Hello Circle Readers, Issue No. 33 of the Pacific Circle Bulletin is now available for download here. This and all other past issues may be found by clicking the ‘Bulletin‘ link at the top of this page. The print edition will be distributed to Circle members in the coming days.
Hello Circle Readers, Dr. Roy MacLeod has composed a splendid piece on the history of the Pacific Circle organization. It may be found in the “About” section of this site, or by clicking here.
Hello Circle Readers, Gregory T. Cushman’s Guano and the Opening of the Pacific World: A Global Ecological History (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013) has recently been reviewed by Juliette Levy at EH.net. For the full review, please click here.
Hello Circle Readers, The latest Pacific News from Manoa is available on its official web site and blog. The newsletter may also be downloaded here (PDF format). Inside this issue: Pacific Islander Tuition Funding Hawaiʻi Specialist Librarian Kapena Shim Baninnur: A Basket of Food Making Micronesia: A Political Biography of Tosiwo Nakayama Ancestral Places: Understanding Kanaka Geographies The Art of Excavation UHM-ANU Memorandum Student and Alumni Activities Faculty and Staff Activities Publications …Read More
Hello Circle Readers, The Pacific Coast Conference on British Studies (PCCBS) invites paper and panel proposals for its 42nd annual meeting, to be held at the M Resort Spa Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada, California, March 6-8, 2015. The deadline for submission of proposals is December 1, 2014. For more information, please click here (PDF link).
Hello Circle Readers, Please see below for a conference announcement from Tiarne Barratt on behalf of Professor Alison Bashford and The Quarantine Project team at the University of Sydney: Quarantine: History, Heritage, Place – An international conference convened by historians, archaeologists and heritage scholars from the University of Sydney, 14-16 August 2014. The practice of quarantine has always been grounded in contested locations. The history and heritage of quarantine stations and places …Read More
Hello Circle Readers, The website of the 14th International Conference on the History of Science in East Asia (14th ICHSEA, Paris, 6-10 July 2015) is now online at: http://14ichsea.sciencesconf.org/ The call for panels for this conference is open from 5 June to 1 September 2014. The call for individual papers will open on 15 September 2014. Thanks to Dr. Catherine Jami for bringing this to attention.
Hello Circle Readers, Please see below for a statement from Dr. John Gascoigne regarding the Pacific Circle Panel at the recent AAPS conference. Abstracts from this panel may be found in the ‘Past Conferences’ section of this site. Pacific Circle Panel at the Australian Association for Pacific Studies [AAPS] Conference, University of Sydney, Thurs 24 April 2014 The panel entitled Pacific Circle Workshop: Pacific Knowledges and their Contexts which was organised by …Read More
Hello Circle Readers, Associate Professor Sylvie Largeaud-Ortega from the University of French Polynesia is planning to edit a collection of essays on the topic of the Bounty, to be published in book form. Please click here for details on the Call for Papers. The deadline for abstract submission is July 1st 2014. The deadline for paper submission is November 1st 2014. Sylvie Largeaud-Ortega, maître de conférences à l’Université de Polynésie Française …Read More
Hello Readers, These upcoming conferences may be of interest: April 22-26: 5th Conference of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies, at the Macleay Museum, University of Sydney. Theme: “Oceanscapes: Cooperation across the Pacific” September 22-27: 13th Conference of the ISISA, the International Small Islands Studies Association December 3-6: 21st Biennial Pacific History Association Conference June 21-26, 2015: 9th International Conference on Easter Island the Pacific (EIPC 2015) For more information …Read More