Institut für Ethnologie und Ethnologische Sammlung

Publikationen von Dr. Wolfgang Kempf

Aktuelle Publikation:

2017:

  • (mit Elfriede Hermann): Climate Change and the Imagining of Migration. Emerging Discourses on Kiribati's Land Purchase in Fiji. In: The Contemporary Pacific 29 (2), S. 231-263.




a) Monographien

2011:

  • Translocal Entwinements: Toward a History of Rabi as a Plantation Island in Colonial Fiji. Göttingen : GOEDOC, Dokumenten- und Publikationsserver der Georg-August-Universität, Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek
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1996:

  • Das Innere des Äußeren: Ritual, Macht und Historische Praxis bei den Ngaing in Papua Neuguinea. Berlin: Reimer Verlag.



b) Aufsätze in Fachzeitschriften

2015:

  • Representation as Disaster: Mapping Islands, Climate Change, and Displacement in Oceania. Pacific Studies 38 (1-2): 200-228.



2012:

  • A Promised Land in the Diaspora: Christian Religion, Social Memory,
    and Identity among Banabans in Fiji. Pacific Studies, Vol. 35, No.1/2: 90-118.

  • Climate, History, and Culture: The Power of Change. Reviews in
    Anthropology, 41 (4): 217-238.



2010:

  • Klimawandel in Ozeanien. Eine Einführung. Pazifik-Dossier 9:4-12.
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2007:

  • (mit Anne DiPiazza and Erik Pearthree): Mapping Oceania Past and Present: Movements, Geographies, Identities. Journal de la Société des Océanistes 125: 209-212.



2005:

  • (mit Elfriede Hermann): Introduction to Relations in Multicultural Fiji: The Dynamics of Articulations, Transformations and Positionings. In Elfriede Hermann and Wolfgang Kempf (guest eds): Relations in Multicultural Fiji: Transformations, Positionings and Articulations. Oceania 75 (4): 309-324.
  • (mit Elfriede Hermann): Reconfigurations of Place and Ethnicity: Positionings, Performances, and Politics of Relocated Banabans in Fiji. In Elfriede Hermann and Wolfgang Kempf (guest eds): Relations in Multicultural Fiji: Transformations, Positionings and Articulations. Oceania 75 (4): 368-386.



2003:

  • "Songs Cannot Die": Ritual Composing and the Politics of Emplacement among the Resettled Banabans on Rabi Island in Fiji. The Journal of the Polynesian Society 112 (1):33-64.



2002:

  • The Politics of Incorporation: Masculinity, Spatiality and Modernity among the Ngaing of Papua New Guinea. Oceania 73(1): 56 77.



c) Beiträge in Sammelbänden

2017

  • Climate Change, Christian Religion and Songs. Revisiting the Noah Story in the Central Pacific. In: Eveline Dürr und Arno Pascht (eds): Environmental Transformations and Cultural Responses. Ontologies, Discourses, and Practices in Oceania. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 19-48.



2014

  • Hermann, Elfriede; Kempf, Wolfgang; van Meijl, Toon (eds.) (2014): Belonging in Oceania. Movement, Place-Making and Multiple Identifications. New York: Berghahn Books (Pacific Persepctives: Studies of the European Society for Oceanists, Volume 3).
  • Kempf, Wolfgang; van Meijl, Toon; Hermann, Elfriede (2014): Introduction. Movement, Place-Making and Cultural Identification. Multiplicities of Belonging. In: Elfriede Hermann, Wolfgang Kempf and Toon van Meijl (Hg.): Belonging in Oceania. Movement, Place-Making and Multiple Identifications. New York: Berghahn Books (Pacific Persepctives: Studies of the European Society for Oceanists, Volume 3), pp. 1-24.
  • Kempf, Wolfgang; Hermann, Elfriede (2014): Epilogue. Uncertain Futures of Belonging. Consequences of Climate Change and Sea Level Rise in Oceania. In: Elfriede Hermann, Wolfgang Kempf and Toon van Meijl (eds.): Belonging in Oceania. Movement, Place-Making and Multiple Identifications. New York: Berghahn Books (Pacific Persepctives: Studies of the European Society for Oceanists, Volume 3), pp. 189-213.
  • The Rainbow's Power: Climate Change, Sea level Rise, and Reconfigurations of the Noah Story in Oceania. In: Ropate Qalo (ed) Pacific Voices: Local Governments and Climate Change, pp 68-84. Suva, Fiji: USP Press.


2013:

  • Repräsentation als Desaster. Mediale Diskurse über Inseln, Klimawandel und Displatzierung in Ozeanien. In: Margit Wolfsberger und Katharina Hobiger (Hg.): Klimawandel im Pazifik. Münster: LIT Verlag, S. 23-47.


2012:


  • Climate change, migration, and Christianity in Oceania. In: Kirsten Hastrup and Karen Fog Olwig (eds) Climate Change and Human Mobility: Global Challenges to the Social Sciences, pp. 235-257. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.



2011:


  • Social Mimesis, Commemoration, and Ethnic Performance: Fiji Banaban Representations of the Past. In: E. Hermann (ed) Changing Contexts - Shifting Meanings: Transformations of Cultural Traditions in Oceania , pp. 174-191. Honolulu : University of Hawaii Press.

  • The First South Pacific Festival of Arts Revisited: Producing Authenticity and the Banaban Case. In Barbara Glowczewski and Rosita Henry (eds) The Challenge of Indigenous Peoples: Spectacle or Politics?, pp. 177-186. Oxford: The Bardwell Press.



2009:

  • A Sea of Environmental Refugees? Oceania in an Age of Climate Change. In Elfriede Hermann, Karin Klenke und Michael Dickhardt (Hg) Form, Macht Differenz: Motive und Felder ethnologischen Forschens, pp. 191-205. Göttingen: Universitätsverlag Göttingen.
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2008:

  • Reclaiming Male Power: Myth, Morality, and Modernity in a Papua New Guinean Society. In S. Dunis (ed) Sexual Snakes, Winged Maidens and Sky Gods. Myth in the Pacific. An Essay in Cultural Transparency, pp. 225-238. Nouméa and Pape'ete: Le Rocher-à-la-Voile and Haere Po. Link zur E-Publikation: http://www.haerepo.com
  • Neuguinea: Lokale Kulturen – Globale Einbindungen. In I. De Castro, K. Lembke und U. Menter (Hg.) Paradiese der Südsee. Mythos und Wirklichkeit, pp. 69-79. Hildesheim und Mainz: Roemer- und Pelizaeus Museum GmbH Hildesheim und Verlag Philipp von Zabern.
  • Mobility, Modernisation and Agency: The Life Story of John Kikang from Papua New Guinea. In Brij V. Lal and Vicki Luker (eds): Telling Pacific Lives: Prisms of Process, pp. 51-67. Canberra: ANU E Press. E-Publikation "Telling Pacific Lives":
    http://epress.anu.edu.au/tpl/pdf_instructions.html



2007:

  • Le premier festival des Arts du Pacifique Sud revisité: Fabriquer de l'authenticité et le cas des Banabans. In Barbara Glowczewski et Rosita Henry (eds): Le défi indigène: Entre spectacle et politique, pp. 221-233. Courbevoie/Paris: Editions Aux Lieux d'Etre.



2005:

  • 2005 - (and T. Teai) Banaban Routes and Roots A Dialogue. In J. Shennan and M. Corrie Tekenimatang (eds): One and a Half Pacific Islands: Stories the Banaban People Tell of Themselves, pp. 124 127. Wellington: Victoria University Press.



2004:

  • The Drama of Death as Narrative of Survival: Dance Theatre, Travelling and Thirdspace among the Banabans of Fiji. In Toon Van Meijl and Jelle Miedema (eds): Shifting Images of Identity in the Pacific, pp. 159-189. Leiden: KITLV Press.



2003:

  • (and Hermann, Elfriede)Dreamscapes. Transcending the Local in Initiation Rites among the Ngaing of Papua New Guinea. In: Roger I. Lohmann (ed.): Dream Travelers: Sleep Experiences and Culture in the Western Pacific. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 60-85.



  • Räumliche Überlagerungen: Die kulturelle Konstruktion der Insel Rabi als neues Heimatland der diasporischen Banabans in Fiji. In B. Hauser Schäublin und M. Dickhardt (Hg): Kulturelle Räume - räumliche Kultur. Zur Neubestimmung des Verhältnisses zweier fundamentaler Kategorien menschlicher Praxis, pp. 133-170. Hamburg: LIT Verlag.