Journal of Pacific Studies


Volume 20

Special issues Volume 20, 1996
Reflections on Pacific Island  Historiography

Edited by Doug Munro



The early years of Pacific history

Dorothy Shineberg

A note on Pacific history in New Zealand

Mary Boyd

And now there will be a void: An appreciation of J W Davidson, 1915-1973

O H K Spate

Now an island is too big. Limits and limitations of Pacific Island history

Barrie Macdonald

The isolation of Pacific history

Doug Munro

Pacific history from the rim: What should students learn?

Max Quanchi



The historian as political actor in  polity, society and academy

J G A Pocock

The making of a biography of Te Kooti  Te Arikirangi Turuki

Judith Binney

Who owns Maori tribal tradition?

Angela Ballara

Just marginally possible: The making of Matagi Tokelau

Judith Huntsman

The nature of the Pacific History: a bibliography

Clive Moore and Doug Munro



Understanding or believing? On researching Christianity in Tuvalu

Michael Goldsmith

On the edges of Christian history in the Pacific: A personal journey

Andrew Thornley

Entangled stories: Personal, local and global histories

Michael Monsell-Davis

Oral traditions and writing

Epeli Hau‘ofa

An accidental historian

Donald Denoon

Confessions of a history addict

David A Chappell

From across the horizon: Reflections on  a sojourn in Hawai

Brij V Lal

My apprenticeship and beyond

Doug Munro

A note on the  noble revolution  in  universities

Graham G Mills



It ain?t heavy, its our history: Three young academics talanoa

Teresia Teaiwa, Robert Nicole and  Alumita Durutalo



The Queensland labour trade: Reply to  Schlomowitz comment on Williams

T David Williams

A comment on William?s rejoinder

Ralph  Shlomowitz

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