Frames and counterframes: envisioning contemporary Kanaka Maoli art in Hawai'i
Since the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1893 and the subsequent illegal annexation of the Islands by the United States in 1898, Native Hawaiians (Kānaka Maoli) have vigilantly contested U.S. colonialism in Hawaiʻi and have resolutely sought to defend and affirm their existence as the still sovereign people of their homeland through political, legal, cultural, and artistic means. While the first three instances of indigenous resistance have been well documented in numerous books,...[Show more]
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