New publication by Professors Nancy Stalker (History) and Mire Kokari (Women’s Studies)

April 20, 2018Faculty News No Comments

Associate Professor of History, Nancy K. Stalker, is the editor of the new Oxford University Press’ publication entitled Devouring Japan: Global Perspective on Japanese Culinary Identity. Professor of Women’s Studies, Mire Koikari, also contributed a chapter to the book on the relationship between SPAM, canned meat, and Okinawan food. The title of Professor Kokair’s chapter … Read More

Professor Mark Levin’s editorial in the British Medical Journal’s Tobacco Control

February 23, 2018Faculty News No Comments

Mark Levin, Director, Pacific-Asian Legal Studies Program and Professor of Law, was the lead author of an editorial in the British Medical Journal’s Tobacco Control, published “Online First” earlier this month. The commissioned editorial accompanies a new research paper (by Drs. Kaori Iida and Robert Proctor) that dives into industry documents to uncover historic back-level … Read More

Professor Patricia G. Steinhoff interview on ThinkTech Hawaii

January 5, 2018Faculty News No Comments

On January 3, 2018, Dr. Steinhoff was interviewed by Roger Jellinek, host of Book Worlds on ThinkTech Hawaii, about her recent book, “DESTINY: The Secret Operations of the Yodogo Exiles” From ThinkTech Hawaiiʻs video description: A North Korean Political Fantasy. Today on Book Worlds Roger and Patricia G. Steinhoff discuss the translation of the Japanese … Read More

Nov. 8, 2017 – Update from Professor of Law, Mark Levin

December 19, 2017Faculty News No Comments

Nov. 8, 2017 Professor of Law, Mark Levin,  returned this week from ten days in Nagoya and Tokyo, Japan.  In Nagoya, Mark lectured in Japanese to a hall of 300 law students and faculty at Aichi University about Hawai’i and the history of same-sex marriage in the U.S. through lenses of constitutional theory and federalism.  … Read More