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La tradition et l'Etat: Eglises, pouvoirs et politiques culturelles dans le Pacifique (review)

La tradition et l'Etat: Eglises, pouvoirs et politiques culturelles dans le Pacifique (review) 504 the contemporary pacific • fall 2003 Wittersheim, following earlier research La tradition et l’État: Églises, pou- in New Caledonia, are clearly exercis- voirs et politiques culturelles dans ing such a mandate. Their strategy has le Pacifique, edited by Christine been to invite experienced scholars Hamelin and Éric Wittersheim. from other countries to contribute to Cahiers du Pacifique Sud Contem- the seminars. This fact is a defining porain 2. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2002. characteristic of La tradition et l’État isbn 2–7475–1926–0; 250 pages, in the sense that, apart from the intro- figures, maps, notes, bibliographies. duction by the editors, four of the € 21.35. eight articles were written originally in English by North American or Euro- This collection of essays focuses pri- pean scholars—Bronwen Douglas, marily on contemporary issues of Ton Otto, Lissant Bolton, and Jona- anthropological interest in Vanuatu than Friedman—and can be consid- and the Bismarck Archipelago of ered to be largely syntheses of work Papua New Guinea. It is a direct already published in that language. In outcome of a postgraduate seminar other words, they represent exercises offered annually by the École des in translation of existing material from Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales one scholarly community http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

La tradition et l'Etat: Eglises, pouvoirs et politiques culturelles dans le Pacifique (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 15 (2) – Aug 7, 2003

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Abstract

504 the contemporary pacific • fall 2003 Wittersheim, following earlier research La tradition et l’État: Églises, pou- in New Caledonia, are clearly exercis- voirs et politiques culturelles dans ing such a mandate. Their strategy has le Pacifique, edited by Christine been to invite experienced scholars Hamelin and Éric Wittersheim. from other countries to contribute to Cahiers du Pacifique Sud Contem- the seminars. This fact is a defining porain 2. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2002. characteristic of La tradition et l’État isbn 2–7475–1926–0; 250 pages, in the sense that, apart from the intro- figures, maps, notes, bibliographies. duction by the editors, four of the € 21.35. eight articles were written originally in English by North American or Euro- This collection of essays focuses pri- pean scholars—Bronwen Douglas, marily on contemporary issues of Ton Otto, Lissant Bolton, and Jona- anthropological interest in Vanuatu than Friedman—and can be consid- and the Bismarck Archipelago of ered to be largely syntheses of work Papua New Guinea. It is a direct already published in that language. In outcome of a postgraduate seminar other words, they represent exercises offered annually by the École des in translation of existing material from Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales one scholarly community

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Aug 7, 2003

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