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THE JOURNAL OF THE POLYNESIAN SOCIETY

Volume 99 JUNE 1990 Number 2

  • Editor RICHARD MOYLE
  • Review Editor ROSS CLARK
  • Editorial Assistant LIONEL CROTHERS

Published quarterly by the Polynesian Society (Inc.), Auckland, New Zealand

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Published in New Zealand by the Polynesian Society (Inc.)

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    CONTENTS
  • Notes and News 127
    Articles
  • JENIFER CURNOW. TE RANGIKAHEKE. Wiremu Maihi; A Book Describing the Murder of Te Hunga, The History of the Wars Formerly Carried On Between the Tribes of Rotorua and Waikato 128
  • NANCY MCDOWELL. Competitive Equality in Melanesia: An Exploratory Essay 179
    Correspondence
  • Webster, Steven. Response to Metge 205
    Reviews
  • Ballara, Angela: Proud to Be White? A Survey of Pakeha Prejudice in New Zealand. CLUNY MACPHERSON 209
  • Belich, James: The New Zealand Wars and the Victorian Interpretation of Racial Conflict. G. V. BUTTERWORTH 211
  • Borofsky, Robert: Making History: Pukapukan and Anthropological Constructions of Knowledge. MARY AND KEVIN SALISBURY 215
  • Publications Received 219

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NOTES AND NEWS
Contributors of Articles in This Issue

Nancy McDowell received degrees in Anthropology from the University of Illinois and Cornell University. Her primary fieldwork was conducted in Bun, Papua New Guinea, in 1972-4, 1977 and 1981. She has published on Bun gender relations, kinship, ideology and exchange system. Additionally, she has worked with Margaret Mead's and Reo Fortune's 1932 notes on the down-river Mundugumor. She is currently an Associate Professor at Franklin and Marshall College in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Centennial Fund

The President reports that the Centennial Fund now stands at $2200. Life Members in particular have responded generously to his individual letters to them. He hopes to write soon to all current Members of the Society drawing their attention to the existence of the fund and inviting their contributions.