When and Where
Listed below are alphabetically ordered keywords. These keywords are deducted from descriptions and captions of photographs in the PJU-collection, they include nouns that flag certain tropes in anthropological- and explorer narratives as well as ethnic classifications. The spelling used is the dominant one within the collection, but might not be the international standard.
Quite a number of these keywords are problematically reductive notions. They are, nevertheless, used in order to address their problematic status, rather than to reproduce it. Unfortunately the latter is not fully avoidable.
N.B. This way of accessing the reframed archive was set up September 2021 and is, as this research project as a whole, a work in progress.
Listed below are the names of individuals who appear in, or are connected to particular Breathing Photographs. These names are chronologically ordered, following the years, and when possible more precise dates in which the encounter that lead to their appearance in the collection took place.
N.B. This way of accessing the reframed archive was started September 2021 and is, as this research project as a whole, a work in progress.
1932 (Liberia) - Queen Suakoko
1932 (Liberia) - King Kwei Dokie of Sanniquellie
1934 (Sierra Leone) - PC Moriba Kargobai of Selenga Chiefdom
1934 (Sierra Leone) - PC Jacob Nallie of Niawa Lenga Chiefdom
1936 (Cameroon) - Akoumbeng
1959 (Cameroon) - Chief André Bangda of Dimako
1962 (Nigeria) - Primary School headmaster Adamu Maicibi