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  1. Decolonizing Pacific Studies: Indigenous Perspectives, Knowledge, and Wisdom in Higher Education
  2. Konai Helu Thaman
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  1. Beyond the "English Method of Tattooing": Decentering the Practice of History in Oceania
  2. David L. Hanlon
  3. pp. 19-40
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  1. Between Knowledges: Pacific Studies and Academic Disciplines
  2. Edvard Hviding
  3. pp. 43-73
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  1. Interdisciplinary Approaches in Pacific Studies: Understanding the Fiji Coup of 19 May 2000
  2. Vilsoni Hereniko
  3. pp. 75-90
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  1. Honoring the Past and Creating the Future in Hyperspace: New Technologies and Cultural Specificity
  2. Marsha Kinder
  3. pp. 93-115
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  1. Net Gains? Pacific Studies in Cyberspace
  2. Terence Wesley-Smith
  3. pp. 117-136
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  1. Future Directions for Pacific Studies
  2. Stewart Firth
  3. pp. 139-148
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  1. Guam
  2. Anne Perez Hattori
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  1. Northern Mariana Islands
  2. Samuel F. McPhetres
  3. pp. 162-166
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  1. Palau
  2. Donald R. Shuster
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  1. Cook Islands
  2. Jon Jonassen
  3. pp. 174-179
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  1. Hawaiian Issues
  2. Tracie Ku'uipo Cummings
  3. pp. 179-183
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  1. Maori Issues
  2. Margaret Mutu
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  1. Tonga
  2. Kerry James
  3. pp. 187-192
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  1. Wallis and Futuna
  2. Frédéric Angleviel
  3. pp. 192-195
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  1. Remembrance of Pacific Pasts: An Invitation to Remake History (review)
  2. Gina Balawanilotu, Anurag Subramani, Robert Nicole
  3. pp. 198-203
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  1. Government by the Gun: The Unfinished Business of Fiji's 2000 Coup (review)
  2. R. M. Alley
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  1. Perilous Memories: The Asia-Pacific War(s) (review)
  2. Lin Poyer
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  1. Fighting the Enemy: Australian Soldiers and Their Adversaries in World War II (review)
  2. Hugh Laracy
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  1. In Colonial New Guinea: Anthropological Perspectives (review)
  2. Frederick Karl Errington
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  1. Ethnographic Artifacts: Challenges to a Reflexive Anthropology (review)
  2. Claudia Gross
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  1. Dancing Through Time: A Sepik Cosmology (review)
  2. Joel Robbins
  3. pp. 215-216
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  1. Stories from the Marshall Islands: Bwebwenato Jan Aelon Kein (review)
  2. Michael A. Rynkiewich
  3. pp. 216-219
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  1. Reimagining the American Pacific: From South Pacific to Bamboo Ridge and Beyond (review)
  2. Susan M. Schultz
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  1. A Remarkable Journey (review)
  2. Regis N. Stella
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  1. Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey through Indenture in Fiji (review)
  2. Sudesh Mishra
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  1. Dauka Puran (review)
  2. Brij V. Lal
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  1. Faces of the Spirits: The Sulka People of Papua New Guinea (review)
  2. Naomi M. McPherson
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  1. Ke Kulana He Mahu: Remembering a Sense of Place (review)
  2. Ty P. Kāwika Tengan
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  1. About the Artist
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  1. Editor's Note
  2. Vilsoni Hereniko
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  1. Contributors
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