Pacific Matildas Bibliographic Database

India Dilkes-Hall (Artist), Emilie Dotte (Artist)

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Abstract

The PMDB is a legacy project created by Dr India Ella Dilkes-Hall for the ARC funded DECRA Project Pacific Matildas: finding the women in the history of Pacific archaeology awarded to Dr Emilie Dotte-Sarout. The PMDB assists in making the written outputs produced by women*, identified as Pacific Matildas (PM), visible and accessible by producing an online resource that creates a comprehensive overview of literature significant to their research or research they contributed to.

Hosted on Zotero, a fully accessible online public library sharing platform, the PMDB compiles around 2,000 references spanning three centuries (i.e. from Rose de Freycinet c. 1817 to Janet Davidson 2019) and has several valuable features for others interested in the history of Pacific Matildas in the development of archaeology as a discipline in the Pacific region.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Sep 2021

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