FREE READ ¼ Resonant Histories Alison Clark á 1 FREE READ REVIEW Resonant Histories Kground to the three voyages of the HMS Royalist discussing each voyage its aims and outcomes and the role that Davis played within this This will then provide the context for the large collection of 1400 objects made by Davis during his time as Captain of the Australian naval cruiser It will then interrogate the motivations of Davis to collect and the various means of collecting that he employedThe second section will consider what happened to the collection once Davis returned to England where and how it was sold and how the collection became a part of and subj.
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FREE READ ¼ Resonant Histories Alison Clark á 1 FREE READ REVIEW Resonant Histories This book explores the complex relational assemblage that is the ethnographic collection of Admiral Edward Henry Meggs Davis made during the three voyages of the HMS Royalist between 1890 1893 The collection is indicative not just of a period of colonial collecting in the Pacific but also the development of museum collections in the UK and Europe This period of history also affects the way that Pacific Islanders think about their own lives todayUsing the collections as a starting point the book is divided into three parts The first will provide the historical bac.Alison Clark á 1 FREE READ
FREE READ ¼ Resonant Histories Alison Clark á 1 FREE READ REVIEW Resonant Histories Ect to the networks of museums and private collectors in the UK and Europe during the end of the 19th century beginning of the 20th centuryFinally the third section will look at history and contemporary change Focusing on three Pacific Islands one from each voyage this section will explore how indigenous people discuss the arrival of the HMS Royalist in relation to contemporary life often as a means of understanding current social political or environmental issues and consider the contemporary significance of these dispersed collections to Pacific Islanders today.
- Resonant Histories
- Alison Clark
- 23 September 2018