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    • Between Loyalty and Disobedience: The Limits of Spanish Domination in the Seventeenth Century Pacific 

      Mawson, Stephanie Joy (University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry Department of History, 2014)
      This thesis retells the history of the Spanish project of empire in the Pacific in the seventeenth century from the perspective of the agents of empire – principally Spanish and indigenous soldiers responsible for consolidating ...
    • Digital encounters with Pacific Island Radio and Television Archives 

      Moyle, Richard (Open Conference Systems, University of Sydney, Faculty of Arts, 2004)
      Although the Archive of Maori and Pacific Music is located within the University of Auckland and is used by staff and students, the last decade has seen a steady increase in the proportion of non-university users to the ...
    • Exquisite, apart: remoteness and/as resistance. 

      Walker, Charles; Tiatia, Angela; Antonczak, Laurent; Eimke, Andrea; Watkins, Clinton (ISEA International Australian Network for Art & Technology University of Sydney, 2013)
      It has become routine to characterise digital art as indicative of an assumed universal shift from ‘traditional’ practic-es towards novel forms of cultural pro-duction, interaction and consumption. Frequently, running ...