The evolution and appropriation of crab-claw sails in Oceania

Quanchi, Max (2007) The evolution and appropriation of crab-claw sails in Oceania. In Webb, Virginia Lee & Stevenson, Karen (Eds.) Re-presenting Pacific Art. Crawford House Press, Adelaide, SA, pp. 175-195.

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A study of semiotics, imaging and approipriation, using the case study of the popular uses made of the inverted, traingular, lateen sail as a symbol for Oceania.

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ID Code: 21037
Item Type: Book Chapter
Keywords: Canoes, Lateen sails, icongraphy, representation, Pacific islands
ISBN: 1863333096
Subjects: Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY (210000) > HISTORICAL STUDIES (210300) > Pacific History (excl. New Zealand and Maori) (210313)
Divisions: Current > Research Centres > Centre for Social Change Research
Copyright Owner: Copyright 2007 Crawford House
Deposited On: 09 Jun 2009 22:35
Last Modified: 09 Jun 2010 13:43

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