News from the Department of Political Science

#GivingTuesday: support UH student leaders by donating to Nā Koʻokoʻo. Our students take their academic work beyond the UH campus and practice carrying their kuleana to the ʻāina & kānaka of Hawaiʻi.
Donate online https://t.co/OlVTaGZutD
Click “Select a fund” & type: 129-5970-4

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Rp - this Thursday! @on_ws_studies @huiainapilipili @uhm_es @uhmpolisci Register here - https://t.co/owDaWDekyn https://t.co/47Wewn5NwK

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Dr. Lani Teves@drlaniteves

prepare urselves. WS colloquium 12/3 featuring the incomparable Kahala Johnson! save the date. take notes! @on_ws_studies

Dive into the life of Jamaica Heolimeleikalani Osorio, a Kanaka Maoli wahine poet, and her continued work towards justice for Hawai'i's native population.

Watch the full episode here: https://t.co/gaKwkxB6NP

@jamaicaosorio #InTheMaking #AmericanMastersPBS

Spring 2021 registration is now open! Check out course flyers in the link: https://t.co/dRTNRttha2

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Lecture and discussion in remembrance of Prof. M.S.S. Pandian delivered by Prof. @SankaranKrishn titled, "Gandhian Non-violence and Social Hierarchy: Thinking with Ambedkar". 10:30 am on Wednesday, November 18th, IST Please register with this link
https://t.co/cwxKlqYNOf

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We’re excited to announce that The Value of Hawai’i 3: Hulihia, the Turning, is now published OA on ScholarSpace! This third volume is co-edited by our very own Dr. Noelani Goodyear-Ka’opua (@NoeGK).

You can download the book for free through this link: https://t.co/uRmpPsfmnz

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The Political Science Colloquium Committee invites everyone to join our last colloquium for 2020 by Dr. Tina Taitano Delisle titled "Mobilizing Fo'na: Indigenous Feminisms for Decolonizing CHamoru pasts, presents, and futurities."

Link to register: https://t.co/xNBQ8Pf9aj

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@uhmpolisci 684: Contemporary politics. This spring on tuesdays from 12-2:30pm. Dm me for the syllabus. #kanakatwitter #academictwitter

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Calling all new and transferring students to UH Manoa!
The College of Social Sciences at UHM is hosting an information session on Zoom Monday, Nov 2nd from 2:30PM - 3:30PM. RSVP via the link below or in our bio: https://t.co/ZvR7fIaLa9

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REMINDER: Register for @RISjnl Forum:

Disruption by Design - 5 November 2020 17:30-19:00 (BST)

Keynote by Nicole Sunday Grove @nicgrove in conversation with @AmooreLouise @CharmaineSChua and Neel Ahuja.

Don't miss it: https://t.co/NrthhOqT8W

Excited to be in conversation with @AmooreLouise @CharmaineSChua and Neel Ahuja for this @RISjnl forum & discussion: "Disruption by design: Planetary programming in the aftermath of geopolitics." Nov 5th https://t.co/RO2thqra6p

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Love Letters to Movement Leaders features Asian American voices honoring a variety of movement leaders, both past and present. Read Love Letters to Chinese American women's suffrage leader, Mabel Ping-Hua Lee, Native Hawaiian scholar @NoeGK, and many more. https://t.co/XNKy3qjhkt

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The Political Science Colloquium Committee is pleased to invite you all to our next event with Dr. Vicente M. Diaz on October 23rd, 2:30PM. This is a participatory workshop. We ask that participants read & review the workshop materials before the event. Please see links below.

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Women's Studies Colloquium will be featuring Dr. @jamaicaosorio on October 15, 2020 at 12pm (HST). Register at https://t.co/nhYhnKE41H @on_ws_studies @drlaniteves

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If you missed last Friday's colloquium with Dr. David Kimo Frankel and Dr. Jonathan Osorio, the recording is now available on our youtube channel. (Special thanks to Cancel Rimpac Coalition for livestreaming the event on their FB page!)
https://t.co/mpxFZHJquK via @YouTube

EWC grad degree fellow, Cheng-Cheng Li, PhD student, @uhmpolisci, recently moderated a panel session, “Guided by Hope: Cultural Inspiration for a New Generation" featuring students from @ACMManoa. Part of the @CAFFestival, hosted by the @honolulumuseum. https://t.co/YuCTEUSRT4

The 15th Annual .@hawaiibookmusic is
virtual this year with in-depth sessions covering topics deeply impacting our local community: Oct 1 - Nov 4
@NoeGK @MrChangMusic @peopledseas @ikaikahussey @Noeolali @akibomb @KharaJabola @hybridvigor +
#HawaiiTwitter https://t.co/sLVFzrB7ke

These Kānaka Drs have gone on to become UH system faculty (at UHM, UHWO, WCC & LCC) like @_eastofthesun_ , nonprofit executives serving Hawaiʻi communities like @Kealaulili , business executives like @makemagicmalia, and faculty at universities beyond Hawaiʻi like @iokepakepa

Did you know that @uhmpolisci has graduated 6 Native Hawaiian PhDs in the past 5 years, and 17 more in the 10 years before that? We currently have 14 active Kānaka PhD students. Letʻs challenge: Can any other single department @uhmanoa can match that?

Let's give our biggest shoutout to all the students in our POLS 403 class this summer for raising $235,000 in grant funding for local non-profit organizations.

This is nothing short of amazing and we are truly proud of this accomplishment! 👏👏

https://t.co/bVgfEVpr4i

The Political Science Department's Colloquium Committee is excited to kick off the semester with an event focusing on the fate of our beloved Pōhakuloa. We will be joined by David Kimo Frankel and Dr. Jonathan Osorio. The event will take place on October 2, 2020 at 2:30pm HST.

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Join Alicia Garza @aliciagarza, co-founder of #BlackLivesMatter, for a live conversation on building movements for justice in heartbreaking times. Sept. 24, Noon HST. Register & submit questions here: https://t.co/wL8xCniMeH. Garza is the fall Inouye chair @uhmanoa.

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