Hawaiʻi Council for the Humanities

Hawaii's Endangered Past : A Matter of Time

A search for Hawaiian identity through archaeology. Includes accounts of projects on Kahoʻolawe, Molokaʻi, sites in the district of Kona on Hawaiʻi Island, Halekulani Hotel, Barbers Point, and others. Focuses on the process of the archaeologists, the importance of making archaeological findings applicable to Hawaiians today, and the importance of Hawaiians accessing these sites. Features interviews with activists and archaeologists such as Walter Ritte, Colette Machado, Marshall Weisler, and Judy Napoleon.

Languages: English

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