Vol 33, No 2/3 (2010)

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Pacific Studies i-vi

Articles

Genealogies: Articulating Indigenous Anthropology in/of Oceania PDF
Ty P. Kāwika Tengan, Tēvita O. Ka'ili, Rochelle Tuitagava'a Fonoti 139-167
Tā, Vā, and Moana: Temporality, Spatiality, and Indigeneity PDF
Hūfanga 'Ōkusitino Māhina 168-202
Indigenous Anthropology and the Kava Myth in Manu'a PDF
Unasa Leulu Felise Va'a 203-221
Teu Le Va: Toward a Native Anthropology PDF
Melani Anae 222-240
The Interweaving of People, Time, and Place--Whakapapa as Context and Method PDF
Lily George 241-258
Between Tolerance and Talk: Idiomatic Kinship and Ethnography in the Multethnic Pacific PDF
Ping-Ann Addo 259-279
A Different Weight: Tension and Promise in "Indigenous Anthropology" PDF
Fa'anofo Lisaclaire Uperesa 280-300
Collaboration and Capacity Building in the Classroom: A Decolonizing Teaching Agenda to Create a Cadre of Indigenous Researchers PDF
Holly M. Barker, Rochelle Tuitagava'a Fonoti 301-319

End Matter

Contributors PDF
Pacific Studies 320

Full Issue

Vo. 33 No. 2/3 Pacific Studies PDF