Taxidermic signs reconstructing Aboriginality /
Pauline Wakeham decodes the practice of taxidermy as it was performed in North America from the late nineteenth century to the present, revealing its connection to ecological and racial discourses integral to the maintenance of colonial power. Moving beyond the literal practice of stuffing skins, Wa...
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University of Minnesota Press,
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Ebook Central Academic Complete
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