Wed, 29 Jun|
Pacific Online Learning & Teaching Network June 2022 Webinar
Invites you to a webinar with Dr Tarisi Vunidilo on 'Community Engagement and Teaching Fijian Culture & Protocols Online: The Beauty of Technology'
Time & Location
29 Jun 2022, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm NZST
About the event
The Pacific Online Learning & Teaching Network invites you to a webinar with Dr Tarisi Vunidilo on 'Community Engagement and Teaching Fijian Culture & Protocols Online: The Beauty of Technology'
Join the webinar on Wednesday 29th June 2022 1pm - 2pm (NZST/FJST)/ 11am - 12pm (AEST) and from Hawaii: Tuesday 28th June 3pm - 4pm using the following Zoom Link:
Meeting ID: 956 7314 9779
Tarisi Vunidilo has a MSc in Anthropology and a Postgraduate Diploma in Maori and Pacific Development, from the University of Waikato, a Postgraduate Diploma in Arts, majoring in Archaeology, Australian National University, and a BA in Geography, History and Sociology, University of South Pacific. She completed her Phd in Pacific Studies on the topic of “iYau Vakaviti-Fijian Treasures, Cultural Rights and Repatriation of Cultural Materials from International Museums”, from the University of Auckland.
She is currently volunteering as Secretary-General for the Pacific Islands Museums Association (PIMA) and works between her office in Port Vila, Vanuatu and Hilo, Hawaii. Having held academic roles at the University of Auckland in 2018 Tarisi took onher current role as Assistant Professor in Anthropology at the University of Hawaii-Hilo. She calso holds a Post Doc position with the University of Gottingen in Germany as part of the Sensitive Provenances-Human Remains from Colonial Contexts (2021-2024).
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