Series 524 - Bronwen Douglas Pacific research papers

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Bronwen Douglas Pacific research papers


  • c. 1966 - 2012 (Creation)

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Bronwen Douglas completed her BA (Hons) from Adelaide University and her PhD from the Australian National University in 1972. She was Senior Lecturer, La Trobe University 1979-96; and Fellow/Senior Fellow, Research School of Pacific & Asian Studies and Department of Pacific & Asian History, ANU 1997-2012. Her research interests are in historical concepts of race in Oceania; history of Melanesian Christianities; the intersections of Christianity, gender, and community in postcolonial Melanesia; and the colonial histories of New Caledonia and Vanuatu.

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Conference and seminar papers; PhD thesis; course material; field work tapes, notes and interview; correspondence; drafts; collection of articles and chapters on Pacific women, Christianity in Melanesia, Australian Aboriginal history and Aboriginal women, anthropological theory and miscellaneous theory, New Caledonia and Polynesia.


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Entered from deposit description on 27 May 2013




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