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Travel and Translation in the Late Twentieth Century

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$35.50 • £28.95 • €32.00

ISBN 9780674779617

Publication Date: 04/21/1997

Academic Trade

416 pages

6-3/8 x 9-1/4 inches

40 halftones


  • Prologue: In Medias Res
  • Travels
    • 1. Traveling Cultures
    • 2. A Ghost among Melanesians
    • 3. Spatial Practices: Fieldwork, Travel, and the Disciplining of Anthropology
    • 4. White Ethnicity
  • Contacts
    • 5. Four Northwest Coast Museums: Travel Reflections
    • 6. Paradise
    • 7. Museums as Contact Zones
    • 8. Palenque Log
  • Futures
    • 9. Year of the Ram: Honolulu, February 2, 1991
    • 10. Diasporas
    • 11. Immigrant
    • 12. Fort Ross Meditation
  • Notes
  • References
  • Sources
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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