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Author Close-Barry, Kirstie, author.

Title A mission divided : colonialism, race and culture in Fiji's Methodist Mission / Kirstie Close-Barry.

Publication Info. Acton, A.C.T. ANU Press, 2015.


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Contents 1. Foundations for an Indo-Fijian Methodist Church in Fiji -- A National Church Built in 'Primitive' Culture: Communalism, Chiefs and Coins -- Theories of Culture: Responding to Emergent Nationalisms -- Indigenous Agrarian Commerce: Yeoman Claims to Soil -- Leadership with Limitations: Constrained Leadership for Indo‑Fijian and Fijian Methodists in the 1930s -- Colonialism and Culture Throughout the Pacific War -- Defining the Path to Independence -- Devolution in a Divided Mission -- Disunity: Failed Efforts at Integration.
Subject Methodist Church of Australasia. Department of Overseas Missions.
Methodist Mission (Fiji) -- History.
Methodist Church -- Missions -- Fiji.
Religion and politics -- Fiji -- History.
Christianity and culture -- Fiji -- History.
Missions -- Political aspects -- Fiji -- History.
Fiji -- Politics and government -- 19th century.
SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural.
ISBN 9781925022865 (electronic bk.)
1925022862 (electronic bk.)
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