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Volume 7 Number 1 Fall 1983


Volume 7 Number 1 Fall 1983

 

ARTICLES

 

Luomala, Katherine

1983 Phantom Night Marchers in the Hawaiian Islands. Pacific Studies 7(1): 1-33.

 

Akerren, Brita

1983 Nukuhiva in 1819. From the Unpublished Journal of a Swedish Traveler. Pacific Studies 7(1): 34-58.

 

Rensch, Karl H.

1983 Fish Names of Wallis Island (Uvea). Pacific Studies 7(1): 59-90.

 

EDITOR'S FORUM

 

Trask, Haunani-Kay

1983 Cultures in Collision: Hawai'i and England, 1778. Pacific Studies 7(1): 91-117.

 

BOOK REVIEW FORUM

 

Shore, Bradd

1983 Sala'ilua: A Samoan Mystery (Thelma S. Baker, James R. Bindon, and Jacob Wainright Love). Pacific Studies 7(1): 118-144.

 

Shore, Bradd

1983 Response. Pacific Studies 7(1): 145- 156.

 

REVIEWS

 

Clifford, James

Person and Myth: Maurice Leenhardt in the Melanesian World (Dorothy Ayers Counts). Pacific Studies 7(1): 157-160).

 

Ewins, Rod

Fijian Artefacts: Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery Collection (Marie J. Adams). Pacific Studies 7(1): 160-162.

 

Feinberg, Richard

Anuta: Social Structure of a Polynesian Island (Valerio Valeri). Pacific Studies 7(1): 162-165.

 

Feld, Steven

Sound and Sentiment: Birds, Weeping, Poetics, and Song in Kaluli Expression (Richard M. Moyle). Pacific Studies 7(1): 165-169.

 

King Pauline, ed.,

The Diaries of David Lawrence Gregg: An American Diplomat in Hawaii, 1853-1858 (Char Miller). Pacific Studies 7(1): 169-172.

 

Morton, Harry

The Whale's Wake (Caroline Ralston). Pacific Studies 7(1): 172-174.

 

Peterson, Nicolas, ed.

Aboriginal Land Rights: A Handbook (Michael C. Howard). Pacific Studies 7(1): 174-175.

 

Polansky, Patricia

New Russian Books in the Pacific. Pacific Studies 7(1): 175-181.

 

Rodman, William L. and Dorothy Ayers Counts, eds.

Middlemen and Brokers in Oceania (Stephen Levine). Pacific Studies 7(1): 182-184.

 

Tatar, Elizabeth

Nineteenth Century Hawaiian Chant (Rubellite Kawena Johnson). Pacific Studies 7(1): 184-188.

 

Wurm, Stephen A. and Shiro Hattori

Language Atlas of the Pacific Area, Part I: New Guinea Area, Oceania, Australia (Max E. Stanton). Pacific Studies 7(1): 188-191.

 

 

Volume 7 Number 2 Spring 1984

 

ARTICLES

 

Alkire, William H.

1984 Central Carolinian Oral Narratives: Indigenous Migration Theories and Principles of Order and Rank. Pacific Studies 7(2): 1-14.

 

Rhoads, Ellen C.

1984 The Impact of Modernizaton on the Aged in American Samoa. Pacific Studies 7(2): 15-33.

 

Premdas, Ralph, Jeff Steeves, and Peter Larmour

1984 The Western Breakaway Movement in the Solomon Islands. Pacific Studies 7(2): 34-67.

 

EDITOR'S FORUM

 

Gregory, Robert J. and Janet E. Gregory

1984 John Frum: An Indigenous Strategy of Reaction to Mission Rule and Colonial Order. Pacific Studies 7(1): 68-90.

 

BOOK REVIEW FORUM

 

Freeman, Derek

1984 Margaret Mead and Samoa: The Making and Unmaking of an Anthropological Myth (Fay Ala'ilima, Tuaopepe Felix S. Wednt, Nancy McDowell). Pacific Studies 7(2): 91-140.

 

Freeman, Derek

1984. Response. Pacific Studies 7(2): 140-196.

 

REVIEWS

 

Garrett, John

To Live Among the Stars: Christian Origins in Oceania (Sione Latukefu). Pacific Studies 7(2): 197-199.

 

Macnaught, T. J.

The Fijian Colonial Experience: A Study of the Neo-Traditional Order under British Colonial Rule Prior to World War Two (I. C. Campbell). Pacific Studies 7(2): 199-201.

 

Marshall, Mac, ed.

Through a Glass Darkly: Beer and Modernization in Papua New Guinea (Dan Jorgesen). Pacific Studies 7(2): 201-204.

 

Mitchell, Donald Kiolani

Resource Units in Hawaiian Culture (Ishmael Stagner). Pacific Studies 7(2): 204-205.

 

Morauta, Louise, John Pernetta, and William Heaney, eds.

Traditional Conservation in Papua New Guinea: Implications for Today (D. K. Feil). Pacific Studies 7(2): 205-207.

 

Weisbrot, David, Abdul Paliwala, and Akilagpa Sawyerr, eds.

Law and Social Change in Papua New Guinea (William E. H. Tagupa). Pacific Studies 7(2): 207-209.

 

 

 

 

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