Na Kuaaina: Living Hawaiian Culture
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384pp. April 2007
Na Kuaaina: Living Hawaiian Culture
Author: McGregor, Davianna Pomaika'i;
Winner of the Kenneth W. Baldridge Prize, Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society

The word kua‘âina translates literally as "back land" or "back country." 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
"This work . . . is a beautiful and recuperative act of love consummated over the last several decades by [McGregor’s] study of four cultural kipuka. . . . [She] credits generations of kua‘aina with keeping love and respect for the land alive by holding i
Author: McGregor, Davianna Pomaika'i;
Davianna Pômaika‘i McGregor is professor of ethnic studies at the Univeristy of Hawai‘i and a historian of Hawai‘i and the Pacific.
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