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Lecture

She goes by Moons: The poetic and political legacy of Dr. Haunani-Kay Trask
Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua is a Kanaka Maoli, born and raised in Hawaiʻi. She is an award-winning university teacher and her commitment to Indigenous education spans more than two decades. For the past 15 years, Noelani has worked as a Professor...
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Lecture

Professor Child will reference this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1F-1S71fHKs "Women dance in patterns, not in a straight line, to confuse the disease. Healers in the early 20th century, who could be men or women, were valued for their...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
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Lecture

Globally there are over 100 memorials to Captain James Cook, whose voyagers throughout the Pacific enabled empire and colonization. As one of the largest archipelagos in the Pacific, Hawaii is famous for many things, especially its hospitality...
  • American Indian and Indigenous Studies Program
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Lecture

As videogame designers respond to critiques of and demands for gendered and racial representations, more and more games have started to offer alternative embodiments and narratives to consider the gendered dynamics of who is imagined to design...
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Lecture

Professor Juliana Hu Pegues will discuss her recent book, Space-Time Colonialism: Alaska’s Indigenous and Asian Entanglements, published by University of North Carolina Press as part of their Critical Indigeneities series. As the enduring "last...
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