Bridging Mental Boundaries in a Postcolonial Microcosm: Identity and Development in Vanuatu
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296pp. December 1998
Bridging Mental Boundaries in a Postcolonial Microcosm: Identity and Development in Vanuatu
Author: Miles, William F. S.;
The South Pacific archipelago of Vanuatu simultaneously experienced the two major types of colonialism of the modern era (British and French), the only instance in which these colonial powers jointly ruled the same people in the same territory over an ext
"Lively and stimulating" --Oceania 73 (2002)

"A fascinating, well-written and carefully researched book on the shifting nature of identity and boundary construction in post-independence Vanuatu, the former New Hebrides" --Australian Journal

Author: Miles, William F. S.;
William F.S. Miles is professor of political science at Northeastern University.



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