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An artefact of colonial desire? : Kimberley points and the technologies of enchantment, by Rodney Harrison

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An artefact of colonial desire? : Kimberley points and the technologies of enchantment
Title
An artefact of colonial desire?
Title remainder
Kimberley points and the technologies of enchantment
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by Rodney Harrison
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Discusses the role of Kimberley points as products of colonial engagements between collectors and the artefacts; application of the theory of agency, captivation and distraction; context of point collection - institutional collections and souvenirs; history of the collection of Kimberley points; argues for the points as examples of Aboriginal and the objects agency for ruse and captivation; [see also comment by Akerman and response by Harrison in Vol.48 (1) (Feb. 2007)]
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1974-
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Harrison, Rodney
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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An artefact of colonial desire? : Kimberley points and the technologies of enchantment, by Rodney Harrison
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Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.85-88
Extent
p. 63-88
Other physical details
ill., facsim, map
Label
An artefact of colonial desire? : Kimberley points and the technologies of enchantment, by Rodney Harrison
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.85-88
Extent
p. 63-88
Other physical details
ill., facsim, map

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