Corned Beef And Tapioca: A Report On The Food Distribution Systems In Tonga

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  • Title: Corned Beef And Tapioca: A Report On The Food Distribution Systems In Tonga
  • Author: Epeli Hauʻofa
  • ISBN: 9780909150860
  • Page: 278
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  • Epeli Hauʻofa

    Hau ofa was born of Tongan missionary parents working in Papua New Guinea At his death, he was a citizen of Fiji, living in Suva He attended school in Papua New Guinea, Tonga, and Fiji Lelean Memorial School , and later attended the University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales McGill University, Montreal and the Australian National University, Canberra, where he gained a Ph.D in social anthropology Hau ofa published in 1981 with the title Mekeo inequality and ambivalence in a village society Hau ofa taught briefly at the University of Papua New Guinea, and was a research fellow at the University of the South Pacific USP in Suva, Fiji From 1978 to 1981 he was the Deputy Private Secretary to His Majesty King T ufa hau Tupou IV The King of Tonga , while serving as the keeper of palace records During his time in Tonga, Hau ofa co produced the literary magazine Faikara with his wife Barbara In early 1981 he re joined USP as the first director of the newly created Rural Development Centre based in Tonga.Hau ofa subsequently taught sociology at USP and in 1983 became the Head of the Department of Sociology at the main campus in Suva In 1997, Hau ofa became the founder and director of the Oceania Centre for Arts and Culture OCAC at USP in Suva.As the author of Mekeo Inequality and ambivalence in a village society and Tales of the Tikongs, Hau ofa dealt with indigenous responses to the changes occurring and those that have already occurred by modernization and development Kisses in the Nederends, a novel and, recently, We Are the Ocean Selected Works, include fiction, poetry and essays Tales of the Tikongs was translated into Danish in 2002 by John Allan Pedersen as Stillehavsfort llinger, ISBN 87 7514 076 4 Epeli Hau ofa died at the Suva Private Hospital in Suva, Fiji 11 January 2009 at the age of 70 He was survived by his wife, Barbara, and son, Epeli Si i A funeral service was held at the University of the South Pacific campus in Suva, 15 January 2009 He was buried at his farm in Lami, Fiji.

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