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 4

FROM THE EDITORS

INVITED ESSAYS

E Hoʻi Mau: Honoring the Past, Caring for the Present, Journeying to the Future
Nainoa Thompson

Living Without Kuleana
John Laimana

RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES

Pono and the Koru: Toward Indigenous Theroy in Pacific Island Literature
ʻUmi Perkins

FAMILY AND SOCIETY

The Role of Native Hawaiian mothers and Fathers in Conveying Traditional Hawaiian Beliefs and Practices to Children
ʻIwalani R. N. Else, Naleen N. Andrade, and Earl S. Hishinuma

On Being Hawaiian Enough: Contesting American Racialization with Native Hybridity
Brandon C. Ledward

EDUCATION

Education with Aloha and Student Assets
Katherine A. Tibbetts, Kū Kahakalau, and Zanette Johnson

Pūʻā i ka ʻŌlelo, Ola ka ʻOhana: Three Generations of Hawaiian Language Revitalization
Keiki K. C. Kawaiʻaeʻa, Alohalani Kaluhiokalani (Kaina) Housman, Makalapua (Kaʻawa) Alencastre, with commentary by Kini Kaʻawa, Kananinohea Kawaiʻaeʻa Mākaʻimoku, and Kauʻiwehelaniikapōmahinalaʻilaʻi Kaina Lauano

Culturally Congruent Teaching Strategies: Voices from the Field
Nanette S. Schonleber

HANA HOU

Education and Native Hawaiian Children: Revisiting KEEP
Roland G. Tharp, Cathie Jordan, Gisela E. Speidel, Kathryn Hu-Pei Au, Thomas W. Klein, Roderick P. Calkins, Kim C. M. Sloat, and Ronlad Gallimore

Improving the Practice of Evaluation Through Indigenous Values and Methods: Decolonizing Evaluation Practice–Returning the Gaze From Hawaiʻi and Aotearoa
Alice J. Kawakami, Kanani Aton, Fiona Cram, Morris K. Lai, and Laurie Porima