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Reserachers working on ORAL TRADITION (alphabetical order)
Michaela APPEL Curator, South Asia, Southeast Asia and Australia at Museum Fuenf Kontinente, Germany Administrative areas: Australia, Cook Islands, Hawaii, Indonesia Places: Australia (area), Polynesia, Hawai'i (US State), Cook Islands Keywords: Art, Austronesian Languages, History, Oral Tradition, Ritual, Indigenous Agency
Roger Charles COWELL Independent researcher, rccHorizonScanning (self-employed researcher-writer) at rccHorizonScanning, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Tonga, New Zealand, Tongatapu (Tonga) Keywords: Cognitive Anthropology, Cultural Change, Oral History, Oral Tradition
Sebastian T. ELLERICH Lecturer, Musicological Department at University of Cologne, Germany Administrative areas: Fiji, Vanuatu Places: Melanesia Keywords: Agriculture, Bislama, History, Identity, Indigenization, Kava, Language Ideology, Music, Music and Languages, Nationalism
Judy Selk FLORES Adjunct/associate Researcher, RFT-Micronesian Area Research Center at University of Guam, Guam Places: Micronesia Keywords: Applied Anthropology, Art, Colonial Discourse, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Cultural Heritage, Identity, Material Culture, Oral Tradition, Regional History, Sustainable Tourism
Alice FROMONTEIL PhD Student, CREDO - Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l'Océanie at Aix-Marseille University, France Administrative areas: Wallis and Futuna Places: Polynesia Keywords: Verbal Art, Poetics, Oral Tradition, Oral History, Myth, Migration, Memory, Literacy, Landscape
Edwin JONES PhD Student, Centre for Pacific Studies at University of St. Andrews, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Fiji Keywords: Christianity, Citizenship, Colonialism, Intellectual Property Rights, Kava, Land Dispute, Names and Naming, Oral Tradition, Poetics, Political Economy
Pefi KINGI Administrative areas: New Zealand, Niue Places: Polynesia Keywords: Women's Associations, Youth, Indigenization, Indigenous Epistemology, Indigenous Agency, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Indigenous Mobility, Indigenous Inquiry, Informal Education, Children
Ruth KROLZIG , Institue of Ethnology at Westfälische-Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Germany Administrative areas: Australia, Northern Territory (Australia), Papua New Guinea, Milne Bay (Papua New Guinea) Places: Australia (area), Arnhem Land, Melanesia Keywords: Tourism, Kinship, Relatedness, Urban Identity, Cosmology, Perception, Anthropology of Ontology, Knowledge, Law and Culture, Spirituality
Richard MOYLE Professor emeritus, Centre for Pacific Studies at University of Auckland, New Zealand Administrative areas: American Samoa, Cook Islands, Niue, Samoa, Tonga Places: Australia (area), Polynesia Keywords: Christianisation, Cultural Change, Dance, Indigenous/non-Indigenous Relations, Language Documentation, Polynesian Languages, Ritual, Voyaging, Oral Tradition, Music
Min Yen ONG Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Music at School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Fiji, Hawaii Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Applied Ethnomusicology, Agency, Oral Tradition, Cultural Change, Cultural Heritage, Disaster, Feeling of Belonging, Indigenous Peoples Rights, Resilience, Song
Mette RAMSTAD Associate Professor, Department of Religion and Lifeviews, Faculty of Education at Østfold University College, Norway Administrative areas: Hawaii Places: Hawai'i (US State), Society Islands, Tuamotus, Austral Islands, New Zealand Keywords: Religion, Spirituality, Education, Education Policy, Oral Tradition, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Renewal, Indigenous Christianities, Dance, Performance
Ralph REGENVANU Independent researcher, Parliament of Vanuatu at Parliament of Vanuatu, Vanuatu Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Malampa (Vanuatu), Penama (Vanuatu), Sanma (Vanuatu), Shefa (Vanuatu), Tafea (Vanuatu), Torba (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu, Port Vila Keywords: Agenda Building, Art, Bislama, Bureaucratization, Class, Community Development, Contemporary Indigenous Art, Corruption, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Policy
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