A Review of the Literature up to 1976 by HENRY EYRING and DOUGLAS HENDERSON (Eds.)

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M. Berndt to Elkin, 2 May 1954, EP, 41/4/2/375. 60 There is a belief he turned the position down because he would not have been able to hide his homosexuality in such a small city as Canberra. 16 Introduction and New Guinea reflect a growing acceptance by colonial governments of anthropology as a helpful discipline useful in governing colonised peoples. Anthropology, as a way of justifying its scholarly and practical credentials, presented itself to colonial administrations and metropolitan governments— Britain, the United States and Australia—as a discipline that was able to help in the control, management and advancement of colonised peoples in the African colonies and indigenous people in settler nations such as Australia, Canada and the United States.

72 Groves to Elkin, 28 August 1951, EP, 182/4/2/325. 73 Steven Webster, Patrons of Maori Culture: Power, theory and ideology in the Maori renaissance (Dunedin, 1998), pp. 73–102; A. T. Ngata, ‘Anthropology and the Government of the Native Races in the Pacific’, Australasian Journal of Psychology and Philosophy, 6:1 (1928), pp. 1–14. 74 M. P. K. Sorrenson, ‘Polynesian Corpuscles and Pacific Anthropology: The home-made anthropology of Sir Apirana Ngata and Sir Peter Buck’, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 91:1 (1992), pp.

P. K. Sorrenson, ‘Polynesian Corpuscles and Pacific Anthropology: The home-made anthropology of Sir Apirana Ngata and Sir Peter Buck’, Journal of the Polynesian Society, 91:1 (1992), pp. 17–23. 75 See Gray and Munro, ‘Establishing Anthropology and Maori Language (Studies), Auckland University College’. 77 Yet, at the time, decolonisation was seen as a predominantly British problem, focused primarily on its African colonies, India and parts of South-East Asia such as Burma. 79 At the end of the war, Japan lost her Micronesian colonies, the French remained entrenched in their territories that were portrayed as being part of metropolitan France, the United States had extended the size of its empire with the acquisition of Micronesia, and Portugal remained in Timor (now Timor Leste).

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