Angelina Penner Completed M.A Spring 2016 Wanem ia jenda? [What is Gender?]: Translations and (Mis)Understandings between Development Discourse & Everyday Life Experiences in Port Vila, Vanuatu
Are Erik Brandvik Completed M.A Spring 2016 After the Flood: Reflections on the Socility of Saltwater Inundation on an Anthropogenic Atoll
Jonatan Lohne Anabalon Completed M.A Spring 2015 ‘We Rise By Lifting Others’: En utforskning av koret Pasifika Voices og Oseania-senteret i Fiji
Miriam Ladstein Completed M.A Spring 2015 Ways of Knowing, Ways of Life. Environment, Education and Climate Change in a Rural Samoan Village
Nora Haukali Completed M.A. Spring 2014 Everyday Weather. An ethnography of knowledge and environment in a Fijian village.
Camilla Aasmundsen Jensen Completed M.A. Autumn 2012 Dance encounters. Exploring Cook Islands identity through staged performances.
Hildur Thorarensen Completed M.A. Spring 2011 Heal, Pray, Prosper: Practice and Discourse within a Local Pentecostal Church in Vanuatu
Ola Bergset Ulvedal Completed M.A. Spring 2010 Bula, vavalagi! Turisme, møte, kategoriseringar og makt i Yasawa, Fiji.
Pål Hægland Completed M.A. Spring 2010 “I want my music to be my own”: A contemporary music scene in Honiara, Solomon Islands
Eilin Holtan Torgersen Completed M.A. Spring 2010 The social meanings of hula. Hawaiian traditions and politicized identities in Hilo.
Ane Straume Completed M.A. Autumn 2009 Medicine of the past in the present. A study of medical knowledge and practice in a Solomon Islands village.
Ole Marius Kvamme Completed M.A. Spring 2008 Racialized Conflict in a Multicultural Society. Passive Welfare, tolerance and the logic of Negative Prejudice (in an Australian Social Drama)
Kristine Sunde Fauske Completed M.A. Autumn 2007 “Embracing the land”. Maori og Pakeha i Aotearoa New Zealand
Lena Vestli Completed M.A. Autumn 2007 Niueans in New Zealand. Maintaining Village Life in a Metropolitan Context.