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The anthropology of expeditions : travel, visualities, afterlives

Auteur(s) : Bell, Joshua A. (Éd.)
Hasinoff, Erin L. (Éd.)
Description matérielle : xiii-286 p. : ill ; 24 cm. Collection : Cultural histories of the material world Publication : New York City : Bard Graduate Center, 2015.Cote : G.5119Note : Réf. dissém. Index.  Thématique : Ethnologie | Histoire de l'anthropologie | Expédition scientifique Thématique spécifique : Collection
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Introduction: the anthropology of expeditions / Hasinoff, Erin L. and Bell, Joshua A. --

Science as adventure / Kuklick, Henrika --

A most singular and solitary expeditionist: Berthold Laufer collecting China / Kendall, Laurel --

Adventurers: race, love, and the transmutation of souls in Joseph Rock's Arnold arboretum expedition to Gansu / Mueggler, Erik --

In the field / "En plein air": the art of anthropological display at the American Museum of Natural History, 1905-30 / Jacknis, Ira --

Sculpting the network: recognizing Marguerite Milward's sculptural legacy / Elliott, Mark --

The sticky afterlives of "sweet" things: performances and silences of the 1928 USDA sugarcane expedition collections / Bell, Joshua A. --

The unexpected afterlives of Himalayan collections: from data cemetery to web portal / Turin, Mark --

Afterword / Gosden, Chris.

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