Ingjerd Hoëm

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About

Hoëm has conducted fieldwork in Tokelau, Samoa, New Zealand and The Solomon Islands. She has previously been employed at The Institute of Pacific Archeology and Cultural History at The Kon-Tiki Museum in Oslo. She is currently working on the following projects:

  • Head of Research on a project called “Identity Matters: Movement and Place” (2000-08), financed by The Norwegian Research Board (NFR). This is a project involving anthropologists, linguists and archeologists and which focuses on studying patterns of movement in the Pacific Region in the past and present.
  • Transnational relations and their implication on the forming of identity and macro politics in Polynesian localities (with H. Lee, LaTrobe University Melbourne).
  • Spatial orientation and movement (with G. Senft, Max-Plank Institute, Nijmegen).
  • Performance and ritual communication (with Wenner-Gren Workshop, Sintra). 

Research interests

Thematic: Ritual communication, identification of space, ethnicity, linguistic anthropology, social organization and fourth world populations (indigenous people).  

Regional: Polynesia, including New Zealand and Australia. 

Tags: Identity, Cognitive anthropology, Linguistic anthropology, Space/place, Rituals, Pacific Ocean, Polynesia, Tokelau/New Zealand

Publications

  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2017). "Hva er en krise?" Noen refleksjoner om trusler mot livsgrunnlag, og hvordan VI kan studere dem antropologisk. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift.  ISSN 0802-7285.  28(1), s 35- 46 . doi: 10.18261/ISSN.1504-2898-2017-01-04
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2016). Relationship Thinking: Agency, Enchrony, and Human Sociality. By N. J. Enfield. Journal of anthropological research.  ISSN 0091-7710.  72(3), s 365- 367
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2015). Gendered Sides and Ritual Moieties: Tokelau Kinship as Social Practice, In Christina Toren & Simonne Pauwels (ed.),  Living Kinship in the Pacific.  Berghahn Books.  ISBN 978-1-78238-577-6.  Kapittel 4.  s 87 - 106
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2014). Thor Heyerdahl's Kon-Tiki in new light. Editor's preface. Kon-Tiki Museum. Occasional Papers.  ISSN 0802-6491.  14, s 7- 7
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2011). Narratives of Origin. Some Insights from Pacific Ethnography. Kon-Tiki Museum. Occasional Papers.  ISSN 0802-6491.  12, s 9- 21
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2010). Language endangerment: situations of loss and gain, In Gunter Senft (ed.),  Endangered Austronesian and Australian Aboriginal languages. Essays on language documentation, archiving and revitalization.  Pacific Linguistics.  ISBN 9780858836235.  Kapittel 4.  s 53 - 69
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2009). "Getting out from under": Leadership , Conflict resolution and Tokelau Migration, In Helen Lee (ed.),  Migration and Transnationalism. Pacific Perspectives.  Australian National University e-press.  ISBN 9781921536908.  Kapittel 12.  s 191 - 202
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2009). Ritualized Performances as Total Social Facts. The House of Multiple Spirits in Tokelau, In Gunter Senft & Ellen B. Basso (ed.),  Ritual Communication.  Berg Publishers.  ISBN 978-1-84788-295-0.  Kapittel 8.  s 203 - 221
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2008). Polynesian Conceptions of Sociality: A dynamic field of hierarchical encompassment?, In Olaf H. Smedal & Knut.M. Rio (ed.),  Hierarchy. Persistence and Transformation in Social Formations.  Berghahn Books.  ISBN 978-1845454937.  Kapittel.  s 245 - 268

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  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2015). Languages of Governance in Conflict. Negotiating democracy in Tokelau. John Benjamins Publishing Company.  ISBN 978 90 272 0296 3.  152 s.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (ed.) (2014). Thor Heyerdahl’s Kon-Tiki in New Light. The Thor Heyerdahl Institute.  ISBN 978-82-92967-05-8.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd & Solsvik, Reidar (ed.) (2011). Identity matters: Movement and place. The Kon-Tiki Museum.  ISBN 978-82-92967-03-4.  177 s.

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  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2016). Hva er en krise?.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2016). Innledning til Nasjonalteaterets program "ØY".
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2016). On the Arbitrary Nature of Things.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2016). STATE;STATE;STATE. Nasjonalteaterets Europaturneprogram 2016.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2015). Boklansering av boken: "Languages of Governance in Conflict. Negotiating democracy in Tokelau".
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2015). Presentasjon om Norsk Antropologi på den Britiske Antropologiforeningens årsmøte.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2015). State,labour and kin: tensions of value in an egalitarian economy.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2015). Vitenskapsteoretiske perspektiver.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2015, 22. november). Å snakke flytende.Språk,antropologi og feltarbeid med Ingjerd Hoem. [Tidsskrift].  Universitetet i Oslo.
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd (2014). Echoes at Fishermen’s Rock: Traditional Tokelau Fishing by Elders from Atafu Atoll. The Contemporary Pacific.  ISSN 1043-898X.  26(1), s 237- 239
  • Hoëm, Ingjerd & Solvik, Reidar (2011). Preface, In Ingjerd Hoëm & Reidar Solsvik (ed.),  Identity matters: Movement and place.  The Kon-Tiki Museum.  ISBN 978-82-92967-03-4.  Forord.  s 5 - 6
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2010). ”Er gjenkjennelse et kriterium på sannhet?” Om løgn og sannhet, tillit og troverdighet i et krysskulturelt perspektiv.
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2010). “Languages of governance in conflict: A case from Tokelau".
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2010). “Tokelau Kinship: Power, Knowledge and Communicative Practice”.
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2010). Tokelau Self-Government: Macro-Political Influences and the Law of the Land.
  • Krohn-Hansen, Christian & Hoem, Ingjerd (2010). Redaksjonelt. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift.  ISSN 0802-7285.  21(2-3), s 78- 79
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2009). The Future of Tokelau: Decolonizing Agendas 1975-2006. The Contemporary Pacific.  ISSN 1043-898X.  21(2), s 392- 394
  • Hoem, Ingjerd (2007). Ansikt til ansikt:Konfliktrådsmegling mellom gjerningsperson og offer i voldssaker. Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift.  ISSN 0802-7285.  (3/4), s 311- 312

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Published Sep. 20, 2010 2:50 PM - Last modified Feb. 6, 2013 10:06 AM

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