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Solomon-Godeau, Abigail, ‘Going native: Paul Gauguin and the invention of primitivist modernism’ in Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard (eds), The expanding discourse: feminism and art history, NY: Harper/Collins, 1992, pp 312-329 Brooks, Peter, ‘Gauguin’s Tahitian body’, in Norma Broude and Mary D. Garrard (eds), The expanding discourse: feminism and art history, NY: Harper/Collins, 1992, pp 330-345. Robert Nicole, ‘Dreamers and pilgrims’ The word, the pen, and the pistol: Literature and power in Tahiti, Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001, pp. 99-139.

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Colonial discourse IV: Ambivalence

Aby Warburg, “Images from the region of the Pueblo Indians of North America, in Donald Preziosi (ed), The art of Art History: A critical anthology, Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 1998, pp 177-206 Homi Bhabha, ‘Of mimicry and man: The ambivalence of colonial discourse’, in October: The first decade, 1976-1986, eds, Annette Michelson et al. Cambridge MA and London: The MIT Press, 1987, pp. 317-25 Simon During, “What was the west: Some relations between modernity, colonisation, and writing” in Meanjin 48 (4) 1989, pp 759-776

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Colonial discourse V: Culture and resistance

Roger Neich, “Maori figurative painting: tradition and innovation in the search for identity” in Allan Hanson and Louise Hanson (eds), Art and identity in Oceania, Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 1990, pp 164-183 Roger Neich, “Nineteenth-century cultural changes” in Painted Histories: early Maori figurative painting. Auckland: Auckland University Press, 1993, pp 89-120. Susanne Küchler, ‘Making skins: Malangan and the idiom of kinship in Northern New Ireland’, in Anthropology, art, and aesthetics, eds, Jeremy Coote and Anthony Shelton, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992, pp. 94-112

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Nation and nationalism I: Imagined communities

Frantz Fanon, ‘On national culture’, The wretched of the earth, trans. Constance Farrington, New York: Grove Press, 1963 (1961), pp. 167- 199. Hugh Stevenson, ‘Structuring a new art environment’ Luk luk gen! Look again!: Contemporary art from Papua New Guinea, eds, Susan Cochrane Simons and Hugh Stevenson, Townsville: Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, 1990, pp. 23-31

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