The Pacific Islands, v
About the Artist: Andy Leleisi‘uao, vii
‘I Hē Koe? Placing Rapa Nui
Forrest Wade Young, 1
Abstract: In August 2010, conflict between indigenous Rapa Nui people and the Chilean state in “Easter Island” escalated as Rapa Nui occupied institutions and lands claimed by the Chilean state. Continue reading “The Contemporary Pacific, vol. 24, no. 1 (2012)”
Index to vols. 1-10 (1989-1998)
compiled by Linley Chapman and Heather Stanton
Back issues of The Contemporary Pacific are now available online in the University of Hawai‘i Library’s ScholarSpace digital repository. Titles in the index below are linked to their article “handles” (URLs) in ScholarSpace.
Entries are arranged in a single alphabetical list, with items indexed by volume and inclusive page numbers (1:43-74). Names of AUTHORS are in capital letters. Titles of articles are reproduced as they appeared, followed by the last name of the author in parentheses. Alphabetization ignores initial articles, conjunctions, and prepositions. Each article is listed by title, last name of (first) author, approximately five subject categories, and appropriate place names. Where articles had more than one author, secondary authors are listed by last name only, with cross-references to the primary author. Dialogue and Resources items are indexed as articles. Political Reviews are listed under the name of the political entity and the last name of the author. Titles of books are in italics. Place names (mostly of political units or regions) are in boldface type. Books reviewed are listed only by last name of (first) author, with the last name of the reviewer in parentheses following the book title, and cross references from the reviewer.
Continue reading “The Contemporary Pacific, vols. 1-10 (1989-1998): Online Index”
22. The Other Side: Ways of Being and Place in Vanuatu, by John Patrick Taylor (2008)
21. Songs from the Second Float: A Musical Ethnography of Takū Atoll, Papua New Guinea, by Richard Moyle (2007)
20. Imagining the Other: The Representation of the Papua New Guinean Subject, by Regis Tove Stella (2006)
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