Friday, September 2, 2011

latest issue of The Contemporary Pacific

The latest issue of The Contemporary Pacific (Vol. 23, number 2, Fall 2011) has been released, and is available to UH students, faculty and affiliates via Project Muse. The latest issue features cover art (pictured at right) by Solomon Enos as well as articles by April K. Henderson ("Fleeting Sustainability: The Samoan Giant in US Popular Discourse"); Cluny Macpherson and La'avasa Macpherson ("Churches and the Economy of Samoa"); Michael P.J. Reilly ("Maori Studies, Past and Present: A Review"); Guido Carlo Pigliasco and Thorolf Lipp ("The Islands Have Memory: Reflections on Two Collaborative Projects in Contemporary Oceania"); and Brij V. Lal ("Where Has All the Music Gone? Reflections on the Fortieth Anniversary of Fiji's Independence"). Also included are the standard range of Political, Book and Media reviews. 
As a reminder, all back issues of The Contemporary Pacific (prior to one year from the present) are also freely available on the Internet via UH-Manoa Library's Scholarspace digital repository. (And, of course, the Pacific Collection maintains a complete print collection of all volumes.)

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