Synthetic Histories: Possible Futures for Papuan Pasts
This article considers the case for synthetic histories-broad narratives of historical process that critically combine the insights and perspectives of research from multiple disciplines. Drawing on the 28 contributions to the edited volume Papuan Pasts,
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