Taonga Treasures Measina features literature and artworks that are not otherwise widely available. For a list full list of archived Taonga Treasures Measina and links to other websites please see below. To view a full list of our friends and affiliates, click here.
Our series of Talanoa videos comes out of our Marsden Project (2019-2023), 'Vā Moana: space and relationality in Pacific thought and identity'.
Emily Parr & Arielle Walker, Whatu Aho Rua (2020). Digital video, 14 min 26 sec. Published as text and video in Lieu Journal: Time Travel (issue 4).
Emily Parr & Arielle Walker, Whatuora (2020). Digital video, 12 min. Published as text in Kei te Pai Press: Te Korekore.
Vicente M. Diaz, Epeli Hau’ofa Memorial Lecture: Backing into the Future: Transindigenous Sea, River, Plains, and Skyfaring Between Faichuuk in the Caroline Islands and Miní Sóta Makhóčhe in the Eastern Plains. (2018)
Peter Brunt, Teresia Teaiwa, April Henderson, Jim Vivieaere, Albert Refiti, Ema Tavola and Ron Brownson: Round Table: Thinking Through Oceania Now (2010)
Penelope Schoeffel: Daughters of Sina: A study of Gender, Status and Power in Western Samoa (1979)
Tēvita Ka’ili: Pacific Patterns (2017)
Hūfanga ‘Ōkusitino Māhina: The Tongan Traditional History Tala-Ē-Fonua (1992)
Leali’ifano Albert Refiti: Mavae and Tofiga (2015)
Taonga Treasures Measina from friends of Vā Moana Pacific Spaces:
Koselleck-Project – Histories of Philosophy in a Global Perspective, University of Hildesheim:
We are excited to be collaborating on this project with the University of Hildesheim. Keep up to date with what’s happening on the panui page here.
Small Files Media Festival 2020: A media festival out of Simon Fraser University which has good practical tips for reducing file sizes.
Pacific Encounters, Serge Tcherkezoff: This website gives access to historical sources gathered from a research program associating the Cross-Cultural Voyaging in the Pacific 1595-1795 Project (University of Auckland) and CREDO (www.pacific-credo.fr), directed by Dame Professor Anne Salmond and Serge Tcherkezoff respectively.
Image credit: Faletele, Salelologa, Savai‘i. Albert L. Refiti.