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SERGE   Dunis

Independent researcher
retired University Professor
University of the French Pacific (French Polynesia)

About
DUNIS Serge
Born 08/10/46, France
Normalien (junior lecturer Wellington University 69-71)
University Academic from 1972 to 2015 : Paris XIII, Aix, Avignon (83-84 Hawai’i), Antilles-Guyane, Polynésie française
ASAO Fellow
Sans Tabou Ni Totem, inceste et pouvoir politique chez les Maori de Nouvelle-Zélande
Paris, Fayard, 1984
Ethnologie d’Hawai’i, homme de la petite eau, femme de la grande eau
Paris, Presses Universitaires Créoles-L’Harmattan, 1990
Pacific Mythology, thy name is woman
Tahiti, Haere Po, 2009, prefaced by Ben Finney
L’île aux Femmes
Paris, Presses du CNRS, 2016, prefaced by Maurice Godelier
L’ours, la vague et la lionne
Paris, Presses du CNRS, under press
Specialities
Discipline(s)
Art History
Geographic administrative areas
Geographic places
Australia (area)
Melanesia
Micronesia
Polynesia
Arnhem Land
Fiji Islands
New Caledonia
Papua New Guinea
Rotuma
Sepik River
Solomon Islands
Vanuatu
Kiribati
Marshall Islands
Nauru
Northern Mariana Islands
Palau
American Samoa
Chili
Columbia possession
Cook Islands
Costa Rica possession
Ecuador
France possession
French Polynesia
Hawai'i (US State)
New Zealand
Niue
Pitcairn Islands (territory of United Kingdom))
Samoa
Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands
Tokelau (territory of New Zealand)
Tonga
Tuvalu
US possession
Historical periods
Sahul and the prehistory of Melanesia
Lapita and the Austronesian expansion
Ancestral Oceania
Precolonial Australia
First and Early contacts
The Colonial time
20th century
21st century
Anticipatory

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