Black and white, a significant contrast: Race, humanism and missionary photography in the Pacific
Taking the example of 'Studies in black and white', a genre of photographs taken around the end of the nineteenth century by Methodist missionaries in the Pacific, this article seeks to go beyond conventional analyses that scrutinize colonial photography
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