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Reserachers working on COLONIAL LITERATURE (alphabetical order)
Chloé ANGUÉ Administrative areas: French Polynesia, New Zealand, Samoa Places: Polynesia Keywords: Myth, Imagology, Colonial Imagination, Colonial Literature, Post-Colonialism, Poetics, Cultural Studies
Ellen CARTER Postdoctoral Fellow, Département des langues at Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France Administrative areas: New Zealand Places: Vanuatu, New Caledonia, France possession, French Polynesia, Territory of the Wallis and Futuna Islands Keywords: Crime Fiction, Cultural Studies, Creativity, Colonial Literature, Contemporary Literatures, French Overseas Territories, Literature, Postcolonial Literatures, Post-Colonialism
Laurence Marshall CARUCCI Professor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Montana State University, United States Administrative areas: Marshall Islands Places: Marshall Islands Keywords: Adoption, Age and Aging, Anthropological Fieldwork, Body, Christianity, Climate Change, Climate Change Migration, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Literature, Colonialism
Odile GANNIER Professor, Département de Lettres modernes/ CTEL at Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France Administrative areas: French Polynesia, New Caledonia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Colonial Imagination, Colonial Literature, Cultural Studies, Francophone Literatures, Imagology, Literature, Navigation, Post-Colonialism, Voyaging, Marine Biodiversity
Sylvie LARGEAUD-ORTEGA Associate Professor, English literature and culture at University of French Polynesia, French Polynesia Administrative areas: French Polynesia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Anti-colonial, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Imagination, Colonial Literature, Cultural Heritage, Cultural Studies, Engaged Anthropology, First Contacts, Francophone Literatures, Gender
Christiane LEURQUIN Other staff, Department of Languages and Cultures at University of Otago, New Zealand Administrative areas: New Zealand Places: Melanesia Keywords: Cultural Heritage, Colonial Literature, Francophone Literatures, Identity, Literature, Narratives, Population and Development
Diane LOSCHE Senior Lecturer, Art&Design at University of New South Wales, Australia Administrative areas: Papua New Guinea Places: Melanesia Keywords: Anthropological Field Records, Anthropological Fieldwork, Archives, Art, Colonial Literature, Gender, Museums, Ritual And Religion, History, Historical Imagination
Alexander MAWYER Assistant Professor, Center for Pacific Islands Studies at University of Hawai'i-Manoa, United States Administrative areas: French Polynesia Places: Polynesia Keywords: Colonial Literature, Cultural Heritage, Historical Consciousness, Language-Culture-Cognition, Environment
Dan TAULAPAPA MCMULLIN Administrative areas: American Samoa, Samoa Places: Polynesia, American Samoa, Samoa, US possession Keywords: Symbolism, Spirituality, Postcolonial Literatures, Myth, Intellectual Property Rights, Indigenous Inquiry, Colonial Literature, Art, Queer Sexuality And Genders, Indigenous Polytheisms
I'u TUAGALU Other staff, Learning Advisor at Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand Administrative areas: Samoa, New Zealand Places: Polynesia, Samoa, Tonga Keywords: Cognitive Anthropology, First Contacts, Exchanges, Cosmology, Colonial Literature, Christianity, Christianisation, Myth, Personhood, Ritual Studies
Carsten WERGIN Assistant Professor, Transcultural Studies at Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg, Germany Administrative areas: Australia, Western Australia (Australia) Places: Australia (country), Western Australia Keywords: Anthropological Field Records, Anthropological Fieldwork, Anthropology, Anthropology of Knoweldge, Anthropology of Ontology, Anthropology Of Sciences, Anthropology of Tourism, Anti-colonial, Applied Anthropology, Applied Ethnomusicology
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