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Two worlds. HERE: Kupe to Cook at Pataka2019-20 Art New Zealand (172): 75-9
  • Stella Ramage
H6/KX [ART-]0110-1102
Body of work. The connections of Ioane Ioane2019-20 Art New Zealand (172): 80-3, 111
  • Caroline Vercoe
H6/KX [ART-]0110-1102
Where have we come from? The art of Hariata Ropata Tanagahoe2019 Art New Zealand (169): 66-70
  • Jill Trevelyan
H6/KX [ART-]0110-1102
Her story: Maureen Lander in conversation with Priscilla Pitts2019 Art New Zealand (169): 46-53, 110
  • Maureen Lander
  • Priscilla Pitts
H6/KX [ART-]0110-1102
From the chisel of Mataora: the Māori art of skin marking2019 Tribal art (91): 74-81
  • Crispin Howarth
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Atea: nature and divinity in Polynesia2019 Tribal art (91): 82-91
  • Maia Nuku
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Inland gardening at lower Kaimai, Bay of Plenty2019 Archaeology in New Zealand 62 (1): 15-19
  • John Coster
H6/KE [NEW-]0113-7832
An archeaeological survey of Catlins Lake and estuary, Southland2019 Archaeology in New Zealand 62 (1): 27-38
  • Jessie Garland
  • Tristan Wadsworth
H6/KE [NEW-]0113-7832
230Th dating of coral abraders from stratified deposits at Tangatatau Rockshelter, Mangaia, Cook Islands: implications for building precise chronologies in Polynesia2019 Journal of archaeological science 101: 21-33
  • Elizabeth M. Niespolo
  • Patrick V. Kirch
  • Warren D. Sharp
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Ritualizing hierarchy: power strategies and pigeon catching in ancient Samoa2019 Journal of anthropological research 75 (1): 48-68
  • Jeffrey T. Clark
  • Seth Quintus
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
Māori settlement of New Zealand: the anthropocene as a process2019 Archaeology in Oceania 54 (1): 17-34
  • Alex Jorgensen
  • Gerard O'Regan
  • Joshua Emmitt
  • Louise Furey
  • Matthew Prebble
  • Rebecca Phillips
  • Roderick Wallace
  • Simon J. Holdaway
  • Thegn N. Ladefoged
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121French summary
Epidemic suicide in the context of modernizing social change in Oceania: a critical review and assessment2019 The contemporary Pacific 31 (1): 105-38
  • Edward D. Lowe
Creating an archive for Rotuma: a personal account2019 The contemporary Pacific 31 (1): 142-59
  • Alan Howard
Indigenous peoples of the Pacific and the forgotten Russian artist Mikhail Tikhanov2019 Tribal art (92): 120-5
  • Evgenia Lavrinenko
*H6/KFY [WORLD-]1354-2990
Measure them adzes2019 Archaeology in New Zealand 62 (2): 23-30
  • Garry Law
H6/KE [NEW-]0113-7832
Pondering the infrastructure of Rotorua: the Rotorua water supply settling ponds2019 Archaeology in New Zealand 62 (2): 31-40
  • Kirsty Sykes
H6/KE [NEW-]0113-7832
'Father released me': accelerating care, temporal repair, and ritualized friendship among Pentecostal women in Samoa2019 American ethnologist 46 (2): 150-61
  • Jessica Hardin
H6 [AMERICAN-]0094-0496Samoan summary
Be our guest/worker: reciprocal dependency and expressions of hospitality in Ni-Vanuatu overseas labour migration2019 Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (New Series) 25 (2): 349-67
  • Rachel E. Smith
H6 [JOURNAL-]1359-0987French summary
Introduction. Transforming worlds: kinship as practical ontology2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (1): 7-18
  • Amiria J. M. Salmond
  • Billie Lythberg
  • Conal McCarthy
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000in special issue 'Te Ao Hou: whakapapa as practical ontology'
The terminology of whakapapa2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (1): 19-41
  • Apirana Ngata
  • Wayne Ngata
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000in special issue 'Te Ao Hou: whakapapa as practical ontology'
Spiralling histories: reflections on the 1923 Dominion Museum East Coast ethnological expedition and other multimedia experiments2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (1): 43-63
  • Anne Salmond
  • Billie Lythberg
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000in special issue 'Te Ao Hou: whakapapa as practical ontology'
'Images still live and are very much alive': whakapapa and the 1923 Dominion Museum ethnological expedition2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (1): 65-86
  • Natalie Robertson
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000in special issue 'Te Ao Hou: whakapapa as practical ontology'
Te Poarai Whakapapa: the origins, operation and tribal networks of the Board of Maori Ethnological Research2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (1): 87-106
  • Conal McCarthy
  • Paul Tapsell
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000in special issue 'Te Ao Hou: whakapapa as practical ontology'
Comparing relations: whakapapa and genealogical method2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (1): 107-29
  • Amiria J. M. Salmond
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000in special issue 'Te Ao Hou: whakapapa as practical ontology'
Hau: giving voices to the ancestors2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (2): 137-62
  • Amber Nicholson
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
The ethnohistory of freshwater use on Rapa Nui (Eastern Island, Chile)2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (2): 163-89
  • Carl P. Lipo
  • Robert J. DiNapoli
  • Sean W. Hixon
  • Terry L. Hunt
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Ōhāua te Rangi and reconciliation in the Te Urewera, 1913-19832019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (2): 191-224
  • Steven Webster
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Did Sāmoa have intensive agriculture in the past? New findings from LiDar2019 Journal of the Polynesian Society 128 (2): 225-43
  • Dionne Fonotī
  • Gregory Jackmond
  • Matiu Marāvai Tautunu
H6/KX [POLYNESIAN-]0032-4000
Sā Nafanuā: reconstituting Nafanua as female empowerment in Samoan diasporic literature2019 Journal of American folklore 132 (525): 260-74
  • Caryn Lesuma
H6/KF [JOURNAL-]0021-8751in thematic issue 'Thinking with stories in times of conflict'
Changing patterns of conspicuous consumption: media representations of luxury in second homes2019 Journal of consumer culture 19 (3): 295-315
  • Neil Carr
  • Trudie Walters
H6 [JOURNAL-]1469-5405
Form follows fantasy: the Futuro House in New Zealand2019 Art New Zealand (171): 104-9
  • Don Bassett
H6/KX [ART-]0110-1102
From 'on' to 'with' to 'by': people with a learning disability creating a space for the third wave of inclusive research2019 Qualitative research 19 (4): 382-98
  • Patsie Frawley
  • Paul Milner
H6 [QUALITATIVE-]1468-7941
A prefigurative politics of play in public spaces: children claim their democratic right to the city through play2019 Space and culture 22 (3): 294-307
  • Karen Witten
  • Lanuola Asiasiga
  • Octavia Calder-Dawe
  • Penelope Carroll
H6 [SPACE-]1206-3312in special issue 'Everyday politics of public space'
Vision d'une mer fait d'îles: la carte de Tupaia (1769-1770)2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 6-23
  • Anja Schwarz
  • Lars Eckstein
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Celui qui a découvert l'Europe le premier: Ahutoru-Poutavéry (v. 1750-1771)2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 24-48
  • Véronique Dorbe-Larcade
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Dans le sillage de Ahutoru...2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 49-81
  • Véronique Dorbe-Larcade
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Autorou: le premier Tahitien qui à découvert l'Europe2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 82-97
  • Paul Moortgat
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Le mouillage de Bouganville à Hitia'a (Île de Tahiti) d'après le texte de 17712019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 98-108
  • Robert Veccella
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Tombeau de Cook: in memoriam Jean-Pierre Le Hebel2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 109-30
  • Riccardo Pineri
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
D'Helleqin à Arlequin: variations autour du tūpāpa'u à cheval de Paul Gauguin2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 131-53
  • Isabelle Malmon
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Au sujet des tout premiers chrétiens tahitiens à Tahiti2019 Bulletin de la Société des Etudes Océaniennes (347): 154-77
  • Liou Tumahai
H6/KX [SOCIETE-]0373-8957
Who was Polynesian? Who was Melanesian? Hybridity and ethnogenesis in the south Vanuatu outliers2019 Journal of social archaeology 19 (3): 403-26
  • Frederique Valentin
  • James L. Flexner
  • Stuart Bedford
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1469-6053
Isotopic insights into dietary life history, social status, and food sharing in American Samoa2019 American antiquity 84 (2): 336-52
  • Eric J. Bartelink
  • Jelmer W. Eerkens
  • Julianna Bartel
  • Phillip R. Johnson
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
Floating world at Te Papa: the Heriot collection2019 Tuhinga (30): 56-81
  • David Bell
H6/KX [NEW ZEALAND-]1173-4337
Excavation of a twelfth-century prepared-core prismatic-blade workshop in Oturehua, central Otago, New Zealand2019 Tuhinga (30): 209-55
  • B.F. Leach
  • H.M. Leach
H6/KX [NEW ZEALAND-]1173-4337
Provenance, authentication and residue analysis of some Māori taonga using portable X-ray fluorescence2019 Tuhinga (30)
  • Karyne M. Rogers
H6/KX [NEW ZEALAND-]1173-4337
The celebritization of indigenous activism: Tame Iti as media figure2019 International journal of cultural studies 22 (6): 770-87
  • Julie Cupples
  • Kevin Glynn
Anthropocene dynamics in the prehistoric Pacific: modeling emergent socioecological outcomes of environmental change2019 Nature and culture 14 (2): 119-46
  • Thomas P. Leppard
H6 [NATUR-]1558-6073
Weaving the two cultures of Aotearoa/New Zealand together: from the art of making traditional off-loom garments to a contemporary practice of on-loom weaving2019 Textile: the journal of cloth and culture 17 (2): 158-67
  • Roka Hurihia Ngarimu-Cameron
H6/KGG [TEXTILE-]1475-9756in special issue 'Woven textile crafts in contemporary commercial contexts'
"We're looking out through a window to a field of weeds and sand and stones": the Stadium Broadcast, a radio memorial2019 Space and culture 22 (4): 357-68
  • Zita Joyce
H6 [SPACE-]1206-3312