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TRANSFORMATIONS OF A CLASSIC CONCEPT,IN PACIFIC LANGUAGES AND CULTURES. Edited by Matt Tomlinson,and Ty P K wika Tengan,MONOGRAPHS IN. ANTHROPOLOGY SERIES,Published by ANU Press,The Australian National University. Acton ACT 2601 Australia,Email anupress anu edu au. This title is also available online at press anu edu au. National Library of Australia Cataloguing in Publication entry. Title New mana transformations of a classic concept in Pacific. languages and cultures editors Matt,Tomlinson Ty P K wika Tengan.
ISBN 9781760460075 paperback 9781760460082 ebook,Series Monographs in anthropology series. Subjects Language and culture Pacific Area,Languages in contact Pacific Area. Sociolinguistics Pacific Area,Other Creators Contributors. Tomlinson Matt 1970 editor,Tengan Ty P K wika 1975 editor. Dewey Number 306 442096, All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a.
retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical. photocopying or otherwise without the prior permission of the publisher. Cover design and layout by ANU Press, Cover Art Ki i Kupuna Maka by Carl Franklin Ka ail au Pao 2013 Acrylic. graphite and shellac on canvas 74 inches x 56 inches. This edition 2016 ANU Press,List of Figures vii,List of Tables ix. Acknowledgements xi,About the Cover Art xiii,A Note on the Typesetting xv. Introduction Mana Anew 1,Matt Tomlinson and Ty P K wika Tengan. 1 Mana Hawai i An Examination of Political Uses,of the Word Mana in Hawaiian 37.
Noenoe K Silva,2 The Mana of K Indigenous Nationhood Masculinity. and Authority in Hawai i 55,Ty P K wika Tengan,3 Bodies Permeable and Divine Tapu Mana and the. Embodiment of Hegemony in Pre Christian Tonga 77,Andy Mills. 4 Niu Mana Sport Media and the Australian Diaspora 107. Katerina Martina Teaiwa, 5 Mana Power and Pawa in the Pacific and Beyond 131. Alan Rumsey,6 Mana on the Move Why Empirical Anchorage Trumps.
Philosophical Drift 155,Thorgeir Kolshus,7 Press the Button Mama Mana and Christianity. on Makira Solomon Islands 183,8 The State of Mana the Mana of the State 203. Alexander Mawyer,9 Theologies of Mana and Sau in Fiji 237. Matt Tomlinson and Sekove Bigitibau,10 Claiming Pule Manifesting Mana Ordinary Ethics. and Pentecostal Self making in Samoa 257,Jessica Hardin.
11 Mana for a New Age 285,Rachel Morgain, 12 How Mana Left the Pacific and Became a Video Game. Mechanic 309,Alex Golub and Jon Peterson, Afterword Shape Shifting Mana Travels in Space and Time 349. Niko Besnier and Margaret Jolly,Contributors 369,List of Figures. Figure 1 Map of Oceania 2, Figure 2 March of MANA Movement for Aloha No ka ina. Honolulu January 2013 9,Figure 3 MANA The Hawaiian Magazine.
January February 2013 12, Figure 4 Mana The M ori Magazine for Everyone Issue 108. October November 2012 13,Figure 5 Mana card from Becker 1998 16. Figure 6 Label on a container of shredded roast pork. purchased in Honolulu mid 2000s 16,Figure 7 De occupy Honolulu 2012 51. Figure 8 K kolu Aka Mahina by Kalamak loa 62,Figure 9 Ki i Kupuna Maka 66. Figure 10 The high order subgroups of Austronesian 134. Figure 11 Approximate boundaries of the major subgroups. of Austronesian 136,Figure 12 The Trans New Guinea Phylum and other.
language groups in New Guinea and environs 143,Figure 13 Tongo maea 188. Figure 14 Te Mana clothing brand 211,Figure 15 Be a Mana Boy 212. Figure 16 Drinking mana 212,Figure 17 Mana infused communications 213. Figure 18 Mana shopping 214, Figure 19 Choreographing mana Mana Ori Tahiti 2015 215. Figure 20 A pastor from Glory House preaches at a tent. revival in Apia 2012 262,Figure 21 Morning prayers at a clinic 2012 263.
List of Tables,Table 1 Dependent Tongan constructions of emotion. from manava 81, Table 2 Mana words from southeastern Solomons languages. relating to ancestors and inheritance 135, Table 3 Blevins proposed set of etymologies for mana q. words in Malayo Polynesian languages 137, Table 4 Blevins list of mana lookalikes in non Austronesian. languages of the New Guinea area 138,Table 5 Attestations of mana in Mangarevan 206.
Table 6 Use instances of mana in Mangarevan atonga. traditional histories 207, Table 7 Summary of mana s ascriptions from Tables 5 and 6 208. Acknowledgements, Many people have participated in helped with and contributed to. this project in diverse ways over the years Here we would especially. like to acknowledge Aunty Agnes Shea who provided the Welcome to. Country at the New Mana workshop in Canberra in September 2013. Ping Ann Addo Mitiana Arbon Carolyn Brewer Karen Brison James. Flexner Chris Fung Paul Geraghty T vita O Ka ili Ana Kitolelei. the Reverend Latu Latai Okusitino M hina Gwendoline Malogne. Fer Areti Metuamate Carlos Mondrag n Nick Mortimer Michelle. O Toole Andrew Pawley Malcolm Ross Albert J Sch tz Bradd Shore. Ross Smith Marata Tamaira Jack Taylor and Geoffrey White This. volume was developed as part of Matt Tomlinson s Future Fellowship. project FT110100524 with the Australian Research Council Divine. Power in Indigenous Christianity Translation Theology and Pacific. Politics Funding for the New Mana workshop was provided by. three organisations at The Australian National University the Research. School of Asia and the Pacific and the Departments of Anthropology. and Pacific Studies the latter two in the School of Culture History. and Language Subsidies for the publication of this book were granted. by the ANU Publication Subsidy Committee the ANU Pacific Institute. Publications Subsidy and the Department of Anthropology at the. University of Hawai i at M noa We are grateful to all of these people. and organisations for their generous collective mana in bringing the. book together,Matt Tomlinson and Ty P K wika Tengan. November 2015,About the Cover Art, Located within the collections storage facility of the National Museum. of Scotland is a box that contains a relic of Hawaiian antiquity an akua. k ai or god stick The object is anthropomorphic in appearance its. facial characteristics comprising a furrowed brow slanted hollowed. out eyes and a mouth pulled back in a grimace of truculent defiance. In the ancestral past this portable wood sculpture functioned as a. physical manifestation of divine mana and potency it was the. dwelling place of a god But an examination of the figure s lower. torso reveals a sight that mars its otherwise commanding presence. The phallus has been crudely cut away and reduced to a mess of. chaotic striations Its mutilation articulates with a broader historical. context which began around the early nineteenth century wherein. male and female genitalia on ki i k puna carved images of Hawaiian. gods and ancestors were summarily excised by European missionaries. traders and in some cases Hawaiians themselves as Christian values. and beliefs gradually seeped into the bedrock of indigenous society. Carl Franklin Ka ail au Pao the artist whose work Ki i Kupuna Maka. features on the cover of this publication argues that the emasculation. of ki i k puna like the castrated akua k ai in the National Museum. of Scotland was not merely limited to the physical objects but it. also had an adverse effect on the collective mana of the Hawaiian. people In response to what he believes has been a symbolic spiritual. stripping Pao actively seeks to restore Hawaiian mana in part by. recuperating the iconography of the ule and kohe male and female. reproductive organs respectively through his art, In Ki i Kupuna Maka 2013 Pao invokes male and female streams of.
procreative power through his abstract profile portrait of an ancestral. carved image The face of the ki i is depicted in detail with flared. nostrils and more significantly a gaping mouth that contains the. maka or centre of a flower This is represented as a solid orange form. comprising eight nodes the largest symbolising the pistil or female. sex organ of the plant and the smaller ones constituting the stamen. or male sex organ At the centre of the maka is a single sphere the. embryonic seed of the next generation or perhaps as Tengan writes. in chapter two an eye peering out The mouth of the ki i functions. as a sacred protective space safeguarding the maka a metaphor for. the Hawaiian people as it regenerates itself in a perpetual cycle of. growth and renewal In this work Pao uses a visual language informed. by the past and the present to envision and instantiate a new Hawaiian. mana One that is revitalised re sexed and restored to pono balance. A Marata Tamaira,A Note on the Typesetting, In preparing this volume the editors asked contributors to make their. own decisions about whether or not to italicise mana and whether or. not to indicate macrons in Oceanic language terms On italicisation. some authors have preferred not to italicise the term mana indicating. its non marginality within the encompassing English language text. others have preferred to keep the term italicised in order to highlight. its distinction and focus as the subject of analysis Some contributors. such as Besnier and Jolly in their afterword use different typography. when talking about a general concept mana a metalinguistic label. in scholarship mana and the specific word in a specific language. mana On macrons contributors have followed regional conventions. For example those writing about Hawai i include them whereas those. writing about Fiji do not When quoting other published authors. we retain their typography within the quote We also retain macrons. in the names of authors who designate themselves that way. MONOGRAPHS IN ANTHROPOLOGY SERIES NEW MANA TRANSFORMATIONS OF A CLASSIC CONCEPT IN PACIFIC LANGUAGES AND CULTURES Edited by Matt Tomlinson and Ty P K wika Tengan

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