Political Life Writing in the Pacific

Political Life Writing in the Pacific

Edited by Jack Corbett and Brij V. Lal. Published July 2015. Part of the series 'State, Society and Governance in Melanesia'.

This book aims to reflect on the experiential side of writing political lives in the Pacific region.

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Change!

Change!

Edited by Gabriele Bammer. Published July 2015.

Change happens all the time, so why is driving particular change generally so hard?

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Songs of the Empty Place

Songs of the Empty Place

By James F. Weiner and Don Niles. Published July 2015. Part of the series 'Monographs in Anthropology'.

For 31 months between 1979 and 1995, James F. Weiner conducted anthropological research amongst the Foi people in Southern Highlands Province, Papua New Guinea.

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China’s Domestic Transformation in a Global Context

China’s Domestic Transformation in a Global Context

Edited by Ligang Song, Ross Garnaut, Cai Fang and Lauren Johnston. Published July 2015. Part of the series 'China Update Series'.

The phrase ‘New Normal’ captures the ongoing shift in the pattern and drivers of China’s economic growth.

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The Seven Dwarfs and the Age of the Mandarins

The Seven Dwarfs and the Age of the Mandarins

Edited by Samuel Furphy. Published July 2015. Part of the series 'ANU Lives Series in Biography'.

In the history and folklore of Australia’s Commonwealth Public Service, the idea of the ‘Seven Dwarfs’ has been remarkably persistent.

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Timor-Leste's Bill of Rights

Timor-Leste's Bill of Rights

Annemarie Devereux. Published May 2015.

In addition to providing an overview of the process leading up to the adoption of the Constitution, Timor-Leste's Bill of Rights brings together information relating to each section of the Bill of Rights.

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Taxonomic Tapestries

Taxonomic Tapestries

Edited by Alison M Behie and Marc F Oxenham. Published May 2015.

This volume explores the complexity, diversity and interwoven nature of taxonomic pursuits within the context of explorations of humans and related species.

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Talking it Through

Talking it Through

Miranda Forsyth and Richard Eves. Published May 2015.

This book provides crucial insights both into how the practices and beliefs of sorcery and witchcraft are playing out in contemporary Melanesia.

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