20 April 2016

"Decolonization" is theme of University of Guam Academic Journal


A Journal of Research & Practice on Education 
in Guam and Micronesia

UOG School of Education

Current Volume

Volume 22, Fall 2015

Comparative Political Development in the United States-administered Pacific Dependencies

Carlyle G. Corbin

Chamoru Self-Determination and the Rhetoric of Both/Neither in United Nations Testimonies

Tiara R. Na'puti

An Appraisal of Self-determination Under International Law

Julian Aguon

Trongkon Niyok - A Symbol of Settlement, Survival, Sustainability and Self-Determination for the People of Guahan

Moñeka De Oro

Identity and Self-determination in Guam: A Chamorro Homeland - An American Colony

Mary Therese F. Cruz

Dies Mit: The Origin and End of Chamorro Self-Determination

Robert A. Underwood

ginen fatal impact statements

Craig Santos Perez


Estague i Kinahulo' i Manhoben

Kenneth Gofigan Kuper


Statement of the Non-self-governing Territory of Guam to the Pacific Regional Seminar on the Implementation of the Third Decade for the Eradication of Colonialism in Nadi, Fiji, from 21 May to 23 May 2014

Edward A. Alvarez


Presentation to the 4th Annual Micronesia Non-Profit Congress on Self-determination, Migration

Felicidad T. Ogumoro

Book Review

Sinångan ginen i Pachot: Estorian Pasifiku ginen Guåhan (Word of Mouth: Pacific Stories from Guam)

Kelley Bowman

Launch of Micronesian Educator and Discussion on Self-Determination on Guam - New Perspectives

University of Guam President Robert Underwood, a contributor to the volume,
opens the discussion.

Special Edition Editors Michael Lujan Bevacqua (l) and Victoria Lola Leon Guerrero (c) join Editor Unaisi Nabobo-Baba (r) at the unveiling of the latest edition of Micronesian Educator.

Nabobo-Baba (l) and contributor to the volume Carlyle G. Corbin at the discussions on decolonization issues. 
Moneka De Oro introduces chapter on "Trongkon Niyok - A Symbol of Settlement, Survival, Sustainability and Self-Determination for the People of Guahan."

Corbin presents chapter on "Comparative Political Development
 in the United States-administered Pacific Dependencies."