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Volume 40


Volume 40 Numbers 1/2- April/August 2017

Special Issue

-(Time-Space) THEORY OF REALITY

 

Contents

 

Introduction

-(Time-Space): The Birth of an Indigenous Moana Theory

   Tevita O. Ka'ili (Maui-Tava-He-Ako), 'Okusitino Mahina 

(Hufanga), and Ping-Ann Addo (Kula He-Fonua)

 

Geographies of Textile Authenticity: Marking Tongan Temporal

and Social Relationships in Diasporic Cultural Production

  Ping-Ann Addo

 

Circles of Self: Ta-Va Expressed in Traditional Samoan Dance, Culture, and Self 

    Dianna M. Georgina 

 

Tavani: Intertwining Ta and Va in Tongan Reality and Philology 

    Tevita O. Ka'ili  

 

Ta-Va Kainga, Time-Space Relationships Theory of Reality and Tongan Students

Journey to Acedemic Achievment in New Zealand Teriary Education 

    Telesia Kalavite 

 

Time, Space, and Culture: A New Ta-Va Theory of Moana Anthropology

   'Okusitino Mahina (Hufanga) 

 

Takohi: Drawing in Tongan Thinking and Practice

    'Okusitino Mahina (Hufanga)

 

Tatau: Symmetry as Conflict Mediation of Line-Space Intersection

    Semisi F. Potauaine

 

Reading Realities Through Ta-Va

   Nuhisifa Seve-William 

 

Samoan Cultural Perceptions of Ta-Va

    Unasa L. F. Va'a 

 

Samoan Ta-Va(Time-Space) Concepts and Practices in Language,

Society, and Architecture  

    Fepulea'i Micah Van Der Ryn 

 

Tatau: Symmetry, Harmony, and Beauty in the Art of Semisi Fetokai Potauaine  

    Kolokesa Uafa Mahinaa-Tuai

 

How the Ta-Va Theory of Reality Constructs a Speatial Exposition of Samoan

Architecture  

    Albert L. Refiti 

 

Concepts of Ta-Va (Time-Space) in the Art Practice of Samoan-Aotearoa 

Artist Shigeyuki Kihara 

    Pamela Rosi