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Journal of Pacific Archaeology (Special Edition)

Emilie Dotte-Sarout & Matthew Spriggs (Eds)
New Zealand Archaeological Association, New Zealand


Vol 8 (1) of the Journal of Pacific Archaeology is a result of the CBAP session at the AAA 2015 Conference and contains 9 papers on the history of archaeology in Oceania – 6 of which are authored by CBAP members


Pacific Prehistory and Theories of Origins in the Work of Reverend William Ellis

Eve Haddow

Notes and Queries on Anthropology: Its influence on Pacific prehistoric archaeology at the turn of the 20th century

Michelle Richards

How Dare Our 'Prehistoric' Have a Prehistory of Their Own?! The interplay of historical and biographical contexts in early French arechaeology of the Pacific

Emilie Dotte-Sarout

Early German-language Analyses of Potsherds from New Guinea and the Bismarck Archipelago

Hilary Howes

Thomas G. Thrum and John F.G. Stokes: Australian archaeologists in paradise in the early twentieth century

Matthew Spriggs

Visualising Hawaiian Sacred Sites: The archives and J.F.G. Stokes's pioneering archaeological surveys, 1906-1913

James L. Flexner, Mara A. Mulrooney, Mark D. McCoy & Patrick V. Kirch

The Head-hunters of the North and the Polynesian Shadow: Thor Heyerdahl's skull-collecting act on Fatu Hiva, Marquesas Islands, 1937

Victor Melander

From Pessimism to Collaboration: The German Frobenius-Expedition (1938-1939) to Australia and the representation of Kimberley art and rock art

Martin Porr & Kim Doohan

'The Dawn' of Australian Archaeology: John Mulvaney at Fromm's Landing

Billy Griffiths



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