The Resource The archive and the contact zones: : the story of Stan Loycurrie and Jack Norrywauka, performers at the 1929 Australian Aboriginal Art exhibition, Melbourne, Ilaria Vanni

The archive and the contact zones: : the story of Stan Loycurrie and Jack Norrywauka, performers at the 1929 Australian Aboriginal Art exhibition, Melbourne, Ilaria Vanni

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The archive and the contact zones: : the story of Stan Loycurrie and Jack Norrywauka, performers at the 1929 Australian Aboriginal Art exhibition, Melbourne
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The archive and the contact zones:
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the story of Stan Loycurrie and Jack Norrywauka, performers at the 1929 Australian Aboriginal Art exhibition, Melbourne
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Ilaria Vanni
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eng
Summary
Discusses and critiques the captivity narratives used to frame Indigenous exhibition performances; background to the role of George Aiston, Stan Loycurrie and Jack Norrywauka in the Aboriginal Art exhibition, Melbourne, 1929; representation of Aboriginal people in world fairs, freak shows and exhibitions; argues that Loycurrie and Norrywauka used the exhibition to enhance exchange, negotiation and self-representation
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AIAS
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non fiction
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The archive and the contact zones: : the story of Stan Loycurrie and Jack Norrywauka, performers at the 1929 Australian Aboriginal Art exhibition, Melbourne, Ilaria Vanni
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Bibliography note
End notes: pages 326-330
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volume
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rdacarrier
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rdacontent
Extent
Pages: [314]-330
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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The archive and the contact zones: : the story of Stan Loycurrie and Jack Norrywauka, performers at the 1929 Australian Aboriginal Art exhibition, Melbourne, Ilaria Vanni
Publication
Bibliography note
End notes: pages 326-330
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
rdacontent
Extent
Pages: [314]-330
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia

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