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Through a German lens
The Australian Aborigines and the question of difference
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The nature of German anthropological observations of indigenous peoples remains a fraught one, as the debate between H Glenn Penny, Andrew Zimmerman and Jens Uwe Guettel demonstrates. Via an investigation of Friedrich Gerstäcker’s representations of Australia and Indigenous Australians, this chapter explores the nature of German travellers’ depictions of the Indigenous peoples of Australia.

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Savage worlds

German encounters abroad, 1798-1914


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