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Contents Preface vii Acknowledgements xi A note on terms and languages xv Map xxi Introduction: Revisiting the life and scholarship of Dorothea Bleek 1 1 Colonial childhood, European learning 20 2  Tracing rock art in the field with Helen Tongue, 1905–1907 44 3  Return to the Kalahari, July–August 1913 66 4  Ambiguities of interaction: South West Africa, Angola and Tanganyika, 1920–1930 83 5 Testimony of the rocks: A ‘cave journey’, 1928–1932 103 6  Intimacy and marginality in rock art recording, 1932–1940 123 7  Making the bushman dictionary, 1934–1956 144 Notes 167 Bibliography 231 Index 244 Book 1.indb 5 10/12/15 10:57 AM Book 1.indb 6 10/12/15 10:57 AM ...

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ISBN
9781868148820
Related ISBN
9781868148790
MARC Record
OCLC
957318242
Pages
272
Launched on MUSE
2018-01-01
Language
English
Open Access
No
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