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  • Wesley-Smith, Terence (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2000)
  • Hurd, Jane N. (Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Islands Studies Program, University of Hawaii, 1978)
  • Thompson, Christina A (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1994)
  • Ballard, Chris (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1997)
  • Ballard, Chris (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1998)
  • Palomo, Tony (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa., 1991)
  • Connell, John (University of Hawai'i Press, 1991)
  • Pigliasco, Guido Carlo; Lipp, Thorolf (University of Hawai‘i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2011)
    More than two decades ago, Marshall Sahlins reminded us that Oceania’s Islands have a history. They also have a memory. Anthropologists and other social researchers often deal with the problem how to actively turn orally ...
  • Ogden, Michael R (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1999)
  • Connell, John; Lea, John P. (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa., 1998)
  • James, Kerry (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2003)
    Benguigui used the term “middle class” in a way that suggested it exerted significant social agency in contemporary Tonga (1989). My review of his analysis concludes that there is no coherent, durable middle class in Tonga ...
  • Bevacqua, Michael Lujan (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, 2009)
  • Yamashita, Shinji (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2000)
    This paper examines some sociocultural implications of Palauan tourism through the lens of Japanese tourists. In 1997, Palau had some seventy thousand international visitors, of whom more than twenty thousand were Japanese, ...
  • Ashton, Jennifer (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, 2009)
    In 1847, a taua muru, or hostile raiding expedition, was conducted by a group of Māori on land occupied by John Webster, a British settler and trader. The purpose of the raid was to reclaim goods the party believed had ...
  • Sukon, Chief (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2007)
    This story and the other oral traditions from the island of Uripiv that are featured in this issue of The Contemporary Pacific were recorded in the vernacular by Ross McKerras, transcribed by Numa Longga and Sanita ...
  • Bertelmann, Pelika (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, 2009)
  • McDougall, Brandy Nalani (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa., 2007)
  • Parker, Makanani (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, 2009)
  • Higgins, Katherine; Leleisi‘uao, Andy (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, 2009)
    This article critically considers the concept of Kamoan. Coined by visual artist Andy Leleisi‘uao to identify New Zealand–born Samoans, Kamoan is a hybridization of the terms Kiwi and Samoan. The authors discuss the issues ...
  • Richardson, David (Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Islands Studies Program, Centers for Asian and Pacific Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 1987)
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