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Congrats!

Congratulations to our 4 first place winners, Christina Ayson, Pahole Sookkasikon, Ava Ladner, and Tyler Greenhill, at this year’s Trivia Hawai’i!  



Fall 2017 Dan and Maggie Inouye Distinguished Chair in Democratic Ideals

Chris Eyre, an award-winning Native American filmmaker has been selected as Fall 2017 Inouye chair.   While in Hawai’i, Chris Eyre will participate in the following events: November 8, 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Eyre will participate in “Native Lenses/’Oiwi Optics: … Continue reading



Keynote Lecture by Native Filmmaker

Please join us for a free public lecture by an award winning director, Chris Eyre.   Title:  Statues Between U.S.: Rethinking Symbols  Date:  Tuesday, November 14 Time:  6:30 p.m. Venue:  School of Law, UHM Manoa, Classroom 2    



A Community Panel on Indigenous Filmmaking

The ARTS at Marks Garage will be hosting a community panel featuring this fall’s Dan and Maggie Inouye Chair in Democratic Ideals Chris Eyre.  Eyre is a Cheyenne/Arapaho filmmaker who has produced films such as Smoke Signals, Skins, and Edge … Continue reading



A Conversation with Michelle Zacks!

Please join us for an informal talk with Michelle Zacks, a graduate of the American Studies Department at UH-Manoa.   Michelle will describe her experiences as a Folklorist for the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, her previous work as a Graduate … Continue reading



Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo

We are delighted to announce that one our graduate students, Saul Rollason, is taking part in the stage production of “Bengal Tiger at the Banghdad Zoo.” Please see the flyer below for more details.    



A Conversation with Michelle Zacks!

The Museum Studies Graduate Certificate Program is pleased to host Michelle Zacks on November 17, 11:00 – 12:30 p.m., for lunch. Please join us for an informal talk with Michelle Zacks, a graduate of the American Studies Department at UH-Manoa. … Continue reading



In Honor of James Oliver Horton: Addressing the “Tough Stuff” of American History and Memory

Please join us for the following memorial program: In Honor of James Oliver Horton: Addressing the “Tough Stuff” of American History and Memory This two-day program honors James Oliver Horton, George Washington University professor emeritus, scholar, and public historian who … Continue reading



A Conversation with Maja Clark!

Please join us for a conversation with Maja Clark, Head of Collection Information and Digital Assets, LACMA.  Maja will talk about her current work priorities at the Los Angeles Museum of Art (LACMA) – the largest art museum in the … Continue reading



Congratulate to Brooke Newell!

We would like to congratulate Brooke Newell on her marriage.  Best wishes on this wonderful journey!