This text gathers the writings and ruminations of Dr. Manulani Aluli Meyer. The collected writings culminate in an unedited version of her doctoral these on Native Hawaiian Epistemology.
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"This philosophy of ancient is modern, which provides the foundation of Hawaii's indigenous education movement, is validated by Dr. Manulani Meyer's research in Hawaiian epistemology, which substantiates that modern Hawaiian models of educations must reflect, respect and embrace Hawaiian cultural values, philosophies and ideologies." —Dr. Kū Kahakalau,
"This book illuminates the debates about race between Indians, Africans, and Europeans in day-to-day encounters in the Indian Ocean world. New notions of migration, nation, and postcolonial histories can only be understood in terms of human experiences and encounters. Bertz convincingly shifts the frame from African studies and Asian studies to the more inclusive field of Indian Ocean studies." —Gijsbert Oonk,
Author: Meyer, Manulani Aluli;