Frédérique Valentin is a researcher in Oceanic archaeology at CNRS (UMR 7041, MSH Mondes, Nanterre, France). She specialises in funerary archaeology and biological anthropology. Her work focuses on the human populations and societies of the Pacific. She has worked in many archipelagos of Oceania such as Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Tonga and Samoa.
ed. Frédérique Valentin
This volume reflects the tremendous progress made in Pacific island archaeology in the last 60 years which has considerably advanced our knowledge of early Pacific island societies, the rise of traditional cultural systems, and their later historical developments from European contact onwards. READ MORE
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