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Reserachers working on EXHIBITIONS (alphabetical order)
Ali CLARK Postdoctoral Fellow, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at University of Cambridge, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Australia, Kiribati, Marshall Islands Places: Australia (area), Melanesia, Micronesia Keywords: Art, Climate Change, Climate Change Migration, Colonialism, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Custom, Cultural Change, Exhibitions, Material Culture, Museums
A. - [Chris]tina ENGELS-SCHWARZPAUL Professor, School of Art and Design at Auckland University of Technology - Te Wānanga Aronui o Tāmaki Makau Rau, New Zealand Administrative areas: New Zealand, Samoa, Hawaii Places: Polynesia Keywords: Architectural Anthropology, Audiovisual and Media, Performance, Possession, Post-Colonialism, Spatial Theory, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Indigenous Epistemology, Decolonisation, Exhibitions
Carol Elizabeth MAYER Administrative areas: Australia, Cook Islands, Federated States of Micronesia, Fiji, Kiribati, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu Places: Melanesia, Micronesia, Australia (area), Polynesia Keywords: Anthropology of Knoweldge, Climate Change, Colonial Discourse, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Cultural Heritage, Customary Law, Worldview, Visual Anthropology, Tapa, Sustainable Development
Hilke THODE-ARORA Curator, Oceania at Museum Fuenf Kontinente, Germany Administrative areas: Niue, Samoa, New Zealand Places: Polynesia Keywords: Colonial Imagination, Indigenous Agency, Inter-ethnic Relations, Heritage Management, Ethnicity, Cultural Change, Transnationalism, Women's Associations, Textiles / Fibre Arts, Museums
Fanny Wonu VEYS Curator at Museum van Nationaal Wereldculturen - National Museum of World Cultures, Netherlands Administrative areas: Tonga, New Zealand, Australia Places: Polynesia, Australia (area) Keywords: Art, Exhibitions, First Contacts, Heritage, Indigenous Christianities, Material Culture, Mission History, Museums, Tapa, Visual Anthropology
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