Research Publications for Jessica L Pasisi

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  • Greensill, H., Dean, M. V. F., Monise, M., Taito, M., Bennett, J., & Pasisi, J. (2021). Tupuna wahine, saina tupuna vaine, matua fifine, ma'piag hani: Grandmothers in the archive. In New Zealand History Association Conference 2021.

  • Pasisi, J. (2020). Eurocentric view of climate change failing to recognise impact in Pacific - researcher. In Radio New Zealand: Dateline Pacific. Retrieved from

  • Pasisi, J. (2020). Kitiaga mo fakamahani e hikihikiaga matagi he tau fifine Niue: tau pūhala he tau hiapo: Niue women’s perspectives and experiences of climate change: A hiapo approach. (PhD Thesis, The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand). Retrieved from

  • Pasisi, J. (2019). (Opinion) Nature in culture II: The power of meeting. Sydney Environment Institute, The University of Sydney. Retrieved from

  • Pasisi, J. (2019). Tau Fifine Moe ke he Hikihikiaga Matagi: Niue women and climate change. In Native American and Indigenous Studies Association Conference (NAISA). Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Pasisi, J. (2019). Resisting colonial ideologies - Niuean Women’s perspectives on and experiences of climate change. In The Re-(E)mergence of Nature in Culture II. University of Sydney, Australia.

  • Pasisi, J. (2019). Researcher to put spotlight on health and well-being on Niueans. In Radio New Zealand: Pacific/Niue. Retrieved from

  • Pasisi, J. (2019). Cultural resilience and climate change: Everyday lives in Niue. In K. -K. Bhavnani, J. Foran, P. A. Kurian, & D. Munshi (Eds.), Climate Futures Re-Imagining Global Climate Justice (pp. 168-174). Zed Books.

  • Pasisi, J. (2019). Waikato community owning Niuean identity. In Pacific Media Network: Pacific Breakfast. Retrieved from

  • Pasisi, J., Cockburn-Wootten, C., & McIntosh, A. (2016). Displacement and community resilience in the South Pacific. In Critical Tourism Studies North America Conference 2016. Huntsville, Ontario, Canada.

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