Colonialism and the object : empire, material culture, and the museum
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Colonialism and the object : empire, material culture, and the museum / edited by Tim Barringer and Tom Flynn.
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Table of Contents:
- The South Kensington Museum and the colonial project / Tim Barringer
- Chinese material culture and British perceptions of China in the mid-nineteenth century / Catherine Pagani
- China in Britain: the imperial collections / Craig Clunas
- Colonial architecture, international exhibitions and official patronage of the Indian artisan: the case of a gateway from Gwalior in the Victoria and Albert Museum / Deborah Swallow
- Stylistic hybridity and colonial art and design education: a wooden carved screen by Ram Singh / Naazish Ata-Ullah
- Race, authenticity and colonialism: a 'mustice' silversmith in Philadelphia and St. Croix, 1783-1850 / Rachel E.C. Layton
- Domesticating Uzbeks: Central Asians in Soviet decorative art of the twenties and thirties / Karen Kettering
- Keys to the magic kingdom: the new transcultural collections of Bradford Art Galleries and Museums / Nima Poovaya-Smith
- Perspectives on Hinemihi: a Maori meeting house / Eilean Hooper-Greenhill
- Maori vision and the imperialist gaze / Ngapine Allen
- Gathering souls and objects: missionary collections / Jeanne Cannizzo
- Photography at the heart of darkness: Herbert Lang's Congo photographs (1909-15) / Nicholas Mirzoeff
- Taming the tusk: the revival of chryselephantine sculpture in Belgium during the 1890s / Tom Flynn.