Social Change in West Maui
- About the Book
- About the Authors
- Bianca Kai Isaki, Ph.D., Esq., works in areas of Hawai‘i environmental law, water code, and Hawaiian rights as an attorney, researcher, plaintiff, and concerned community member. She holds a doctorate in political science for her work on Asian settler colonialism in Hawai'i and graduated summa cum laude from the William S. Richardson School of Law with certifications in environmental law and Native Hawaiian rights. She previously co-edited Tourism Impacts West Maui with Lance D. Collins.
- Lance D. Collins practices law on the island of Maui. He also occasionally lectures in the Ilokano Language and Literature Program at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa and on Hawaii's legal system at the University of Hawai'i—Maui College. He was the compiler and indexer of the 17 volume Proceedings of the Charter Commissions of the County of Maui (1966–2012). His research interests focus on the Philippines, American colonialism in the Pacific and legal history.
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