Saui’a Dr. Louise Mataia-Milo – Dean & Senior Lecturer
BSocSci DipEd Waik., PGDipArts MA Otago, PhD Well.
Pacific History, Culture, Education, Polynesia, Samoa, Samoan Diaspora, Pacific Forum Development, Pacific Politics, Migration, Diplomacy, Pacific Security, Regionalism, Aid, Leadership, Mitigation, Natural Disaster, Global/ local, Conflict/ WWI, WWII, Cold War (Pacific), Women, Gender and War, Samoa Environmental History and New Zealand, Australia and Chinese (international) relations with the Pacific Islands. Pacific Indigenous research methodologies, Development, Multilateralism and Economic Partnership Agreements (Pacific), Small Island Developing States (SIDS), Social Responsibility, Global Governance, Indigenous knowledge adaptation, Digital Humanities, international conferences and events coordination.
Saui’a Louise Mataia Milo, ‘Samoa Women and War: A Category Worthy of Historical Analysis” –Journal of the Faculty of Arts (JAFNUS), National University of Samoa, Vol. 4, Jan2020.
Mataia Milo, Saui’a L. “A Negro’s Passage to the Pacific” and “My Beautiful Centipede” in Carol Mutch and Leua Latai, J. Matapo, & F. Ward, (eds.) (2019). TalanoaFogafala. Hear Our Voices. Auckland: TeWhakatere au Papori Research Unit. Collaboration between the National University of Samoa and the University of Auckland, 2019.
Mataia Milo, S.L., ‘Consolidated Report: Samoa Schools Innovation for Literacy, Numeracy and Science (SSILNAS)’, Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture. October, 2019.
Mataia Milo, S.L., ‘Consolidated Report: Home School Partnership Programme (HSSP) Ministry of Education’, Ministry of Education, Sports and Culture. October, 2019.
Latai Niusulu, A., Saui’a L Mataia Milo, Seve F Seve and SafuaAkeliAma’ama (Editors). ‘VI Samoa Conference Proceedings’, National University of Samoa, Apia, 2019.
Hilary Howes, Saui’a Louise Mataia Milo, Gerald Chaudron, Craig Howes & Patricia O’Brien (2019) ‘Tautai’, The Journal of Pacific History, 54:2, 271-281, DOI: 10.1080/00223344.2019.1583308
Saui’a Louise Mataia Milo, “Subtle Invasions: Aspects of Samoan Women’s Wartime Experiences. PhD Thesis, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand, 2017.
Saui’a Louise Mataia Milo, “There Are No Commoners in Samoa” in Mothers’ Darlings of the South Pacific: The Children of Indigenous Women and U.S. Servicemen, World War II, eds. Judith Bennett and Angela Wanhalla, 42-83. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2016.
Saui’a Louise Mataia Milo (2019). ‘A Negro’s Passage to the Pacific’ & ‘My beautiful Centipede’, in Carol Mutch and LeuaLatai, L., Matapo, J., & Ward, F., (eds.) (2019). TalanoaFogafala. Hear Our Voices. Auckland: TeWhakatere au Papori Research Unit. Collaboration between the National University of Samoa and the University of Auckland, March 2019
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