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Tapu and the invention of the “death taboo”: An analysis of the transformation of a Polynesian cultural concept
Is death “taboo” or “tapu”? Why do these two versions of the same word evoke such different cultural responses to issues of death and the dead? In this paper, we explore Western anthropological… Expand
Ethical Issues of Bioarchaeology in New Zealand-Aotearoa: Relationships, Research, and Repatriation
New Zealand has a high profile internationally for the repatriation of human skeletal remains, with repatriation starting in the 1970s, and international and national repatriations continuing to the… Expand