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.
I Hea nā Kānaka Maoli? Whither the Hawaiians?
I Am This Land, and This Land Is Me
Issues and Processes in Indigenous Research
Peter Mataira, Jon K. Matsuoka, and Paula T. Morelli
The Mo‘olelo (Story) of Teachers Learning and Teaching Hawaiian Culture and Space Science: New Opportunities through Minority Initiatives in Space Science (NOMISS)
Alice Kawakami and Nani Pai
FAMILY AND SOCIETY
Reflections of an “Always Already” Failing Native Hawaiian Mother: Deconstructing Colonial Discourses on Indigenous Child-Rearing and Early Childhood Education
A Profile of Hawaiian and Non-Hawaiian Women Incarcerated in a Community Residential Transition Program
Sylvia Yuen, Allison Hu, and John Engel
Perceptions of Family and Health Support Services for Native Hawaiian Children and Families: Findings from Community Evaluations
Marika N. Ripke, Kana Taniguchi, and Kanani Aton
Through One Lens: Sources of Spiritual Influence at Kamakakūokalani
Kanalu G. Terry Young
Making Meaning: Connecting School to Hawaiian Students’ Lives
Lois A. Yamauchi, Tasha R. Wyatt, and Alice H. Taum
HEALTH AND ENVIRONMENT
‘O ka ‘Āina ke Ea: The Waitangi Tribunal and the Native Hawaiians Study Commission
Kōkua, Mana, and Mālama ‘Āina: Exploring Concepts of Health, Disease, and Medicine in 19th-Century Hawai‘i
Kerri A. Inglis