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UOG journal published online

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - All you island history buffs, we've got some exciting news as Volume 5 of the University of Guam's Humanities and Social Science peer reviewed journal, Pacific Asia Inquiry: Multidisciplinary Perspectives has been published and is now online. Volume 5 was edited by Nicholas J. Goetzfridt. It provides perspectives on the island's history such as the U.S. Naval rule on Guam, Chamorro "adaptive resistance” through indigenous roles as mayors and other officers during the Spanish administration of the island, also included are papers on the historical and contemporary heritage of local Filipino identities. To read the latest volume go to uog.edu/pai.

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