‘Music between the volcanoes’: Notes on developing a collaborative local performance history of a South Pacific port town under colonialism (2021)
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Parasites lost? The Rockefeller Foundation and the expansion of health services in the colonial South Pacific, 1916-1939 Stuart, Annie (University of Canterbury. History, 2002)A mix of economic interests, humanitarianism, and political concerns over future regional security and stability drove twentieth century attempts to counter indigenous morbidity and depopulation in the Pacific. However, ...
Sound tracks of the Black Pacific: Music, identity and resilience in Australian South Sea Islander communities Webb-Gannon, Camellia; Webb, Michael (Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2018)Australian South Sea Islanders, the descendants of the Melanesians from (primarily) Vanuatu and Solomon Islands who were ‘blackbirded’ to Queensland and New South Wales (1847-1904) for their labour, have, through music and ...
The assessment of Pacific Island environmental vulnerability : a critical study of the development of an environmental vulnerability index by the South Pacific Geoscience Commission. Lambert, Simon J. (University of Canterbury. Department of Geography, 2001)The interaction between science and policy in the management of the environment in the Pacific region has seen it subject to different interpretations, practices and policies. Importantly, this has exposed the lack of ...