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Eks demon- strates that women represent tradition and purity through their presumed isolation from the corrupting yet dynamic public realm of transnational trade, colonization, and exchange. We’ll start the music back up once you go through this security check. Like Davis and Buck, Sullivan also inscribes Hawaiki as an elusive origin and destiny and imagines the region in terms of expanding kinship relations.

Searching for installed app We just stopped the music because you haven’t touched the player in a while. By extension, the cosmopolitan and masculine bias of migratory routes are obtained by mastering a primitivized landscape of feminized roots. While his maritime travels with the Allies open his perspective to a broader regional understanding of what will become the island nation of independent Papua New Guinea, his last sea voyage is described in terms of bewitchment and terror. Semen, as Thomas Laqueur has shown, was already semantically imagined in terms of oceanic metaphors of water, foam, and froth46, All their institutions seem to be in their infancy.

Theoretically, one should be able to speak in terms of local indigenous movements alongside global economic shifts, as this chapter intends to do. Thus it is not only the ocean that is placed under erasure by the logic of capital but also its metonymic vessels of sovereignty.

Aryan origin theories often inter- pellated indigenous peoples as settlers in the same vein as British colo- nists, destabilizing native land and resource claims against the white colo- nial state.

In the es of white and Polynesian diaspora eels here, these regional connections have generally been articulated in terms of mascu- line ethnic kinship, blood vessels, and political alliance.


Like his South Seas narrative forefathers, Heyerdahl positions himself as the originary contact with the pure Polynesian exotic, even when his narrative is derivative of centuries of European mythmaking of the region.

Please download the Slacker Radio app to complete the upgrade process. As his narrative explains, organization of the mission was based on military sponsorship, including his fellow Norwegian ex-servicemen who were his crewmembers.

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Alfred Crosby has demonstrated that European empires in the Atlantic developed their island colonization skills by limiting native mobility Overall we can describe Rim-Basin tensions as competing claims to the region that are validated through originary and racialized narratives of diaspora.

As subjects who retain dual citizenship, Cook Islanders may be considered as some of the original migrants to Aotearoa as well as active participants in contemporary transoceanic globalization. By rendering papaagi voy- aging canoe as a metonymy of a moving island, this chapter papzlagi the circulation of these indigenous vessels as a tidalectic engagement of routes and roots.

Importantly, he mapped out temporal continuity for indigenous regionalism. As I will explain, the transoceanic vaka was elw focal point of Rim-Basin contention, integral even in its erasure to the regional imaginary. In that story, Davis racializes the maritime battles between these famous half-brothers as an epic struggle between Polynesia and Melanesia.

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In a page drawn from the civilizing Robinson Crusoe, Rangi intervenes to stop the Fijians from this practice Thus his account is a papalagl blending of purported native superstitions alongside western civilizing benevolence: Precisely where anthropologists mapped isolation, the United States detonated sixty-six atomic and hydrogen bombs on Enewe- tak and Bikini Atolls between and Robie As a meticulously researched and documented account of precolonial Polynesian cultures, Vaka is at once an ethnographic and historical ren- dering of ocean origins.

Consequently, my ques- tion as to why a Polynesian vessel should have been expected to symbolize the U. This suggests a European ideologeme of aqua nullius, upon which continental peoples overlaid their presumably more developed cultures.

Navy bombing practice papalqgi since World War II We can’t find the app on your device. As a demonstration of the power of their papaalgi vessels, the forty-six atmo- spheric explosions conducted from to were primarily orches- trated and launched from French naval ships and barges.


Update your browser to the latest available version to use the Slacker Radio web site: Hawaiki represents an unstable place of origin that changes depending on the population and context in which it is used, as well as the destination place for the transmigration of the human spirit.

Download the free Slacker Radio app and listen as long as you like. The myth of isolation can only be sustained by suppressing the long historical presence of maritime vessels—both indigenous and foreign.

It would enable Te Arutanga Nuku to stock up goods for meeting his per- sonal, tribal, and inter-tribal obligations.

Moreover, the etak concept of moving islands desta- bilizes the myth of isolation and renders the indigenous peoples of Ocea- nia as active participants in the world historical process. Thanks for checking out this preview of Slacker Radio!

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Guided by the moon. Although salt water is one of the densest liquids on earth, its narrative history makes it heavier. As Trask has famously declared: Outside the bounds of the novel, Davis performed and revitalized these histories by organizing the building of an ancestral replica canoe, the Takitumu, which sailed to Taputapu-atea and other regional festivals. Our brains are eighty per cent water. Building upon the work of Vicente Diaz and J.

News updates on Slacker Radio. This positions an alternative mapping of colonial relations that includes Palestine and suggests that models of diffusionism may contribute to the rendering of a Christian Hawaiki and generate a new trajectory of pilgrimage.

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

Click here to sign up. Reiterating the treatment of women as an index of civilization or its lackRangi is positioned as the noble foil to a nation of warmongering rapists Through the metaphor of blood vessels, white British bodies became naturalized as the empire that ruled the waves.