Brown Bag Biography: Nancy MorrisOctober 31, 12:00pm - 1:15pm
Mānoa Campus, Kuykendall 409A
"Competing Images of Four Nineteenth Century Native Hawaiian Pastors."
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
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