2 edition of Studies in Oceanic culture history found in the catalog.
Studies in Oceanic culture history
Oceanic Culture History Symposium (1969 Sigatoka)
by Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum, Department of Anthropology in Honolulu
Written in English
Published under the auspices of the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.
|Statement||R.C. Green and M. Kelly, editors. Vol.3.|
|Series||Pacific anthropological records / Bernice PauahiBishop Museum -- no.13, Pacific anthropological records -- no.13.|
|Contributions||Green, R. C., Kelly, M., Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.|
A single theme is pursued in this book - the trade between peoples of differing cultures through world history. Extending from the ancient world to the coming of the commercial revolution, Professor Curtin's discussion encompasses a broad and diverse group of trading by: Culture Areas. Though civilization (urban culture) never emerged in pre-colonial Oceania (see History of Oceania), many non-urban peoples flourished throughout the thousands of islands that make up this region. Four vast culture areas have been identified: Australia, Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.
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The Pacific Ocean covers one-third of the earth’s surface and encompasses many thousands of islands that are home to numerous human societies and cultures.
Among these indigenous Oceanic cultures are the intrepid Polynesian double-hulled canoe navigators, the atoll dwellers of Micronesia, the statue carvers of remote Easter Island, and the famed traders of Melanesia.This study of Bombay between and when the city was the administrative centre of British imperial interests in Aden and Zanzibar- focuses on the Indian Ocean as a space both historically and analytically relevant to the history of Mumbai.
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