Physical anthropology in the field: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay
The case of Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay, a Russian naturalist and anthropologist, offers valuable insights into attitudes towards physical anthropology in Australia and the South Pacific in the late nineteenth century. He stayed in the area for a total of fourteen years – an unprecedented duration of fieldwork in an era dominated by seaborne ethnography. As a result of his extended visit, Maclay’s attitudes were shaped by his encounters with Indigenous people in the field and by his communications...[Show more]
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