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Volume 105 MARCH 1996 Number 1
  • Editor RAY HARLOW
  • Review Editor WENDY COWLING
  • Editorial Assistant JENNY KING

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

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

Typeset and Printed by the University Printing Services, University of Auckland

Copyright © 1996 by The Polynesian Society (Inc.)

Apart from any fair dealing for the purposes of private study, research, criticism, or review, as permitted under the Copyright Act, no part of this publication may be reproduced by any process without written permission.

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Indexed in CURRENT CONTENTS, Behavioural, Social and Managerial Sciences, in INDEX TO NEW ZEALAND PERIODICALS, and in ANTHROPOLOGICAL INDEX.


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Volume 105 March 1996 Number 1
  • Notes and News 5
  • DEIDRE BROWN. Te Hau ki Turanga 7
  • JOHN LYNCH. Kava-drinking in Southern Vanuatu: Melanesian drinkers, Polynesian roots 27
  • MAUREEN MOLLOY AND JUDITH HUNTSMAN. Population regeneration in Tokelau: the case of Nukunonu 41
  • RICHARD WALTER. Settlement Pattern Archaeology in the Southern Cook Islands: a Review 63
    Review article
  • Schrempp, Gregory: Magical Arrows: The Maori, the Greeks, and the Folklore of the Universe.
  • Correspondence 109
  • Obituary for Sione Lātūkefu. NIEL GUNSON 125
  • Durie, Mason: Whaiora Maori Health Development.
  • IAN BOXILL 128
  • Cox, Paul Alan and Sandra Anne Banack (editors): Islands, Plants and Polynesians - An Introduction to Polynesian Ethnobotany.
  • Publications received 131

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Contributors to this issue

Deidre Brown is a doctoral student in architecture at the University of Auckland, studying Maori religio-political building from the early nineteenth century to the present. She holds an Auckland University Graduate Scholarship.

Judith Huntsman is Associate Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Auckland, and familiar to many JPS readers as the Honorary Secretary of the Society, a former editor and contributor of numerous articles on the atolls of Tokelau which have appeared in this Journal. Currently she is putting the final touches on an historical ethnography of Tokelau, co-authored with Antony Hooper, which is scheduled for publication by Auckland University Press in 1996.

John Lynch is currently Professor of Pacific Languages and Director of the University of the South Pacific's Vanuatu-based Pacific Languages Unit. He has spent the last twenty-five years teaching and conducting research in Melanesia, with particular focus on the languages of Southern Vanuatu, on the reconstruction of Proto Oceanic, and on languages in contact.

Maureen Molloy is Professor of Women's Studies at the University of Auckland, and author of Those who Speak from the Heart, a historical ethnography of the Waipu Scots community in northern New Zealand. She is currently completing a book on gender and social policy in New Zealand based upon research undertaken as a Hodge Fellow of the NZ Foundation of Research, Science and Technology. She has co-authored several articles on pre-contact Maori demography.

Richard Walter is a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Otago. His research interests are broadly based in Pacific archaeology and ethnoarchaeology and he has published papers on Polynesian settelment patterns, trade and exchange, colonisation and marine exploitation practices. He is currently working on field projects in the Cook Islands and Niue.

Copies of the Centennial Index compiled by Dorothy Brown to mark the Society's first 100 years can be ordered from the Society's office. Price: $30-00 or US$17-50. Postage: $2-00 (within N.Z.), $3-85 (overseas). The index covers the contents of the journal from its first issue through to volume 100, 1991.

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The New Zealand Journal of History
Editors: Judith Binney and M.P.K. Sorrenson

Vol. 29, No. 2, October 1995 contains:

Donald Denoon Settler Capitalism Unsettled
Ian Barber Between Biculturalism and Assimilation: The Changing Place of Maori Culture in the Twentieth-Century New Zealand Mormon Church
John E. Martin Unemployment, Government and the Labour Market in New Zealand, 1860-1890
Paul Monin The Maori Economy of Hauraki 1840-1880
Susan Moller Okin Gender and Relativism in Recent Feminist Historical Scholarship

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