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ILLUSTRATIONS 1. Maui women at an all-day cooking event for a church camp 15 2. The story of Maui: a deified ancestor 17 3. Relations of exchange 36 4. Performers of tauhi vā 41 5. Symmetry, beauty, and emotions 43 6. Form, content, medium, and function 44 7. Kupesi: harmonious social patterns 46 8. Disharmonious social patterns 47 9. A Tongan wedding in Lahaina, Maui 49 10. Fekumi: a communal approach to research 51 11. Hanging out with the cooks 58 12. Tongan lalava, decorative binding lashing 64 13. Talatupu‘a: Tongan cosmogony 67 14. Hawaiian triangular torso petroglyph figures in Hawai‘i 73 15. Hawaiian-style triangular torso figure in Tonga 73 16. Tonga-Hawai‘i: circular migration 77 17. Tēvita Māhina, a Tongan wood carver in Maui 82 18. Fo‘ou and Mani Lavaka, carvers for the Lavaka family 86 19. Tiki stand for the Lavaka family 86 20. Talking to Tēvita Māhina, a Maui Tongan carver 87 21. Kahokaho yams 88 22. Cooked kahokaho yams 88 23. Elizabeth Rago-Ka‘ili donning a funeral ta‘ovala 101 ...

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ISBN
9780816537525
Related ISBN
9780816530564
MARC Record
OCLC
1001352219
Pages
200
Launched on MUSE
2017-08-23
Language
English
Open Access
No
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