Three weeks with strangers: photography and the production of social identity during the 1935 Board of Anthropological Research expedition to the Warburton Range, Western Australia
Using a range of archival and published sources including field notes, photographs and drawings, this paper investigates the social relationships formed between Ngaanyatjarra families and a small group of scientists in the presence of cameras during a 3-week ethnographic research expedition to the Warburton Range in 1935. The impression left by the ethno-historical record is that, despite disparate norms around looking behaviours, a degree of familiarity was quickly established that enabled...[Show more]
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