Anthropology at the University of Hawaiʻi
The Department of Anthropology at UH Mānoa emphasizes an integrated approach to social science and humanistic study, using diverse methods that include archaeological, biological, and cultural analysis. Our focus on human diversity promotes global learning and cross-cultural understanding. We are committed to forms of critical inquiry, advocacy, and community engagement that recognize the value of local and regional pasts and contemporary perspectives in a globalizing world, and to developing knowledge of, and for, communities in Hawai'i, Oceania, and Asia. Explore human diversity!
Dismantling Eugenics is a free, online event that reckons with the history of eugenics and acts as a counter-centennial to the Second International Eugenics Congress, held at @AMNH a century ago. https://t.co/RkAWtexmni
Did you miss our awesome roundtable on @bishopmuseum's powerful exhibition (Re)Generations starring Noelle Kahanu, @paleobae @nativemanremade & @KeoluFox? NO YOU DIDN'T! You can watch it here: https://t.co/d9iBZFJkiW Enjoy!
The JPS (sorry, that's "peasant studies" and not "Polynesian Society"!) has a glowing review of UHM Anthro prof @JonathanPadwe 's new book "Disturbed Forests, Fragmented Memories"! https://t.co/9i4HbKTCTv
Warmest congrats to @kerryn_baker on winning this year's @AusPSA Carole Pateman Gender and Politics Book Prize! https://t.co/h69iECKjER
Congratulations to @kerryn_baker for the @AusPSA Carole Pateman Gender and Politics Book Prize for
Pacific Women in Politics: Gender Quota Campaigns in the Pacific Islands
Interesting new article by Ioannidis, Estrada, and others (including Friend Of The Feed @KeoluFox) uses genetics to trace the settlement of Polynesia. https://t.co/zp6jWBs330 -- the write-up of the article quotes UHM Anthro prof Pat Kirch!
image credit: https://t.co/Y6LVWH5cTM
Check out UHM prof and Friend Of The Department @annastirr on the @NepalConversat1 podcast! https://t.co/KOwop6m1Zx. Very cool!
Our dept will be searching for TT geneticist (broad interpretation). Start up is good, salary decent, cost of living low, quality of living very high. Please reach out if you have any questions! Official posting soon. Please share.