Table of Contents


1- Ladan Niayesh

Part 1: “Explorers and Conquerors”

2- Anna Agnarsdóttir (University of Iceland), “James Cook and Joseph Banks on ‘the Endeavour’: From exploration to imperialism”

3- Pierre-François Peirano (Université de Toulon), “James Cook and the search for the ‘Northwest Passage’: the stakes and the scope of the third voyage”

4- Dane A. Morrison (Salem State University), “Performing Cook: Early American explorers’ appropriation of James Cook’s voyages”

Part 2: “Transmissions and Translations”

5- Jean-Stéphane Massiani (Aix-Marseille Université), “What Cook saw and what Hawkesworth wrote. Alterations and authorship in the publication of Cook’s Endeavour journal”

6 -Odile Gannier (Université Côte d'Azur), “The style of sailors : Cook’s journals as log-books”

7- Erik Stout (University of Montreal), “The voyages of Cook and Bougainville, through the eyes of their fellow travelers”

8- Antoine Eche (Mount Royal University, Calgary), “Jean-Nicolas Démeunier and his translation of Cook’s A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean”

Part 3: “Artistic representations and heritage”

9- John Mullen (Université de Rouen), “Recent museum exhibitions and authorized heritage discourses about James Cook: “Shared History” and “The Performance of Privilege”

10- John McAleer (University of Southampton), “’The universal topics of all companies’: Exhibiting exploration and the voyages of James Cook

11- Vanessa Alayrac-Fielding (Université de Lille), “From William Hodges’s View of Matavai Bay (1776) to Simon Gende’s Captn Cook in Australia (2018): the aesthetic of Pacific exploration and encounter in the 18th century and beyond”

Part 4: “James Cook Revisited”

12- Sandhya Patel (Université Clermont Auvergne), “The biographical afterlives of James Cook”

13- Ben Ferguson (Université de Versailles Saint Quentin), “Kaleidoscopic Cook: shifting legacies explored in Barry Lopez’ Horizon”