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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • List of Figures ix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
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  • 2 - Metaphor, Materiality and Interpretation 23
  • References 26
  • The Metaphorical Transformations of Wala Canoes 27
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  • 3 - The Anthropology of Art 57
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  • Binding in the Pacific: between Loops and Knots 63
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  • 4 - Visual Culture 81
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  • Photographic Portraiture in Central India in the 1980s and 1990s 87
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  • 5 - Heritage and Cultural Property 105
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  • The Power of Origins: Questions of Cultural Rights 115
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  • 6 - Landscape and Politics 135
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  • Contested Landscapes: Medieval to Present Day 141
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  • 7 - Memory and Conflict 175
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  • Bodies of Metal, Shells of Memory: ‘trench Art’ and the Great War Re–cycled 181
  • Acknowledgements 201
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  • 8 - Architecture and the Domestic Sphere 207
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  • Khrushchev, Modernism and the Fight against Petit–bourgeois Consciousness in the Soviet Home 215
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  • 9 - Consumption 237
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  • Coca–cola: A Black Sweet Drink from Trinidad 245
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  • Index 265
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