Volume 2 Number 1 June 2018

Special Issue

Edited by:
Camellia Webb-Gannon
Western Sydney University

Jioji Ravulo
University of Wollongong


Contents

How do people belong in the Pacific? Introduction to this issue
(pp. 1-3)

Camellia Webb-Gannon
Western Sydney University

Jioji Ravulo
University of Wollongong

A shell and a stone:  Pacific chaplaincy practice at Western Sydney University
(pp. 4-11)

Shannon Said
Western Sydney University

The Tabligh Jama’at and Islamic revivalism in Fiji
(pp. 12-20)

Jan Ali
Western Sydney University

Customary land title and Indigenous rights in Papua New Guinea
(pp. 21-29)

Diane Colman
Western Sydney University

Connecting and collaborating across Oceania and its diaspora: A shared approach to meaningful development and engagement
(pp. 30-34)

Jioji Ravulo
University of Wollongong

Sound tracks of the Black Pacific: Music, identity and resilience in Australian South Sea Islander communities
(pp. 35-44)

Camellia Webb-Gannon
Western Sydney University

Michael Webb
The University of Sydney

Female Japanese Citizens in New Caledonia: Pre-December 8, 1941
(pp. 45-52)

Rowena Ward
University of Wollongong

Food security in the Solomon Islands: Preliminary results from a survey of the Honiara Central Market
(pp. 53-70)

Nichole Georgeou
Western Sydney University

Charles Hawksley
University of Wollongong

James Monks
Western Sydney University

Waves of words: Ancient Asia-Pacific connection with North Australia
(pp. 71-79)

Rachel Hendery
Western Sydney University

Patrick McConvell
The Australian National University

Language use and language attitudes in New Caledonia with particular reference to French Creole Tayo
(pp. 80-88)

Anu Bissoonauth
University of Wollongong

 

Published by the Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies University of Canterbury