The Journal of Pacific History articles

Volume 48 (1)

Specters of Violence in a Colonial Context: New Caledonia, 1917. By Adrian Muckle
vol. 48 (1): 104-105
New Zealand in the League of Nations: the beginnings of an independent foreign policy, 1919–1939. By Gerald Chaudron.
vol. 48 (1): 105-106
My God, My Land: interwoven paths of Christianity and tradition in Fiji. By Jacqueline Ryle
vol. 48 (1): 106-108
Norfolk Island: history, people, environment, language. By Peter Mühlhäusler and Joshua Nash
vol. 48 (1): 108-109
Undercover Reporting: the truth about deception. By Brooke Kroeger with a foreword by Pete Hammil.
vol. 48 (1): 109-110
The Meeting Place: Māori and Pākehā encounters, 1642–1840
vol. 48 (1): 110-111

Volume 47 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 47 (4): 0-0
Lapita and Proto-Oceanic
vol. 47 (4): 443-457
Death Rituals and Identity in Contemporary Guam (Mariana Islands)
vol. 47 (4): 459-473
Melanesian Mission Place Names on Norfolk Island
vol. 47 (4): 475-489
Manuscript XXV
vol. 47 (4): 491-513
Lapita. Musée du quai Branly
vol. 47 (4): 515-517
Drua: the wave of fire. Co-directed by Vilsoni Hereniko, Peter Rockford Espiritu and Igelese Ete
vol. 47 (4): 519-521
Managing Modernity in the Western Pacific. Edited by Mary Patterson and Martha Macintyre
vol. 47 (4): 523-524
The US Military in Hawai‘i: colonialism, memory and resistance. By Brian Ireland
vol. 47 (4): 524-525
Zehn Jahre auf den Inseln der Südsee 1887–1897: Aus dem Tagebuch der Paula David. Ten Years in the Islands of the South Seas 1887–1897: from the diary of Paula David. Edited by Schlossmuseum Sondershausen and James N. Bade, assisted by James Braund
vol. 47 (4): 525-527
Photography, Early Cinema and Colonial Modernity: Frank Hurley's synchronized lecture entertainments. By Robert Dixon
vol. 47 (4): 527-528
The Aborigines’ Protection Society: humanitarian imperialism in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Canada, South Africa, and the Congo, 1837–1909. By James Heartfield
vol. 47 (4): 528-530
I whānau au ki Kaiapoi: the story of Natanahira Waruwarutu as recorded by Thomas Green. Edited by Te Maire Tau
vol. 47 (4): 530-531
A Pacific Industry: the history of pineapple canning in Hawaii. By Richard A. Hawkins
vol. 47 (4): 531-532
Exploring the Legacy of the 1948 Arnhem Land Expedition. Edited by Martin Thomas and Margo Neale
vol. 47 (4): 532-534

Volume 47 (3)

Race, Place and Civilisation
vol. 47 (3): 245-262
Mountains and Black Races
vol. 47 (3): 263-282
Situated Thinking
vol. 47 (3): 283-307
The Presumption of Indigeneity
vol. 47 (3): 309-328
Drawing the Local Colour Line
vol. 47 (3): 329-346
Changing Frames
vol. 47 (3): 347-367
Dixon, Skinner and Te Rangi Hiroa
vol. 47 (3): 369-387
‘A School of Iron, Vexation and Blood, but a School Nonetheless’
vol. 47 (3): 389-403
Manuscript XXIV
vol. 47 (3): 405-420
Islanders
vol. 47 (3): 421-432
Summoning the Powers Beyond: traditional religions in Micronesia. By Jay Dobbin with Francis X. Hezel
vol. 47 (3): 433-434
Captain Thomas Capel Tilly, R.N.: a 19th century Pacific mariner who feared nothing. By Robert L. Hunt
vol. 47 (3): 434-435
Changing Contexts, Shifting Meanings: transformations of cultural traditions in Oceania. Edited by Elfriede Hermann
vol. 47 (3): 435-436
A Simple Nullity? The Wi Parata case in New Zealand law & history. By David V. Williams
vol. 47 (3): 436-438
Wayfinding through the Storm: speaking truth to power at Kamehameha Schools 1993–1999. By Gavan Daws and Nā Leo O Kamehameha
vol. 47 (3): 438-439
An Island in the Autumn. By John Smith
vol. 47 (3): 439-440
‘… when the long trick's over’: Donald Kennedy in the Pacific. By Mike Butcher
vol. 47 (3): 440-441

Volume 47 (2)

Grief, Loss and Violence in Ancient Mangaia, Aotearoa and Te Waipounamu
vol. 47 (2): 145-161
Creating an Indigenous Christian Leadership in Papua
vol. 47 (2): 163-185