oa Kronos : Journal of Cape History - Anthropology and portrait photography: Gustav Fritsch's 'Natives of South Africa', 1863-1872
|Article Title||Anthropology and portrait photography: Gustav Fritsch's 'Natives of South Africa', 1863-1872|
|© Publisher:||University of the Western Cape|
|Journal||Kronos : Journal of Cape History|
|Affiliations||1 University of the Western Cape, Bellville, South Africa.|
|Publication Date||Nov 2001|
|Pages||43 - 76|
|Keyword(s)||1872 original portraits, The Natives of South Africa, 19th Century anthropology, Bechuanaland, Berlin Society of Anthropology, Ethnology and Prehistory, Cape Colony, Copper engravings, Critique of profile illustrations, Cultural emphasis, Gustav Fritsch, German anthropologist, Immigrant Indian labourers, Maqoma, Natal, Orange Free State, Physical and racial differentiation, Physical not cultural emphasis., Portrait photography, Portraits of Xhosa chiefs, Racial types in Southern Africa and Recording art, architecture, behaviour and ritual, excavations, artifacts|
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