Hūlili is a multidisciplinary forum for current research that examines the nature, needs, and strengths of Kānaka Maoli and Native Hawaiian communities. Through collaboration and critique, Hūlili fosters new connections and shared insights to mobilize greater Hawaiian well-being.
Hūlili is published by Kamehameha Publishing, a division of Kamehameha Schools.
FORGING HAWAIIAN SPACES AND PLACE: OUR STORIES OF RESISTENCE, RESILIENCE AND REMOVAL
The Economy: A Western Tool to Achieve Our Native Goals
Robin Puanani Danner
Indigenous Heuristic Action Research: Bridging Western and Indigenous Research Methodologies
Where Can We Collectively Be That Is Greater Than Where We Are Now?
Maenette K. P. Benham
FAMILY AND SOCIETY
Identity and Diversity in Contemporary Hawaiian Families: Ho‘i Hou i ka Iwi Kuamo‘o
Shawn Malia Kana‘iaupuni
A Macro Portrait of Hawaiian Families
Ivette Rodriguez Stern, Sylvia Yuen, and Marcia Hartsock
Factors Affecting Choice of Kith and Kin Care by Families: Receiving Child-Care Subsidies
Grace F. Fong, Barbara DeBaryshe, Sarah C. W. Yuan, Sylvia Yuen, Rick Caulfield, Mary Ann Nemoto, and Traci Hisatake
Issues Central to the Inclusion of Hawaiian Culture in K–12 Education
Alice J. Kawakami
Best Practices in a Hawaiian Kindergarten: Making a Case for Nā Honua Mauli Ola
Lisa S. Goldsterin and Lilinoe Andrews
Modern Hawaiian Migration: Brain Drain or Brain Gain?
Nolan J. Malone
HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
Hawaiian Children’s Developmental Understanding of Race and Culture
Stephen M. Quintana, Elissa Chun, Salynn Gonsalves, William D. K. Kaeo, and Lahela Lung
No ke Ola Pono o ka Lāhui Hawai‘i: The Protection and Perpetuation of Customary and Traditional Rights as a Source of Well-Being for Native Hawaiians
Paul F. Nahoa Lucas
Kūkulu i nā Hūlili: Building Bridges to the Understanding of Native Hawaiian Mental Health
SooJean Choi-Misailidis and C. Malina Kaulukukui
The Breakdown of the Kapu System and Its Effect on Native Hawaiian Health and Diet
‘Iwalani R. N. Else