Volume 109 2000 > Index to volume 109, p 449-452
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- 449 INDEX TO VOLUME 109
  • Admiralty Islands: Margaret Mead, Manus, and Depression America, 233-50.
  • Anderson, Atholl, Geoffrey Clark and Trevor Worthy. An Inland Lapita Site in Fiji, 311-16, figs.
  • Anderson, Atholl, Paul Wallin, Helene Martinsson-Wallin, Barry Fankhauser and Geoffrey Hope. Towards a First Prehistory of Kiritimati (Christmas) Island, Republic of Kiribati, 273-93, figs.
  • Annual General Meeting: 2000 Minutes, 333.
  • Aswani, Shankar. Preface: On Head-hunting in the Western Solomons, 4-7; Changing Identities: The Ethnohistory of Roviana Predatory Head-hunting, 39-70, figs; Pacific Development Sustained: Policy for Pacific Environments, by Colin Hunt, and Strategies for Sustainable Development: Experiences from die Pacific, eds John Overton and Regina Scheyvens, 427-30.
  • Ayres, William S. Correspondence. A Correction: Ayres's Review of Skjølsvold 's (ed.), Archaeological Excavations at Anakena, Easter Island, 217-18.
  • Best, Simon. Sigatoka, the Shifting Sands of Fijian Prehistory, by Yvonne Marshall, Andrew Crosby, Sepeti Matararaba and Shannon Wood, 430-32.
  • Buschmann, Rainier. Across the Great Divide: Journeys in History and Anthropology, by Bronwen Douglas, 423-25.
  • Clark, Geoffrey, see Anderson, Atholl.
  • Dureau, Christine. Skulls, Mana and Causality, 71-97.
  • Dwyer, Peter and Monica Minnegal. El Niño, Y2k and the “Short, Fat Lady”: Drought and Agency in a Lowland Papua New Guinea Community, 251-72.
  • Ellis, Ngarino. Ruatepupuke: A Maori Meeting House, by Arapata Hakiwai and John Terrell, 318-20; Colonial Photography & Exhibitions: Representations of the “Native” People and the Making of European Identities, by Anne Maxwell, 325-27.
  • Ehrlich, Celia. “Inedible” to “Edible”: Firewalking and the Ti Plant (Cordyline fruticosa), 371-400.
  • Fankhauser, Barry, see Anderson, Atholl.
  • Fiji: inland Lapita site, 311-16.
  • Firth, Sir Raymond. Correspondence: On Tikopia Headrests, 216-17.
  • Freeman, Derek. Correspondence: On Schoeffel's Review of The Fateful Hoaxing of Margaret Mead, 218-20.
  • Green, Roger C. A Range of Disciplines Support a Dual Origin for the Bottle Gourd in the Pacific, 191-97.
  • Guerin, Bernard. Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples, by Linda Tuhiwai Smith, 439-40.
  • Hage, Per. The Conical Clan in Micronesia: The Marshall Islands, 295-309, figs.
  • Hanlon, David. Voyages and Beaches: Pacific Encounters, 1769-1840, eds Alex Calder, Jonathan Lamb and Bridget Orr, 421-23.
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  • Herda, Phyllis S. Echoes of Pacific War, eds Deryck Scarr, Niel Gunson and Jennifer Terrell, 329-30.
  • Hooper, Robin. The Lexicon of Proto Oceanic: The Culture and Environment of Ancestral Oceanic Society. 1: Material Culture, eds Malcolm Ross, Andrew Pawley and Meredith Osmond, 205-7.
  • Hope, Geoffrey, see Anderson, Atholl.
  • Kaeppler, Adrienne L. Maori Art and Culture. [2nd edition], ed. D.C. Starzecka, 209-11; Queen Sâlote of Tonga: The Story of an Era 1900-1965, by Elizabeth Wood-Ellem, 213-15.
  • Kawharu, Merata. Kaitiakitanga: A Maori Anthropological Perspective of the Maori Socio-Environmental Ethic of Resource Management, 349-69.
  • Kiribati: Kiritimati [Christmas] Island prehistory, 273-93.
  • Maori: Kaitiakitanga from a Maori anthropological perspective, 349-69.
  • Martinsson-Wallin, Helene. see Anderson, Atholl.
  • McCall, Grant. Correspondence: Reply to Derek Freeman, 441-43.
  • McDougall, Debra. Paths of Pinauzu: Captivity and Social Reproductions in Ranongga, 99-113.
  • Micronesia: the conical clan [Marshall Islands], 295-309.
  • Middleton, Angela. Laplace in New Zealand, 1831, trans. Keith V. Sinclair, 207-9.
  • Minnegal, Monica, see Dwyer, Peter.
  • Molloy, Maureen. “Lords of an Empty Creation”: Manus, America, and the Depression, 233-50; Black Body: Women, Colonialism and Space, by Radhika Mohanram, 433-34.
  • Nagaoka, Takuya, see Sheppard, Peter.
  • Obituary: Bruce Grandison Biggs, 341-46.
  • Ogan, Eugene. The Sky Travellers: Journeys in New Guinea 1938-1939, by Bill Gammage, 425-26.
  • Osoiro, Jon. Hawaiian National Bibliography 1780-1900, Volume I. 1780-1830, comp. David W. Forbes, 317-18.
  • Pacific: bottle gourd [dual origin], 191-97; firewalking and the Ti plant, 371-400.
  • Papua New Guinea: drought, myth and change [Western Province], 251-72; Eyma on agriculture [Panai, Central Highlands], 401-20.
  • Pawley, Andrew. Obituary: Bruce Grandison Biggs FRSNZ, CBE, OBE, President of the Polynesian Society 1979-1993, 341-46.
  • Pearson, Sarina. Seeing Anthropology: Cultural Anthropology Through Film, by Karl G. Heider, 320-22.
  • Pendergrast, Mick. Te Whatu Taniko: Taniko Weaving Technique and Tradition, by Hirini Moko Mead, 432-33.
  • Ploeg, Anton. Dr P.J. Eyma's Writings on Agriculture in the Panai Area, Central Highlands, Western New Guinea, 401-20, fig.
  • Poyer, Lin. Pacific Answers to Western Hegemony: Cultural Practices of Identity Construction, ed. Jurg Wassmann, 211-13.
  • Quanchi, Max. The People Trade: Pacific Labourers and New Caledonia 1865-1930, by Dorothy Shineberg, 437-39.
  • Robbins, Joel. The Magical Body: Power. Fame and Meaning in a Melanesian Society, by Richard Eves, 201-3.
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  • Samoa: matai/‘chief’ [historical and etymological comparative queries], 151-90.
  • Sheppard, Peter, Richard Walter and Takuya Nagaoka. The Archaeology of Head-hunting in Roviana Lagoon, New Georgia, 9-37, figs.
  • Shineberg, Dorothy. Histoires de terres kanakes: Conflits fonciers et rapports sociaux dans le région de Houailou (Nouvelle-Calēdonie), by Michel Naepels, 203-5.
  • Solomon Islands: head-hunting, 4-7; archaeology, 9-37; ethnohistory, 39-70; skulls and mana, 71-97; legacy of captives, 99-113; associated art, 115-33.
  • Sullivan, Roger. American Anthropology in Micronesia: An Assessment, by Robert C. Kiste and Mac Marshall, 322-24.
  • Tcherkézoff, Serge. The Samoan Category of Matai (‘Chief’): A Singularity in Polynesia? Historical and Etymological Comparative Queries, 151-90.
  • Thomas, Allan. Weavers of Song: Polynesian Music and Dance, by Mervyn McLean, 327-28.
  • Waite, Deborah. An Artefact/Image Text of Head-hunting Motifs, 115-33, figs.
  • Wallin, Paul, see Anderson, Atholl.
  • Ward, Alan. The Welcome of Strangers: An Ethnohistory of Southern Maori A.D. 1650-1850, by Atholl Anderson, 199-201.
  • Walter, Richard, see Sheppard, Peter.
  • Worthy, Trevor, see Anderson, Atholl.
  • Young, Raymond. The Pacific Islands: Environment and Society, ed. Moshe Rapaport, 435-37.

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