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Pacific Resources, Information and News
Art of Pacific Cultures - Art History Resources page by Christopher Witcombe
New Zealand Electronic Poetry Centre NZEPC University of Auckland, is an electronic gateway to poetry resources in Aotearoa/New Zealand and the Pacific region. Has a Pasifika Poetry section with fulltext, commentary and interviews with authors.
New Zealand Museums and Galleries Directory of New Zealand museums and galleries.
O'kaioceaniaikart contemporary work of established and emerging artists of the Pacific and Oceania.
Pacific Islands Literature - a selective reading guide compiled by Dr Karen Peacock. Last updated 2007.
Pacific Islands Pacific Literature Resources Cornell University
Paul Sharrad (1988). Bibliography of non-indigenous literary writings on the Pacific. Sydney: University of Wollongong.
SPACLALS or South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Language and Literary Studies, is the association for writers, literary scholars and language scholars of the Pacific region, and publishes the SPAN Journal.
Tautai, Contemporary Pacific Arts Trust, has a directory of Pacific artists with information about their work.
Te Puna Web directory Pacific Arts and Literature resources.
Zeroland A web directory of New Zealand Arts and Culture including New Zealand artists.
Project Canterbury The Biographical Directory of Anglican Clergy includes biographical information on clergy and deaconesses of the Anglican Church in New Zealand, Polynesia, and Melanesia, from the visit of Samuel Marsden in 1814 onwards and Anglicanism in Oceania.
Council for World Missions Archives with information on the PacificIsland missions
To find other conferences and proceedings information check the Finding Conferences and Conference Proceedings Library page.
Education Counts, New Zealand Ministry of Education provides online statistical data, quantitative information and research about the education sector including Pasifika education publications.
Pasifika Education Community News and Resources News and information in developments and resources on Pasifika education in Aoteroa New Zealand including Language Curriculum, and other useful Resources for teachers and the community.
Pacific Archive of Digital Data for Learning and Education (PADDLE) a regional online resource of Pacific Island education provided by PRIDE (Pacific Regional Initiatives for the Delivery of basic Education), University of the South Pacific.
Cinematographical Database contains information on films (mainly documentaries) on Oceania (without Australia and New Zealand) that has been collected by Saskia Goëken in pre-WWW and pre-DVD times: 1984-1986, including the University of Hawaii’s “Moving Images of the Pacific Islands” database.
Film Archive New Zealand contains documentaries, short films, newsreels, posters, and photographs from Pacific islands associated with New Zealand administration.
Journal of Pacific History Pacific Filmography Archive
David Rumsey Collection – historic maps of many Pacific Islands
GeoNetwork of the Applied Geoscience Commission, SOPAC geological maps of the Pacific Islands, Australia and New Zealand.
Historical Maps of Oceania. Maps of Oceania available on Pacific-encounters and on ODSAS in the Historical Maps collection are originals from Serge Tcherkezoff's collection. Conditions of use apply.
Matapihi – access digital collections from NZ libraries and archives includes historic maps of Pacific Islands and a large number of historic photographs
Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection University of Texas Libraries has an excellent online collection of current and historical maps of the Pacific Islands.
CocoNET wireless: Pacific Islands news and information Pacific Islands news and information including archive, media directory, telephone directories, policy documents, economic reports and links to other Pacific sites.
Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Auckland.
Center for Pacific and Asian Studies (CPAS) , University of Nijmegen, The Netherlands. CPAS has an undergraduate Pacific Studies programme and a postgraduate research programme. Resources includes the Oceania newsletter, and bibliographical databases.
East-West Center is Center for cooperative research, education, training and dialogue on critical issues of common concern to the Asia Pacific region and the United States. The Pacific Islands Development Program (PIDP) is the forum and arm for research, education and training for the Pacific islands.Lists Pacific Related Organisations
Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Canterbury. The main areas of research of the Centre are the societies and cultures, past and present, of the indigenous peoples of Oceania (including New Zealand).
Micronesian Seminar popularly knownas MicSem, is a private non-profit, non-governmental organization engaged in the public education of the people of the Federated States of Micronesia, the republics of Palau and the Marshall Islands, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Hosts an online collection of historical photographs of Micronesia.
Ministry Of Pacific Island Affairs, New Zealand and publishes a range of the Ministry's publications such as: Statement of Intent 2005-2008, Pacific Vision, Pacific Directions Report and other useful resources and publications.
Pacific Islands Development Program PIDP), East West Center, Hawaii.PIDP focuses on enhancing the quality of life in the Pacific islands.Supports research and dialogue, and produces regular online news reports on the Pacific. Publications of research activities
Pacific Islands Networking lists Pacific-related projects, programs, agencies and contacts.
Pacific Islands Marine Portal: the portal of the Pacific Islands Marine Resources Information System (PIMRIS), and contains news, articles and directories of websites relevant to Pacific fisheries and to the coastal and marine environment of the Pacific.
PIMRIS Repository is a regional e-repository of published and unpublished documents produced by marine and fisheries departments in the Pacific Island Countries.
Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS) is Australia's pre-eminent centre for research and postgraduate training on Asia and the southwest Pacific region. Other Australian Pacific research institutions and resources.
School of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies, University of Otago, delivers programmes about the languages, cultures and societies of Māori, Pacific and Indigenous societies.
University of the South Pacific delivers programmes in Pacific Studies and is a major publisher of Pacific books, and is a research and resource institution for the development of the Pacific Islands. Regional projects includes the Pacific Archive of Digital Data for Learning and Education (PADDLE)
Va'aomanū Pasifika, Victoria University of Wellington, delivers programmes in teaching and research in Pacific knowledge, skills and understandings.Va'aomanū Pasifika comprises two programmes—the Pacific Studies Programme and the Samoan Studies Programme.
Pacific Law Introduction to Researching South Pacific Law