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Gifts & Discoveries

Gifts and Discoveries



Fully illustrated colour guide to permanent collections of Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology.
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Chiefs & Governors: Art & Power in Fiji Exhibition Catalogue



Chiefs & Governors: Art and Power in Fiji is the first major exhibition dedicated to Fijian art in the UK. Inspired by MAA's outstanding Fijian collections, it explores the early colonial history of Fiji, the foundation of the Museum, and the dynamism and creativity of Fijian art and culture. Co-authored by Curators Anita Herle and Lucy Carreau, it includes specialist contributions by Fergus Clunie, Jocelyne Dudding, Steven Hooper, Katrina Igglesden, Karen Jacobs, Stéphanie Leclerc-Caffarel, Andy Mills and Barbara Wills. 136 pages with 189 illustrations.

Chiefs & Governors is one of the outcomes of the Fijian Art Research Project (2001 -2014) generously funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.
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Assembling Bodies

Assembling Bodies: Art, Science & Imagination



Catalogue accompanying major exhibition at the University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology (March 2009 - November 2010) by Anita Herle, Mark Elliott and Rebecca Empson.

ISBN No. 978-0-947595-18-0
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Pasifika Styles

Pasifika Styles: Artists Inside the Museum



Publication following major exhibition in the University of Cambridge Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology (May 2006 - February 2008) edited by Rosanna Raymond and Amiria Salmond.

ISBN No. 978-1-877372-60-5 (Otago University Press)
ISBN No. 978-0-947595-17-3 (CUMAA)
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Printed and CD Proceedings - Fouling & Cleaning in Food Processing 2014



Printed and CD proceedings of the conference on Fouling & Cleaning in Food Processing, held in Cambridge on 30 March - 2 April 2014. Soft cover volume, 350 pages, printed in black and white. Accompanied by CD holding pdf copies of published papers.

Published by the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, University of Cambridge.

Packing and postage included.
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Light Spells

Light Spells - a photographic exploration of Kettle's Yard



This publication documents the exhibition Light Spells - a photographic exploration of Kettle's Yard held in 2001. For over a year, from the shortest day of 2000, Kathryn Faulkner and Graham Murrell took photographs in the Kettle's Yard house. the resulting images, captured using pinhole and conventional cameras and direct exposure of printing-out paper, offer an unfamiliar 'viewpoint' of the objects of the house, reflecting fleeting moments and continuing human occupation.

Photographs by Kathryn Faulkner and Graham Murrell, with an afterword by Ian Jeffrey.

ISBN 0907074979
Size: 225 x 225 mm
Spine: 12 mm
72 pages
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