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Contents Acknowledgments ix Introduction: Toward a Global History of Anthropology 1 1 Berlin’s Monopoly 12 2 Commercializing the Ethnographic Frontier 29 3 Losing the Monopoly 50 4 Restructuring Ethnology and Imperialism 71 5 Albert Hahl and the Colonization of the Ethnographic Frontier 97 6 Indigenous Reactions 118 7 The Ethnographic Frontier in German Postcolonial Visions 137 Conclusion: Anthropology’s Global Histories in Oceania 154 Notes 171 Bibliography 209 Index 229 ...


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