Five Questions with Katerina Teaiwa

Pacific Studies Co-Convener at The Australian National University and President of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies Dr. Katerina Teaiwa talks with Rosemary Pennington about her current work as a fellow with Indiana University’s Framing the Global initiative and how her project Indigenous Peoples and the Global Remix draws on interdisciplinary aspects of Pacific Studies to reframe, and re-imagine a distinction between the local, regional and the global. Read the full interview here.

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