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Island Feminisms Speaker Series
Island Diaspora - Māhealani Ahia and Kahala Johnson, and Aurelien Davennes
Māhealani Ahia and Kahala Johnson, "Submergent Ea: Diasporising Hawaiian Indigeneity" Aurelien Davennes, "The Opacity of Desire: Queerness, Postcolonialism, And Diasporic Belonging in Guadeloupe" 8 April 2022 2022 Island Feminisms Speaker Series www.islandfeminisms.org
2021 Island Feminisms Speaker Series - Presentations 16 April 2021
Fifth presentation of the 2021 Island Feminisms Speaker Series on 19 February 2021. Unearthing the Toxic Weeds of White Supremacy: Reflections of a Pinay Scholar Warrior of Aloha in Decolonizing Social Work and Health Alma M. Ouanesisouk Trinidad Portland State University Issues of Resistance, Place, and Subversion: The Prison Songs of Lili‘uokalani Cynthia Morris American Musicological Society (AMS) Society for Ethnomusicology (SEM) This material belongs to the Island Feminisms Project as part of its 2021 Speaker Series.May be used for educational purposes without written permission but with a citation to this source.
2021 Island Feminisms Speaker Series - The Conversion of Ka'ahumanu (Act II)
The Conversion of Ka'ahumanu A video-recording of the play in two parts Directed by Justina Taft Mattos University of Hawai'i at Hilo Act I video link: https://youtu.be/Yx_3UAhYUh0 March 5: Act I followed by a brief Q&A including lead actress Desiree Moana Cruz, who played the role of Ka'ahumanu Act II (this video) March 12: Act II followed by a more extended discussion with playwright Victoria Nalani Kneubuhl and director Justina Taft Mattos This material belongs to the Island Feminisms Project as part of its 2021 Speaker Series.May be used for educational purposes without written permission but with a citation to this source.
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