News from the Department of Anthropology
In partnership with @hicontemporary, join us on May 9, 10am HST, for Navigating the In-Between: Oceania in the Pacific Century! A diverse panel of scholars will join Dr. Homi K. Bhabha, @Harvard, to expand his reflections of a ʻPacific Century.’
The first article of my proposed special issue Health Justice in Diversity is out! Glad to have this opportunity to be their editor. This is really a good piece having reflections on Taiwan’s African diplomacy and medical missions. https://t.co/oRpopUo6ry
Health for Whom, from Where, and by What? Story(ies) About a Medical Mission from Taiwan to Africa. Written by Chia-Shuo Tang. https://t.co/cXHkcSDePU
🎓Congrats to Dr. Maura Stephens-Chu on the successful defense of her dissertation
Conceal at All Costs:
Lived Experiences of #Menstruation in Japan
On June 2nd at 10:00 AM EST, 5:00 PM EEST, the Foundation will be hosting a second installment of, “Proposal Writing for the Wenner-Gren Foundation: Applying for an Engaged Research Grant”. https://t.co/pGAYMYnyDe
Tis the season of defenses and leis, and this ti leaf one is extra special bc it was handmade by my student 🙏🏼
Congrats to Katriel Wong on successfully defending her MA @ManoaAnthro!
DONT MISS THIS! Happening tomorrow at 2pm HST!
Chronicling Transitions: Documentarians and Writers, from
East-West Center, Michigan State University, and the UH Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Featuring Emily Hong, Kalyanee Mam, Tosca Santoso, and moderated by Kelsey Wagner https://t.co/fLy8aRmWPO
As part of the Southeast Asian In Transition: 2022 Webinar Series, UH-CSEAS and partners are hosting a webinar on "Chronicling transitions: Documentarians and Writers" on April 26, 2022 at 2:00pm HST.
Registration link here:
🚨In just one week!🚨 Please join us for the Plantation After/Lives Symposium, Friday April 29th, on Zoom. Free and open to the public. Registration details and event schedule: https://t.co/Ccach3XzFT
Near UCLA? Join Dr. Abinales for a discussion on "The Twilight of Philippine Democracy?: A Primer on Philippine Elections" May 6 (10am-12pm PST). It will take account of broad questions about Philippine democracy, how national shifts are informed by local ones in Mindanao areas.
Before summer's distractions, come join our final Spring CJS online seminar with Prof. Petrice Flowers:
Gender Representation in Japan’s National and International Diplomacy
April 27, 2022, 12:00pm HST
@CALL_UHManoa @spas_uhm @uhmpolisci
Shalinee Kumari shares her Mother Earth and COVID during her keynote address with Susan Wadley
If you happen to be in the area, join the talk by our UH CSEAS Center Director Dr. Miriam Stark and Interim Associate Director Dr. Piphal Heng on "Introduction to Angkor Civilization" at Mark Twain Neighborhood Library on Thursday May 5th, 2022 at 5:30pm.
Ben Shaw on early Lapita interactions with PNG
Frontier Lapita interaction with resident Papuan populations set the stage for initial peopling of the Pacific
Nature Ecology & Evolution - Excavation in Island New Guinea reveals features associated with the Pacific Lapita ...
Pierre-Yves Le Meur and Alexander Mawyer discuss the feature of an anthropology of the state to push against long-circulating or established representations of non-developed or non-western states as diminished, weak or imperfectly realized. Read more here https://t.co/UXqvoo9q8m
Join us tomorrow for "Our Clean Energy Future" with Leah Stokes, author of Short Circuiting Policy, which examines the role of utilities in undermining regulation and promoting climate denial. Register here: https://t.co/ZcEHeznSqg. @uh_btss @UHawaiiNews
Tomorrow's Symposium Schedule:
(Hawai‘i Standard Time) https://t.co/LI2PncwyGe
Here is the program for Wednesday the 20th
Our newsletters is out. In our third issue of Spring semester, we share highlights from our UH 'ohana, and the latest events, conferences, funding, jobs, and workshop opportunities.
Spring Issue 4, April 14, 2022 link here:
Retweeting in my capacity as Graduate Chair @ManoaAnthro. Great resource, along with her book proposal book📚 https://t.co/Ev3x03FYeU
It’s impossible to guarantee that your dream press will want to publish your book, but by avoiding these pitfalls you can greatly reduce your chances of rejection and hopefully at least make it to the peer review stage at the presses that make sense for your project.
This is guaranteed to be an event. Hope some @ManoaAnthro students can make it (NOT limited to medical anthropologists, btw) https://t.co/vH6dJarmjz
SMA Workshop: The Guerilla Job Market
Thursday, April 21 at 2 p.m. EDT
🔍 @ManoaAnthro's Miriam Stark awarded $318K to study the people of Angkor, Cambodia - The research team will conduct mapping, excavating and post-fieldwork analysis in the Angkorian site of Prasat Baset in Battambang Province ➡️ https://t.co/0u3uylsliJ #UHMResearch
Now that the metaverse made virtual worlds cool again, I'm dusting off my course. If you're at @uhmanoa or @UHEsport give it a spin this fall!
The 10th annual CPIS Student Conference is now underway!
Mahalo to Dr. Alex Mawyer for welcoming remarks, and to Halena Kapuni-Reynolds and Jermy Uowolo for conducting opening protocol.
And mahalo to Dr. Keitch L. Camacho for delivering today's keynote address!