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Pacific and Pasifika: PACS 211

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PACS 211 Subject Guide 

 

Politics & Regionalism

Fry, G. (2019). Framing the Islands: Power and diplomatic agency in Pacific regionalism. ANU Press.

Lawson, S. (2024). Regional politics in Oceania : From colonialism and Cold War to the Pacific century. Cambridge University Press.

Ratuva, S. (2019). Contested terrain: Reconceptualising security in the Pacific. ANU Press.

Teaiwa, T. (2012). Good neighbour, big brother, kin: New Zealand's foreign policy in the contemporary Pacific.  In S. Mallon, K. Māhina-Tuai & D. Salesa (Eds.) Tangata o le Moana: New Zealand and the people of the Pacific. (pp. 240-263). Te Papa Press. 
Macmillan Brown Library Pacific Collection DU 413 .P15 .T164 2012

Koro, M.  McNeill, H.  Ivarature, H. & Wallis, J. (2023). Tā, Vā, and Lā: Re-imagining the geopolitics of the Pacific Islands. Political Geography, 105, 102931. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.polgeo.2023.102931

Leslie, H., & Wild, K. (2018). Post-hegemonic regionalism in Oceania: examining the development potential of the new framework for Pacific regionalism. Pacific Review, 31(1), 20–37. https://doi.org/10.1080/09512748.2017.1305984

Morgan, W. (2022). Large Ocean States: Pacific Regionalism and Climate Security in a New Era of Geostrategic Competition. East Asia, 39(1), 45–62. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12140-021-09377-8

Diaspora

Bennet, J. A. (Ed.). Oceanian journeys and sojourns: Home thoughts abroadOtago University Press. 
Available online and in the Macmillan Brown Library Pacific Collection DU 28 .O15 2015

Freeman, C., Latai Niusulu, A., Schaaf, M., Taua’a, T. S., Tanielu, H., Ergler, C., & Kivalu, M. (2023). Identity, belonging and place attachment amongst Pacific Island children: A photographic analysis. Children’s Geographies, 21(2), 271–286. https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2022.2039900 

McGavin, K. (2015). Representations of Pacific Islander Identity: Ours and theirs. Pacific Studies, 38(1/2), 272-293 

Lopesi, L. (2018). False divides.  Bridge Williams Books.

Pacific People in New Zealand

Māhina-Tuai, K. (2012). A land of milk and honey? Education and employment migration schemes in the postwar era. In S. Mallon, K. Māhina-Tuai & D. Salesa (Eds.) Tangata o le Moana: New Zealand and the people of the Pacific. (pp. 160-177). Te Papa Press. 
Macmillan Brown Library Pacific Collection DU 413 .P15 .T164 2012

 

Dawn Raids (see PACS111 page)