ISSN 0022-3344, Online ISSN: 1469-9605
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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Gift Exchange and Interpretations of Captain Cook in the Traditional Kingdoms of the Hawaiian Islands
Dye, Thomas S.
Re-membering the Past
Hattori, Anne Perez
The Resettlement of Nauruans in Australia
Tabucanon, Gil Marvel; Opeskin, Brian
Krusenstern's Circumnavigation (1803–06)
Fedorova, Olga M.
Varilaku: Pacific Art from the Solomon Islands
Discovering Cook's Collections
In the Eye of the Storm: Jai Ram Reddy and the politics of postcolonial Fiji. By Brij V. Lal.
Tupaia: the remarkable story of Captain Cook's Polynesian navigator. By Joan Druett
Missionaries, Indigenous Peoples and Cultural Exchange. Edited by Patricia Grimshaw and Andrew May.
New Homelands: Hindu communities in Mauritius, Guyana, Trinidad, South Africa, Fiji and East Africa. By Paul Younger.
Lal, Brij V.
Stories Without End: Essays 1975–2000. By Judith Binney.
The New Oxford History of New Zealand. Edited by Giselle Byrnes
Replenishing the Earth: the settler revolution and the rise of the Anglo-world, 1783–1939. By James Belich.
Headhunting and Colonialism: anthropology and the circulation of human skulls in the Portuguese Empire, 1870–1930. By Ricardo Roque.
Moving Images: John Layard, fieldwork and photography on Malakula since 1914. By Haidy Geismar and Anita Herle with contributions by Kirk Huffman and John Layard.
Childhood in Papua New Guinea: personal accounts of growing up in a changing society. Edited by Helen Sheils Fenbury.
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