UH Coach Dave Shoji to Sign Wahine Volleyball at Bookstore Launch Events

Shoji-coverIn Wahine Volleyball: 40 Years Coaching Hawai‘i’s Team, Dave Shoji, legendary coach for the University of Hawai‘i women’s volleyball program looks back at four decades to tell his story along with that of the Rainbow Wahine. With the assistance of longtime sports-beat writer Ann Miller, Hawai‘i’s winningest coach provides an exclusive look at the state’s perennially successful athletic team.

Coach Shoji and Ann Miller will appear at book-signings scheduled for mid-November:
Wednesday, November 12, 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at University of Hawai‘i Mānoa Bookstore (See the bookstore’s Facebook for their special offer)
Saturday, November 15, 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble, Ala Moana Center
UPDATE 11/10/14: Third signing added:
Friday, November 28, approximate time 10:00 to 11:00 p.m., following the match against UC-Riverside, on the concourse near Gate B and the UH Athletics’ H-Zone shop at the Stan Sheriff ticket office. Books will also be for sale at the H-Zone Ward Center shop.

In the coming weeks, books will become available at other retailers as well as the above and directly from UH Press.

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Wahine Volleyball: 40 Years Coaching Hawai‘i’s Team
Dave Shoji with Ann Miller
November 2014 | 240 pages plus 8-page color insert
Cloth | ISBN 978-0-8248-5141-5 | $45.00 (wishlist)
Paper | ISBN 978-0-8248-5142-2 | $19.99

Maui book launch this Saturday for Kekaʻa: The Making and Saving of North Beach West Maui

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Join author Sydney Lehua Iaukea for the official launch of Kekaʻa: The Making and Saving of North Beach West Maui at the Lahaina Public Library this Saturday, November 1 at noon.

Sydney Iaukea’s impeccably researched account of the origins and subsequent development of North Beach West Maui is more that just a scholarly monograph. It is a story that chronicles both the Hawaiian history of the ʹaina as well as the waves of grass roots movements that sought to preserve precious spaces for future public use. Iaukea’s personal connection to and love for this land is interwoven with the community’s personalities and the decisions of Maui’s county government. Kekaʹa is a memoir of one place and a guide map for those still trying to save other spaces in Hawaiʹi. Read the Maui Time article featuring Kekaʹa.

 


Kekaʻa: The Making and Saving of North Beach West Maui
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ritten by Sydney Lehua Iaukea

2014 | 312 pages
Paper | ISBN 978-0-8248-5143-9 | $20.00
Distributed for North Beach-West Maui Benefit Fund

 

Hawai‘inuiakea Book Launch for ‘Ike Ulana Lau Hala

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BOOK LAUNCH


UPDATE: Due to weather, the launch date has been postponed to November 9, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. at Native Books/Nā Mea Hawai‘i in Ward Warehouse to celebrate the publication of the third volume in the Hawai‘inuiākea series, ‘Ike Ulana Lau Hala: The Vitality and Vibrancy of Lau Hala Weaving Traditions in Hawai‘i. The free event will feature short presentations and readings by the contributing authors; hands-on activities, including lau hala weaving and hala lei making; and educational displays set up in the store. (The launch was originally scheduled for October 19.)

See also the new release post.

Carol MacLennan Presents Sovereign Sugar at Three Honolulu Talks

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Michigan Tech University anthropology professor Carol A. MacLennan is back in Hawai‘i to continue research on the environmental history of Pearl Harbor. While here she will discuss her recent book, Sovereign Sugar: Industry and Environment in Hawai‘i, which examines the transformative role of sugar manufacture on Hawai‘i’s cultural, socioeconomic, and natural landscapes.

Thursday, October 16, 3:00 p.m.
UH Mānoa Department of Anthropology Colloquium Series
“The Consumption of Land and Lives: Hawai‘i’s Evolving Plantation Landscape”
Location: Crawford Hall 115
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Thursday, October 23, 7:30 p.m. (Refreshments at 7:00 p.m.)
Hawaiian Historical Society Lecture Presentation
“Hawai‘i’s Sugar Islands, Lessons from the Landscape”
Location: Kana‘ina Building (Old Archives Building), ‘Iolani Palace Grounds
Click here for more details.

Thursday, October 30, 12 noon
UH Mānoa Center for Biographical Research Brown Bag Biography Series
“Hawai‘i Sugarʻs Big Five: A Corporate Biography”
Location: Henke Hall 325

The Value of Hawai‘i Volumes 1 and 2 Join Voices in October Events

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“The Value of Hawai‘i: Knowing Our Ancestral Past, Shaping the Oceanic Future”


University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Center for Biographical Research Brown Bag Series presents two days of interdisciplinary dialogue between contributing authors of The Value of Hawai‘i: Knowing the Past, Shaping the Future and The Value of Hawai‘i 2: Ancestral Roots, Oceanic Visions.

Thursday October 16, 12:00 – 1:15 pm, Kuykendall 410
Featuring:
• Jeffrey Tangonan Acido (Dept. of Education Foundations)
• Kamanamaikalani Beamer (Hui ʻĀina Momona at Hawaiʻinuiākea, William S. Richardson School of Law)
• Hunter Heavilin (Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning)
• Mari Matsuda (William S. Richardson School of Law)
Moderated by Aiko Yamashiro (Dept. of English)

Thursday October 23, 12:00 – 1:15 pm, Kuykendall 410
Featuring:
• Makena Coffman (Dept. of Urban and Regional Planning)
• Tina Grandinetti (Dept. of Political Science)
• Keaweʻaimoku Kaholokula (Dept. of Native Hawaiian Health at John A. Burns School of Medicine)
Ian Lind (Independent Journalist)
Moderated by Craig Howes (Center for Biographical Research)

Books will be available for purchase at the event from UH Mānoa Bookstore.

The Value of Hawaiʻi community programming is sponsored by The Center for Biographical Research and the Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities.