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    • Education, colonisation and Kanak aspirations in New Caledonia: Historical contexts and contemporary challenges 

      Small, David (Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2017)
      This is an analysis of the role that education has played in the development of colonial relations in New Caledonia. It examines the historical impact of French colonialism and particularly colonial education, and details ...
    • Impact of climate change on spirituality 

      Havea, Peni Hausia; Hemstock, Sarah L.; Des Combes, Helene Jacot; Luetz, Johannes M.; Liava‘a, Laiseni F. C. (Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2019)
      The Pacific is known as the most sensitive region to the impact of climate change on spirituality due to high Christian rates per capita. Using an explanatory design, here we studied 36 cases (n=36) of Fijians aged 25 ...
    • The performance of memory in Rapanui theatre 

      Fontin, Moira (Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2018)
      This article discusses how memory has been crucial in the production of theatre in Rapa Nui. Histories of colonial powers in Rapanui have foster the use of memory as a real source of information, not only to gather information ...
    • When the ‘tuna wars’ went hot: Kiribati, the Soviet Union, and the fishing pact that provoked a superpower 

      Willis, Jeff (Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2017)
      In 1985 the Republic of Kiribati, a low-lying island nation in the central Pacific, entered into a fisheries access arrangement with the Soviet Union. Coming at the height of renewed Cold War tensions between the USSR and ...