Hawaii in the Contemporary Pacific

The Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Pacific Islands Studies Conference
April 3 and 4, 1981

edited by Karen Knudsen

CPIS Occasional Paper 19

FOREWORD
Robert C Kiste

INTRODUCTION
Abraham Piianaia

REGIONALISM: GOALS AND EXPECTATIONS
Jerry B Norris

SOUTH PACIFIC VIEW OF HAWAII'S ROLE IN THE PACIFIC
Macu Salato

LAW OF THE SEA: ITS IMPACT OF THE PACIFIC COMMUNITY
Gerald Sumida and John Craven

HAWAII'S TERRESTRIAL ECOSYSTEMS: BIOLOGICAL PROBLEMS AND ECONOMIC PROSPECTS
Mark Merlin

THE POTENTIAL OF AQUACULTURE DEVELOPMENT
John Corbin and William Brewer

PRESERVING HAWAI'IS POLYNESIAN HERITAGE
IMPLICATIONS OF THE HOKULE'A

Gordon Piianaia

HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE
Sarah Quick

HULA AND CHANT
Ho'oulu Cambra

HAWAIIAN ORAL HISTORY
Eleanor Williamson

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