Visualizing te kainga, dancing te kainga : history and culture between Rabi, Banaba and beyond
Visualising te kaingal, Dancing te Kainga, is an exploration of Banaban and Gilbertese history and culture through archival texts and photographs, writing in history and anthropology, film, music and dance, and fieldwork or what I call "homework" The form of the thesis resonates with its content as I explore these sites of knowledge production through analysis, narrative, poetry, memory, image, and video. Banaban history and politics has been mainly defined with respect to the British colonial...[Show more]
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