Browsing by Author "Goldsmith, Michael"

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  • Historicising Gerd Koch's Ethnographic Films on Tuvalu

    Goldsmith, Michael (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2010)
    Gerd Koch is probably best known for his studies of Tuvalu in the early 1960s, when it was still part of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony. In the process of recording aspects of material and expressive culture on ...
  • Introduction: Recognition, redistribution and reconciliation in postcolonial settler societies

    van Meijl, Toon; Goldsmith, Michael (The Polynesian Society (Inc), 2003-09-01)
    Various questions are addressed regarding recognition of special rights for indigenous minorities in postcolonial nation-states, redistributing resources to redress longstanding indigenous grievances about the history of ...
  • Introduction: Religious rupture and revival in the Pacific

    Macdonald, Fraser; Goldsmith, Michael (POLYNESIAN SOC INC, 2019-12-01)
    This special issue arose from a panel, “Political and Religious Conversions in the Pacific”, convened by Fraser Macdonald and Michael Goldsmith at the 2017 Australian Anthropological Society (AAS) annual conference held ...
  • On not knowing one’s place

    Goldsmith, Michael (University of Hawai'i Press, 2000)
    Ethnographers have described many cultural worlds of the Pacific with subtlety and energy, but those worlds were and are always more complex than most standard forms of ethnography have recognized. The ASAO model for the ...
  • Our Place in New Zealand Culture: How the Museum of New Zealand Constructs Biculturalism

    Goldsmith, Michael (, 2003)
    The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa opened in 1998 amidst controversy but has been a huge popular success and has become an icon of national identity. The controversy was confined to elite circles and stemmed from ...