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2nd Contemporary Pacific Arts Festival (CPAF) March 2014 Melbourne, Australia

The Contemporary Pacific Arts Festival (CPAF) is an annual multi-disciplinary showcase of the creative talents of the Australian Pacific Arts Community. The Contemporary Pacific Arts Festival 2014 will be taking place throughout the month of March 2014.

Through its diverse program, CPAF will share the unique stories of Pacific diaspora in Melbourne and more broadly Australia.  read more »

Opportunities for Doctoral Student Fellowships in Oceanic Studies

The Dissertation Proposal Development Fellowship (DPDF) Student Fellowship Competition is offering fellowships to graduate students in the humanities and social sciences preparing dissertation proposals on topics related to life of and on the sea.

For further information regarding the program and how to apply, please visit www.ssrc.org/programs/dpdf/

The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry (PLI) has been launched

The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry is a new peer-review journal that aims to deepen our grasp of postcolonial literary history while enabling us to stay comprehensively informed of all critical developments in the field.

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Tapa, Lien Culturel D'Oceanie: Exhibitions, lectures, symposium, workshops, catalogue Tahiti, November 10th, 2014 – February, 21st, 2015

"Tapa, a cultural link in Oceania": an event with three exhibitions (Musée de Tahiti, Te Fare Tauhiti Nui, Mairie de Papeete), lectures at University of French Polynesia, Symposium on "Defence and preservation of tapa, Oceanian solidarity" (November 14th and 15th), workshops for public and teachers, catalogue.  

Starts November 10th, 2014.  read more »

Panel Discussion at the Fowler Museum, UCLA: Exhibiting Cultures: A Pacific Rim Dialogue February 26th, 6.30pm.

As part of the Fowler at Fifty anniversary year, the Museum presents the second of three panel discussions that address special topics in museum practices. This conversation will examine procedures for developing American Indian, First Nations and Maori perspectives when exhibiting items produced by these cultures. More specifically the panel discusses how indigenous peoples have been involved in shaping the ways that their cultural resources are presented and represented in museum settings.  read more »

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