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Trask is a highly regarded Hawaiian scholar, poet, and activist for Hawaiian sovereignty. She is a professor at (and former director of) the Center for Hawaiian Studies at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.
Awards and Honors
Honolulu Magazine’s Islander of the Year Award
Online resources by or about Haunani-Kay Trask:
Speak Out: Haunani-Kay Trask
Author: Speak Out
Description: A brief biography of Trask from Speak Out, an organization which provides speakers and artists for campus and community events. Includes a list of her upcoming speaking engagements.
Books by Haunani-Kay Trask:
Trask, Haunani-Kay. Eros and power : the promise of feminist theory
Philadelphia : University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986.
Trask, Haunani-Kay. Fighting the battle of double colonization : the view of a Hawaiian feminist
East Lansing, MI : Office of Women in InternationalDevelopment, 1984.
Trask, Haunani-Kay. From a native daughter : colonialism and sovereignty in Hawai’i
Monroe, Me. : Common Courage Press, 1993.
Trask, Haunani-Kay. Light in the crevice never seen
Corvallis, Or. : Calyx Books, 1994.
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