Bibliographic update April 2016: All

The Journal of Pacific History

Pēwhairangi: Bay of Islands missions and Māori 1814 to 1845
vol. 51 (1): 92-93
Outcasts of the Gods? The struggle over slavery in Māori New Zealand
vol. 51 (1): 90-92
The Pacific War: aftermaths, remembrance and culture
vol. 51 (1): 71-73
At the Edge of an Empire: Plague, State and Identity in New Caledonia, 1899–1900
vol. 51 (1): 1-20
The Undersea Network
vol. 51 (1): 60-62
Red Professor: the Cold War life of Fred Rose
vol. 51 (1): 103-104
At the Margin of Empire: John Webster and Hokianga, 1841–1900
vol. 51 (1): 95-97
America's First Adventure in China: trade, treaties, opium, and salvation; With Sails Whitening Every Sea: mariners and the making of an American maritime empire
vol. 51 (1): 67-68
The Polynesian Iconoclasm: religious revolution and the seasonality of power
vol. 51 (1): 75-76
The Atlantic Connection: a history of the Atlantic world, 1450–1900
vol. 51 (1): 62-63
The Chiefs' Country: leadership and politics in Honiara, Solomon Islands
vol. 51 (1): 83-84
From the Archives
vol. 50 (4): 519-532
Greed and Grievance in Solomon Islands
vol. 50 (4): 543-547
John Roughan
vol. 50 (4): 533-542
Colonialism, Maasina Rule, and the Origins of Malaitan Kastom
vol. 50 (4): 548-549
The Teleology and Romance of State-building in Solomon Islands
vol. 50 (4): 398-418
Customary Authority and State Withdrawal in Solomon Islands: Resilience or Tenacity?
vol. 50 (4): 450-472
Urban Land in Honiara: Strategies and Rights to the City
vol. 50 (4): 504-518
Solomon Islands in Transition?
vol. 50 (4): 381-397
From Taovia to Trustee: Urbanisation, Land Disputes and Social Differentiation in Kakabona
vol. 50 (4): 437-449
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