A Recipe for Dialogic Love, Learning, and Living History: Filipino Foodways in Hawaii's Diaspora 2.0

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Thursday May 19

5:00 PM  –  6:00 PM

Join us on Thursday, May 19 at 5 pm for our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversations event featuring Pinay scholar and educator Shannon Cristobal. 

Ms. Cristobal's presentation will look at the stories of Pinay women and their foodways during the plantation era and beyond. These stories can illuminate the ways in which history, culture, and household knowledge or informal knowledge are vital forms of education. Women's work has been used as a colonizing agent through domestic science education that aimed to remove the culture, and knowledge of Filipino people. Ms. Cristobal's research is aimed at recovering this particular knowledge to aid in the decolonizing process that can lead to healing for Filipina/o/x today and for future generations.

This presentation will take place over Zoom. Please register below and a link will be emailed prior to the presentation. 

Mahalo for your support of our virtual programming!