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Nicholas Thomas was born in Sydney in 1960. He has travelled in the Pacific, and researched and written about Pacific history, art and anthropology since the 1980s. His books include Entangled Objects (1991), Oceanic Art (1995), Discoveries: the voyages of Captain Cook (2003) and Possessions: Indigenous Art/Colonial Culture (1999). With John Pule he has written Hiapo: Past and Present in Niuean Barkcloth (2005).
Nicholas Thomas has worked on several projects with Mark Adams and published two books with him: Cook’s Sites: Revisiting History (1999) and Rauru: Tene Waitere, Maori Carving, Colonial History (2009). He is Director of the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Cambridge and a professorial fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge.
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