Volume 34 Number 2
The new issue features the following artwork and articles:
Kapaemahu: Toward Story Sovereignty of a Hawaiian Tradition
of Healing and Gender Diversity
Dean Hamer and Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu
Contemporary Moana Mobilities: Settler-Colonial Citizenship,
Upward Mobility, and Transnational Pacific Identities
Patrick Saulmatino Thomsen, Lana Lopesi, and
Kevin Lujan Lee
Find more at Project MUSE.
Volume 45, Number 2 (2022)
The new issue contains the following articles as a remembrance for Miriam Fuchs who was an active contributor to the journal. It also contains the annual bibliography:
Miriam Fuchs, Life Writing, and Life
A Voyage Beyond the Text as Self: Remembering Miriam Fuchs Holzman
Cynthia G. Franklin
Miriam, The Bookies, and I
Joseph H. O’Mealy
In the Warm Waters of Lanikai: Paddling with Miria
Find more articles at Project MUSE.
Volume 34, Number 2 (2022)
In the Silence
The new Mānoa issue features a special section on the literature of Burma/Myanmar. In the introduction, “To Write a History,” guest editors Penny Edwards, ko ko thett, and Kenneth Wong begin:
“‘How to write history / in a language / that has no past tense’ asks co-editor ko ko thett in his poetry collection The Burden of Being Burmese. How to publish literature under a military regime with no future tense?
“In Myanmar today, the simplest utterance is punishable as the defamation of the state. A song, a poem, a music video, an elegy are all open invitations to a cowardly regime to pursue their authors with impunity.”
Find literature from Burma/Myanmar, South Asia and more at Project MUSE.
Volume 32 (2020)
The new issue includes the special section, “Visuality and Materiality in Postwar Japan” guest edited by Álex Bueno and Yasutaka Tsuji, and “Japan in Los Angeles” edited by Rika Hiro. Selections include:
Design as Cultural Representation: Visuality and Materiality in Postwar Japan
Yasutaka Tsuji (Translated by Álex Bueno)
Japan’s Postwar Building: Japanese Architecture and the West
Nature and Thought in Japanese Design
Find more articles, an interview with Manika Nagare, and literature in translation at Project MUSE.