Paul Denys Montague en Nouvelle-Calédonie, 1914
Pacific Presences, School of the Humanities and Social Sciences, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Cambridge
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Adams, J. (2016). Paul Denys Montague en Nouvelle-Calédonie, 1914. [Book]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.13348
In 2013, as part of a major research project based at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge, work began to study a collection of artefacts acquired by Paul Denys Montague in New Caledonia in 1914. This book tells the story of how Montague became interested in Kanak culture, the objects he collected and considers their significance for Kanak people today. Translated into French by Lucie Carreau.
This book examines the life and legacy of Paul Denys Montague, a zoologist turned anthropologist who undertook research in New Caledonia in 1914. The book focuses on the collections he made and their significance in the present.
Museums, Material culture, History of collections, Collecting, Kanak
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