Eia Hawai'i, He Moku, He Kanaka: Mele as repositories of Hawaiian epistemology

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Thursday July 22

5:00 PM  –  6:00 PM

Join us on Thursday, July 22 at 5pm for our next Virtual Kahaukani Conversation with Maya Kawailanaokeawaiki Saffery. Inspired by her research on ‘āina (land) education, her presentation will discuss how mele (songs, chants) composed in ‘ōlelo Hawai‘i (Hawaiian language) are repositories of Hawaiian epistemology and can therefore become lenses through which to view and imagine how kūpuna (ancestors) might have explained and given meaning to contemporary practices like those within the context of ‘āina education. 

Eia Hawai‘i, He Moku, He Kanaka: Mele as repositories of Hawaiian epistomology 

Thursday, July 22 at 5 pm

This presentation will take place over zoom. Please register below and a link will be sent to you before the presentation. 

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