Presentation by Winners of Library Treasures Scholarships, AY 2022-2023

April 28, 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Hamilton Library

The winners of Library Treasures Scholarships in AY2022-2023 will present the final outcomes of their research. Please come and join us to learn about their work. Location: Hamilton Library Room 306 & via zoom. (Email yuma.totani@hawaii,edu for the zoom link.) Free and open to public. Presenters: (1) Jordan Peterson (Ph.D. in Political Science): “Land, Identity, and Migration: Beyond resource competition as an explanation for correlation of indigenous mobility and ‘Sons of the Soil’ conflict in West Papua at the regency level”; (2) Leiana San Agustin Naholowaʻa (Ph.D. in English): “History of Writing and Publishing of Traditional Stories in Micronesia”; (3) Dalton Barcus (BA in Communications): “The Araki Project: Prince of the Air and the Pioneer of Efficiency.” Detailed information on the winners’ individual projects can be found on the Library Treasures website.

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