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The Collective Biography of Archaeology in the Pacific – Development of Francophone literature and traditions in Pacific

As part of the ARC Laureate Project “The Collective Biography of Archaeology in the Pacific – a Hidden History”, Emilie is investigating the development of Francophone literature and traditions in Pacific scholarship.

This project seeks to better understand the distinct historiography and epistemology of the Francophone tradition of archaeology in the Pacific. It also aims at investigating the relations between the over-represented Anglophone research and the more discrete Francophone one, from co-ignorance to co-influences and the creation of particular partnerships between researchers; to examine their role in the development of current narratives, practices and concepts in Pacific Archaeology.

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