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Reckoning with the Oceanic Territoriality of 'Uncle SPAM': Processed Meats and Resurgent Seeds in Craig Santos Perez's Poetics of the Militarized Pacific

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Etherington, B. (2022). Reckoning with the Oceanic Territoriality of 'Uncle SPAM': Processed Meats and Resurgent Seeds in Craig Santos Perez's Poetics of the Militarized Pacific. Native American and Indigenous Studies, 9(2), 38-65. https://muse-jhu-edu.helicon.vuw.ac.nz/issue/48504

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Native American and Indigenous Studies

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9

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2

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2022-09-08

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38-65

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