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Vol. 8, 2012
Vol. 7, 2011
Vol. 6, 2010
Vol. 5, 2008
Vol. 4, 2007
Vol. 3, 2006
Vol. 2, 2005
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Honolulu HI 96813
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Hūlili: Multidisciplinary Research on Hawaiian Well-Being

Hūlili is a multidisciplinary forum for current research that examines the nature, needs, and strengths of Hawaiians, their families, and their communities. Through collaboration and critique, Hūlili fosters new connections and shared insights to mobilize greater Hawaiian well-being.

Call for Papers, Volume 11

We are now accepting papers for our annual journal Hūlili. To be considered for Vol. 11, please submit papers by January 31, 2015, to spire@ksbe.edu.

Click here for a printable flyer.

Coming Soon, Volume 10

In celebration of the 10-year anniversary of Hūlili, Vol. 10 will feature articles by invitation only. Vol. 10 will be published in Spring 2015.

 

Current Issue:
Volume 9, 2013

From the Editor

Invited Essays 

Building the Beloved Community: A Life Practice
Puanani Burgess

‘Āina-Based Learning is New Old Wisdom at Work
Brandon C. Ledward

Research Articles

He Ki‘ina Ho‘okuana‘ike Mauli Hawai‘i ma ke Kālailai Mo‘okalaleo
Hiapokeikikāne Kichie Perreira

Kawaiaha‘o: Recolonizing the Borderlands of the Native Hawaiian Body
E. Sunny Greer

Identifying the Unique Challenges Facing Kanaka Maoli Kūpuna Residing Outside of Hawai‘i
Nathan J. Nakatsuka, Laura M. Esquivel, Michael J. Levin, Colette V. Browne, and Kathryn L. Braun

Ho‘opilina: The Call for Cultural Relevance in Education
Shawn Malia Kana‘iaupuni and Brandon C. Ledward

‘Ike Kū‘oko‘a: Indigenous Critical Pedagogy and the Connections between Education and Sovereignty for ka Lāhui Hawai‘i
Nicole Alia Salis Reyes

Hawaiian Culture and High School Biology: Symbiosis
Layne Richards

Extending Hawaiian Children’s Literature
Dominic Cheetham

Can Prison Be a Place of Healing? The Trauma-Informed Care Initiative at the Women’s Community Correctional Center
Mark K. Patterson, Patrick Uchigakiuchi, and Toni Bissen

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