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  2. Naomi McPherson, Alicia Sliwinski
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  1. The Converted War Canoe: Cannibal Raiders, Missionaries and Pax Britannica on Dobu Island, Papua New Guinea
  2. Susanne Kuehling
  3. pp. 269-284
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  1. A Cultural Mechanism to Sustain Peace: How the Asabano Made and Ended War
  2. Roger Ivar Lohmann
  3. pp. 285-300
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  1. Speaking the Language of Peace: Chamoru Resistance and Rhetoric in Guåhan’s Self-Determination Movement
  2. Tiara R. Na‘puti
  3. pp. 301-313
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  1. The Possibilities of Violence and the Skills to Avoid It: On Warfare and Its Absence in Traditional Micronesia
  2. Glenn Petersen
  3. pp. 315-326
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  1. The End of War in Papua New Guinea: “Crime” and “Tribal Warfare” in Post-Colonial States
  2. Paul Roscoe
  3. pp. 327-339
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  1. The Red Flag of Peace: Colonial Pacification, Cargo Cults and the End of War among the South Fore
  2. Tobias Schwoerer
  3. pp. 341-352
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  1. Merdeka in West Papua: Peace, Justice and Political Independence
  2. Camellia Webb-Gannon
  3. pp. 353-367
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  1. Dealing with Difficult Emotions: Anger at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada
  2. Anne-Marie Reynaud
  3. pp. 369-382
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  1. Enduring Pasts and Denied Presence: Mi’kmaw Challenges to Continued Marginalization in Western Newfoundland
  2. Angela Robinson
  3. pp. 383-397
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  1. Contemporary Transformations of Indigenous Medicine and Ethnic Identity
  2. Hugo De Burgos
  3. pp. 399-413
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  1. Aging and Narratives of Loss: A History of Social Suffering
  2. Sam Migliore, Margaret Dorazio-Migliore
  3. pp. 415-422
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  1. Next Stop, Cold Lake: Patterns of Mobility, Military Brats and Oil-Patch Kids
  2. Gabriel Asselin
  3. pp. 423-434
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  1. Toward an Ethnography of Mobile Tourism Industry Workers in Banff National Park
  2. Angèle Smith, Jeremy Staveley
  3. pp. 435-447
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  1. From French Polynesia to France: The Legacy of fa’a’amu Traditional Adoption in “International” Adoption
  2. Isabelle Leblic
  3. pp. 449-462
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  1. Infertility, Adoption and Metaphorical Pregnancies
  2. Stacy Lockerbie
  3. pp. 463-471
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  1. Hear Me Looking at You, written and performed by Dara Culhane (review)
  2. Brian Batchelor
  3. pp. 473-475
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  1. El Sito del Plomo (The Site of Lead): Social Poisoning in El Salvador by Hugo De Burgos (review)
  2. Sam Migliore
  3. p. 477
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  1. Commissions as Narratives: A Review Essay
  2. Gerald P. McKinley
  3. pp. 479-480
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  1. Devenir mormon. La fabrication communautaire de l’individu by Sophie-Hélène Trigeaud (review)
  2. Guillaume Boucher
  3. pp. 481-482
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  1. Médecine traditionnelle à Madagascar : Les mots-plantes by Gabriel Lefèvre (review)
  2. Mylène Mongeon, Julie Laplante
  3. pp. 482-484
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  1. Disparition et témoignage. Réinventer la résistance dans l’Argentine des « Mères de la Place de Mai » by Alice Verstraeten (review)
  2. Joannie Jean
  3. pp. 484-485
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  1. L’adoption coutumière autochtone et les défis du pluralisme juridique dir. by Otis Ghislain (review)
  2. Florence Dupré
  3. pp. 486-487
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  1. Les Autochtones et le Québec. Des premiers contacts au Plan Nord by Alain Beaulieu, Stéphan Gervais et Martin Papillon (review)
  2. Brieg Capitaine
  3. pp. 487-489
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  1. Sadyaq Balae ! L’autochtonie formosane dans tous ses états by Scott Simon (review)
  2. Jean Michaud
  3. pp. 489-490
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  1. Investigating the Causes of Peace to End War: An Introduction
  2. Roger Ivar Lohmann
  3. pp. 255-260
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  1. Introduction: Interroger les causes de la paix pour mettre fin à la guerre
  2. Roger Ivar Lohmann
  3. pp. 261-267
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