards.
The University of the Philippines Press & the Cordillera Studies Center, UP Baguio, Philippines
Softcover / 10 x 7 inches / 467 pages / Color