Research Publications for Alice A Te Punga Somerville
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Te Punga Somerville, A. (2017). The great pacific garbage patch as metaphor: The (American) pacific you can't see. In B. R. Roberts, & M. A. Stephens (Eds.), Archipelagic American Studies (pp. 320-340). Duke University Press.
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2017). A sign reads/'Sovereignty': Maori Texts, indigenous sovereignty. In Association for the Study of Australian Literature Annual Conference 2016. Conference held at UNSW Canberra, Australia.
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2017). Where oceans come from. Comparative Literature, 69(1), 25-31. doi:10.1215/00104124-3794579
Te Punga Somerville, A. A. (2017). I do still have a letter: Our sea of archives. In C. Anderson, & J. M. O'Brien (Eds.), Sources and Methods in Indigenous Studies. Routledge.
Te Punga Somerville, A. A. (2016). Largely untapped wealth: Pacific literature before 1900. In The 6th Biennial Conference of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies: Tides of Transformation: Pacific Pasts, Pacific Futures. Conference held at James Cook University, Cairns, Australia.
Te Punga Somerville, A., & Justice, D. H. (2016). Introduction: Indigenous conversations about biography. Biography - An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 39(3), 239-247. doi:10.1353/bio.2016.0034
Te Punga Somerville, A. A. (2016). Te Ao hou: Te pataka. In M. Williams (Ed.), A History of New Zealand Literature (pp. 182-194). Cambridge University Press. doi:10.1017/CBO9781316050873.014
Te Punga Somerville, A. (2016). Indigenous guests: relations, strangers, settlers'. In Australian Studies Research Network Seminar: Who were the settlers? Structure and Variability in Australian Settler Colonialism: A Conversation. Conference held at University of Technology Sydney, Australia.
Te Punga Somerville, A. A. (2016). [Keynote} Hope in a time of genocide: reading connections. In Colonial and Settler Studies Network Conference: Colonial formations: Connections and collisions. Conference held at University of Wollongong, Australia.
Te Punga Somerville, A. A. (2016). Maori writing in place. In I. Horrocks, & C. Lacey (Eds.), Extraordinary Anywhere: Essays on Place from Aotearoa New Zealand. Victoria University Press.