Agency, affect, and local knowledge in the exploration of Oceania
Since the 1990s, a number of Scholars have sought to uncover 'hidden histories' of exploration. Various approaches are pursued. The result is a more complex and multivocal account of the practices and politics of European exploration, the social and historical contexts in which it occurred, and the relationships, networks and institutions it created and on which it depended.
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