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New Journal - Pacific Studies

Posted on 30 November 2009 wgleeson

Pacific Studies is a quarterly journal produced by the Pacific Institute. It is a multi-disciplinary publication devoted to the study of the peoples of the Pacific Islands. It covers special topics in Pacific Anthropology, Archaeology, Art History, Ethnomusicology, Folklore, Geography, History, Sociolinguistics, Political Science, Sociology, and Literary Studies.

CTL has subscribed to Pacific Studies, with the first issues to be held from Vol. 32.

 The contents from Vol. 32, available in the Library are:

Volume XXXII Number 1 March 2009

 
CONTENTS
 
ARTICLES
 
Birgit Abels
Omengeredakl: Aesthetics of Sound and Vocal Music in Palau (1-22)
 
Mary Elisabeth Cox
Indigenous Informants or Samoan Savants?  German Translantions of Samoan Texts in Die Samoa-Inseln (23-27)
 
Sydney Lehua Iaukea
Land Agendas vis a vis a Makani (Wind) Discourse: Decontructing Space/Place Political Agendas in Hawai'i (48-72)
 
BOOK REVIEW FORUM
 
Masculinity, Motherhood, and Mockery: Psychoanalyzing Culture and the Iatmul Naven Rite in New Guinea (Eric Kline Silverman)
         Shirley Lindenbaum (73-78)
         Stephen Leavitt (78-81)
         Diane Losche (87-93)
         Paul Roscoe (87-93)
         Response: Eric Kline Silverman (93-109)
 
BOOK REVIEW
 
Evan Lampe
Asia in the Pacific Islands: Replacing the West (Ron Crocombe):110-113
 
BOOKS NOTED
 
Riley M. Moffat
Recent Pacific Islands Pulications: Selected Acquisitions, January 2008 - June 2008 (114-128)
 
 

Volume XXXII Numbers 2/3 June/September 2009

 
SPECIAL ISSUE: THE GANG OF FOUR:GREGORY BATESON, RUTH BENEDICT, REO FORTUNE, AND MARGARET MEAD IN MULTIPLE CONTEXTS
 
CONTENTS
 
ARTICLES
 
Gerald Sullivan and Sharon W. Tiffany
Guest Editors' Note (131-139)
 
Virginia Yans
Introduction: On Four Anthropologists and Their Histories (140-162)
 
Sharon W. Tiffany
Narrative, Voice and Genre in Margaret Mead's Coming of Age in Samoa (163-201)
 
Paul Shankman
Derek Freeman and Margaret Mead: What Did He Know, and When Did He Know I? (202-221)
 
Gerald Sullivan
Of External Habits and Maternal Attitudes: Margaret mead, Gestalt Psychology, and the Reproduction of Character (222-250)
 
John S. Gilkeson
Clyde Kuckhohn and the New Anthropology: From Culture and Personality to the Scientific Stude of Values (251-272)
 
Roger Ivar Lohmann
Dreams of Fortune: Reo Fortune's Psychological Theory of Cultural Ambivalence (273-298)
 
Caroline Thomas
Rediscovering Reo: Reflections on the Life and Anthropological Career of Reo Franklin Fotune (299-324)
 
Maureen Molloy
"More Like Fighting Than Like Waiting": Mead, Method, and the Proper Object of Knowledge in Anthropology (325-347)
 
Judith Schachter
Writing Lives: Ruth Benedicts's Journey from Biographical Studies to Anthropology (348-367)
 
Nicola B. Tannenbaum
Ruth Benedict and the Study of Thai Culture (367-391)
 
Phillip V. Guddemi
The Ecology of the Anthropological Mind: Gregory Bateson's Influence on Three Late Twentieth-Century Pacfic Scholars (392-417)