News from the Department of Anthropology
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
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
Definitely a department highlight. Check it out!
Looking for a course for Spring 2021? Interested in moʻolelo, oral history and Waialua moku? Apply to the North Shore Field School Spring 2021 and learn from Kumu Ty Tengan. Apply at https://t.co/DhbRfO6f08 @nativemanremade @ManoaAnthro
Excited to see the latest number of this great series is #openaccess . Lots of good, short, #teachable pieces in here!
The Value of Hawai‘i 3: Hulihia just launched in open access digital form!
Hulihia refers to massive upheavals that overturn the ʻnormal.ʻ What opportunities emerge in the turning?
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Negotiators have yet to talk about nuclear waste in the #MarshallIslands, and restoring #Medicaid isn’t part of the conversation. https://t.co/zr1KDaLRXN @ahofschneider #HInews