Adjunct Associate Professor
Office: CELT Building, Room 105
Ato’ese Adjunct Associate Professor Morgan Tuimaleali’ifano has taught History at USP for over 30 years. His main body of research focuses on indigenous and introduced governance systems in the Pacific, specifically within the periods of the 19th and 20th centuries. He has facilitated postgraduate courses at USP on Pacific diasporic communities, exploring the vital emergence of the Pan-Pacific identity. Morgan served as president for the Pacific History Association and Head of School of Social Sciences, USP.