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Hegemony and counter hegemony in Fiji
(Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2017)
The article analyses Fiji politics by utilising the analytical framework established by neo-Gramscian scholars, who emphasise the role of social forces and constitutive moments in the making of history. Elite hegemony in ...
Girmit, postmemory, and Subramani
(Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2018)
The centenary of indenture in Fiji was celebrated with public displays, speeches, parades, and publications. The momentum for critical and creative response grew in tandem with the wave of publications inspired by the end ...
Two cases of memory construction in Fiji: A theoretical development of collective memory under globalisation and digital agetive memory
(Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2019)
The theory of collective memory argues that remembering is a socially constructed phenomenon. It is society that constructs and provides individuals with norms, beliefs, and ideas about life, and only within the social ...