HŪLILI Volume 11, Number 1

Special issue: No ka Pono o ka Lāhui
Guest editors: Noelani Goodyear-Kaʻōpua 
and Erin Kahunawaikaʻala Wright

This special issue provokes readers to think about how macro-level social and historical forces impact the individual lives of everyday Hawaiian people. This volume also adds to the toolbox of ways to uplift the collective lāhui Hawaʻi and the ʻāina that gives us life. The articles and stories gathered here contribute to the stirring of more efforts no ka pono o ka lāhui.

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Hūlili is a multidisciplinary forum for current research that examines the nature, needs and strengths of Hawaiians, their families, and their communities. Through collaboration and critique, Hūlili fosters new connections and shared insights to mobilize greater Hawaiian well-being.

Hūlili is published annually by Kamehameha Publishing, a division of Kamehameha Schools.


 

 

 

CURRENT ISSUE
VOLUME 11.1

FROM THE EDITORS

ALOHA ʻĀINA cosmologies

Home-Free and Nothing (...)-Less: A Queer Cosmology of
Aloha ‘Āina
KALANIOPUA YOUNG

Mapping Abundance on Mauna a Wākea as a Practice of Ea
CANDACE FUJIKANE

Resurgent Refusals: Protecting Mauna a Wākea
and Kanaka Maoli Decolonization
DAVID UAHIKEAIKALEI‘OHU MAILE

Aunty Alama: Lessons in the Value of Kūpuna
KAWEHI KINA


KĀNĀWAI law

Lawai‘a Pono: Community-Based Fishing
TED KAWAHINEHELELANI BLAKE & CHARLES YOUNG

The 2016 Na‘i Aupuni Congregation: A Brief Study in a
Practice of Indigenous Self-Determination
PŌKĀ LAENUI

Losing Our Heads
GREGORY PŌMAIKA‘I GUSHIKEN

MULIWAI futures

Interdisciplinary Research through a Shared Lexicon: Merging ‘Ike
Kupuna and Western Science to Examine Characteristics of Water
FLORYBETH FLORES LA VALLE, DONNA A. K. CAMVEL, FLORENCE I. M. THOMAS, HŌKŪLANI K. AIKAU,
AND JUDITH D. LEMUS

Kanaka ‘Ōiwi Contributions to the Old (K)new Practice of
Indigenous Planning
ANTOINETTE KONIA FREITAS

Anarchist Charges and the Politics
of Hawaiian Indigeneity and Sovereignty
J. KĒHAULANI KAUANUI

The Story of James Medeiros
CHASE BARNES

PILINA solidarities

Sovereign Embodiment: Native Hawaiians and Expressions of
Diasporic Kuleana
KĒHAULANI VAUGHN

Solidarity Speaks: Aotearoa Citizen Alleges War Crimes in Hawai‘i
MERA PENEHIRA

Her Fiery Eyes of Indignation
WAYNE RICKS

 

 

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