News from the Department of Political Science

Check out this new article co-authored by our recent PhD graduate Dr. Megumi Chibana published on Political Geography.

"Practicing decolonial political geography: Island perspective on neocolonialism and the China threat discourse."

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Practicing decolonial political geography: Island perspectives on neocolonialism and the China threat discourse

Island peoples around the world remain entangled in colonial processes. Western and metropolitan powers are increasingly...

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For those who missed this Friday's colloquium, you can watch the recording on our official YT channel. See link below:

"Interpreting The Coup: History, Media, White Supremacy, Civil War, and Ea Hawai'i"

https://t.co/xxK4TeUCBv via @YouTube

The Political Science Department is excited to invite you all to the first colloquium of the Spring 2021 semester.

“Interpreting the Coup: History, Media, White Supremacy, Civil War, and Ea Hawaiʻi” this Friday Jan 15th, 2:30 - 4:00PM

Register here: https://t.co/gMPFr78E4c

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Book 6 in the @IAJournal_CH Christmas reading list is Jairus Grove (@SavageEcology)'s SAVAGE ECOLOGY. Read the full review and find the rest of the list here: https://t.co/ALbB8NXajy @DukePress

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Without a tourism rebound, half of Hawaii restaurants say they’ll be permanently closed by April https://t.co/Yy25ys6mMc #HNN

Check out this article by one of our PhD alums Lorenzo Rinelli titled, "Andante Adagio: Exposed Life and Liminality in Times of Covid-19 in Italy" on Theory & Event. The article highlights the ethical & political implications of the epidemic in Italy.

🔗https://t.co/N8c6aasqZA

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Great news to open this month! The North Shore Community Land Trust has recently secured permission to steward a large portion of UH Waiale'e Livestock Research Station lands.

Shoutout to our former student Kawelakai Farrant who was instrumental in creating this partnership.👏

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Why Do We Wage Decades-Long Futile Wars in the Middle East but Refuse to Declare War on the Looming Climate Crisis? - Savage Ecology in Common Dreams @uhmpolisci @DukePress https://t.co/FZFTW7r2Xo via @commondreams

My @uhmpolisci student (DJ A.I.T) made this amazing mix of #Indigenous #Pasifika brilliance called "Pasifika Precedence" for her final project on Indigenous #Resurgence. Check out this link for the whole mix and all her other dope tracks https://t.co/EatvRlWAVd

#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

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