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Brushed with fame: museological investments in the Cook voyage collections

Historian Lissant Bolton considers the nature of Captain James Cook’s fame in a museological context and discusses how difficult it is to present artefacts from the Pacific in an exhibition without reference to Cook’s three voyages.
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Presenters: Lissant Bolton
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