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Saturday, May 4 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Kōkua Aku, Kōkua Mai Five Transformations of the Hawaiian Kingdom

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Thomas A. Woods

Thomas A. Woods, PhD in American studies, University of Minnesota, is executive director emeritus of Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives. He has consulted for Hawai‘i museums for nearly thirty years, authored Knights of the Plow on nineteenth-century agricultural... Read More →

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Ralph Thomas Kam

Ralph Thomas Kam, author of Death Rites and Hawaiian Royalty: Funerary Practices in the Kamehameha and Kalākaua Dynasties, 1819–1953 (2017 and several articles to the Hawaiian Journal of History, including “Copied Hymns of John Young” (2015) and “The Gospel Roots of Hawai‘i... Read More →
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Kapali Lyon

Jeffrey “Kapali” Lyon, PhD, is a member of the Department of Religion at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa. His recent publications include “No ka Baibala Hemolele: the making of the Hawaiian Bible,” and a two volume edition, in collaboration with Charles Langlas, of Davida... Read More →
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David Keanu Sai

David Keanu Sai has a PhD in Political Science from U.H. Mānoa. He teaches at Windward Community College, is adjunct faculty for the graduate program at U.H. Mānoa College of Education and is a prominent expert in Hawaiian political history. His research and publications focus... Read More →
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Albert J. Schütz

Albert J. Schütz is Emeritus Professor of Linguistics at UH—Mānoa. He has published Fijian Reference Grammar and directed the Fijian Dictionary Project. He has written about Tongan, Samoan, Māori, Nguna, and Hawaiian languages. In addition to forty books, monographs, and essays... Read More →

Saturday May 4, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm HST
4. Alana Hawaiian Culture Pavilion