Aloha America: Hula Circuits as Alternative Archives and RepertoiresFebruary 26, 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Saunders 325
The Department of Sociology, the American Studies Department, the Center for Pacific Island Studies, the Department of Anthropology, and the Department of Women's Studies present: "Aloha America: Hula Circuits as Alternative Archives and Repertoires" by Professor Adria L. Imada.
Professor Imada is Associate Professor in the Department of Ethnic Studies at UC San Diego. Her 2012 book Aloha America: Hula Circuits through the U.S. Empire was published by Duke University Press.
Her talk explores the unexpected relationship of tourist hula performers to Hawai‘i’s present-day, self-determination movement. Politically engaged readings of colonial and neocolonial performances suggest hula is being reconstituted as a contemporary form of redress. See attached poster for details.
For more information, please contact the Department of Sociology at 956-7693 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Department of Sociology, Mānoa Campus
Tuesday, February 26
Linguistics SeminarMānoa Campus, St. John Auditiorium (St. John, Room 011)
Hawaii Food Bank Canned Food DriveMānoa Campus, Campus Center
Aloha America: Hula Circuits as Alternative Archives and RepertoiresMānoa Campus, Saunders 325
Memorial Tribute Service To Be Held in Honor of Avis MorigawaraMānoa Campus, Saunders Hall Courtyard
Growing Conscious 1.0Mānoa Campus, The Free Garden (Located behind the Art Building)