News from the Department of Anthropology

Indigenous, Blackness, and Resistance in the Pacific: The Webinar https://t.co/c9REjuh2bS

The Political Science Department is excited to invite you all to the first colloquium of the Spring 2021 semester.

“Interpreting the Coup: History, Media, White Supremacy, Civil War, and Ea Hawaiʻi” this Friday Jan 15th, 2:30 - 4:00PM

Register here: https://t.co/gMPFr78E4c

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Once again, it's on. Welcome to Spring 2021 at UH Mānoa!

Very proud of this obituary of Jaimie Bloom. She influenced me tremendously. This was also my first obituary of a trans person. Working with her children to honor her wishes about describing both her lives was important and meaningful to me. https://t.co/op5qXjyhcp

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Congratulations to UHM Anthro grad Kat Placher for her chapter on ethical fieldwork in the field of... mummy studies! Human remains deserve the highest ethical consideration so it is great to see this. Also: mummies are cool. https://t.co/SD2KeCSfWj

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It's the end of the semester here at Mānoa. Catch up with all our activities this past term with our shiny new Fall 2020 newsletter! https://t.co/yXlbWqhIVR

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I'd never heard of Zippia before but... congratulations to department chair @paleobae for being featured in it! https://t.co/YfRb8nbCgk

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Ag and food studies colleagues, I am delighted to share my new paper with @Krisna_Hawaii and @NicoleMilne, "Becoming a New Farmer: Agrarianism and the Contradictions of Diverse Economies" in Rural Sociology @KohalaCenter @RuralSociology
https://t.co/Ouvnx2qPVU https://t.co/2z9FkkGvC8

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Ag and food studies colleagues, I am delighted to share my new paper with @Krisna_Hawaii and @NicoleMilne, "Becoming a New Farmer: Agrarianism and the Contradictions of Diverse Economies" in Rural Sociology @KohalaCenter @RuralSociology 
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UH Geography & Environment@geog_uhm

UH Geography and Environment Professor Krisna Suryanata, Associate Professor Mary Mostafanezhad, and alum Nicole Milne (PhD '16) have a new paper titled, "Becoming a new farmer: Agrarianism and the contradictions of diverse economies" in Rural Sociology. https://t.co/2pt7yluBaq

A special issue of Critique of Anthropology on the politics of wilful blindness with articles by Stuart Kirsch and Dinah Rajak? Yes please! https://t.co/6iWbQEnDgp

NEW issue now available! This special issue discusses bridewealth and the autonomy of women in Melanesia. Through the lens of social transformation, the ethnographic articles reveal its place in the symbolic, social and economic worlds of women. More here: https://t.co/KLcaJYuN5r

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#TodayInHistory: Civilians, for the most part, weren't in immediate danger in the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. The Japanese focused strictly on attacking military targets, but errant American anti-aircraft shells caused the accidental deaths of nearly 60 citizens on Oʻahu.

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Friends and colleagues, join us for the "Climate Change & Transboundary Haze Forum" on Monday 14 Dec, 9:20-5pm THA. Join in-person @ Kantary Hills Hotel or virtually by registering @ https://t.co/LrMUOmJxRJ #haze #airpollution #politicalecology #ChiangMai #Thailand

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Congratulations to Mānoa Anthro prof Chris Bae @paleobae and Fabrice Demeter @Indi750 on their special issue in Quaternary International, published by @INQUA !

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Mano Anthro prof @JonathanPadwe's new book "Disturbed Forests, Fragmented Memories" is on sale for 40% off over at @UWAPress's AAA book sale page -- check it out! https://t.co/kT4q1QLjh6

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Hawaii's history of dealing with foreign diseases put the Hawaiian monarchy ahead of its time as far as addressing health issues. Take the time to read this fascinating piece by my @CivilBeat colleagues, Ku'u Kauanoe and April Estrellon https://t.co/RiTSu5s9IY

The State of #Hawaii ranked No. 2 in the nation for lowest student debt, thanks to the affordability of the 10 #UHohana campus system and programs that keep costs down, such as the #HawaiiPromise Scholarship ➡️ https://t.co/xpyYs29tmN

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Are you interested in the study of human culture? Join us for an informational session to learn more about graduate studies in Anthropology tomorrow at 3:30pm. Register at https://t.co/t7Nqzkl6sh. @CSS_UHManoa @ManoaAnthro @uhmanoa

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Join us this Tuesday afternoon with @drlaniteves to learn more about the Women's Studies program. Register at https://t.co/DfNkRM0HQU. @on_ws_studies

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In searching for a colleague I went to grad school with @ManoaAnthro, I found this write up of her documentary film on the plight of Cambodian refugees in the U.S. & encounters with the criminal legal system. Check it out: https://t.co/n6TpdMYqqp #ExiledFilm cc: @jan_brunson

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