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The Islands Have Memory: Reflections on Two Collaborative Projects in Contemporary Oceania

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Title: The Islands Have Memory: Reflections on Two Collaborative Projects in Contemporary Oceania
Authors: Pigliasco, Guido Carlo
Lipp, Thorolf
Keywords: doing culture
memory
collaboration
visual representation
cultural media
show 2 moreindigenous heritage
applied anthropology

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LC Subject Headings: Oceania -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: University of Hawai‘i Press
Center for Pacific Islands Studies
Citation: Pigliasco, G. C., and Lipp, T. 2011. The Islands Have Memory: Reflections on Two Collaborative Projects in Contemporary Oceania. The Contemporary Pacific 23 (2): 371-410.
Abstract: More than two decades ago, Marshall Sahlins reminded us that Oceania’s Islands have a history. They also have a memory. Anthropologists and other social researchers often deal with the problem how to actively turn orally transmitted memories into written or audiovisual representations. But in fact, researchers are much more involved than that: they become part of the Islands’ cultural memory due to their actions—what they do and do not do. European anthropologists Guido Pigliasco and Thorolf Lipp re-purpose a series of reflections on opportunities and challenges of “doing culture” in collaboration with indigenous counterparts.
Pages/Duration: 40 pages
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/23849
ISSN: 1043-898X
Appears in Collections:TCP [The Contemporary Pacific ], 2011 - Volume 23, Number 2



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