Militarism and Nuclear Testing in Oceania
"This short book offers an overview of militarism and
nuclear testing in the Pacific Islands region. The text aims to
spark critical thinking and discussions of militarism and to
instill a sense of empathy with Pacific Islanders whose lives
have been inextricably intertwined with militarism’s histories, legacies, lived realities, and uncertain futures. Perspectives from Pacific studies, history, anthropology, and political science—as well as cultural expertise in the Marshall Islands, French Polynesia, Hawai‘i, and Palau—offer a comparative, theoretically informed, transdisciplinary, and collaborative viewpoint and approach.
Genz, Joseph H, Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua, Monica C LaBriola, Alexander Mawyer, Elicita N Morei, and John P Rosa.
2016. Militarism and Nuclear Testing. Volume 1 of Teaching Oceania Series, edited by Monica LaBriola. Honolulu: Center for Pacific Islands Studies, University of Hawai‘i–Mānoa.