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by Greg Dening

  • Author: Greg Dening
  • ISBN: 0824817540
  • ISBN13: 978-0824817541
  • ePub: 1579 kb | FB2: 1397 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Americas
  • Publisher: Univ of Hawaii Pr (November 1, 1995)
  • Pages: 256
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The Death of William Gooch: A History's Anthropology ePub download

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Start by marking The Death of William Gooch: A History's Anthropology as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. Gooch's is a short life indeed on which to base a book. Gooch, the young William Gooch died at Waimea on the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian chain. Pahupu, Hawaiian warriors 'cut-in-two' by their tattoos, killed him there.

His biography, The Death of William Gooch: A History's Anthropology, was written in 1995 by Greg Dening and illustrates the dangers of cross-cultural encounters in the exploration er. .Letters, memoranda and journal containing the history of Mr William Gooch". The Death of William Gooch: A History's Anthropology. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press.

Find sources: "Greg Dening" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (May 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). Greg Dening (1931 – 13 March 2008) was an Australian historian of the Pacific. Dening born in Newcastle, New South Wales. He was educated at two Jesuit schools, St. Louis School in Perth and Xavier College in Melbourne. He received an MA from the University of Melbourne and a PhD from Harvard University, where his doctoral dissertation was a historical ethnography of the Marquesas Islands. ISBN 978-0-522-84692-8.

William Gooch died at Waimea on the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian chain. Pahupu, Hawaiian warriors 'cut-in-two by their tattoos, killed him there.

Greg Dening is emeritus professor of history at the University of Melbourne, and is the prize-winning author of Mr.

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Dening, Greg, 1931-2008. Gooch, W. (William); Gooch, William, 1770 or 1771-1792; Hawaii - Discovery and exploration. A penetratating study of the young astronomer on board the Daedalus. Read associated article: Greg Dening. test cricket, Perth (WA), "Parkes, Henry". Separate different tags with a comma. To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes.

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William Gooch died at Waimea on the island of Oahu in the Hawaiian chain. Pahupu, Hawaiian warriors 'cut-in-two' by their tattoos, killed him there. He was only twenty-two. Gooch's is a short life indeed on which to base a book. But Greg Dening uses the incident of his murder as the basis for a penetrating study of historical narrative and meaning. Gooch, the young astronomer on board the Daedalus, is written into history through the perceptions and intentions of the historian. This is 'history's anthropology'. The layers of interpretation and meaning are woven into the fabric of the history itself. And this is the historian entwined in the fragments of the past that are sought, found, reworked and retold.