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Archive for the ‘Gender and Militarism in the Pacific’ Category

BOLATAGICI INTERVIEW // iMODE MAGAZINE

In Contemporary Pacific Art, Gender and Militarism in the Pacific, Masculinity, militarism, Militarism in the Pacific, Pacific Islander Art in Australia, Pacific Research and News, PSMC recruitment in Fiji, Representations of the Black Body on June 18, 2010 at 11:14 pm
May/June 2010 iMode feature

May/June 2010 iMode feature

The May/June edition of iMode Magazine contains a 6-page feature on my work. You can view for free online at: http://www.imodemagazine.com/

// TO HELMAND AND BACK //

In Gender and Militarism in the Pacific, Masculinity, militarism, Militarism in the Pacific, Military History, PSMC recruitment in Fiji, PTSD on February 3, 2010 at 11:24 am
Derek Derenalagi

Derek Derenalagi

More than 2,000 Fijians are currently serving in the British forces, trading their palm-fringed Pacific islands for the battlefields of Afghanistan and Iraq. Why do they do it? For a passport out of poverty and to fight for the nation that once ruled them. Dan McDougall reports .

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Prof. Cynthia Enloe Lecture at Quinnipiac

In Gender and Militarism in the Pacific, Gender in the Pacific, Militarism in the Pacific, Pacific Research and News on October 27, 2009 at 6:39 am

On September 24th, 2009, Cynthia Enloe, a research professor in international development and womens studies at Clark University, presented the lecture, Picking Up the Pieces: Making Feminist Sense…