Oceanic Memory: Islands, Ecologies, Peoples
30 November – 2 December, 2017
Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand
Hosted by the University of Canterbury College of Arts and the Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies in conjunction with Memory Research in Aotearoa Network
Nau Mai Haere Mai | Welcome | Afio Mai | Aere Mai | Malo e me'a mai | Fakatalofa atu | Veikidavaki | Fakaalofa lahi atu | Ulu tonu mai
Memories are complex, selective, and evolve over time. Some memories are hegemonic and powerful and some are subordinate and marginalized. This conference seeks to address the complex politics of cultural memory in the Pacific from a variety of critical perspectives.
Tapa cloth (Image courtesy the Macmillan Brown centre for Pacific Studies)