Narratives and Images of Pacific Island Women, Volume 44
Debbie Hippolite Wright, Rosalind Meno Ram, Kathleen Fromm Ward
Edwin Mellen Press, Jan 1, 2005 - Literary Criticism - 253 pages
This book is a collection of interviews and photographs gathered in an extensive women?s oral history project funded by Brigham Young University-Hawaii. The selected narratives include indigenous women from Aotearoa/New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Fiji, Hawaii, Kiribati, Nieu, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, and Tonga. They establish significant distinctions and commonalities among Pacific Island women and also between island women and those outside the Pacific.
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