- Title Pages
IntroductionToward a Global History of Anthropology
Chapter 1Berlin’s Monopoly
Chapter 2Commercializing the Ethnographic Frontier
Chapter 3Losing the Monopoly
Chapter 4Restructuring Ethnology and Imperialism
Chapter 5Albert Hahl and the Colonization of the Ethnographic Frontier
Chapter 6Indigenous Reactions
Chapter 7The Ethnographic Frontier in German Postcolonial Visions
ConclusionAnthropology’s Global Histories in Oceania
- About the Author
- Production Notes
- Anthropology's Global Histories
- University of Hawai'i Press
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