“The Peanut Butter Minister: The History of Claude DuTeil and Honolulu’s Institute of Human Services”
Prof. Daniel Harris-McCoy, UHM Classics Department
12:30 to 2:00 pm
Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019
Sakamaki Hall A201
Prof. Harris-McCoy will discuss and field questions about his current research project on the life of Rev. Claude DuTeil and the formation of Honolulu’s well-known Institute for Human Services (IHS). That institution is at the forefront of feeding and housing the homeless in our city, since its founding by Rev. DuTeil. This project blends biography, political and urban history, sociology and the history of charity, social welfare and shelters in Honolulu. Prof. Harris-McCoy is the author of Artemidorus Oneirocritica [The Interpretation of Dreams]: Text, Translation, and Commentary (Oxford University Press, 2012).
Sponsored by UHM Department of History & Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. Questions? Contact Prof. Peter H. Hoffenberg at 956-8497 or firstname.lastname@example.org