Postcolonial Dilemmas: Reappraising Justice and Identity in New Zealand
edited by Toon Van Meijl and Michael Goldsmith
a special issue of the Journal of the Polynesian Society has just come out.
Vol 112 (3) Sept 2003
TOON VAN MEIJL and MICHAEL GOLDSMITH
Introduction: Recognition Redistribution and Reconciliation in Postcolonial Settler Societies
Effecting Change through Electoral Politics: Cultural Identity and the Mäori Franchise
Abortive Redemption? Apology, History and Subjectivity in Australian Reconciliation
TOON VAN MEIJL;
Conflicts of Redistribution in Contemporary Mäori Society:Leadership and the Tainui Settlement
Culture, For and Against: Patterns of “Culturespeak” in New Zealand.
One Nation, Two Peoples, Many Cultures: Exhibiting Identity at Te Papa Tongarewa
The Journal of the Polynesian Society welcomes scholarly manuscripts addressing the past and present of the New Zealand Maori and all Pacific Islands peoples and cultures. It is multidisciplinary and publishes articles in the fields of history, social anthropology, biological anthropology, archaeology, ethnomusicology, linguistics, sociology and cultural studies. Suitable submissions are peer reviewed. At present the period from submission to publication averages 6-9 months.
Submissions (three hard copies, double-spaced, endnotes/footnotes as separate document, list of references) should be addressed to:
The Hon. Editor, Assoc. Professor Judith Huntsman,
Dept of Anthropology, University of Auckland
P. B. 92019, Auckland (New Zealand)
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Dr Claudia Gross
Department of Anthropology
University of Auckland
Phone/Fax: ++64 (09) 827 1936
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