The idea that the world could be divided into distinct cultures, and that every culture belonged to a particular people, has its roots in late 18th-century Europe.
The bane of cultural appropriation
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I’m not sure this would apply in Australia, where Aboriginal cultures are custodial, and any exchange involves elaborate permissions. Maybe this has been supported by the influence of German romanticism, but its origins seem indigenous.

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