Headhunting and colonialism

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Description "Explores headhunting in the colonial wars and the collection of heads for European museums, 1870s-1930s. By looking at Portuguese colonialism in East Timor, it shows how indigenous peoples and colonial powers interacted in a mutually dependent way, and how collected remains became objects of political, symbolic, and scientific significance"--Provided by publisher.
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Series Cambridge imperial and post-colonial studies series
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Subjects Craniology -- Portugal -- History
Headhunters -- Timor-Leste -- History
Rites and ceremonies -- Timor-Leste
Skull -- Social aspects -- Timor-Leste
Skull -- Social aspects -- Portugal -- Collectors and collecting
Ethnology -- Timor-Leste
Museum exhibits -- Portugal
Human remains (Archaeology) -- Portugal
Timor-Leste -- Colonization
Portugal -- Colonies -- Asia
Subtitle anthropology and the circulation of human skulls in the Portuguese empire, 1870-1930
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Illustrations and Maps
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations
Glossary
Introduction
PART I: ENCOUNTERS WITH PARASITES
Parasitism in Colonial Interactions
The Order of Ceremonial Government
The Circulatory System of Colonial Headhunting
PART II: SKULLS AND HISTORIES
Trajectories of Human Skulls in Museum Collections
Human skulls as anthropological objects
History and Classification in Timorese Anthropology
Collecting and the Dramas of Colonial Hostility
Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography
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Headhunting and colonialism
Authors Ricardo Roque
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Categories History
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Description Explores headhunting in the colonial wars and the collection of heads for European museums, 1870s-1930s. By looking at Portuguese colonialism in East Timor, it shows how indigenous peoples and colonial powers interacted in a mutually dependent way, and how collected remains became objects of political, symbolic, and scientific significance.
Language en
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Page Count 336
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Published Date 2010-03-15
Publisher Palgrave Macmillan
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Subtitle Anthropology and the Circulation of Human Skulls in the Portuguese Empire, 1870-1930
Title Headhunting and Colonialism
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ISBN_139780230222052

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