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Saturday, May 4 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Micronesian Writers

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Intro: Craig Santos Peres

Speakers
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Kisha Borja-Quichocho-Calvo

Kisha Borja-Quichocho-Calvo is from the village of Mangilao on Guåhan. She is a former Guam Department of Education language arts teacher and a former instructor at the University of Guam School of Education. Currently, she is pursuing a PhD in Political Science (with a specialization... Read More →
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Mary Hattori

Mary Hattori is Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning and Associate Professor of Education at Chaminade University. Hagan Guåhan, a daughter of Guam and of Paul Hattori and Fermina Perez of Familian Titang, Dr. Hattori lives on O’ahu and is an educator, philanthropist... Read More →
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Josie Howard

Josie Howard is from Onoun, a small island in Chuuk. She holds a BA in Anthropology (UH-Hilo), and her master’s in Social Work (UH-Mānoa). Josie serves as director/founder of We Are Oceania, empowering Micronesian communities in Hawai`i to navigate success while honoring their... Read More →
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Craig Santos Perez

For the first time, poetry, short stories, critical and creative essays, chants, and excerpts of plays by Indigenous Micronesian authors have been brought together to form a resounding—and distinctly Micronesian—voice. This long-awaited anthology of contemporary indigenous literature... Read More →


Saturday May 4, 2019 1:00pm - 2:00pm
3. Authors Pavilion

Attendees (9)