Slippery word, ambiguous praxis: Race and late 18th-century voyagers in Oceania
This paper traces the presence, absence, and shifting connotations of the term 'race' and the idea of human classification in representations of indigenous Oceanian people by navigators, naturalists and artists on 18th-century British and French voyages.
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