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Consuming Ocean Island: Stories of people and phosphate from Banaba
KM Teaiwa
Indiana University Press, 2014
1942014
Our sea of phosphate: The diaspora of Ocean Island
KM Teaiwa
Indigenous diasporas and dislocations, 169-192, 2017
582017
Choreographing difference: the (body) politics of Banaban dance
KM Teaiwa
The Contemporary Pacific, 65-94, 2012
402012
Ruining Pacific islands: Australia's phosphate imperialism
K Teaiwa
Australian Historical Studies 46 (3), 374-391, 2015
382015
Framing the global: Entry points for research
S Sassen, P Kumar, S DeBoer, D Cohen, M Ciotti, KM Teaiwa, F Miraftab, ...
Indiana University Press, 2014
372014
Multi-Sited Methodologies
K Teaiwa
Homework” in Australia, Fiji, and Kiribati.” In Anthropologists in the Field …, 2004
352004
Rethinking South Asian Diaspora Studies
M Das Gupta, C Gupta, KM Teaiwa
Cultural Dynamics 19 (2-3), 125-140, 2007
322007
Niu mana, sport, media and the Australian diaspora
KM Teaiwa
EDITED BY STEWART FIRTH, 381, 2019
302019
Reframing Oceania: lessons from Pacific studies
K Teaiwa
Framing the global: Entry points for research, 2014
292014
On decoloniality: a view from Oceania
K Teaiwa
Postcolonial Studies 23 (4), 601-603, 2020
282020
Our rising sea of islands: Pan-Pacific regionalism in the age of climate change
K Teaiwa
Brigham Young University, 2018
262018
Contemporary perspectives on art and international development
P Stupples, K Teaiwa
Taylor & Francis, 2016
252016
No distant future: Climate change as an existential threat
K Teaiwa
Australian Foreign Affairs, 51-70, 2019
212019
Pacific cultural mapping, planning and policy toolkit
K Teaiwa, C Mercer
Secretariat of the Pacific Community and European Union, 2011
202011
Saltwater feet: The flow of dance in Oceania
K Teaiwa
Deep blue: Critical reflections on nature, religion and water, 2008
202008
Culture moves? The Festival of Pacific Arts and dance remix in Oceania
K Teaiwa
University of Waikato, 2014
192014
Sweat and salt water: Selected works
T Teaiwa, KM Teaiwa, AK Henderson, T Wesley-Smith
(No Title), 2021
172021
South Asia down under: Popular kinship in Oceania
KM Teaiwa
Cultural Dynamics 19 (2-3), 193-232, 2007
172007
Visualizing te kainga, dancing te kainga: history and culture between Rabi, Banaba and beyond
K Teaiwa
The Australian National University, 2002
152002
Climate, coal, kinship and security in Australia-Pacific relations
T Kabutaulaka, K Teaiwa
Australian Institute of International Affairs 21, 2019
132019
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