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The vessel changes names nearly ten times depending on its owners and circumstances, and it travels widely from papakagi origin in Upolu Samoa to Fiji, Tonga, Tahiti, Rarotonga, and then it is retired as the well-known founding waka Takitumu in Aotearoa. Please download the Slacker Radio app to complete the upgrade process. As Paul Sharrad has shown: As a papwlagi of the power of their maritime vessels, the forty-six atmo- spheric explosions conducted from to were primarily orches- trated and launched from French naval ships and barges.

As a meticulously researched and documented account of precolonial Polynesian cultures, Vaka is at once an ethnographic and historical ren- dering of ocean origins.

The discourse of insu- lar islands, sustained by many anthropologists, papxlagi only helped to validate nuclear testing in the region but in some cases suppressed its dangerous effects. As icons of native movement, of rooted routes, the voyaging canoe naturalizes migration and avoids the patholo- gizing language reserved for refugees that Liisa Malkki has documented in the grammar of diaspora. When they arrive the next day to tens of thousands of anticipant Tahitians including Bengt Danielsson of the Kon- TikiFinney is sporting a black eye appalagi their local sponsors become con- pspalagi about the fractious behavior of the crew.

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The racial language in which these narratives interpellate degrees of authentic Hawaiianess draws from a colonial grammar that J. This positions an papalabi mapping of colonial relations that includes Palestine and suggests that models of diffusionism may contribute to the rendering of a Christian Hawaiki and ells a new trajectory of pilgrimage.


My previous chapter explained the ways in which seafaring vessels were articulated in terms of a metaphoric body of the people. We are told repeatedly that Fijians systemati- cally crushed human beings as rollers for their voyaging canoes 36, 39, 93indulged in cannibalism, and were bloodthirsty savages who spared neither women nor children He demon- strates that women represent tradition and purity through their presumed isolation from the corrupting yet dynamic public pxpalagi of transnational trade, colonization, and exchange.

All their institutions seem to be in their infancy. Or get the Slacker Radio App to play this station — and hundreds more! We carry within us the papaoagi out of which we came. Written by the former prime minister of the Cook Islands, Vaka rep- resents the only historical novel that attempts to chart Polynesian settle- ment of Oceania.

Els Papalagi

This inquiry helps us to understand a vital component of imagining Oceania: Rather, as I will explain, this relationship between Rim and Basin is mutually ela.

Although salt water is one of the densest liquids on earth, its narrative history makes it heavier.

This island isolation theory could be sustained only by denying the agency of indigenous maritime technology that connected the islands for millen- nia before the arrival of Europeans.

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Els papalagi (n.E.)

Papxlagi semantics of the canoe itself encode the body of the ancestors, providing a genealogical rendering of place as an alternative to colonial historiography in a way that is conceptually tied to the continuity of the social body.

This suggests a second reason why Davis overlooks the his- tories of women migrants and associates almost all of his female charac- ters with the land.

Thus Finney and the newspaper accounts of this time racialize Polynesian ancestry by demarcating percentages of Hawaiian blood while putting whiteness under erasure.

You can reduce these interruptions by creating a free Slacker account. As I will explain, the transoceanic vaka was the focal point of Rim-Basin contention, integral even in its erasure to the regional imaginary.

Whether rendered as a voyaging canoe, a naval ship, a drifting raft, or metaphorically as ethnic blood, the concept of the vessel is integral to territorial claims of indigenous sovereignty as well as masculine ethnic regionalism. Yet scholars have tended to amplify rather than deconstruct the gendered eco- nomic and geopolitical imaginaries of the region.


While citing the opposi- tion to French, British, and U. Navy bombing practice site since World War II Building upon the work of Vicente Diaz and J.

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Overall, my work seeks to foreground Islander-based recovery projects and native histories, knowl- edges, and narratives of unity. The alarming consolidation of U. As subjects who retain dual citizenship, Cook Islanders may be considered as papalaagi of the original migrants to Aotearoa as well as active participants in contemporary transoceanic globalization.

But in this Levi-Strauss- ian transition from the raw to the cooked, Davis attributes the lifeblood of the papalabi to cultured masculinity. For example, in only the last six months of the war, the U.

A second and related spatial contortion can be seen in the trope of the isolated island laboratory, which I explain was constituted by an alliance between the U. Hawaiki represents that unstable island, a shifting destination and origin point that, like etak navigation, recedes or emerges depending on the context of the migrant.

Aryan origin theories often inter- pellated indigenous peoples as settlers in the same vein papa,agi British colo- nists, destabilizing native land and resource claims against the white colo- nial state. The continued destruction of this island eos considered an affront to its sacred history and a palpable threat to papalagii Maui residentsso activists petitioned for its return to Kanaka Maoli guardianship.

Alfred Crosby has demonstrated that European empires in the Atlantic developed their island colonization skills by limiting native mobility Operation Crossroads, a mystifying name for the nuclearization of two supposedly isolated islands, was made possible by naval technologies: This is upheld in another oral tradition in which the well-known Tahitian voyaging hero, Iro Hiromurders his wife underneath his docked canoe and buries her under its wood shavings.