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Human zoos : the invention of the savage

Author: Pascal Blanchard; Gilles Boetsch; Nanette Jacomijn Snoep; Musée du quai Branly.; et al
Publisher: Arles [France] : Actes Sud ; [Paris, France] : Musée du Quai Branly, ©2011.
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Pascal Blanchard; Gilles Boetsch; Nanette Jacomijn Snoep; Musée du quai Branly.; et al
ISBN: 9782330002619 2330002610
OCLC Number: 773375734
Notes: "This work was published to coincide with the show "Exhibitions. The invention of the savage," held at the Musée du Quai Branly from 29 November 2011 to 3 June 2012"--T.p. verso.
Description: 382 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Part 1. Origins & evolutions: From specimen to stage : the birth of a genre / Robert Bogdan --
The politics of P.T. Barnum / Peter J. Bloom --
Portugal as the gateway for "Blacks" into Europe / Sandrine Lemaire --
Georges Curvier, a new view of the world / Giles Boëtsch --
Tchong A-Sam's stay in Paris / Yu-sion Live --
Zulus in London (1853) / Charles Forsdick --
Madeleine of Martinique / Nanette Jacomijn Snoep --
1851, the Great Exhibition in London / Catherine Servan-Schreiber --
What is it? / Nanette Jacomijn Snoep --
From cabinets of curiosities to the passion for the "savage" / Gilles Boëtsch --
Buffon, Linnaeus and the invention of "races" in the eighteenth century / Gilles Boëtsch --
The "Queen America" parade at Stuttgart carnival in 1599 / Elke Bujok --
Johan Adrian Jacobsen : impresario and collector / Hilke Thode-Arora --
The 1876 Centennial Exhibition / Mary Jo Arnoldi --
Castan's Panopticum : a divertissement halfway between optical impressions and visual cliché / Angelika Friederici --
Fairground anatomy museums / Dominique Chevé --
Savage imagery / Nanette Jacomijn Snoep --
The Egyptian caravan / Pascal Blanchard --
The European odyssey of six Osage Indians / Nanette Jacomijn Snoep --
1774 : Omai is introduced to King George III / Michelle Hetherington --
Maungwudaus / Donald B. Smith --
Maximo and Bartola : the last Aztecs / Nicolas Menut --
The Amazons, a Western myth / Suzanne Preston Blier --
Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show in Europe / Federica Tamarozzi --
The Jardin d'Acclimatation, zoos and naturalization / William H. Schneider --
Carl Hagenbeck's business in Hamburg / Hilke Thode-Arora --
Abraham Ulrikab's diary / Hilke Thode-Arora --
Swiss Völkerschauen : the fascination with things colonial / Patrick Minder --
The "Negro of Banyoles" / Neus Moyano --
The "Anthropological Pavilion" at the Osaka Exposition (1903) / Arnaud Nanta --
Ota Benga / Lilian Thuram --
The Kanaks in 1931 and the threads of memory / Joël Dauphiné. Part 2. Proliferation & apogee: Ethnographic stage, backdrop and props / Christine Barthe --
Tambo's legacy / Roslyn Poignant --
Edward Sheriff Curtis, a different look at Indians / Farid Abdelouahab --
Commercial photography / Pascal Blanchard, Nanette Jacomijn Snoep --
The evolution in exotic and colonial presentations at the Paris Universal Exhibitions of 1867, 1878 and 1889 / Catherine Hodeir --
Paris 1900: constructing an image through imagery / Pascal Blanchard --
Greater Britain Exhibition, 1899, images of the Kaffir Kraal / Anne Maxwell --
Taiwan in Japanese colonial exhibitions / Sakano Tôru --
Photographs of the Javanese exhibited in the Netherlands and France / Gilles Boëtsch --
Gertrude Käsebier's portraits of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Sioux Indians / Michelle Delaney --
Exotic people in Universal Exhibitions and World's Fairs (1851-1937) / Volker Barth --
Paris 1867 / Volker Barth --
Belgium, crossroads of exotic worlds (1905-1913) : Liège, Brussels, Charleroi and Ghent / Maarten Couttenier --
The Chicago World's Columbian Exposition (1893) / Robert W. Rydell --
The Berlin Gewerbe-Ausstellung of 1896 / Rea Brändle --
Geneva 1896 : the Swiss Village / Patrick Minder --
St. Louis 1904 / Robert W. Rydell --
Colonial and indigenous villages in Italy (1884-1914) / Guido Abbattista --
The 1931 Exposition Coloniale in Paris or the invention of "humanist exhibitionism" / Catherine Coquery-Vidrovitch --
Colonial exhibitions or the invention of "Natives" / Pascal Blanchard --
The "Internationale Koloniale" Exhibition at Amsterdam in 1883 / Patrick Minder --
Brussels 1897, or the Universal meets the Colonial / Maarten Couttenier --
India at the 1889 Exposition Universelle in Paris / Catherine Servan-Schreiber --
The Exposition Coloniale in Lyon (1894) / Laurick Zerbini --
The White City Exhibitions in pre-war London / Alexander C.T. Geppert --
The 1929 Korean exhibition / Arnaud Nanta --
The 1906 and 1922 colonial exhibitions of Marseille / Gilles Boëtsch --
The British Empire exhibition at Wembley, 1925 / John M. Mackenzie --
Theatre, circus and cabaret or blurring the lines (1850-1930) / Sylvie Chalaye --
The 1908 Franco-British Exhibition / Dominic Thomas --
Aboriginals at the Folies-Bergère / Nadège Piton --
Imre Kiralfy / Anne Maxwell --
Buffalo Bill's Indians / Vivianne Perret --
The 1901 Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York / Robert W. Rydell --
Sarrasani and Two-Two / Ernst Günther --
Féral Benga, an African star of the inter-war years / Anne Décoret-Ahiha --
Exhibiting Indochina / Panivong Norindr --
Farini the showman / Federica Tamarozzi. Part 3. Developments & legacies: From postcard to cinematograph : inventing reality / Éric Deroo and Pierre Fournié --
The 1936 empire exhibition in Johannesburg / Lucile Pouthier --
The Lumière Brothers' filming of ethnographical exhibitions / Nathalie Morena --
The Völkerschauen and the beginnings of German cinema / Hilke Thode-Arora --
Films, documentaries and comic strips / Pascal Blanchard --
Vénus Noire [Black Venus] on screen, fiction and exhibition / Olvier Barlet --
"Galibis" in Paris! / Gérard Collomb --
Photographs and postcards at the Jardin d'Acclimatation / Gilles Boëtsch --
Travelling villages or the democratizaton of the "savage" / Sandrine Lemaire, Guido Abbattista, Nicola Labanca and Hilke Thode-Arora --
Nayo Bruce / Rea Brändle --
Hersi Egeh Gorseh and the Hagenbecks / Hilke Thode-Arora --
Chiefdom of Goldsmithery! : portraits of Jean Thiam and Mamadou Seck / Sylvie Chalaye --
Samson Dido / Hilke Thode-Arora --
Baka Pygmies in Wallonia in 2002, and the "African Village" at Augsburg Zoo in 2005 / Karel Arnaut --
The Crystal Palace / David Murphy --
Breton and Irish villages / Sandrine Lemaire --
The demise of ethnic exhibitions / Nicolas Bancel, Charles Forsdick and Patrick Minder --
The pre-war swansong of the exotic / Catherine Hodeir --
The Exposição do Mundo Português, Lisbon, 1940 / Yves Léonard --
Comparing the exotic presence in Paris expositions between 1931 and 1937 / Catherine Hodier --
The American Century and democracity at the 1939 New York World's Fair / Herman Lebovics --
The Village of Lilliputians / Bernard Andrieu --
A visit to the Theresienstadt Concentration Camp / Herman Lebovics --
The Brussels Universal and International Exhibition (1958) / Sabine Cornelis --
From trestle to set : exotic dancers on French stages / Anne Décoret-Ahiha --
The human zoo as (bad) intercultural performance / Karel Arnaut --
The Bamboula Village in Nantes (1994) / Nicolas Bancel --
London 2005 : the new human zoo? / Olivier Razac --
Coco Fusco, or a cannibal happening / Yacine Hamoud --
Tragic migrancy : an account / Christian Báez Allende --
The human zoo, a cross between reality television and "real" experiment / Isabelle Veyrat-Masson --
Neither this nor that / Achille Mbembe.
Responsibility: devised and edited by Pascal Blanchard, Gilles Boëtsch and Nanette Jacomijn Snoep ; presented by Lilian Thuram ; [Deke Dusinberre ... et al., translators.].

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