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  • Indifferent Inclusionby Russell McGregor

    Aboriginal Studies Press 2011; US$ 31.95

    McGregor offers a holistic interpretation of the complex relationship between Indigenous and settler Australians during the middle four decades of the twentieth century. Combining the perspectives of political, social and cultural history in a coherent narrative, he provides a cogent analysis of how the relationship changed, and the impediments to... more...

  • The Aboriginal Story of Burke and Willsby Ian Clark; Fred Cahir

    CSIRO Publishing 2013; US$ 37.95

    The first major study of Aboriginal cross-cultural exchanges with the Burke and Wills expedition of 1860-61. more...

  • Nga Tini Whetuby Mason Durie

    Huia (NZ) Ltd 2013; US$ 5.99

    Nga Tini Whetu - Navigating Maori Futures brings together twenty-five papers Mason Durie has presented at national and international conferences between 2004 and 2010. It discusses Maori moving towards a future involving new technologies, alliances, economies and levels of achievement and being equipped to respond to the changes in a way that enables... more...

  • Nga Kahui Pouby Mason Durie

    Huia (NZ) Ltd 2013; US$ 5.99

    by 2051 the ethnic Maori population will almost double in size to close to a million, or twenty-two percent of the total New Zealand population. Even more dramatically, by 2051 thirty-three percent of all children in the country will be Maori ...' This substantial change in our society will have major implications for Maori and wider society. Professor... more...

  • Tahitian Journalby George Biddle

    University of Minnesota Press 1968; US$ 67.50 US$ 57.38

    In 1920 the young American artist George Biddle, recently demobilized after serving in the front lines during World War I, sailed to the South Pacific to live on the island of Tahiti for two years. There he settled down in a native village a day’s trip fr more...

  • Encounters in My Travelsby Dixie Lee Harris

    Editions Rodopi 2006; US$ 21.00

    This book details Harris’s travels throughout the globe among common people through sixty-seven countries over twelve years. She stayed in a harem, wore a burqa, and slept on a sidewalk through the biggest battle in the Algerian War! Questions evoke critical reading and philosophical thought, and the book includes a bibliography of suggestions... more...

  • Everything Tastes Better Crumbed and other Big Statementsby Dave O'Neil

    Hardie Grant Books 2007; US$ 24.95

    Anyone can make average statements, but only a special sort of person can make BIG statements. The sort that rock the foundations of everyday Australia and make you think, ‘Hang on a minute, he’s right, real estate agents do know how to have fun. And people who do karate do secretly want a fight.’ Dave O’Neil, star of radio and... more...

  • Samoan Islandsby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing 2012; US$ 7.99

    Enchanting, mysterious, romantic. These are the islands where Margaret Mead, Somerset Maugham, Robert Louis Stevenson and Gary Cooper lived for part of their lives. The only US Territory south of the Equator, American Samoa lies 2,300 miles south of Hawaii, 4,200 miles south of San Francisco. It is a mere 77 square miles and Tutuila, the largest island,... more...

  • Fiji & Tongaby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing 2012; US$ 8.99

    Each time I see a new place I privately play the game of, "Would I be happy living here permanently?" My reactions for Fiji, mostly happy ones, aren't based entirely on Fiji's miles of white beaches, her rattling palms, the variety of her villages, or the dramatic hill country. I can find these things in dozens of Pacific destinations... more...

  • The Solomon Islandsby Thomas Booth

    Hunter Publishing 2012; US$ 7.99

    Nature is excessive, lovely, and ominous in the Solomons and the Melanesians who live there, often blond or redheaded, are the blackest of all people. Before World War II such names as Guadalcanal, Savo, Munda were rarely heard. Guadalcanal, over 100 miles long by 30 miles wide, is the largest island. Then in descending order there's Malaita,... more...