News from the Department of Anthropology

‘Sweat and Salt Water,’ a collection of works by my late sister #TeresiaTeaiwa edited by myself, April Henderson & Terence Wesley-Smith is now available from both UH Press & VUW Press. Please share 🥰 🔥🌊🛶https://t.co/5wMhWvXtCT

Here's a well-told story about archaeologists repatriating remains back to Futuna, Vanuatu. https://t.co/QKpkXjgnn8 via @ANU_CHL

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

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!

Join us today from noon-1:15pm for a book talk with Dr. Gonzalez — registration link in Bio. 

In this talk, Dr. Gonzalez will discuss her most recent book, _Empire′s Mistress, Starring Isabel Rosario Cooper_

Congratulations to Mānoa Anthro alum JD Baker and his colleagues on their new publication in Asia Pacific Viewpoint on family engagement plans for Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander STEM students in higher education! https://t.co/ZYaTvHYRP8

Congratulations to Mānoa Anthro alumni Ethan Cochrane, Timothy Rieth, and Darby Filimoehala on their new paper in @PLOSONE on pottery chronology in Island Southeast Asia. Ceramic Deposition? ✅ Funny picture of Ethan in the rain? ✅✅✅ https://t.co/BCqc8M7nM9

ANU's "Evolution of Cultural Diversity" project has PhD money for international students or Pacific Islanders at or going to the ANU. Sounds like a good project and, more importantly, a funded opportunity! #scholarship #pacific https://t.co/a0MeJ2EFD0

Check out this presentation today at 11:00am HST. Featuring Mary Baker, a graduate from our @uhmpolisci and is an Assistant Professor at Western Washington University along with Jeff Corntassel, J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, Macarena Gomez-Barris and Theresa Warburton https://t.co/QF6pm2bnot

Check out this presentation today at 11:00am HST. Featuring Mary Baker, a graduate from our @uhmpolisci and is an Assistant Professor at Western Washington University along with Jeff Corntassel, J. Kēhaulani Kauanui, Macarena Gomez-Barris and Theresa Warburton https://t.co/QF6pm2bnot
CIRCLE - UVic @CIRCLE_UVic

We are so excited about the launch event for The Politics of Indigeneity, Anarchist Praxis, and Decolonization this upcoming Tuesday at 2pm PDT. Please register using the following link:  https://t.co/RwTauaH7sD

Christ Yano is a keynote speaker: AGAIN!!! Mānoa Anthro prof Chris Yano will be giving a lecture on "global Japans" at the Japan Foundation International Seminar "Japanese Studies in Indonesia: Crisis and Reorientation". Check it out! https://t.co/YeTXuZ654Y

Congratulations to Mānoa Anthro prof Miriam Stark and alumns Piphal Heng and @stephen_acabado on their panel on the future of Southeast Asian archaeology in the US held over the weekend at PEMSEA. https://t.co/uuMu6xbPQs sponsred by @uhcseas and others!

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