INDIGENOUS ENCOUNTERS

Reflections on Relations between People in the Pacific

edited by Katerina Martina Teaiwa

CPIS Occasional Paper 43

INDIGENOUS ENCOUNTERS: REFLECTIONS ON RELATIONS BETWEEN PEOPLE IN THE PACIFIC
Katerina Martina Teaiwa

AGA'I FENUA
Vaimu'a Muliava

LEARNING THE PACIFIC
KA HUAKA'I
TEHURA
Brandy Nālani McDougall

CONFESSIONS OF A FORMER HISTORY TEACHER
IIEN IPPĀN DOON: THIS TIME TOGETHER
Monica LaBriola

OTHER PEOPLES' FLOWERS: SOME PERSONAL REFLECTIONS ON RESEARCHING AS AN OUTSIDER
Christopher Robbins

OCEANS AND ISLANDS
FROM ISLANDS TO ATOLL: RELATING REEFS OF HISTORY AT KWAJALEIN
Greg Dvorak

BETWEEN THE HUI AND DA HUI INC.: INCORPORATING N-OCEANS OF NATIVE HAWAIIAN RESISTANCE IN OCEANIC STUDIES
Kali Fermantez

BETWEEN SISTERS
HANGIN' WITH THE SISTAS IN MELSISI
Sara Lightner

SALT WATER
AFTER THE SWIM
LETTER TO JULIA
Yola Gray

DEAREST YOLA
Julia Gray

POST-COLONIAL REFLECTIONS?
CHAIN REACTION
MANOA'S LEISURE
HONOLULU EVENING
IICE AGE
BLIND TRUTH
SAD STORY
BIRTHDAY
B David Kombako

MWAHIEI
WINI EN POHNPEI
Emelihter Kihleng

INSTITUTIONAL RELATIONS
NEGOTIATING AN OCEANIC SPACE AT THE UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI`I AT MĀNOA
Lu'ukia Archer, Malia Ka'aihue, and U'i Keli'ikuli

REVISITING THE "PASIFIKA WAY" IN A NEW SCHOOL OF PASIFIKA EDUCATION
Tanya Wendt Samu

EMBODIED ENCOUNTERS
AN OCEANIC NATION
Karin Ingersoll

SOME PLACE IN MY BODY
Trisha Kehaulani Watson

BREAKING SKIN
Terri Janke

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