Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

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Kia ora; Fakalofa lahi atu; Halo olgeta; Malo e lelei; Ni sa bula; Salaam alaykum; Kaise;Aloha; Kia orana; Kam na mauri; Talofa lava; Kaselehlia; Yokwe; Nǐ hǎo yuèyǔ; Hafadai; Greetings.

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Emily Laing

Cheaper power options for Pacific nations studied

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Steven Ratuva

Dr Steven Ratuva to head Macmillan Brown Centre

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Emily Laing

Ioane appointed UC Pacific Artist in Residence

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News and Events

2016 Pacific Artist in Residence

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The Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies is pleased to announce the appointment of Ioane Ioane as Pacific Artist in Residence for 2016. A contemporary, modernist Pacific artist, Ioane will be coming to UC after representing New Zealand at the 12th South Pacific Arts Festival in Guam this month (May) where he will be making a presentation at his solo exhibition at the Guam Museum.

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2016 Courses in Pacific Studies

For all PACS courses enquiries, please contact Patricia Ydgren, phone: +64 3 364 2977, fax: +64 364 2977, email: patricia.ydgren@canterbury.ac.nz

Scholarships

The Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies is pleased to announce the establishment of Marsden-funded to support Master’s thesis students who are undertaking research related to regional security in the Pacific in 2015. Potential applicants should read the terms and regulations for these awards on the Scholarships page of our web site.