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Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island To Pitcairn and Beyond Abstract  PDF
A. Asbjørn Jøn, Philip Ward, J. S. Ryan
 
Vol 28 (2013): Regional outreaches and reflections Post-Colonialism and the Reinterpretation of New Zealand’s Colonial Narrative: The Wairua Massacre Abstract  PDF
Andrew K. S. Piper
 
Vol 22 (2007): Presented to Hugh Anderson and his wife, Dawn, in his eightieth year The Road and the Taniwha Abstract
A. Asbjørn Jøn
 
Vol 27 (2012): The Outreach of Australian Folkloric Writings New Zealand Colonial Propaganda: The Use of Cannibalism, Enslavement, Genocide and Myth to Legitimise Colonial Conquest Abstract  PDF
Andrew K. S. Piper
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Post-Colonialism and the Reinterpretation of New Zealand’s Colonial Narrative: Heke’s War Abstract  PDF
Andrew K. S. Piper
 
Vol 29 (2014): Our Celtic Identity The whale road: Transitioning from spiritual links, to whaling, to whale watching in Aotearoa New Zealand Abstract  PDF
A. Asbjørn Jøn
 
Vol 30 (2015): Outreach to surrounding countries and the commemorating of centennials Southern Shark Lore Forty Years after Jaws: The Positioning of Sharks Within Murihiku, New Zealand Abstract  PDF
A. Asbjørn Jøn, Raj S. Aich
 
Vol 31 (2016): Marking the passing of Brian Dunnett, and dealing with matters of Pitcairn Island Expansion of the Editorial Team for Australian Folklore and more formally (re-) introducing Allan Asbjørn Jøn (now based in New Zealand) Abstract  PDF
J. S. Ryan
 
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