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  • Nyungar wiring boodja : Aboriginality in urban Australia 

    Hemmers, Carina (University of St Andrews, 2012-11-30) - Thesis
    The present thesis examines the themes of ‘shared history,’ ‘place-making,’ and ‘reconciliation’ to assess how these come together in the establishment of an Aboriginal identity in Perth, Western Australia. Focusing on ...
  • Paranormal tourism in Edinburgh : storytelling, appropriating ghost culture and presenting an uncanny heritage 

    Holzhauser, Elizabeth (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-25) - Thesis
    The paranormal industry in Edinburgh has become a thriving niche within the country’s tourist market. While ghost walks have been explored in anthropology from the perspective of spectacle, this thesis investigates and ...
  • The Pygmy mimic 

    Frankland, Stan (2016-08) - Journal article
    The Pygmy mimic is an extremely persistent colonial trope that continues to inform contemporary anthropological understandings of Africa’s Pygmy populations. Mimicry is now understood as being a key component of the social ...
  • The sense of belonging and the migration trajectories of the members of the Latin American community in Edinburgh. 

    Sokół-Klepacka, Marta (University of St Andrews, 2017-06-22) - Thesis
    This thesis is the outcome of my twelve-month ethnographic fieldwork among Latin Americans in Edinburgh. Using life story interviews, participant observation and online communication technologies, the research aims to ...