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- "Our time has come:" Flying Fijians close in on quarterfinal appearance at Rugby World Cup
- 'More land washed away:' One year after historic UN decision
- Vanuatu PM under threat, as opposition mounts leadership challenge
- Tongan dance crew Onion Squad take talents to world stage
- Fruean pushes for countries to sign fossil fuel non-proliferation treaty
Tag Archives: The Netherlands
The Library of the Royal Institute for the Tropics and The Tropenmuseum, Amsterdam’s ethnographic and multicultural museum [with an outstanding permanent exhibition of art and artefacts from New Guinea and Oceania], may close in the next few years if the Government of … Continue reading
Oceania Newsletter No. 70 (June 2013) is now available from the Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies at the Radboud University in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
by Dr Paul D’Arcy, History, CHL. [about this image*] For the last two years a quiet educational revolution with profound implications for education outreach and collaborative teaching and research has been taking place across the entire breadth of the Pacific Islands. The … Continue reading
The final Oceania Newsletter for 2012, compiled by Rene van der Haar at the Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies (Radboud University, NL), is now available online.
The 19th annual conference of the New Zealand Studies Association, together with the Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies, Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands. The New Zealand Studies Association (NZSA) has a long and strong history in promoting New Zealand Studies. … Continue reading
Oceania Newsletter 67 for September 2012 is now on the website of the Centre for Pacific and Asian Studies at Radboud University in Nijmegen (thanks to Rene vd Haar!).