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  • Weaver, Sean (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1997)
    The debate concerning the customary use of indigenous wildlife has recently brought conservation into the arena of race relations and cross-cultural negotiation in New Zealand. Mâori people are reclaiming rights to harvest ...
  • Halvaksz, Jamon (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2006)
    The history of Wau township in Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea, is intimately linked with the development of gold mining throughout the region. The site of a series of gold rushes in the 1920s, Wau emerged as an early ...
  • Macnaught, Timothy J. (Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Islands Studies Program, University of Hawaii, 1978)
  • Hurd, Jane N.; Kodama, Michiko (Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Islands Studies Program, University of Hawaii, 1978)
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    Wieting, Julia (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Pacific and Asian Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, 2009)
  • Kombako, B. David (Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, School of Hawaiian, Asian, and Pacific Studies, University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa., 2007)
  • Regenvanu,Ralph; Wyatt, Stephen W; Tacconi, Luca (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1997)
    We look at how Vanuatu’s forests have been used or “managed” over time. Traditional lore concerning resource use continues to meaningfully affect contemporary patterns of forest use, including the most dramatic use to date, ...
  • Wiswell, Ella (Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Islands Program, University of Hawaii, 1974)
  • Scaglion, Richard (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1996)
    There has been a resurgent interest in traditional "chiefs" in eastern Melanesia, both as symbols of identity and power, and as agents for the facilitation and legitimization of postcolonial reform. However Papua New Guinea ...
  • Lal, Brij V (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1993)
    Fiji went to the polls in late May 1992, five years after the coups of 1987, and two years after the promulgation of a new constitution that entrenches indigenous Fijian supremacy in the political process. The elections ...
  • Godley, Michael R. (Honolulu, Hawaii: Pacific Islands Studies Program, University of Hawaii, 1979)
  • Teaiwa, Katerina Martina (University of Hawai‘i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2012)
    This article discusses Banaban choreography as an expression of historical and postcolonial identities and, more specifically, relations between Banabans and I-Kiribati in terms of what I understand as the Banaban production ...
  • Douglas, Bronwen (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2002)
    This paper seeks to unpack the ambiguous intersections of gender, Christianity, and kastom, together with place, island, and nation in a modern Melanesian state. It does so through a series of verbal “snapshots,” mostly ...
  • Fountain, Philip M; Kindon, Sara L; Murray, Warwick E (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2004)
    This paper considers the links between religion and disaster relief through a detailed case study of the activities of Christian churches following the Aitape tsunami of 1998 in northwest Papua New Guinea. Based on primary ...
  • Macpherson, Cluny; Macpherson, La‘avasa (University of Hawai‘i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2011)
    Christian churches have assumed a central role in the social, economic, and political life of Sāmoa. Samoans are intensely committed to religion and express this commitment in participation in, and support for, the work ...
  • Connell, John; Lea, John (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1994)
    Melanesian urbanization is primarily postcolonial, occurring after colonial restrictions on migration and city growth. Recency, impermanence, discontinuity, and differences between places and cultures characterize city ...
  • Hereniko, Vilsoni (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1994)
    Improvised or rehearsed clowning, in ritual and secular contexts, is an important avenue for the criticism of the power structure and those who ignore the norms of society in Polynesia. The humorous nature of criticism as ...
  • Cole, Rodney (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 1995)
  • Firth, Stewart (University of Hawai'i Press / Center for Pacific Islands Studies, 2005)
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