Heather L. Waldroup Ph.D

"My research interests explore the intersection of Western and Oceanic visual cultures since the late 19th century, with a focus on colonial photography, contemporary Indigenous art, and museum collection and display."

There are 5 included publications by Heather L. Waldroup Ph.D:

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
Facing the Pacific: Polynesia in the U.S. Imperial Imagination 2008 38 Book review
From The South To The South Pacific, And Back Again: Global Pedagogies In A Southern Classroom 2006 34 This essay explores the use of a globally-informed pedagogy as a creative methodological tool in the University classroom. My area of research, the arts of the South Pacific, can be quite unfamiliar to students in the continental United States; there...
Hard To Reach: Anne Brigman, Mountaineering, and Modernity In California 2014 58 No Abstract
Musée Gauguin Tahiti: Indigenous Places, Colonial Heritage 2008 27 This essay discusses the Musee Gauguin Tahiti as a problematic counterpoint for contemporary developments in Oceanic museology. Considering Gauguin's complex relationship to French colonial history, the tourism industry and Pacific Island history, th...
Picturing Pleasure: Fanny Stevenson And Beatrice Grimshaw In The Pacific Islands 2009 58 This article explores the travel writings, illustrated with photographs, of Fanny Stevenson and Beatrice Grimshaw, two 'lady travelers' who visited the Pacific Islands at the turn of the twentieth century. Although little critical attention has been ...