Dr. Richard Feinberg | Anthropology | Kent State University

Dr. Richard Feinberg

Richard Feinberg

1969, University of California, Berkeley; 1971, University of Chicago; Ph.D.: 1974, University of Chicago;Taught at Kent State University since 1974;Active involvement in professional associations: American Anthropological Association; Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania; Central States Anthropological Society

Publications

A. Books, Monographs, and special issues of journals

1977    The Anutan Language Reconsidered: Lexicon and Grammar of a Poly­nesian Outlier. Two Volumes. HRAFlex Books. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Press.

1979    Social Change in a Navajo Community. HRAFlex Books. New Haven: Human Rela­tions Area Files Press.

1979    Anutan Concepts of Disease: A Polynesian Study, with foreword by D. Carleton Gajdusek, M.D. IPS Monograph Number 3. Lā‘ie, Hawai‘i: Institute for Poly­nesian Studies.

1980    Tempest in a Tea House: American Attitudes Toward Breast-Feed­ing, edited by Richard Feinberg. Kent, Ohio: Kent Popular Press.

1981    Anuta: Social Structure of a Polynesian Island, with foreword by Sir Raymond Firth. Lā‘ie and Copenhagen: Institute for Poly­nesian Studies and the National Museum of Den­mark.

1983    Anuta: Social Structure of a Polynesian Island. Second Print­ing.

1988    Polynesian Seafaring and Navigation: Ocean Travel in Anutan Cul­ture and Soci­ety, with foreword by Ben R. Finney. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press.

1991    ASAO Bibliography: Publications Resulting from Sessions at Annual Meetings of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania, compiled and edited by Richard Feinberg and Susan Win. Kent, OH: Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania. (Updated by Lynette Furuhashi and Karen Peacock, and reprinted in 1996.)

1995    Politics of Culture in the Pacific Islands, edited by R. Feinberg and L. Zimmer-Tamakoshi. Ethnology 34(2-3):89-209. Special issue.

1995    Seafaring in the Contemporary Pacific Islands: Studies in Continuity and Change, edited by Richard Feinberg. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illi­nois University Press.

1996    Leadership and Change in the Western Pacific: Essays in Honor of Sir Raymond Firth, edited by Richard Feinberg and Karen Ann Wat­son-Gegeo. London School of Economics Monographs on Social Anthropology, Number 66. London: Athlone.

1998    Oral Traditions of Anuta: A Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Islands. Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics, Volume 15. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2001    The Cultural Analysis of Kinship: The Legacy of David M. Schneider, edited by Richard Feinberg and Martin Ottenheimer. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press.

2002    Oceania: An Introduction to the Cultures and Identities of Pacific Islanders, by Andrew J. Strathern, Pamela Stewart, Laurence M. Carucci, Lin Poyer, Richard Feinberg, and Cluny Macpherson. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press.

2003    Polynesian Seafaring and Navigation: Ocean Travel in Anutan Cul­ture and Soci­ety. Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press. Second (paperback) edition.

2004    Anuta: Polynesian Lifeways for the 21st Century. Prospect Heights, IL: Waveland Press.

2005    A Polynesian Outlier Bibliography, compiled and edited by R. Feinberg. Canberra: Australian National University AnthroGlobe Bibliographies:

<https://web.archive.org/web/20140208033008/http://coombs.anu.edu.au/Biblio/biblio_polynesian_outlier.html>.

2005    ASAO Bibliography: Publications Resulting from Sessions at Annual Meetings of the Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania, compiled and edited by Richard Feinberg, Susan Win, Lynette Furuhashi, Karen Peacock, and Joy St. James. Honolulu: Association for Social Anthropology in Oceania <http://www.soc.hawaii.edu/asao/pacific/hawaiki.html>.

2011    Oral Traditions of Anuta: A Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Islands (electronic reissue of 1998 print edition). Oxford Studies in Anthropological Linguistics, Volume 15. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2011    Anuta: Polynesian Lifeways for the 21st Century (reissue of 2004 Waveland edition). Kent, OH: Kent State University Press.

2012    Polynesian Outliers: The State of the Art, edited by R. Feinberg and R. Scaglion. Ethnology Monographs, No. 21. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press.

2014    Spatial Orientation and Cognition in Oceania and Indonesia, guest edited by R. Feinberg and A. Mawyer. Ethos 42(3):243-397. Special Issue.

2016    Navigation and Spatial Orientation in the Pacific Islands, guest edited by R. Feinberg, C. Conboy Pyrek, and A. Mawyer. Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropology and Related Sciences 9(1). Special Issue. <http://escholarship.org/uc/imbs_socdyn_sdeas>.

2017    Polynesian Oral Traditions: Indigenous Texts and Translations from Anuta, Solomon Islands. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press. In Press.

2017    Oceania: An Introduction to the Cultures and Identities of Pacific Islanders, Second Edition. By A. J. Strathern, P. Stewart, L. M. Carucci, L.Poyer, R. Feinberg, and C. Macpherson. Durham, NC: Carolina Academic Press. In Press.

2017    Anuta: Polynesian Lifeways for the 21st Century. Audio edition. Kent, OH: Kent State University Press.

 

 

B. REFEREED JOURNAL Articles

1973    Anutan Social Structure. In Anuta: A Polynesian Outlier in the Solomon Is­lands. D. E. Yen and Janet Gordon, eds. Pacific An­thropological Records, Num­ber 21:9-21.

1976    Archaeology, Oral History, and Sequence of Occupation on Anuta Island. Jour­nal of the Polynesian Society 85(1):99-101.

1978    Anutan Epistemology: The Roots of ‘Knowledge’ on a Polynesian Outlier. Mi­cronesica 14(2): 127-137.

1979    Schneider’s Symbolic Culture Theory: An Appraisal. Current An­thropology 20(3):541-549.

1979    Author’s response to comments on “Schneider’s Symbolic Culture Theory: An Ap­praisal.” Current Anthropology 20(3):558-560.

1979    Shifting Residential and Subsistence Patterns in a Navajo Commu­nity. Ethnos 44(1-2):242-258.

1979    Kindred and Alliance on Anuta Island. Journal of the Polynesian Society 88(3):327-348.

1979    The Role of the Ethnographer in Shaping Attitudes toward Anthro­pologists: A Case in Point. Pacific Studies 2(2):156-166.

1980    Supernatural Sanctions and the Social Order on a Polynesian Out­lier. Anthro­pological Forum 4(3):331-351.

1980    History and Structure: A Case of Polynesian Dualism. Journal of Anthropolog­ical Research 36(3):331-378.

1981    Symbolic Dimensions of Breast-feeding in America. Case Analysis, 1(4):329-335.

1981    Competition and Cooperation: Human Nature in Cross-cultural Per­spective. The Journal of Anthropology 2(2):147-153.

1981    What is Polynesian Kinship all About?  Ethnology 29(2):115-131.

1981    Structural Dimensions of Sociopolitical Change on Anuta. Pacific Studies 5(2).

1982    Some Observations on a Polynesian Naming System: Personal Names and Naming on Anuta. Journal of the Polynesian Society 91(4):581-588.

1983    What’s in a Name? Personal Identity and Naming on Anuta. Cen­tral Issues in Anthropology 5(1):27-42.

1984    On Individual and Culture in American Anthropology: Reply to Herve Varenne. Current Anthropology 25(4):534-535.

1985    A Note on Data Presentation in Ethnographic Reports. American Anthropologist 87(3):666-668.

1985    Custom and Development on Nukumanu Atoll. Bikmaus: Journal of Papua New Guinea Affairs, Ideas, and the Arts 6(1):89-100.

1985    CA comment on “Structural Patterns of Sibling Classification in Island Ocea­nia” by Mac Marshall. Current Anthropology 26(5):660.

1986    Introduction to translation of “Ethnography of Ontong Java and Tasman Islands with remarks re. the Marqueen and Abgarris Is­lands” by Richard Parkinson, translated by Rose S. Hartmann. Pa­cific Studies 9(3):1-31.

1986    On “Anomalous Westerlies, El Niño, and the Colonization of Poly­nesia” by Ben R. Finney. American Anthropologist 88(2):454-455.

1986    The “Anuta Problem”: Local Sovereignty and National Integration in the Solomon Islands. Man (Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland) 21(3):438-452.

1986    Market Economy and Changing Sex-roles on a Polynesian Atoll. Ethnology 25(4):271-282.

1988    Socio-spatial Symbolism and the Logic of Rank on two Polynesian Outliers. Eth­nology 27(3):291-310.

1988    Margaret Mead and Samoa: Coming of Age in Fact and Fiction. American Anthro­pologist 90(3):656-663.

1989    Possible Prehistoric Contacts between Tonga and Anuta. Journal of the Polyne­sian Society 98(3):303-317.

1989    Symbolic Structures and Social Space: Reflections on the Logic of Rank in Polynesia. Geographia Religionum 7:11-27.

1990    Natural and spiritual etiologies on a Polynesian atoll in Papua New Guinea. Social Science and Medicine 30(3):311-323.

1990    New Guinea models on a Polynesian Outlier? Ethnology 29(1):83-96.

1990    The Solomon Islands Tenth Anniversary of Independence: Problems of National Symbolism and National Integration. Pacific Studies 13(2):19-40.

1991    A Long-distance Voyage in Contemporary Polynesia. Journal of the Polynesian Society 100(1):25-44.

1994    Illness as an Index of Social Stress and Acculturation. Etno­graficheskoe Obozrenie (Ethnological Review) 1(1):24-32.

1994    Contested Worlds: Politics of Culture and the Politics of Anthro­pology. The Place of Humanism in Anthropology Today, edited by Ivan Brady and Edith Turner. Special issue, Anthropology and Humanism 19(1):20-35.

1995    Politics of Culture in the Pacific Islands: Introduction to Politics of Cul­ture in the Pacific Islands, edited by L. Zimmer-Tamakoshi and R. Feinberg. Ethnology 34(2):91-98. Special issue.

1995    Christian Polynesians and Pagan Spirits: Anuta, Solomon Islands. Journal of the Polynesian Society 104(3):267-301.

1996    Outer Islanders and Urban Resettlement in the Solomon Islands: The Case of Anutans on Guadalcanal. Journal de la Société des Océanistes 103(2):207-217.

1998    Righting Wrongs on Anuta. Pacific Studies 21(3):29-49.

2002    Elements of Leadership in Oceania. Anthropological Forum 12(1):9-44.

2002    A Polynesian People’s Struggle to Maintain Community in the Solomon Islands. In Constructing Moral Communities: Pacific Islander Strategies for Settling in New Places, edited by Judith Modell. Special issue, Pacific Studies 25(1/2):45-70.

2003    Reply to Warren Shapiro's review of The Cultural Analysis of Kinship: The Legacy of David M. Schneider. American Anthropologist 105(4):881.

2003    Overstatements in “The Fall of Kinship.”  Journal of Cognition and Culture 3(4):318-322.

2003    ‘Drawing the Coral Heads’: Mental Mapping and its Physical Representation in a Polynesian Community. By R. Feinberg, U. J. Dymon, Pu Paiaki, Pu Rangituteki, Pu Nukuriaki, and M. Rollins. The Cartographic Journal 40(3):243-253.

2005    Reflections on the Value of Ethnography. Anthropological Forum 15(3):297-306.

2006    Early European–Polynesian Contact Reenacted: Anutan “Handling” of a Foreign Fishing Vessel. American Ethnologist 33(1):114-125.

2006    The Changing Role of Music in a Polynesian Outlier Community: Anuta, Solomon Islands. Anthroglobe Journal <http://www.anthroglobe.org/docs/changing_music_anuta.htm>.

2006    From Oriori to the Everly Brothers: Observations on the Music of Nukumanu (by Jennifer Johnstone and Richard Feinberg). Journal of the Polynesian Society 115(4):365-381.

2007    Dialectics of Culture: Relativism in Popular and Anthropological Discourse. Anthropological Quarterly 80(3):777-790.

2009    Nukumanu Kinship and Contested Cultural Definition. Journal of the Polynesian Society 118(3): 259-292.

2010    Marine Resource Conservation and Prospects for Environmental Sustainability on Anuta, Solomon Islands. Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography 31(1):41-54.

2011    In Search of te Lapa: A Navigational Enigma in Vaeakau-Taumako, Southeastern Solomon Islands. Journal of the Polynesian Society 120(1):57-70.

2011    Much Ado about Very Little: Derek Brereton on the Purported Death of Cultural Relativism. Journal of Critical Realism 10(4):511-519.

2012    Limitations of Language for Conveying Navigational Knowledge: Way-finding in the Southeastern Solomon Islands (by R. Feinberg and J. Genz). American Anthropologist 114(2): 336-350.

2013    We the Taumako: Kinship among Polynesians in the Santa Cruz Islands. Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropology and Related Sciences 6(1). Special Issue on New Developments in the Study of Kinship, edited by Dwight Read and Fadwa El Guindi <http://escholarship.org/uc/search?entity=imbs_socdyn_sdeas;volume=6;issue=1>.

2014    Senses of Space: Multiplying Models of Spatial Cognition in Oceania by Alexander Mawyer and Richard Feinberg. Introduction to Spatial Orientation and Cognition in Oceania and Indonesia, edited by R. Feinberg and A. Mawyer. Ethos 42(3):243-252. Special Issue.

2014    Multiple Models of Space and Movement on Taumako, A Polynesian Island in the Southeastern Solomons. In Spatial Orientation and Cognition in Oceania and Indonesia, edited by R. Feinberg and A. Mawyer. Ethos 42(3):302-331. Special Issue.

2016    Response to Nash on Creole Spatiality and Pitcairn Island (with Alexander Mawyer). Ethos 44(1):9-10.

2016    Introduction: Navigating Spatial Relationships in Oceania (by R. Feinberg, C. Conboy Pyrek, and A. Mawyer). Navigation and Spatial Orientation in the Pacific Islands, edited by R. Feinberg, C. Conboy Pyrek, and A. Mawyer. Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropology and Related Sciences 9(1). Special Issue. <http://escholarship.org/uc/item/3fw7j6dp>.

2016    The Vaeakau-Taumako Wind Compass as Part of a “Navigational Toolkit” (by C. Conboy Pyrek and R. Feinberg.) Navigation and Spatial Orientation in the Pacific Islands, edited by R. Feinberg, C. Conboy Pyrek, and A. Mawyer. Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences 9(1). Special Issue.  <http://escholarship.org/uc/item/1114c5xp>.

2016    Conceptualizing ‘Front’ and ‘Back’: Frames of Reference and Taumako Representations of Space. Navigation and Spatial Orientation in the Pacific Islands, edited by R. Feinberg, C. Conboy Pyrek, and A. Mawyer. Structure and Dynamics: eJournal of Anthropological and Related Sciences 9(1). Special Issue. <http://escholarship.org/uc/item/8pg2k44f>.

 

C. Book Chapters

1978    Rank and authority on Anuta Island. In Adaptation and Symbolism: Essays on Social Organization. Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo and S. Lee Seaton, eds. Hon­olulu: University of Hawai‘i Press. Pp. 1-32.

1980    Introduction: breast-feeding in America. In Tempest in a Tea House: Ameri­can Attitudes toward Breast-feeding, edited by Richard Feinberg. Kent, Ohio: Kent Popular Press. Pp. 1-9.

1981    The meaning of ‘sibling’ on Anuta Island. In Siblingship in Oceania: Studies in the Meaning of Kin Relations, edited by Mac Marshall. ASAO Monograph Num­ber 8. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Pp. 105-148.

1982    Structural dimensions of sociopolitical change on Anuta. Pro­ceedings of Con­ference on Evolving Political Cultures in the Pa­cific Islands, edited by Glo­ria Cronin. Lā`ie: Institute for Polynesian Studies (124-142). Reprinted from Pacific Studies 5(2).

1983    The meaning of ‘sibling’ on Anuta Island. In Siblingship in Oceania: Studies in the Meaning of Kin Relations, edited by Mac Marshall. ASAO Monograph Num­ber 8. Pp. 105-148. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America. Second Print­ing.

1989    What’s so funny about that?  Fieldwork and laughter in Polynesia. In The Hum­bled Anthropologist: Tales from the Pacific, edited by  Philip DeVita. Bel­mont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing Company. Pp. 53-60.

1991  Anuta. In Encyclopedia of World Cultures, Volume II: Oceania. Terence E. Hays, volume editor. Boston: G. K. Hall. Pp. 13-16.

1992    Margaret Mead and Samoa: Coming of Age in fact and fiction. In Critical Think­ing and Writing in the Disciplines, edited by Mary McGann. Allyn and Bacon, Publishers. Pp. 206-216. Reprinted from American Anthropologist (1988).

1995    Introduction: theme and variation in Pacific Island seafaring. In Seafaring in Contemporary Oceania: Studies in Continuity and Change, edited by Richard Feinberg. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Press. Pp. 3-15.

1995    Continuity and change in Nukumanu maritime technology and prac­tice. In Sea­faring in Contemporary Oceania: Studies in Con­tinuity and Change, edited by R. Feinberg. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Press. Pp. 159-195.

1995    Epilogue (by Ward H. Goodenough and Richard Feinberg). In Sea­faring in Contem­porary Oceania: Studies in Con­tinuity and Change, edited by R. Feinberg. DeKalb, IL: Northern Illinois University Press. Pp. 219-230.

1996    Spirit encounters on Anuta, Solomon Islands. In Spirits in Culture, History, and Mind, edited by Jeanette Marie Mageo and Alan Howard. New York and Lon­don: Routledge. Pp. 99-120.

1996    Preface (by Richard. Feinberg and Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo) to Leadership and Change in the Western Pacific: Es­says in Honor of Sir Raymond Firth, edited by R. Feinberg and K. A. Watson-Gegeo. London School of Eco­nomics Mono­graphs on Social Anthropology, Number 66. London: Athlone. Pp. viii-xiv.

1996    Leadership and change in the Western Pacific (by Karen Ann Watson-Gegeo and Richard Feinberg). Introduction to Leadership and Change in the Western Pa­cific: Es­says in Honor of Sir Raymond Firth, edited by R. Feinberg and K. A. Watson-Gegeo. London School of Eco­nomics Monographs on Social An­thropology, Number 66. London: Athlone. Pp. 1-55.

1996    Sanctity and power on Anuta: Polynesian chieftainship revisited. In Leader­ship and Change in the Western Pacific: Essays in Honor of Sir Raymond Firth, edited by R. Feinberg and K. A. Watson-Gegeo. London School of Eco­nomics Monographs on Social Anthropology, Number 66. London: Athlone. Pp. 56-92.

1997    Polynesian navigation. In Encyclopedia of the History of Sci­ence, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures, edited by Helaine Selin. Amsterdam: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Pp. 773-776.

1998    Anuta. In The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music: Australia and the Pacific Islands, edited by Adrienne Kaeppler and Jacob W. Love. New York: Garland. Pp. 856-861.

2001    The Anuta Islanders. In Endangered Peoples of Oceania: Struggles to Survive and Thrive, edited by Judith M. Fitzpatrick. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press. Pp. 17-32.

2001    Danger in paradise: Euphoria and near-tragedy on Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands. In Incidents, edited by Terry Stocker. Tempe, AZ: Franklin Publishing. Pp. 76-88.

2001    Introduction: Schneider’s cultural analysis of kinship and its implications for anthropological relativism. In The Cultural Analysis of Kinship: The Legacy of David M. Schneider, edited by Richard Feinberg and Martin Ottenheimer. Urbana, IL: University of Illinois Press. Pp. 1-31.

2006    Pacific seafaring. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by James Birx. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Pp. 1798-1799.

2006    Schneider, David M. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by James Birx. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Pp. 2060-2061.

2006    Tikopia. In Encyclopedia of Anthropology, edited by James Birx. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Pp. 2191-2196.

2008    Polynesian navigation. In Encyclopedia of the History of Sci­ence, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures (second edition), edited by Helaine Selin. Berlin, Heidelberg, & New York: Springer-Verlag. Pp. 1743-1746.

2008    Seafaring in the Polynesian Outliers (by R. Feinberg and M. George). In Encyclopedia of the History of Sci­ence, Technology, and Medicine in Non-Western Cultures (second edition), edited by Helaine Selin. Berlin, Heidelberg, & New York: Springer-Verlag. Pp. 1983-1989.

2008    Anuta. World Culture Encyclopedia <http://www.everyculture.com/Oceania/Anuta.html>.

2008    Polynesian representations of geographical and cosmological space: Anuta, Solomon Islands. In Canoes of the Grand Ocean, edited by Anne Di Piazza and Erik Pearthree. Oxford: British Archaeological Research (BAR) Archaeopress. Pp. 69-84.

2010    Representaciones polinesias del espacio geográfico y cosmológico. In Moana: Culturas de las islas del Pacifico, edited by Carlos Mondragon. Mexico City: Institute Nacional de Antropologia e Historia (National Museum of Anthropology and History). Pp. 33-44.

2010    Sister Lilian: Autobiography of Sister Lilian Takua Maeva of Anuta, Solomon Islands, the Community of the Sisters of the Church, and the Church of Melanesia. Recorded, introduced and edited by Richard Feinberg. Project Canterbury, Online Archive of the Church of England <http://anglicanhistory.org/oceania/feinberg_lilian2000.html>.

2011    Do Anutans empathize? Morality, compassion, and opacity of other minds. In The Anthropology of Empathy: Experiencing the Lives of others in Pacific Societies, edited by Douglas W. Hollan and C. Jason Throop. ASAO Studies in Pacific Anthropology, Volume 1. New York and Oxford: Berghahn Press. Pp. 151-167.

2011    Black English in California Schools. Sidebar in The Anthropology of Language: An Introduction to Linguistic Anthropology by Harriet Joseph Ottenheimer. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Cengage. P. 310.

2012    Preface (by R. Feinberg and R. Scaglion). In Polynesian Outliers: The State of the Art, edited by R. Feinberg and R. Scaglion. Ethnology Monographs, No. 21. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. P. v.

2012    Chapter 1: Introduction: The Polynesian outliers (by R. Scaglion and R. Feinberg). In Polynesian Outliers: The State of the Art, edited by R. Feinberg and R. Scaglion. Ethnology Monographs, No. 21. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Pp. 1-16.

2012    Chapter 5: Seafaring (by R. Feinberg and M. George). In Polynesian Outliers: The State of the Art, edited by R. Feinberg and R. Scaglion. Ethnology Monographs, No. 21. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Pp. 77-90.

2012    Chapter 8: Kinship and Social Structure (by R. Feinberg and W. Donner). In Polynesian Outliers: The State of the Art, edited by R. Feinberg and R. Scaglion. Ethnology Monographs, No. 21. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Pp. 139-156.

2012    Chapter 11: Religion (by R. Feinberg, J. Macdonald, and R. I. Lohmann). In Polynesian Outliers: The State of the Art, edited by R. Feinberg and R. Scaglion. Ethnology Monographs, No. 21. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. Pp. 187-216.

2013    David M. Schneider. Encyclopedia of Theory in Social and Cultural Anthropology, edited by Jon R. McGee and Richard L. Warms. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. Pp. 758-761.

2014    ‘Drawing the Coral Heads’: Mental Mapping and its Physical Representation in a Polynesian Community (with U. J. Dymon, Pu Paiaki, Pu Rangituteki, Pu Nukuriaki, and M. Rollins). In The People, Place, and Space Reader, edited by J. J. Gieseking, W. Mangold, C. Katz, S. Low, and S. Saegert. New York and London: Routledge.

2017    Defending ‘Traditional’ Marriage? Whose Definition? What Tradition? In Cultures of the United States: A Reader in Cultural Anthropology, Third Edition, edited by Jennifer Miller-Thayer. Plymouth, MI: Hayden-McNeil Publishing.

2017    Pay Attention and Go with the Flow. Introduction to First Fieldwork: Pacific Anthropology, 1960-1985, edited by L. Zimmer-Tamakoshi. Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press. In Press.

 

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Emeritus Professor

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