|12 Dec 2001||All day||Corpus Christi College|
Corpus Christi College 5.00-6.30pm
Conference organised under the auspices of CRASSH (University of Cambridge)
A Welcome Reception and a Little Light Work?
As a welcome to several visitors from Papua New Guinea and those attending the "Innovation, Creation and New Economic Forms" conference, this informal discussion and poster display will provide a forum for brief presentations on the changing bases for collaborative research, on the starts made by the PTC project & other initiatives in Melanesia, and on plans for future work.
Besides a chance to air some on-going work and to think through issues involved in contemporary research, the forum will discuss the directions that projects, partnerships and interchanges might take.
Françoise Barbira-Freedman (Cambridge)
Jacob Simet – Research Directions: Past, Present and Future (PNG National Cultural Commission)
Karen Sykes – Cultural Property in the New Guinea Islands (Manchester)
Ben Burt – Working with Michael Kwa’ioloa in the Solomons (British Museum)
James Leach – Documenting Plants, Discussing IPR in Reite (Cambridge)
Tony Crook, Bronya Kumulgo, Libo Tatias & Tegela Waine – Case-Studies from the Ok Tedi area (Edinburgh; Tabubil, PNG)