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Politics of indigeneity in the South Pacific: recent problems of identity on Oceania
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Pacific Utopias and National Identities in the Twenty-first Century Sina Va’ai, National University of Samoa about the South Pacific. According to Dunleavy, ‘this was the first time in recorded the conflicts emerging especially in regards to the issues of political and cultural identities, indigeneity and the Pacific Paradise. Identity in crossroad civilisations: ethnicity, nationalism and globalism in Asia / edited by Erich Kolig, Vivienne SM. Angeles and Sam Wong / Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, cop. ; Politics of indigeneity in the South Pacific: recent problems of identity in Oceania / Erich Kolig, Hermann Mückler, (eds.) / Münster: Lit, .
Miranda Johnson is a senior lecturer in Pacific world and Australasian history at the University of Sydney. She is the author of the award-winning The Land Is Our History: Indigeneity, Law and the Settler State (OUP, ) and coeditor of Pacific Futures: Past and Present (University of Hawaii Press, ). Her work appears in American Historical Review, Postcolonial Studies, and Public Culture. Oceania (UK: / ˌ oʊ s i ˈ ɑː n i ə, ˌ oʊ ʃ i-,-ˈ eɪ n-/, US: / ˌ oʊ ʃ i ˈ æ n i ə / (), /-ˈ ɑː n-/) is a geographic region that includes Australasia, Melanesia, Micronesia and Polynesia. Spanning the eastern and western hemispheres, Oceania has a land area of 8,, square kilometres (3,, sq mi) and a population of over 41 ed in the southeast of the.
This book traces the clash between Samoan and Western notions of government and law from the s to the s emphasizing the hitherto neglected interpretation of events from a Samoan perspective. Meleisea, Malama and Penelope Schoeffel Meleisea (eds.), Lagaga: A Short History of Western Samoa, Suva, Fiji: University of South Pacific, South Pacific museums: Experiments in culture. Chris Healy and Andrea Witcomb (eds), Monash University ePress, Melbourne, New Zealand and the South Pacific. In recent decades we have witnessed the extraordinary growth of innovative new museums, especially in this part of the world. This book argues that South Pacific museums are.
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Recent Problems of Identity in Oceania. Umschlagtext This book contributes to a field of growing interest in sociopolitical and anthropological circles: indigeneity as a form of selfrepresentation and resistance against existing forms of state dominance.
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Get this from a library. Politics of indigeneity in the South Pacific: recent problems of identity in Oceania. This book presents recent research on the cultural revival and the construction of indigeneity in the South Pacific.
Beginning with Kenneth Maddock's, "Revival, Renaissance, and the Meaning of Modern Constructions in Australia, " the book moves onto essays about Maori society, including discussions on Maori assertions of indigeneity, the post-colonial traumatic stress disorder.
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Quoted in Jacqueline Leckie, “Return to Nukulau,” in Eric Kolig and Herman Mückler, eds., Politics of Indigeneity in the South Pacific: Recent Problems of Identity in Oceania (Vienna: Vienna University, Institute for Cultural and Social Anthropology, ), Changes in the direction of gender equality, however, will inevitably take place over a long period of time in the Pacific as international awareness of gender issues is felt and acted upon, as Pacific women organise, police forces change, and a new consciousness has.
26See, e.g., Politics of Indigeneity in the South Pacific: Recent Problems of Identity in Oceania (Erich Kolig and Hermann Muckler eds., ).
27Sarivaara, supra note See The World Bank, Operational Manual: Operational Directive: Indigenous Peoples, OD 4. 20 (Sept. ); G.A.
Res. 61/, Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous. Erich Kolig, Hermann Mückler (eds.): Politics of Indigeneity in the South Pacific. Recent Problems of Identity in Oceania. Hamburg LIT-Verlag. Hermann Mückler: Back to the Chessboard: The Coup and the Re-Emergence of Pre-colonial Rivalries in Fiji.
In: Kolig/Mückler (eds.): Politics of Indigeneity in the South Pacific. Title: Culture and crisis in Maori society: The tradition and the displacement of self: Published in: Kolig, E.; Mückler, H. (ed.), Politics of indigeneity in the South Pacific: Recent problems of identity in Oceania, 47 - Title: Culture and crisis in Maori society: The tradition and the displacement of self: Author(s): Meijl, A.H.M.
van: Publication year:Author: A.H.M. van Meijl. Political ‘nomadism’ – floor-crossing and party-switching are familiar across the South Pacific – though less so in Samoa and Fiji. Politics at all levels, Al Wardi asserts, is a ‘theatre of persistent conflict’ – a point that also resonates well in western Melanesia – though perhaps much less so in the smaller island states of.
Cultural Rupture and Indigeneity: The Challenge of (Re)visioning "Place" in the Pacific I examine these and related issues through the lens of recent events in the Solomon Islands, including.
at ANU (–12) and taught at the University of the South Pacific in Fiji (–). He is Pacific correspondent for The Economist magazine. His research focuses on the politics of the Pacific Islands region, institutional design in divided societies, electoral systems, political economy and the economic history of Oceania.
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“An important contribution to decolonizing research methodologies.”—The Contemporary Pacific “Marking Indigeneity is a book that Oceania scholars can read for new leads and insights, and researchers of spatiotemporal arrangement for an indigenous model of a topic for which anthropology sometimes struggles to discover a language.”—suomen antropologiReviews: 6.
Head of School: Assoc. Professor Sandra Tarte Main Office Contact: (+) SGDIA programs explore how Pacific Island governments, economies and relations with the world affect the daily life of Pacific peoples, including their jobs and political voice as well as their freedoms, safety and cultural expression.
The aim of this article is to outline some of the key issues and themes discussed at the Institute of Policy Studies symposium in July on ‘Climate Change and Migration in the South Pacific.Politics of Indigeneity in the South Pacific: Recent Problems of Identity in Oceania by Erich Kolig (Editor); Hermann Muckler (Editor); Kolig; Muckler Call Number: GNPMissions, in the Pacific.
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