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Volume 8 • Number 3

October 2011

Editor's Message  

Forum: Hawai‘i in World History

Christine Skwiot, Forum Guest Editor
Introduction: Reading and Teaching the Forum on Hawai‘i in World History
by Christine Skwiot
Hawai‘i at the World Fairs, 1867–1893
by Stacy L. Kamehiro
Kalākaua's Polynesian Confederacy: Teaching World History in Hawai‘i and Hawai‘i in World History
by Kealani Cook
Habeas Corpus, Asian Migrants, and Imperial Legal Rights in Hawai‘i in 1900
by Charles W. Romney
Barbed-Wire Beaches: Martial Law and Civilian Internment in Wartime Hawai‘i
by Alan Rosenfeld


Hawai‘i in World History: On-Line Resources
by John Maunu
World History Terminology: A Key to Learning and Teaching in the Field
by Thomas Mounkhall
2011-2012 World History Course Revision Overview
by Barbara Brun-Ozuna and Andie Morgan
From a Victorian Pump to the Planet's Biosphere: Historical Trends in Environmental Leadership
by David LaPoire

Book Reviews

Noenoe K. Silva, Aloha Betrayed: Native Hawaiian Resistance to American Colonialism.
by Kris Coffield
Stephen Miller, The Peculiar Life of Sundays.
by Zackry T. Farmer
Christine Skwiot, The Purposes of Paradise: U.S. Tourism and Empire in Cuba and Hawai‘i.
by Craig Hendricks
Ralph A. Austen, Trans-Saharan Africa in World History.
by Muhammed Hassanali
William J. Hausman, Peter Hertner, and Mira Wilkins, Global Electrification: Multinational Enterprise and International Finance in the History of Light and Power, 1878–2007.
by Paul Hirt
Kaui Hart Hemmings, The Descendants.
by Rebecca Hogue
Judy Rohrer, Haoles in Hawai‘i: Race and Ethnicity in Hawai‘i.
by Joy Taylor
Sarah Vowell, Unfamiliar Fishes.
by Michael G. Vann
Books available for review


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