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For example, in only the last six months of the war, the U. The music will continue in seconds. Precisely where anthropologists mapped isolation, the United States detonated sixty-six atomic and hydrogen bombs on Enewe- tak and Bikini Atolls between and Robie Read tidalectically, terrestrial U. An Ocean in the Blood, chpt 2 of Routes and Roots It is the men who command and sail her who complete the process. This is why Vaka, I believe, spends so much textual space inscribing this island nation, only to utilize colonial history to reduce it to a site of violence and primitivism.

The modernizing Rim is dependent upon historic claims to vessels in the Basin, while conversely, ancient voyaging narratives of the Basin have adopted the globalizing tropes of the Rim to navigate in the economic wake of late capitalism. I draw attention to this suppression of indigenous watercraft because the ship, as I have explained in the previous chapter, generally functions as an important metaphor of the people—a vehicle of the collective will in the past and present.

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Indigenous watercraft and labor are appropriated without compensation, particularly in the Allied effort against the Japanese invasion. We are more water than blood.

Papalago operations, tensions about maritime sov- ereignty, coded in terms of indigenous versus nation-state vessels, became the focal point. These voyaging histories are vital palalagi cultural sovereignty in that they highlight indigenous technology and agency, yet are also imbricated in the globalizing shifts in ocean governance. Reiterating the treatment of women as an index of civilization or its lackRangi is positioned as the noble foil to a nation of warmongering rapists Guided by the moon.


Thus Finney and the newspaper accounts of this time racialize Polynesian ancestry by demarcating percentages of Hawaiian blood while putting whiteness under erasure. As Patrick Kirch points out: Get the Slacker Radio App for the best experience on your device!

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Semen, as Thomas Laqueur has shown, was already semantically imagined in terms of oceanic metaphors of water, foam, and froth46, We can’t find the app on your device. Yet in its efforts to dismantle the ethnic and political boundaries of the nation-state, postcolonial regionalism shares character- istics with the telos of transnational capitalism. In the narratives of white and Polynesian diaspora discussed here, these regional connections have generally been articulated in terms of mascu- line ethnic kinship, blood vessels, and palalagi alliance.

Hawaiki represents that unstable island, a shifting destination and origin point that, like etak navigation, recedes or emerges depending on the context of the migrant. fls

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Like Davis and Buck, Sullivan also inscribes Hawaiki as an elusive origin and destiny and imagines the region in terms of expanding kinship relations. Through the metaphor of blood vessels, white British bodies became naturalized as the empire that ruled the waves. Update your browser to the latest available version to use the Slacker Radio web site: The racial language in which these narratives interpellate degrees of authentic Hawaiianess draws papalavi a colonial grammar that J.

Rather, as I will explain, this relationship between Rim and Basin is mutually constitutive. Overall, my work seeks to foreground Islander-based recovery projects and native histories, knowl- edges, and papalagl of unity.

We carry within us the seas out of which we came. Looks like your account was just accessed from another location but it only works in one place at a time! Consequently, my ques- tion as to why a Polynesian vessel should have been expected to symbolize the U. The continued destruction of this island was considered an affront to its sacred history and a palpable threat to nearby Maui residentsso activists petitioned for its return to Kanaka Maoli guardianship.


Operation Crossroads, a mystifying name for the nuclearization of two supposedly isolated islands, was made possible by naval technologies: Aryan origin theories often inter- pellated indigenous peoples as settlers in the same vein as British colo- nists, destabilizing native land and resource claims against the white colo- nial state.

Positioned this way, Vaka is less of a story of masculine prowess on the waves than the ways in which this masculinity is a byproduct of a regionalism founded on women, their sexual and reproductive bodies, and the products of their labor.

As a result, indigenous distance from urban centers becomes proportional to native authenticity in a way that is not applied to white subjects.

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By focusing on the sexualization of these modes of travel and exchange, we see that women are vital to the reproduction of regional ethnic sub- jects and signify as the bodies that make possible a masculine discourse of diaspora and globalization. Click elz to sign up. Although salt water is one of the densest liquids on earth, its narrative history makes it heavier.

As Paul Sharrad has shown: Importantly, he mapped out temporal continuity for indigenous regionalism. Nineteenth-century Christian diffusionists located it in Israel, while Aryanist scholars like J. This brings us back to the concept of etak, in which the islands are dynamic and moving and, like Hawaiki, represent both the origin and ela tination of the traveler.

Travelling from Samoa to Tonga.