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Passions and Purposes

Acting Faith and Nostalgia in New Caledonia

Matt K. Matsuda

As developed since the seventeenth century, the concept and experience of nostalgia has been linked to individuals or groups displaced from, and longing for, a distant site they consider to be “home.” Colonial historians have also noted that indigenous peoples, such as Australian Aborigines or the Kanak in New Caledonia, may suffer from “solastalgia,” that is, homesickness while “still at home” because they have been subjects with restricted rights on what was once their own territory. The thoughts and writings of Kanak seminarian and anticolonial activist Jean-Marie Tjibaou are analyzed to demonstrate the ways that Kanak communities have shaped locally rooted identities through traditions of genealogy to assert continuities in their own history. Special focus is given here to Tjibaou's seminary training and his appropriation of Biblical stories and teachings to make points about suffering, charity, nobility, and challenges to authority, both in staged passion plays and in Kanak versions of the Christian Word.

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Making Men out of Boys

Revisiting Connell through Twenty-First-Century Indian Picturebooks

Sridipa Dandapat and Priyanka Tripathi

, Abba's Day (2017) by Sunaina Ali and Debasmita Dasgupta, Kali Wants to Dance (2018) by Aparna Karthikeyan and Somesh Kumar, and Guthli Has Wings (2019) by Kanak Shashi. The selected picturebooks are emblematic of the gender issues that bring about

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Book Reviewed in this article: Bravo, Michael and Sverker Sorlin (eds.). Narrating the Arctic. A cultural history of Nordic scientific practices. Bryce, Trevor. Life and society in the Hittite world. Caplan, Lionel. Children of colonialism. Anglo‐Indians in a postcolonial World. Couldry, Nick. Media rituals. A critical approach. Crehan, Kate. Gramsci, culture and anthropology. Emoff, Ron, and David Henderson (eds.). Mementos, artifacts, and hallucinations from the ethnographer's tent. Illouz, Charles. De chair et de pierre. Essai de mythologie kanak, Maré‐Iles Loyauté. Lawrence, Geoffrey, Vaughan Higgins and Stewart Lockie (eds.). Environment, society and natural resource management. Theoretical perspectives from Australiasia and the Americas. Lewin, Ellen, and William L. Leap (eds.). Out in theory. The emergence of lesbian and gay anthropology. Long, Norman. Development sociology. Actor perspectives. Sillitoe, Paul, Alan Bicker and Johan Pottier (eds.). Participating in development. Approaches to indigenous knowledge.

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Between Intention and Implementation

Recent Legal Reforms on Child Marriage in Contemporary Malaysia

Nurul Huda Mohd. Razif

. https://www.malaymail.com/news/malaysia/2022/03/22/womens-minist...s-no-plans-to-ban-child-marriages-better-to-change-socie/2048826 . Bernama ( 2018a ), ‘ Ibu bapa pengantin kanak-kanak restui perkahwinan ’ [Parents to child bride consented to the

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Nicholas Thomas, Adrian Locke, Noelle M. K. Y. Kahanu, Simon Jean, and Lagi-Maama

Kanaks”; Noelle M. K. Y. Kahanu's “Evidencing Encounters and (Re)Imagining Relations”; and Michael Mel's “Performance and the Body” present their respective Indigenous lenses and privilege their own knowledges, ideologies, and practices. Within each of

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Steven J. Hoffman, Fanny Wonu Veys, Joseph P Feldman, Natasha Barrett, Elsa Lenz Kothe, Antonino Crisà, Sayantan Mukhopadhyay, Masaaki Morishita, and Ewa Klekot

Islands) is the third in a series of exhibitions on Pacific material culture and art. The trilogy started with the well-received New Caledonia show Kanak, l’art est une parole (15 October 2013–26 January 2014) and continued with the travelling New Guinea

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Introduction

A White Republic? Whites and Whiteness in France

Mathilde Cohen and Sarah Mazouz

portant avis sur la mise en œuvre du recensement général de la population dans les Territoires d'Outre-Mer). As of the 2014 New Caledonia census, 39 percent of the residents identified as “Kanak,” 27 percent as “European,” 8 percent as Wallisian and