Teresia Teaiwa
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Inside out: Literature, cultural politics, and identity in the new Pacific
P Grace, E Hau'Ofa, D Hanlon, DS Long, P Lyons, ST Marsh, R Nicole, ...
Rowman & Littlefield, 1999
1821999
Militarized currents: Toward a decolonized future in Asia and the Pacific
S Shigematsu, KL Camacho
U of Minnesota Press, 2010
1732010
Bikinis and other s/pacific n/oceans
TK Teaiwa
The Contemporary Pacific, 87-109, 1994
1461994
Reading Paul Gauguin’s Noa Noa with Epeli Hau ‘ofa’s Kisses in the Nederends: Militourism, feminism, and the ‘polynesian’body
T Teaiwa
Inside out: Literature, cultural politics, and identity in the new Pacific …, 1999
1181999
Ambivalent kinships? Pacific people in New Zealand
T Teaiwa, S Mallon
New Zealand identities: Departures and destinations, 207-229, 2005
1142005
New Zealand identities: Departures and destinations
JH Liu
Victoria University Press, 2005
1062005
L (o) osing the Edge
TK Teaiwa
The Contemporary Pacific, 343-357, 2001
962001
On analogies: Rethinking the Pacific in a global context
T Teaiwa
The Contemporary Pacific 18 (1), 71-87, 2006
912006
Articulated cultures: Militarism and masculinities in Fiji during the mid 1990s
TK Teaiwa
Fijian Studies: A Journal of Contemporary Fiji 3 (2), 201-222, 2005
792005
Militarism, tourism and the native: Articulations in Oceania
TK Teaiwa
University of California, Santa Cruz, 2001
642001
Native thoughts: A Pacific Studies take on cultural studies and diaspora
TK Teaiwa
Indigenous diasporas and dislocations, 15-36, 2017
562017
Introduction: Constructing New Zealand identities
JH Liu, T McCreanor, T McIntosh, T Teaiwa
New Zealand identities: Departures and destinations, 11-20, 2005
432005
6. For or Before an Asia Pacific Studies Agenda?
TK Teaiwa
Remaking Area Studies, 110-124, 2010
342010
What remains to be seen: reclaiming the visual roots of pacific literature
T Teaiwa
PMLA/Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 125 (3), 730-736, 2010
332010
Globalizing and gendered forces: The contemporary militarization of Pacific/Oceania
T Teaiwa
Gender and Globalization in Asia and the Pacific, 318-332, 2008
322008
Security disarmed: critical perspectives on gender, race, and militarization
B Sutton, S Morgen, J Novkov
Rutgers University Press, 2008
322008
Searching for Nei Nim'anoa
T Teaiwa
editorips@ usp. ac. fj, 1995
321995
Scholarship from a lazy native
T Teaiwa
Work in flux, 58-72, 1995
301995
Samting Nating: Pacific Waves at the Margins of Feminist Security Studies
T Teaiwa, C Slatter
International Studies Perspectives 14 (4), 447-450, 2013
262013
Preparation for deep learning: A reflection on ‘teaching’Pacific Studies in the Pacific
T Teaiwa
The Journal of Pacific History 46 (2), 214-220, 2011
252011
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