Brown Bag Biography: Nancy Morris
October 31, 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall 409A
“Competing Views: Images of Bartimeus Puaaiki, Henry Nalimu, William Kaulehelehe, and J. W. Kanoa.”
Nancy J. Morris, Librarian Emerita of the University of Hawaii Library.
The talk concerns the interaction of artist/photographer and subject, as illustrated by competing views of William Kaulehelehe, pastor for the Hudson Bay Company in the Pacific Northwest; J. W. Kanoa, missionary to the Gilbert Islands; Puaaiki, early Hawaiian Christian convert; Henry Nalimu, missionary to the Gilbert Islands.
Nancy J Morris PhD is a librarian emerita, University of Hawaii. Her research interests center on Hawaiian and Pacific Island history. Her most recent book is Na Kahu: Portraits of the Nineteenth Century Native Hawaiian Ministry (University of Hawaii Press, 2019).
Free and Open to the Public
Center for Biographical Research, Mānoa Campus
Janet Graham, (808) 956-3774, email@example.com, http://blog.hawaii.edu/cbrhawaii/