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Tēvita Kaʻili Publications

 

Books:

  •  Kaʻili, T.O. n.d. Marking Indigeneity: The Tonga Art of Sociospatial Relations. (Book contract with University of Arizona Press).
  •  Māhina, O., Kaʻili, T.O., & Kaʻili, A. L. (2006). Ko e Ngaahi ʻAta mei he Hisitōlia mo e Kalatua ʻo Tonga: Ke Tufungaʻi ha Lea Tonga Fakaako [Some Images from the History and Culture of Tonga: Towards Creating a Tongan Academic Language]Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand.

 

 Book Chapters/Sections:

  •  Kaʻili. T.O. (2012). Felavai, Interweaving Indigeneity and Anthropology: The Era of Indigenising Anthropology. In Joy Hendry & Laara Fitznorʻs (eds) Anthropologists, Indigenous Scholars and the Research Endeavour: Seeking Bridges Towards Mutual Respect. London, United Kingdom: Routledge.
  •  Māhina, O., Kaʻili, T.O., Potauaine, S.F., Moa, B.S.T., & Māhina-Tuai, K.U. (2012). "Peau Kula:" Red Wave in Tongan Thought. In O. Māhina & K.U. Māhina-Tuai (eds) Hinavakamea and Tunavakamea as Material Art of Steel-Cutting: Intersection of Connection and Separation (English/Tongan) Loʻau Research Society (LRS) Publishing, Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (2006). Tefua-ʻa-Vaka-Lautala: Fetakinima ke Tufungaʻi haʻatau Lea Tonga Fakako [Gathering of the Canoes of Lautala: Working Together to Construct a Tongan Academic Language]. In O. Māhina, T.O. Kaʻili, & A.L. Kaʻili. Ko e Ngaahi ʻAta mei he Hisitōlia mo e Kalatua ʻo Tonga: Ke Tufungaʻi ha Lea Tonga Fakaako [Some Images from the History and Culture of Tonga: Towards Creating a Tongan Academic Language]Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
  • Kaʻili, T.O., & Kaʻili, A. (2006). Lea Faka-Tonga mo e Tonga  [Tongan Language and Tongans]. In O. Māhina, T.O. Kaʻili, & A.L. Kaʻili. Ko e Ngaahi ʻAta mei he Hisitōlia mo e Kalatua ʻo Tonga: Ke Tufungaʻi ha Lea Tonga Fakaako [Some Images from the History and Culture of Tonga: Towards Creating a Tongan Academic Language]Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand.
  • Kaʻili, T.O. (2004). Origin Story from Tonga. In the "Voices of the Sea People": A Pacific Islander American Perspective. Utah State Office of Education and the REACH Center.

 

   Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles:

  •  Burroughs, B. & Kaʻili, T.O. (2015). Death of a King: Digital Ritual and Diaspora. Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. DOI: 10.1080/10304312.2015.1073684
  •  Tengan, T.K, Kaʻili, T.O, & Fonoti, R.T. (2010). Genealogies:  Articulating Indigenous Anthropology in/of Oceania. Pacific Studies, 33( 2/3).
  •  McGrath. B.B. & Kaʻili, T.O. (2009). Creating Project Talanoa: A Culturally Based Community Health Program for U.S. Pacific Islander AdolescentsPublic Health Nursing, 27(1): 17–24.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (2005). Tauhi vā: Nurturing Tongan Sociospatial Ties in Maui and BeyondThe Contemporary Pacific, 17 (1): 83-114.

 

 Journal Articles:

  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (1999) Tuʻu e Lā mo e Poupou [The Sail is Up and Its Supports]. Tefua-ʻa-Vaka-Lautala: Tongan Language Online Journal.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O., & Kaʻili, A. (1999). Can We Become Tongan Without Speaking Tongan? Moana Publication, Spring 1999, Volume 2, University of Utah, p. 15.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (1997) Ala ʻI Sia, Ala ʻI Kolonga: An Indigenous Tongan Proverb for Contemporary Pacific Islanders.  Moana Publication, Spring 1997, Volume 1, Number 1, University of Utah, p.7.

 

Edited Volume:

  •  Genealogies:  Articulating Indigenous Anthropology in/of Oceania. Special Issue of Pacific Studies: A Multidisciplinary Journal, 33 (2/3), August/December 2010.

 

 Translated Article:

  •  Kaʻili, T.O., & Kaʻili, A. (2006). Lea Faka-Tonga mo e Tonga  [Tongan Language and Tongans]. In O. Māhina, T.O. Kaʻili, & A.L. Kaʻili. Ko e Ngaahi ʻAta mei he Hisitōlia mo e Kalatua ʻo Tonga: Ke Tufungaʻi ha Lea Tonga Fakaako [Some Images from the History and Culture of Tonga: Towards Creating a Tongan Academic Language]Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Auckland, Aotearoa/New Zealand.

 

 Translated Childrenʼs Books:

  • Māhina, ʻO. & Kaʻili, T.O. (2009). Kalia Lahi Fakatoukatea ko e Lomipeau / Lomipeau the Giant Double-Hulled Canoe[Bilingual Tongan-English]. Retold by H. F. M. Māhina & M. H. Māhina ʻAlatini. Illustrations by S.F. Potauaine & K.U. Māhina-Tuai. Kula-ʻUli Publishing: Aotearoa New Zealand.
  •  Māhina, ʻO. & Kaʻili, T.O. (2009). Fonu ʻIloa ko Sangone / Sangone the Legendary Turtle [Bilingual Tonga-English]. Retold by H. F. M. Māhina & M. H. Māhina ʻAlatini. Illustrations by S.F. Potauaine & K.U. Māhina-Tuai. Kula-ʻUli Publishing: Aotearoa New Zealand.
  •  Māhina, ʻO. & Kaʻili, T.O. (2009). Ko e Tupuʻanga ʻo e Akau ko e Kava mo e Tō / The Origin of the Kava and Sugarcane Plants [Bilingual Tongan-English]. Retold by H. F. M. Māhina & M. H. Māhina ʻAlatini. Illustrations by S.F. Potauaine & K.U. Māhina-Tuai. Kula-ʻUli Publishing: Aotearoa New Zealand.

 

Tongan Poems:

  • Kaʻili, T.O. (2013). Vikia ʻo e Kau Toʻa Moaná [Honoring the Warriors of Oceania]. Oral recitation to honor survivors and victims of nuclear testing in Oceania. Oceanian Rising. University of Hawaiʻi Mānoa, March 1, 2013.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (2008). Tukulaumea e Tangata-ʻoe-Hala-Malimali [Legacy of the Gentleman from the Malimali Road]. Tefua-ʻa-Vaka-Lautala: Tongan Language Online.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (2007). Toʻongapō e Loʻau Tāpinga-ʻa-Maama [The Gift of Loʻau Tāpinga-ʻa-Maama]. In O. Māhina. Faiva Taʻanga: Maau Filifili ʻʻOkusitino Māhina [Art of Poetry: Selected Poems by ʻOkusitino Māhina]. Auckland, New Zealand: Loʻau Research Society Publishing.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (2006). Tā ʻUluafi ʻa Loʻau Vaivaipetoa [Loʻau Vaivaipetoa Slaying the First Warrior in Battle]. In O. Māhina.Faiva Taʻanga: Maau Filifili ʻʻOkusitino Māhina [Art of Poetry: Selected Poems by ʻOkusitino Māhina]. Auckland, New Zealand: Loʻau Research Society Publishing. 

 

 Forewards/Introductions:

  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (2010). Talamuʻaki [Forward]. In O. Māhinaʻs 16/11 Tonga he Fepaki / Tonga in Crisis. Auckland, New Zealand: Loʻau Research Society (LRS) Publishing.
  •  Kaʻili, T.O. (2007). Talamuʻaki [Foreward]. In O. Māhina & K.U. Tuai-Māhinaʻs ʻAati ʻo e Lea Tonga Heliaki: Tufunga mo e Faiva Lea Heliaki [Art of Proverbs: Material and Performance Arts of Proverbs]. Auckland, New Zealand: TEDT Publishing.