Establishing the History of Pacific Archaeology. CBAP outputs – 2015-2020

In this list, you will find the outputs produced by the CBAP team over our 5 years of research to establish the history of archaeology as a new field of study in the Pacific.

5 different languages and a variety of approach, presented through 6 edited volumes, 7  journal special issues or collections, 10 conference sessions or workshops, more than 30 journal articles and 50 book chapters, and of course 4 PhD theses – including forthcoming works in preparation.

Books (edited)

Jones T., H. Howes and Spriggs M. (eds) (Submitted August 2020). Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU press, Acton.

Dotte-Sarout E., Valentin F., DiPiazza A., Spriggs (eds). In Press. Pour une histoire de la préhistoire océanienne: approches historiographiques de l’archéologie francophone dans le Pacifique. (for 2020). Marseille: Pacific-credo Publications             & For a History of Prehistory in Oceania: historiography and epistemology of francophone archaeology in the Pacific. (forthcoming 2021).

Govor Elena & Thomas Nicholas (eds). 2019. Tiki: Marquesan Art and the Krusenstern expedition, Leiden: Sidestone Press, 250 pp., ills.

Douglas B, Wonu Veys F. and Lythberg B. (eds). 2018. Collecting in the South Sea: The Voyage of Bruni d’Entrecasteaux 1791–1794. Leiden: Sidestone Press. 381pp.

Kevin Windle, Alexander Massov, Elena Govor.2016. From St Petersburg to Port Jackson: Russian Travellers’ Tales of Australia 1807-1912, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing, 291 pp., ills.

 

Edited Special Issues in Academic Journals

Douglas B. and Ballard C. In press. Material Encounters. Special issue, History and Anthropology.

Howes, H & Spriggs, M (eds) in press, ‘Histories of archaeology in Australasia and the Pacific’, Historical Records of Australian Science, guest edited virtual special issue, https://www.publish.csiro.au/hr#OnlineEarly

Dotte-Sarout E. and Richards M. 2020. Histories of Asia/Pacific Archaeologies, special collection, Bulletin of the History of Archaeology https://www.archaeologybulletin.org/collections/special/histories-of-asia-pacific-archaeologies/

Howes, H & Spriggs, M (eds) 2019, ‘Writing the history of archaeology in the Pacific: voices and perspectives’, Journal of Pacific History, vol. 54, no. 3, guest edited special issue. https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cjph20/54/3?nav=tocList

Douglas B. and Ballard C. 2017. Punitive Expeditions. Special issue, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 18 (1). http://mst01mw.muse.jhu.edu/issue/36137

Dotte-Sarout E. and Spriggs M. 2017. Journal of Pacific Archaeology, 8 (1). Guest edited special issue on the History of Archaeology in the Pacific. https://pacificarchaeology.org/index.php/journal/issue/view/16

Murray, T. and Spriggs M. (eds) 2017 World Archaeology 49(2), Theme Issue on ‘History of Archaeology’. https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rwar20/49/2?nav=tocList

 

Journal Articles

forthcoming

Ballesteros Danel A. (accepted). Ideas about Trans-Pacific Origins and Voyages in Early Spanish Chronicles from the Americas, Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research.

Howes, H. in press, Pacific royalty, past and present: German interactions with pre-existing elites on Pohnpei, History Australia, vol. 18, no. 2, forthcoming 2021.

 

2020

Douglas B. and Ventura Santos R. 2020. ‘Polynesians’ in the Brazilian Hinterland? Sociohistorical Perspectives on Skulls, Genomics, Identity, and Nationhood. History of the Human Sciences doi:10.1177/0952695119891044.

Haddow E., Dotte-Sarout E. and Specht J. 2020. Reverend Voyce and Père O’Reilly’s ‘excavated’ collection from Bougainvillle:  A case study in transnational histories of archaeology in the Pacific. Historical Records of Australian Science.

Spriggs, M. 2020 Everything you’ve been told about the history of Australian archaeology is wrong! Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 30(1): X, pp. 1-16.

Spriggs, M. 2020 ‘Casey did very good work for Wheeler and you are lucky to have him’: Dermot Casey’s under-appreciated importance in Australian archaeology. Historical Records of Australian Science [online August 2020].

 

2019

Dotte-Sarout E. and Howes H. 2019. ‘Lapita before Lapita: the story of the Meyer/O’Reilly Watom Island archaeological collection’. Journal of Pacific History, 54 (3): 354-378.

Douglas B. 2019. Introduction: Making ‘The Making of Tupaia’s Map’. Journal of Pacific History 54 (4):529–30

Douglas B. 2019. Mapping the Once and Future Strait: Place, Time, and Torres Strait from the Sixteenth Century to the Pleistocene. History and Anthropology doi:10.1080/02757206.2019.1607849.

Douglas B., Govor E. 2019. Eponymy, Encounters, and Local Knowledge in Russian Place Naming in the Pacific Islands, 1804-1830, Historical Journal, Cambridge, no. 3, pp. 709-740.

Govor E. 2019. Vselennaia po imeni Debbi Rouz [A universe named Debbie Rose], Zhurnal frontirnykh issledovanii, № 4.1, 2019, p. 26-38, ils.

Haddow, Eve (2019). Island networks and missionary methods: locating Charles E. Fox and Frederick G. Bowie in the history of Pacific archaeology. The Journal of Pacific History, 54 (3), 330-353.

Howes, H 2019, ‘Vernetzte Geschichten: Ethnologie, Archäologie und Physische Anthropologie in Ozeanien’, Paideuma: Zeitschrift für kulturanthropologische Forschung, vol. 65, pp. 31-59.

Howes, H & Spriggs, M 2019, ‘Writing the history of archaeology in the Pacific: voices and perspectives’, Journal of Pacific History, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 295-306.

Melander, V. 2019. A better savage than the savages: Thor Heyerdahl’s early ethnographical attempts and its importance for the development of the ‘Kon-Tiki theory’. Journal of Pacific History, vol. 54, no. 3.

Melander, V. in 2019. David’s weapon of Mass-destruction: The Reception of Thor Heyerdahl’s KonTiki Theory. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, 29(1), p.6.

Richards, M, Howes, H & Govor, E 2019, ‘Origins of archaeology in the Pacific: the emergence and application of archaeological field techniques’, Journal of Pacific History, vol. 54, no. 3, pp. 307-29.

Richards, M.J. 2019. ‘Duff’s adze typology versus Polynesian adze exchanges’ Archaeology in Oceania, Vol. 0 (2019), pp. 1-11. DOI: 10.1002/arco.5194

Richards, M.J. and J. Günther. 2019. ‘The past, present and future values of stone adzes and pounders collected on the Pandora’. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology, 29 (1).

Richards, M.J. 2019 ‘Realising the Potential of pXRF for the geochemical classification of volcanic rock types’. Journal of Archaeological Science 105, 31- 45.

Spriggs, M. 2019 Covert Control? Indigenous agency in Edward Winslow Gifford’s Fijian archaeological expedition of 1947. Journal of Pacific History 54(3):397-416.

Tutorsky A., Govor E., Ballard C. 2019. Miklouho-Maclay’s Legacy in Russian- and English-Language Academic Research, 1992–2017, Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia, vol. 47, no. 2, 2019, pp. 112–121.

 

2018

Balakhonova E., Govor E. 2018. Starinnaia tapa iz Polynezii v etnograficheskom sobranii NII i Muzeia antropologii Moskovskogo universiteta [Old Polynesian tapa in ethnographical collections of the Research Institute and Museum of Anthropology of Moscow University], Vestnik Moskovskogo universiteta, Series XXIII. Antropologiia, no. 2, 2018, с. 103-120.

Dotte-Sarout E., Cauchois H., Charleux M., Domergue S., Hermann A., Lagarde L., Leclerc M., Maric T., Molle G., Nolet E., Noury A., Rurua V., Wadrawane J-M. 2018. ‘Putting New Francophone Archaeology on the Pacific Map: a quick overview’.  Archaeology in Oceania 53(2): 103-115

 

2017

Dotte-Sarout E. 2017 “How Dare our Prehistoric Have a Prehistory of his Own?!” The interplay of historical and biographical contexts in early French archaeology of the Pacific, Journal of Pacific Archaeology, 8 (1): 23-34.

Douglas B. 2017. Affect, Agency, and Ambiguous Praxis: French Expeditions in the Pacific Islands, 1827–50. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 18 (1):1–17.

Douglas B. and Ballard C. 2017 ‘Rough Justice’: Punitive Expeditions in Oceania. Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History 18 (1):1–11.

Haddow, Eve (2017).Pacific Prehistory and Theories of Origins in the Work of Reverend William Ellis. Journal of Pacific Archaeology, 8 (1), 1-11.

Howes, H 2017, ‘Early German-language analyses of potsherds from New Guinea and the Bismarck Archipelago’, Journal of Pacific Archaeology, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 35-46.

Melander, V. 2017. The Head-hunters of the North and the Polynesian Shadow. Thor Heyerdahl’s

Skull-collecting act on Fatu Hiva, Marquesas Islands, 1937. Journal of Pacific Archaeology, 8:1, 77-87.

Murray. T. and Sriggs. M. 2017 The historiography of archaeology: exploring theory, contingency and rationality. World Archaeology 49(2):151-157 (theme issue on History of Archaeology)

Richards, M. 2017 ‘Notes and Queries on Anthropology: its influence on Pacific prehistoric archaeology at the turn of the 20th century’. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 8(1), 12-17.

Spriggs, M. 2017. The hidden history of a third of the World: the collective biography of Australian and International archaeology in the Pacific (CBAP) Project. Bulletin of the History of Archaeology 27(1):3, pp. 1-11

Spriggs, M. 2017 Thomas G. Thrum and John F.G. Stokes: Australian archaeologists in Paradise in the early twentieth century. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 8(1):47-62

 

2016

Ward I., Winter S., Dotte-Sarout E. 2016.’ The Lost Art of Stratigraphy? A Critical Consideration of Excavation Strategies in Australian Prehistoric Archaeology’, Australian Archaeology, 82 (3):263-274.

 

2015

Howes, H2015, ‘À propos de cent trente-cinq crânes de Papous: A.B. Meyer et la controverse autour de la craniologie’, Revue d’histoire des sciences humaines, vol. 27, pp. 109-41.

Howes, H 2015, ‘Between wealth and poverty: Otto Finsch on Mabuyag, 1881’, Memoirs of the Queensland Museum – Culture, vol. 8, no. 1, pp. 221-51.

 

Book Chapters

forthcoming

Dotte-Sarout E. (submitted). ‘1800: How the “South Seas Savages” became “Antique Monuments”’. In Jones T., H. Howes and Spriggs M. (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Dotte-Sarout E., Maric T. and Molle G. (submitted). ‘Aurora Natua and the motu Paeao site: Unlocking French Polynesia’s islands for Pacific archaeologists’. In Jones T., H. Howes and Spriggs M. (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Douglas B. (sub) Seaborne Ethnography to the Science of Race, 1521–1850. In Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean, ed. Paul D’Arcy, Anne Perez-Hattori, Ryan Jones, Matt Matsuda, and Jane Samson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Govor E., Balakhonova E. (sub) The mystery of the Moscow ki‘i, in T. Jones, H. Howes & M. Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania, Canberra: ANU Press.

Haddow, E. and Mills, A., (sub) Idol Speculations: Aneityum Nelcau & Dr Turner’s Missionary Archaeology, in T Jones, H Howes & M Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania ANU Press, Acton.

Howes, H (submitted), Global journeys of Lapita potsherds from the Bismarck Archipelago, in T Jones, H Howes & M Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania ANU Press, Acton.

Howes, H (submitted), Shell trumpets sounding in the stone city: Paul Hambruch and Nan Madol, in T Jones, H Howes & M Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania, ANU Press, Acton.

Howes, H (submitted), Superiority complex: Rudolf Pöch’s interpretations of archaeological finds at Wanigela, in T Jones, H Howes & M Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania, ANU Press, Acton.

Jones, T & Ahlgren I, (submitted), A collector of ideas – Roland Burrage Dixon and the beginnings of professional American anthropology in the Pacific, in T Jones, H Howes & M Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania, ANU Press, Acton.

Jones, T, Howes, H & Spriggs, M (submitted), Chapter 36: ‘Conclusion: highlights from the Uncovering Pacific Pasts exhibition‘, in T Jones, H Howes & M Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania, ANU Press, Acton.

Jones, T, Howes, H & Spriggs, M (submitted), Chapter 1: ‘Uncovering Pacific Pasts – histories of archaeology in Oceania: an exhibition‘, in T Jones, H Howes & M Spriggs (eds), Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of Archaeology in Oceania, ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Chapter 2: European interests and ideas on the diversity of human cultures in the Pacific (1500s-1870s). In T. Jones, H. Howes and M. Spriggs (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Chapter 8: The first archaeological excavations (1870s-1910s). In T. Jones, H. Howes and M. Spriggs (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Chapter 19: The burgeoning fields of anthropology and archaeology (1918-1945). In T. Jones, H. Howes and M. Spriggs (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Chapter 24: The vicissitudes of Lapita pottery 1909-1945: The Melbourne witness. In T. Jones, H. Howes and M. Spriggs (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts. ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Chapter 26: Archaeology as a profession in the Pacific (1945-current). In T. Jones, H. Howes and M. Spriggs (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Chapter 27: The first Lapita pottery found in Fiji: Links to an early Pacific world. In T. Jones, H. Howes and M. Spriggs (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Chapter 28: Ratu Rabici Logavatu and Aubrey Parke: Two archaeological pioneers of the Fijian Administration. In T. Jones, H. Howes and M. Spriggs (eds) Uncovering Pacific Pasts: Histories of archaeology in Oceania. ANU Press, Acton.

Spriggs, M. (submitted) Gather ye the fragments that are left: On archaeological boxes. In Ursula Frederick XXX.

Spriggs, M. (submitted for a festschrift – title and editors not available) Lapita: History of a name, its terminologies and influences.

Ballesteros Danel A. and Jaramillo Arango A. (accepted). ‘Mesoamerican-South American pre-Columbian Pacific Contacts: Evidence, Objects and Traditions’, in Cambridge History of the Pacific Ocean, ed. Paul D’Arcy, Anne Perez-Hattori, Ryan Jones, Matt Matsuda, and Jane Samson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Dotte-Sarout E.  In press. “Marche Quand Même”: l’infatiguable Alfred Marche et la premiere exploration archéologique des Iles Mariannes. In Dotte-Sarout E., Valentin F., DiPiazza A., Spriggs M.  (Eds). Pour une histoire de la préhistoire océanienne: approches historiographiques de l’archéologie francophone dans le Pacifique. Marseille: Pacific-credo Publications (forthcoming 2020) & “Marche Quand Même”:  the tireless Alfred Marche and the first archaeological exploration of the Mariana Islands. In Dotte-Sarout E., Valentin F., DiPiazza A., Spriggs M.  (Eds). For a History of Prehistory in Oceania: historiography and epistemology of francophone archaeology in the Pacific. (forthcoming 2021)

Dotte-Sarout E. in press. « Les Pétroglyphes de Nouvelle-Calédonie : l’île tatouée et l’imaginaire Européen ». Le patrimoine de la Nouvelle Calédonie. L. Lagarde (ed.). Paris : Hervé Chopin Editions. (forthcoming 2020)

Dotte-Sarout E., DiPiazza A., Valentin F., Spriggs M. In press. Pour une histoire de la préhistoire en Océanie. In E. Dotte-Sarout, F. Valentin, A. Di Piazza and M. Spriggs (eds) Pour une Histoire de la Préhistoire Océanienne: Approches historiographiques de l’archéologie francophone dans le Pacifique. Marseille: Pacific-credo Publications (2020)   & For a history of Pacific prehistory. In Dotte-Sarout E., Valentin F., DiPiazza A., Spriggs M.  (Eds). For a History of Prehistory in Oceania: historiography and epistemology of francophone archaeology in the Pacific. (forthcoming 2021)

Douglas B. in press. Sailors, Savants, Naming: France and the Knowing of Oceania, 1756–1840. In IKUWA6: Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on Underwater Archaeology. Archaeopress.

Howes, H in press, ‘Die Spatenwissenschaft und die koloniale Vielfalt: Deutschsprachige Archäologen in der Südsee’, in A Heising, T Carhart & R Kory (eds), Kolonisierung und Dekolonisierung archäologischen Gedankengutes – Zur Interdependenz von Altertumswissenschaften und moderner Kolonialgeschichte, Curach Bhán, Hagen, forthcoming 2020.

Spriggs, M. and Bedford, S. In press. Redécouverte, confirmation et datation d’un profil stratigraphique décrit par Gustave Glaumont sur l’île d’Ambae en 1909. In E. Dotte-Sarout, F. Valentin, A. Di Piazza and M. Spriggs (eds) Pour une Histoire de la Préhistoire Océanienne: Approches historiographiques de l’archéologie francophone dans le Pacifique. Marseille: Pacific-credo Publications (forthcoming 2020)                                    & Rediscovery, confirmation and dating of a stratigraphic profile discovered by Gustave Glaumont on the Island of Ambae in 1890. In Dotte-Sarout E., Valentin F., DiPiazza A., Spriggs M.  (Eds). For a History of Prehistory in Oceania: historiography and epistemology of francophone archaeology in the Pacific. (forthcoming 2021)

 

2020

Douglas B. and Di Rosa D. 2020. Ethnohistory and Historical Ethnography. In Oxford Bibliographies in Anthropology, ed. John Jackson. New York: Oxford University Press

Govor E. 2020. Geheimnisse der Sammlung Langsdorff, in Tikimania Bernd Zimmer, die Marquesas-Inseln und der europäische Traum von der Südsee, Hilke Thode-Arora, ed. Stuttgart: Arnoldsche, pp. 88-97.

Govor, E & Howes, H 2020, ‘Physical anthropology in the field: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay’, in C. Fforde, T. McKeown & H. Keeler (eds), The Routledge Companion to Indigenous Repatriation: Return, Reconcile, Renew, Routledge, London & New York, 521-537.

Govor, E & Howes, H 2020, ‘Russia and the Pacific: expeditions, networks, and the acquisition of human remains’, in C Fforde, T McKeown & H Keeler (eds), The Routledge Companion to Indigenous Repatriation: Return, Reconcile, Renew, Routledge, London & New York, pp. 295-315.

Howes, H 2020, ‘Germany’s engagement with the repatriation issue’, in C Fforde, T McKeown & H Keeler (eds), The Routledge Companion to Indigenous Repatriation: Return, Reconcile, Renew, Routledge, London & New York, pp. 83-100.

 

2019

Haddow, E. 2019. Tracing Tappea: HMS Royalist in Vanuatu. Resonant Histories: Pacific Artefacts and the Voyages of HMS Royalist 1890-1893. (pp. 113-130) edited by Clark, Alison. Leiden, Netherlands: Sidestone.

Spriggs, M. 2019 Towards a history of Melanesian archaeology: techniques and theories. In M. Leclerc and J. Flexner (eds) Archaeologies of Island Melanesia: Current approaches to landscapes, exchange and practice, pp. 9-31. Terra Australis 51. Canberra: ANU Press.

 

2018

Ballesteros Danel A. 2018. ‘América y Polinesia: una historia de ideas de contactos transpacíficos precolombinos desde una perspectiva europea’, in Manuel Alcántara, Mercedes García Montero and Francisco Sánchez López (coord.), Simposios innovadores: 56.º Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, Vol. 19 (Salamanca: University of Salamanca, 2019), 63–78.

Douglas B. 2018. History – Contexts, Voyage, People, Collections. In Collecting in the South Sea: The Voyage of Bruni d’Entrecasteaux 1791–1794, ed. Bronwen Douglas, Fanny Wonu Veys, and Billie Lythberg, 19–40. Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Douglas B. 2018. Ethnohistory – Collecting and Representing. In Collecting in the South Sea: The Voyage of Bruni d’Entrecasteaux 1791–1794, ed. Bronwen Douglas, Fanny Wonu Veys, and Billie Lythberg, 41–62. Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Douglas B. 2018. Musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac, Paris. In Collecting in the South Sea: The Voyage of Bruni d’Entrecasteaux 1791–1794, ed. Bronwen Douglas, Fanny Wonu Veys, and Billie Lythberg, 71–91. Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Douglas B. 2018. Drawings and Engravings. In Collecting in the South Sea: The Voyage of Bruni d’Entrecasteaux 1791–1794, ed. Bronwen Douglas, Fanny Wonu Veys, and Billie Lythberg, 189–207. Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Douglas B. and Herda P. 2018. Tongans in 1793. In Collecting in the South Sea: The Voyage of Bruni d’Entrecasteaux 1791–1794, ed. Bronwen Douglas, Fanny Wonu Veys, and Billie Lythberg, 255–66. Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Douglas B. and Veys W. 2018. Appendix 3 – Objects by Provenance. In Collecting in the South Sea: The Voyage of Bruni d’Entrecasteaux 1791–1794, ed. Bronwen Douglas, Fanny Wonu Veys, and Billie Lythberg, 329–34. Leiden: Sidestone Press.

Douglas B. 2018. Imagined Futures in the Past: Empire, Place, Race and Nation in the Mapping of Oceania. In Pacific Futures: Past and Present, ed. Warwick Anderson, Miranda Johnson, and Barbara Brookes, 131–54. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.

Douglas B. 2018. Medium, Genre, Indigenous Presence: Spanish Expeditionary Encounters in the Mar del Sur, 1606. In Expeditionary Anthropology: Teamwork, Travel, and the ‘Science of Man’, ed. Martin Thomas and Amanda Harris, 175–204. New York and Oxford: Berghahn.

Govor E. 2018. Oceania in Russian history: Expeditions, collections, museums, Pacific Presences: Oceanic Art & European Museums, vol. 1, Leiden: Sidestone Press, pp. 169-195, ils.

Govor E. 2018. From Russia with Love: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay’s Pacific collections, Pacific Presences: Oceanic Art & European Museums, vol. 2, Leiden: Sidestone Press, pp. 123-130, ils.

Haddow, E., Flexner, J. L., Bedford, S. and Spriggs, M. 2018. Pendants and beads of stone, shell, and tooth from southern Vanuatu. The Archaeology of Portable Art: Southeast Asian, Pacific, and Australian Perspectives. (pp. 102-124) London, United Kingdom: Taylor and Francis.

Howes, H 2018, ‘“Far better than their reputation”: the Tolai of East New Britain in the writings of Otto Finsch’, in MP Fitzpatrick & P Monteath (eds), Savage Worlds: German Encounters Abroad, 1798-1914, Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 42-62.

Spriggs, M. 2018 Elliott Smith reborn? A view of prehistoric globalization from the Island Southeast Asia and Pacific margins. In K. Kristiansen, T. Lindqvist and J. Myrdahl (eds) Trade and Civilisation: Economic networks and cultural ties, from Prehistory to the Early Modern era, pp. 410-440. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

 

2017

Govor E., Manickam S.K. 2017. A Russian in Malaya: Nikolai Miklouho-Maclay’s expedition to the Malay Peninsula and the early anthropology of Orang Asli, in: Christina Skott (ed.), Interpreting Diversity: Europe and the Malay World, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge.

 

2015

Haddow, E. 2015. Communion tokens, Vanuatu. In: Wingfield C., Jacobs, K. & Knowles C. (eds) Trophies, Relics and Curios? Missionary Heritage from Africa and the Pacific. Leiden: Sidestone Press, pp. 171-208.

 

Public history:

Douglas B. 2019. On Not Recognizing Kadu: Russian Place Naming in the Pacific Islands, 1804–1830. Cambridge Core Blog, 25 March 2019. http://blog.journals.cambridge.org/2019/03/25/russian-place-naming-in-the-pacific-islands-1804-1830/

Howes, H 2019, ‘Otto Finsch: images of the Pacific, 1879-1885 | Otto Finsch: images du Pacifique, 1879-1885’, Tribal Art, vol. XXIII-2, no. 91, pp. 130-43.

Howes, H 2018, ‘A “perceptive observer” in the Pacific: Life and work of Otto Finsch’, Bérose – Encyclopédie internationale des histoires de l’anthropologie, Paris, IIAC-LAHIC, UMR 8177, URL: http://www.berose.fr/?A-Perceptive-Observer-in-the-Pacific-Life-and-Work-of-Otto-Finsch

Howes, H, 2017, ‘German-speaking archaeologists in the Pacific’, Learningguild Letter, no. 2.2016, pp. 7-8, URL: http://learningguild.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/2.2016-Learningguild-Letter.pdf

Howes, H 2016, ‘Missionar und Wissenschaft: In memoriam Pater Otto Meyer M.S.C. (1877-1937)’, Hiltruper Monatshefte, no. 5 (Sep/Oct 2016), pp. 148-51, URL: http://www.hiltruper-missionare.de/h_downloads/Monatsheft_Ausgabe_05_2016.pdf

 

PhD theses

Ballesteros Danel A. (submitted 2020). Trans-Pacific Contact: The American Connection. PhD thesis, Australian National University.

Haddow E. (submitted 2020). Excavating Eden: Missionaries, material culture, and migration theories in the history of Pacific archaeology, 1797-1940. PhD thesis, Australian National University.

Melander V. 2020. The Coming of the White Bearded Men: The Origin and Development of Thor Heyerdahl’s Kon-Tiki Theory. Unpublished PhD thesis, Australian National University. https://openresearch-repository.anu.edu.au/bitstream/1885/202135/1/Melander%202020%20Coming%20of%20WBM%20Final.pdf

Richards M. (in prep.). Polynesian exchanges, negotiated cross-cultural engagements and Western Trade: A contribution from pXRF analysis in museum collections. PhD thesis, Australian National University.

 

Conference/Workshop/sessions

  • Histories of Archaeology international Conference (re-scheduled from 2020), co-organised by CBAP team, Australian National University. https://archanth.cass.anu.edu.au/research/cbap/histories-archaeology-conference
  • 2019. The History of Archaeology in the Driest Continent and its Relationships with (Less Dry) Adjacent Regions, session co-chaired by Eve Haddow, Hilary Howes and Tristen Jones AAA 2019 Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Australasian and Pacific Archaeology: New Perspectives on Disciplinary History, session co-chaired by Tristen Jones, Harry Allen and Matthew Spriggs, New Zealand Archaeological Association/Australian Archaeological Association 2018 Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • 2018. ‘XRF studies in Australia, New Zealand the Pacific and Beyond’, session co-chaired by Michelle Richards and A. McAlister, Australian Archaeological Association and New Zealand Archaeology Association joint conference, Auckland, New Zealand.
  • 2018. The History of Archaeology in the Asia-Pacific Region: Learning from our Past, session co-chaired by Hilary Howes and Matthew Spriggs, 21st Congress of the Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association, Hue, Vietnam.
  • In search of Connections: the history of ideas on Australia’s links with the Indo-Pacific region (and beyond), session co-chaired by Michelle Richards, Eve Haddow and Emilie Dotte-Sarout, Australian Archaeology Association annual Conference, Melbourne, VIC.
  • French Scientific and Exploration Voyages in the Southern Hemisphere: The Making of a Shared Cultural Heritage, session co-chaired by Dr Bigourdan and Emilie Dotte-Sarout, at the 6th International Congress on Underwater Archaeology, Fremantle, WA.
  • Pour une histoire de la préhistoire océanienne: approches historiographiques et épistémologiques de l’archéologie dans le Pacifique. Workshop co-organised by Emilie Dotte-Sarout, Frédérique Valentin & Anne Di Piazza, Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l’Océanie, Marseille, France.
  • Histories of Archaeology in Archaeological Scholarship, Education and Practice: Education from the Past, session co-chaired by Hilary Howes and Matthew Spriggs, AAA 2016 Conference, Terrigal, Australia.
  • On the Edge of Archaeology: the History of Archaeology in Australia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific Session co-chaired with Prof. Spriggs, Australian Archaeology Association annual Conference, Fremantle, WA.

 

Exhibition

  1. Uncovering Pacific Pasts – international multi-sites and online exhibition, co-organised by CBAP team and collaborators. www.uncoveringpacificpasts.org.

 

 

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