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Muslim Notables, French Colonial Officials, and the Washers of the Dead

Women and Gender Politics in Colonial Algeria

Augustin Jomier

, Arabic sources as well as colonial ethnographic studies point to the role a certain category of erudite and powerful women played in banning women from the public space from the 1880s onwards. It challenges our vision of a colonial patriarchy built fully

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The Navigation of Silences and Back to the Roots

Karsten Lichau and Dörte Lerp

all the “gap between the questions that scholars want to answer and the means they have to answer them.” 8 He criticizes both the object of research—Africa, in its entirety and in comparison to Europe—and a methodology that relies heavily on colonial

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Ruination and the William Jones Affair

Regenerative Debris and Contested Narratives in the Archives

Michael Armand P. Canilao

colonial officials carrying out the punitive expedition. They were given assurance that the colonial officials would negotiate based on their customary law. This article has shown the colonial/ethnographic production of the Ilongot archive, the

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Waves of Dispossession

The Conversion of Land and Labor in Bali’s Recent History

Anette Fagertun

: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy . Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press . 10.4159/9780674369818 Schulte Nordholt , Henk . 1999 . “ The Making of Traditional Bali: Colonial Ethnography and Bureaucratic Reproduction .” In Colonial

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Photographs from the Poignant Project at the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Cambridge; The Solidarity in Action Network; The Canadian Museum Association’s Moved to Action Report; Towards a Decolonization of the Ethnographic Displays at the National Museum of Namibia; MuseumFutures Africa Project; Museum Matters in Africa

Kirsty Kernohan, Bernadette Lynch, Lucy Bell, Goodman Gwasira, Sophia Olivia Sanan, and Jesmael Mataga

through colonial ethnography and racial sciences such as anthropometrics. The report further discusses some of the challenges of decolonizing museums, especially in the aftermath of deep, multiple, and often violent colonialisms. The museum in Namibia