The Contemporary Pacific, vols. 1-10 (1989-1998): Online Index

Index to vols. 1-10 (1989-1998)
compiled by Linley Chapman and Heather Stanton

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Entries are arranged in a single alphabetical list, with items indexed by volume and inclusive page numbers (1:43-74). Names of AUTHORS are in capital letters. Titles of articles are reproduced as they appeared, followed by the last name of the author in parentheses. Alphabetization ignores initial articles, conjunctions, and prepositions. Each article is listed by title, last name of (first) author, approximately five subject categories, and appropriate place names. Where articles had more than one author, secondary authors are listed by last name only, with cross-references to the primary author. Dialogue and Resources items are indexed as articles. Political Reviews are listed under the name of the political entity and the last name of the author. Titles of books are in italics. Place names (mostly of political units or regions) are in boldface type. Books reviewed are listed only by last name of (first) author, with the last name of the reviewer in parentheses following the book title, and cross references from the reviewer.

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A

The 1987 Military Coups in Fiji: Regional Implications (Alley), 2:37-58

The 1990 Election in Tonga (Hills), 3:357-378

Academic Freedom: The Third World Context (Caston), 4:1-47

Active Agents versus Passive Victims: Decolonized Historiography or Problematic Paradigm? (Chappell), 7:303-326

ADAMS, RON: Political review of Vanuatu in 1990, 3:418-421

agriculture, 2:233-253; 5:215-242. See also land issues

agrodeforestation, 9:121-148

agroforestry: incremental, 9:121-148

AHLBURG, DENNIS: Remittances and Their Impact: A Study of Tonga and Western Samoa (Franco), 6:248-251

AHLBURG, DENNIS, AND MICHAEL J LEVIN: The Northeast Passage: A Study of Pacific Islander Migration to American Samoa and the United States (Franco), 6:248-251

aid: and small island states, 10:65-105

AIKMAN, COLIN. See Ghai

AKIN, DAVID. See White and others

AKRAM-LODHI, A HAROON: Structural Adjustment in Fiji under the Interim Government, 1987-1992, 8:259-290

ALCALAY, GLENN. See Smith, Gary

ALDRICH, ROBERT: The French Presence in the South Pacific, 1842-1940 (Newbury), 3:461-462; France, Oceania and Australia: Past and Present (Ward), 5:469-472; France and the South Pacific since 1940 (Waddell), 7:382-384. See also Fraser

ali‘i, 8:81-125

Across All Micronesia: Records of the US Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (Peacock), 1:167-172

ALLEY, RODERIC: The 1987 Military Coups in Fiji: Regional Implications, 2:37-58; political review of Fiji in 1988, 1:150-152. See also South Pacific Policy Review Group

ALPERS, MICHAEL P. See Attenborough and Alpers

Alternative Prehistories for Bougainville: Regional, National, or Micronational (Spriggs), 4:269-298

AMBROSE, DAVID: Political review of Vanuatu in 1995, 8:437-442; in 1996, 9:497-505

American Samoa, 1:75-96; 4:137-160, 6:248-251

American Samoa: political reviews (Legalley): in 1988-89, 2:162-163; in 1989-90, 3:191-192; in 1990-91, 4:191-192; in 1991-92, 5:150-152; in 1992-93, 6:177-179

American Samoa or Eastern Samoa? The Potential for American Samoa to Become Freely Associated with the United States (Michal), 4:137-160

ANDERSON, ATHOLL. See Kirch

ANZUS Agreement, 1:97-132; 3:59-84

AOKI, DIANE. See Wendt

Aotearoa: and first contact, 6:111-145; and urban Maori, 6:311-336; and art 7:1-19. See also New Zealand; Maori issues

archaeology, 3:380-392; of Hawai‘i, 6:212-224

architecture: in Papua New Guinea, 3:289-324; 5:243-274. See also art

archives of Trust Territory, 1:167-172

arms control, 3:59-84

ARNO, ANDREW. See Brison; Herbert

ARRÉGHINI, LOUIS, AND PHILIPPE WANIEZ: La Nouvelle-Calédonie au tournant des années 1990: Un état des lieux (Waddell), 8:470-473

art: Polynesian, 7:1-19; 8:291-317; 8:319-348; in Papua New Guinea, 5:243-274; and tourism, 6:59-86

The Asaro Mudmen: Local Property, Public Culture? (Otto and Verloop), 8:349-386

ATTENBOROUGH, RICHARD D, AND MICHAEL P ALPERS, editors: Human Biology in Papua New Guinea: The Small Cosmos (MacIntyre), 8:473-474

Australia: and Fiji coups, 2:37-58; and first contact, 6:111-145; and indigenous issues, 3:380-392; and nuclear issues, 3:59-84; and Pacific image-making, 9:305-344; revisionism of history, 10:31-64

Austronesian languages, 8:1-31

autonomy, 10:391-410

AVALOS, BEATRICE. See Gannicott and Avalos

AXLINE, ANDREW, editor: The Political Economy of Regional Cooperation: Comparative Case Studies (Herr), 8:467-470

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BAIRD, NICOLA. See Ului and Baird

BAKER, RICHARD W. See Fairbairn, and others

BALL, DESMOND. See Henningham and Ball

BALLARD, CHRIS: Political review of Irian Jaya in 1996, 9:468-474; in 1997, 10:433-441. See also Hays

BARKER, JOHN: Christianity in Oceania: Ethnographic Perspectives (Boutilier), 5:459-461. See also Ernst; Mageo and Howard

BARLOW, KATHLEEN. See Barlow and Winduo; Brunton and Barlow

BARLOW, KATHLEEN, AND STEVEN WINDUO: Introduction, 9:1-24

BARLOW, KATHLEEN, AND STEVEN WINDUO, editors: Logging the Southwestern Pacific: Perspectives from Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu, 9(1)

BARRATT, GLYNN: Southern and Eastern Polynesia, volume 2 of Russia and the South Pacific, 1696-1840 (McReynolds), 2:402-404

BAUER, PETER, SAVENACA SIWATIBU, AND WOLFGANG KASPER: Aid and Development in the South Pacific (Zdanovich), 5:198-201

BAYLISS-SMITH. See Hviding

BAYLISS-SMITH, T P, RICHARD BEDFORD, HAROLD BROOKFIELD, MARC LATHAM, AND MURIEL BROOKFIELD: Islands, Islanders and the World: The Colonial and Post-Colonial Experience of Eastern Fiji (Young), 3:239-243

BECKETT, JEREMY: Torres Strait Islanders: Custom and Colonialism (Ogan), 2:217-219

BEDFORD, RICHARD. See Bayliss-Smith and others

BEEHLER, BRUCE M: A Naturalist in New Guinea (Culliney), 5:192-194

Belau, 3:146-158. See also Micronesia; Palau; USTTPI; Region in Review

Belau: Political reviews (Shuster): in 1988-89, 2:148-149; in 1989-90, 3:180-182; in 1990-91, 4:178-181; in 1991-92, 5:134-138; in 1992-93, 6:164-166; in 1993-94, 7:126-129; in 1994-95, 8:156-158; in 1995-96, 9:196-198. See also Palau

BELLO, WALDEN. See P Hayes and others

BENNETT, JEFF. See Kasper and others

BENNETT, JUDITH A: Forestry, Public Land, and the Colonial Legacy in Solomon Islands, 7:243-275; Wealth of the Solomons: A History of a Pacific Archipelago, 1800-1978 (Keesing), 1:190-193. See also Campbell, I C

BENSA, ALBAN: Chroniques Kanak: L’Ethnologie en Marche (Chappell), 9:535-538

BENSA, ALBAN, AND ERIC WITTERSHEIM: Nationalism and Interdependence: The Political Thought of Jean-Marie Tjibaou, 10:369-390

BERTRAM, GEOFFREY. See Connell

BESNIER, NIKO: Literacy, Emotion, and Authority: Reading and Writing on a Polynesian Atoll (Lake), 10:274-276

BETTIS, LELAND: Political review of Guam in 1990-91, 4:185-188; in 1992-93, 6:172-175

Between Two Laws: Tenure Regimes in the Pearl Islands (Rapaport), 8:33-49

Beyond Hula, Hotels, and Handicrafts: A Pacific Islander’s Perspective of Tourism Development (Thaman), 5:104-111

BIERSACK, ALETTA: Clio in Oceania: Toward a Historical Anthropology (James), 5:184-186. See also Strathern, Marilyn; Trompf

bikinis and other s/pacific n/oceans (Teaiwa), 6:87-109

biodiversity loss, 9:121-148

Birds of a Different Feather: Tok Pisin and Hawaii Creole English as Literary Languages (Romaine), 7:81-123

BLANDY, RICHARD. See Kasper and others

BOGGS, STEPHEN. See Mercer

BONNEMAISON, JOËL: Political review of Wallis and Futuna in 1988-89, 2:176-178; La Dernière Ile (Vurobaravu), 2:221-223; The Tree and the Canoe: History and Ethnogeography of Tanna (Murton), 9:265-267

BONNEMAISON, JOËL, AND ELISE HUFFER: Political review of Vanuatu in 1989, 2:373-375

BONNEMAISON, JOËL, KIRK HUFFMAN, CHRISTIAN KAUFMANN, AND DARRELL TRYON, editors: Arts of Vanuatu (Stevenson), 10:254-256

BOROFSKY, ROBERT: Making History: Pukapukan and Anthropological Constructions of Knowledge (Ritchie), 1:200-203. See also Dening; Howard and Borofsky

Bougainville: 4(2); economic issues, 4:346-354; government policy, 4:325-343; human rights, 4:355-359; 4:360-367; mass media, 4:299-323; prehistory, 4:269-298; revolutionary army, 4:368-372; social change, 4:245-267; 4:376-378; villages, 4:373-375. See also Papua New Guinea, political reviews

The Bougainville Crisis and Politics in Papua New Guinea (Saffu), 4:325-343

Bougainville: A Matter of Attitude (Wiley), 4:376-378

Bougainville: Some Financial and Ownership Issues (Quodling), 4:346-354

The Bougainville Revolutionary Army (Forster), 4:368-372

BOUTILIER, JAMES. See Barker

BRENNEIS, DONALD. See Lal

BRISON, KAREN: Community and Prosperity: Social Movements among the Kwanga of Papua New Guinea, 3:325-355; Just Talk: Gossip, Meetings, and Power in a Papua New Guinea Village (Arno), 6:476-479. See also Carrier and Carrier; Lutkehaus and others; Strathern, Andrew

Britain: and Treaty of Waitangi, 3:85-113

BRITTON, STEPHEN. See Rodman

BROOKFIELD, HAROLD: Global Change and the Pacific, 1:1-18. See also Bayliss-Smith and others.

BROOKFIELD, HAROLD, LESLEY POTTER, AND YVONNE BYRON: In Place of the Forest: Environmental and Socio-Economic Transformation in Borneo and the Eastern Malay Peninsula (Padoch), 9:263-265

BROOKFIELD, MURIEL. See Bayliss-Smith and others

BROWN, PAULA: Beyond a Mountain Valley: The Simbu of Papua New Guinea (Standish), 9:518-521

BROWN, RICHARD P C: Do Migrants’ Remittances Decline over Time? Evidence from Tongans and Western Samoans in Australia, 10:107-151

BROWNE, CHRISTOPHER, WITH DOUGLAS A SCOTT: Economic Development in Seven Pacific Island Countries (Hughes), 2:406-408

BRUNTON, BRIAN D, AND KATHLEEN BARLOW: Regulating the Forest Industry in Papua New Guinea: An Interview with Brian D Brunton, 9:149-156

BRUNTON, RON: The Abandoned Narcotic: Kava and Cultural Instability in Melanesia (Lindstrom), 4:220-223

BRYANT-TOKALAU, JENNY. See Connell and Lea

BURGESS, HAYDEN: The World Council of Indigenous Peoples: An Interview with Poka Laenui, 2:336-348

BURT, BEN: Tradition and Christianity: The Colonial Transformation of a Solomon Islands Society (Hviding), 8:231-233. See also Kwa‘iloa

BUSCH, WERNER VOM. See Crocombe and others

BUSCHMANN, RAINER. See Byer

BYER, DORIS: Die Große Insel: Südpazifische Lebensgeschichten. Autobiographische Berichte aus den südöstlichen Salomon-Archipel seit 1914 (Buschmann), 9:277-279

BYRON, YVONNE. See Brookfield, Potter, and Byron

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CACHOLA-ABAD, KEHAUNANI. See Rose

The Call of the Kereru: The Question of Customary Use (Weaver), 9:383-398

CAMPBELL, ALISTAIR: The Frigate Bird (Sharrad), 2:399-402

CAMPBELL, I C: A History of the Pacific Islands (Bennett), 3:462-465; Island Kingdom: Tonga Ancient and Modern (Gunson), 7:209-211

CAMPION, JANE, 8:51-79

capitalism: in Papua New Guinea, 10:345-368

CARRIER, JAMES G, AND ACHSAH H CARRIER: Wage, Trade, and Exchange in Melanesia: A Manus Society in the Modern State (Brison), 3:459-461

CARRIER, JAMES G, editor: History and Tradition in Melanesian Anthropology (Ogan), 6:224-229

CASTON, GEOFFREY: Academic Freedom: The Third World Context, 4:1-47; Higher Education in the South Pacific: A Political Economy, 5:366-382

CHAAPLAIN, CHRISTINE D: Kanak Sculptors and Painters Today: Ko I Névâ (Waite), 7:232-234

Chamorro issues, 6:29-58. See also Guam, political reviews

Changing Forestry Regimes in Vanuatu: Is Sustainable Management Possible? (Regenvanu, Wyatt, and Tacconi), 9:73-96

CHAPMAN, MURRAY. See Waddell and Nunn

CHAPMAN, MURRAY, AND JEAN-FRANÇOIS DUPON: Renaissance in the Pacific (Waddell), 4:216-218

CHAPPELL, DAVID A: Active Agents versus Passive Victims: Decolonized Historiography or Problematic Paradigm? 7:303-326; political reviews of New Caledonia: in 1994, 7:360-363; in 1995, 8:425-428; in 1996, 9:474-479; in 1997, 10:441-446; Double Ghosts: Oceanian Voyagers on Euramerican Ships (Finney), 10:471-473. See also Bensa; Clark; Howard; Howe, Kiste, and Lal; Spencer, Ward, and Connell

Chiefly Models in Papua New Guinea (Scaglion), 8:1-31

Chiefs and Indians: Elections and Politics in Contemporary Fiji (Lal), 5:275-301

chiefs: and clowning, 6:1-28; in Fiji, 5:275-301; in Hawai‘i, 6:212-224; in Melanesian societies, 4:73-108; 8:1-31

child socialization, 10:1-30

church: and migrant families, 10:1-30

Chuuk, 1:43-74. See also Federated States of Micronesia; political reviews of FSM; Micronesia; USTTPI

Cities of Parts, Cities Apart? Changing Places in Modern Melanesia (Connell and Lea), 6:267-309

CLARK, ALAN: The Politics of Electoral Duality: Experience and Elections in New Caledonia (Chappell), 1:193-195

CLARKE, WILLIAM C: Learning from the Past: Traditional Knowledge and Sustainable Development, 2:233-253. See also Hintjens and Newitt; Spate

CLARKE, WILLIAM C, AND RANDOLPH R THAMAN: Incremental Agroforestry: Enriching Pacific Landscapes, 9:121-148; Agroforestry in the Pacific Islands: Systems for Sustainability (Raynor), 7:236-238

class: in Cook Islands, 10:164-178; in Papua New Guinea, 10:345-368

CLIFFORD, JAMES: The Predicament of Culture: Twentieth-Century Ethnography, Literature, and Art (Petersen), 1:180-182

climate change, 1:1-18. See also environment

Clowning as Political Commentary: Polynesia, Then and Now (Hereniko), 6:1-28

CNMI. See Northern Mariana Islands

COHEN, MARK NATHAN: Health and the Rise of Civilization (Pollock), 4:223-225

COLE, RODNEY: Pacific 2010: Challenging the Future (Hayes, Levin, Pirie), 7:188-196

COLE, RODNEY, AND HELEN HUGHES: The Fiji Economy, May 1987: Problems and Prospects (Macdonald), 2:197-207

COLE, RODNEY, AND SOMSAK TAMBUNLERTCHAI: The Future of Asia-Pacific Economies: Pacific Islands at the Crossroads? (Fairbairn), 7:399-402

colonialism: and first contact, 6:111-145; in the French Pacific, 1:97-132; and historical revisionism, 10:31-64; in Melanesia, 6:267-309; in the Pacific, 7:303-326; 9:305-344; in Papua New Guinea, 3:289-324; 7:277-302; in The Piano, 8:51-79; in Solomon Islands, 7:243-275. See also decolonization

communication, 5:333-363. See also media; technological change

Community and Prosperity: Social Movements among the Kwanga of Papua New Guinea (Brison), 3:325-355

Compact of Free Association: and Belau, 3:146-158; and Federated States of Micronesia, 5:303-332, 6:337-369; and Marshall Islands, 5:303-332. See also freely associated states

conflict resolution, 2:279-311

CONNELL, JOHN: Island Microstates: The Mirage of Development, 3:251-287; political review of New Caledonia in 1988, 1:152-155; in 1989, 2:361-365; political review of Vanuatu in 1988, 1:163-166; New Caledonia or Kanaky? The Political History of a French Colony (Henningham), 2:216-217; Sovereignty and Survival: Island Microstates in the Third World (Bertram), 4:231-232. See also Spencer and others

CONNELL, JOHN, AND JOHN LEA: Cities of Parts, Cities Apart? Changing Places in Modern Melanesia, 6:267-309; Planning the Future: Melanesian Cities in 2010 (Walsh), 7:228-230; Pacific 2010: Urbanisation in Polynesia (Bryant-Tokalau), 9:286-288

conservation: 9:97-120; in New Zealand, 9:383-398; in Tonga, 5:215-242

Conservation International, 9:97-120

Conspiracy, Class, and Culture in Oceania: A View from the Cook Islands (Sissons), 10:164-178

constitutional issues: in Federated States of Micronesia, 6:337-369; in Fiji, 2:11-35; 5:275-301; in Papua New Guinea, 2:313-333; in Solomon Islands, 2:313-333; in Tonga, 3:357-378. See also Compact of Free Association; decolonization; freely associated states

Constitutional Reviews in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands (Ghai), 2:313-333

Continuity and Constraint: Reconstructing the Concept of Tradition from a Pacific Perspective (Turner), 9:345-381

Cook Islands: 6:371-396; 8:127-153; class and culture, 10:164-178

Cook Islands: political reviews (Crocombe and Crocombe): in 1988-89, 2:163-166; in 1989-90, 3:192-195; in 1990-91, 4:193-196; in 1991-92, 5:152-156; in 1993-94, 7:138-144; in 1994-95, 8:174-182; in 1995-96, 9:218-227; in 1996-97, 10:192-197

COOK, PETER G. See Stewart, Horsfield, and Cook

Copper, Class, and Crisis: Changing Relations of Production in Bougainville (Wesley-Smith and Ogan), 4:245-267

A Coup by Another Name? The Politics of Legality (Ghai), 2:11-35

coups, Fiji. See Fiji coups

Creating the Past: Custom and Identity in the Contemporary Pacific (Keesing), 1:19-42

Creating Their Own Culture: Diasporic Tongans (Morton), 10:1-30

CREELY, KATHRYN: Melanesian Studies at the University of California, San Diego, 4:209-214

creole language: in Hawai‘i, 7:81-123

crime: in Papua New Guinea, 7:55-80

A Critique of “Place” through Field Museum’s Pacific Exhibits (Rodman), 5:243-274

CRITTENDEN, EDWARD L. See Schieffelin and Crittenden

CROCOMBE, RON: Latin America and the Pacific Islands, 3:115-144; Pacific Neighbours: New Zealand’s Relations with Other Pacific Islands/Aotearoa me Nga Moutere o te Moana Nui a Kiwa (Henderson), 7:224-225. See also Thakur

CROCOMBE, RON, AND MARJORIE TUAINEKORE CROCOMBE: Political reviews of Cook Islands in 1988-89, 2:163-166; in 1989-90, 3:192-195; in 1990-91, 4:193-196; in 1991-92, 5:152-156; in 1993-94, 7:138-144; in 1994-95, 8:174-182; in 1995-96, 9:218-227; in 1996-97, 10:192-197; Educational Development in the Small States of the Commonwealth: Post Secondary Education in the South Pacific, Present Patterns and Future Options (Meyenn), 8:465-467

CROCOMBE, RON, UENTABO NEEMIA, ASESELA RAVUVU, AND WERNER VOM BUSCH: Culture and Democracy in the South Pacific (Linnekin), 6:485-487

CULLINEY, JOHN. See Beehler

cultural change: and Fijian villages, 5:45-74; and future implications, 5:1-21; and Melanesian cities, 6:267-309; and Tongan agriculture, 5:215-242; and tourism development, 5:104-111; and urban Maori, 6:311-336. See also culture

culture: among Chamorros, 6:29-58; and history, 1:133-139; and identity, 1:19-42; 8:127-153; 10:391-410; invention of, 2:255-278; 3:159-167; 3:172-177; 8:349-386; and Melanesian chiefs, 4:73-108; and Micronesian suicides, 1:43-74; and museum exhibits, 5:243-274; and PNG villages, 3:325-355; and tourist art 6:59-86; and tradition, 4:49-72; and women, 4:161-175; 5:23-44. See also cultural change; tradition

CUNNINGHAM, ADRIAN, AND EWAN MAIDMENT: The Pacific Manuscripts Bureau: Preserving and Disseminating Pacific Documentation, 8:443-454

Current and Future Implications of the Coups for Women in Fiji (Lateef), 2:113-130

custom: 4:49-72; in Fiji, 2:131-146; in Papua New Guinea village courts, 2:279-311. See also kastom; tradition

customary use, 9:383-398

Customary Law in the Papua New Guinea Village Courts (Zorn), 2:279-311

Cutting the Ground from under Them? Commercialization, Cultivation, and Conservation in Tonga (James), 5:215-242

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dance, 8:127-153

DANIELSSON, BENGT, AND MARIE-THÉRÈSE DANIELSSON: Poisoned Reign: French Nuclear Colonialism in the Pacific (Galtung), 1:173-180

D’ARCY, PAUL. See Hazelhurst

DARK, P J C, AND R G ROSE, editors: Artistic Heritage in a Changing Pacific (Nero), 8:241-244

DAVIDSON, JEREMY H C S: Pacific Island Languages: Essays in Honour of GB Milner (Green), 5:175-176

DAVIS, TOM: Island Boy: An Autobiography (Inder), 6:258-260

DEAN, EDDIE, AND STAN RITOVA: Rabuka: No Other Way (Macdonald), 2:197-207

decolonization: in the French Pacific, 1:97-132; 10:369-390; in Hawai‘i, 3:159-177; 3:380-392; of the Pacific, 7:303-326; in Papua New Guinea, 2:313-333; 3:289-324; in Solomon Islands, 2:313-333; and sovereignty, 1:75-96. See also colonialism; free association

demography, 3:1-58

DENING, GREG: History “in” the Pacific, 1:133-139; Empowering Imaginations, 9:419-429; History’s Anthropology: The Death of William Gooch (Borofsky), 2:390-394. See also Kirch

DENOON, DONALD: The Right to Misrepresent, 9:400-418. See also Merwick

DESOWITZ, ROBERT. See Thomason and others

development: in Bougainville, 4:245-267; and doomsdayism, 9:305-344; and Fiji Coups, 2:59-86; and microstates, 3:251-287; and migration, 3:1-58; in Papua New Guinea, 9:97-120; and rascals in Papua New Guinea, 7:55-80; and remittances, 4:109-135; and telecommunications, 5:333-363; and tourism, 5:104-111; and traditional knowledge, 2:233-253; and universities, 4:1-47. See also economic issues

DIAZ, VICENTE: Simply Chamorro: Telling Tales of Demise and Survival in Guam, 6:29-58. See also Rafael

diplomacy: and Federated States of Micronesia, 5:75-102; and French Pacific, 1:97-132; and Marshall Islands, 5:303-332; and New Zealand, 5:75-102. See also political issues, Region in Review

The Discourse of Chiefs: Notes on a Melanesian Society (White), 4:73-108

Do Migrants’ Remittances Decline over Time? Evidence from Tongans and Western Samoans in Australia (Brown), 10:107-151

DONNER, WILLIAM. See Kuschel

doomsdayism, 9:305-344

DORRANCE, JOHN C: The United States and the Pacific (Henningham), 6:493-495. See also Ravenhill

DOUGLAS, BRONWEN. See Fraser

DOUGLAS, NGAIRE: They Came for Savages: 100 Years of Tourism in Melanesia (Silverman), 9:525-526

The Dread Taboo, Human Sacrifice, and Pearl Harbor (Herman), 8:81-125

The Dream of Joseph: Practices of Identity in Pacific Art (Thomas), 8:291-317

drugs: and Melanesia, 4:220-223

DUFF, ALAN: 6:398-413; interview, 7:328-344; State Ward and What Becomes of the Broken Hearted? (Tawake), 10:277-280

DUPON, JEAN-FRANÇOIS. See Chapman and Dupon.

DUPUIS, RESHELA: Romanticizing Colonialism: Power and Pleasure in Jane Campion’s The Piano, 8:51-79

DURANTI, ALESSANDRO: From Grammar to Politics: Linguistic Anthropology in a Western Samoan Village (Shore), 8:226-228

DURUTALO, SIMIONE, 9:430-435. See also Taylor.

As the Dust Settles: Impact and Implications of the Fiji Coups (Lal), 2(1)

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Easter Island, 3:115-144

Economic and Political Restructuring and the Sustainability of Migrant Remittances: The Case of Western Samoa (Macpherson), 4:109-135

economic issues: 5:75-102; in Fiji, 2:59-86; 8:259-290; and microstates, 3:251-287; and migration, 3:1-58; and Papua New Guinea, 7:55-80; in regional politics, 2:131-146; and remittances, 4:109-135; and telecommunications, 5:333-363; and Tongan agriculture, 5:215-242; and universities, 4:1-47; and women in Fiji, 2:113-130. See also development; Region in Review

Economy and State in Fiji before and after the Coups (Knapman), 2:59-86

EDMOND, MURRAY. See Kneubuhl

education, 4:1-47; 5:366-382

elites: in Cook Islands, 10:164-178

EMBERSON-BAIN, ‘ATU: Labour and Gold in Fiji (Leckie), 7:402-404

EMBERSON-BAIN, ‘ATU, editor: Sustainable Development or Malignant Growth? Perspectives of Pacific Island Women (Schoeffel), 9:288-290

Empowering Imaginations (Dening), 9:419-429

Entangled in Maori History: A Report on Experience (Reilly), 8:388-408

environment: and global change, 1:1-18; and New Zealand, 5:75-102; and Tongan agriculture, 5:215-242; and traditional knowledge, 2:233-253; 10:391-410. See also Region in Review

EPSTEIN, A L: In the Midst of Life: Affect and Ideation in the World of the Tolai (Heider), 5:440-441

ERNST, MANFRED: Winds of Change: Growing Religious Groups in the Pacific Islands (Barker), 8:234-236

ERRINGTON, FREDERICK, AND DEBORAH GEWERTZ: Cultural Alternatives and a Feminist Anthropology: An Analysis of Culturally Constructed Gender Interest in Papua New Guinea (Nash), 2:417-419. See also Gewertz and Errington

ethics: and constructions of history, 10:31-64

ethnicity: in Fiji, 2:131-146; and universities, 4:1-47. See also race relations

ETKIN, NINA. See Frankel and Lewis; Lebot, Merlin, and Lindstrom

EWINS, RORY: Tradition in the Politics of the Pacific: Interviews with Simione Durutalo and Bishop Patelesio Finau, 9:430-445

From Exhibit to Exhibitionism: Recent Polynesian Presentations of “Otherness” (Thomas), 8:319-348

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Facing the Nation: Archaeologists and Hawaiians in the Era of Sovereignty (Spriggs), 3:380-392

FAIRBAIRN, TE‘O I J. See Cole and Tambunlertchai

FAIRBAIRN, TE‘O I J, CHARLES E MORRISON, RICHARD W BAKER, AND SHEREE A GROVES: The Pacific Islands: Politics, Economics and International Relations (Quanchi), 5:203-205

FALGOUT, SUZANNE. See Flinn; Laracy and White; White and others.

family: and suicide in Micronesia, 1:43-74; 7:21-53; and migrants, 10:1-30

FARBER, THOMAS: Unhappy in the Isles of Oceania, 5:383-385

Farms, Suburbs, or Retirement Homes? The Transformation of Village Fiji (Overton), 5:45-74

Federated States of Micronesia (FSM): 1:43-74; 5:303-332; 6:337-369

Federated States of Micronesia (FSM): Political reviews: in 1988-89 (King), 2:151-153; in 1989-90 (King), 3:184-186; in 1990-91 (King), 4:183-185; in 1992-93 (Johnson), 6:169-171; in 1994-95 (Hezel), 8:158-160

The Federated States of Micronesia’s 1990 Constitutional Convention: Calm Before the Storm? (Petersen), 6:337-369

FEIL, D K: The Evolution of Highland Papua New Guinea Societies (Hays), 2:410-412

FEINBERG, RICHARD. See Huntsman and Hooper

FEINBERG, RICHARD, AND KAREN ANN WATSON-GEGEO, editors: Leadership and Change in the Western Pacific: Essays Presented to Sir Raymond Firth on the Occasion of His 90th Birthday (Lindstrom), 9:523-524

FIELD, MICHAEL J: Mau: Samoa’s Struggle for Freedom (Lafoa‘i), 4:449-452

FIFE, WAYNE: Models for Masculinity in Colonial and Postcolonial Papua New Guinea, 7:277-302

FIGIEL, SIA: Where We Once Belonged and The Girl in the Moon Circle (Sinavaiana-Gabbard), 10:483-488

Fiji: 3:59-84; 4:1-47; economic development issues, 2:59-86; 8:259-290; elections, 5:275-301; future scenarios, 2:59-86; political and government issues, 2:87-111, 2:131-146; social change, 2:87-111, 5:45-74; technological change, 5:333-363; women, 2:113-130. See also Fiji coups

Fiji: Political reviews: in 1988 (Alley), 1:150-152; in 1989 (Tarte), 2:358-361; in 1990 (Tarte), 3:401-405; in 1991 (Lal), 4:387-392; in 1992 (Lal), 5:403-408; in 1993 (Lal), 6:438-443; in 1994 (Lal), 7:355-360; in 1995 (Tarte), 8:418-425; in 1996 (Tarte), 9:458-468; in 1997 (Tarte), 10:424-433

Fiji coups: 2:1-10, 2:37-58; 2:131-146; and economic development issues, 2:59-86; and elections, 5:275-301; international implications of, 2:37-58; legal and constitutional issues of, 2:11-35; 5:275-301; and politics of tradition, 9:345-381; and social change, 2:87-111; and women, 2:113-130

FILER, COLIN. See Henningham and May; Quodling

film criticism: feminist, 8:51-79

film guides, 10:457-465

filmmaking, 10:457-465

FINAU, BISHOP PATELESIO, 9:430-445

FINNEY, BEN: From Sea to Space (Rubinstein), 6:256-258; Voyage of Rediscovery: A Cultural Odyssey through Polynesia (Irwin), 8:456-457. See also Chappell; Poirine; Thomas, Stephen

FIRTH, STEWART: Sovereignty and Independence in the Contemporary Pacific, 1:75-96; Nuclear Playground (Galtung), 1:173-180. See also Robie; Weisgall

FITZPATRICK, JOHN. See Singe

FLEMING, EUAN. See Hardaker and Fleming

FLINN, JULIANA: Diplomas and Thatch Houses: Asserting Tradition in a Changing Micronesia (Falgout), 6:483-485

FOERSTEL, LENORA, AND ANGELA GILLIAM: Confronting the Margaret Mead Legacy: Scholarship, Empire, and the South Pacific (Hays), 6:236-238

Forest Exploitation in Papua New Guinea (Saulei), 9:25-38

forestry: in Papua New Guinea, 9:1-38; 9:97-120; in Solomon Islands, 7:243-275; 9:39-72; 9:157-166; in Vanuatu, 9:73-96

Forestry, Public Land, and the Colonial Legacy in Solomon Islands (Bennett), 7:243-275

FORSTER, MIKE: The Bougainville Revolutionary Army, 4:368-372

Forum. See South Pacific Forum

FOSTER, ROBERT: Social Reproduction and History in Melanesia: Mortuary Ritual, Gift Exchange, and Custom in the Tanga Islands (Otto), 9:529-532. See also Godelier and Strathern; Maschio

FOSTER, ROBERT, editor: Nation Making: Emergent Identities in Postcolonial Melanesia (White), 9:508-510

Framing the Islands: Knowledge and Power in Changing Australian Images of “the South Pacific” (Fry), 9:305-344

FRANCO, ROBERT. See Ahlburg; Ahlburg and Levin

FRANKEL, STEPHEN, AND GILBERT LEWIS: A Continuing Trial of Treatment: Medical Pluralism in Papua New Guinea (Etkin), 3:457-458

FRASER, HELEN: New Caledonia: Anti-Colonialism in a Pacific Territory (Aldrich), 2:419-420; Your Flag’s Blocking Our Sun (Douglas), 4:442-444

FRAZER, IAN: The Struggle for Control of Solomon Island Forests, 9:39-72. See also Kwa‘iloa.

free association: 1:75-96, and American Samoa, 4:137-160; and Belau, 3:146-158; and Federated States of Micronesia, 5:303-332; and Marshall Islands, 5:303-332. See also political status, Compact of Free Association; decolonization

French Pacific, 1:97-32; 10:369-390. See also French Polynesia; New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna

French Polynesia, 8:33-49; 8:127-153

French Polynesia: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Rapaport), 2:166-168; in 1989-90 (Rapaport), 3:195-198; in 1990-91 (Rapaport), 4:196-199; in 1992-93 (Rapaport), 6:179-181; in 1993-94 (Strokirch), 7:144-148; in 1994-95 (Strokirch), 8:182-187; in 1995-96 (Strokirch), 9:227-233; in 1996-97 (Strokirch), 10:198-205

FRY, GREG: Framing the Islands: Knowledge and Power in Changing Australian Images of “the South Pacific,” 9:305-344; The Region in Review: International Issues and Events: in 1990, 3:393-400; in 1991, 4:380-386; in 1992, 5:390-402

FUGUI, JOHN MOFFAT: Political review of Solomon Islands in 1991, 4:400-403

FUGUI, JOHN MOFFAT, AND MIKE WATE: Political review of Solomon Islands in 1993, 6:457-463

Fuzzy-Wuzzy Devils: Mass Media and the Bougainville Crisis (Layton), 4:299-323

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GAILEY, CHRISTINE WARD: Kinship to Kingship: Gender Hierarchy and State Formation in the Tongan Islands (Herda), 1:187-190

GALTUNG, JOHAN: The Pacific: A Poisoned Nuclear Lake, 1:173-180

GANNICOTT, K G: Education for Economic Development in the South Pacific (Potter), 4:232-235

GANNICOTT, K G, AND BEATRICE AVALOS: Pacific 2010: Women’s Education and Economic Development in Melanesia (Meyenn), 8:465-467

GANTER, REGINA: The Pearl-Shellers of Torres Strait: Resource Use, Development and Decline (Shnukal), 8:217-220

GATHERCOLE, PETER. See Hanson and Hanson

GARRETT, JOHN: Uncertain Sequel: The Social and Religious Scene in Fiji since the Coups, 2:87-111; Footsteps in the Sea: Christianity in Oceania to World War II (Wetherell), 6:470-474

GEGEO, DAVID: Indigenous Knowledge and Empowerment: Rural Development Examined from Within, 10:289-315; political review of Solomon Islands in 1988, 1:159-162. See also Thistlethwaite and Davis; White and others

gender issues: 4:161-175; 5:23-44; 6:87-109; 8:51-79; and masculinity, 7:277-302. See also women’s issues.

GEWERTZ, DEBORAH. See White.

GEWERTZ, DEBORAH, AND FREDERICK ERRINGTON: Sleights of Hand and the Construction of Desire in a Papua New Guinea Modernity, 10:345-368; Twisted Histories, Altered Contexts: Representing the Chambri in a World System (McDowell), 6:229-231. See also Errington and Gewertz

GHAI, YASH: A Coup by Another Name? The Politics of Legality, 2:11-35; Constitutional Reviews in Papua New Guinea and Solomon Islands, 2:313-333; Law, Politics and Government in the Pacific Island States (Aikman), 3:219-221; Public Administration and Management in Small States: Pacific Experiences (Hamnett), 5:196-198

GIBSON, ROBERT E, 5:386-388

GILLIAM, ANGELA. See Foerstel and Gilliam

GILLISON, GILLIAN: Between Culture and Fantasy: A New Guinea Highlands Mythology (Leavitt), 6:479-481

Global Change and the Pacific: Problems for the Coming Half-Century (Brookfield), 1:1-18

globalization, 8:349-386

GODDARD, MICHAEL: The Rascal Road: Crime, Prestige, and Development in Papua New Guinea, 7:55-80

GODELIER, MAURICE, AND MARILYN STRATHERN: Big Men and Great Men: Personifications of Power in Melanesia (Foster), 5:177-179

GOETZFRIDT, NICHOLAS J: Indigenous Literature of Oceania: A Survey of Criticism and Interpretation (Griffen), 9:284-286

GONIWIECHA, MARK C. See Wang and others

government issues: in American Samoa, 4:137-160; in Belau, 3:146-158; in Cook Islands, 6:371-396; in Federated States of Micronesia, 6:337-369; in Fiji, 2:87-111; 5:275-301; in Papua New Guinea, 2:313-333, 3:289-324; 4:325-343; in Solomon Islands, 2:313-333; 4:73-108; 7:243-275; in Tonga, 3:357-378; in United States, 3:423-446.

GRACE, PATRICIA: interview, 10:154-163

Grassroots, Rock(s), and Reggae: Music and Mayhem at the Port Moresby Show (Neuenfeldt), 10:317-343

GREEN, R C. See Davidson

GRIFFEN, ARLENE. See Goetzfridt

GRIMBLE, ARTHUR FRANCIS: Tungaru Traditions: Writings on the Atoll Culture of the Gilbert Islands (Silverman), 3:231-234

GRIMSHAW, PATRICIA. See Lal; Langmore

Guam, 6:29-58. See also USTTPI, Micronesia

Guam: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Underwood), 2:153-156; in 1990-91 (Bettis), 4:185-188; in 1992-93 (Bettis), 6:172-175; in 1994-95 (Shuster), 8:160-164; in 1995-96 (Shuster), 9:202-208; in 1996-97 (Wyttenbach-Santos), 10:180-183

GUNSON, NIEL. See Campbell, I C

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HALVAKSZ, JAMON, AND ELIZABETH HOCHBERG: Logging the Southwestern Pacific: Bibliographic Review Essay, 9:167-193

HAMEL-GREEN, MICHAEL: Regional Arms Control in the South Pacific: Island State Responses to Australia’s Nuclear Free Zone Initiative, 3:59-84; The South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty: A Critical Assessment (Herr), 4:456-458. See also Henningham and Ball

HAMNETT, MICHAEL. See Ghai

HANLON, DAVID: Editorial, 5(1): vii-ix. See also Lieber; Prakash

HANSON, ALLAN, AND LOUISE HANSON: Art and Identity in Oceania (Gathercole), 4:235-236

HARDAKER, J BRIAN, AND EUAN FLEMING: Strategies for Melanesian Agriculture for 2010: Tough Choices (Ward), 8:220-222

HARDER, CHRISTOPHER: The Guns of Lautoka (The Defence of Kahan) (Macdonald), 2:197-207

HARRISON, SIMON J: Stealing People’s Names: History and Politics in a Sepik River Cosmology (Silverman), 5:179-181

HATTORI, ANNE. See Rogers

HAU‘OFA, EPELI: The Ocean in Us, 10:391-410; Our Sea of Islands, 6:147-161; Thy Kingdom Come: The Democratization of Aristocratic Tonga, 6:414-428. See also Waddell and others

Hawai‘i: and identity, 1:19-42; kapu system of, 8:81-125; and Pidgin or creole 7:81-123; and tourist art, 6:59-86. See also Native Hawaiian issues; indigenous rights; decolonization.

Hawaiian issues: political review in 1996-97 (Kame‘eleihiwa), 10:205-212. See also Native Hawaiian issues

HAYES, GEOFFREY: Migration, Metascience, and Development Policy in Island Polynesia, 3:1-58. See also Cole

HAYES, PETER, LYUBA ZARSKY, AND WALDEN BELLO: American Lake: Nuclear Peril in the Pacific (Galtung), 1:173-180

HAYS, TERENCE E: Ethnographic Presents: Pioneering Anthropologists in the Papua New Guinea Highlands (Ballard), 6:474-476. See also Feil; Foerstel and Gilliam

HAZELHURST, KAYLEEN M: Racial Conflict and Resolution in New Zealand: The Haka Party Incident and Its Aftermath 1979-1980 (D’Arcy), 2:223-225

HEIDER, KARL. See Epstein

“Heiva”: Continuity and Change of a Tahitian Celebration (Stevenson), 2:255-278

HENDERSON, JOHN. See Crocombe; Henningham

HENNINGHAM, STEPHEN: Keeping the Tricolor Flying: The French Pacific into the 1990s, 1:97-132; political review of Vanuatu in 1991, 4:403-406; in 1992, 5:426-429; in 1993, 6:463-466; in 1994, 7:374-378; Region in Review in 1993, 6:430-437; in 1994, 7:350-354; France and the South Pacific: A Contemporary History (Waddell), 5:472-474; The Pacific Island States: Security and Sovereignty in the Post-Cold War World (Henderson), 9:515-517. See also Connell; Dorrance

HENNINGHAM, STEPHEN, AND DESMOND BALL: South Pacific Security: Issues and Perspectives (Hamel-Green), 5:205-208

HENNINGHAM, STEPHEN, AND R J MAY: Resources, Development and Politics in the Pacific Islands (Filer), 7:234-235

HERBERT, CHRISTOPHER: Culture and Anomie: Ethnographic Imagination in the Nineteenth Century (Arno), 5:189-192

HERDA, PHYLLIS. See Gailey; Neumann

HERDT, GILBERT, AND MICHELE STEPHEN: The Religious Imagination in New Guinea (Leavitt), 3:454-457

HERENIKO, VILSONI: Clowning as Political Commentary: Polynesia, Then and Now, 6:1-28; An Interview with Alan Duff, 7:328-344; An Interview with Patricia Grace, 10:154-163; Woven Gods: Female Clowns and Power in Rotuma (Mitchell), 9:279-281

HERENIKO, VILSONI, editor: Writing from the Pacific Islands, special feature of Manoa (Schwarz), 7:406-408

HERENIKO, VILSONI, AND TERESIA TEAIWA: Last Virgin in Paradise: A Serious Comedy (Schwarz), 7:406-408

HERMAN, R D K: The Dread Taboo, Human Sacrifice, and Pearl Harbor, 8:81-125

HERR, RICHARD A: Region in Review in 1988, 1:142-150; in 1989, 2:349-357. See also Axline; Hamel-Green; Hoadley

HERZFELD, MICHAEL. See Thomas, Nicholas

HESS, JIM: Political review of Marshall Islands in 1995-96, 9:210-217

HEYUM, RUTH RENÉE, 7:345-348

HEZEL, FRANCIS X: Suicide and the Micronesian Family, 1:43-74; political review of Federated States of Micronesia in 1994-95, 8:158-160; Strangers in Their Own Land: A Century of Colonial Rule in the Caroline and Marshall Islands (Poyer), 9:272-274. See also Marshall and Marshall

hierarchy, 8:1-31

Higher Education in the South Pacific: A Political Economy (Caston), 5:366-382

Highly Structured Tourist Art: Form and Meaning of the Polynesian Cultural Center (Webb), 6:59-86

HILLS, RODNEY C: The 1990 Election in Tonga, 3:357-378

HINTJENS, HELEN M, AND MALYN D D NEWITT: The Political Economy of Small Tropical Islands: The Importance of Being Small (Clarke), 6:487-491

historiography: in Australia and Papua New Guinea, 10:31-64. See also history

history: 4:269-298; Pacific, 1:133-139; 7:303-326; Bougainville, 4:245-267; Tahiti, 2:255-278

History “in” the Pacific (Dening), 1:133-139

HOADLEY, STEVE: The South Pacific Foreign Affairs Handbook (Herr), 6:495-496

HOCHBERG, ELIZABETH. See Halvaksz and Hochberg

HOCKINGS, JOHN: Traditional Architecture in the Gilbert Islands: A Cultural Perspective (Mauricio), 3:234-237

HOOPER, ANTONY. See Sahlins; Walsh

HORSFIELD, BRUCE. See Stewart and others

HOWARD, ALAN. See Mageo and Howard

HOWARD, ALAN, AND ROBERT BOROFSKY: Developments in Polynesian Ethnology (Shankman), 3:467-469

HOWARD, MICHAEL C: Fiji: Race and Politics in an Island State, The Failure of Democratic Politics in Fiji (Lal), 5:172-175; Mining, Politics, and Development in the South Pacific (Chappell), 4:447-449. See also Robillard

HOWE, K R, ROBERT C KISTE, AND BRIJ V LAL: Tides of History: The Pacific Islands in the Twentieth Century (Chappell), 7:389-392

HUBER, MARY TAYLOR: The Bishops’ Progress: A Historical Ethnography of Catholic Missionary Experience on the Sepik Frontier (Langmore), 1:207-209. See also Munro and Thornley

HUFFER, ELISE. See Bonnemaison and Huffer

HUGHES, HELEN. See Cole and Hughes. See also Browne with Scott

Beyond Hula, Hotels, and Handicrafts: A Pacific Islander’s Perspective of Tourism Development (Thaman), 5:104-111

human sacrifice, 8:81-125

HUNTSMAN, JUDITH, AND ANTONY HOOPER: Tokelau: A Historical Ethnography (Feinberg), 10:473-475

HVIDING, EDVARD: Guardians of Marovo Lagoon: Practice, Place, and Politics in Maritime Melanesia (Bayliss-Smith), 10:262-265. See also Burt

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identity: and art 8:291-317; 8:319-348; in Bougainville, 4:269-298; and culture, 10:1-30; 10:391-410; and custom, 1:19-42; and image making, 9:305-344; Maori, 8:388-408. See also culture; past, recreating the; tradition.

IHIMAERA, WITI: Nights in the Gardens of Spain (Lyons), 10:280-283

image making, 9:305-344; 10:457-465

Incremental Agroforestry: Enriching Pacific Landscapes (Clarke and Thaman), 9:121-148

independence: 1:75-96; in Papua New Guinea, 2:313-333; in Solomon Islands, 2:313-333. See also decolonization; sovereignty

INDER, STUART, political review of Nauru in 1988-89, 2:159-161; in 1989-90, 3:188-190; in 1990-91, 4:188-190. See also Davis

Indexing the Islands: Creating a Pacific Periodical Database (Peacock), 5:431-435

indigenous epistemology, 10:289-315

Indigenous Knowledge and Empowerment: Rural Development Examined from Within (Gegeo), 10:289-315

indigenous peoples, 9:383-398

indigenous rights: in Hawai‘i, 3:159-167; 3:380-392; in New Zealand, 3:85-113; 9:383-398; in Papua New Guinea, 4:355-359; and World Council of Indigenous Peoples, 2:336-348

individualism: in Papua New Guinea, 10:345-368

inequality: in Papua New Guinea, 10:345-368

INNES, STEPHEN: The New Zealand and Pacific Collection at the University of Auckland, 8:207-212

interdependence: of New Caledonia, 10:369-390

INTERNATIONAL WORK GROUP FOR INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS: The Realization of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights, 4:355-359

Interpreting the Treaty of Waitangi: The Maori Resurgences and Race Relations in New Zealand (Ward), 3:85-113

interviews: Alan Duff, 7:328-344; Simione Durutalo, 9:430-445; Bishop Patelesio Finau, 9:430-445; Patricia Grace, 10:154-163; Albert Wendt, 5:112-131; World Council of Indigenous Peoples (Poka Laenui/Hayden Burgess), 2:336-348

In Whose Face? An Essay on the Work of Alan Duff (Thompson), 6:398-413

IPO, JOHN: Political review of Solomon Islands in 1990, 3:414-417

Irian Jaya: Political review in 1996 (Ballard), 9:468-474; in 1997 (Ballard), 10:433-441. See also Region in Review

IRWIN, GEOFFREY. See Finney

Island Microstates: The Mirage of Development (Connell), 3:251-287

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JAMES, KERRY: Cutting the Ground from under Them? Commercialization, Cultivation, and Conservation in Tonga, 5:215-242; political reviews of Tonga in 1991-92, 5:163-166; in 1992-93, 6:192-195; in 1993-94, 7:164-167; in 1994-95, 8:202-206; in 1995-96, 9:247-254; in 1996-97, 10:236-239. See also Biersack; Van der Grijp; Weiner, Annette

JOHNSON, GIFF: Political review of Marshall Islands in 1988-89, 2:157-159

JOHNSON, KETSON: Political review of Federated States of Micronesia in 1992-93, 6:169-171

JOLLY, MARGARET: Specters of Inauthenticity, 4:49-72; Women of the Place: Kastom, Colonialism, and Gender in Vanuatu (Strathern), 8:458-459

JOLLY, MARGARET, AND MARTHA MACINTYRE: Family and Gender in the Pacific: Domestic Contradictions and the Colonial Impact (Linnekin), 3:450-451

JORGENSEN, DAN. See Knauft

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KABUTAULAKA, TARCISIUS TARA: Political review of Solomon Islands in 1996, 9:487-497

KAHN, MIRIAM. See Lockwood; O’Hanlon

KAME’ELEIHIWA, LILIKALA: Political review of Hawaiian Issues in 1996-97, 10:205-212; Native Land and Foreign Desires: Pehea La E Pono Ai? (Osorio), 6:233-236. See also Sahlins

KAPLAN, MARTHA: Neither Cargo nor Cult: Ritual Politics and the Colonial Imagination in Fiji (Ogan), 9:270-272. See also Thomas, Nicholas

kapu, 8:81-125

KASPER, WOLFGANG. See Bauer and others

KASPER, WOLFGANG, JEFF BENNETT, AND RICHARD BLANDY: Fiji: Opportunity from Advertisity? (Macdonald), 2:197-207

kastom, 1:19-42; 4:49-72

KAUFMANN, CHRISTIAN. See Lutkehaus and others

KAVAPALU, HELEN. See Watson-Gegeo and White

KEENAN, DANNY. See Salmond

Keeping the Tricolor Flying: The French Pacific into the 1990s (Henningham), 1:97-132

KEESING, ROGER M: Creating the Past: Custom and Identity in the Contemporary Pacific, 1:19-42; Reply to Trask, 3:168-171; Melanesian Pidgin and the Oceanic Substrate (Lincoln), 2:408-410. See also Bennett, Judith

KELLY, JOHN D: A Politics of Virtue: Hinduism, Sexuality, and Countercolonial Discourse in Fiji (Norton), 5:450-452

KING, JOAN: Political reviews of Federated States of Micronesia in 1988-89, 2:151-153; in 1989-90, 3:184-186; in 1990-91, 4:183-185

KIRCH, PATRICK V: The Archaeology of History, volume 2 of Anahulu: The Anthropology of History in the Kingdom of Hawaii, reviews (Anderson, Dening, Kame‘eleihiwa) and responses, 6:212-224. See also Stannard

Kiribati: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Thompson), 2:156-157; in 1989-90 (Teiwaki), 3:186-188; in 1991-92 (Teiwaki), 5:147-149; in 1992-93 (Teiwaki), 6:175-176; in 1995-96 (Skully), 9:208-210

KIRKPATRICK, JOHN. See Lutz

KIRSCH, STUART: Regional Dynamics and Conservation in Papua New Guinea: The Lakekamu River Basin Project, 9:97-120

KISTE, ROBERT C: Editorial, 4(1): vii-viii. See also Howe, Kiste, and Lal; Kluge

KISTE, ROBERT C, AND BRIJ V LAL: Editorial, 1:vii-viii

KLUGE, P F: The Edge of Paradise: America in Micronesia (Kiste), 5:208-210

KNAPMAN, BRUCE: Economy and State in Fiji before and after the Coups, 2:59-86; Fiji’s Economic History, 1874-1939 (Narsey), 2:208-213

KNAUFT, BRUCE M: South Coast New Guinea Cultures: History, Comparison, Dialectic (Jorgensen), 8:238-240. See also Weiner, James

KNEUBUHL, JOHN: Think of a Garden and Other Plays (Edmond), 10:480-483

KOLEHMAINEN-AITKEN, RIITA-LIISA. See Thomason and others

Kosrae: and suicide, 1:43-74. See also Micronesia; Federated States of Micronesia; political reviews of Federated States of Micronesia.

KRAMER, AUGUSTINE: The Samoa Islands: An Outline of a Monograph with Particular Consideration of German Samoa, volume 2: Material Culture (Meleisea), 9:282-284

KULICK, DON: Language Shift and Cultural Reproduction: Socialization, Self, and Syncretism in a Papua New Guinean Village (Romaine), 6:481-483

KUSCHEL, ROLF: Vengeance is Their Reply: Blood Feuds and Homicides on Bellona Island, Part I: Conditions Underlying Generations of Bloodshed; Part 2: Oral Traditions (Donner), 2:415-417

KWAI‘ILOA, MICHAEL: Living Tradition: A Changing Life in Solomon Islands (Frazer), 10:493-494

Kwanga, 3:325-355

Kwara‘ae, Solomon Islands, 10:289-315

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LAENUI, POKA: The World Council of Indigenous Peoples: An Interview with Poka Laenui, 2:336-348

LAFOA’I, IOANE, Political review of Western Samoa in 1988-1989, 2:178-181. See also Field

lagoon tenure, 8:33-49

LAKE, LARRY M. See Besnier; Nekitel, Winduo, and Kamene

Lakekamu River Basin, 9:97-120

LAL, BRIJ V: Introduction, 2:1-10; Chiefs and Indians: Elections and Politics in Contemporary Fiji, 5:275-301; political review of Fiji in 1991, 4:387-392; in 1992, 5:403-408; in 1993, 6:438-443; in 1994, 7:355-360; Broken Waves: A History of the Fjii Islands in the Twentieth Century (Brenneis), 7:203-204; Pacific Islands History: Journeys and Transformations (Grimshaw), 6:468-470; Power and Prejudice: The Making of the Fiji Crisis (Macdonald), 2:197-207. See also Howe, Kiste, and Lal; Howard; Lawson; Ravuvu

LAL, BRIJ V, DOUG MUNRO, AND EDWARD BEECHERT: Plantation Workers: Resistance and Accommodation (Leckie), 7:214-216

LAL, BRIJ V, AND KAREN PEACOCK: Researching the Fiji Coups, 2:183-195

LAL, BRIJ V, editor: As the Dust Settles: Impact and Implications of the Fiji Coups, 2:1-146

LANDAIS-STAMP, PAUL, AND PAUL ROGERS: Rocking the Boat: New Zealand, the United States and the Nuclear-Free Zone Controversy in the 1980s (Stephenson), 4:454-456

landholders’ rights, 9:149-156; 9:157-166

land issues: in Fiji, 5:45-74; in Solomon Islands, 7:243-275; in Tonga, 5:215-242; and Treaty of Waitangi, 3:85-113; in Tuamotu Archipelago, 8:33-49. See also agricultural issues; land use

landscape: Hawaiian, 8:81-125; simplification of, 9:121-148

land use: in Vanuatu, 9:73-96

LANGMORE, DIANE: Missionary Lives: Papua 1874-1914 (Grimshaw), 2:404-406. See also Huber

languages: Austronesian, 8:1-31; Maori, 8:388-408; Papuan, 8:1-31; Pidgin and creole, 7:81-123

LARACY, HUGH. See White and Lindstrom

LARACY, HUGH, editor: Ples Blong Iumi: Solomon Islands, The Past Four Thousand Years (Samou), 3:223-227

LARACY, HUGH, AND GEOFFREY WHITE, editors: Taem Blong Faet: World War II in Melanesia (Falgout), 2:225-227

LARMOUR, PETER. See Mamaloni; Otto and Thomas

LATEEF, SHIREEN: Current and Future Implications of the Coups for Women in Fiji, 2:113-130

LATHAM, MARC. See Bayliss-Smith and others

Latin America and the Pacific Islands (Crocombe), 3:115-144

law: and taboo, 8:81-125; and village courts in Papua New Guinea, 2:279-311

LAWSON, STEPHANIE: The Failure of Democratic Politics in Fiji (Lal), 5:172-175; Tradition versus Democracy in the South Pacific: Fiji, Tonga and Western Samoa (Levine), 9:510-513

LAYTON, SUZANNA: Fuzzy-Wuzzy Devils: Mass Media and the Bougainville Crisis, 4:299-323. See also Robie

LEA, JOHN. See Connell and Lea

leadership, 8:1-31; 10:369-390. See also chiefs

LEAHY, MICHAEL J: Explorations into Highland New Guinea, 1930-1935 (Strathern), 5:442-444

Learning from the Past: Traditional Knowledge and Sustainable Development (Clark), 2:223-253

LEAVITT, STEPHEN. See Gillison; Herdt and Stephen

LEBOT, VINCENT, MARK MERLIN, AND LAMONT LINDSTROM: Kava: The Pacific Drug (Etkin), 7:218-221

LECKIE, JACQUELINE. See Emberson-Bain; Lal, Munro, and Beechert

A Legacy of Development: Three Years of Crisis in Bougainville (Wesley-Smith), 4(2)

legal development, 8:1-31

LEGALLEY, BILL: Political reviews of American Samoa in 1988-89, 2:162-163; in 1989-90, 3:191-192; in 1990-91, 4:191-192; in 1991-92, 5:150-152; in 1992-93, 6:177-179

LEIBOWITZ, ARNOLD H: Defining Status: A Comprehensive Analysis of United States Territorial Relations (Meller), 4:460-461

LEPANI, CHARLES W: Statement Read to United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations, 4:360-367

LEPOWSKY, MARIA: Fruit of the Motherland: Gender in an Egalitarian Society (Mallett), 7:396-398

LEVIN, MICHAEL J. See Ahlburg and Levin; Cole

LEVINE, STEPHEN: Political reviews of Niue in 1988-89, 2:173-175; in 1989-90, 3:203-205; in 1990-91, 4:203-205; in 1991-92, 5:158-161; in 1992-93, 6:185-189; in 1993-94, 7:155-159; in 1994-95, 8:191-197; in 1995-96, 9:236-242; in 1996-97, 10:218-222; political reviews of Tokelau in 1988-89, 2:175-176; in 1989-90, 3:205-208; in 1990-91, 4:205-208; in 1991-92, 5:161-163; in 1992-93, 6:189-192; in 1993-94, 7:159-164; in 1994-95, 8:197-202; in 1995-96, 9:242-247; in 1996-97, 10:230-236. See also Lawson

LEWIS, GILBERT. See Frankel and Lewis

LIEBER, MICHAEL D: More Than a Living: Fishing and the Social Order on a Polynesian Atoll (Hanlon), 7:206-209

LINCOLN, PETER. See Keesing

LINDSTROM, LAMONT: Drugs in Western Pacific Societies: Relations of Substance (Whitney), 1:185-187; Knowledge and Power in a South Pacific Society (Macpherson), 5:181-184; Cargo Cult: Strange Stories of Desire From Melanesia and Beyond (Marcus), 7:384-387. See also White and Lindstrom; Brunton; Feinberg and Watson-Gegeo; Macpherson and Macpherson; Trompf; Van Trease

LINNEKIN, JOCELYN: Text Bites and the R-Word: The Politics of Representing Scholarship, 3:172-177; Sacred Queens and Women of Consequence: Rank, Gender, and Colonialism in the Hawaiian Islands (Ralston), 4:227-229. See also Crocombe and others; Jolly and MacIntyre; Linnekin and Poyer; O’Meara

LINNEKIN, JOCELYN, AND LIN POYER, editors: Cultural Identity and Ethnicity in the Pacific (Nero), 3:475-477

LIPSET, DAVID. See McDowell

LIRIA, YAUKA ALUAMBO: Bougainville Campaign Diary (Saffu), 7:392-394

literature: 6:398-413; Pidgin and creole, 7:81-123

The Literature of the Fiji Coups (Macdonald), 2:197-207

LOCKWOOD, VICTORIA S: Tahitian Transformation: Gender and Capitalist Development in a Rural Society (Kahn), 7:216-218

Logging the Southwestern Pacific: Bibliographic Review Essay (Halvaksz and Hochberg), 9:167-193

Logging the Southwestern Pacific: Perspectives from Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu (Barlow and Winduo), 9(1)

Love and Suffering: Adolescent Socialization and Suicide in Micronesia (Rubinstein), 7:21-53

LUTKEHAUS, NANCY, CHRISTIAN KAUFMANN, WILLIAM E MITCHELL, DOUGLAS NEWTON, LITA OSMUNDSEN, AND MEINHARD SCHUSTER: Sepik Heritage: Tradition and Change in Papua New Guinea (Brison), 5:461-463

LUTKEHAUS, NANCY, AND PAUL B ROSCOE, editors: Gender Rituals: Female Initiation in Melanesia (McDowell), 10:259-261

LUTZ, CATHERINE A: Unnatural Emotions: Everyday Sentiments on a Micronesian Atoll and Their Challenge to Western Theory (Kirkpatrick), 3:237-239

LYONS, PAUL. See Ihimaera; Malifa

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MAAKA, ROGER C A: The New Tribe: Conflicts and Continuities in the Social Organization of Urban Maori, 6:311-336

MACDONALD, BARRIE: The Literature of the Fiji Coups, 2:197-207. See also Weeramantry

MACINTYRE, MARTHA. See Jolly and MacIntyre. See also Attenborough and Alpers

MACKENZIE, MELODY KAPILIALOHA, editor: Native Hawaiian Rights Handbook (Young), 4:446-447. See also Parker

MACPHERSON, CLUNY: Economic and Political Restructuring and the Sustainability of Migrant Remittances: The Case of Western Samoa, 4:109-135. See also Lindstrom; Wessen and others

MACPHERSON, CLUNY, AND LA‘AVASA MACPHERSON: Samoan Medical Belief and Practice (Lindstrom), 5:186-188

MAGEO, JEANNETTE MARIE, AND ALAN HOWARD, editors: Spirits in Culture, History, and Mind (Barker), 9:527-529

MAIDMENT, EWAN. See Cunningham and Maidment

MAIAVA, IOSEFA: Political review of Western Samoa in 1989-90, 3:208-211

MALIFA, FATA SANO: Alms for Oblivion (Lyons), 7:408-411

MALLET, SHELLEY. See Lepowsky

MAMALONI, SOLOMON: 1987 Constitution Review Committee Report (Larmour), 1:203-205

MANÉ-WHEOKI, JONATHAN: The Resurgence of Maori Art: Conflicts and Continuities in the Eighties, 7:1-19

Maori: 3:380-392; 6:311-336; 8:388-408; art, 7:1-19; and conservation, 9:383-398; women, 5:23-44. See also Maori issues; New Zealand; indigenous issues

Maori Issues: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Walker), 2:171-173; in 1989-90 (Walker), 3:200-202; in 1990-91 (Walker), 4:201-203; in 1991-92 (Walker), 5:156-158; in 1992-93 (Walker), 6:183-185; in 1993-94 (Mutu), 7:152-155; in 1994-95 (Mutu), 8:187-191; in 1995-96 (Mutu), 9:233-236; in 1996-97 (Mutu), 10:212-216

Maori Women and the Politics of Tradition: What Roles and Power Did, Do, and Should Maori Women Exercise? (Ralston), 5:23-44

MARA, RATU SIR KAMISESE: The Pacific Way: A Memoir (Norton), 10:468-471

MARCUS, GEORGE. See Lindstrom

Mariana Islands. See Guam; Northern Mariana Islands

Marshall Islands: and suicide, 1:43-74; and political status, 5:303-332; and Bikini Atoll, 6:87-109. See also Micronesia; free association; Compact of Free Association

Marshall Islands: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Johnson), 2:157-159; in 1991-92 (Johnson), 5:141-144; in 1994-95 (Ogden), 8:164-169; in 1995-96 (Hess), 9:210-217

MARSHALL, MAC, AND LESLIE B MARSHALL: Silent Voices Speak: Women and Prohibition in Truk (Hezel), 3:221-223

MASCHIO, THOMAS: To Remember the Faces of the Dead: The Plenitude of Memory in Southwestern New Britain (Foster), 9:268-270

masculinity, 7:277-302

masks, 8:349-386

MATSUDA, MARI. See Reynolds

MAURICIO, RUFINO. See Morgan

MAWYER, ALEXANDER: From Photons to Electrons: The Film Guide Moving Images of the Pacific Islands, 10:457-465

MAY, R J: The Changing Role of the Military in Papua New Guinea (Saffu), 7:392-394

MAY, R J, AND MATTHEW SPRIGGS, editors: The Bougainville Crisis (Standish), 4:434-440

MCDOWELL, NANCY: The Mundugumor: From the Field Notes of Margaret Mead and Reo Fortune (Lipset), 5:464-465. See also Gewertz and Errington; Lutkehaus

MCPHETRES, SAMUEL: Political reviews of Northern Mariana Islands: in 1988-89, 2:149-151; in 1989-90, 3:182-184; in 1990-91, 4:181-183; in 1991-92, 5:138-141; in 1992-93, 6:166-169; in 1993-94, 7:129-135; in 1994-95, 8:170-173; in 1995-96, 9:198-202; in 1996-97, 10:183-188

MCREYNOLDS, LOUISE. See Barratt

media, 4:299-323; 5:333-363. See also communications

Melanesia: 3:325-355; 4:73-108; 6:267-309; and academic resources, 4:209-214 ; logging in, 9(1)

Melanesia in Review, Issues and Events in 1988, 1:141-166; in 1989, 2:349-375; in 1990, 3:393-421; in 1991, 4:379-406; in 1992, 5:389-429; in 1993, 6:429-466; in 1994, 7:355-378; in 1995, 8:418-442; in 1996, 9:458-505; in 1997, 10:424-455

Melanesian Studies at the University of California, San Diego (Creely), 4:209-214

Melanesian Way, 10:369-390

MELEISEA, MALAMA. See Kramer; Oliver

MELLER, NORMAN. See Leibowitz

MERCER, PATRICIA: White Australia Defied: Pacific Islander Settlement in North Queensland (Boggs), 9:521-522

MERLIN, MARK. See Mitchell, Andrew

MERWICK, DONNA, editor: Dangerous Liaisons: Essays in Honour of Greg Dening (Denoon), 7:200-202

MEYENN, R J. See Crocombe and Crocombe; Gannicott and Avalos

MEYER, ANTHONY J P: Oceanic Art—Ozeanisch Kunst—Art Océanien (Rubinstein), 10:246-253

MICHAL, EDWARD J: American Samoa or Eastern Samoa? The Potential for American Samoa to Become Freely Associated with the United States, 4:137-160; Protected States: The Political Status of the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands, 5:303-332

Micronesia: suicide in, 1:43-74; 7:21-53; and USTTPI archives, 1:167-172; US Government publications on, 3:423-446. See also Federated States of Micronesia, free association; USTTPI

Micronesia in Review, Issues and Events in 1988-89, 2:147-161; in 1989-90, 3:179-190; in 1990-91, 4:177-190; in 1991-92, 5:133-149; in 1992-93, 6:163-176; in 1993-94, 7:126-137; in 1994-95, 8:156-173; in 1995-96, 9:195-217; in 1996-97, 10:179-191

Micronesia in US Government Publications (Wang, Goniwiecha, and Peacock), 3:423-446

microstates, 3:251-287

migrants: Tongan in Australia, 10:1-30; 10:107-151

migration: 3:1-58; and Latin America, 3:115-144; and remittances, 10:107-151; and small island states, 10:65-105; in Tonga, 5:215-242; of Tongans, 10:1-30; and urbanization, 6:267-309

Migration, Metascience, and Development Policy in Island Polynesia (Hayes), 3:1-58

mining. See Bougainville

MITCHELL, ANDREW: The Fragile South Pacific: An Ecological Odyssey (Merlin), 5:194-196

MITCHELL, WILLIAM E. See Lutkehaus and others. See also Hereniko

Models for Masculinity in Colonial and Postcolonial Papua New Guinea (Fife), 7:277-302

modernity, 10:345-368

modernization, 10:289-315

moral panic, 10:317-343

MORGAN, WILLIAM N: Prehistoric Architecture in Micronesia (Mauricio), 3:234-237

MORRISON, CHARLES E. See Fairbairn and others

MORTON, HELEN: Creating Their Own Culture: Diasporic Tongans, 10:1-30; Becoming Tongan: An Ethnography of Childhood (Thaman), 10:256-259

MOULIN, JANE FREEMAN: What’s Mine Is Yours? Cultural Borrowing in a Pacific Context, 8:127-153

mudmen, 8:349-386

MUNRO, DOUG, AND ANDREW THORNLEY, editors: The Covenant Makers: Islander Missionaries in the Pacific (Huber), 10:475-477

MURTON, BRIAN. See Bonnemaison

museum exhibits, 5:243-274

music: 8:127-153; popular, 10:317-343

musicians, 10:317-343

MUTU, MARGARET: Political reviews of Maori Issues in 1993-94, 7:152-155; in 1994-94, 8:187-191; in 1995-96, 9:233-236; in 1996-97, 10:212-216

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NAIDU, VIJAY. See Waddell and others

NARSEY, WADAN. See Knapman

NASH, JILL. See Errington and Gewertz

Nationalism and Independence: The Political Thought of Jean-Marie Tjibaou (Bensa and Wittersheim), 10:369-390

nation building: in Cook Islands, 6:371-396; in New Caledonia , 10:369-390. See also sovereignty; decolonization

Native Hawaiian Issues: 3:159-167; 3:380-392. See also Hawai‘i; indigenous rights; sovereignty; decolonization

Native Hawaiian Issues: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Trask), 2:168-171; in 1989-90 (Trask), 3:198-200; in 1990-91 (Trask), 4:199-201; in 1992-93 (Trask), 6:181-183; in 1993-94 (Young), 7:148-152. See also Hawaiian Issues

Natives and Anthropologists: The Colonial Struggle (Trask), 3:159-167

Nauru: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Inder), 2:159-161; in 1989-90 (Inder), 3:188-190; in 1990-91 (Inder), 4:188-190; in 1991-92 (Olsson), 5:144-147; in 1993-94 (Olsson), 7:134-137

NEALL, VINCENT E. See Neumann

NEEMIA, UENTABO. See Crocombe and others

NEKITEL, OTTO, STEVEN WINDUO, AND SARAKOPE KAMENE, editors: Critical Development and Literacy (Lake), 10:274-276

NERO, KAREN. See Dark and Rose; Linnekin and Poyer

NEUENFELDT, KARL: Grassroots, Rock(s), and Reggae: Music and Mayhem at the Port Moresby Show, 10:317-343

NEUMANN, KLAUS: “In Order to Win Their Friendship”: Renegotiating First Contact, 6:111-145; The Stench of the Past: Revisionism in Pacific Islands and Australian History, 10:31-64; Not the Way It Really Was: Constructing the Tolai Past (Herda), 6:231-233; Rabaul Yu Swit Moa Yet and Tavurvur I Puongo: Students’ Accounts of the 1994 Eruptions in East New Britain (Neall), 10:494-496. See also Torgovnick

NEWBRANDER, WILLIAM C. See Thomason and others

NEWBURY, COLIN. See Aldrich

New Caledonia: 1:97-132; nation building, 10:369-390

New Caledonia: Political reviews: in 1988 (Connell), 1:152-155; in 1989 (Connell), 2:361-365; in 1990 (Pillon), 3:405-407; in 1991 (Sodter), 4:392-394; in 1992 (Sodter), 5:408-411; in 1993 (Sodter), 6:444-446; in 1994 (Chappell), 7:360-363; in 1995 (Chappell), 8:425-428; in 1996 (Chappell), 9:474-479; in 1997 (Chappell), 10:441-446

NEWITT, MALYN D D. See Hintjens and Newitt

NEWTON, DOUGLAS. See Lutkehaus and others

The New Tribe: Conflicts and Continuities in the Social Organization of Urban Maori (Maaka), 6:311-336

New Zealand: 3:59-84; 5:75-102; 7:328-344; 8:51-79; conservation in, 9:383-398; and Fiji Coups, 2:37-58; museum exhibits, 5:243-274; and Treaty of Waitangi, 3:85-113. See also Aotearoa; Maori; Maori issues

New Zealand and the South Pacific (Thakur), 5:75-102

Niue: Political reviews (Levine): in 1988-89, 2:173-175; in 1989-90, 3:203-205; in 1990-91, 4:203-205; in 1991-92, 5:158-161; in 1992-93, 6:185-189; in 1993-94, 7:155-159; in 1994-95, 8:191-197; in 1995-96, 9:236-242; in 1996-97, 10:216-222

nongovernment organizations: in Papua New Guinea, 9:97-120; in Solomon Islands, 9:157-166

Northern Mariana Islands. See Micronesia; USTTPI; freely associated states

Northern Mariana Islands: Political reviews (McPhetres): in 1988-89, 2:149-151; in 1989-90, 3:182-184; in 1990-91, 4:181-183; in 1991-92, 5:138-141; in 1992-93, 6:166-169; in 1993-94, 7:129-134; in 1994-95, 8:170-173; in 1995-96, 9:198-202; in 1996-97, 10:183-188

NORTON, ROBERT. See Kelly; Mara; Sutherland

novels, 10:154-163

nuclear issues: 1:97-132; 3:59-84; 6:87-109. See also French Polynesia; Belau; Compact of Free Association; United States; Marshall Islands

NUNN, PATRICK. See Waddell and Nunn

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OBEYESEKERE, GANANATH: The Apotheosis of Captain Cook: European Mythmaking in the Pacific (Parmentier), 6:238-240

O’CARROLL, JOHN. See Singh

The Ocean in Us (Hau‘ofa), 10:391-400

OGAN, EUGENE. See Wesley-Smith and Ogan. See also Beckett; Carrier; Kaplan; Thomas, Nicholas

OGDEN, MICHAEL R: Political review of Marshall Islands in 1994-95, 8:164-169

O’HANLON, MICHAEL: Paradise: Portraying the New Guinea Highlands (Kahn), 8:244-246

OLIVER, DOUGLAS: Oceania: The Native Cultures of Australia and the Pacific Islands (Shore), 3:214-215; The Pacific Islands (Meleisea), 3:216-216

OLSSON, JULIE: Political reviews of Nauru in 1991-92, 5:144-147; in 1993-94, 7:134-137

O’MEARA, J TIM: Samoan Planters: Tradition and Economic Development in Polynesia (Linnekin), 5:454-456

Online Access to the Trust Territory Archives Photograph Collection (Peacock), 7:177-186

“In Order to Win Their Friendship”: Renegotiating First Contact (Neumann), 6:111-145

OSMUNDSEN, LITA. See Lutkehaus and others

OSORIO, JONATHAN. See Kame‘eleihiwa

OTTO, TON. See Foster

OTTO, TON, AND ROBERT J VERLOOP: The Asaro Mudmen: Local Property, Public Culture? 8:349-386

OTTO, TON, AND NICHOLAS THOMAS, editors: Narratives of a Nation in the South Pacific (Larmour), 10:477-480

Our Sea of Islands (Hau‘ofa), 6:147-161

OVERTON, JOHN: Farms, Suburbs, or Retirement Homes? The Transformation of Village Fiji, 5:45-74. See also Ward and Kingdon

Pacific films, 10:457-465

Pacific literature, 10:154-163

The Pacific Manuscripts Bureau: Preserving and Disseminating Pacific Documentation (Cunningham and Maidment), 8:443-454

The Pacific: A Poisoned Nuclear Lake (Galtung), 1:173-180

Pacific videos, 10:457-465

PADOCH, CHRISTINE. See Brookfield, Potter, and Byron

Palau: Political review in 1996-97 (Shuster), 10:188-191. See also Belau

Papua New Guinea: architecture, 3:289-324; Bougainville crisis, 4:245-267; 4:269-298; 4:299-323; 4:325-343; capitalism and class, 10:345-368; chiefly models, 8:1-31; conservation, 9:97-120; constitutions, 2:313-333; customary law, 2:279-311; economics, 4:346-354; forest exploitation, 9:25-38; historical revisionism, 10:31-64; indigenous rights, 4:355-359; 4:360-367; 4:376-378; masculinity, 7:277-302; mudmen, 8:349-386; museum exhibits, 5:243-274; rascals, 7:55-80; social movements, 3:325-355; telecommunications, 5:333-363; Tok Pisin, 7:81-123; villages, 3:325-355; 4:373-375. See also Bougainville; Region in Review

Papua New Guinea: Political reviews (Wesley-Smith): in 1988, 1:155-159; in 1989, 2:365-369; in 1990, 3:407-414; in 1991, 4:394-400; in 1992, 5:411-421; in 1993, 6:446-457; in 1994, 7:364-374; in 1995, 8:428-436; in 1996, 9:479-487; in 1997, 10:446-455

Papuan languages, 8:1-31

Papua New Guinea’s New Parliament House: A Contested National Symbol (Rosi), 3:289-324

PARKER, LINDA S: Native American Estate: The Struggle over Indian and Hawaiian Lands (Mackenzie), 3:217-219

PARMENTIER, RICHARD J: The Rhetoric of Free Association and Palau’s Political Struggle, 3:146-158. See also Obeyesekere; Poyer

Pavuvu, Solomon Islands, 9:157-166

PEACOCK, KAREN M: Across All Micronesia: Records of the US Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands, 1:167-172; Robert E Gibson, Educator and Advocate of Justice, 5:386-388; Renée Heyum, Librarian and Bibliographer sans Pareil, 7:345-348; Indexing the Islands: Creating a Pacific Periodical Database, 5:431-435; Online Access to the Trust Territory Archives Photograph Collection, 7:177-186. See also Lal and Peacock; Wang and others

pearl farming, 8:33-49

Pearl Harbor, 8:81-125

PEATTIE, MARK R: Nan’yo: The Rise and Fall of the Japanese in Micronesia, 1885-1945 (Poyer), 1:196-198

performance arts, 10:317-343

PETERSEN, GLENN: The Federated States of Micronesia’s 1990 Constitutional Convention: Calm Before the Storm? 6:337-369. See also Clifford

From Photons to Electrons: The Film Guide Moving Images of the Pacific Islands (Mawyer), 10:457-465

The Piano, 8:51-79

Pidgin, 7:81-123. See also languages

PILLON, PATRICK: Political review of New Caledonia in 1990, 3:405-407

PINEDO-VASQUEZ, MIGUEL. See Reed

PIRIE, PETER. See Cole

Pohnpei: and suicide, 1:43-74. See also Federated States of Micronesia; Micronesia in Review

POIRINE, BERNARD: Should We Hate or Love MIRAB? 10:65-105; Tahiti: Stratégie pour l’après-nucléaire (Finney), 6:251-253

POLANSKY, PATRICIA: Russian Books on the Pacific, 1984-1988: A Review Essay, 2:377-388

policy formation, 9:305-344

POLLARD, STEPHEN. See Van Trease

POLLOCK, NANCY. See Cohen

POLOMKA, PETER: Bougainville: Perspectives on a Crisis (Standish), 4:434-440

Polynesia: migration and development in, 3:1-58; clowning in, 6:1-28

Polynesia in Review, Issues and Events in 1988-89, 2:162-181; in 1989-90, 3:191-211; in 1990-91, 4:191-208; in 1991-92, 5:150-169; in 1992-93, 177-200; in 1993-94, 7:138-176; in 1994-95, 8:174-206; in 1995-96, 9:218-260; in 1996-97, 10:192-243

Polynesian Cultural Center, 6:59-86

Ponape. See Pohnpei

popular music, 10:317-343

population issues: 3:1-58; in Tonga, 5:215-242

Port Moresby Show, 10:317-343

postcolonialism: in Australia and Papua New Guinea, 10:31-64

postmodernism, 9:345-381

POTTER, LESLEY. See Brookfield, Potter, and Byron

POTTER, ROBERT. See Gannicott

power structures, 9:305-344

POYER, LIN, The Ngatik Massacre: History and Identity on a Micronesian Atoll (Parmentier), 7:204-206. See also Linnekin and Poyer; Hezel; Peattie

PRAKASH, GYAN, editor: After Colonialism: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements (Hanlon), 9:295-299

PRASAD, SATENDRA: Coup and Crisis: Fiji a Year Later (Macdonald), 2:197-207

praxis, 9:345-381

prestige: and crime in Papua New Guinea, 7:55-80

Protected States: The Political Status of the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of the Marshall Islands (Michal), 5:303-332

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QUANCHI, MAX. See Fairbairn and others

QUODLING, PAUL W: Bougainville: Some Financial and Ownership Issues, 4:346-354; Bougainville, The Mine and the People (Filer), 4:440-442

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race relations: 3:172-177; 8:51-79; 8:388-408. See also ethnicity; individual political entities

RAFAEL, VICENTE L: Contracting Colonialism: Translation and Christian Conversion in Tagalog Society under Early Spanish Rule (Diaz), 3:227-230. See also Rosaldo

Rainbow Warrior affair, 1:97-132

RALSTON, CAROLINE: The Study of Women in the Pacific, 4:161-175; Maori Women and the Politics of Tradition: What Roles and Power Did, Do, and Should Maori Women Exercise? 5:23-44. See also Linnekin

RAPAPORT, MOSHE: Between Two Laws: Tenure Regimes in the Pearl Islands, 8:33-49; political reviews of French Polynesia in 1988-89, 2:166-168; in 1989-90, 3:195-198; in 1990-91, 4:196-199; in 1992-93, 6:179-181

Rapa Nui. See Easter Island

Rarotonga, Treaty of. See South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty

The Rascal Road: Crime, Prestige, and Development in Papua New Guinea (Goddard), 7:55-80

RAVENHILL, JOHN: No Longer an American Lake? (Dorrance), 4:229-231

RAVUVU, ASESELA: The Façade of Democracy: Fijian Struggles for Political Control, 1830-1987 (Lal), 5:172-175. See also Crocombe and others

RAYNOR, BILL. See Clarke and Thaman

READ, KENNETH: Return to the High Valley: Coming Full Circle (Zelenietz), 1:205-207

The Realization of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights (International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs), 4:355-359

REED, RICHARD K: Prophets of Agroforestry: Guarani Communities and Commercial Gathering (Pinedo-Vasquez), 9:262-263

REGENVANU, RALPH, STEPHEN W WYATT, AND LUCA TACCONI: Changing Forestry Regimes in Vanuatu: Is Sustainable Management Possible? 9:73-96

Region in Review: International Issues and Events in 1988 (Herr), 1:141-150; in 1989 (Herr), 2:349-357; in 1990 (Fry), 3:393-400; in 1991 (Fry), 4:379-386; in 1992 (Fry), 5:389-402; in 1993 (Henningham), 6:429-437; in 1994 (Henningham), 7:350-354; in 1995 (Strokirch), 8:410-417; in 1996 (Strokirch), 9:448-457; in 1997 (Strokirch), 10:412-423

Regional Arms Control in the South Pacific: Island State Responses to Australia’s Nuclear Free Zone Initiative (Hamel-Green), 3:59-84

regional organizations. See Region in Review; names of organizations

Regional Dynamics and Conservation in Papua New Guinea: The Lakekamu River Basin Project (Kirsch), 9:97-120

Regional Politics, Ethnicity, and Custom in Fiji (Thomas), 2:131-146

regression: and migrant remittances, 10:107-151

Regulating the Forest Industry in Papua New Guinea: An Interview with Brian D Brunton (Brunton and Barlow), 9:149-156

REILLY MICHAEL P J: Entangled in Maori History: A Report on Experience, 8:387-408

religion, 2:87-111; 3:325-355; 6:59-86

remittances: 3:1-58; to Fiji, 5:45-74; in MIRAB economies, 10:65-105; to Tonga 6:248-251; 10:107-151; to Western Samoa, 4:109-135; 6:248-251; 10:107-151

Reply To Trask (Keesing), 3:168-171

Researching the Fiji Coups (Lal and Peacock), 2:183-195

resources articles: Across All Micronesia: Records of the US Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (Peacock), 1:167-172; Development and Crisis in Bougainville: A Bibliographic Essay (Wesley-Smith), 4:407-432; Hawaiian Sovereignty (Tachihata), 6:201-210; Indexing the Islands: Creating a Pacific Periodical Database (Peacock), 5:432-435; Logging the Southwestern Pacific: Bibliographic Review Essay (Halvaksz and Hochberg), 9:167-193; Melanesian Studies at the University of California, San Diego (Creely), 4:209-214; Micronesia in US Government Publications (Wang, Goniwiecha, and Peacock), 3:423-446; The New Zealand and Pacific Collection at the University of Auckland (Innes), 8:207-212; Online Access to the Trust Territory Archives Photograph Collection (Peacock), 7:177-186; The Pacific Manuscripts Bureau: Preserving and Disseminating Pacific Documentation (Cunningham and Maidment), 8:443-454; From Photons to Electrons: The Film Guide Moving Images of the Pacific Islands (Mawyer), 10:457-465; Researching the Fiji Coups (Lal and Peacock), 2:183-195; Russian Books on the Pacific, 1984-1988: A Review Essay (Polansky), 2:377-388

resource management, 2:233-253; 9(1)

resource owners: 9, 157-166

The Resurgence of Maori Art: Conflicts and Continuities in the Eighties (Mané-Wheoki), 7:1-19

REYNOLDS, HENRY: The Law of the Land (Matsuda), 1:182-185

The Rhetoric of Free Association and Palau’s Political Struggle (Parmentier), 3:146-158

The Right to Misrepresent (Denoon), 9:400-418

RITCHIE, JAMES. See Borofsky

RITOVA, STAN. See Dean and Ritova

ROBERTSON, ROBERT T, AND AKOSITA TAMANISAU: Fiji: Shattered Coups (Macdonald), 2:197-207

ROBIE, DAVID: Blood on Their Banner: Nationalist Struggles in the South Pacific (Firth), 3:448-449

ROBIE, DAVID, editor: Nius Bilong Pasifik: Mass Media in the Pacific (Layton), 8:246-249

ROBILLARD, ALBERT B: Social Change in the Pacific Islands (Howard), 6:245-247

RODMAN, MARGARET CRITCHLOW: A Critique of “Place” through Field Museum’s Pacific Exhibits, 5:243-274; Deep Water: Development and Change in Pacific Village Fisheries (Britton), 2:396-399

ROFF, SUE RABBITT: Overreaching in Paradise: United States Policy in Palau since 1945 (Smith), 4:458-460

ROGERS, PAUL. See Landais-Stamp and Rogers

ROGERS, ROBERT F: Destiny’s Landfall: A History of Guam (Hattori), 9:275-277

ROMAINE, SUZANNE: Birds of a Different Feather: Tok Pisin and Hawai‘i Creole English as Literary Languages, 7:81-123. See also Kulick

Romanticizing Colonialism: Power and Pleasure in Jane Campion’s The Piano (DuPuis), 8:51-79

ROSALDO, RENATO: Culture and Truth: The Remaking of Social Analysis (Rafael), 3:469-472

ROSCO, PAUL. See Lutkehaus and Roscoe

ROSE, ROGER G: Reconciling the Past: Two Basketry Ka‘ai and the Legendary Liloa and Lonoikamakahiki (Cachola-Abad), 8:224-226. See also Dark and Rose

ROSI, PAMELA C: Papua New Guinea’s New Parliament House: A Contested National Symbol, 3:289-324

Rota. See Northern Mariana Islands

ROUGHAN, JOHN: Solomon Island Nongovernment Organizations: Major Environmental Actors, 9:157-166

Royal Backbone and Body Politic: Aristocratic Titles and Cook Islands Nationalism since Self-Government (Sisson), 6:371-396

RUBINSTEIN, DONALD H: Love and Suffering: Adolescent Socialization and Suicide in Micronesia, 7:21-53. See also Finney; Meyer; Tavarelli; Thomas

rural development, 10:289-315

Russian Books on the Pacific, 1984-1988: A Review Essay (Polansky), 2:377-388

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SAFFU, YAW: The Bougainville Crisis and Politics in Papua New Guinea, 4:325-343. See also Liria; May

SAHLINS, MARSHALL: Historical Ethnography, volume 1 of Anahulu: The Anthropology of History in the Kingdom of Hawaii, reviews (Anderson, Dening, Kame‘eleihiwa) and responses, 6:212-224; How “Natives” Think: About Captain Cook, for Example (Hooper), 8:460-462

Saipan. See Northern Mariana Islands; Micronesia in Review

SALMOND, ANNE: Two Worlds: First Meetings Between Maori and Europeans, 1647-1772 (Keenan), 5:444-447

Samoa. See Western Samoa

Samoa, American. See American Samoa

Samoa, Western. See Western Samoa

SAMOU, SALOME. See Laracy

sample survey: and remittances, 10:107-151

SAULEI, SIMON, Forest Exploitation in Papua New Guinea, 9:25-38

SCAGLION, RICHARD: Chiefly Models in Papua New Guinea, 8:1-31. See also Smith, Michael

SCARR, DERYCK: Fiji, Politics of Illusion: The Military Coups in Fiji (Macdonald), 2:197-207; The History of the Pacific Islands: Kingdoms of the Reefs (Thomas), 4:225-227

SCARR, DERYCK, editor: France in the Pacific: Past, Present and Future (Ward), 5:469-472

SCHIEFFELIN, EDWARD L, AND ROBERT CRITTENDEN: Like People You See in a Dream: First Contact in Six Papuan Societies (Strathern), 5:442-444

SCHOEFFEL, PENELOPE: Sociocultural Issues and Economic Development in the Pacific Islands (Sutherland), 10:269-271. See also Emberson-Bain

SCHOORL, J W: Culture and Change among the Muyu (Welsch), 8:236-238

SCHUSTER, MEINHARD. See Lutkehaus and others

SCHÜTZ, ALBERT J: The Voices of Eden: A History of Hawaiian Language Studies (Wilson), 8:463-465

SCHWARZ, SIG. See Hereniko and Teaiwa

SCOTT, DOUGLAS. See Browne and Scott

sea-level change, 1:1-18

self-determination. See colonialism; decolonization; nationalism; sovereignty

sexism, 8:51-79. See also gender issues

SHANKMAN, PAUL. See Howard and Borofsky

SHARRAD, PAUL. See Campbell, Alistair; Whaitiri and Sullivan

SHNUKAL, ANNA. See Ganter

SHORE, BRADD. See Duranti; Oliver

Shortlands Worry (Ului and Baird), 4:373-375

short stories, 10:154-163

Should We Hate or Love MIRAB? (Poirine), 10:65-105

SHUSTER, DONALD R: Political reviews of Belau in 1988-89, 2:148-149; in 1989-90, 3:180-182; in 1990-91, 4:178-181; in 1991-92, 5:134-138; in 1992-93, 6:164-166; in 1993-94, 7:126-129; in 1994-95, 8:156-158; in 1995-96, 9:196-198; political reviews of Guam in 1994-95, 8:160-164; in 1995-96, 9:202-208; political review of Palau in 1996-97, 10:188-191

SILVERMAN, ERIC. See Douglas, Ngaire; Harrison

SILVERMAN, MARTIN. See Grimble

Simply Chamorro: Telling Tales of Demise and Survival in Guam (Diaz), 6:29-58

SINAVAIANA-GABBARD, CAROLINE. See Figiel

SINGE, JOHN: The Torres Strait: People and History (Fitzpatrick), 4:452-454

SINGH, ANIRUDH: Silent Warriors (O’Carroll), 5:474-477

SISSONS, JEFFREY: Conspiracy, Class, and Culture in Oceania: A View from the Cook Islands, 10:164-178; Royal Backbone and Body Politic: Aristocratic Titles and Cook Islands Nationalism since Self-Government, 6:371-396

SIWATIBU, SAVENACA. See Bauer and others

SKULLY, MICHAEL: Political review of Kiribati in 1995-96, 9:208-210

Sleights of Hand and the Construction of Desire in a Papua New Guinea Modernity (Gewertz and Errington), 10:345-368

small island economies, 8:259-290; 10:65-105

SMITH, DEVERNE. See Roff

SMITH, GARY: Micronesia: Decolonisation and US Military Interests in the Trust Territories of the Pacific Islands (Alcalay), 5:467-468

SMITH, MICHAEL FRENCH: Hard Times on Kairiru Island: Poverty, Development, and Morality in a Papua New Guinea Village (Scaglion), 7:404-406

social change: in Cook Islands, 6:371-396; and Fiji coups, 2:87-111; and Fijian villages, 5:45-74; in Guam, 6:29-58; and Maori, 6:311-336; and masculinity, 7:55-80; 7:277-302; and Melanesian cities, 6:267-309; and migration, 3:1-58; in Papua New Guinea, 2:279-311; 4:245-267; and suicide 7:21-53; 1:43-74; in Tahiti, 2:255-278; and telecommunications, 5:333-363; and tourism development, 5:104-111; and traditional knowledge, 2:233-253; and transportation technology, 5:1-21; and women, 2:113-130

social movements: in Papua New Guinea, 3:325-355; new, in Solomon Islands, 9:39-72

The Social and Religious Scene in Fiji since the Coups (Garrett), 2:87-111

SODTER, FRANÇOIS: Political reviews of New Caledonia: in 1991, 4:392-394; in 1992, 5:408-411; in 1993, 6:444-446; political reviews of Wallis and Futuna: in 1991-92, 5:167-169; in 1992-93, 6:195-197; in 1993-94, 7:167-170

Solomon Island Nongovernment Organizations: Major Environmental Actors (Roughan), 9:157-166

Solomon Islands: chiefs, 4:73-108; constitution, 1:203-205; 2:313-333; land, 7:243-275; logging, 9:39-72, 9:157-166; prehistory, 4:269-298; rural development, 10:289-315

Solomon Islands: Political reviews: in 1988 (Gegeo), 1:159-163; in 1989 (Tuza), 2:369-373; in 1990 (Ipo), 3:414-417; in 1991 (Fugui), 4:400-403; in 1992 (Wate), 5:421-426; in 1993 (Fugui and Wate), 6:457-463; in 1996 (Kabutaulaka), 9:487-497

Solomon Islands Development Trust, 9:157-166

SO‘O, ASOFOU: Political review of Samoa in 1996-97, 10:222-230

South Pacific Forum, 2:37-58; 3:59-84. See also Region in Review

South Pacific Island Futures: Paradise, Prosperity, or Pauperism? (Ward), 5:1-21

South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty (SPNFZ), 1:97-132; 3:59-84

SOUTH PACIFIC POLICY REVIEW GROUP: Towards a Pacific Island Community (Alley), 3:243-245

sovereignty: 1:75-96; 3:380-392; of American Samoa, 4:137-160; of Federated States of Micronesia and Marshall Islands, 5:303-332; of Papua New Guinea, 3:289-324. See also decolonization

Sovereignty and Independence in the Contemporary Pacific (Firth), 1:75-96

SPATE, OSKAR: On the Margins of History: From the Punjab to Fiji (Clarke), 5:438-440

special issues: Bougainville crisis, 4(2); Fiji coups, 2(1); logging 9(1)

Specters of Inauthenticity (Jolly), 4:49-72

SPENCER, MICHAEL, ALAN WARD, AND JOHN CONNELL: New Caledonia: Essays in Nationalism and Dependency (Chappell), 1:193-195

SPRIGGS, MATTHEW: Facing the Nation: Archaeologists and Hawaiians in the Era of Sovereignty, 3:380-392; Alternative Prehistories for Bougainville: Regional, National, or Micronational, 4:469-298. See also May and Spriggs

STANDISH, BILL: Interim Reports on the Bougainville Crisis, 4:434-440. See also Brown; May and Spriggs; Polomka

STANNARD, DAVID E: Before the Horror: The Population of Hawai‘i on the Eve of Western Contact (Kirch), 2:394-396

The Stench of the Past: Revisionism in Pacific Islands and Australian History (Neumann), 10:31-64

STEPHEN, MICHELE. See Herdt and Stephen

STEPHENSON, CAROLYN. See Landais-Stamp and Rogers

STEVENSON, KAREN: “Heiva”: Continuity and Change of a Tahitian Celebration, 2:255-278. See also Bonnemaison, Huffman, Kaufmann, and Tryon

STEWART, JULIANNE, BRUCE HORSFIELD, AND PETER G COOK: Television and Dependency: A Case Study of Policy Making in Fiji and Papua New Guinea, 5:333-363

STEWART, FRANK, editor: Homeland: Special Focus—New Writing from New Zealand (Sharrad), 10:488-490

STILLMAN, AMY. See Webb, Michael

STRATHERN, ANDREW: Voices of Conflict (Brison), 7:394-396. See also Schieffelin and Crittenden

STRATHERN, MARILYN: Dealing with Inequality: Analysing Gender Relations in Melanesia and Beyond (Biersack), 3:451-454. See also Godelier and Strathern; Jolly

STROKIRCH, KARIN VON: Political reviews of French Polynesia in 1993-94, 7:144-148; in 1994-95, 8:182-187; in 1995-96, 9:227-233; in 1996-97, 10:198-205; political reviews of Region in 1995, 8:410-417; in 1996, 9:447-457; in 1997, 10:411-423. See also vom Busch

Structural Adjustment in Fiji under the Interim Government, 1987-1992 (Akram-Lodhi), 8:259-290

The Struggle for Control of Solomon Island Forests (Frazer), 9:39-72

The Study of Women in the Pacific (Ralston), 4:161-175

SUBRAMANI: Altering Imagination (Tawake), 9:532-535

suicide, 1:43-74; 7:21-53

Suicide and the Micronesian Family (Hezel), 1:43-74

SULLIVAN, ROBERT. See Stewart, Frank

sustainable development: 2:233-253; 4:109-135; and small island states, 10:65-105; in Vanuatu, 9:73-96. See also development; economic issues; resource management

SUTHERLAND, WILLIAM: Beyond the Politics of Race: An Alternative History of Fiji to 1992 (Norton), 6:241-243. See also Schoeffel

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TAAFAKI, TAUAASA: Political review of Tuvalu in 1996-97, 10:240-243

taboo, 8:81-125

TACCONI, LUCA. See Regenvanu, Wyatt, and Tacconi

TACHIHATA, CHIEKO, Hawaiian Sovereignty, 6:201-210

Tahiti: 2:255-278; art in, 5:243-274. See also French Polynesia

TAMANISAU, AKOSITA. See Robertson and Tamanisau

TARTE, SANDRA: Political reviews of Fiji in 1989, 2:358-361; in 1990, 3:401-405; in 1995, 8:418-425; in 1996, 9:458-468; in 1997, 10:424-433

TAVARELLI, ANDREW, editor: Protection, Power and Display: Shields of Island Southeast Asia and Melanesia (Rubinstein), 10:246-253

TAWAKE, SANDRA. See Duff; Subramani

TAYLOR, MICHAEL: Fiji: Future Imperfect? (Durutalo), 2:214-215

TEAIWA, TERESIA K: bikinis and other s/pacific n/oceans, 6:87-109. See also Hereniko and Teaiwa; Waddell and others; Wilson, Lynn

technological change, 5:1-21; 5:333-363

TEIWAKI, RONITI: Political reviews of Kiribati in 1989-90, 3:186-188; in 1991-92, 5:147-149; in 1992-93, 6:175-176

Television and Dependency: A Case Study of Policy Making in Fiji and Papua New Guinea (Stewart, Horsfield, and Cook), 5:333-363

Text Bites and the R-Word: The Politics of Representing Scholarship (Linnekin), 3:172-177

THAKUR, RAMESH: New Zealand and the South Pacific, 5:75-102; The South Pacific: Problems, Issues and Prospects (Crocombe), 5:201-203

THAMAN, KONAI HELU: Beyond Hula, Hotels, and Handicrafts: A Pacific Islander’s Perspective of Tourism Development, 5:104-111. See also Morton.

THAMAN, RANDOLPH R. See Clarke and Thaman

THEROUX, PAUL: The Happy Isles of Oceania: Paddling the Pacific (Farber), 5:383-385

THISTLETHWAITE, BOB, AND DERRIN DAVIS: A Sustainable Future for Melanesia? Natural Resources, Population and Development (Gegeo), 10:265-269

THOMAS, NICHOLAS: Regional Politics, Ethnicity, and Custom in Fiji, 2:131-146; The Dream of Joseph: Practices of Identity in Pacific Art, 8:291-317; From Exhibit to Exhibitionism: Recent Polynesian Presentations of “Otherness,” 8:319-348; Colonialism’s Culture: Anthropology, Travel and Government (Ogan), 7:387-389; Entangled Objects: Exchange, Material Culture, and Colonialism in the Pacific (Kaplan), 5:452-454; Oceanic Art (Rubinstein), 10:246-253; Out of Time: History and Evolution in Anthropological Discourse (Herzfeld), 4:465-467. See also Otto and Thomas; Scarr

THOMAS, STEPHEN D: The Last Navigator (Finney), 1:198-199

THOMASON, JANE A, WILLIAM C NEWBRANDER, AND RIITA-LIISA KOLEHMAINEN-AITKEN: Decentralization in a Developing Country: The Experience of Papua New Guinea and Its Health Service (Desowitz), 5:465-467

THOMPSON, CHRISTINA A: In Whose Face? An Essay on the Work of Alan Duff, 6:398-413

THOMPSON, MARY ANNE: Political review of Kiribati in 1988-89, 2:156-157

Thy Kingdom Come: The Democratization of Aristocratic Tonga (Hau‘ofa), 6:414-428

Tinian. See Northern Mariana Islands

TJIBAOU, JEAN-MARIE: La présence kanak (Waddell), 9:538-540; political thought of, 10:369-390

Tok Pisin, 7:81-123

Tokelau, 1:75-96. See also Region in Review

Tokelau: Political reviews (Levine): in 1988-89, 2:175-176; in 1989-90, 3:205-208; in 1990-91, 4:205-208; in 1991-92, 5:161-163; in 1992-93, 6:189-192; in 1993-94, 7:159-164; in 1994-95, 8:197-202; in 1995-96, 9:242-247; in 1996-97, 10:230-236

Tonga: 3:357-378; 5:215-242; 6:414-428; remittances to, 10:107-151

Tonga: Political reviews (James): in 1991-92, 5:163-166; in 1992-93, 6:192-195; in 1993-94, 7:164-167; in 1994-95, 8:202-206; in 1995-96, 9:247-254; in 1996-97, 10:236-239

Tongans: in Melbourne, 10:1-30

TORGOVNICK, MARIANNA: Gone Primitive: Savage Intellects, Modern Lives (Neumann), 3:472-474

tourism, 3:251-287; 5:104-111; 6:59-86; 6:87-109; 8:127-153; 8:349-386

trade liberalization, 8:259-290

tradition: and chiefs, 4:73-108; and class in Cook Islands, 10:164-178; invention of, 1:19-42; 2:255-278; 3:159-177; 4:49-72; 8:349-386; 9:345-381; in Papua New Guinea villages, 2:279-311, 3:325-355; and women, 5:23-44. See also custom; kastom.

traditional knowledge, 2:233-253

Tradition in the Politics of the Pacific: Interviews with Simione Durutalo and Bishop Patelesio Finau (Ewins), 9:430-445

TRASK, HAUNANI-KAY: Natives and Anthropologists: The Colonial Struggle, 3:159-167; Political reviews of Native Hawaiian Issues in 1988-89, 2:168-171; in 1989-90, 3:198-200; in 1990-91, 4:199-201; in 1992-93, 6:181-183

Treaty of Waitangi. See Waitangi, Treaty of.

TROMPF, GARY W: Melanesian Religion (Biersack), 4:467-469; Payback: The Logic of Retribution in Melanesian Religions (Lindstrom), 8:229-231

Truk. See Chuuk

Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands. See United States Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands

Tuamotu Archipelago, 8:33-49. See also French Polynesia

TUIMALEALI‘IFANO, A MORGAN: Political reviews of Western Samoa in 1992-93, 6:198-200; in 1993-94, 7:170-176

TURNER, JAMES WEST: Continuity and Constraint: Reconstructing the Concept of Tradition from a Pacific Perspective, 9:345-381

Tuvalu: Political review in 1996-97 (Taafaki), 10:240-243

TUZA, ESAU: Political review of Solomon Islands in 1989, 2:369-373

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ULUI, MARTINA, AND NICOLA BAIRD: Shortlands Worry, 4:373-375

Uncertain Sequel: The Social and Religious Scene in Fiji since the Coups (Garrett), 2:87-111

UNDERWOOD, ROBERT: Political review of Guam in 1988-89, 2:153-156

Unhappy in the Isles of Oceania (Farber), 5:383-385

United Nations. See Micronesia; United States Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands; Region in Review

United Nations Working Group on Indigenous Populations (statement read by Lepani), 4:360-367

United States Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (UNTTPI): 1:75-96; 1:167-172; 5:303-332; 6:337-369. See also Federated States of Micronesia; Micronesia; Region in Review

University of the South Pacific, 4:1-47; 5:366-382

urbanization: and Maori, 6:311-336; in Melanesia, 6:267-309; in Tonga, 5:215-242

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VAKATORA, TOMASI R: From the Mangrove Swamps (Macdonald), 2:197-207

VAN DER GRIJP, PAUL: Islanders of the South: Production, Kinship and Ideology in the Polynesian Kingdom of Tonga (James), 7:211-213

VAN TREASE, HOWARD: The Politics of Land in Vanuatu: From Colony to Independence (Lindstrom), 2:219-221; Atoll Politics: The Republic of Kiribati (Pollard), 7:226-228

Vanuatu: Logging in, 9:73-96

Vanuatu: Political reviews: in 1988 (Connell), 1:163-166; in 1989 (Bonnemaison and Huffer), 2:373-375; in 1990 (Adams), 3:418-421; in 1991 (Henningham), 4:403-406; in 1992 (Henningham), 5:426-429; in 1993 (Henningham), 6:463-466; in 1994 (Henningham), 7:374-378; in 1995 (Ambrose), 8:437-442; in 1996 (Ambrose), 9:497-505

VERLOOP, ROBERT J. See Otto and Verloop

videography, 10:457-465

villages: in Fiji, 5:45-74; in Papua New Guinea, 2:279-311; 3:325-355

VOM BUSCH, WERNER, AND OTHERS, editors: New Politics in the South Pacific (Strokirch), 10:271-273

VUROBARAVU, MYRIAM DORNOY. See Bonnemaison

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WADDELL, ERIC. See Aldrich; Arreghini and Waniez; Chapman and Dupon; Henningham; Tjibaou

WADDELL, ERIC, VIJAY NAIDU, AND EPELI HAU‘OFA, editors: A New Oceania: Rediscovering Our Sea of Islands (Teaiwa), 8:214-217

WADDELL, ERIC, AND PATRICK D NUNN, editors: The Margin Fades: Geographical Itineraries in a World of Islands (Chapman), 8:222-224

Waitangi, Treaty of, 3:85-113. See also New Zealand

WAITE, DEBORAH. See Chaaplain

WALKER, RANGINUI J: Political reviews of Maori Issues in 1988-89, 2:171-173; in 1989-90, 3:200-202; in 1992, 4:201-203; in 1991-92, 5:156-158; in 1992-93, 6:183-185; Nga Tau Tohetohe: Years of Anger (Ward), 4:218-220

Wallis and Futuna, 1:97-132. See also French Pacific, Region in Review

Wallis and Futuna: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Bonnemaison), 2:176-178; in 1991-92 (Sodter), 5:167-169; in 1992-93 (Sodter), 6:195-197; in 1993-94 (Sodter), 7:167-170

WALSH, A CROSBIE: Development that Works! Lessons from Asia-Pacific (Hooper), 6:491-493. See also Connell and Lea

WANG, CHIH, MARK C GONIWIECHA, AND KAREN M PEACOCK: Micronesia in US Government Publications, 3:423-446

WANIEZ, PHILIPPE. See Arréghini and Waniez

WARD, ALAN: Interpreting the Treaty of Waitangi: The Maori Resurgences and Race Relations in New Zealand, 3:85-113. See also Spencer, Ward and Connell; Aldrich; Scarr; Walker

WARD, R GERARD: South Pacific Island Futures: Paradise, Prosperity, or Pauperism? 5:1-21. See also Hardaker and Fleming

WARD, R GERARD, AND ELIZABETH KINGDON, editors: Land, Custom and Practice in the South Pacific (Overton), 9:513-515

WATE, MIKE : Political review of Solomon Islands in 1992, 5:421-426. See also Fugui and Wate

WATSON, VIRGINIA DREW: Anyan’s Story: A New Guinea Woman in Two Worlds (Zimmer-Tamakoshi), 10:490-492

WATSON-GEGEO, KAREN ANN. See Feinberg and Watson-Gegeo

WATSON-GEGEO, KAREN ANN, AND GEOFFREY M WHITE: Disentangling: Conflict Discourse in Pacific Societies (Kavapalu), 4:444-446. See also White and others

WEAVER, SEAN: The Call of the Kereru: The Question of Customary Use, 9:383-398

WEBB, MICHAEL: Lokal Musik: Lingua Franca Song and Identity in Papua New Guinea (Stillman), 7:230-232

WEBB, TERRY D: Highly Structured Tourist Art: Form and Meaning of the Polynesian Cultural Center, 6:59-86

WEERAMANTRY, CHRISTOPHER: Nauru: Environmental Damage under International Trusteeship (Macdonald), 6:253-256

WEINER, ANNETTE B: Inalienable Possessions: The Paradox of Keeping-While-Giving (James), 6:243-245

WEINER, JAMES F: Mountain Papuans: Historical and Comparative Perspectives from New Guinea Fringe Highlands Societies (Knauft), 2:412-415

WEISGALL, JONATHAN M: Operation Crossroads: The Atomic Tests at Bikini Atoll (Firth), 7:380-381

WELSCH, ROBERT. See Schoorl

WENDT, ALBERT: interview, 5:112-131; Ola (Aoki), 5:456-459

WESLEY-SMITH, TERENCE: Development and Crisis in Bougainville: A Bibliographic Essay, 4:407-432; Introduction, 4:241-243; political reviews of Papua New Guinea in 1988, 1:155-159; in 1989, 2:365-369; in 1990, 3:407-414; in 1991, 4:394-400; in 1992, 5:411-421; in 1993, 6:446-457; in 1994, 7:364-374; in 1995, 8:428-436; in 1996, 9:479-487; in 1997, 10:446-455

WESLEY-SMITH, TERENCE, AND EUGENE OGAN: Copper, Class, and Crisis: Changing Relations of Production in Bougainville, 4:245-267

WESLEY-SMITH, TERENCE, editor: A Legacy of Development: Three Years of Crisis in Bougainville, 4(2)

WESSEN, ALBERT F, ANTONY HOOPER, JUDITH HUNTSMAN, IAN A M PRIOR, AND CLARE E SALMOND: Migration and Health in a Small Society: The Case of Tokelau (Macpherson), 7:221-223

Western Samoa: 4:109-135; 4:137-160; remittances to, 10:107-151

Western Samoa: Political reviews: in 1988-89 (Lafoa‘i), 2:178-181; in 1989-90 (Maiava), 3:208-211; in 1992-93 (Tuimaleali‘ifano), 6:198-200; in 1993-94 (Tuimaleali‘ifano), 7:170-176; in 1995-96 (Zdanovich), 9:254-260; in 1996-97 (So‘o), 10:222-230

WETHERELL, DAVID. See Garrett

WHAITIRI, REINA. See Stewart, Frank

What’s Mine Is Yours? Cultural Borrowing in a Pacific Context (Moulin), 8:127-153

WHITE, GEOFFREY M: The Discourse of Chiefs: Notes on a Melanesian Society, 4:73-108; Identity Through History: Living Stories in a Solomon Islands Society (Gewertz), 5:447-450. See also Foster

WHITE, GEOFFREY M, AND HUGH LARACY, editors: Taem Blong Faet: World War II in Melanesia (Falgout), 2:225-227

WHITE, GEOFFREY M, AND LAMONT LINDSTROM, editors: The Pacific Theater: Island Representations of World War II (Laracy), 3:465-467

WHITE, GEOFFREY M, DAVID W GEGEO, DAVID AKIN, AND KAREN WATSON-GEGEO, editors: The Big Death: Solomon Islanders Remember World War II/ Bikfala Faet: Olketa Solomon Aelanda Rimembarem Wol Wo Tu (Falgout), 2:225-227

WHITNEY, SCOTT. See Lindstrom

WILEY, BOB: Bougainville: A Matter of Attitude, 4:376-378

WILSON, LYNN B: Speaking to Power: Gender and Politics in the Western Pacific (Teaiwa), 9:290-294

WILSON, WILLIAM. See Schütz

WITTERSHEIM, ERIC. See Bensa

women’s issues: 4:161-177; 6:87-109; and Fiji coups, 2:113-130; Maori, 5:23-44; in Papua New Guinea, 10:345-368. See also gender issues; sexism

The World Council of Indigenous Peoples: Interview with Poka Laenui/Hayden Burgess, 2:336-348

writers and writing, 10:154-163

WYATT, STEPHEN W. See Regenvanu, Wyatt, and Tacconi

WYTTENBACH-SANTOS, RICHARD: Political review of Guam in 1996-97, 10:180-183

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Yap, 1:43-74. See also Federated States of Micronesia; Region in Review

YOUNG, G TERRY (KANALUPILOKOKOIAMA‘IHU‘I): Political review of Hawaiian issues in 1993-94, 7:148-152. See also Mackenzie

YOUNG, JOHN. See Bayliss-Smith and others

youth: 1:43-74; and suicide 7:21-53

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ZARSKY, LYUBA. See Hayes, Peter, and others

ZDANOVICH, MICHAEL: Political review of Western Samoa in 1995-96, 9:254-260. See also Bauer, Siwatibu, and Kasper

ZELENIETZ, MARTIN. See Read

ZIMMER-TAMAKOSHI, LAURA. See Watson

ZORN, JEAN G: Customary Law in the Papua New Guinea Village Courts, 2:279-311

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