Tag Archives: Pacific Studies

Latest Amerasia Journal examines the changing state of Pacific languages across Oceania and the diaspora

Covering a geographic region with the greatest language diversity and the lowest population density, “Pacific Languages in Diaspora”—the latest special-topic issue of Amerasia Journal (43:1)—examines efforts to preserve languages at risk of extinction from globalization, climate change, and migration.  As … Continue reading

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“What Makes Women Soldiers? Context, Context, Context: the Case of Fiji” by Professor Teresia Teaiwa

For the upcoming Los Angeles visit of Professor Teresia Teaiwa, a distinguished Pacific Islander scholar and writer, we would like to announce two events where she will be speaking.  She is a Professor of Pacific Studies at Victoria University of … Continue reading

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