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Volume 30 Numbers 1/2 March/June 2007


Volume 30 Numbers 1/2 March/June 2007
 
SPECIAL ISSUE: WOMEN WRITING OCEANIA: WEAVING THE SAILS OF VAKA
 
CONTENTS
 
Caroline Sinavaiana and J. Kehaulani Kauanui
Prologue (1-2)
 
Caroline Sinavaiana 
Waimanalo Litany (3-4)
 
Caroline Sinavaiana and J. Kehaulani Kauanui
Introduction(5-18)
 
Jewel Castro
Walking with My Grandmothers #2 (19)
 
LINEAGE
 
Christine Taitano Delisle
Tumuge Papa (Writing It Down): Chamorro Midwives and the Delivery of Native History (20-32)
 
Marie-Helene Villierme
Piharamata Tumahai Smoking He Taho (33)
 
Alice Te Punga Somerville
Mauri (34)
 
Caroline Sinavaina
My Pigeon/La'u Lupe 'Ua Lele (35)
 
LOCATION & DISLOCATION
 
Kim Meredith
Living Small (36-46)
 
Jewel Castro
Walking with My Grandmothers #1 (47)
 
Noelani Goodyear-Ka'opua and Lana Sue Ka'opua
Dialoguing Across the Pacific: Kukakuka and the Cultivation of Wahine Maoli Identity (48-63)
 
Jacinta Galea'i
Silauni'i (64-67)
 
Tusiata Avia
Village Princess (68)
 
Ngahuia Te Awekotuku
Maori Women Researching Ourselves (69-82)
 
 IDENTITY
 
Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl
Manowai (83-101)
 
Jewel Catro
Sleep (102)
 
Teresia Teaiwa
niudity (I-IV): 103-105
 
Konai Helu Thaman
It Began with A Question (106)
 
Lisa Kahaleole Hall
Not Exotic (107)
 
Ku'ualoha Ho'omanawanui
Ka Lawai'a (108)
 
Jewel Castro
Tradition (109)
 
J. Kehaulani Kauanui
Blood and Reproduction of (the) Race in the Name of Ho'oulu Lahui - A Hawaiian Feminist Critique (110-116)
 
NEGOTIATION
 
Sia Figiel
The Night Woman (117)
 
Caroline Sinavaiana
diagnosis (118)
 
Cresantia Frances Koya
Shadows dance in my head (119)
 
REINSCRIPTION
 
Rosanna Raymond
Butterfly Thighs Flutter By the Bye (120)
 
Konai Helu Thaman
Woven Worlds (121)
 
Jewel Castro
Communicating Tradition in Samoan America Art: An Artist's Reflection (122-129)
 
Jewel Castro
Walking with My Grandmothers #3 (130)
 
Mei-Lin Hansen
Speaking Reflections: Whaikoorero (Speech Making) and Karanga (Welcoming Cry) in Recent Theatre by Maori Women (131-158)
 
Noenoe Silva
Pele, Hi'iaka, and Haumea: Woman and Power in Two Hawaiian Mo'olelo (159-181)
 
Rosanna Raymond
2nd Stanza, "Samoa," from Meet you in Hawaiki (182)
 
Caroline Sinavaiana and J. Kehaulani Kauanui
Fijian Women as Orators: Exceptions to "Tradition"?: Theresa Koroivulaono Interviewed by Caroline Sinavaiana and J. Kehaulani Kauanui (183-194)
 
Caroline Sinavaina
Sarong/Ie Lavalava (195)
 
 
  Volume 30 Numbers 3/4 September/December 2007
 
Special Issue: Negotiating Grandparenting: Styles and Strategies in a Changing Pacific
 
 CONTENTS
 
M. Jocelyn Armstrong and Juliana Flinn
Guest Editor's Preface (1-3)
 
Dorothy Ayers Counts
Introduction: The Practice and Prospects of Grandparenting in the Pacific (4-19)
 
STYLES
 
M. Jocelyn Armstrong
Grandmothering and Social Old Age: Aotearoa New Zealand Variations on a Universal Theme (20-40)
 
Sela Panapasa
In My Nana's House: Grandparent Households in Fiji (41-63)
 
Sally Keeling
Grandparenting Styles in an Urban/Rural Borderland in New Zealand (64-80)
 
Vicki Torsch
Grandparenting among the Chamorros of Guam (81-101)
 
STRATEGIES
 
Juliana Flinn
Continuing to be a Mother: Grandmothering on Pollap (102-117)
 
Jeanette Dickerson-Putman
Changing Context for Grandparent Adoption on Raivavae, French Polynesia (118-134)
 
Laurence Marshall Carucci
Continuities adn Changes in Marshallese Grandparenting (135-161)
 
Francoise Douaire-Marsaudon and Alan Howard
Epilogue: A New Look at Grandparenting (162-172)
 
 BOOKS NOTED
 
Riley M. Moffat
Recent Pacific Island Publications: Selected Acquisitions, December 2003-May2004 (173-180)
Recent Pacific Island Publications: Selected Acquisitions, January 2005-June 2005 (181-196)