The Pacific festivals of Aotearoa New Zealand : negotiating place and identity in a new homeland /
With a history now stretching back four decades, Pacific festivals of Aotearoa assert a multicultural identity of New Zealand and situate the country squarely within a sea of islands. In this volume, Jared Mackley-Crump gives a provocative look at the changing demographics and cultural landscape of...
University of Hawaii Press,
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- Migration and festivalization: how New Zealand became a center of the Pacific diaspora
- A Pacific renaissance?: understanding festivalization
- Contextualizing the ethnographic space
- Logistics, leadership, and development
- Place and identity.