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Contributors frédéric angleviel is professor in contemporary history at the University of New Caledonia and editor of the annual journal Annales d’histoire calédoni- enne. His 1989 doctoral thesis on the religious history of Wallis and Futuna was published in 1994, and in 2002 he completed his second French thesis (hdr) on New Caledonia’s historiography (published in 2003). His research interests include perceptions of Christianity in Oceania, identity and migra- tions, historical sources, and, especially in recent years, the politics and gover- nance of New Caledonia. lorenz gonschor was born in Germany, where he studied anthropology, political science, and history. He is currently a graduate student of Pacific Islands studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa. His main research inter- ests are contemporary political movements in Hawai‘i and French Polynesia. jon tikivanotau m jonassen is professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University, Hawai‘i. He has served as director of programs and acting secretary general for the South Pacific Commission, secretary of Foreign Affairs and of Cultural Development for the Cook Islands government, and high com- missioner of the Cook Islands to New Zealand, Australia, Papua New Guinea, and Fiji. Jonassen completed his PhD in political science at the University http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

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

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2006 University of Hawai'i Press.
ISSN
1527-9464

Abstract

frédéric angleviel is professor in contemporary history at the University of New Caledonia and editor of the annual journal Annales d’histoire calédoni- enne. His 1989 doctoral thesis on the religious history of Wallis and Futuna was published in 1994, and in 2002 he completed his second French thesis (hdr) on New Caledonia’s historiography (published in 2003). His research interests include perceptions of Christianity in Oceania, identity and migra- tions, historical sources, and, especially in recent years, the politics and gover- nance of New Caledonia. lorenz gonschor was born in Germany, where he studied anthropology, political science, and history. He is currently a graduate student of Pacific Islands studies at the University of Hawai‘i at Mänoa. His main research inter- ests are contemporary political movements in Hawai‘i and French Polynesia. jon tikivanotau m jonassen is professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University, Hawai‘i. He has served as director of programs and acting secretary general for the South Pacific Commission, secretary of Foreign Affairs and of Cultural Development for the Cook Islands government, and high com- missioner of the Cook Islands to New Zealand, Australia, Papua New Guinea, and Fiji. Jonassen completed his PhD in political science at the University

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Published: Dec 6, 2005

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