Schedule

All panels at Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies.
Rooms number will be indicated in registration packet
.

Day 1
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Friday April 8th, 2011
1230pm-100pmRegistration (Refreshments)
Open Ceremony
Oli - Jonathan Kamakawiwo'ole Osorio
Remarks by GSO President Sharain Naylor
 
115pm-230pmRe-planting Heirloom Seeds: Using Indigenous Knowledges to Refract Dominant Paradigms
Room: KAMA 201

Moderator: Mo Wells
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Discussant: Noenoe Silva

Anjali Nath
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science
Theorizing Spaces for U.S. Third World/Fourth Feminist Solidarities

Melodi Wynne
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Psychology
Native Identities: Broadening Cultural Psychological Inquiry Through Oral Traditions

Angie Lead
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

A Pedagogical Reconstruction: Alternative Curriculum for Utah’s Secondary Public Schools

Afraid of Saying the Truth: Oppression, Gender, and Subversive Works in the Hispanic World
Room: KAMA 202

Moderator/Discussant: Noe Abejon
Natural Resources and Environmental Management

Adriana Diaz Mojica
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Spanish
“Desvelando la Guerra Cristera: análisis del testimonio de los sobrevivientes”

Maria Cecilia Herrera Astua
University of Hawaii at Manoa, English
“ ‘Yo sola he de vengarme’”: Female Violence as a Reaction to Sexual Abuse in Fiction and Reality”

Sean Rist
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Spanish
“El ingenio como poder y opresor: la mujer temida en los siglos XVI y XVII”
245pm-400pmContemporary Topics in Race Theory
Room: KAMA 201

Moderator: Matt Winchell
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Asian Studies

Discussant: Ryan Schneider
Associate Professor, Department of English at Purdue University

Diana Tsuchida

University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies
A Light Remix: Film Re-makes and Multiracial “Colorblindness”

Sean Trudle
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies
Race, Gender, and the Knowledge Economy

Michael Ryall
Independent Scholar
“Halle and Keanu’s Dilemma:Situating Multiracial Actors in a “Post-Racial” Landscape’


Chop Suey or Kapakahi? Uncovering the Way the Local Identity Intersects with Gender, Ethnicity, and Literature
Room: KAMA 202

Moderator: Kiana Shiroma
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Education Administration

Discussant: Michael Cawdery
Leeward Community College, Instructor

Julia Whitehead

University of Hawaii at Manoa, History
Local Female Identity and Hawaii's Education System

Catherine Ulep
University of Hawaii at Manoa, History
Turning over the Melting Pot: Tracing the Divisions of Hawaii's Society

Aimee Ilac
University of Hawaii at Manoa, English
Locating the Text through Language: Authentic or Contrived?

415pm-530pmEncountering Resistance in Space, Place, and Knowledge across the Pacific
Room: KAMA 201

Moderator: Rachel Hoerman
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology

Discussant: David Hanlon
University of Hawaii at Manoa, History

Erin Ford Cozens

University of Hawaii at Manoa, History
Re/Presenting Indigenous Bodies: Colonial Art in 19th Century Aotearoa/New Zealand

Michael Johnson
University of Hawaii at Manoa, History
A Shamed Suicide to a Shared Space: The Development of European ‘Condocolonialism’ in 19th Century Oceania

Monica LaBriola

University of Hawaii at Manoa, History
Toward an Indigenous Historiography in Likiep, Marshall Islands

Michael Oishi
University of Washington, English
The Color of Contradiction: Racial Liberalism and
U.S. Imperialism in Cold War Hawai'i

Language and Education: Stories of Place
Room: KAMA 202

Moderator: Kim Compoc
University of Hawaii at Manoa, English

Discussant: E. Sunny Greer, J.D.
Post-JD Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law


Genai U
ʻilani Keliʻikuli
University of Hawaii System, Instructor of Hawaiian Studies, Leeward Community College
Returning Mana Through Mo‘olelo – The Production of Power in the Community Through Oral Traditions

Nantana Taptamat

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Curriculum Studies
Examining Place-Based Activities in Relation to Developing Disciplinary Conceptual Understanding and Discourse Practices in a Secondary School in Thailand

Forrest Young
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology
Placing Rapa Nui Language In Easter Island

Jessica Seid
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Linguistics
The spaces inside Brazilian Portuguese

530pm-600pm



600pm-730pm
Pupus Provided!!!
Opening Remarks by Dean of the Graduate Division Patricia Cooper

Special Event*: The Art of Critical Regionalism
@ the Hawaiian Studies Halau O Haumea
  • Bill Nericcio's Mextasy or Image Fetishism as a Vocation: Semiotics, Cultural Studies, Museum Studies, and Art History for the 21st Century
  • Spoken Word Performance by Travis T
  • Poetry Performance Pei-Luen Lu
*This is an SAPFB funded event

   

Day 2 - Saturday April 9th, 2011
830am-900amRegistration (Coffee and Pastries)

900am-1015amManaging Change: Regional Climate Concerns 
Room: KAMA 201

Moderator: Aaron Levine
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Meteorology

Discussant:
Tom Schroeder
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Meteorology
Director of JIMAR

Laura Kati Corlew
University of Hawaii, Psychology

Culture in Place: The Threat of Global Climate Change to Tuvalu

Michael Salmon
University of Hawaii, Psychology
Who Do We Trust in the Climate Change Debate? Weighing the Effects of Expertise, Agreement, and Context on Perceptions of Bias

Sarah Henly Shepard
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Natural Resources and Environmental Management
Co-presenter Maka'ala Kaaumoana
Executive Director Hanalei Watershed Hui
Disaster Resilience in a Hawaiian Community—Integrating Scientific and Local Knowledge to Produce Place-Based Adaptation Strategies
Public Spaces: Pathways and Thoroughfares
Room: KAMA 202

Moderator: Liz Berry
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Discussant: Kathleen Sands
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

John A. Sweeney
University of Hawaii, Political Science

Tonight The Streets Are Ours: Aesthetic Agencies of Resistance within Exit Through the Gift Shop

Liz Murphy Thomas

Lincoln Memorial University
The Land of Sunshine: Documenting a Never Was

Stacy Nojima

University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Contesting Knowledge through Radical Cartographies and Subversive Mapping
1030am-1145amAural Spaces of Representation
Room: KAMA 201

Moderator:  Hyen Park
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Discussant: Theo Gonzalves
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies, Associate Professor

Kevin Lim

University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Mappings of Representation and Memory: Chuckie Akenz and The Neighborhood of Jane and Finch

Noah Keone Viernes
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science
Reconciliation and Lo-fidelity: The Politics of Recording Bangkok

Yu Jung Lee

University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Gazing and Hearing the Oriental in the 1950s and 60s: Kim Sisters’ THEIR First Album

Edward Coates
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Asian Studies
East Asian Blackface: The re-imagining of blackness in Korean and Japanese pop culture”
Voyages in Vision: Imagining Space
Room: KAMA 202

Moderator: Heather Frey
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science

Discussant: Kathy Ferguson, 
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science and Women's Studies, Professor

Lorenzo Rinelli
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science
When the ordinary becomes beautiful: the role of images in discourses of migration

Dick Page

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology
God is not in the Machine: Culture and Virtual Worldliness

Vera Zambonelli
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Urban and Regional Planning
Urban Scenes of Everyday Cosmopolitanism: Brazilian  Restaurants in Tokyo, Japan
1200pm-1230pm

1230pm-130pm
LUNCH @ the Hawaiian Studies Halau O Haumea

Introduction: HASA President Dr. Kathleen Sands

Bill Nericcio's Keynote Presentation:
Holograms From the Cartographer's ClosetCultural Studies in the Televisual Age of Sex, Race, and Facebook

145pm-300pmThe Politics of Art: Aesthetics of Knowing
Room: KAMA 201

Moderator: Matthew Izor
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Philosophy

Discussant:  Mike Leidemann
Honolulu Community College, Journalism/English

Aaron Kenna Reich
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Religion
Daoist Conceptions of Creativity in the Theory of Painting

Rachel Hoerman
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology
Working With the Living, Investigating the Dead: Community Dimensions of Archaeological Research in Malaysia and Australia

Sue Haglund

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science
Tranversing Molas: An Articulation on Tule Ontology

Land and Sea: Colonial Narratives
Room: KAMA 202

Moderator: Eriza Bareng
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Discussant: Cynthia Franklin
University of Hawaii at Manoa, English

Alvin Cheng-Hin Lim
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science

Cambodian Literature as Heterotopia: the Politics of Aesthetics

Anthony Medrano

University of Hawaii at Manoa, History
Imperial Sovereignty and the Making of Spanish Waters: The Case of the Sulu Sea in the Nineteenth Century

Ryan Schneider
Associate Professor, Department of English at Purdue University

Beaches-as-Borders: Natural Spaces and Social Places in Thoreau's Cape Cod

315pm-430pm(re)fusing rhetoric: local spaces and the production of institutional discourses
Room: KAMA 201

Moderator: Chesley Burruss
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Discussant: Andrew Arno
University of Hawaii Professor of Anthropology

Naomi Yamada

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology
Dialectics and tautologies: Preferential policies and educational rationale in northwest China

Eric Cunningham
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology
Dam close: Water resource development and the production of harmony in central Japan

Toru Yamada
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Anthropology
Instituting civic participation: Ironies of Japan’s administrative reforms

Marvin Starominski
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Public Administration
Diversification vs Specialization in Hawai’i’s Economy
Remnants of Militarism: Unresolved Histories
Room: KAMA 202

Moderator: Leanne Trapedo Sims
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Discussant: Vernadette Gonzalez
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies

Benjamin Hedge Olson
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies
RaHoWa: Constructing Discourses of Race and Apocalypse

Yohei Sekiguchi
University of Hawaii at Manoa, American Studies
A Chicano Soldier's Experience in Vietnam: Reading Daniel Cano's "Somewhere Outside Duc Pho"

Sharain Naylor

University of Hawaii at Manoa, Political Science
What happens after “don’t ask, don’t tell?”
 445pm-700pm
Value of Hawaii: Authors Panel and Roundtable
@ the Hawaiian Studies Halau O Haumea
Pupus Provided!!!
 

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