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Archipelagic American Studies ed. by Brian Russell Roberts and Michelle Ann Stephens (review)

Archipelagic American Studies ed. by Brian Russell Roberts and Michelle Ann Stephens (review) 552 the contemporary pacific • 30:2 (2018) ronment in the Pacific (particularly mative series of essays from scholars those concerned with the Anthropo- around the world, the collection cene), human-nonhuman relation- destabilizes, reorients, and expands ships, and sovereignty struggles. conceptualizations of an America Silva’s call to others to take up and defined by/as imperial territorialities. expand the research laid out in Power Methodologically diverse and chal- of the Steel-Tipped Pen is unmistak- lenging, it takes up central questions ably present in her analysis. For that, ranging from fields related to area the project is not meant to be defini- studies (specifically Pacific and Carib- tive but instead is offered as a starting bean studies), to postcolonial studies, point for future scholarship. Indeed, to Native American and Indigenous Kānepu‘u and Poepoe are but two studies. In a collection that exam- figures out of many who contributed ines both the metaphoric and the to the pages of Hawai‘i’s newspapers, material impacts of colonial rhetorics, which remain a critical and under- each of the essays presents new and utilized resource for strengthening dynamic methodological approaches mo‘okūauhau consciousness going for scholars interested in the afterlives forward. of empire. This lengthy and detailed collec- http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Archipelagic American Studies ed. by Brian Russell Roberts and Michelle Ann Stephens (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 30 (2) – Aug 10, 2018

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Abstract

552 the contemporary pacific • 30:2 (2018) ronment in the Pacific (particularly mative series of essays from scholars those concerned with the Anthropo- around the world, the collection cene), human-nonhuman relation- destabilizes, reorients, and expands ships, and sovereignty struggles. conceptualizations of an America Silva’s call to others to take up and defined by/as imperial territorialities. expand the research laid out in Power Methodologically diverse and chal- of the Steel-Tipped Pen is unmistak- lenging, it takes up central questions ably present in her analysis. For that, ranging from fields related to area the project is not meant to be defini- studies (specifically Pacific and Carib- tive but instead is offered as a starting bean studies), to postcolonial studies, point for future scholarship. Indeed, to Native American and Indigenous Kānepu‘u and Poepoe are but two studies. In a collection that exam- figures out of many who contributed ines both the metaphoric and the to the pages of Hawai‘i’s newspapers, material impacts of colonial rhetorics, which remain a critical and under- each of the essays presents new and utilized resource for strengthening dynamic methodological approaches mo‘okūauhau consciousness going for scholars interested in the afterlives forward. of empire. This lengthy and detailed collec-

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Aug 10, 2018

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