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Person, space and memory in the contemporary Pacific
Bib ID 5515362
Format JournalJournal [text, volume]
Description New York ; Oxford : Berghahn Books, 2007- 
volumes : illustrations ; 24 cm 
Notes

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Each issue has a distinctive title.

Life Dates Volume 1- 
Frequency Irregular 
Subjects Cognition and culture - Pacific area - Periodicals.  |  Human geography - Pacific area - Periodicals.

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    Call Number: S 153.099 PER
    Status: Available
    Note: INDIVIDUAL TITLES IN THIS SERIES ALSO HAVE SEPARATE CATALOGUE RECORDS
    Recent Items/issues Held: vol. 4
    Items/Issues Held: vol. 1-3
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    S 153.099 PER Main Reading Room (O/S Serials) - Most pre 2005 held offsite
    INDIVIDUAL TITLES IN THIS SERIES ALSO HAVE SEPARATE CATALOGUE RECORDS

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