Mapping local perspectives in the historical archaeology of vanuatu mission landscapes

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2014

Authors

Flexner, James

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University of Hawaii Press

Abstract

The concept of place is a powerful theoretical tool in the social sciences and humanities, which can be especially useful in archaeological work that involves community-based collaboration. Using place as a starting point, archaeologists can beneficially

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Keywords: archaeology; cultural tradition; landscape change; landscape evolution; mapping; traditional knowledge; Pacific Ocean; Pacific Ocean (South); Tanna; Vanuatu Community archaeology; Historical archaeology; Landscape archaeology; Mapping; Melanesia; Missions; Oral traditions; Vanuatu

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Asian Perspectives

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Journal article

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.1353/asi.2014.0012

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2037-12-31