Staff Research Outcomes

Communication Arts

Department of Communication Arts

Staff Research Outcome
Rohan Ashley Vincent

Vincent, R. A. (2009). An audience analysis on the glorification of the mafia in films, with special reference to the movie - The Godfather (Unpublished master's thesis). Madras Christian College, Chennai, India.

Vincent, R. A. (2009). A study on the decline in press freedom in Sri Lanka, with a focus on the final stages of the civil war (Unpublished master's thesis). University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia.

Patrick Matbob

Sagrista, M., & Matbob, P. (2016). The digital divide in Papua New Guinea: Implications for journalism students. Pacific Journalism Review, 22(2), 20-34.

Matbob, P., & Gesch, P. (2015). The Pacific Marine Industrial Zone and the village: Strategies to convert resource boom into development. Paper presented at 2015 PNG Update, University of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, June 18-19.

Matbob, P. (2015). China and the Pacific: The view from Oceania. Paper presented at conference organized by the National University of Samoa, Apia, Samoa, February 25-27.

Matbob, P. (2014). ‘We are not anti-Asians, just victims of poor governance': A media perspective. In P. D’Arcy, P. Matbob & L. Crowl (Eds.), Pacific Asia investment in resource development (pp. 51-79). Canberra: ANU.

D’Arcy P., Matbob, P. & Crowl, L. (Eds). (2014). Pacific Asia partnerships in resource development. Canberra: ANU.

May, R., Matbob, P. & Papoutsaki, E. (2013). New Guinea. In G. Baldacchino (Ed.), The political economy of divided islands (pp. 34-57). Canada: Palgrave Macmillan.

Matbob, P. (2012). Vot tru o sans moni. Contemporary PNG Studies DWU Research Journal, 16, 52-63.

Matbob, P. (2011). Elections and corruption: The ‘Highlandisation’ of voting in the Madang Open and provincial electorates. In R. May, R. Anere, N. Haley & K. Wheen (Eds.), Election 2007: The shift to Limited Preferential Voting in PNG (pp. 357-375). Port Moresby: NRI & SSGM.

Matbob, P. (2011). Media advocating for democracy. In E. Papoutsaki, M. McManus & P. Matbob (Eds.), Communication, culture & society: Yu tok wanem (pp. 43-47).  Madang: DWU Press.

Matbob, P. (2011). Reflecting on media research and the experience of teaching communication research in PNG. In E. Papoutsaki, M. McManus & P. Matbob (Eds.), Communication, culture & society: Yu tok wanem (pp. 199-204). Madang: DWU Press.

Matbob, P. (2011). The state of investigative journalism and the growing impact of new media in supporting communication research in PNG. In E. Papoutsaki, M. McManus & P. Matbob (Eds.), Communication, culture and society in PNG: You tok wanem? (pp. 20-29). Madang: DWU Press.

Papoutsaki, E., McManus M., & Matbob, P. (Eds.). (2011). Communication, culture and society in PNG: You tok wanem? Madang: DWU Press.

Matbob P. & Papoutsaki E. (2008). Reporting West Papua’s independence movement in the Papua New Guinean press. In E. Papoutsaki & U. S. Harris (Eds.), South Pacific Islands communication: Regional perspectives, local issues (pp. 135-151). Singapore: AMIC.

Matbob P. (2007). Post-Courier and media advocacy: A new era in Papua New Guinea journalism? Pacific Journalism Review, 13, 87-104. Paper presented at the second joint JEANZ / JEA conference. Auckland, December 2006.

Matbob, P. (2006). The challenges of the provincial governments system in PNG: The need for strengthening decentralisation. Contemporary PNG Studies DWU Research Journal, 4, 1-9.

Matbob, P. & Papoutsaki, E. (2006). West Papuan ‘independence’ and the Papua New Guinea press. Pacific Journalism Review, 12, 87-105.

Alphonse Aime

Aime, A. (2016). Unwrapping the social and cultural meaning of garamut (slit-drum) of Papua New Guinea. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 25, 54-66.

Aime, A. G. Vilakiva, P, Cass & Paoutsaki, E. (2011). Tok bilong ol grassruts: Tok Pisin & Wantok. In E. Papoutsaki, M. McManus & P. Matbob (Eds.), Communication, Culture & Society in Papua New Guinea. Yu tok Wanem? pp. 39-61. Madang: DWU Press.

Aime, A. (2009). Are modern forms of governance compatible with traditional forms? The National Research Institute Special Publication, 56, 73-83. Community transformation - Unlocking the Development Potential of the People.

Aime, A. (2008). Symbols of life and death in traditional Melanesia: How they are communicated and interpreted. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 9, 46-55

Aime, A. (2006). The dilemma and challenges of educational leadership in Papua New Guinea. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 4, 60-71.
Stephanie Tapungu Tapungu, S. (2012). Communicating leadership as a woman in Papua New Guinea using the theory of planned behaviour (Unpublished master's thesis). University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
Maria Rodina Sagrista

Gibbs, P., Sagrista, M. (2017). Human development opportunities for Manam islanders. Paper presented at PNG Update, Port Moresby, August 10-11. 

Gibbs, P., Sagrista, M. (2017). Manam refugees: 12 years later [DVD documentary]. DVD documentary presented at Human Rights Festival of Papua New Guinea. October 14, Port Moresby.

Sagrista, M., & Matbob, P. (2016). Digital divide in Papua New Guinea: Implications for journalism students. Pacific Journalism Review, 22(2), 20-34.

Sagrista, M., Gibbs, P. (2016). Countering sorcery-related violence in Papua New Guinea [DVD documentary]. DVD documentary presented at Human Rights Festival of Papua New Guinea, October 2016, Port Moresby. 

Sagrista, M.R. (2015). Local solutions to th high level of violence against women accused of sorcery and witchcraft in the highlands of Papua New Guinea (Unpublished master's thesis). Department of Media and Culture Studies, Ultrecht University.

 

PNG Studies and International Relations

Department of PNG Studies and International Relations

Staff Research Outcome
Patrick
Gesch

Gesch, P. (2017). Witchcraft, healing and Christianity. Paper delivered at SVD conference in Manila.

Gesch, P. (2016 in-press). Sanguma as religious: Witchcraft in Madang province PNG as a treshold of dangerous powers. Ethos.

Gesch, P., & Manineng, G. (2016 in-press). Male circumcision in ritual context for HIV prevention. BMC: Public Health.

Gesch, P. & Matbob, P. (2016). The Pacific Marine Industrial Zone and the village: Strategies to convert resource boom into development. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 24, 71-85.

Matbob, P. & Gesch, P. (2015). The Pacific Marine Industrial Zone and the village: Strategies to convert resource boom into development. Paper presented at 2015 PNG Update, University of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, June 18-19.

Gesch, P. & Julius, J. (2015). The Haus Man cleansing at Nahu Rawa. In: M. Forsyth & R. Eves (Eds.). Talking it through: Responses to sorcery and witchcraft beliefs and practices in Melanesia (pp. 131-136). Candberra: ANU Press.

Gesch, P. (2015). "Talking sanguma": The social process of discernment of evil in two Sepik societies. In: M. Forsyth & R. Eves (Eds.). Talking it through: Responses to sorcery and witchcraft beliefs and practices in Melanesia (pp. 111-129). Candberra: ANU Press.

Gesch, P. (2005). Review of the book Leviathans at the gold mine: Creating indigenous and corporate actors in Papua New Guinea by A. Golub. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal23, 93-95.

Paol, L. Y. & Gesch, P. (2011). Organization takes the spoils. In: May et al. (Ed.). Election 2007: The shift to Limited Preferential Voting in PNG (pp. 45-59). Canberra: State Society and Gevernance.

Gesch, P. (2010). Working our of two mindsets: Critical methodology and PNG village traditional ways. In: C.M. Cusack and C. Hartney (Eds.). Religion and retributive logic: Essays in honour of Professor Garry W. Trompf (pp. 43-64)

Gesch, P. (2009). Meeting as outrage in the history of missions in the South Pacific. In P. Gesch (Ed.). Violence and mission: Healing the lasting damage (pp. 49-62). Madang: DWU Press.

Gesch, P. (Ed.). (2009). Violence and mission: Healing the lasting damage. Madang: DWU Press.

Gesch, P. (2006). A response to the Purgatory and the mire tree article. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 4, 114-116.

Gesch, P. (2005). ‘We have our own ways too’ – the dilemma of reconstruction on Bougainville. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 2, 93-102.

Gesch, P. (2005). Review of the book The unseen city by S. Dinnen. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal2, 107-109.

Gesch, P. (2004). Nation-making in Public Tank, Sisiak. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 1, 97-106.

Gesch, P. (2002). Land via exchange partners: a report on a land ownership mechanism from Negrie East Sepik Province. In: N. Sullivan (Ed.). Culture and progress (pp. 69-78). Madang: Divine Word University.

Gesch, P. (2001). Cultural resistance movements. In L. N. Mercado (Ed.). Old cultures, renewed religions: The search for cultural identity in a changing world (pp. 30-44). Manila: Logos Publications

Gesch, P. (2001). On conversation from the global to the local: Going beyond one's best understanding in Sepik initiation. In C.M. Cusack & P. Oldmeadow (Eds). The end of religions? Religions in an age of globalization (pp. 3-20). Sydney: University of Sydney.

Gesch, P., Murphy, A. & Young, D.W. (2000). "I know pineapples". A view from elementary schools in Wewak, Madang, Enga and Mt Hagen towards university. In Proceedings of the Third Huon Seminar (pp. 19-25). Lae: The Papua New Guinea University of Technology.

Gesch, P., Noke, J. &  Young, D.W. (2000). Evaluation of the work of Caritas Bougainville Rehabilitation Program with special attention to youth, women and education. Unpublished report to Caritas Australia. Madang: Divine Word University.

Gesch, P. (1999, May 28). A Sepik village adapts to town. Post-Courier, p. 22.

Gesch, P. (1998). The Catholic Higher Education Association. In N. Worku (Ed.). Proceedings of the Summit on Higher Educatoin in Papua New Guinea: Ahead Vission 2005. Boroko: Commission for Higher Education.

Gesch, P. (1998). Ozeanien, Religionsgeschichte. Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche, 7, pp. 1241-2. Freiburg: Verlag Herder.

Gesch, P. (1996). "There can be no black no white": A missionary looks at Sepik culture. Verbum Nos. 1-2, 93-118.

Gesch, P. (1995, January 27). Boys on way to manhood. Post-Courier Weekend Magazine, pp. 25-27.

Gesch, P. (1994). Conversation on initiation. In P. Gesch (Ed.). Culture, gospel and church. Madang: Divine Word Institute.

Gesch, P. (1994). Miracles, bibles and world dominations. In P. Gesch (Ed.). Culture, gospel and church. Madang: Divine Word Institute.

Gesch, P. (Ed.). (1994). Culture, gospel and church. Madang: Divine Word Intitute.

Gesch, P. (Ed.). (1994). Gospel transformations. Madang: Divine Word Intitute.

Gesch, P. (1992). Ethnische Religionen: Papua‑Neuguinea. In. M. Tworuschka & U. Tworuschka (Eds). Religionen der Welt: Grundlagen, Entwicklung und Bedeutung in der Gegenwart (pp. 425-426). München: Bertelsmann Lexikon Verlag.

Gesch, P. (1992). Review of the book Sepik heritage: Tradition and change in Papua New Guinea by N. Lutkehaus et al. Anthropos, 87.

Gesch, P. (1991). "I am saved": The ethical dimension. A rejoinder in Melanesia. Catalyst, 21(2), 171-174.

Gesch, P. (1991). Counselling to interpret culture. In Annual Report 1990: Christian Institute of Couselling (pp. 5-6). Goroka: CIC.

Gesch, P. (1991). Secularization in Papua New Guinea. Verbum SVD, 32(3), 235-251.

Gesch, P. (1991). Der Synkretismus einer Dorfreligion. In: H.P. Siller (Ed.). Suchbewegungen. Synkretismus Kulturelle Identität und Kirchliches Bekenntnis. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft.

Gesch, P. (1991). Review of the book Cargo‑Kulte und Holy Spirit Movements. Zur Veränderungs‑ und Widerstandsfähigkeit der traditionalen Religion im Hochland von Papua‑Neuguinea by H. Jebens. Anthropos, 85, 403-413.

Gesch, P. (1990). The cultivation of surprise and excess: The encounter of cultures in the Sepik of Papua New Guinea. In: G.W. Trompf (Ed.). Cargo cults and millenarian \movements (pp.213‑238). Berlin: Mouton/de Gruyter.

Gesch, P. (1990). Inicjacja ludu Negrie w Papui Nowej Gwinei w procesie przemian. In H. Zimon (Ed.). Religie pozachrzescijanskie w procesie przemian (pp.133-144). Warszawa: Verbinum.

Gesch, P. (1990). Review of the book The bishops' progress by M. Taylor Huber. Anthropos, 85, 237-238.

Gesch, P. (1989). Review of the book Kumo by J. Sterly. Anthropos, 84, 317-318.

Gesch, P. (1988). Review of the book Wokmani by M. Stevenson. Anthropos, 83, 641-643.

Gesch, P. (1987). Review of the book Tairora culture by B. Watson. Anthropos, 82, 345-347.

Gesch, P. (1987). Review of the book Hagen saga by M. R. Mennis. Anthropos, 82, 715-716.

Gesch, P. (1985). Initiative and initiation: A cargo cult-type movement in the Sepik against its background in traditional village religion. St. Augustin: Anthropos Institut.

Gesch, P. (1984). Cargo cult: The village‑christian dialogue. In W. Flannery and G.W. Bays (Eds.). Religious movements in Melanesia today (3), Point 4, 1‑13.

Gesch, P. (1883). Initiation and cargo cults: The Peli case. In W. Flannery and G.W. Bays (Eds.). Religious movements in Melanesia today (1), Point 29, 94-103.

Gesch, P. (1982, November 10). Foreigner churchmen should review stand on spirit, magic and initiation. The Times of Papua New Guinea, pp. 22-23.

Gesch, P. (1980). Review of the book Melanesian cargo cults by F. Steinbauer. Catalyst, 10, 128-132.

Gesch, P. (1979). Magic as a process of social discernment. In N. Habel (Ed.). Powers, plumes, and piglets (pp. 137-148). Adelaide: Australian Association of Studies in Religion.

Gesch, P. (1977). The body of your father. Point: Christ in Melanesia, 175-185.

Gesch, P. (1977). Finding your place in God's Word. Point: Christ in Melanesia, 50-60.

Kuias
Gordian

Kuias, G. (2005). Gutpela Sindaun Committee: Peace and conflict mediation at Divine Word University (Unpublished master's thesis). Divine Word University, Madang, Papua New Guinea.

Bernard Yegiora

Yegiora B. (2011). Soft power as an analytical tool in the case of rising China (Unpublished master's thesis). Jilin University of China, Changchun, People Republic of China.

Social and Religious Studies

Department of Social and Religious Studies

Staff Research Outcome
Miriam
Dlugosz
Dlugosz, M. (2015). Challenges faced by married couples today in Kompiam-Ambum District, Enga. Paper presentation at Melanesian Institute Marriage and Family Life Symposium in Goroka.
Harry
Gahare
Gahare, H. (2015). Mindset and attitute change: A challenge to national development and beyond. Paper presentation at Waigani Seminar in Port Moresby, August 19-21.
Isikiel
Betty
Isikiel, B. (2015). Family as a craddle of affection: The contrast between patriarchal and egalitarian models in modern PNG context. Paper presentation at Melanesian Institute Marriage and Family Life Symposium in Goroka.

Iwona Kolodziejczyk

Anderson, P., & Kolodziejczyk, I. (2017). Academic writing: Good writers wanting to be better. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 26, 67-79.  

Kolodziejczyk, I., Kuzma, J. (2016). Biomedical dilemmas among medical students in PNG: Mixed method study. Paper presented at the International Multidisciplinary Research Conference, Colombo, Sri Lanka, February 2-3.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2015). Mixed methods for study of gender issues in access, application, and attitudes toward ICT in higher education institutions in Papua New Guinea. Sage Open (April-June), 1-15. Doi: 0.1177/2158244015581017.

Kuzma, J., & Kolodziejczyk, I. (2015). Assessment of patient satisfaction from health services at differnet wards of Modilon General Hospital. BMC Research Notes (in press).

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2014). ‘Digital garamut’ and women in Papua New Guinea: Women’s empowerment through education and ICT in the PNG context. International Journal of Liberal Arts and Social Science, 2(7), 45-58.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2014). Postcolonial technoscience at a university campus: ICT as catalyst of change for postcolonial education in Papua New Guinea. International Journal of Education and Research, 2(7), 99-114.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2013). ‘Digital garamut' and women in Papua New Guinea: Women empowerment through education and ICT in the PNG context. Paper presented at 8th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Conference in Prague, Czech Republic.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2013). Applied research and evaluation methods: Book of readings. Unpublished manuscript, Flexible Learning Centre, Divine Word University, Madang, Papua New Guinea.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2012). Gender issues in access, application and attitudes toward information communication technology in higher education institutions in Papua New Guinea. Unpublished PhD thesis, Divine Word Univeristy, Madang, PNG.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2011). 'Digital garamut versus the globalized world': Challenges and aspirations in the application of ICTs in higher education institutions in Papua New Guinea. Paper presented at International Academic Forum (IAFOR) Educational Conference in Osaka, Japan.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2009). ICT for education: The way ahead but how. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 11, 26-38.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2009). 'Digital kundu' – hopes and obstacles of PNG higher education students. Paper presented at ANU Pacific Studies conference in Canberra, Australia.

Kolodziejczyk, I. (2009). A personal philosophy of teaching. DWU Quality Assurance Bulletin 1(4).

Jose Kurian

Orathinkal, J & Kurian, J. (2014). Active catholic laity survey on family life. Catholic
Reporter.

Kurian, J. (2006). Bridging the gap between history and faith. Christian Orient: A Journal of Eastern Churches for Creative Theological Thinking, 28, 19-33.

Kurian, J. (2005). Interpreting Jesus: History and faith in the quest for the historical Jesus: 1985-2000 (Unpublished Doctoral dissertation). Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.

Kurian, J. (2000). ‘Real Jesus’, ‘historical Jesus’ and ‘earthly Jesus’: An analysis of terminology (Unpublished master's thesis). Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.

Kurian, J. (2000). John P. Maier as a Jesus researcher (Unpublished master's thesis). Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, Belgium.

Francis
Mahap

Mahap, F. (2015). Devolution of powers and service delivery. Paper presentation at Waigani Seminar in Port Moresby, August 19-21.
Monika Sikas

Sikas, M. (2011). Women, kastom and modernity in Papua New Guinea. Paper presented at symposium, The National Parliament House, Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.

Sikas, M. (2010). Traditional women leadership in patriarchal society: Mushu and Kairiru islands. Unpublished master thesis, Divine Word University, Papua New Guinea.

 

Governance and Leadership

Department of Governance and Leadership.

Staff Research Outcome
 Elly Kale          

Gibbs, P., & Kalle, E. (2017). Completion in flexible learning. PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 26, 56-66. 

Kalle, E. (2017). Health service delivery on Karkar island, Madang province, Papua New Guinea. Paper presented at PNG Update, Port Moresby, August 10-11.

Kalle, E. (2015). Resource exploitation and economic development in Papua New Guinea: Theory, empirical evidence and policy. Unpublished master's thesis, China University of Geosciences, Wuhan, People's Republic of China

 Philip Gibb s

Gibbs, P., Sagrista, M. (2017). Human development opportunities for Manam islanders. Paper presented at PNG Update, Port Moresby, August 10-11. 

Gibbs, P., Sagrista, M. (2017). Manam refugees: 12 years later [DVD documentary]. DVD documentary presented at Human Rights Festival of Papua New Guinea. October 14, Port Moresby.

Gibbs, P.& Kalle, E. (2017). Completion in flexible learning. PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 26, 56-66.

Gibbs, P. (2016 in press). Mens’ matters: Changing masculine identities in Papua New Guinea. Contemporary Anthropology

Gibbs, P. (2016). Second chance: Caring for HIV-infected mothers and their children in Mendi, Papua New Guinea. In N. McPherson (Ed.). Missing the mark? Women and the millenium development goals in Africa and Oceania (pp. 74-95). Bradford, Ontario: Demeter Press. 

Sagrista, M. & Gibbs, P. (2016). Countering sorcery-related violence in Papua New Guinea [DVD documentary]. DVD documentary presented at Human Rights Festival of Papua New Guinea, October 2016, Port Moresby. 

Gibbs, P. (2016). "I could be the last man": Changing masculinities in Enga society. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, 17(3-4), 324-341. DOI: 10.1080/14442213.2016.1179783 

Gibbs, P., Aiwe, M., Tia, A.D., & Wangihama, E. (2016). Quality of life and development challenges in a Middle Ramu communityContemporary DWU Research Journal, 25, 1-12. 

Gibbs, P. (2016). Grave business in Enga. Journal of the Polynesian Society, 125(2), 115-132. DOI:http://dx.doi.org/10.15286/jps.125.2.115-132  

Gibbs, P. (2016). Money is making us poor: Developement challenges in a Middle Ramu community. Paper presented at PNG Update 2016, Port Moresby.

Gibbs, P. (2016). Basic rules of Enga spelling [Appendix 6]. In P. Wiessner (Ed.). Enga culture & community wisdom from the past (252-253). Enga Provincial Government and Tradition and Transition Fund. 

Gibbs, P. (2015). Hardly fair: Gender equity during the 2012 Papua New Guinea National Elections in the Wabag Open electorate. Catalyst, 45(1), 43-60.

Gibbs, P. (2015). Confronting sorcery violence in PNG. Policy Forum, ANU Canberra. Available at: http://www.policyforum.net/confronting-sorcery-accusation-violence-in-png/ 

Gibbs, P. & Logan, S. (2015). Using mobile phones to track anti-witchcraft violence in Papua New Guinea. Brief, 19, Australian National University. Available at: http://ips.cap.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/IB-2015-19-Logan%2BGibbs-ONLINE.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2015). Practical church interventions on sorcery and witchcraft violence in the PNG highlands. In R. Eves & M. Forsyth (Eds.), Talking it through: The problems and victims of sorcery and witchcraft practices and beliefs in Melanesia (pp. 309-327). Canberra, Australia: ANU Press.

Gibbs, P. & Worth, H. (2015). Eating coffee candy: HIV risk at Huli funerals. In R. R. Watson (Ed.), Health of HIV infected people, 2, 19-29. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-800767-9.00002-9

Gibbs, P. (2015). Beyond the fence: Confronting witchcraft accusations in the Papua New Guinea highlands.  International Bulletin of Missionary Research, 39(1), pp. 8-11.

Gibbs, P. (2014). Papua New Guinea. In Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Practices (2nd ed). (Vol. 3, pp. 637-647).

Gibbs, P., Eves, R., Haley, N., May, R.J., Cox, J., Merlan, F., & Rumsey, A. (2014). Tale of two speakers: Culture and religious hermeneutics. In Purging parliament: A new Christian politics in Papua New Guinea? (pp 9-12). SSGM Discussion Paper 2004/1. Canberra: ANU. Available at: http://ips.cap.anu.edu.au/sites/default/files/SSGM-DP-2014-1-Eves-et-al-ONLINE.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2014). Disability and pastoral theology. In N. Schwarz (Ed.), The Callan Services in PNG and Melanesian Institute Disability Symposium White Paper: A guide to future disability-related research in PNG (pp. 30-34). [Occasional Paper, No. 15]. Goroka: Melanesian Institute.

Gibbs, P. (2013). Election audit by the Catholic Church in the PNG highlands. In N. Schwartz (Ed.). The politics of give & take: The 2012 Papua New Guinea national election. Point, 37, 197-209. Goroka: The Melanesian Institute.

Gibbs, P. (2013). Encountering difference: Interculturality and contextual theology. Verbum SVD, 54(1), 75-89.

Gibbs, P. (2013). "Thy Kingdom Come": Political holiness for Papua New Guinea. In H. F. Bergin (Ed.). From North to South: Southern scholars engage with Edward Schillebeeckx. Adelaide: ATF Theology.

Gibbs, P. (2012). Indigenous spirituality: Expanding the view. In G. Hall & J. Hendriks (Eds.). Dreaming a new earth: Raimon Panikkar and indigenous spiritualities (pp. 55-67). Mosaic Press.

Gibbs, P. (2012). La fragilité dans un État fragile. Spiritus, 208, 322-335.

Gibbs, P. (2012). Mission and culture: The SVD connection. In S. Bevans (Ed.). Mission and culture: The Louis J. Luzbetak lectures (pp. 291-310). Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.

Gibbs, P. (2012). Engendered violence and witch-killing in Simbu. In M. Jolly, C Stewart & C. Brewer (Eds.). Engendering Violence in Papua New Guinea (pp. 107-136). Canberra: Australian National University E-Press. Available at: http://epress.anu.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/ch032.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2012). Land as legacy. Catalyst, 42(1), 1-11.

Gibbs, P. (2012). The context of God's mission in Papua New Guinea: Intercultural relations and an SVD tradition.  Verbum SVD, 53(1), 69-84.

Gibbs, P. Basse, L. & Warr, T. (2012). PMIZ: Promise and plight. Contemporary PNG Studies: DWU Research Journal, 16, 37-51.

Gibbs, P. 2011). Getting to know our neighbours. Common Theology, 3(2), 5-9.

Gibbs, P. (2011). LPV in Enga: The Wabag Open Electorate. In M. Anere & H. Wheen (Eds.). Election 2007 (pp. 261-284). Port Moresby: National Research Institute. Available at: http://www.nri.org.pg/publications/Recent%20Publications/2011%20Publications/ELECTION%202007%20150711.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2011). Enga Tindi Pii: The real world and creative imagination. In A. Rumsey & D. Niles (Eds.). Sung tales from the Papua New Guinea highlands (pp. 151-164). Canberra: Australian National University E Press.

Gibbs, P. & Borchard, T. (2011). Parallelism in Ipili chanted tales. In A. Rumsey & D. Niles (Eds.). Sung tales from the Papua New Guinea highlands (pp. 165-196). Canberra: Australian National University E Press.

Gibbs, P. (2010). Emerging indigenous theologies in Oceania. Concilium, 5, 34-44.

Gibbs, P. (2010). Witch-killing and engendered violence in Simbu. Catalyst, 40(1), 24-64.

Gibbs, P. (2009). Violence and living prophetic dialogue. In P. Gesch (Ed.) Mission and violence: Healing the lasting damage (pp. 137-143). Madang: DWU Press.

Gibbs, P. & Wailoni, J. (2009). Sorcery and a Christian response in the East Sepik. In F. Zocca (Ed.). Sanguma in Paradise. Point, 33, 55-96. Papua New Guinea: Melanesian Institute.

Gibbs, P. (2009). Sorcery and AIDs in Simbu, East Sepik and Enga. Occasional Paper, 2. Port Moresby: National Research Institute.

Gibbs, P. (2009). Forces of death and the promise of life in Papua New Guinea. Australian E-Journal of Theology, 14. Available at http://www.acu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/197690/Gibbs_-_Death_and_Life_PNG.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2009). Making sense of HIV and AIDS: Community conversation in the Papua New Guinea Context. Catalyst, 39(2), 56-70.

Gibbs, P. (2009). Gender voice through photos. In Papua New Guinea Yearbook 2009.

Gibbs, P. & Mondu, M. (2009). The context of HIV transmission during the 2007 elections in the Enga Province, Papua New Guinea. Catalyst, 39(2), 135-157.

Gibbs, P. (2008). Healing in the context of HIV and AIDS in Papua New Guinea. Available at http://aejt.com.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/106914/Gibbs_Health_Healing_and_AIDS_in_PNG.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2008). Tribal conflict: Churches persevere in seeking solutions. In B. Gomez (Ed.). Papua New Guinea Yearbook 2008. Port Moresby: The National and Cassowary Books.

Gibbs, P. & Wailoni, J.J. (2008). Sorcery among the Plains Arapesh. Anthropos, 103, 149-158.

Gibbs, P. & D.W. Young. (2007). Churches and peace building in the Papua New Guinea highlands: Research report. Port Moresby: PNG Church Partnership Program.

Gibbs. P. (2007). Culture and faith: The contribution of the Melanesian Institute, Papua New Guinea. In L. Plutnicov, P. Brown & V. Sutlive (Eds.). Anthroplogy’s debt to missionaries (pp. 117-136). Ethnology Monographs, 20. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh.

Gibbs, P. (2007). Bountiful harvest: The churches in Papua New Guinea. Occasional Paper 13. Goroka: Melanesian Institute.

Gibbs, P. (2007). Chanted tales. In B. Gomez (Ed.). Papua New Guinea Yearbook, 2007 (pp. 47-51). Port Moresby: The National and Cassowary Books.

Gibbs. P. (2006). Narrative and context in a practical theology for Papua New Guinea. Available at: http://aejt.com.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/378603/AEJT_9.16_Gibbs_Narrative_and_Context.pdf

Gibbs, P. & Petrus, P. (2006). Impairments and social disability in Yagaria (Lufa) Papua New Guinea: Research Report. Goroka: Melanesian Institute

Gibbs, P. (2006). Papua New Guinea. In Encyclopaedia of Politics and Religion. Washington: CQ Press. Available at http://library.cqpress.com/epr/document.php?id=encypr2-PapuaNewGuinea

Gibbs, P. (2006). Papua New Guinea. In M. Ernst (Ed.). Globalization and the re-shaping of Christianity in the Pacific Islands (pp. 81-158). Suva: Pacific Theological College.

Gibbs, P. (2006). The reception of ecclesia in Oceania. In P. Gibbs (Ed.). Alive in Christ. Point 30 (pp 160-181). (Available also: http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/37047/20081020-1405/www.acu.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/92524/A_Synod_and_a_Pastoral_Plan.pdf)

Gibbs, P. (Ed.). (2006). Alive in Christ. Point, 30. Goroka, Papua New Guinea: Melanesian Intitute.

Gibbs, P. (2006). Kumanda: Death and pastoral care – a Christian Enga perspective. Catalyst, 35 (1), 81-99.

Gibbs, P. (2006). Limited Preferential Voting and Enga political culture. Catalyst, 35(1), 3-25.

Gibbs, P. (2005). Resistance and hope in a theology of land for Papua New Guinea. Available at http://pandora.nla.gov.au/pan/37047/20051019-0000/dlibrary.acu.edu.au/research/theology/ejournal/aejt_5/practheol_gibbs.htm

Gibbs, P. (2005). Political discourse and religious narratives of church and state in Papua New Guinea. Available at http://ips.cap.anu.edu.au/ssgm/papers/working_papers/05_01wp_Gibbs.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2005). Finding faith in the city: Inculturation and the urban experience of Engan catholics. In R.J. Kisala (Ed.). Urbanization and mission in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 211-245). Manila: Logos Publications.

Gibbs, P. (2005). Grassroots in paradise: Contextual theology for Papua New Guinea. The Melanesian Journal of Theology, 21(1) 37-62.

Gibbs, P. (2005). "You will have a baby and I’ll climb a tree": Gender relations perceived through Enga proverbs and sayings about women. Catalyst 35(1), 15-33.

Gibbs, P. (2005). Rites of passage: Oceanic Rites. In L. Jones (Ed.). Encyclopedia of religion (Vol. 11, pp. 7806-7810). USA: Macmillan Reference.

Gibbs. P. (2005). Oceanic religions: New religious movement. In L. Jones (Ed.). Encyclopedia of religion (Vol. 10, pp. 6794-6799). USA: Macmillan Reference.

Gibbs, P. (2004). Changing perceptions of a missionary-researcher. In J. Berker & A. Howard (Eds.). Back in the filed again; Long term fieldwork Oceanic Anthropology [Special issue] Pacific Studies, 27(3-4), 61-80.

Gibbs, P. (2004). Its in teh blood. South Pacific Journal of Mission Studies, 31, 22-27. (Reprinted in Catalyst, 34(2), 129-139. Reprinted in Verbum SVD, 46(2), 151-161. Reprinted in Sedos Bulletin 2005, 117-121).

Gibbs, P. (2004). Growth, decline and confusion: Church affiliation in Papua New Guinea. Catalyst, 34(2), 164-184.

Gibbs, P. (2004). Politics and the mission of the church in Oceania. East Asian Pastoral Review, 41(3), 223-239.

Gibbs, P. (2004). The God Triwan Movement: Inculturation Enga style. Catalyst, 34(1), 3-23.

Gibbs, P. (2004). Politics, religion and the churches: The 2002 election in Papua New Guinea. Available at http://ips.cap.anu.edu.au/ssgm/papers/working_papers/04_02wp_Gibbs.pdf

Gibbs, P. (2004). Missionary intervention and Melanesian values in Papua New Guinea. In C.K. Pullpilly et al. (Eds.). Christianity and native cultures: Perspectives from different regions of the world (pp. 229-262). Notre Dame: Cross Cultural Publications.

Gibbs, P. (2004). Democracy and Enga political culture. In P. Gibbs, N. Halley & A. McLeod (Eds). Politicking in the Highlands: The 2002 Papuan New Guinea National Elections (SSGM Discussion Paper, Vol. 1, pp. 2-15). Canberra: ANU Press.

Gibbs, P. (2003). Perceptions of causes of disabilities in Wosera, East Sepik Province. Catalyst, 33(2), 149-181.

Gibbs, P. & Lakane, J. (2003). Haves and have-nots: The 2002 elections in the Enga Province, PNG. Catalyst, 33(2), 96-116.

Gibbs, P. (2003). Moral muddle: The missions and traditional Enga values. Catalyst, 33(1), 61-91.

Gibbs, P. (2002). Rescuing the memory of people in Papua New Guinea. Available at http://missionstudies.org/archive/rescue/gibbs.htm

Gibbs, P. (2002). Inculturation and the urban faith experience of Engan catholics. Catalyst, 32(2), 165-196.

Gibbs, P. (200). Religion and religious institutions as defining factors in Papua New Guinea politics. Development Bulletin, 59, 15-18.

Gibbs, P. (2002). Pearls in the deep: Inculturation and ecclesia in Oceania. Catalyst, 32(1), 94-111. (Reprinted in Sedos Bulletin, 36(1), 32-40. Available at http://aejt.com.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0011/395651/AEJT_3.9_Gibbs.pdf)

Gibbs, P. (2002). The place of mission in Oceania today. In T. Malipurathu & L. S. Gujarat (Eds.). The church in mission: Universal mandate and local concerns (pp. 247-264). India: Anand Press.

Gibbs, P. (2001). Religion and politics in Papua New Guinea (1997-2000). Point, 24, 155-174.

Gibbs, P. (2001). New religious groups in Papua New Guinea. In L.N. Mercado (Ed.). Old cultures, renewed religions: The search for cultural identity in a changing world (pp. 65-88). Manila: Logos Publications.

Gibbs, P. (2001). Ol singising Enga. Kulele, 3, 51-63.

Gibbs, P. (2000). Evangelisation with proverbs and sayings. Verbum SVD, 41(1), 151-160. (Reprinted in Catalyst, 30(2), 185-196. Reprinted as Evangelizzare con i detti e i proverbi. Ad Gentes, 4,(2), 265-274.

Gibbs, P. (2000). Missionaries and culture. Verbum SVD, 41(1), 91-104 (Reprinted in Catalyst, 31(1), 2-18. Reprinted in Ishvani Documentation and Mission Digest, 18(2), 210-221. Reprinted in Sedos Bulletin 2000. Available on www.sedos.org.)

Gibbs, P. (1999). The transformation of culture as new evangelisation (for the third millennium in Oceania). Studia Missionalia, 48, 327-345.

Gibbs, P. (1999). Transforming humanity from within:Inculturation as a challenge for evangelisation in Papua New Guinea. Compass, 33(2), 16-20.

Gibbs, P. (1998). The religious factor in Papua New Guinea politics. Catalyst, 28(1), 27-51.

Gibbs, P. (1997). Bokis Kontrak: An Engan Ark of the Covenant. Catalyst, 27(2), 147-164.

Gibbs, P. (1996). An Old Testament story becomes our story. In SVD Word in the world 1996-1997 (pp. 136-141). Holand: Steyl Mission Press.

Gibbs, P. (1996). The Word in the third world: Divine revelation in the theology of Jean-Marc Ela, Aloysius Pieris and Gustavo Gutierrez. Rome: Editrice Pontificia Universita Gregoriana.

Gibbs, P. (1995). The Word in the third world: Divine revelation in the theology of Jean-Marc Ela, Aloysius Pieris and Gustavo Gutierrez (Unpublished S.T.D. dissertation). Gregorian University, Rome.

Gibbs, P. (1994). The Gospel of Christ in Enga. In P. Gesch (Ed.), Gospel transformations (pp. 33-41). Madang: Divine Word Institute.

Gibbs, P. (1994). Akali Andake: Reflections on Enga Christology. Catalyst, 24(1), 27-42.

Gibbs, P. (1991). The task of the local church in interpreting relationship between text and context in the theology of Gustavo Gutierrez (Unpublished S.T.L. thesis). Gregorian University, Rome.

Gibbs, P. (1990). Titi Pingi: Theology of an Enga praise poem. Catalyst, 20(2), 117-136.

Gibbs, P. (1988). Lepe: An exercise in horticultural theology. Catalyst, 18(3), 215-234 (Printed also  in ATESEA Occasional Papers, No 8, Doing theology with people's symbols and images, pp. 159-172 by Y.C. Lak & J.C. England, Eds., Singapore). 

Gibbs, P. (1978). Kaunala Tape: Towards a theological reflection on a New Guinea initiation myth (Unpublished master thesis). Catholic Theological Union, Chicago. 

Gibbs, P. (1978). Kepele: A ritual from the Western Highlands of Papua New Guinea. Anthropos, 73, 434-448.

Gibbs, P. (1977). Blood and life in a Melanesian context. Point 1977, 166-177.

Gibbs, P. (1977). The cult from Lyeimi and the Ipili. Oceania, 48, 1-25.

Gibbs, P. (1975). Ipili religion past and present: An account of the traditional religion of the people of the Porgera and Paiela Valleys of Papua New Guinea and how it has changed with the coming of the European and Christianity (Unpublished postgraduate Diploma thesis). University of Sydeny, Sydney. 

Confronting Sorcery Violence in PNG. Policy Forum, ANU Canberra. http://www.policyforum.net/confronting-sorcery-accusation-violence-in-png/

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15286/jps.125.2.115-132