Research Publications for Thomas F (Tom) Ryan
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Ryan, T. F. (2017). Hiapo: A Genealogy of Barkcloth on Niue. In Tapa: de 'l'Encorce a l'Etoffe, Art Millenaire de l'Oceanie: From Tree Bark to Cloth: An Ancient Art of Oceania. (pp. 236-245). Paris, France: Somogy Editions d'Art.
Ryan, T. (2017). Ngā Haki: Flags and flagpoles as symbols of mana Māori. In 11th Conference of the European Society for Oceanists (ESFO). Conference held in Munich, Germany.
Ryan, T. (2017). How the Tiki torch was co-opted by white supremacists'. Retrieved from https://www.trtworld.com/
Ryan, T. F. (2017). Coveting and despising: 'South of Asia' versus 'Many Islands': Australia and New Zealands' contrasting cultures of colonisalism. In S. A. Wardi, J. -M. Regnault, & J. -F. Sabouret (Eds.), L'océanie convoitée: Actes des colloques (French Edition) (pp. 26-27). 'Api Tahiti, Papeete.
Ryan, T. (2016). Island that stands alone: Sociocultural transformation on Niue. In B. Rigo (Ed.), Proceedings of the First Pacific Islands Universities Research Network Conference (PIURN): Appartenance vs Propriété/ Belonging vs Property (pp. 207-210). Conference held at University of New Caledonia, Noumea: Université de la Nouvelle-Calédonie.
Ryan, T. (2016). Manners and customs of the first ‘Australians’: The fantastic anthropology of Gabriel de Foigny, 1676. In CREDO Centre de Recherche et de Documentation sur l’Océanie, Université de Provence, Marseille.
Ryan, T. (2016). Nationhood or difference? The many flags of Aotearoa New Zealand. In Australian Anthropology Society (AAS): Anthropocene Transitions. Conference held at University of Sydney, Australia.
Ryan, T., & Marshall, C. (2015). Blog: Councils need academics to protect academic freedom. Retrieved from http://teu.ac.nz/2015/02/councils-academics-academic/
Ryan, T. (2015). Maori Anthropologists before the Birth of Indigenous Anthropology. In 40th Annual Conference of the ASAANZ Association of Social Anthropologists: 40 Years On: Does Anthropology Really Need a Theme?. Conference held at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand.
Ryan, T. (2015). [Review of Niue 1774-1974: 200 Years of Contact and Change by Margaret Pointer]. Journal of Pacific History, 50(3), 371-372. doi:10.1080/00223344.2015.1052347