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Creative Land: Place and Procreation on the Rai Coast of Papua New Guinea, and: Papua New Guinea's Last Place: Experiences of Constraint in a Postcolonial Prison (review)

Creative Land: Place and Procreation on the Rai Coast of Papua New Guinea, and: Papua New... book and media reviews 171 forward to reading more of what Creative Land: Place and Procreation Känepu‘u and other writers of the on the Rai Coast of Papua New nineteenth and twentieth centuries Guinea, by James Leach. New York: wrote and to analyzing and publiciz- Berghahn Books, 2003. isbn cloth, ing their works in more sophisticated 1-57181-556-2; paper, 1-57181-693-3; ways. xx + 236 pages, tables, figures, maps, Further, while it is surely important photographs, notes, bibliography, to continue this work and publish it index. Cloth, us$75.00; paper, in English, especially for the majority us$25.00. of our communities who cannot read Hawaiian, the really exciting and Papua New Guinea’s Last Place: radical future of Hawaiian scholar- Experiences of Constraint in a Post- ship is unfolding before us now, and colonial Prison, by Adam Reed. it is taking place in the ‘ölelo kumu New York: Berghahn Books, 2003. o ka ‘äina, the native language of the isbn cloth, 1-57181-581-3; paper, land. A master’s degree program in 1-57181-694-1; x + 197 pages, tables, Hawaiian language began in Fall figures, maps, photographs, glossary, 2005 at the University of Hawai‘i at notes, bibliography, index. Cloth, Mänoa. Within that program, acade- us$50.00; paper, us$22.50. mic http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Creative Land: Place and Procreation on the Rai Coast of Papua New Guinea, and: Papua New Guinea's Last Place: Experiences of Constraint in a Postcolonial Prison (review)

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

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book and media reviews 171 forward to reading more of what Creative Land: Place and Procreation Känepu‘u and other writers of the on the Rai Coast of Papua New nineteenth and twentieth centuries Guinea, by James Leach. New York: wrote and to analyzing and publiciz- Berghahn Books, 2003. isbn cloth, ing their works in more sophisticated 1-57181-556-2; paper, 1-57181-693-3; ways. xx + 236 pages, tables, figures, maps, Further, while it is surely important photographs, notes, bibliography, to continue this work and publish it index. Cloth, us$75.00; paper, in English, especially for the majority us$25.00. of our communities who cannot read Hawaiian, the really exciting and Papua New Guinea’s Last Place: radical future of Hawaiian scholar- Experiences of Constraint in a Post- ship is unfolding before us now, and colonial Prison, by Adam Reed. it is taking place in the ‘ölelo kumu New York: Berghahn Books, 2003. o ka ‘äina, the native language of the isbn cloth, 1-57181-581-3; paper, land. A master’s degree program in 1-57181-694-1; x + 197 pages, tables, Hawaiian language began in Fall figures, maps, photographs, glossary, 2005 at the University of Hawai‘i at notes, bibliography, index. Cloth, Mänoa. Within that program, acade- us$50.00; paper, us$22.50. mic

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Published: Dec 6, 2005

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