Margaret Critchlow Papers, 1980-2002 (MSS 0794)

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Papers of Margaret Critchlow, Melanesian anthropologist and Professor of Social Anthropology at York University in Canada. The collection contains fieldwork journals, interviews, and research materials on the Republic of Vanuatu (formerly the New Hebrides), used in the writing of her books.

Margaret Critchlow was born in 1947 and grew up in Maryland near the Chesapeake Bay. She attended private school in southern Virginia where she demonstrated early interest in political activism by protesting segregation at school. Critchlow went on to study political science at Goucher College in Maryland. In 1967 she met William Rodman, a PhD student at the University of Chicago, who introduced her to both anthropology and Melanesia. She first travelled to Vanuatu (formerly the New Hebrides), assisting Rodman in his research, from 1969-1971. Among her introductory fieldwork was a genealogy collection, surveying elderly women of the area.

In 1972 Critchlow moved to Hamilton, Ontario for Rodman's tenure at McMaster University and began pursuing her masters degree in 1974. She was mentored by Dr. David Counts, an expert in socioeconomic anthropology of New Britain. Critchlow's master's thesis "Spheres of Exchange in a Northern New Hebridean Society" is based on her observations on Ambae Island in Vanuatu during their research expedition in 1970-71.

Critchlow conducted her doctoral fieldwork from 1978 to 1979, surveying land holdings in Longana, Ambae Island, Vanuatu. Her doctoral thesis "Customary Illusions" explored the use of mystifications in land possession and productivity. After receiving her doctorate, Critchlow taught at the University of Waterloo. She returned to Vanuatu in 1982 on a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SHRCC) grant and studied consumer behavior. Her research focused on the social construction of space, such as the dynamics of constructed space and landscape and their effects on concepts like power and culture. She also conducted evaluative photo elicitation research in Ambae on assessing the quality of a potential living space.

In 1985, Critchlow studied CUSO's (Canadian University Service Overseas, currently known as CUSO International) involvement in fisheries development on the island of Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu. This was an evaluation research-based project, focusing on the impact of development. She published Deep Water: Development and Change in Pacific Village Fisheries (1989) based on this research.

During the moratorium on expatriate researchers in Vanuatu lasting from 1985-1994, Critchlow studied non-profit rental cooperative housing in Canada and produced, along with with Matthew Cooper, the book New Neighbours: A Case Study of Cooperative Housing in Toronto (1992). Critchlow also published "Empowering Place: Multilocality and Multivocality" in American Anthropologist (September 1992), one of her most frequently cited works.

In 1993 Critchlow began researching Houses Far from Home: British Colonial Space in the New Hebrides, and co-edited along with Jan Rensel Home in the Islands: Housing and Social Change in the Pacific which explores houses as socially-constructed containers which reflect and influence their inhabitants' values and behavior. Critchlow conducted oral history interviews along with Will Stober, a Birmingham-born historian with extensive experience researching colonial life and administration in the New Hebrides, of British and French ex-colonial civil servants and officials. The interviews were primarily conducted in the United Kingdom and probed for information about the qualities of the houses and memories connected to their houses.

Critchlow returned to Vanuatu in 1995, examining the old colonial homes and their current state and usage by the locals. The cumulative work of the interviews and fieldwork resulted in Houses Far from Home: British Colonial Space in the New Hebrides published in 2001. Also in 2001, Critchlow convened a workshop funded by SHRCC, interviewing twenty-one Ni-Vanuatu women who were former domestic workers ("house-girls"). The women gave testimony of their time working under British, French, Chinese, and Vietnamese masters. Critchlow subsequently received a Rockefeller fellowship in 2002 to write about her findings. House-Girls Remember: Domestic Workers in Vanuatu was published in 2007.

In addition to her teaching and research, Critchlow was the President of the Canadian Anthropology Society from 1993-1994 and in 2017 was awarded the Weaver-Tremblay Award from the Society.

In 2010, she established the Canadian Senior Cohousing Society, a non-profit development company and cohousing advocacy group. Construction was completed in 2016 and the Harbourside Cohousing became the first senior-oriented co-housing property in Sooke, British Columbia, where Critchlow lives today.

[Biographical information compiled from: La série « Les Possédés et leurs mondes » est une production de la revue Anthropologie et Sociétés et du Département d'anthropologie de l'Université Laval, en partenariat avec la revue Anthropologica et la Société Canadienne d'anthropologie (CASCA). September 28th, 2016 (Sooke, Canada)]

Papers of Margaret Critchlow, Melanesian anthropologist and Professor of Social Anthropology at York University in Canada. The collection contains fieldwork journals, interviews, and research materials on the Republic of Vanuatu (formerly the New Hebrides), used in the writing of her books: Houses Far from Home: British Colonial Space in the New Hebrides, House-girls Remember: Domestic Workers in Vanuatu, and Deep Water: Development and Change in Pacific Village Fisheries.

Arranged in four series: 1) FIELDWORK AND WRITINGS, 2) NEW HEBRIDES BRITISH SERVICE RESEARCH MATERIAL, 3) INTERVIEWS - AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS, and 4) HOUSEGIRL WORKSHOP - AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS.

Margaret Critchlow and William Rodman Papers. MSS 795. Special Collections & Archives, UC San Diego.

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FIELDWORK AND WRITINGS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 1) FIELDWORK AND WRITINGS. Arranged in five subseries: A) Journals, B) Interviews, C) Submissions, D) Supplementary Material, and E) Deep Water Project.

A) Journals: Includes typescript pages of Critchlow's field research journal for Houses Far From Home: British Colonial Space in the New Hebrides. Journals entries are from July 1994 (in England and France), through 1995 (in Vanuatu).

B) Interviews: Transcripts of interviews conducted with ex-colonial officials and others associated with the New Hebrides, on the topics of housing and colonialism. Interviews were conducted between 1994-1995 by Critchlow and Will Stober. Arranged by year, and then alphabetically within each year. Sound recordings of these interviews may be found in Series 3.

C) Submissions: Answers to interview questions obtained via correspondence.

D) Supplementary Material: Includes British residency plans, maps, photographs and slides of houses, New Hebrides British Service Civil lists, Will Stober correspondence and spiral bound copies of Stober's Land Issues and Records. A photo database created by Critchlow is also included which describes the date and subject of the photographs and numbered slides. Slides and photographs include captions.

E) Deep Water Project: Research materials for Critchlow's book, Deep Water: Development and Change in Pacific Village Fisheries (1989). The bulk of this material dates from 1984-1985 and includes interview notes and transcripts, Vanuatu Fisheries Department reports from 1981-1984, Canadian University Service Overseas materials, notes, and journals. In original order.

Journals

Box 1 Folder 1-3
Typescript field research journals for Houses Far From Home, 1994-1995

Journals begins in England and France and continue for field work in Vanuatu.

Interviews

Box 1 Folder 4
Index of 1994 interviews conducted in England and France
Box 1 Folder 5
Guidelines for transcribing English tapes, 1994
Box 1 Folder 6
Baker, Dick and Connie, 1994
Box 1 Folder 7
Bonnemaison, Joel, 1994
Box 1 Folder 8
Champion, Olive, 1994
Box 1 Folder 9
Corlette-Theuil, Ronald, 1994
Box 1 Folder 10
Dale, David and Hannah, 1994
Box 1 Folder 11
DuBoulay, Roger (Sir), 1994
Box 1 Folder 12
Francis, John and Mary, 1994
Box 1 Folder 13
Garvey, Patricia (Lady), 1994
Box 1 Folder 14
Hayward, Vicky, 1994
Box 1 Folder 15
Howe, Terry and Jill, 1994
Box 1 Folder 16
Gutch, Diana (Lady), 1994
Box 1 Folder 17
House, Angela, 1994
Box 1 Folder 18
Leaf, Rosemary, 1994
Box 1 Folder 19
Leaney, John, 1994
Box 1 Folder 20
MacClancy, Jeremy, 1994
Box 1 Folder 21
Mitchell, Alex and Pamela, 1994
Box 1 Folder 22
Page, Gwen and Harry, 1994
Box 1 Folder 23
Salt, Mavis, 1994
Box 1 Folder 24
Stamford, Anne, 1994
Box 1 Folder 25
Stober, Judy, 1994
Box 1 Folder 26
Stober, Will, 1994
Box 1 Folder 27
Townsend, Mike and Nan, 1994
Box 1 Folder 28
Turner, Chris, 1994
Box 1 Folder 29
Wilkie, Margaret, 1994
Box 1 Folder 30
Woodward, Keith and Elizabeth, 1994
Box 1 Folder 31
Yaxley, John and Pat, 1994
Box 1 Folder 32
Zentner, Sonja, 1994
Box 1 Folder 33
Index of 1995 interviews
Box 1 Folder 34
Bent, John, 1995
Box 1 Folder 35
Bristow, George, 1995
Box 1 Folder 36
Fleming, Jim, 1995
Box 1 Folder 37
Fowler, Freddie, 1995
Box 1 Folder 38
Honey, Parts 1 and 2, 1995
Box 1 Folder 39
Howe, Terry and Jill, 1995
Box 1 Folder 40
Johnson, Chrissie and Bert, parts 1 and 2, 1995
Box 1 Folder 41
Leach, Michael and Sheila, 1995
Box 1 Folder 42
Leaf, E., 1995
Box 1 Folder 43
Rennie, John (Sir), 1995
Box 1 Folder 44
Sharrock, Alison, 1995

Submissions

Box 1 Folder 45
Honey, Ray, 1995
Box 1 Folder 46
Mallick, Donald, 1995
Box 1 Folder 47
Rawcliffe, Derek, 1995
Box 1 Folder 48
Robinson, Rex and Joan, 1995
Box 1 Folder 49
Todd, J.R. and Ingrid, 1995
Box 1 Folder 50
Williams, Tony, 1995
Box 1 Folder 51
Wood, Jim and Anita, 1995
Box 1 Folder 52
Combs, Stan, 1996

Supplementary Material

Box 1 Folder 53
Plans and maps - Printed, 1994
Box 1 Folder 54
Plans and maps - Drawn by participants, 1995
Box 1 Folder 55
Ex-President's house plans, 1995
Box 1 Folder 56
British residency plans (photocopies)
Box 1 Folder 57-58
Houses Far from Home - Vanuatu slides, 1995
Box 2 Folder 1-2
Houses Far from Home - Photo database, 1995
Box 2 Folder 3-6
New Hebrides British Service - Civil List, 1995
Box 2 Folder 7-8
Land Issues and Records: New Hebrides Volume 1 & 2, 1994

Compilation of documents with extensive commentary by Will Stober.

Box 2 Folder 9
Health and housing, 1920-1985

Includes Western Pacific High Commission materials. Some documents include annotations by Critchlow and Stober.

Box 2 Folder 10
Commentary on New Hebrides British Service files, 1995

Includes most of Part 2, and all of Parts 3 and 4. Original and photocopies.

Box 2 Folder 11
Addendum to "Colonial Office List", 1996

Includes analysis from Stober and office/service lists.

Box 2 Folder 12-16
Will Stober correspondence, 1993-1996

Includes correspondence with Critchlow and others regarding the New Hebrides documents in the Western Pacific High Commission archives.

Box 2 Folder 17
Miscellaneous documents and notes by Will Stober

Deep Water Project

Box 3 Folder 1
Port Olry interviews, 1985-1986
Box 3 Folder 2
Port Olry Sample - Stat information, 1980
Box 3 Folder 3
Port Olry store data, 1984-1985
Box 3 Folder 4
Remre - Facts and figures, list of boats, 1986
Box 3 Folder 5
Fisheries department press releases - Midterm review of 5-year plan, 1984
Box 3 Folder 6
Village Fisheries Development Program meeting, 1985 November
Box 3 Folder 7
Wind data from Vanuatu Meteo, 1983-1985
Box 3 Folder 8
Childbirth and related topics - Betty Mweta, 1985 December
Box 3 Folder 9
Port Olry - Ideas for analysis, 1985
Box 3 Folder 10
Canadian University Service Overseas (CUSO International) - Preliminary report Port Olry, 1985
Box 3 Folder 11
Completed household property schedules - Longana, 1982-1985
Box 3 Folder 12
CUSO interviews REXFDP - Vila 85, 1985
Box 3 Folder 13
Port Olry - Household fishing activity, 1985
Box 3 Folder 14
Miscellaneous facts - Benzine prices, airfares, CUSOs, imports, wind etc., 1985
Box 3 Folder 15
Village Fisheries Development Program - Project data throughout Vanuatu, 1985-1986
Box 3 Folder 16
CUSO VFA's reports, 1985
Box 3 Folder 17
CUSO report - Notes, 1986
Box 3 Folder 18
Copra, Cocoa, Cattle - Santo data, 1984-1985
Box 3 Folder 19
Housing construction - Longana, 1985
Box 3 Folder 20
Port Olry journal, 1985
Box 3 Folder 21
Longana census data, 1982
Box 3 Folder 22
Longana census, 1983-1985
Box 3 Folder 23
Lolowai - VFDP file on Jackers, 1981-1984
Box 3 Folder 24
International Monetary Fund - "Recent Economic Developments - Vanuatu 1985," from Robin Broadway, 1985
Box 3 Folder 25
Longana fish data, 1985-1986
Box 3 Folder 26
National Planning and Statistics Office - Santo, 1985
Box 3 Folder 27
Vanuatu Fisheries Development reports, 1981-1984
Box 3 Folder 28
Nutrition, 1979-1983
Box 3 Folder 29
ORSTOM - Fish identification drawings and forms, Port Olry data, 1985
Box 3 Folder 30
ORSTOM - Agri census and productive activity (Gilbert David), undated
Box 3 Folder 31
Port Olry - Fisheries Department file, 1984
Box 3 Folder 32
Port Olry housing inventory, 1985
Box 3 Folder 33
Republic of Vanuatu - Village Fisheries Development Programme, 1983-1986
Box 3 Folder 34
Hile Hile vs. a Co-op in Longana, Ambae, Vanuatu, undated
Box 3 Folder 35
CUSO Eval. Design, 1986 September
Box 3 Folder 36
CUSO packet, 1986
Box 3 Folder 37
Fish grant, 1985
Box 3 Folder 38
Residential census data, 1982-1983
Box 3 Folder 39
Residence - Field queries, 1985
Box 3 Folder 40
CUSO correspondence, 1988
Box 3 Folder 41
Jackers Fishing Association and Waileni store data, 1985
Box 3 Folder 42
Notebook, 1985
Box 3 Folder 43
Photographs and negatives, undated

NEW HEBRIDES BRITISH SERVICE RESEARCH MATERIAL

Scope and Content of Series

Series 2) NEW HEBRIDES BRITISH SERVICE RESEARCH MATERIAL: Photocopies of selected primary resources from 1907-1985, including administrative, housing, and municipal documents from the Western Pacific Archives (WPA). Critchlow visited the WPA in 1994-1995 to examine records of the New Hebrides British Service. The documents provide contextual information on colonial administration in Vanuatu. Much of this material was used in the writing of Critchlow's Houses Far from Home: British Colonial Space in the New Hebrides. Most of the documents are in English, although some are in French.

The first part of the research materials, in purple folders, is arranged in original chronological order. The second part of the research materials is in grey folders and includes an index to alphabetized subject files.

Box 4
Research materials - Purple files
Box 5
Research materials - Purple files
Box 6
Research materials - Purple files
Box 7
Research materials - Grey files

INTERVIEWS - AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 3) INTERVIEWS - AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS: Most of this material, the bulk of which consists of interviews from 1994 and 1995, supported the writing of Critchlow's book Houses Far from Home: British Colonial Space in the New Hebrides. Transcripts are available in Series 1) for recordings whose cassette cases had a sticker dot applied (by Critchlow). Unless otherwise noted, the media format is audiocassette.

Recordings are arranged by format and topic in five subseries: A) VHS and 8mm Videocassette, B) 1994 England and France Interviews, C) 1995 England Interviews, D) Keith Woodward Commentary, and E) Miscellaneous.

VHS and 8mm Videocassette

Box 8 Folder 1
Colonial housing, Tape 1 - Woodward, Dale, Stober, Leaf, Leaney, Yaxley, Howe, House, Gutch (VHS), 1994

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Box 8 Folder 2
Colonial housing, Tape 2 - Gutch (continued), Page, Mitchell, Garvey, Baker, Wilkie, Stamford (VHS), 1994

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Colonial housing, Tape 3 - Champion, Salt, Bennet, Francis, DuBoulay (VHS), 1994

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Box 8 Folder 4
Colonial housing, Tape 4 - Corlette-Theuil, Bonnemaison (VHS), 1994

Nabanga complete set.

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Box 8 Folder 5
Bristow, Sharrock, Malo (VHS), 1995 April 23

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Box 8 Folder 6
Colonial housing, Tape 1 (8mm), 1994

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Box 8 Folder 7
Colonial housing, Tape 2 (8mm), 1994

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Box 8 Folder 8
Colonial housing, Tape 3, plus Langridge (8mm), 1994 August 6

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Box 8 Folder 9
Colonial housing, Tape 4 (8mm), 1994

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Box 8 Folder 10
Bristow, Sharrock, Malo (8mm), 1995 April 23

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1994 England and France Interviews

Box 9 Folder 1
Tape 1 Will Stober and Keith Woodward, 1994 July 17

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Tape 2 Woodward, 1994 July 17

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Tape 3 Woodward, 1994 July 17

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Tape 4 Woodward; Dale, 1994 July 18

Note: Ignore South African radio show at end of tape.

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Tape 5 Dale; J. Stober; Leaf; W. Stober, 1994 July 18

Seems to have been taped first on B side, then A. Begins well into side B (re. conditions of service, staff, etc.)

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Tape 6 J. Stober; Rosemary Leaf, 1994 July 18

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Tape 7 Leaney, 1994 July 19

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Tape 8 Leaney; W. Stober, 1994 July 19

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Tape 9 Will Stober (in car from Wales to Birmingham); Yaxley, 1994 July 21

Note: Long leader on second side.

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Tape 10 Yaxley, 1994 July 21

Note: Turn tape over as soon as side 1 ends, long leader on side 2.

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Box 9 Folder 11
Tape 11 Yaxley; Howe, 1994 July 21

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Tape 12 Howe; MacClancy, 1994 July 21

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Box 9 Folder 13
Tape 13 MacClancy; WPHC Archive, 1994 July 21

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Tape 14 Howe; Townsend, 1994 July 21

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Box 9 Folder 15
Tape 15 Townsend; House, 1994 July 23

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Tape 16 House, 1994 July 23

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Tape 17 Gutch, 1994 July 23

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Tape 18 Mitchell; WPHC Archive, 1994 July 24

Note: "WPHC - long leader. Seems to be part 2 of my dictated notes. Approximately 1 minute. (Skip stuff in car regarding housing co-ops). 1955-57? Secy - all refers to Mike Townsend. Conversation in car regarding Tonkinese. House (brief and insignif.) CLD beg. transcript here: background for Mitchell."

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Tape 19 Page; Mitchell, 1994 July 24

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Tape 20 Mitchell, 1994 July 24

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Tape 21 Garvey; Baker, 1994 July 25

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Tape 22 Baker, 1994 July 26

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Tape 23 Wilkie, 1994 July 26

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Tape 24 Stamford, 1994 July 27

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Tape 25 Champion, 1994 July 28

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Tape 26 Addison, 1994 July 28

Not transcribed.

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Tape 27 Addison

Not transcribed.

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Tape 28 Leaf; Leaney, 1994 July 19

Partial duplicate. Rosemary Leaf (July 19) cont'd. Follows tape 6. John Leaney (July 20), Newport, Pembrokeshire. Follows tape 7.

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Box 9 Folder 29
Tape 29 Dale, 1994 July 18

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Tape 30 Dale; J. Stober, 1994 July 18

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Tape 31 Mitchell, 1994 July 24

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Tape 32 Yaxley, 1994 July 21

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Tape 33 Yaxley, 1994 July 21

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Tape 34 Champion, 1994 July 28

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Tape 35 Baker, 1994 July 26

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Tape 36 Wilkie, 1994 July 26

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Tape 37 Baker/Wilkie, 1994 July 26

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Tape 38 Salt, 1994 August 2

WES notes on contacts.

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Tape 39 Salt/Bennet, 1994 August 2

Orig. duplicated onto 38 and 40.

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Tape 40 Bennett, 1994 August 2

Not transcribed. Martin and Morac Bennet. Tape 2, one side only.

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Tape 41 Bill and Mary Francis, 1994 August 6

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Tape 42 Sir Roger DuBoulay, 1994 August 6

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Tape 43 DuBoulay/Corlette-Theuil, 1994 August 6

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Tape 44 Corlette-Theuil, 1994 August 10

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Tape 45 Ronald Corlette-Theuil/Turner, 1994 August 10

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Box 9 Folder 46
Hayward, Vicky, 1994 October

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1995 England Interviews

Box 10 Folder 1
Alys Stober/Will Stober on Frater/Keith Woodward on security in Vila, 1995

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Wes ("Sandy") and Leslie Macfarlane, 1995 March 12

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Michael and Sheila Leach, interviewed by Will Stober, 1995 May 18

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Michael and Sheila Leach, interviewed by Will Stober, 1995 May 18

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Freddie Fowler, 1995 May 1

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Gill and Terry Howe, Volunteers in N.H., 1995

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Bill and Mary Francis, 1995

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Bob Makin, 1995

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Sonja Zentner, interviewed by Will Stober, 1994

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Box 10 Folder 10
Rick Graham. Iririki/Jimmy Meazeadola, undated

Graham was the owner of Iririki Resort. Meanzeadola grew up on Iririki.

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32 Fleming, 1995 April 20

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33 Honey, 1995 April 22

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34 Honey, 1995 April 22

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35 Bristow, 1995 April 23

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36 Bristow, 1995 April 23

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37 Sharrock, 1995 April 28

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38 Hackford, 1995 April 29

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39 Hackford, 1995 April 29

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40 Honey Turner, 1995 April 30

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41 Johnson Turner, 1995 April 30

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42 Johnson Turner, 1995 April 30

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43 Leaf, 1995 May 6

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44 Bent, 1995 May 6

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45 Bent, 1995 May 6

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46 Marston, 1995 May 7

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47 Stuart, 1995 May 7

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48 Malo, 1995 May 8

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Keith Woodward Commentary

Box 11 Folder 1
Tape 1 - Order of the Nandi Bear, 1976

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Tape 2 - Order of the Nandi Bear, 1976

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Woodward on housing in Vanuatu, 1993 December 5

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Tape 1 - Woodward's contribution to Houses far from Home, 1995

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Tape 2 - Woodward's contribution to Houses far from Home, 1995

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Tape 3 - Woodward's contribution to Houses far from Home, 1995

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Woodward on 1995 interviews: Bent, Boulay, Malo and prison paper

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Woodward on 1995 interviews: Bristow, Wood, on housing volunteers, Australian informants

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Woodward on 1995 interviews: Leaf, Stuart, Marston and Bent

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Woodward on: Makin, Howe and scouts

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Woodward on: 1967 Swiss cottage break in; John Stephens; Basil St. Clair Neven-Spence

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Woodward on: Hayward, Weaver, Wallington

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Woodward on: Leach, Zentner, Robinson, Rawcliffe, Weghtman, Todd

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Keith Woodward, 2000 April 12

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Keith Woodward, 2000 September 5

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Keith Woodward, 2000 September 5

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Keith Woodward, 2000 December

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Keith Woodward, 2001 February 21

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Keith Woodward, 2002 March 26

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Miscellaneous

Box 11 Folder 20
J. Guiart - Radio talk to French community in New Hebrides on eve of Independence, 1980 July

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HOUSEGIRL WORKSHOP - AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS

Scope and Content of Series

Series 4) HOUSEGIRL WORKSHOP - AUDIOVISUAL RECORDINGS. In 2001, Critchlow convened a multi-day workshop funded by the SHRCC, interviewing twenty-one Ni-Vanuatu women who were former domestic workers ("house-girls"). The women gave testimony of their time working under British, French, Chinese, and Vietnamese masters. Critchlow subsequently received a Rockefeller fellowship in 2002 to write about her findings. House-Girls Remember: Domestic Workers in Vanuatu was published in 2007.

Arranged in two subseries: A) 8mm Videocassettes, and B) Audiocassettes.

8mm Videocassettes

Box 12 Folder 1
Haosgel 1 - Opening, 2001 July 2

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Haosgel 2 - Jean T. Numaline-Tanna, 2001 July 1

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Haosgel 3 - Efate (Pango), 2001 July 2

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Haosgel 4 - Efate/Lonet and Leisara, 2001 July 3

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Haosgel 5 - Efate/Nguna, 2001 July 3

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Haosgel 6 - Tangoa, 2001 July 3

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Haosgel 7 - Nguna/Ambrym, 2001 July 3

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Haosgel 8 - Ambrym/Takarunga/Malekula, 2001 July 4

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Haosgel 9 - Malekula, 2001 July 4

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Haosgel 10 - Vila Night/Trip to Cultural Center/Malekula, 2001 July 4

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Haosgel 11 - Malekula, 2001 July 5

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Haosgel 12 - Malekula/Banks, 2001 July 5

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Haosgel 13 - Banks/Night shot/Pentecost, 2001 July 5-6

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Haosgel 14 - Pentecost/Leisara, 2001 July 6

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Haosgel 15 - Leisara, 2001 July 6

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Haosgel 16 - Lonnet/Closing, 2001 July 6

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Audiocassettes

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Tape 1, 2001 July 2

Day 1. Side A and B: Opening Seremoni.

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Tape 2, 2001 July 2

Day 1. Side A: Lissant Bolton, Jean Tarisese - Ambae. Side B: Jean Tarisese (continued).

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Tape 3, 2001 July 2

Day 1. Side A: Tanna - Numaline Mahana, Mailie Michael. Side B: Mailie Michael questions.

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Tape 4, 2001 July 2

Day 1. Side A: Tanna - Mailie Michael; Pango: Lena Kalmat, Eva Kaltapan, Edna Albert. Side B: Questions for Eva, Edna; Second pt Storian and questions Blong Olgeta.

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Tape 5, 2001 July 2-3

Day 1 and 2. Side A: Questions for Edna Albert, Lena Kalmet I Storian Bakagen. End Day 1. Side B: Lonette: N. Efate and questions.

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Tape 6, 2001 July 3

Day 2. Side A and B: Leisara Kalotiti and questions.

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Tape 7, 2001 July 3

Day 2. Side A and B: Leisaruru Tameuru (Nguna), Netty Joseph.

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Tape 8, 2001 July 3

Day 2. Side A: Sinlemas Kalo, Emae. Side B: Lewia Charlie and Lepokotek - Tongoa.

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Tape 9, 2001 July 3

Day 2: Side A and B: Lewia Charlie and Lepokotek.

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Tape 10, 2001 July 3-4

Day 2 and 3. Side A: Lewia Lepokotek (Nguna), Lucy Moses and Rachel (Ambrym). Side B: Lucy Moses and Rachel cont.

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Tape 11, 2001 July 4

Day 3: Side A and B: Lucy Moses and Rachel (Ambrym).

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Tape 12, 2001 July 4

Day 3: Side A and B: Jimmy Takaronga, George Wilbur, Oscar Newman; Tani Frezer (Malakula).

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Tape 13, 2001 July 4

Day 3: Side A and B: Tanni Frazer.

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Tape 14, 2001 July 4-5

Day 3 and 4: Side A: Tanni Frazer. Side B: Malakula: Tanni Frazer, Estelle, Robin.

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Tape 15, 2001 July 5

Day 4: Side A: Malakula: Robin Ken, Tanni Frazer. Side B: Tanni Frazer regarding Corlett (Malakula).

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Tape 16, 2001 July 5

Day 4: Side A: Tani Frazer (ends on side B). Side B: Banks: Kate, Ruth and Josilin. Do not use this side (B) on radio//Tabu blong putum I go long redio.

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Tape 17, 2001 July 5

Day 4: Side A and B: Banks cont.: Kate, Ruth and Joselin. Do not use on radio//Tabu blong putum long redio.

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Tape 18, 2001 July 5-6

Day 4 and 5: Side A: Banks: Kate, Ruth mo Josilin. Side B: Banks cont.; Day 5: Pentecost: Denison and Francoise.

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Tape 19, 2001 July 6

Day 5: Side A: Pentecost: Francoise and Denison. Side B: Denison.

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Tape 20, 2001 July 6

Day 5: Side A: Denison. Side B: Denison, Leisara regarding wk for Peter Taurikota.

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Tape 21, 2001 July 6

Day 5: Side A: Leisara regarding Peter Taurokoto cont. Side B: Lonet and general discussion.

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Tape 22, 2001 July 6

Day 5: Closing.

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Tape 23, 2001 July 6

Day 5: Side A: End of closing ceremony.

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