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 6

FROM THE EDITORS

INVITED ESSAYS

Tēnā: A Learning Lifestyle
Jean Ilei Keale Beniamina

Hawaiian Oral Tradition Clarifies 400 Years of Volcanic Activity at Kīlauea
Don Swanson

RESEARCH ARTICLES

Ka Lāhui Hawaiʻi: He Moʻolelo, He ʻĀina, He Loina, a He Ea Kākou
Leilani Basham

Rebirth of an Archipelago: Sustaining a Hawaiian Cultural Identity for People and Homeland
Kekuewa Kikiloi

Place: A Springboard for Learning and Teaching About Culture and Literacy
Kay L. Fukuda, Anna L. Ah Sam, and Jonathan Wang

A Genealogy of Punishment in Hawaiʻi: The Public Hanging of Chief Kamanawa II
RaeDeen Keahiolalo-Karasuda

Measuring Native Hawaiian Leadership Among Graduates of Native Hawaiian Charter Schools
Amelia Rachel Hokuleʻa Borofsky

Asset Building Among Native Hawaiians: Lessons From the Kahikū IDA Program
David W. Rothwell

The Kahua Induction Program: Systemically Supporting New Teachers Through Culturally Relevant, Place-Based, and Community Mentor Strategies
Walter Kahumoku III, Wendy Kekahio, and the Kaʻū, Keaʻau, and Pāhoa Complex Area Core Planning Team

E Lawe I Ke Ō: An Analysis of Joseph Mokuohai Poepoe's Account of Pele Calling the Winds
Noenoe K. Silva

HANA HOU

Out of Sight, Out of Mind, Out of Power: Leprosy, Race, and Colonization in Hawaiʻi
R.D.K. Herman