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The Australian Journal of Anthropology

 | Published on 9/24/2020

The latest issue of The Australian Journal of Anthropology - Volume 31, Issue 2- is now available online.

This Special Issue Positioning Culture within Pacific Christianities was edited by Fraser Macdonald and Christiane Falck

INTRODUCTION

Positioning Culture within Pacific Christianities

Fraser Macdonald, Christiane Falck

Pages: 123-138 | First Published: 07 September 2020

ARTICLES

The perils of ‘yo‐yo’ thinking: Positioning culture in Pentecostal healing

Richard Eves

Pages: 139-151 | First Published: 23 September 2020


Charismatic Catholic Renewal in Bougainville: Revisiting the power of Marian devotion as a cultural and socio‐political force

Anna‐Karina Hermkens

Pages: 152-169 | First Published: 23 September 2020


‘You have to call the right name' – Operation Joshua meets Cosmology and Catholicism at Lake Chambri in Papua New Guinea

Christiane Falck

Pages: 170-186 | First Published: 23 September 2020


How to make fire: Resonant rupture within Melanesian charismatic revivalism

Fraser Macdonald

Pages: 187-202 | First Published: 23 September 2020


Beyond rupture: Christian culture in the Pacific

Debra McDougall

Pages: 203-209 | First Published: 23 September 2020


Materiality and Global Spiritual Networks: Old and new sacred places and objects

Cristina Rocha

Pages: 210-223 | First Published: 12 August 2020


The cosmopolitics of flow and healing in north‐central Timor‐Leste

Lisa Palmer

Pages: 224-239 | First Published: 12 August 2020


Education, gender, and generational change: The transformation of dowry in village Nepal

Sascha Fuller

Pages: 240-256 | First Published: 12 August 2020


‘Not anymore, not yet’: Australian–Hungarians rediscover the ‘old‐new’ Hungary

Andits Petra

Pages: 257-269 | First Published: 07 September 2020