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|Age and Aging
, Colonial Imagination
, Cultural Heritage
, First Contacts
, Intellectual Property Rights
, Inter-ethnic Relations
, Land Dispute
, Language Policy
, Social Change
| European Society for Oceanists
(ESfO) Australian Association for Pacific Studies
(AAPS) Australian Anthropological Society
(AAS) Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania
(ASAO) e-toile Pacifique
(e-toile) Pacific History Association
(PHA) Pacific Science Association
(PSA ) Société des Océanistes
Geographic administrative areas
First and Early contacts
The Colonial time
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|PhD Research (1972 to 1974)
Fieldwork on Rapanui — Australian National University
Research into kinship, land tenure and history of RapanuiTeaching Experiences (1980 to 1982)
The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji — The University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji
Reader in sociology and head of discipline; research on village cultures in FijiField Research (1985 to 1986)
Field Research on Rapanui — University of Chile
Follow up research on Rapanui on their island and as expatriates in various European countries.Field Research (1988 to 1989)
Field research on Aitutaki and Mangaia, Cook Islandds — Australian Research Council
Purpose was to investigate chieftainship and land tenure on Aitutaki and Mangaia in the Cook Islands, focussing on historical structures.Archival/Library Research (1992 to 1993)
Archive research in French National Archives — University of Provence
An enquiry into archives in Paris and Aix-en-Provence about colonial history and development in Eastern Polynesia, including Rapanui.Field Research (2001 to 2002)
Fieldwork on Rapanui — University of Chile
18 months field research on Rapanui following up the complexities there since my first visit.Field Research (2008 to 2008)
Archive research in Chile — Rapa Nui Studies Center, University of Viña del Mar
Review of civil and church archives for Rapanui.
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