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  • Annual General Meeting: 2002 Minutes, 297.
  • Ballendorf, Dirk Anthony. The Typhoon of War: Micronesian Experiences of the Pacific War, by Lin Poyer, Suzanne Falgout and Lawrence Marshall Carucci, 192-95.
  • Barnett, Jon. Food Security for Papua New Guinea, eds R.M Bourke, M.G. Allen and J.G. Salisbury, 259-60.
  • Best, Simon. Special Review: Kirch, Patrick Vinton and Roger C. Green: Hawaiki, Ancestral Polynesia: An Essay in Historical Anthropology, 171-72.
  • Bickler, Simon H. and Marianne Turner. Food to Stone: Investigations at the Suloga Adze Manufacturing Sites, Woodlark Island, Papua New Guinea, 11-43, figs.
  • Blust, Robert Topics in Polynesian Language and Culture History, by Jeff Marck, 396-98.
  • Brock, Robert L. Māori Names for Crickets, 239-48.
  • Brown, Deidre. Pukaki: A Comet Returns, by Paul Tapsell, 89-90.
  • Burton, John. Land Mobilisation in Papua New Guinea, by L.T. Jones and P.A. McGavin, 185-87.
  • Campbell, Matthew. Ritual Landscape in Late Pre-Contact Rarotonga: A Brief Reading, 147-70, figs; Australian Archaeologist: Collected Papers in Honour of Jim Allen, eds Atholl Anderson and Tim Murray, 385-87.
  • Carson, Mike T. Tī Ovens in Polynesia: Ethnological and Archaeological Perspectives, 339-70, figs.
  • Carucci, Lawrence Marshall. Stories from the Marshall Islands, by Jack A. Tobin, 285-87.
  • Collins, Sara L. see Stefan, Vincent H.
  • Cory-Pearce, Elizabeth. Carved Histories: Rotorua Ngati Tarawhai Woodcarving, by Roger Neich, 270-72.
  • Coxon, Eve. Critical Essays: Cultural Perspectives from the South Seas, by 'I.F. Helu, 183-84.
  • Dawson, Richard. The Maori Language and its Expression in New Zealand Law: Two Essays on the Use of Te Reo Māori in Government and Parliament, by Phil Parkinson, 391-93;Waitangi and Indigenous Rights: Revolution, Law & Legitimation, by F.M. Brookfield, 398-400.
  • Dega, M.F. and P.V. Kirch. A Modified Culture History of Anahulu Valley, O'ahu, Hawai'i and its Significance for Hawaiian Prehistory, 107-26, figs.
  • Denoon, Donald. Island Kingdom: Tonga Ancient and Modern (2nd edition), by I.C. Campbell, 180.
  • Easter Island [Rapa Nui]: O.G.S. Crawford and the Mana Expedition, 65-77.
  • Errington, Frederick. The Value of Indigenous Music in the Life and Ministry of the Church: The United Church in the Duke of York Islands, by Andrew Midian, 187-89.
  • Evans, Mike. Culture and Sustainable Development in the Pacific, ed. Antony Hooper, 267-68.
  • Fenton, Sabine, see Moon, Paul.
  • Filihia, Meredith. Le malentendu Pacifique: Des premières recontres entre Polynésierts et Anglais et de ce qui s'ensuivit avec les Français jusqu'à nos jours, by Jean-François Baré, 387-89.
  • Fraser, Ian. Confronting Fiji Futures, ed. A.Haroon Akram-Lodhi, 177-79.
  • Geraghty, Paul. Special Review: Kirch, Patrick Vinton and Roger C. Green: Hawaiki, Ancestral Polynesia: An Essay in Historical Anthropology, 172-75.
  • Goddard, Michael. Encompassing Others: The Magic of Modernity in Melanesia, by Edward Lipuma, 85-87.
  • Goldsmith, Michael. Time and Tide: The Islands of Tuvalu, by Peter Bennetts and Tony Wheeler, 389-91.
  • Harrison, G.L. (Abby). see Penny, David.
  • Hawai'i: modified culture history of Anahulu Valley, and its significance for Hawaiian prehistory, 107-26.
  • Hempenstall, Peter. Preserving the Self in the South Seas 1680-1840, by Jonathan Lamb, 83-85.
  • Henderson Island: crania and their implication for Southeastern Polynesian prehistory, 371-83.
  • Hokowhitu, Brendan. Ngā Kura Māori: The Native Schools System 1867-1969, ed. Judith Simon, 281-83.
  • Holdaway, Simon. The Archaeology of Otago, by Jill Hamel, 263-64.
  • Howe, K.R. Exploration and Exchange: A South Seas Anthology 1680-1900, eds Jonathan Lamb, Vanessa Smith and Nicholas Thomas, 268-70.
  • Jacka, Jerry. Remaking the World: Myth Mining, and Ritual Change Among the Duna of Papua New Guinea, by Pamela J. Stewart and Andrew Strathern, 405-7.
  • James, Kerry. The Cost of Custom: A Recent Funeral in Tonga, 223-38, fig.
  • Kirch, P.V. see Dega, M.F.
  • Kühling, Susanne. Sagali and the Kula: A Regional Systems Analysis of the Massim, by Johnny Persson, 189-92.
  • Lai, Brij V. Government by the Gun: The Unfinished Business of Fiji's 2000 Coup, by Robbie Robertson and William Sutherland, 272-74.
  • Laurie, John. Translating the Treaty of Waitangi, 255-58.
  • Lee, Georgia. Correspondence, 413-14.
  • Macintyre, Martha. Body Trade: Captivity, Cannibalism and Colonialism in the Pacific, eds Barbara Creed and Jeanette Hoorn, 181-83.
  • Margetts, Anna. Possessive Markers in Central Pacific Languages, ed. Steven R. Fischer, 261-63.
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  • McGeorge, Colin. A Civilising Mission? Perceptions and Representations of the New Zealand Native Schools System, eds Judith Simon and Linda Tuhiwai Smith, 283-85.
  • Metge, Joan. Returning the Gift—Utu in Intergroup Relations, 311-38, figs.
  • Middleton, Angela, Le Jeune's “Inhabitants of New Zealand, With a View of Their Fortified Stronghold or Hippah. 10 April 1824”: A Correct Identification Of this “Hippah”, 45-50, figs.
  • Minnegal, Monica. Food Rules: Hunting, Sharing, and Tabooing Game in Papua New Guinea, by Harriet Whitehead, 289-91.
  • Moon, Paul and Sabine Fenton. Bound Into a Fateful Union: Henry Williams' Translation of the Treaty of Waitangi into Māori in February 1840, 51-63.
  • Morris, Caroline. Correspondence: Response to Stewart and Strathern's Response to Review of Identity Work, 97.
  • Murray-McIntosh, Rosalind, see Penny, David.
  • Neumann, Klaus. Nanshin: Japanese Settlers in Papua and New Guinea 1890-1949, by Hiromitsu Iwamoto, 393-95.
  • New Zealand: identification of Le Jeune's “hippah”, 45-50; Williams' 1840 translation of the Treaty of Waitangi, 51-63,255-58; females in the founding population [mtDNA variation analysis], 207-21; Māori names for crickets, 239-48; gift exchange and utu in intergroup relations, 311-38.
  • Papua New Guinea: Suloga adze manufacturing sites [Woodlark Island], 11-43.
  • Park, Julie. Mauri Ora: The Dynamics of Māori Health, by Mason Durie, 79-80.
  • Penny, David, Rosalind Murray-McIntosh and G.L. (Abby) Harrison. Estimating the Number of Females in a Founding Population of New Zealand: Analysis of mtDNA Variation, 207-21, figs
  • Polynesia: Tī ovens, 339-70.
  • Quince, Khylee. The Too-Hard Basket: Maori and Criminal Justice Since 1800, by Charlotte Williams, 291-93.
  • Rankin, Elizabeth. Double Vision: Art Histories and Colonial Histories in the Pacific, eds Nicholas Thomas and Diane Losche, 91-93.
  • Rarotonga: ritual landscape [Late Pre-Contact period], 147-70.
  • Roscoe, Paul. Kastom or Komuniti: A Study of Social Process and Change Among the Wam People, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea, by Nigel A. Stephenson, 87-89.
  • Salesa, T. Damon. A History of the Pacific Islands: Passages Through Tropical Time, by Deryck Scarr, 400-2.
  • Saura, Bruno. Continuity of Bodies: The Infant's Placenta and the Island's Navel in Eastern Polynesia, 127-45.
  • Sheppard, Peter. Anai'o: The Archaeology of a Fourteenth Century Polynesian Community in the Cook Islands, by Richard Walter, 287-89.
  • Solomon Islands: Spanish sherds (San Cristobal), 249-54.
  • Specht, Jim. On the Road of the Winds: An Archaeological History of the Pacific Islands Before European Contact, by Patrick Vinton Kirch, 81-82.
  • Stefan, Vincent H., Sara L. Collins and Marshall I. Weisler. Henderson Island Crania and their Implication for Southeastern Polynesian Prehistory, 371-83, figs.
  • Strong, Thomas. An Introduction to the Anthropology of Melanesia: Culture and Tradition, and Social Change in Melanesia: Development and History, by Paul Sillitoe, 274-77.
  • Tahiti: significance of placental burial, 127-45,413-14.
  • Teaiwa, Teresia K. Te Rii ni Banaba, by Raobeia Ken Sigrah and Stacey M. King, 402-4.
  • Telban, Borut. Songs of Spirits: An Ethnography of Sounds in a Papua New Guinea Society, by Yoichi Yamada, 294-96.
  • Tonga: cost and traditional obligations, 223-38.
  • Turner, Marianne, see Bickler, Simon.
  • Van der Ryn, Micah. Voyaging Through the Contemporary Pacific, eds David Hanlon and Geoffrey M. White, 265-67.
  • Van Tilburg, Jo Anne. O.G.S. Crawford and the Mana Expedition to Easter Island (Rapa Nui), 1913-1915, 65-77, figs.
  • Weisler, Marshall I. see Stefan, Vincent H.
  • White, Moira. The Spanish Sherds from San Cristobal, 249-54, figs.