This week in our conversation with a Framing the Global Fellow, we take up the concept of â€œframingâ€ itself. Katerina Teaiwa is Pacific Studies Co-Convener and President of the Australian Association for Pacific Studies in the School of Culture, History and Language, College of Asia and the Pacific at Australian National University. In her Framing project, Indigenous Peoples and the Global Remix, Teaiwa is exploring the way Oceania is framed in global discourse. Sheâ€™s also thinking through how the region can be imagined as a highway of sorts, instead of barrier. She spoke with Rosemary Pennington about how she uses framing to enter the global.
|Place of Publication||Bloomington, United States|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|