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The appropriation of culture

...to subversion: Aboriginal cultural production in the age of postmodernism. American Indian Quarterly, 21(4), 605–620. MacCannel, Dean: 1973 Staged Authenticity: On Arrangements of Social Space in Tourist Settings. American Journal...

Historic theft at RAMM

...whereabouts? Within the museum archive there is a letter dated 15 October 1973 from the RAMM curator Susan Pearce to Professor Leon Siroto in Delaware, which says “Thank you for...

Honiton East Devon lace spray

This spray was made in East Devon (Honiton) lace by Elsie Luxton. The design is that of a primrose. As with many Victorian designs, inspiration for lace was often taken...

Necklace mugathi

Single string of white handmade glass beads with a two brass pendants of differing sizes. Purchased 5 October 1973 for 4 shillings....

Vilingi or piringi

Such whistles are made by girls who play them whilst dancing. Shrill whistles are meant to accompany the drumming. Two hollow sticks of cane are attached at one end with...

Hip belt

Women weave the grass fibre (boabab) to thread the beads around cotton cores. Hip belts are called musyondo if worn over clothing, and iliki if worn under them....

Ear ornament

These leaf-shaped earrings (Turkana: awalia) are worn by Turkana women on the top of the ears. Cut from old cooking pots, beaten into shape and then punch-decorated with a small...

Ear ornament

These leaf-shaped earrings (Turkana: awalia) are worn by Turkana women on the top of the ears. Cut from old cooking pots, beaten into shape and then punch-decorated with a small...

Belt

A Kikuyu beaded leather belt that was said to have been re-used by boy scouts. Kenya’s first prime minister and later president Jomo Kenyatta, took the Kikuyu word and adopted...