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Contributors daryl adair is an associate professor of sport management at the University of Technology–Sydney, with a particular interest in “race,” ethnicity, and indigene- ity in sport. niko besnier is professor of cultural anthropology in the Department of Soci- ology and Anthropology of the University of Amsterdam. His latest two books are titled On the Edge of the Global: Modern Anxieties in a Pacific Island Nation (Stanford University Press, 2011) and Gender on the Edge: Transgen- der, Gay, and Other Pacific Islanders (coedited, University of Hawai‘i Press, 2014). With funding from the European Research Council and the involvement of seven junior researchers, he is currently directing a five-year project on the global circulation of professional and aspiring athletes across t hree sports. domenica gisella calabrò received her PhD in cultural anthropology at the University of Messina, Italy, investigating the role of rugby in the process of Māori identity definition. Current research interests include indigenous studies and methodologies. She is an adjunct fellow with the Department of Modern Civilization and Classical Traditional Studies at the University of Messina. david chappell is professor of Pacific Islands history at the University of Hawai‘i–Mānoa. He studies maritime, twentieth and twenty-first century, and francophone Oceania. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Contributors

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 26 (2) – Sep 17, 2014

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Abstract

daryl adair is an associate professor of sport management at the University of Technology–Sydney, with a particular interest in “race,” ethnicity, and indigene- ity in sport. niko besnier is professor of cultural anthropology in the Department of Soci- ology and Anthropology of the University of Amsterdam. His latest two books are titled On the Edge of the Global: Modern Anxieties in a Pacific Island Nation (Stanford University Press, 2011) and Gender on the Edge: Transgen- der, Gay, and Other Pacific Islanders (coedited, University of Hawai‘i Press, 2014). With funding from the European Research Council and the involvement of seven junior researchers, he is currently directing a five-year project on the global circulation of professional and aspiring athletes across t hree sports. domenica gisella calabrò received her PhD in cultural anthropology at the University of Messina, Italy, investigating the role of rugby in the process of Māori identity definition. Current research interests include indigenous studies and methodologies. She is an adjunct fellow with the Department of Modern Civilization and Classical Traditional Studies at the University of Messina. david chappell is professor of Pacific Islands history at the University of Hawai‘i–Mānoa. He studies maritime, twentieth and twenty-first century, and francophone Oceania.

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