Center for Pacific Island Studies

oceania | academic programs | people | outreach | resources | publications | news & events | about the center
contact | home | html site

   core faculty
   • terence wesley-smith
   • tarcisius kabutaulaka
   • lola quan bautista
   • julie walsh
   staff
   • managing editor
   • outreach director
   • administrative asst
   • graduate assistants
   • affiliate faculty
   • graduate students

 

people

affiliate faculty


The Pacific Islands Studies affiliate instructional faculty and other Pacific specialists are available on campus and in other institutions in Honolulu, such as the Bishop Museum and the East-West Center. Most of the affiliate faculty are distributed among the disciplines of American studies, anthropology, art, botany, economics, English, ethnic studies, geography, Hawaiian studies, Hawaiian language, history, Indo-Pacific languages, linguistics, music, social work, and sociology. Others are from the College of Education, Hamilton Library, the School of Medicine, and the Richardson School of Law. Their courses are part of the center’s instructional program, and they serve on student committees and the center’s editorial boards.

Current Affiliate Faculty

HOKULANI AIKAU, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

CRISTINA BACCHILEGA, Professor, Department of English

JAMES BAYMAN, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology

MARY BOYCE, Assistant Professor, Māori, Department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures

TOM BRISLIN, Professor, Academy for Creative Media

WILLIAM CHAPMAN, Professor, Department of American Studies

DAVID A CHAPPELL, Professor, Department of History

STUART DAWRS, Senior Pacific Specialist Librarian, UH Hamilton Library

JAIMEY HAMILTON FARIS, Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History

GERARD FININ, Deputy Director, East-West Center Pacific Islands Development Program

ALEX GOLUB, Associate Professor, Department of Anthropology

NOELANI GOODYEAR-KAOPUA, Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science

MICHAEL P HAMNETT, Director, Research Corporation of the University of Hawai‘i

DAVID HANLON, Chair and Professor, Department of History

VILSONI HERENIKO, Professor, Academy for Creative Media

KU‘UALOHA HO‘OMANAWANUI, Assistant Professor, Department of English

LILIKALĀ KAME‘ELEIHIWA, Professor, Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies

ELEANOR KLEIBER, Pacific Specialist Librarian, UH Hamilton Library

NANCY D LEWIS, Director of Research, East-West Center

PAUL LYONS, Professor, Department of English

MARGARET MAAKA, Associate Professor, College of Education

JOHN F MAYER, Associate Professor and Chair, Department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures

BRANDY NĀLANI MCDOUGALL, Assistant Professor, Department of American Studies

DAVIANNA MCGREGOR, Professor, Ethnic Studies Program

JANE FREEMAN MOULIN, Professor of Ethnomusicology, Department of Music

PUAKEA NOGELMEIER, Professor, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language

KAPA OLIVEIRA, Assistant Professor, Kawaihuelani Center for Hawaiian Language

JONATHAN KAMAKAWIWO‘OLE OSORIO, Professor, Kamakakūokalani Center for Hawaiian Studies

YUKO OTSUKA, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics

CRAIG SANTOS PEREZ, Assistant Professor, Department of English

KEN REHG, Associate Professor, Department of Linguistics

BARRY V ROLETT, Professor, Department of Anthropology

NOENOE K SILVA, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science

FATA SIMANU-KLUTZ, Assistant Professor (Samoan), Department of Indo-Pacific Languages and Literatures

CAROLINE SINAVAIANA, Professor, Department of English

ALICE TE PUNGA SOMERVILLE, Associate Professor, Department of English

TY KĀWIKA TENGAN, Chair, Ethnic Studies Department; Associate Professor, Anthropology

LISA UPERESA, Assistant Professor, Departments of Ethnic Studies and Sociology

DEBORAH WAITE, Professor, Department of Art and Art History

GEOFFREY M WHITE, Professor, Department of Anthropology

 

 

© 2005, UHM, Center for Pacific Island Studies. | Site Credits