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Knowing Things: Exploring the Collections at the Pitt Rivers Museum 1884-1945 Hardcover – 1 Oct 2007
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About the Author
Chris Gosden has worked in the Pitt Rivers Museum since 1994 as a curator/lecturer, having previously held a lectureship at La Trobe University Melbourne. He has just been elected Professor of European Archaeology, Oxford. He has carried out fieldwork in Papua New Guinea, Turkmenistan and various parts of Europe. He has published on museum collections, archaeology and colonialism and the links between archaeology and anthropology. He is currently starting a project on Englishness and one on late Iron Age art. Frances Larson completed a D. Phil. on the collection of Sir Henry Wellcome, which she is now writing up as a book. She continues to carry out research on the history of anthropology, museums and material culture.
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