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Voyage to Oceania - Voyage to Oceania
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Various - A Voyage to Oceania
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Various Artists - A Voyage to Oceania
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Science, Voyages, and Encounters in Oceania, 15...
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Science, Voyages, and Encounters in Oceania, 1511-1850:Palgrave Studies in Pacific History. 1st ed. 2014 Bronwen Douglas

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Science, Voyages, and Encounters in Oceania, 15...
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Science, Voyages, and Encounters in Oceania, 1511-1850:Palgrave Studies in Pacific History. Auflage 2014 B. Douglas

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Pacific Presences - Volume 2
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Hundreds of thousands of works of art and artefacts from many parts of the Pacific are dispersed across European museums. They range from seemingly quotidian things such as fish-hooks and baskets to great sculptures of divinities, architectural forms and canoes. These collections constitute a remarkable resource for understanding history and society across Oceania, cross-cultural encounters since the voyages of Captain Cook, and the colonial transformations that have taken place since. They are also collections of profound importance for Islanders today, who have varied responses to their displaced heritage, and renewed interest in ancestral forms and practices. This two-volume book enlarges understandings of Oceanic art and enables new reflection upon museums and ways of working in and around them. In dialogue with Islanders´ perspectives, It exemplifies a growing commitment on the part of scholars and curators to work collaboratively and responsively. Volume II illustrates the sheer variety of Pacific artefacts and histories in museums, and similarly the heterogeneity of the issues and opportunities that they raise. Over thirty essays explore materialities, collection histories, legacies of empire, and contemporary projects. Contents Preface Introduction Part one: Materialities 1. Fibre Skirts: Continuity and Change Erna Lilje 2. Tangible Diversity: Shell Money from the Bismarck Archipelago Katherine Szabo 3. Aitutaki Patterns or Listening to the Voices of the Ancestors: Research on Aitutaki ta´unga in European Museums Michaela Appel and Ngaa Kitai Taria Pureariki 4. Unpacking cosmologies: frigate bird and turtle shell headdresses in Nauru Maia Nuku 5. Reaching across the Ocean´: Presences of barkcloth in Oceania and beyond Anna-Karina Hermkens 6. ´U´u: an unfinished inquiry into the history and adornment of Marquesan clubs Nicholas Thomas Part two: Collection histories and exhibitions 7. Haphazard Histories: Tracing Kanak Collections in UK Museums Julie Adams 8. Inaccuracies, inconsistencies and implications: Researching Kiribati coconut fibre armour in UK collections Polly Bence 9. Two Germanies: Ethnographic Museums, (Post)colonial Exhibitions, and the ´Cold Odyssey´ of Pacific Objects between East and West Philipp Schorch 10. Museum Dreams: The Rise and Fall of a ´Port-Vila Museum Peter Brunt 11. From Russia with Love: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay´s Pacific collections Elena Govor 12. Collecting procedure unknown: contextualising the Max Biermann collection in the Museum Fünf Kontinente in Munich Hilke Thode-Arora 13. Made to measure: Photographs from the Templeton Crocker expedition Lucie Carreau 14. German women collectors in the Pacific: Elizabeth Krämer-Bannow and Antonie Brandeis Amiria Salmond 15. Work on paper: The illustration of customary life in Oceanic art Nicholas Thomas Part three: Legacies of Empire 16. Kings, Rangatira and Relationships: the enduring meanings of ´treasure´ exchanges between Maori and Europeans in 1830s Whangaroa Deidre Brown 17. History and Cultural Identity: Commemorating the arrival of the British in Kiribati Alison Clark 18. Willful amnesia? Contemporary Dutch narratives about western New Guinea Fanny Wonu Veys 19. A glimmering presence: the unheard Melanesian voices of St Barnabas Memorial Chapel, Norfolk Island Lucie Carreau 20. The church at Titikaveka: a Rarotongan barkcloth from the 1840s Nicholas Thomas 21. ´The woman who walks´ Lucy Evelyn Cheesman and her collection from western New Guinea at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge Katharina Haslwanter 22. An early ngatu tahina in Stockholm Nicholas Thomas 23. Makereti and the Pitt Rivers Museum, 1921-1930, and Beyond Ngahuia Te Awekotuku and Jeremy Coote

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Pacific Presences - Volume 2
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Hundreds of thousands of works of art and artefacts from many parts of the Pacific are dispersed across European museums. They range from seemingly quotidian things such as fish-hooks and baskets to great sculptures of divinities, architectural forms and canoes. These collections constitute a remarkable resource for understanding history and society across Oceania, cross-cultural encounters since the voyages of Captain Cook, and the colonial transformations that have taken place since. They are also collections of profound importance for Islanders today, who have varied responses to their displaced heritage, and renewed interest in ancestral forms and practices. This two-volume book enlarges understandings of Oceanic art and enables new reflection upon museums and ways of working in and around them. In dialogue with Islanders´ perspectives, It exemplifies a growing commitment on the part of scholars and curators to work collaboratively and responsively. Volume II illustrates the sheer variety of Pacific artefacts and histories in museums, and similarly the heterogeneity of the issues and opportunities that they raise. Over thirty essays explore materialities, collection histories, legacies of empire, and contemporary projects. Contents Preface Introduction Part one: Materialities 1. Fibre Skirts: Continuity and Change Erna Lilje 2. Tangible Diversity: Shell Money from the Bismarck Archipelago Katherine Szabo 3. Aitutaki Patterns or Listening to the Voices of the Ancestors: Research on Aitutaki ta´unga in European Museums Michaela Appel and Ngaa Kitai Taria Pureariki 4. Unpacking cosmologies: frigate bird and turtle shell headdresses in Nauru Maia Nuku 5. Reaching across the Ocean´: Presences of barkcloth in Oceania and beyond Anna-Karina Hermkens 6. ´U´u: an unfinished inquiry into the history and adornment of Marquesan clubs Nicholas Thomas Part two: Collection histories and exhibitions 7. Haphazard Histories: Tracing Kanak Collections in UK Museums Julie Adams 8. Inaccuracies, inconsistencies and implications: Researching Kiribati coconut fibre armour in UK collections Polly Bence 9. Two Germanies: Ethnographic Museums, (Post)colonial Exhibitions, and the ´Cold Odyssey´ of Pacific Objects between East and West Philipp Schorch 10. Museum Dreams: The Rise and Fall of a ´Port-Vila Museum Peter Brunt 11. From Russia with Love: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay´s Pacific collections Elena Govor 12. Collecting procedure unknown: contextualising the Max Biermann collection in the Museum Fünf Kontinente in Munich Hilke Thode-Arora 13. Made to measure: Photographs from the Templeton Crocker expedition Lucie Carreau 14. German women collectors in the Pacific: Elizabeth Krämer-Bannow and Antonie Brandeis Amiria Salmond 15. Work on paper: The illustration of customary life in Oceanic art Nicholas Thomas Part three: Legacies of Empire 16. Kings, Rangatira and Relationships: the enduring meanings of ´treasure´ exchanges between Maori and Europeans in 1830s Whangaroa Deidre Brown 17. History and Cultural Identity: Commemorating the arrival of the British in Kiribati Alison Clark 18. Willful amnesia? Contemporary Dutch narratives about western New Guinea Fanny Wonu Veys 19. A glimmering presence: the unheard Melanesian voices of St Barnabas Memorial Chapel, Norfolk Island Lucie Carreau 20. The church at Titikaveka: a Rarotongan barkcloth from the 1840s Nicholas Thomas 21. ´The woman who walks´ Lucy Evelyn Cheesman and her collection from western New Guinea at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge Katharina Haslwanter 22. An early ngatu tahina in Stockholm Nicholas Thomas 23. Makereti and the Pitt Rivers Museum, 1921-1930, and Beyond Ngahuia Te Awekotuku and Jeremy Coote

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