Anders Björklund

Former professor of ethnology and director of the Museum of Ethnography, Stockholm. Research focus on museum practices and the acquisition, preservation and repatriation of material culture.

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Articles by Anders Björklund

  1. The case of Chief G’psgolox’s totem pole “Rescuing”, keeping, and returning

    In the year 1872, Chief G’psgolox from the Kitlope Eagle clan of the Xenaaksiala/Haisla people (in Kitlope Valley, British Columbia, Canada) decided to have a totem pole carved and erected. In 1928 the pole was cut down on behalf of a Swedish consul to be shipped to Stockholm the following year.

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