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Volume 32 Number 1 March 2009


Volume 32 Number 1 March 2009
 
 CONTENTS
 
ARTICLES
 
Birgit Abels
Omengeredakl: Aesthetics of Sound and Vocal Music in Palau (1-22)
 
Mary Elisabeth Cox
Indigenous Informants or Samoan Savants?  German Translantions of Samoan Texts in Die Samoa-Inseln (23-27)
 
Sydney Lehua Iaukea
Land Agendas vis a vis a Makani (Wind) Discourse: Decontructing Space/Place Political Agendas in Hawai'i (48-72)
 
BOOK REVIEW FORUM
 
Masculinity, Motherhood, and Mockery: Psychoanalyzing Culture and the Iatmul Naven Rite in New Guinea (Eric Kline Silverman)
         Shirley Lindenbaum (73-78)
         Stephen Leavitt (78-81)
         Diane Losche (87-93)
         Paul Roscoe (87-93)
         Response: Eric Kline Silverman (93-109)
 
BOOK REVIEW
 
Evan Lampe
Asia in the Pacific Islands: Replacing the West (Ron Crocombe):110-113
 
BOOKS NOTED
 
Riley M. Moffat
Recent Pacific Islands Pulications: Selected Acquisitions, January 2008 - June 2008 (114-128)
 
 
Volume 32 Numbers 2/3 June/September 2009
 
SPECIAL ISSUE: THE GANG OF FOUR:GREGORY BATESON, RUTH BENEDICT, REO FORTUNE, AND MARGARET MEAD IN MULTIPLE CONTEXTS
 
CONTENTS
 
ARTICLES
 
Gerald Sullivan and Sharon W. Tiffany
Guest Editors' Note (131-139)
 
Virginia Yans
Introduction: On Four Anthropologists and Their Histories (140-162)
 
Sharon W. Tiffany
Narrative, Voice and Genre in Margaret Mead's Coming of Age in Samoa (163-201)
 
Paul Shankman
Derek Freeman and Margaret Mead: What Did He Know, and When Did He Know I? (202-221)
 
Gerald Sullivan
Of External Habits and Maternal Attitudes: Margaret mead, Gestalt Psychology, and the Reproduction of Character (222-250)
 
John S. Gilkeson
Clyde Kuckhohn and the New Anthropology: From Culture and Personality to the Scientific Stude of Values (251-272)
 
Roger Ivar Lohmann
Dreams of Fortune: Reo Fortune's Psychological Theory of Cultural Ambivalence (273-298)
 
Caroline Thomas
Rediscovering Reo: Reflections on the Life and Anthropological Career of Reo Franklin Fotune (299-324)
 
Maureen Molloy
"More Like Fighting Than Like Waiting": Mead, Method, and the Proper Object of Knowledge in Anthropology (325-347)
 
Judith Schachter
Writing Lives: Ruth Benedicts's Journey from Biographical Studies to Anthropology (348-367)
 
Nicola B. Tannenbaum
Ruth Benedict and the Study of Thai Culture (367-391)
 
Phillip V. Guddemi
The Ecology of the Anthropological Mind: Gregory Bateson's Influence on Three Late Twentieth-Century Pacfic Scholars (392-417)
 

  VOLUME 32 NUMBER 4 DECEMBER 2009

ARTICLES

Teresia K. Teasia and April K. Henderson

Humanities and Communities: A Dialogue in Pacific Studies (421-438)

 

Robert C. Kiste

Pacific Islands Studies at the University of Hawai'i: The First Three Decades (439-467)

 

Matthew Kester

Hawai'i and the American West: A Reassessment (467-484)

 

REVIEW ESSAYS

Edwin Napia

Nga Moteatea - The Songs, Part Four (A.T. Ngata and Hirini Moko Mead): 485-505

 

Hufanga Okusitino Mahina

Songs and Poems of Queen Salote (Elizabeth Wood-Ellem): 505-511

 

BOOKS NOTED

Riley M. Moffat

Recent Pacific Island Publications: Selected Acquistions, July 2008 - December 2008 (512-521)