Genealogies of the Present in Occupied Hawai‘I
The epilogue briefly continues the story up to the present day, demonstrating how the history the book describes can provide a genealogy for present-day Kanaka Maoli intellectual and cultural politics. It dedicates particular attention to boarding schools, which can serve as the epitome of the colonial institutions and structures that came to dominate Hawai‘i. Even in those schools, Kānaka students carved out spaces to assert alternative geographies of connection to other indigenous peoples and Pacific Islanders.
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