Noelani M. Arista

Assistant Professor

Hawaiʻi, 19th Century America, Pacific World

 

Office: Sakamaki B206
Phone: (808) 956-6767

Email: arista@hawaii.edu

 

BA, MA University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa, 1996, 1998; PhD Brandeis, 2009

 

Representative publications:

 

  • "Introduction" to the reprint of Kepelino's Traditions of Hawaiʻi (Bishop Museum Press, 2007).
  • "The Arabian Nights in the Kuokoa, a Nineteenth-century Hawaiian Newspaper: Reflections on the Politics of Translation" with Cristina Bacchilega in The Arabian Nights in Transnational Perspective (Wayne State University Press, 2007).
  • Translation of "Uala! Uala!" (Sweet Potatoes! Sweet Potatoes!), Article originally published in the Hawaiian Language Newspaper, Ka Hae Hawaiʻi, 3 December 1856. Ka Hooilina Puke Pai Olelo Hawaiʻi Journal of Hawaiian Language Sources Volume 1, Issue 1, March (2007).
  • “Na lima kakauha maluna o ka pua-i o ke kekahi lahui” (A crowd of thousands of Hawaiians sign their names on a document opposing America's annexation of Hawaiʻi), Ke Aloha Aina, 16 October 1897. Oiwi A Native Hawaiian Journal, Volume 1, December