Table of contents for Law and empire in the Pacific : Fiji and HawaiŠi / edited by Sally Engle Merry and Donald Brenneis ; [contributors, Donald Brenneis ... et al.].

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List of Figures and Tables 000
Acknowledgments 000
1. Introduction 000
Sally Engle Merry and Donald Brenneis
2. A Chief Does Not Rule Land; He Rules People (Luganda Proverb) 000
Jane F. Collier
3. Gordon Was No Amateur: Imperial Legal Strategies in the Colonization of Fiji 000
John D. Kelly
4. Talking Back to Law and Empire: Hula in Hawaiian-Language Literature in 1861 000
Noenoe K. Silva
5. Law and Identity in an American Colony 000
Sally Engle Merry
6. Promised Lands: From Colonial Lawgiving to Postcolonial Takeovers in Fiji 000
Martha Kaplan
7. Law as Object 000
Annelise Riles
8. Kü'ë and Kü`oko`a: History, Law, and Other Faiths 000
Jon Kamakawiwo`ole Osorio
9. Delegating Closure 000
Hirokazu Miyazaki
10. Heartbreak Islands: Reflections on Fiji in Transition
	Brij V. Lal
References 000
Index 000
Figures and Tables
2.1. An imaginary conical clan.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Chiefdoms Hawaii History, Chiefdoms Fiji History, Hawaiians Government relations, Fijians Government relations, Hawaiians Legal status, laws, etc, Fijians Legal status, laws, etc, Law Hawaii History, Law Fiji History, Hawaii Colonial influence, Fiji Colonial influence, Hawaii Race relations, Fiji Race relations, Great Britain Colonies Oceania, United States Territories and possessions