Pacific studies @ ANU in Samoa 2013!

From the Samoa Observer –

ANU, NUS & USP students and staff at the USP, Alafua Campus.

ANU, NUS & USP students and staff at the USP, Alafua Campus.

The Australian National University (ANU), the National University of Samoa (NUS) and the University of the South Pacific (USP), Alafua Campus have partnered in a So’o Collaboration.

Focusing on exchanging views and perspectives through Research and Interactive Multimedia and Seminar Presentations on Arts and Culture in the areas of Arts Policy Development, Education and Cultural Industries in Samoa and the Pacific, the So’o Collaboration was initiated by three lecturers from the three universities.

Dr Katerina Teaiwa, Convenor of the Pacific Studies program at ANU and President of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies, Maluiao Leua Latai, Senior Lecturer of the Expressive & Practical Arts Department – Faculty of Education of the National University of Samoa and Tuilagi Seiuli Allan Alo Va’ai, Director of the Polynesia Outreach Program, University of the South Pacific-Faculty of Arts, Law and Education were all involved.

See here for the full article!

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