Native American Authors
Noenoe K. Silva
Noenoe Silva is the Hawaiian scholar whose research as an undergraduate in the National Archives uncovered petitions from 1897-98 of Hawaiians opposed to annexation. She earned her PhD in political science in 1999 and is now Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Hawai’i, Manoa. She is the author of Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism, published by Duke Univ. Press in 2004.
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Honolulu Star Bulletin Feature: Exploring the women’s experience in a cultural melting pot
Author: Nadine Kam
Description: This article discusses Noenoe Silva and the other women authors of Women in Hawai’i: Sites, Identities, and Voices, the first volume of the University of Hawaii’s Social Process in Hawai’i series to be written entirely by women.
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