Hawaiki Rising

Author: Sam Low
Publisher: Island Heritage Pub
ISBN: 9781617102004
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The true story of Hōkūle'a and the men and women who sailed in the wake of their ancestors to discover pride in their culture and themselves.

Return To Kahiki

Author: Kealani Cook
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107195896
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While immigration and travel continued to connect Hawai'i to the rest of Oceania
during the twentieth century, the Hokule'a voyage brought these connections into
a much sharper focus. Future voyages by Hokule'a and other vessels continued
this work, purposefully presenting Hawai'i and the Lähui Hawai'i as part of a
broader Oceanic. Sam Low, Hawaiki Rising: Hökule'a, Nainoa Thompson, and
the Hawaiian Renaissance (Honolulu, HI: Island Heritage Press, 2013), 25–30,
53, ...

Engaged Anthropology

Author: Stuart Kirsch
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520297954
Size: 57.41 MB
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2016. “A Divided Community: The Ethics and Politics of Activist Research.”
Current Anthropology 57 (3): 332–46. Lovell, Nadia. 1998. Introduction to Locality
and Belonging, edited by Nadia Lovell, 1–24. London: Routledge. Low, Sam.
2013. Hawaiki Rising: Hokule'a, Nainoa Thompson, and the Hawaiian
Renaissance. Waipahu, HI: Island Heritage. Low, Setha M., and Sally Engle
Merry. 2010. “Engaged Anthropology: Diversity and Dilemmas.” Current
Anthropology 51 (2): S203–S26.