• Decolonising Climate Change: A Call for Beyond-Human Imaginaries and Knowledge Generation

      Chao, S; Enari, D
      This article calls for transdisciplinary, experimental, and decolonial imaginations of climate change and Pacific futures in an age of great planetary undoing. Drawing from our personal and academic knowledge of the Pacific ...
    • DUA TANI: (Re)evolving Identities of Pacific Islanders

      Enari, D; Lemusuifeauaali'i, E
      Colonization, modernity and migration have impacted indigenous peoples globally. Of particular interest, is how identity formation of indigenous peoples are affected through these events. This article explores the life ...
    • I Have Cultural Pride in a Western Space: University Cultural Clubs

      Enari, D (School of Human Services and Social Work, Griffith University, 2021)
      Tertiary institutions perpetuate colonial legacies, teaching Eurocentric curriculums and using English as the language of instruction with little regard for non-European pedagogy. Many students from non-Western backgrounds ...
    • Indigenous Language Sustainability During COVID-19

      Enari, D (University of Hawaii at Manoa / University of Calgary, 2021)
      This paper gives insights into the ways an Indigenous group has continued to teach and learn their language(s) during the COVID-19 pandemic. As an insider researcher from this community, I draw upon observations and dialogue ...
    • A Māori and Pasifika Label—An Old History, New Context

      Enari, D; Haua, I
      The term ‘Māori and Pasifika’ is widely used in Aotearoa, New Zealand to both unite and distinguish these peoples and cultures. As a collective noun of separate peoples, Māori and Pasifika are used to acknowledge the common ...
    • Pasifika Collective Well-Being During the COVID-19 Crisis: Samoans and Tongans in Brisbane

      Enari, D; Faleolo, R (University of Calgary, 2020)
      This paper gives insights into the collective ways that Samoans and Tongans living in Brisbane have responded to the changes and uncertainties of the COVID-19 era. As Samoan and Tongan insider researchers, we present ...
    • Re-imagining the Dialogic Spaces of Talanoa Through Samoan Ontoepistemology

      Matapo, J; Enari, D (Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, Division of Education, University of Waikato, 2021)
      This article proposes a Samoan Indigenous philosophical position to reconceptualise the dialogic spaces of talanoa; particularly how talanoa is applied methodologically to research practice. Talanoa within New Zealand ...