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Archival repositories

England

House of Commons, Parliamentary Papers

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Colonial Office

Fiji

National Archives of Fiji

India

National Archives of India (NAI)

Emigration Proceedings

Home Legislative Department (Emigration)

Cases and legislation

Agricultural, Landlord and Tenant Act [Cap 270], ed. 1978, available from: www.paclii.org/fj/legis/consol_act_OK/alata308/ (accessed 5 June 2019).

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Native Land Trust Act, [Cap 134], available from: www.paclii.org/fj/legis/consol_act_OK/nlta206/ (accessed 5 June 2019).

Promotion of Reconciliation, Tolerance and Unity Bill 2005, available from: www.fijibure.com/recon.htm (accessed 4 May 2018).

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Republic of Fiji and AG vs Chandrika Prasad 2000, High Court Action No. HBC0217.00L, Lautoka.

Republic of Fiji and AG vs Chandrika Prasad 2000, The Court of Appeal, Fiji Islands on Appeal From the High Court of Fiji Islands Civil Appeal No. ABU0078/2000S. High Court Civil Action No. 217/2000.

Books, chapters, newspaper and journal articles

Aiono, Fanaafi Le Tagaloa and Ron Crocombe (eds), Culture and Democracy in the South Pacific (Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies of the University of the South Pacific, 1992).

Ali, Ahmed, ‘Remembering’, in Bittersweet: The Indo-Fijian Experience, ed. Brij V. Lal (Canberra: Pandanus Books, 2004), 71–87.

——, ‘Resisting girmit’, in Girmitiya: Souvenir Magazine of the National Farmers Union (Suva, 2004), 64–69.

——, ‘The Fiji General Election of 1972’, The Journal of Pacific History 8 (1973): 171–80, doi.org/10.1080/00223347308572230.

——, A Society in Transition: Aspects of Fiji Indian History, 1879–1937 (Suva: School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific, 1976).

——, Fiji and the Franchise: A History of Political Representation, 1900–1937 (iUniverse, 2007).

——, Fiji: From Colony to Independence, 1874–1970 (Suva: School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific, 1977).

——, Girmit: The Indenture Experience in Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 1979).

Amnesty International, Fiji’s Draft Constitution Falls Short on Human Rights Standards, 25 April 2013.

Andrews C.F. and W.W. Pearson, Indian Indentured Labour in Fiji (Perth: Privately published, 1918).

Anthony, James, ‘The 1968 Fiji By-Elections’, The Journal of Pacific History 4(1) (1969): 135–38, doi.org/10.1080/00223346908572151.

Bainimarama, J.V., ‘A Response to the Fiji Human Rights Commission Director’s Report on the assumption of executive authority by Commodore J.V. Bainimarama, Commander of the Republic of Fiji Military Forces’, n.d. but c. mid to late January 2007.

Bainimarama, Voreqe, ‘Address by the Interim Prime Minister Commodore Voreqe Bainimarama’, 12 April 2007, on the Republic of Fiji Military Forces website, 31 May 2007.

Baledrokadroka, Jone, ‘Sacred king and warrior chief: The role of the military in Fiji politics’, PhD thesis (Canberra: The Australian National University, 2013).

Belshaw, C.S., Under the Ivi Tree: Society and Economic Growth in Rural Fiji (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1964).

Bhana, Surendra (ed.), Essays on Indentured Indians in Natal (Leeds: Peepal Tree Press, 1990).

Bhana, Surendra and Joy Brain, Setting Down Roots: Indian Migrants in South Africa, 1860–1911 (Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, 1989).

Bhana, Surendra, Indentured Indian Emigrants to Natal, 1860–1902: A Study Based on Ships’ Lists (New Delhi: Promilla & Co., 1991).

Birbalsingh, Frank (ed.), Indo-Caribbean Resistance (Toronto: Tsar, 1993).

Bisnauth, Dale, ‘The East Indian immigrant society in British Guiana, 1890–1930’, PhD thesis (Mona, Jamaica: University of the West Indies, 1977).

Bissoondoyal, Uttama and SBC Servansing (eds), Indian Labour Immigration (Moka, Mauritius: Mahatma Gandhi Institute, 1986).

‘Blueprint for Affirmative Action for Fijian Education’, presented to the GCC by Laisenia Qarase, 3 July 2000.

‘Blueprint for the Protection of Fijian and Rotuman Rights and Interests, and the Advancement of their Development’, presented to the Great Council of Chiefs by Laisenia Qarase, 3 July 2000.

Brereton, Bridget, A History of Modern Trinidad, 1783–1962 (Portsmouth: Heinemann, 1989).

Brownrigg, F.W., Sultanpur Settlement Report (Allahabad: Government Printer, 1898).

Burns, Alan, Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Natural Resources and Population Trends of the Colony of Fiji (Suva: Legislative Council Paper 1/1960).

Burns, Sir Alan et al., Report of the Commission of Enquiry into the Natural Resources and Population Trends of the Colony of Fiji (Suva: Government of Fiji Legislative Council Paper 8 of 1961).

Burton, J.W., Fiji of Today (London: Charles H Kelly, 1910).

——, The Call of the Pacific (London: Charles H Kelly, 1912).

Butler, David, ‘Instant history’, The New Zealand Journal of History 2(2) (1968): 107–14.

Butterfield, Herbert, History and Human Relations (London: Collins, 1951).

Carr, E.H., What is History? (London: Penguin Books, 1964 [1961]).

Carter, Marina, Lakshmi’s Legacy: The Testimonies of Indian Women in 19th Century Mauritius (Stanley-Rose Hill: Edition l’Ocean Indien, 1994).

——, Voices from Indenture: Experiences of Indian Migrants in the British Empire (Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1996).

Census of India (1921), available from: archive.org/details/cu31924014522746 (accessed 11 May 2018).

Chakravarti, N.R., The Indian Minority in Burma: The Rise and Decline of an Immigrant Community (London: Oxford University Press, 1971).

Chand, Satish, ‘Poverty and redistributive politics in post-independence Fiji: 50/50 by 2020’, manuscript in my possession, courtesy of the author.

Chapman, J.K., The Career of Sir Arthur Hamilton Gordon: First Lord Stanmore, 1829–1912 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1964), doi.org/10.3138/9781442652699.

Chetty, Kishor and Satendra Prasad, Fiji’s Emigration: An Examination of Contemporary Trends and Issues (Suva: School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific, 1993).

Chief Justice to President of Fiji Law Society, 14 June 2000. High Court file CJ/WF/9.

Citizen’s Constitutional Forum, Towards a Sustainable Constitutional Democracy, 4 December 2006, available from: www.ccf.org.fj (accessed 6 April 2018).

Cole, Anthony, ‘Accidental deaths’, in Lal, Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey of Indenture through Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 2000; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 324–36, doi.org/10.22459/CJ.12.2012.

Comins, D.W.D., Note on Emigration from the East Indies to British Guiana (Calcutta: Government Printer, 1893).

——, Note on Emigration from the East Indies to St Lucia (Calcutta: Government Printer, 1893).

Commonwealth Secretariat, An Analysis of the Draft 2013 Constitution of Fiji within the Framework of Fundamental Commonwealth Values (London: Commonwealth Secretariat, April 2012).

Constitution Commission [of Fiji], A Guide to Constitution Making for the People of Fiji (Suva: Fiji Constitutional Commission, August 2012).

Constitution Commission, Panel Report, Seeking Cooperation, Toleration and Understanding of our Diversity: A Model of the People’s Constitution, National Archives of Fiji.

Coulter, John Wesley, Fiji: Little India of the Pacific (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1943).

——, The Drama of Fiji: A Contemporary History (Rutland, VT: Charles Tuttle and Company, 1967).

Crawford, C.E., Azamgarh Settlement Report (Allahabad: Government Printer, 1898).

Crawford, James, S.C., ‘Opinion: Re Judicial Services Commission of Fiji – Recommendation for Appointment of Acting Chief Justice’, Matrix Chambers, 20 February 2007.

Crocombe, Ron and Ahmed Ali (eds), Foreign Forces in Pacific Politics (Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, 1983).

Crocombe, Ron and Malama Meleisea (eds), Pacific Universities: Achievements, Problems and Prospects (Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, 1988).

Cross, Malcolm, ‘East Indian–Creole relations in Trinidad and Guiana in the late nineteenth century’, in Across the Dark Waters: Ethnicity and Indian Identity in the Caribbean, ed. David Dabydeen and Brinsley Samaroo (London: Macmillan Caribbean, 1996), 14–38.

Currie, Sir George, Report of the Commission on Higher Education in Papua and New Guinea (Canberra: The Commission, 1964).

Dabydeen, David and Brinsley Samaroo (eds), Across the Dark Waters: Ethnicity and Indian Identity in the Caribbean (London: Macmillan Caribbean, 1996).

——, India in the Caribbean (London: Hansib/University of Warwick, Centre for Caribbean Studies Publication, 1987).

Das Gupta, Ranajit, ‘Factory labour in Eastern India: Sources of supply, 1855–1946: Some preliminary findings’, Indian Economic and Social History Review 18(3) (1973): 277–329, doi.org/10.1177/001946467601300301.

Davidson, J.W., ‘Constitutional change in Fiji’, The Journal of Pacific History 1 (1966): 165–68, doi.org/10.1080/00223346608572086.

——, ‘Understanding Pacific history: The participant as historian’, in The Feel of Truth: Essays in New Zealand and Pacific History, ed. Peter Munz (Wellington: AW & AH Reed, 1969), 27–42.

Davidson, James Wightman, Problems of Pacific History: An Inaugural Lecture Delivered in Canberra, 23 November 1954 (Canberra. The Australian National University, 1955).

Davis, Kingsley, The Population of India and Pakistan (Princeton: NJ: Princeton University Press, 1951).

Dean, Eddie and Stan Ritova, Rabuka: No Other Way (Sydney: Doubleday, 1988).

Dening, Greg, ‘Reflection: On the cultural history of Marshall Sahlins and Valerio Valeri’, Pacific History Bibliography and Comments (Canberra: Journal of Pacific History, 1986), 43–48.

——, The Bounty: An Ethnographic History (Melbourne: University of Melbourne, 1989).

Denoon, Donald (ed.), Emerging from Empire: Decolonization in the Pacific (Canberra: Division of Pacific and Asian History, The Australian National University, 1997).

Denoon, Donald, ‘Pacific Island history at The Australian National University: The place and the people’, The Journal of Pacific History 31(2) (1996): 202–14, doi.org/10.1080/00223349608572818.

——, Afterlife: A Divine Comedy (Canberra: Pandanus Books, 2004).

Desai, Ashwin and Goolam Vahed, Inside Indenture: A South African Story, 1860–1914 (Cape Town: Human Sciences Research Council, 2007).

Deutscher, Isaac, ‘From the Introduction (1961)’, in his Stalin: A Political Biography, 2nd edn (New York: Oxford University Press, 1966), x–xi.

Duncan, Nicole, ‘Death on Fiji plantations’, in Lal, Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey of Indenture through Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 2000; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 291–323, doi.org/10.22459/CJ.12.2012.

Durutalo, Alumita, ‘Elections and the dilemmas of indigenous Fijian politics’, in Fiji before the Storm: Elections and the Politics of Development, ed. Brij V. Lal (Canberra: Asia Pacific Press, 2000), 73–92.

Durutalo, Simione, ‘Internal colonialism and unequal regional development: The case of Western Viti Levu, MA thesis (Suva: University of the South Pacific, 1985).

Dylan, Bob, ‘The times they are a-changin’, on The Times they are A-Changin’ (Columbia Records, 1964), line 17, lyrics available from: www.bobdylan.com/songs/times-they-are-changin/ (accessed 10 April 2019).

Ecumenical Centre for Research, Education and Advocacy’s (ECREA’s) website, available from: www.ecrea.org.fj (accessed 6 April 2018).

Field, Michael, Tupeni Baba, Uniasi Nabobo-Baba, Speight of Violence: Inside Fiji’s 2000 Coup (Canberra: Pandanus Books, 2005).

Fiji Islands Council of Trade Unions, Submission to the UN Mission, 27 April 2007.

Fiji Labour Party, ‘Submission to the Fiji Constitution Commission’, 12 October 2012.

Fiji Legislative Council Debate, April 1961.

Fiji Legislative Council Debates, 1946.

Firth, Raymond, ‘The founding of the Research School of Pacific Studies’, The Journal of Pacific History 31(1) (1996), 3–7, doi.org/10.1080/00223349608572802.

Firth, Stewart and Daryl Tarte (eds), 20th Century Fiji: People who Shaped the Nation (Suva: USP Solutions, 2001).

Firth, Stewart, ‘Reflections on Fiji since independence’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 101(6) (2012): 575–83, doi.org/10.1080/00358533.2012.749098.

——, ‘The contemporary history of Fiji: A review article’, The Journal of Pacific History 24 (1989): 242–46, doi.org/10.1080/00223348908572619.

Fisk, E.K., The Political Economy of Independent Fiji (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1970).

Forum Foreign Affairs Ministers’ Meeting, 16 March 2007, Port Vila, ‘Outcome Statement’, PIFS (07) FFAMM.3.

Foster, S.G. and Margaret M. Varghese, The Making of the Australian National University, 1946–1996 (Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1996).

Fowler, Glenn, ‘“A want of care”’ in Lal, Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey of Indenture through Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 2000; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 237–90, doi.org/10.22459/CJ.12.2012.

Fraenkel, Jon, ‘Fiji: Melanesia in review’, in The Contemporary Pacific 25(3) (2012): 377–89, doi.org/10.1353/cp.2012.0046.

——, ‘Fiji’s electoral system changes’, Pacific Islands Report, January 2013.

——, ‘Melanesia in review: Issues and events 2013: Fiji’, The Contemporary Pacific 25(2) (2014): 476–95, doi.org/10.1353/cp.2014.0032.

——, ‘The remorseless power of incumbency in Fiji’s September 2014 Election’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 104(2) (2015), 151–64, doi.org/10.1080/00358533.2015.1017255.

Fraenkel, Jon and Stewart Firth (eds), From Election to Coup in Fiji: The 2006 Campaign and its Aftermath (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2007), available from: press.anu.edu.au/publications/election-coup-fiji (accessed 6 April 2018).

Fraenkel, Jon, Stewart Firth and Brij V. Lal (eds.), The 2006 Military Takeover in Fiji: A Coup to End all Coups? (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2009), doi.org/10.22459/MTF.04.2009.

France, Peter, Charter of the Land: Custom and Colonization in Fiji (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1969).

Frank, Anne, Het Achterhuis. Dagboekbrieven 14 Juni 1942 – 1 Augustus 1944 (Amsterdam: Contact Publishing, 1947).

——, The Diary of a Young Girl, trans. Barbara Mooyaart-Doubleday (New York: Doubleday & Company; London: Valentine Mitchell, 1952).

Gammage, Bill, Brij V. Lal and Gavan Daws (eds), The Boy from Boort: Remembering Hank Nelson (Canberra: ANU Press, 2014), doi.org/10.22459/BFB.07.2014.

Gan, Steven, James Gomez and Uwe Johannen (eds), Asian Cyberactivism: Freedom of Expression and Media Censorship (Bangkok: Friederic Naumann Foundation, 2004).

Geoghegan, G., Coolie Emigration from India (Calcutta: Government Printer, 1874).

Ghai, Yash Pal, ‘Ethnicity, politics and constitutions in Fiji’, in Bearing Witness: Essays in Honour of Brij V. Lal, ed. Doug Munro and Jack Corbett (Canberra: ANU Press, 2017), 177–206, doi.org/10.22459/BW.07.2017.

Ghai, Yash and Jill Cottrell, ‘A tale of three constitutions: Ethnicity and politics in Fiji’, in Constitutional Design for Divided Societies: Integration or Accommodation? ed. Sujit Choudhr, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), 287–315.

Gill, Walter, Turn North-East at the Tombstone (Adelaide: Rigby, 1970).

Gillion, K.L., ‘CF Andrews and Indians overseas’, Visva-Bharti News (February–March 1971): 206–17.

——, Fiji’s Indian Migrants: A History to the End of Indenture in 1920 (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1962).

——, The Fiji Indians: Challenge to European Dominance, 1920–1946 (Canberra: Australian National University Press, 1977).

Glasgow, Roy Arthur, Guyana: Race and Politics among Africans an East Indians (The Hague: Martin Nijhoff, 1970), doi.org/10.1007/978-94-010-3213-1.

Gordon, Arthur Hamilton, Paper on the System of Taxation in Force in Fiji. Read before the Colonial Institute (London: Harrison, 1879).

Gounder, Farzana, Indentured Identities: Resistance and Accommodation in Plantation-Era Fiji (Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Co., 2011), doi.org/10.1075/sin.15.

Government of Fiji, Legislative Council Paper 13/1959.

Green, Michael, Persona Non Grata: Breaking the Bond: Fiji and New Zealand, 2004–2007 (Auckland: Dunmore Publishing, 2013).

Griffin, Arlene (ed.), With Heart and Nerve and Sinew: Post-Coup Writing from Fiji (Suva: Christmas Club, 1997).

Grynberg, Roman, Doug Munro and Michael White, Crisis: The Collapse of the National Bank of Fiji (Suva: USP Book Centre, 2002).

Harvey, Jane, ‘Naraini’s story’, in Lal, Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey of Indenture through Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 2000; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 337–47, doi.org/10.22459/CJ.12.2012.

Hau‘ofa, Epeli, Tales of the Tikongs (Auckland: Longman Paul, 1983).

Hempenstall, Peter, ‘Tasman epiphanies: The “participant history” of Alan Ward’, The Journal of New Zealand Studies 4–5 (2005–06): 65–80, doi.org/10.26686/jnzs.v0i4/5.107.

——, Truth’s Fool: Derek Freeman and the War with Anthropology (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2017).

Hennings, C.G., The Indentured Indian in Natal, 1860–1917 (New Delhi: Promilla & Co., 1993).

Herr, Richard, ‘External influences and the 2006 Fiji Military Coup’, unpublished paper.

Herr, Richard and Anthony Bergin, ‘Abbot must bring Fiji in from the cold’, Australian, 13 September 2013.

Hiatt, Lester Richard and Chandra Jayawardena (eds), Anthropology in Oceania: Essays Presented to Ian Hogbin (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1971).

Inglis, K.S. (Kenneth Stanley), assisted by Jan Brazier, This is the ABC: The Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 1932–1983 (Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1983).

International Senior Lawyers Project (ISLP), Analysis of the Draft Constitution of Fiji released by the Interim Government of Fiji on 21 March 2013, n.d.

Iyer, Venkat, ‘Courts and constitutional usurpers: Some lessons from Fiji’, Dalhousie Law Journal 28(1) (2005): 47–68.

——, ‘Restoration constitutionalism in the South Pacific’, Pacific Rim Law & Policy Journal 15(1) (2006): 39–72.

Jalal, Ayesha, The Pity of Partition: Manto’s Life, Times, and Work across the India-Pakistan Divide (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2013), doi.org/10.1515/9781400846689.

Jayaraman, R., ‘Indian emigration to Ceylon: Some aspects of the historical and social background of the emigrants’, Indian Economic and Social History Review 4(4) (1967): 319–59, doi.org/10.1177/001946466700400402.

Jayawardena, Chandra, ‘Religious belief and social change: Aspects of the development of Hinduism in British Guiana’, Comparative Studies in Society and History 8(2) (1965): 211–40, doi.org/10.1017/S0010417500004011.

——, ‘The disintegration of caste in Fiji Indian rural society’, in Anthropology in Oceania: Essays Presented to Ian Hogbin, ed. L.R. Hiatt and Chandra Jayawardena (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1971), 89–119.

——, Conflict and Solidarity in a Guianese Plantation (London: Athlone Press, 1963).

Judt, Tony, On Being Austere and Being Jewish (New York Review of Books, 13 May 2010).

Kamikamica, Josefata’, Fijian native land: Issues and challenges’, in Research Papers of the Fiji Constitution Review Commission, Vol. 1: Fiji in Transition, ed. Brij V. Lal, Paul Reeves and Tomasi Vakatora, (Suva: School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific, 1997), 259–90.

Kant, Romitesh and Eroni Rakuita, ‘Public participation and constitution-making in Fiji: A Critique of the 2012 constitution-making process’, State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program Discussion Paper 6/2014 (Canberra: The Australian National University, 2014).

Kelly, John D., A Politics of Virtue: Hinduism, Sexuality, and Countercolonial Discourse in Fiji (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1991).

Klass, Morton, East Indians in Trinidad: A Study in Cultural Persistence (New York: Columbia University Press, 1961).

Kotabalavu, Jioji, ‘The collapsing morale in the civil service’, address, The Australian National University, 5 June 2007.

Kuper, Hilda, Indian People in Natal (Cape Town: University Press, 1960).

La Guerre, John (ed.), Calcutta to Caroni, rev. edn (St Augustine: University of West Indies, 1985).

Lal, Brij V. (ed.), Pacific Islands History: Journeys and Transformations (Canberra: Journal of Pacific History, 1992).

——, A Vision for Change: Speeches and Writings of A.D. Patel, 1929–1969 (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2011), doi.org/10.22459/VCSW.11.2011.

——, Bittersweet: The Indo–Fijian Experience (Canberra: Pandanus Books, 2004).

——, Fiji Before the Storm: Elections and the Politics of Development (Canberra: Asia Pacific Press, 2000, Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), doi.org/10.22459/FBS.12.2012.

——, Fiji: British Documents on the End of the Empire (London: The Stationery Office, 2006).

——, Pacific Places, Pacific Histories: Essays in Honor of Robert C Kiste (Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2004).

——, Politics in Fiji: Studies in Contemporary History (Laie: Brigham Young University and Sydney: Allen & Unwin, 1986).

Lal, Brij V. and Allison Ley (eds), The Coombs: A House of Memories, with a foreword by William C. Clarke (Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, 2006).

Lal, Brij V. and Hank Nelson (eds), Lines Across the Sea: Colonial Inheritance and the Post-Colonial Pacific (Brisbane: Pacific History Association, 1995).

Lal, Brij V. and Michael Pretes (eds), Coup: Reflections on the Political Crisis in Fiji (Canberra: Pandanus Books, 2001; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2008), available from: press.anu.edu.au/publications/coup/download (accessed 11 May 2017).

Lal, Brij V. and Peter Hempenstall (eds), Pacific Lives, Pacific Places: Bursting Boundaries in Pacific History (Canberra: Journal of Pacific History, 2001).

Lal, Brij V. and Vicki Luker (eds), Telling Pacific Lives: Prisms of Process (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2008), doi.org/10.22459/TPL.06.2008.

Lal, Brij V. and Yogendra Yadav (eds), Bhut Len Ki Katha: Totaram Sanadyha’s Fiji [in Hindi] (New Delhi Saraswati Press, 1994).

Lal, Brij V., Paul Reeves and Tomasi Vakatora (eds), Research Papers of the Fiji Constitution Review Commission, Vol. 1: Fiji in Transition (Suva: Suva: School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific, 1997).

Lal, Brij V., Peter Reeves and Rajesh Rai (eds), The Encyclopedia of the Indian Diaspora (Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2006).

Lal, Brij V. ‘The 1982 Fiji National Election and its aftermath’, USP Sociological Society Newsletter 5 (1983): 3–17.

——, ‘A change of seasons’, in Turnings: Fiji Factions (Lautoka: Fiji Institute of Applied Studies, 2008), 151–72.

——, ‘A girmitiya “sepoy”’, South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 39(1) (2016): 244–50, doi.org/10.1080/00856401.2016.1124229.

——, ‘A time to move’, in Lal, Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey of Indenture through Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 2000; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 121–36, doi.org/10.22459/CJ.12.2012.

——, ‘A vision for change’, USP Sociological Society Newsletter 5 (1983): 3–17.

——, ‘Anxiety, uncertainty and fear in our land: Fiji’s road to 2006’, in The 2006 Military Takeover in Fiji: A Coup to End all Coups? ed. Jon Fraenkel, Stewart Firth and Brij V. Lal (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2009), 21–41, doi.org/10.22459/MTF.04.2009.

——, ‘Anxiety, uncertainty, and fear in our land: Fiji’s road to military coup, 2006’, in The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 96(389) (Apr 2007): 135–53, doi.org/10.1080/00358530701292447.

——, ‘Bahut Julum: Reflections on the use of Fiji Hindi’, Fijian Studies 3(1) (2005): 153–58.

——, ‘Caught in the web’, in Intersections: History, Memory, Discipline (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 279–86, doi.org/10.22459/IHMD.11.2012.

——, ‘Chance Hai: On the hustings, 1999 and 2006’, in Intersections: History, Memory, Discipline (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 79–101, doi.org/10.22459/IHMD.11.2012.

——, ‘Chiefs and Indians: Elections and politics in contemporary Fiji’, The Contemporary Pacific 5(2) (1993): 275–301.

——, ‘Chiefs and thieves and other people besides: The making of George Speight’s Coup’, The Journal of Pacific History 35(3) (2000): 281–93, doi.org/10.1080/00223340020010571.

——, ‘Coombs 4240’, in Intersections: History, Memory, Discipline (Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 127–38, doi.org/10.22459/IHMD.11.2012.

——, ‘Fare well, Fiji’, in Mr Tulsi’s Store: A Fijian Journey (Canberra: Pandanus Books, 2001), 207–08, doi.org/10.22459/MTS.03.2013.

——, ‘Fiji: Fishing in troubled waters’, Security Challenges 8(2) (2012): 85–92.

——, ‘Fiji’s Constitutional conundrum’, The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs 372 (2003): 671–85, doi.org/10.1080/0035853032000150663.

——, ‘Hank of Coombs’, in The Boy from Boort: Remembering Hank Nelson, ed. Bill Gammage, Brij V. Lal and Gavan Daws (Canberra: ANU Press, 2014), 75–88, doi.org/10.22459/BFB.07.2014.

——, ‘Hinduism under indenture, in Lal, Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey of Indenture through Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 2000; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 239–60, doi.org/10.22459/CJ.12.2012.

——, ‘In Frank Bainimarama’s shadows: Fiji, elections and the future’, The Journal of Pacific History 49(4) (2014): 457–68, doi.org/10.1080/00223344.2014.977518.

——, ‘Indian indenture historiography: A note on problems, sources and methods’, Pacific Studies 6(2) (1983): 33–50.

——, ‘Kunti’s cry’, in Lal, Chalo Jahaji: On a Journey of Indenture through Fiji (Suva: Fiji Museum, 2000; Canberra: ANU E Press, 2012), 195–214, doi.org/10.22459/CJ.12.2012.

——, ‘Laucala Bay’, in Pacific Places, Pacific Histories: Essays in Honor of Robert C Kiste, ed. Brij V. Lal, (Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press, 2004), 237–58.

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