Chapter ID: CBB001250739

Meeting the Zulus: Displayed Peoples and the Shows of London, 1853--79 (2012)

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Authors & Contributors
Mussell, James
Opitz, Donald Luke
Secord, Anne
Fyfe, Aileen
Lyons, Sherrie Lynne
Rogers, Beverley
Journals
British Journal for the History of Science
Food, Culture and Society
History of Science
Museum History Journal
Publishers
Johns Hopkins University Press
Boydell & Brewer
Brill
Thema
University of Toronto
Empire State Editions - Fordham University Press
Concepts
Cross-cultural interaction; cultural influence
Science and society
Slavery and slaves
Exhibits
Agriculture
Collectors and collecting
People
Bateson, William
Carnegie, Andrew
Wright, William
Banks, Joseph
Futter, Ellen
Osborn, Henry Fairfield
Places
Great Britain
India
Jamaica (Caribbean)
Latin America
South America
Europe
Times
19th century
20th century, early
18th century
20th century
15th century
17th century
Institutions
British Museum. Natural History
American Museum of Natural History
University College, London
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