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He Nae Ākea: Bound Together (review)

He Nae Ākea: Bound Together (review) 212 the contemporary pacific • 29:1 (2017) ing their teddy bears with them at all chapter, Kirch admits his privilege as times in the field. a white male researcher from an elite To the aspiring student of Pacific university and emphasizes the slow Islands archaeology, for whom I think transition to the equitable inclusion of it is mainly intended, this book is a female and indigenous researchers in must read. Remarkably, Kirch began an unenviable and struggling research his archaeological career leading an environment. examination of the stone terraces in My only criticism of this book Hālawa Iki, Hālawa Valley, Moloka‘i, is the absence of comments on the in 1964 as a fourteen-year-old. I’m future of Pacific Islands archaeology, not sure whether budding research given Kirch’s vast experience. I was students of this age from Mānoa will intrigued by his quaint references to be hooked by this book today. The the past when life was simpler, before book, however, not only provides an 1984 when his Kaypro-4/84 computer overview of the archaeology of the creaked into the digital revolution. Pacific Islands but also introduces the Many of his students, some of whom Pacific Islands research community I have collaborated http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Contemporary Pacific University of Hawai'I Press

He Nae Ākea: Bound Together (review)

The Contemporary Pacific , Volume 29 (1) – Jan 21, 2017

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University of Hawai'I Press
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Abstract

212 the contemporary pacific • 29:1 (2017) ing their teddy bears with them at all chapter, Kirch admits his privilege as times in the field. a white male researcher from an elite To the aspiring student of Pacific university and emphasizes the slow Islands archaeology, for whom I think transition to the equitable inclusion of it is mainly intended, this book is a female and indigenous researchers in must read. Remarkably, Kirch began an unenviable and struggling research his archaeological career leading an environment. examination of the stone terraces in My only criticism of this book Hālawa Iki, Hālawa Valley, Moloka‘i, is the absence of comments on the in 1964 as a fourteen-year-old. I’m future of Pacific Islands archaeology, not sure whether budding research given Kirch’s vast experience. I was students of this age from Mānoa will intrigued by his quaint references to be hooked by this book today. The the past when life was simpler, before book, however, not only provides an 1984 when his Kaypro-4/84 computer overview of the archaeology of the creaked into the digital revolution. Pacific Islands but also introduces the Many of his students, some of whom Pacific Islands research community I have collaborated

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Published: Jan 21, 2017

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