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Pacific Art: Persistence, Change and Meaning (review)

Pacific Art: Persistence, Change and Meaning (review) book and media reviews 505 others, founded the Pacific Arts Asso- Pacific Art: Persistence, Change and ciation in 1974, and an introduction Meaning, edited by Anita Herle, Nick by Robert L Welsch, who discusses Stanley, Karen Stevenson, and Robert how the association’s meetings and L Welsch. Honolulu: University of publications have registered ongoing Hawai‘i Press, 2002. isbn 0-8248- intellectual shifts. The first essay, 2556-x ;x + 455 pages, tables, figures, “Persistence, Change and Meaning maps, photographs, appendixes, in Pacific Art: A Retrospective View notes, bibliography. us$48.00. with an Eye towards the Future,” Dark’s keynote address at the meeting The sixth international meeting of the in Chicago, reaches into many cultures Pacific Arts Association, held at the to ground in experience an esteemed Field Museum in Chicago in October scholar’s discovered wisdom; it urges 1999, honored Philip J C Dark as he devotees of Pacific art to ponder how retired from twenty-five years of edit- artistic meaning can vary within a ing Pacific Arts, the association’s single community from year to year, primary publication. More than one even from crowd to crowd and per- hundred people in attendance heard son to person. nearly fifty papers. From this exuber- The editors http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Pacific Art: Persistence, Change and Meaning (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 17 (2) – Jul 29, 2005

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Copyright © 2005 University of Hawai'i Press.
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1527-9464

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book and media reviews 505 others, founded the Pacific Arts Asso- Pacific Art: Persistence, Change and ciation in 1974, and an introduction Meaning, edited by Anita Herle, Nick by Robert L Welsch, who discusses Stanley, Karen Stevenson, and Robert how the association’s meetings and L Welsch. Honolulu: University of publications have registered ongoing Hawai‘i Press, 2002. isbn 0-8248- intellectual shifts. The first essay, 2556-x ;x + 455 pages, tables, figures, “Persistence, Change and Meaning maps, photographs, appendixes, in Pacific Art: A Retrospective View notes, bibliography. us$48.00. with an Eye towards the Future,” Dark’s keynote address at the meeting The sixth international meeting of the in Chicago, reaches into many cultures Pacific Arts Association, held at the to ground in experience an esteemed Field Museum in Chicago in October scholar’s discovered wisdom; it urges 1999, honored Philip J C Dark as he devotees of Pacific art to ponder how retired from twenty-five years of edit- artistic meaning can vary within a ing Pacific Arts, the association’s single community from year to year, primary publication. More than one even from crowd to crowd and per- hundred people in attendance heard son to person. nearly fifty papers. From this exuber- The editors

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