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This issue contains 35 articles in total

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  1. Contributors
  2. About the Artist
  3. Gauguin's Zombie (review)
  4. Wasawasa (review)
  5. Kau Faito'o: Traditional Healers of Tonga (review)
  6. Skull Art in Papua New Guinea (review)
  7. The Book of the Black Star (review)
  8. Diaspora and the Difficult Art of Dying (review)
  9. Sista Tongue (review)
  10. Melal: A Novel of the Pacific (review)
  11. The West New Guinea Debacle: Dutch Colonisation and Indonesia 1945-1962 (review)
  12. In-House in Papua New Guinea with Anthony Siaguru (review)
  13. Harvesting Development: The Construction of Fresh Food Markets in Papua New Guinea (review)
  14. Cargo Cult as Theater: Political Performance in the Pacific (review)
  15. Seksek 'e Hatana/ Strolling on Hatana: Traditions of Rotuma and its Dependencies, with Excerpts from an Archaeologist's Field Notebook, and: Kato'aga: Rotuman Ceremonies (review)
  16. Akekeia! Traditional Dance in Kiribati (review)
  17. Unfolding the Moon: Enacting Women's Kastom in Vanuatu (review)
  18. Hawai'i Nei: Island Plays (review)
  19. Dismembering Lahui: A History of the Hawaiian Nation to 1887 (review)
  20. Materializing the Nation: Commodities, Consumption, and Media in Papua New Guinea (review)
  21. Pacific Diaspora: Island Peoples in the United States and Across the Pacific, and: Constructing Moral Communities: Pacific Islander Strategies for Settling in New Places (review)
  22. Wallis and Futuna
  23. Samoa
  24. Maori Issues
  25. Hawaiian Issues
  26. Cook Islands
  27. Palau
  28. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
  29. Marshall Islands
  30. Guam
  31. Have We Been Thinking Upside-Down?: The Contemporary Emergence of Pacific Theoretical Thought
  32. Tropical Fevers: "Madness" and Colonialism in Pacific Literature
  33. Contested Visions of History in Aotearoa New Zealand Literature: Witi Ihimaera's The Matriarch
  34. Whakapapa as a Maori Mental Construct: Some Implications for the Debate over Genetic Modification of Organisms
  35. Images
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