Volume 93 1984 > Index to Volume 93, p 475-476
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- 475 INDEX TO VOLUME 93
  • Alkire, William H. The Palau Islands in the Pacific Ocean, by K. Semper, 470-2.
  • Amoamo, Tiwai, Tuhi Tupene and Roger Neich. The Complementarity of History and Art in Tūtāmure Meeting-House, Ōmarumutu Marae, Ōpōtiki, 5-37, figs.
  • Annual General Meeting: 1984 Minutes, 339.
  • Bayard, Donn. Houses Built on Scattered Poles: Prehistory and Ecology of Negros Oriental, eds K. L. Hutterer and W. K. Macdonald, 83-6.
  • Benton, Richard A. Bilingual Education and the Survival of the Maori Language, 247-66, figs.
  • Biggs, Bruce. Te Maori: Heirs of Tane, by D. Lewis and W. Foreman, 210-12.
  • Binney, Judith. Myth and Explanation in the Ringatū Tradition, 345-98.
  • Blust, Robert. Malaita-Micronesian: An Eastern Oceanic Subgroup?, 99-140.
  • Blythe, Jennifer. An Obsidian Source in the Vitu Islands, West New Britain, 199-203.
  • Caroline Islands: Negotiating identities on Ponape, 141-89.
  • Cleghorn, Paul L. An Historical Review of Polynesian Stone Adze Studies, 399-421, fig.
  • Dadson, Philip. Art and Artists in Oceania, eds S. M. Mead and B. Kernot, 468-70.
  • Fischer, J. L. One Man Cannot Rule a Thousand: Fission in a Ponapean Chiefdom, by G. Petersen, 86-9.
  • Frazer, Ian. Pacific Protest. The Maasina Rule Movement Solomon Islands, 1944-1952, ed. H. Laracy, 322-5.
  • Gewertz, Deborah. Inequality in New Guinea Highland Societies, ed. A. Strathern, 89-92.
  • Goddard, Michael. Through a Glass Darkly: Beer and Modernization in Papua New Guinea, ed. M. Marshall, 325-6.
  • Goldsmith, Michael. Cult and Conflict in Tropical Polynesia. A Study of Traditional Religion, Christianity and Nativistic Movement, by J. Siikala, 214-17.
  • Guiart, Jean. Land and Politics in New Caledonia, by A. W. Ward, 331-6.
  • Harrison, Simon. Yena: Art and Ceremony in a Sepik Society, by R. Bowden, 456-8.
  • Hooper, Robin. Neuter Verbs, Stative Aspect and the Expression of Agency in Polynesian, 39-70.
  • Jones, K. L. A 1761 Medalet from the East Coast, North Island, New Zealand: Relic of Cook's First Voyage?, 315-20, figs.
  • Kawharu, I. H. Maori Sociology: A Commentary, 231-46.
  • Keesing, Roger M. The Kula: New Perspectives on Massim Exchange, eds J. W. Leach and E. R. Leach; The Kula: A Bibliography, by M. Macintyre, 462-3.
  • Knapman, Bruce. Middlemen and Brokers in Oceania, eds W. L. Rodman and D. A. Counts, 326-7.
  • Langdon, Robert. The Cyclopedia of Samoa, Tonga, Tahiti and the Cook Islands, ed. P. S. Allen, 321-2.
  • Laracy, Hugh. The Pacific Since Magellan. Volume I, The Spanish Lake; Volume II, Monopolists and Freebooters, by O. H. K. Spate, 328-9.
  • Layton, Brent. Alienation Rights in Traditional Maori Society: A Reconsideration, 423-40.
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  • Leach, Helen M. Archaeological Investigations of the Mudlane-Waimea-Kawaihae Road Corridor, Island of Hawai'i: An Interdisciplinary Study of an Environmental Transect, eds J. T. Clark and P. V. Kirch, 80-3.
  • Lieber, Michael D. Strange Feasts: Negotiating Identities on Ponape, 141-89.
  • Linguistics: Neuter verbs in Polynesian, 39-70; “citrus” in Proto-Oceanic, 77-8; an Eastern Oceanic subgroup?, 99-140.
  • Lynch, John. On the Proto-Oceanic Word for “Citrus”, 77-8.
  • Macpherson, Cluny. Old Samoa or Flotsam and Jetsam from the Pacific Ocean, by J. B. Stair, 220-2.
  • Maori: Tūtāmure Meeting-House, Ōmarumutu Marae, Ōpōtiki, 5-37; Maori sociology, 231-46; Bilingual education and the survival of the Maori language, 247-66; genesis of Maori activism, 267-81; Ruunanga in Maori politics, 283-93; oral tradition, 295-314; myth and explanation in the Ringatū tradition, 345-98; alienation rights in traditional Maori society, 423-40.
  • McLean, Mervyn. Bikmaus: A Quarterly Journal of Papua New Guinea Affairs, Ideas and the Arts. Vol. IV, No. 3, September 1983, 455-6.
  • McRae, Jane. The Function and Style of Ruunanga in Maori Politics, 283-93.
  • Morton, Harry. Chance Discoveries of Australia and New Zealand by Portuguese and Spanish Navigators Between 1521-1528, by R. Hervé, 461.
  • Myers, Michael. Religious Movements in Melanesia Today, ed. W. Flannery; Les Cultes du Cargo Mélanésiens: Mythe et Rationalité en Anthropologie, by M. Kilani, 203-8.
  • Neich, Roger. see Amoamo, Tiwai; Samoan Figurative Carvings and Samoan Canoes, 191-7, figs.
  • New Zealand: Relic of Cook's First Voyage?, 315-20.
  • Oceania: Sound producing instruments, 441-53.
  • Parmentier, Richard J. Palauan Social Structure, by D. V. Smith, 217-20.
  • Parsonson, G. S. The Aggressions of the French at Tahiti and Other Islands of the Pacific, by P. De Deckker, 458-60.
  • Pendergrast, Mick. Pacific Basket Makers: A Living Tradition, ed. S. Jones, 208-10.
  • Polynesia: Stone adze studies, 399-421.
  • Prickett, Nigel. John Roberts, N.Z.C.: A Man of His Time, by W. T. Parham, 212-3.
  • Rimoldi, Eleanor. Nature, Culture and Gender, eds C. MacCormick and M. Strathern; Sexual Antagonism, Gender and Social Change in Papua New Guinea, eds F. J. P. Poole and G. H. Herdt, 464-7.
  • Samoa: Figurative carvings and canoes, 191-7.
  • Schwimmer, Eric. Van Vershueren's Description of Yei-Nan Culture: Extracts from the Posthumous Papers, by J. Van Baal, 79-80.
  • South Pacific: Early coconut remains, 71-6.
  • Sperlich, Wolfgang, Review Article of Sound Producing Instruments in Oceania, by H. Fischer, 441-53.
  • Spriggs, Matthew. Early Coconut Remains from the South Pacific, 71-7, fig.
  • Thomas, Allan. Nineteenth Century Hawaiian Chant, by E. Tatar, 330-1.
  • Thornton, Agathe. The Story of the Woman Brought Back from the Underworld, 295-314.
  • Tupene, Tuhi. see Amoamo, Tiwai.
  • Walker, R. J. The Genesis of Maori Activism, 267-81.
  • West New Britain: Obsidian source (Vitu Islands), 199-203.