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Savage Memory: How Do We Remember Our Dead? Directed by Zachary Stuart and Kelly Thomson (review)

Savage Memory: How Do We Remember Our Dead? Directed by Zachary Stuart and Kelly Thomson (review) book and media reviews 583 landownership differences underlie the indigenous Chamorro, Bautista’s major issues that continue to be highly film serves to humanize the Chuukese contentious and feed a palpable nega- people in Guam by providing intimate tive sentiment and perception of “out- insights into this largely understudied siders” on Guam among the Cham- and underserved population of Pacific orro. The Chuukese are immigrants Islanders residing on the island. acquiring land on an island that they sheryl a day view as wide-open space. The Cha- University of Washington morro people are indigenous to the island, have collectively lost their land *** through colonization, have been con- fined to smaller spaces of land, and, as Savage Memory: How Do We a result, perceive the available space of Remember Our Dead? Documentary the island as limited. The Chuukese, film, 77 minutes, dvd, color, 2012. then, while as Pacific Islanders cul- Directed by Zachary Stuart and Kelly turally similar in some ways in their Thomson. Produced by Sly Produc- understanding of the power of land, tions, Jamaica Plain, ma. dvd avail- are distinct from the indigenous able for purchase at transitmedia.net, Chamorro in that the Chuukese are us$250.00 (institutions); us$75.00 viewed as http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

Savage Memory: How Do We Remember Our Dead? Directed by Zachary Stuart and Kelly Thomson (review)

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

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Abstract

book and media reviews 583 landownership differences underlie the indigenous Chamorro, Bautista’s major issues that continue to be highly film serves to humanize the Chuukese contentious and feed a palpable nega- people in Guam by providing intimate tive sentiment and perception of “out- insights into this largely understudied siders” on Guam among the Cham- and underserved population of Pacific orro. The Chuukese are immigrants Islanders residing on the island. acquiring land on an island that they sheryl a day view as wide-open space. The Cha- University of Washington morro people are indigenous to the island, have collectively lost their land *** through colonization, have been con- fined to smaller spaces of land, and, as Savage Memory: How Do We a result, perceive the available space of Remember Our Dead? Documentary the island as limited. The Chuukese, film, 77 minutes, dvd, color, 2012. then, while as Pacific Islanders cul- Directed by Zachary Stuart and Kelly turally similar in some ways in their Thomson. Produced by Sly Produc- understanding of the power of land, tions, Jamaica Plain, ma. dvd avail- are distinct from the indigenous able for purchase at transitmedia.net, Chamorro in that the Chuukese are us$250.00 (institutions); us$75.00 viewed as

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The Contemporary PacificUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Sep 17, 2014

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