Moving images john layard fieldwork and photography on malakula since 1914 haidy geismar anita herle kirk huffman john layard the photographs taken by john layard in malakula between 1914 and 1915 provide vivid insights into the daily and ritual lives of small islander communities then situated at a colonial periphery part of the photographs interest is that they appear to depict . In addition to having to contend with an extre moving images john layard fieldwork and mely unwieldy box camera especially for the photography on malakula since 1914 is an out conditions layard it seems was not the most standing tribute to the work of the pioneering proficient of photographers. This is a review of moving images by prof margaret jolly australian national university published in the contemporary pacific 231 pp 246 249 moving images john layard fieldwork and photography on malakula since 1914 by haidy geismar and anita herle adelaide crawford house publishing in association with university of cambridge . Click on the article title to read more. Moving images john layard fieldwork and photography on malakula since 1914 haidy geismar and anita herle with contributions by kirk huffman and john layard format book published honolulu university of hawaii press cambridge university of cambridge museum of archaeology anthropology c2010 description 308 p ill maps 27 cm other contributors herle anita 1956
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