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Approches autour de culture et nature dans le Pacifique Sud (review)

Approches autour de culture et nature dans le Pacifique Sud (review) 188 the contemporary pacific • 18:1 (2006) down the south coast, at Uvol, simi- “binary models of the world based larly exalted males linked inland on the nature-culture dichotomy” mountain villages with coastal villages which, according to Mokaddem, have in a series of inherited trade partner- in New Caledonia led to a vision and ships. discourse of “us versus them” and “South versus North” (15). In addi- marta rohatynskyj tion, the organizers deliberately University of Guelph invited a wide range of academic and nonacademic participants with *** specialized knowledge ranging from traditional medicine, epidemiology, Approches autour de culture et anthropology, geology, history, dance, nature dans le Pacifique Sud, edited archeology, law, literature, and cul- by Hamid Mokaddem. Actes du tural geography, including members XIIIe colloque corail. Nouméa: of various nongovernmental organiza- Expressions; corail in partnership tions and cultural centers. with the Northern Province, Secre- While the broad range of partici- tariat of the Pacific Community, and pants would have been invaluable the University of New Caledonia, for the actual meeting, the attempt 2003. isbn 2-9519371-0-5; 406 pages, to put together such a large number tables, figures, map, abbreviations, of papers into a single volume has notes, written in French, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Approches autour de culture et nature dans le Pacifique Sud (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 18 (1) – Dec 6, 2005

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Copyright © 2006 University of Hawai'i Press.
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Abstract

188 the contemporary pacific • 18:1 (2006) down the south coast, at Uvol, simi- “binary models of the world based larly exalted males linked inland on the nature-culture dichotomy” mountain villages with coastal villages which, according to Mokaddem, have in a series of inherited trade partner- in New Caledonia led to a vision and ships. discourse of “us versus them” and “South versus North” (15). In addi- marta rohatynskyj tion, the organizers deliberately University of Guelph invited a wide range of academic and nonacademic participants with *** specialized knowledge ranging from traditional medicine, epidemiology, Approches autour de culture et anthropology, geology, history, dance, nature dans le Pacifique Sud, edited archeology, law, literature, and cul- by Hamid Mokaddem. Actes du tural geography, including members XIIIe colloque corail. Nouméa: of various nongovernmental organiza- Expressions; corail in partnership tions and cultural centers. with the Northern Province, Secre- While the broad range of partici- tariat of the Pacific Community, and pants would have been invaluable the University of New Caledonia, for the actual meeting, the attempt 2003. isbn 2-9519371-0-5; 406 pages, to put together such a large number tables, figures, map, abbreviations, of papers into a single volume has notes, written in French,

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Dec 6, 2005

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