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World and all the things upon it : native Hawaiian geographies ofexploration

Author: David A Chang
Publisher: Minneapolis, Minnesota ; London [England] : University ofMinnesota Press, 2016. ©2016
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Genre/Form: History
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Chang, David A.
World and all the things upon it : native Hawaiian geographies of exploration.
Minneapolis, Minnesota ; London, [England] : University of Minnesota Press, ©2016
xix, 320 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David A Chang
ISBN: 9780816699414 0816699410 9780816699421 0816699429 9781452950303 145295030X
OCLC Number: 1031169491
Notes: Comprend un index.
Description: 1 ressource en ligne (324 pages)
Contents: ContentsIntroduction: Making Native Hawaiian Global Geographies1. Looking Out from Hawai'i's Shore: The Exploration of the World is the Inheritance of Native Hawaiians2. Paddling Out to See: Direct Exploration by Kanaka in the Late Eighteenth Century3. A New Religion from Kahiki: Christianity, Textuality, and Exploration, 1820-1832 4. The World and All the Things upon It: Geography Education and Textbooks in Hawai'i, 1831-18785. Hawaiian Indians and Black Kanakas: Racial Trajectories of Diasporic Kanaka Laborers6. Bone of Our Bone: The Geography of Sacred Power, 1850s-1870s7. "We Will Be Comparable to the Indian Peoples": Recognizing Likeness between Kanaka and American Indians, 1832-1895Epilogue. Genealogies of the Present in Occupied Hawai'iAcknowledgements NotesIndex
Responsibility: David A. Chang.

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"In The World and All the Things upon It, David A. Chang places Hawai'i, both literally and figuratively, at the center of the world. His fascinating explorations of Kanaka Maoli histories throughout Read more...

 
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