Single manuscripts, typescripts and other materials donated to the Tuzin Archive of Melanesian Anthropology since 1982. It
includes many conference papers and other unpublished reports, most concerning anthropological topics. The geographic scope
of the collection includes Papua New Guinea, Irian Jaya, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, and Fiji.
The Melanesian Archive was started in 1982 by Donald Tuzin and Fitz John Poole, both faculty members of the Department of
Anthropology at UCSD. The Archive is dedicated to the collection, preservation, dissemination, and repatriation of unpublished
materials on all aspects of Melanesian society, culture, linguistics, and history.
8.8 Linear feet
(22 archives boxes)
Publication rights are held by the creators of the manuscripts.
Some restrictions apply. Please see individual titles.