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by Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor

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ISBN:
0824829468
Author:
Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor
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Language:
English
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Univ of Hawaii Pr (March 7, 2007)
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372 pages
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The word kua'aina translates literally as back land or back country

The word kua'aina translates literally as back land or back country. Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor grew up hearing it as a reference to an awkward or unsophisticated person from the country. However, in the context of the Native Hawaiian cultural renaissance of the late twentieth century, kua'aina came to refer to those who actively lived Hawaiian culture and kept the spirit of the land alive.

Na Kua'aina is the inspiring story of a culture that refuses to die, of a resurgent nation poised to reclaim its .

Na Kua'aina is the inspiring story of a culture that refuses to die, of a resurgent nation poised to reclaim its embattled heritage. This is no dry-as-dust tome destined for library basements, but a solidly grounded set of political demands cast in historical mode. With her extensively documented book, McGregor becomes one of them. The Contemporary Pacific). Indispensable (The Nation).

Davianna Pō maika'i McGregor grew up hearing it as a reference to an awkward or unsophisticated person from the country.

The word kua'aina translates literally as back land or back country. Na Kua'aina: Living Hawaiian Culture. by. Davianna Pomaika'i Mcgregor. Davianna Pō maika'i McGregor grew up hearing it as a reference to an awkward or unsophisticated person from the country. However, in the context of the Native Hawaiian cultural renaissance of the late twentieth century, kua'aina came to refer to those who actively lived Hawaiian culture and kept the s The word kua'aina translates literally as "back land" or "back country.

Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor is a Professor and founding member of the Ethnic Studies Department at. .Po'okele Award (2008): Honorable Mention for Excellence in Hawaiian Culture - Na Kua'aina: Living Hawaiian Culture lridge Prize (2007): For best book in any field o.

Davianna Pomaika'i McGregor is a Professor and founding member of the Ethnic Studies Department at UH-Manoa. She is a historian of Hawai'i and the Pacific ianna grew up in the ahupua'a of Kaiwi'ula in the Kapalama district of O'ahu and spent her summers with grandparents in Waiakea, Hilo, Hawai'i. She currently resides on O'ahu and Moloka'i. Po'okele Award (2008): Honorable Mention for Excellence in Hawaiian Culture - Na Kua'aina: Living Hawaiian Culture lridge Prize (2007): For best book in any field of history written by a resident of Hawai'i from 2005-2007 - Na Kua'aina: Living Hawaiian Culture.

Davianna Pômaika‘i McGregor grew up hearing it as a reference to an awkward .

Davianna Pômaika‘i McGregor grew up hearing it as a reference to an awkward or unsophisticated person from the country. However, in the context of the Native Hawaiian cultural renaissance of the late twentieth century, kua‘âina came to refer to those who actively lived Hawaiian culture and kept the spirit of the land alive. The Contemporary Pacific. Indispensable -The Nation. Na Kua‘aina is the inspiring story of a culture that refuses to die, of a resurgent nation poised to reclaim its embattled heritage.

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Davianna Pômaika‘i McGregor grew up hearing it as a reference to a. The mo‘olelo (oral traditions) recounted in this book reveal how kua‘âina have enabled Native Hawaiians to endure as a unique and dignified people after more than a century of American subjugation and control. The stories are set in rural communities or cultural kîpuka-oases from which traditional Native Hawaiian culture can be regenerated and revitalized.

Oral traditions are recounted in this collection of stories that reveal how those who actively lived Hawaiian culture and kept the spirit of the land alive have enabled native Hawaiians to endure as a unique and dignified people.