The Thinking of Speaking
Issue #5 September / October 2013
Credits

Letter From the Editor
Writer: Erik Zidowecki
Images:
Petey: Traditional dancer in Ubud
Rongorongo - Island Chants
Writer: Lucille Martin
Images:
Rivi: Outer slope of the Rano Raraku volcano (title)
christopherhu: closetup Rongorongo tablet
Robert Nyman: Easter Island beach
David Berkowitz: Anakena beach and moai
Carlos Reusser Monsalvez: Rongorongo tablet shaped like fish
Petey: Barthel's tracing of rongorongo tablet G; Mid section of the Santiago Staff; Side of rongorongo Tablet F; Barthel's tracing of rongorongo Tablet F; Barthel's tracing of rongorongo text I
Sources:
• "Thomas Barthel" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Barthel>
• "Easter Island and Its Mysteries" CHAUVET <http://www.chauvet-translation.com/talking.htm>
• "Rongorongo" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rongorongo>
• "Rongorongo script" Omniglot <http://www.omniglot.com/writing/rongorongo.htm>
• "Rongorongo" novatravels 350 <http://www.novatravels.350.com/chile/EasterIsland/Rongorongo.htm>
Otto Dempwolff - Islands of Language
Writer: Sofia Ozols
Images:
Taro Taylor: Sun, Sea, Sand And Volcano (title)
Irmgard Duttge: Otto_Dempwolff
Merlin Senger: Main building of the University of Hamburg
Petey: Carl Meinhof
Sources:
• "Otto Dempwolff" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otto_Dempwolff>
• "85 Years of Southeast Asian Studies in Hamburg" IIAS Online <http://www.iias.nl/iiasn/16/regions/sea3.html>
• "Otto Dempwolff (1871-1938), Sprachwissenschaftler" www.dempwolff.de <http://www.dempwolff.de/>
At The Cinema - Whale Rider
Writer: Erik Zidowecki
Sources:
• "Whale Rider" IMDB (Internet Movie Database) <http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0298228/>
• "Whale Rider" From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whale_Rider>
All images are copyright South Pacific Pictures, ApolloMedia, Pandora Filmproduktion
Celebrations - Pasifika Festival
Writer: Sonja Krüger
Images:
Avenue: Young woman dances on the Tuvalu stage
Yortw: Hanging Merchandise; Kiribati Banner; Maori Carvings; Some dancers waiting to perform; Stall Staff; Food Stall; Art for Sale; Young Dancers; Tapa Cloths for Sale
kylepost photography: [eternal vision] Some of the dancers during the festival; [dancing women] Women dancing in traditional costume
Sources:
• "History of Pasifika" Pasifika Festival <http://www.aucklandnz.com/pasifika/history-of-pasifika>
• "Pasifika Festival" happywink.org <http://www.happywink.org/pasifika-festival.html>
• "Pasifika Festival" Destination 360 <http://www.destination360.com/australia-south-pacific/new-zealand/pasifika-festival>
• "Pasifika Festival" New Zealand.com <http://www.newzealand.com/int/event/pasifika-festival/>
• "Pasifika Festivals" Spasifik mag <http://spasifikmag.com/issue51pacificfestivals/pasifikafestivals/>
• "Pasifika Festival" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pasifika_Festival>
Special Feature - Avoiuli
Writer: Erik Zidowecki
Images:
Phillip Capper: Port Vila (title)
Andrew Gray: Nakamal in Vanwoki village
PhillipC: Image of sand drawing from Vanuatu
Tabisini: Carved stone at Lavatmanggemu
Petey: Map of Vanuatu
Sources:
• "Avoiuli" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avoiuli>
• "Sand drawing" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sand_drawing>
• "Raga" Omniglot <http://www.omniglot.com/writing/raga.htm>
• "Raga (Hano) language" The Languages of Pentecost Island <http://www.pentecostisland.net/languages/raga/index.htm>
• "Raga language" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raga_language>
• "Vanuatu sand drawings" UNESCO <http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/00073>
• "Birth, death, and infinity in sand paintings" davidlansing.com <http://davidlansing.com/birth-death-and-infinity-in-sand-paintings/>
• "Vanuatu" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vanuatu>
Languages in Peril - The Island Invasion
Writer: Lucille Martin
Images:
Mbmerino: Ahu Tahai sunset (title)
Lufke: Tamure Dancers, Easter Island
Marilyn Sourgose: Kutturan Chamorro Performers
Rivi: Panorama of Anakena, Easter Island
Petey: Chamorro people in 1915; Mofmanu Beach, Rotuma; Council of Chiefs of Rotuma, 1927
Sources:
• "Rapa Nui language" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapa_Nui_language>
• "Another mystery of the Rapa Nui culture" Unique-Southamerica-Travel-Experience.com <http://www.unique-southamerica-travel-experience.com/rapa-nui-language.html>
• "Rapa Nui people" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapa_Nui_people>
• "Easter Island" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_Island>
• "Chamorro people" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chamorro_people>
• "Rotuman language" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotuman_language>
• "Rotuman people" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotuman_people>
• "Rotuma" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rotuma>
Revisited - Maui's Home
Writer: W. D. Westervelt
Images:
James Gay Sawkins: Lahaina, West_Maui
Petey: Clouds over Maui (title), Rugged Lava of Wailuku River
Sources:
• "Maui's Home" Legends of Ma-ui--a demi god of Polynesia, and of his mother Hina W. D. Westervelt, Honolulu: The Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd. 1910
Word on the Streets - Malay Masters
Writer: Sofia Ozols
Images:
Petey: Pangkor Beach
Sources:
• "Abdullah bin Abdul Kadir" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdullah_bin_Abdul_Kadir>
• "Shahnon Ahmad" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shahnon_Ahmad>
• "Usman Awang" Wikipedia <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Usman_Awang>
Where Are You?
Writer: Sonja Krüger
Images:
Merbabu: Mystery picture
Revisited - Maui Snaring the Sun
Writer: W. D. Westervelt
Images:
Petey: Sunset in Tahiti (title); Iao Mountain From the Sea; Maui snaring the sun; Hale-a-ka-la Crater. Where the Sun Was Caught
Sources:
• "Maui Snaring the Sun" Legends of Ma-ui--a demi god of Polynesia, and of his mother Hina W. D. Westervelt, Honolulu: The Hawaiian Gazette Co., Ltd. 1910

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